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Development of an Emergency Nurse-Paramedic Motorcycle Response System for Acute STEMI and Sudden Cardiac Arrest Care in India

India has more cardiovascular disease (CVD) than any other country claiming nearly 5 million lives annually.

Published 12 Nov, 2018


Research Article

Teleradiology Services in Disaster Events – What does exist and What is required?

Introduction: This study assessed the current status and need for teleradiology services in the Pacific nations following natural disasters.

Published 25 May, 2018


Review Article

Training for Emergency Department Thoracotomy

Emergency Thoracotomy (EDT) is essentially thoracotomy occurring immediately, close to or at the site of injury such as the pre hospital setting or the Emergency Department, as an indicated and integral part of the resuscitation process.

Published 16 May, 2018


Case Report

Ruptured Hypogastric Aneurysm and Acute Myocardial Infarction: A Rare Case Report

The simultaneous presence of aneurysm rupture and a myocardial infarction are rare and the recognition of the two pathologies can be a significant diagnostic problem.

Published 03 May, 2018


Clinical Image

Near Miss Fracture

Trauma patients report with a variety of complaints of different intensities.

Published 16 Jan, 2018


Case Report

First Case of Human Latrodectism in Egypt: Case Report

The first case of envenoming by Latrodectus geometricus in Egypt is described. The accident occurred at the victim’s home, in Tookh El-Kheil, Minia governorate.

Published 16 Oct, 2017


Editorial

The Importance of Maintaining Medical Education by Promoting Emergency Medicine Training in Global Conflict Settings

Countries in conflict often have acute shortages of healthcare providers with training adequate to meet the healthcare demands of impacted societies.

Published 11 Aug, 2017


Review Article

Does Culture Eat Strategy in Debriefing? Which One Wins?

Debriefing is an essential component of simulation-based learning. It helps to consolidate knowledge as well as skills by utilizing reflective practice. In non- western cultures (eg. eastern or Asian cultures) there are a variety of reasons why debriefing needs to be conducted in a customized and perhaps modified way.

Published 20 Apr, 2017





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