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EDITORIALS  
Cardiac arrest survival in emergency departments
Vivek Chauhan
DOI:10.4103/JETS.JETS_114_18  
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Transforming health care in india: the real question
Deepak Agrawal
DOI:10.4103/JETS.JETS_124_19  
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Mechanisms and patterns of animal-related injuries in patients admitted to a major trauma center in central India
Abdul Haque M Quraishi, Ashvin Damdoo, Shruti Srinivasan, Girish Umare, Pankaj Tongse
DOI:10.4103/JETS.JETS_131_20  
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES Top
Traumatic optic neuropathy management: A survey assessment of current practice patterns
Colin Bacorn, Megan V Morisada, Raj D Dedhia, Toby O Steele, Edward Bradley Strong, Lily Koo Lin
DOI:10.4103/JETS.JETS_66_20  
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Cattle-related trauma: A 5-year retrospective review in a adult major trauma center
John-Henry Rhind, Dominic Quinn, Lucy Cosbey, Douglas Mobley, Ingrid Britton, Justin Lim
DOI:10.4103/JETS.JETS_92_20  
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COMMENTARY
1.  RTS – a better predictor of early survival of trauma patients than GAP score
2.  : Tranexamic Acid Utilization in Trauma Patients at a Large, Urban Level I Trauma Center
3.  Mortality profile of geriatric trauma
EDITORIAL
1.  Emergency Department Cardiac Arrests have Highest Survival Rates
2.  ‘All-In-One’ Agva Ventilator- A New Paradigm In Ventilatory Care For Trauma Patients
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Treatment outcomes of epinephrine for traumatic out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: a systematic review and meta-analysis
2.  Approach to Suspected Physeal Fractures in the Emergency Department
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Pediatric Mortality at Pediatric versus Adult Trauma Centers: The Impact of Greater Emergency Department Mortality in Children Fourteen Years and Younger
2.  Traumatic optic neuropathy management: A survey assessment of current practice patterns
3.  Mechanisms and Patterns of Animal-Related Injuries in patients admitted to a Major Trauma Centre in Central India.
4.  Acute and Delayed Intracranial Hemorrhage in Head-injured Patients on Warfarin versus Direct Oral Anticoagulant Therapy
5.  INFERIOR VENA CAVA/ABDOMINAL AORTA RATIO AS A GUIDE FOR FLUID RESUSCITATION
6.  Beyond Mortality: Does TRISS Predict Complications or Lengths of Stay Using a Large Administrative Dataset?
7.  Evaluation of Splenic Artery Embolization Technique for Blunt Trauma
8.  Trauma in Obstetrical Patients
9.  Chest Compression Fraction and factors influencing it: a prospective observational study from a tertiary care teaching hospital in South India
10.  Accuracy of Emergency Department Chest Pain Patients’ Reporting of Coronary Disease History: A review of their cardiac records from a multicenter database
PICTORIAL EDUCATION
1.  Working Together to Beat the Pandemic: Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infographic
2.  Winning Together: “C3-T2” Updated COVID-19 Infographic
CASE REPORT
1.  “Anaesthetic management of a thoracic trauma by an arrow”
2.  The alpha-bent and tunnelling: A novel technique for fixing the transvenous pacer lead during temporary transvenous pacing in the Emergency Department
3.  Congenital Cryptorchidism Masquerading as Traumatic Dislocation of Testes – A Case Report
4.  A Rare Case of Isolated, Spontaneous and Asymptomatic Common Carotid Artery Dissection
5.  Early/Subtle ECG features of Acute Coronary Syndrome and ST Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction - A Case Series
6.  Stanford - A aortic dissection presenting as a triple mimic and role of point of care ultrasound in deciphering it – A case report
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Concurrence of intracranial hemorrhaging and Stanford type A acute aortic dissection


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