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COMMENTARY
1.  Tackling Pre-hospital Delay To Reperfusion Therapy In ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction: A Global Problem, A Glocal Approach
2.  Age and Trauma: Geriatric trauma patients and geriatric trauma ward services
3.  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?
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Seat-belt Related Injuries: A Surgical Perspective
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Trauma Patients Warrant Upper and Lower Extremity Venous Duplex Ultrasound Surveillance
2.  Patterns of ocular trauma among the elderly in a South-American urban area and the association between eye traumas with sleep disorders
3.  LACTATE CLEARANCE AS THE PREDICTOR OF OUTCOME IN PEDIATRIC SEPTIC SHOCK
4.  Pre-Hospital Delay and Time to Reperfusion Therapy in ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction
5.  Effectiveness and safety of polygeline in patients with hypovolemia due to trauma Results of a single center study
EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE
1.  The 2017 International Joint Working Group (JWG) Consensus Recommendations of the Indian College of Cardiology, The Academic College of Emergency Experts & INDUSEM on The Management of Low-risk Chest Pain in Emergency Departments across India
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Successful conservative repair of the traumatic left main pulmonary artery pseudoaneurysm
2.  Motor Vehicle Accidents: the physical versus the psychological trauma
3.  Oral injury due to blank shot of a rifle
4.  Ultrasound application in peripheral nerve localization: Obstacles and learning curve.
5.  Diagnosis of Emphysematous Cholecystitis with Bedside Ultrasound in a Septic Elderly Female with no Source of Infection
6.  A case of traumatic vacuum phenomenon in the sleeve of a nerve root due to nerve root avulsion


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