Scholarly Journal of Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

 ISSN: 2578-6377

Scholarly Journal of Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

About Journal


Scholarly Journal of Emergency Medicine and Critical Care is an international, open access, peer reviewed journal focused to publish articles upon all diagnosis, prevention and cure of pre-hospital, trauma, critical care and emergency cases. The journal encourages doctors, nurses, researchers, paramedics to share their study upon resuscitation, trauma, minor injuries, disaster preparedness and response, toxicology, acute medical and pediatric emergencies, diagnostic testing, intensive care medicine dealing with diagnosis and management of life threatening conditions requiring emergency such as support for instability, airway or respiratory compromise, acute renal failure, cardiac arrhythmias, multiple organ failure, etc.

The journal accepts original research articles, review articles, mini reviews, case reports, short communication, case reviews, case series, opinions and letters on all related aspects of acute and emergency care for the critically ill or injured patients. All the content available on the journal site is permitted to use with proper citations under Creative Commons Attribution License. The journal follows all the policies of open access and the authors retain their article copyrights. The journal is entrenched to promote knowledge sharing via increasing the accessibility towards the advancements in critical care medicine.

This journal is well defined to spread the word of Open Access and thus helping raise awareness among the researchers to update their research. We encourage researchers to contribute their excellent work and help us disseminate awareness among the research community.


Editorial Board



Dr. John Francis Dombrowski

Chief
Washington Pain Center
Washington DC
United States of America
Tel: 202-362-4787


Dr. Hiroshi Kawaguchi

Chief
Spine Center
Japan Community Health Care Organization (JCHO)
Tsukudo, Tokyo
Japan


Prof. Alfio Ferlito

Professor
Department of Medicine
University of Udine
Italy
Tel: +39 049 8686058


Prof. Eric Carlstrom

Professor
Institute of Health and Care Sciences
The Sahlgrenska Academy
University of Gothenburg
Sweden


Dr. Imam M Xierali

Associate Professor
Department of Geography & Anthropology
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, United States of America
Tel: (703)-473-9246


Prof. Takaki Ishikawa

Professor
Department of Legal Medicine
Osaka City University Medical School
Osaka
Japan


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Latest Articles

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

Hiroki Nagasawa, et al. 2019

Article type: Case Report   |     10.36959/592/383

Cancer Pain at the Emergency Department and its Approach

B Carolina Hernandez-Porras, et al. 2019

Article type: Research Article   |     10.36959/592/382

Evaluation of Empiric Management of Pediatric Community-Acquired Pneumonia

Christie L Clauss, et al. 2019

Article type: Original Article   |     10.36959/592/381

Death following a Massive Subcutaneous Emphysema

Avisham Ramphul, et al. 2019

Article type: Case Study   |     10.36959/592/380

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

M đÉrgirova, et al. 2019

Article type: Research Article   |     10.36959/592/379

Bedside Lung Ultrasonography in the Assessment of the Postoperative Atelectasis

Dominguez D, et al. 2019

Article type: Clinical Image   |     10.36959/592/378

The Unusual Presentation of Acute Appendicitis in Pregnancy

A Arnaout, et al. 2019

Article type: Case Report   |     10.36959/592/377

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

Abdullah Osman Kocak, et al. 2019

Article type: Case Report   |     10.36959/592/376

Haemorrhage Control Following Massive Pelvic Bleeding

Peyman Bakhshayesh 2019

Article type: Case Report   |     10.36959/592/375

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

April A Bice 2019

Article type: Original Article   |     10.36959/592/374