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COMMENTARY
1.  Age and Trauma: Geriatric trauma patients and geriatric trauma ward services
2.  commentary on : Like the Eye of the Tiger: Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Exclusionary Criteria and its "Knock Out" of the Emergency Psychiatric Patient
EXPERT COMMENTARY
1.  Developing Emergency and Trauma Systems Internationally: What Is Really Needed For Better Outcomes?
2.  Management of psychiatric emergencies in Free-standing emergency departments: a paradigm for excellence?
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Older age, co-morbid illness and injury severity affect immediate outcome in elderly trauma patients
2.  Patterns of ocular trauma among the elderly in a South-American urban area and the association between eye traumas with sleep disorders
3.  Effectiveness and safety of polygeline in patients with hypovolemia due to trauma – Results of a single center study
4.  Serum cortisol level in Indian patients with severe sepsis/septic shock, a single center prospective cohort study
5.  Correlation of venous lactate and time of death in emergency department patients with non-critical lactate levels and mortality from trauma
6.  A study of morbidity and predictors of mortality in 139 patients of blunt chest trauma in a tertiary trauma centre and formulation of a clinical scoring system using respiratory signs to guide management.
7.  Variability in Patient Inflow and Staffing Trends on Sundays versus Other Days: Two-year Study from an Academic ED of a South-Indian Tertiary Care Hospital
8.  The value of arterial blood gas parameters for prediction of mortality in survivors of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
9.  Like the Eye of the Tiger: Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Exclusionary Criteria and its “Knock Out” of the Emergency Psychiatric Patient
CASE REPORT
1.  Trauma team activation: Not just for trauma patients
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  A case of traumatic vacuum phenomenon in the sleeve of a nerve root due to nerve root avulsion


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