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January-March 2021 | Vol 14 | Issue  1     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
 
Editorial
What's new in emergencies trauma and shock? resuscitative thoracotomy in emergency room - selective not obligatory
Mansoor Khan, Salomone Di Saverio
We have read and reviewed with interest the article entitled “A National Study of Emergency Thoracotomy for Trauma,” highlighting the importance of this life-saving procedure. Thoracic t...
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Position Paper
Simulation centers and simulation-based education during the time of COVID 19: A multi-center best practice position paper by the world academic council of emergency medicine
Fatimah Lateef, Madhavi Suppiah, Shruti Chandra, Too Xin Yi, Willy Darmawan, Brad Peckler, Veronica Tucci, Alfredo Tirado, Lorraine Mendez, Lisa Moreno, Sagar Galwankar
COVID 19 struck us all like a bolt of lightning and for the past 10 months, it has tested our resilience, agility, creativity, and adaptability in all aspects of our lives and work. Simulation cente...
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Original Article
A national study of emergency thoracotomy for trauma
Christopher K Hansen, Patrick W Hosokawa, Robert C Mcintyre, Christopher McStay, Adit A Ginde
Introduction: The role of resuscitative thoracotomy in the emergency department (ED) for patients that have suffered severe thoracoabdominal trauma has been the subject of much debate. Most s...
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Original Article
Hand injuries of coal miners in Southern West Virginia: A pilot study on health-care resources in Southern West Virginia
Ravi Viradia, Frank H Annie, Maher Kali, Frederic Pollock, John David Hayes
Introduction: Distance and other factors may play a significant role in both the implementation of care and the number of secondary health outcomes. The distance from an injury site can play ...
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