Annals of Trauma and Acute Care

Annals of Trauma and Acute Care

Annals of Trauma and Acute Care

Annals of Trauma and Acute Care (ISSN: 2766-8487) is an international high quality peer reviewed open access online journal; journal deals with all the emergency cases includes but not limited trauma, critical care, injuries, fractures, wounds, emergency in neurology, etc. The main of this journal is to provide the various treatment methods and advances in emergency conditions globally.

Annals of Trauma and Acute Care

Annals of Trauma and Acute Care (ISSN: 2766-8487) is an international high quality peer reviewed open access online journal; journal deals with all the emergency cases includes but not limited trauma, critical care, injuries, fractures, wounds, emergency in neurology, etc. The main of this journal is to provide the various treatment methods and advances in emergency conditions globally.

The journal follows a double blind peer review process; publishes most reliable source of information in the form manuscripts like Original Research, Reviews, Case Series, Case Reports, Clinical Image, Clinical Videos, Clinical Cases, Case Blogs, Editorials, Opinion and commentaries on all aspects of Trauma and Tramatology.

Editor & Editorial Board

Our esteemed Editorial panel

Daniel R Schlatterer

Daniel R Schlatterer

United States

Nikolaos K Kanakaris

Nikolaos K Kanakaris

United Kingdom

Chiang-Ting Chien

Chiang-Ting Chien

Taiwan

Panagiotis Lepetsos

Panagiotis Lepetsos

Greece

Michel Salzet

Michel Salzet

France

Robert Jude Strony

Robert Jude Strony

United States

Yun Feng Rui

Yun Feng Rui

China

Yasser Aljehani

Yasser Aljehani

Saudi Arabia

Recently Published Articles

Annals of Trauma and Acute Care aspires to publish journals that are exciting to read, educate, and keep the audience updated on cutting edge research in the fields of science, technology, medicine, surgery, oncology and oral health.

Ann Trauma Acute Care | Volume 5, Issue 1 | 1025 | Open Access
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EFECE: A New Locking and Compressing Device with Kirschner-Wire. A Biomechanical Evaluation of the EFECE System on Tibia Plateau Fracture Simulation

Emre Karadeniz

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Ann Trauma Acute Care | Volume 5, Issue 1 | 1023 | Open Access
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The Effect of Hyperoxia in Traumatic Brain Injury Patients in the Intensive Care Unit of a Tertiary Care Center

Sarah Alromaih, Hind Alshabanat, Nosaiba Alshanqiti, Almaha Aldhuwaihy, Sarah Abdullah Almohanna, Muna Alqasem, Fatmah Othman and Raymond M Khan

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Ann Trauma Acute Care | Volume 5, Issue 1 | 1022 | Open Access
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The Incidence and Outcomes of Post-Operative SARSCoV- 2 Infection in Unscreened Orthopedic Patients Treated Surgically at UK Major Trauma Centre - Implications for Resumption of Elective Orthopedic Surgery

Andrew Stone1, Mina Derias, David Ricketts, Benedict Rogers and Joideep Phadnis

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Ann Trauma Acute Care | Volume 4, Issue 1 | 1021 | Open Access
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Is Emergency Medicine as a New Specialty Cost Effective: Our Experience after 19 Years?

Fuad Basis, Hisam Zaidani and Shlomo Hareli

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Ann Trauma Acute Care | Volume 4, Issue 1 | 1019 | Open Access
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Case Report: A Rare Case of Extensive Subcutaneous Emphysema from Extra-Peritoneal Rectal Injury in a Patient with Unstable Pelvic Fracture

Segni Kejela

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Ann Trauma Acute Care | Volume 3, Issue 1 | 1017 | Open Access
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Simultaneous 111In-WBC and 99mTc-SC SPECT/CT Clearly Delineates Infection Sites

Alex M Mayeux , Nour Nakrour , Anna Y Li, David H Ballard and Zhiyun Yang

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Ann Trauma Acute Care | Volume 2, Issue 1 | 1007 | Open Access
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Shedding New Light on Spinal Cord Injury via a SpatioTemporal Proteomic and Physiological Approaches

Dasa Cizkova, Jusal Quanico, Melodie-Anne Kanoub, Fahed Zahri, Franck Rodet, Adriana-Natalia Murgoci, Veronika Cubinkova, Isabelle Fournier and Michel Salzet

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Ann Trauma Acute Care | Volume 1, Issue 1 | 1005 | Open Access
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Management of Injured Cardiac Patients with Pacemaker and Implanted Defibrillator, a Call for Aggressive Utilization of Memory Function

Caroline Butler and Kenneth Stahl

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