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October-December 2021 | Vol 14 | Issue  4     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
What's new in emergencies, trauma, and shock – Prehospital cardiac arrest in trauma victims
Vivek Chauhan
The American Heart Association resuscitation guidelines for traumatic cardiac arrest (TCA) recommend giving epinephrine during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) with a caution that it may not be hel...
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Treatment outcomes of epinephrine for traumatic out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Wachira Wongtanasarasin, Thatchapon Thepchinda, Chayada Kasirawat, Suchada Saetiao, Jirayupat Leungvorawat, Nichanan Kittivorakanchai
Introduction: Despite the standard guidelines stating that giving epinephrine for patients with cardiac arrest is recommended, the clinical benefits of epinephrine for patients with traumatic...
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Stroke incidence and outcome disparity in Rural regions of Southern West Virginia
Frank Harrison Annie, Mark C Bates, Muhammad Khan, Salman Zahid, Syed Imran Shah, Aravinda Nanjundappa, Joshua R Wyner, Elise Anderson, Ali Farooq, Megan Wood, Abhiram Challa
Introduction: West Virginia has the highest incidence of obesity, smoking, and diabetes within the United States, placing its population at higher risk of stroke. In addition to these endemic...
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How many ultrasound examinations are necessary to gain proficiency in accurately identifying the nerves of the brachial plexus at the level of the interscalene space?
Alan Shteyman, Saundra A Jackson, Tabitha Anne Campbell, Charlotte Derr
Introduction: There has been a trend toward the use of alternative treatments to opioids for adequate pain management. This has paralleled a growing interest in the utilization of bedside poi...
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