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July-September 2022 | Vol 15 | Issue  3     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
What's new in emergencies, trauma, and shock – Addressing communication gaps
William Wilson, Murtuza Ghiya
The emergency department (ED) is synonymous with chaos, confusion, and unrest. As emergency physicians (EP), we thrive in this mayhem and as our experience widens, we find our method to this perceiv...
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Factors affecting stress levels in attendants accompanying patients to emergency department
Madhukar Jaygopal, Sandeep Jain, Sameer Malhotra, Anoop Purkayastha, Shreya Singhal
Introduction: Staff in emergency departments work in an environment where they are continuously exposed to situations with aggressive patients and their caretakers. With increasing incidents ...
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Prospective validation of a novel triage system developed in a middle income country - AIIMS triage protocol
Satish Kumar Singh, Ankit K Sahu, Akshay Kumar, LR Murmu, Sanjeev Bhoi, Praveen Aggarwal, Meera Ekka, Nayer Jamshed, Bharath Gopinath, Ghanashyam Timilsina
Introduction: Triage is a crucial process not only to identify sick patients and prioritize prompt management but also to foster efficient resource utilization. In low-and middle-income count...
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Outcomes and factors associated with occult septic shock in emergency department patients with soft tissue Infection
Laura Marie Tiffany, Quincy K Tran, Maie Abdel-Wahab, Austin Widjaja, Aya Aligabi, Fernando Albelo, Samantha Asunción, Dominique Gelmann, Daniel J Haase, Sharon Henry, Evan Leibner, Lucas Sjeklocha
Introduction: Patients who develop occult septic shock (OSS) are associated with worse outcomes than those with early septic shock (ESS). Patients with skin and soft tissue infection (SSTI) m...
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