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Short Report   |   10.36959/592/392 Volume 5 Issue 1

Is there a Change in Clinical Practice in the Imaging of Thoraco-Lumbar Vertebral Injuries? - A Shift in Paradigm to CT Imaging as an Interim Measure

Authors: Debkumar Chowdhury
Plain radiograph imaging of the thoracic and lumbar vertebra still forms the initial modality of choice in the detection of acute bony injury. The wide availability of this modality is possibly the re... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/592/391 Volume 4 Issue 1

Laboratory Markers and Mortality in Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Authors: Joshua Davis, Shane Geffe, Gina Hana and Connor Talbott
Novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is associated with high mortality. Many laboratory values have been suggested to predict patients at risk for a poor outcome in COVID-19.The objective of this... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/592/390 Volume 4 Issue 1

Covid-19 Treatment: A Narrative Review of the Research and Evidence Thus Far

Authors: SM Zubair Rahim MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCP, Derek L Connolly BSc (Hons) MB ChB (Edin) PhD (Cantab) FRCP, Arvind B Rajasekaran MBBS FRCP and Vinoda Sharma MBBS FRCP
The emergence of the novel SARS-CoV-2 virus has led to an unprecedented global pandemic with a high degree of morbidity and mortality. Treatment regimens around the world have been varied both in thei... Read more

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Original Article   |   10.36959/592/389 Volume 4 Issue 1

Disruption and Rapid Recovery of Emergency Ophthalmic Services Amidst the COVID Pandemic: An English Teaching Hospital Experience

Authors: Muhammed Jawad, Varajini Joganathan and Farhan H Zaidi
To share our experience of emergency ophthalmic services at a major Tier 2 emergency department in the UK National Health Service, including; emergency department attendances in eye casualty, urgent i... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/592/388 Volume 4 Issue 1

Teaching Review on Approach for Emergency Intubation

Authors: Adel Hamed Elbaih MD and Mohammed Eyad Marrie
Physicians commonly secure the airway with the aid of rapid sequence intubation (RSI)-also called drug assisted intubation- in an acutely unstable patient. As these patients are at high risk of aspira... Read more

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Orginal Article   |   10.36959/592/387 Volume 4 Issue 1

The Complete Blood Count Modified Results in Patients with Complicated Colorectal Cancer

Authors: Georgiana Bianca Constantin, D Firescu, D Voicu, Cristina Șerban, Laura Rebegea, Corina Pălivan Manole, R Mihailov, B Ștefănescu, Rodica Bîrlă and S Constantinoiu
Among the factors on which the long-term survival of patients with colorectal cancer depends, the biological status at admission is essential and it is well reflected by a simple, routine analysis: Th... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/592/386 Volume 4 Issue 1

Management of Patients with Oral Cancer during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Authors: Solano Nicolás, Gutierrez Paulina, Parra Enmanuel and Castrillo Ariamay
The influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on healthcare to the public is severe. Healthcare workers are in close contact with infected patients. Transmission of the virus seems to occur mainly by respira... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/592/385 Volume 4 Issue 1

Corona Virus and the General Adaptation Syndrome

Authors: Derrick Lonsdale, MBBS, FAAP, FACN
As a medical student in Hungary, Selye was exposed to a group of patients suffering from the various diseases with which they had been diagnosed. Instead of listening to the teacher, he observed the f... Read more

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Case Report   |   10.36959/592/384 Volume 4 Issue 1

CT Features of COVID-19: A Case Report

Authors: Giovanni Fontanel, V Ramundo, L Lamanna, G Rubinetti, V Di Maio and S Borrelli
We describe here the Chest CT imaging features of a 68-year-old man presenting with fever (37.5 ℃), malaise, dyspnea and persistent dry cough for 7 days. The patient was seen by his GP, then sent to... Read more

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Case Report   |   10.36959/592/383 Volume 3 Issue 1

A Case of Repetitive Consciousness Disturbance with Hypercapnia due to Nonconvulsive Status Epilepticus in Klippel-Feil Syndrome

Authors: Hiroki Nagasawa, MD, Taishi Dotare, MD, Ikuto Takeuchi, MD, Kei Jitsuiki, MD, Shunsuke Madokoro, MD, Norihito Takahashi, MD, Hiromichi Ohsaka, MD, PhD, Kouhei Ishikawa, MD, Kazuhiko Omori, MD, PhD and Youichi Yanagawa, MD, PhD
A 59-year-old female complained palpitation in the morning. She was found in unconsciousness by her family and transported to our department. Her past history was she had torticollis, unilateral renal... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/592/382 Volume 2 Issue 1

Cancer Pain at the Emergency Department and its Approach

Authors: B Carolina Hernandez-Porras, Daniela Benitez Maruri, Silvio Namendys-Silva and Ricardo Plancarte Sanchez
This is the first study that identifies types of pain, intensity and treatment in cancer population at an ED. Recognizing pain as a prevalent problem, may be helpful to implement preventive measures o... Read more

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Original Article   |   10.36959/592/381 Volume 2 Issue 1

Evaluation of Empiric Management of Pediatric Community-Acquired Pneumonia

Authors: Christie L Clauss, Sherene Samu, Catherine R Messina, Edmund Hayes, Jeannene Strianse and Christy Beneri
To assess if there was overuse of broad-spectrum antibiotics in the management of childhood community-acquired pneumonia (CAP). If evident, we sought to determine if proactive dissemination of the Ped... Read more

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Case Study   |   10.36959/592/380 Volume 2 Issue 1

Death following a Massive Subcutaneous Emphysema

Authors: Avisham Ramphul, Hariharan Ramaswamykanive and Charles Ekwebelam
Subcutaneous emphysema is a relatively common finding in clinical practice. It rarely leads to fatalities. The few reported deaths in the literature have all been associated with pneumothorax. We pres... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/592/379 Volume 1 Issue 2

Antimicrobial Medical Textile - An Important Part of the Complex Infection Control Measures in the Burn Units

Authors: M Аrgirova, M Leseva, I Perelshtein, A Gedanken and Eng Gencho Genchev
Burn wound infections are one of the most important and potentially serious complications that occur in the acute period following injury. Infection and sepsis are among the most significant causative... Read more

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Clinical Image   |   10.36959/592/378 Volume 1 Issue 2

Bedside Lung Ultrasonography in the Assessment of the Postoperative Atelectasis

Authors: Dominguez D, Gonzalez G, Viera D and Arias J
Postoperative atelectasis may complicate the progress of patients after major abdominal surgery. Lung ultrasonography plays a key role in the diagnosis of lung consolidations (atelectasis, pneumonia, ... Read more

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Case Report   |   10.36959/592/377 Volume 1 Issue 2

The Unusual Presentation of Acute Appendicitis in Pregnancy

Authors: A Arnaout, N Aghtarafi, K Mann and GP Copland
Acute appendicitis is the most common non-obstetric surgical emergency during pregnancy, and can be difficult to identify due to its unusual and inconsistent signs and symptoms.... Read more

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Case Report   |   10.36959/592/376 Volume 1 Issue 1

Acute Flank Pain in the Emergency Room: Rare Case and Review of the Literature

Authors: Abdullah Osman Kocak, Fatma Cakmak and Ilker Akbas
Wunderlich syndrome is defined as spontaneous renal hemorrhage. Generally, the kidney mass may be due to secondary causes such as vascular pathologies. Wunderlich syndrome is rarely idiopathic.... Read more

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Case Report   |   10.36959/592/375 Volume 1 Issue 1

Haemorrhage Control Following Massive Pelvic Bleeding

Authors: Peyman Bakhshayesh
Massive pelvic bleeding has a high mortality rate. Several measures like pelvic vessel ligations, mechanical stabilization of disrupted pelvic ring, pelvic packing, and pelvic angiography and ongoing ... Read more

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Original Article   |   10.36959/592/374 Volume 1 Issue 1

Inadequate Pediatric Procedural Pain Management in the Emergency Room: A Policy Analysis

Authors: April A Bice
Within the provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) are specific guidelines on advancing science related to patient pain outcomes. Invasive painful procedures are a common ... Read more

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Case Report   |   10.36959/592/373 Volume 1 Issue 1

Noninfectious Subcutaneous Emphysema of the Upper Extremity-Case Report and Review of the Literature

Authors: Ido Stahl, Natalia Puchkow and Daniel Dreyfuss
Subcutaneous emphysema, defined as gas or air within the subcutaneous tissues is a rare diagnosis which may be attributed to trauma or surgery, perforation of respiratory or gastrointestinal tracts, h... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/592/372 Volume 1 Issue 1

Challenges of Treating Methamphetamine-Positive Patients

Authors: B Phillips, M Shahid, H Safa, J Wu, S Snyder, L Turco, E Hale, W Weber, J O'Connor and J A Asensio
Methamphetamines are addictive stimulants that induce dopamine release, a sense of euphoria, and increased libido. The effects of methamphetamine in inhibiting control of cognitive behavior and increa... Read more

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Case Report   |   10.36959/592/371 Volume 1 Issue 1

Dropped Gallstones: A Case of Persistent Right Flank Abscess Requiring Surgical Management

Authors: S Reiter, B French, S Holzmer, Bradley J Phillips and Ryan J Martinez
Gallstone spillage is not an uncommon occurrence during laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Once thought to be harmless, the consequences of dropped gallstones, including intra-abdominal abscess, are now re... Read more

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Case Report   |   10.36959/592/370 Volume 1 Issue 1

A Case Report and Literature Review of the de Garengeot Hernia

Authors: S Serio, L Turco, Z Hao and B Phillips
Inguinal and femoral hernias are a common condition evaluated and managed by the general surgeon. The femoral hernia is less common of the two and carries a high risk of strangulation, mandating an ur... Read more

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RESEARCH ARTICLE   |   10.36959/592/369 Volume 1 Issue 1

Feeding Practices of Open Abdomen Patients: An Assessment of Energy Intake and Clinical Outcomes

Authors: Muhamad Elhusseini Hassan, Sameena Iqbal, Mostafa Alhaboubbi, Dan L Deckelbaum, Jeremy Grushka, Lyne Stlaurent, Eleanor Eckert, Tarek Razek, and Kosar A Khwaja
The open abdomen (OA) procedure in the damage control setting has become more common. Optimizing nutritional support for OA patients continues to pose a challenge for surgeons. The objective of this s... Read more

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