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October-December 2015 | Vol 5 | Issue  4     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
 
Editorial
What's new in critical illness and injury science? Nonaccidental burn injuries, child abuse awareness and prevention, and the critical need for dedicated pediatric emergency specialists: Answering the global call for social justice for our youngest citizens
Heidi H Hon, Yeamie M Sheref Kousari, Thomas J Papadimos, Areti Tsavoussis, Rebecca Jeanmonod, Stanislaw P Stawicki
Introduction The most difficult clinical situations faced by physicians are child abuse/neglect and pediatric mortality. These phenomena are tragic, illogical, unnatural, emotional, an...
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Compound elevated skull fracture: Should we incorporate in skull fracture classification?
Amit Agrawal, S Satish Kumar, Umamaheswara V Reddy, Kishor V Hegde, BV Subrahmanyan
In majority of the cases, a depressed fracture is characterized by in driven fractured bone fragments. In contrast to this, in cases of "elevated skull fracture" due to tangential direction of...
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Does erythropoietin reactivate bone marrow dysfunction in trauma hemorrhagic shock?
Manoj Kumar, Sanjeev Bhoi
Hemorrhagic shock (HS) and its sequelae of multiorgan dysfunction (MOD) and sepsis are the major leading cause of death after trauma.[1] Fluid, blood and its component, and stopping of bleeders have b...
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Original Article
Postoperative sciatic and femoral or saphenous nerve blockade for lower extremity surgery in anesthetized adults
Loreto Lollo, Sanjay Bhananker, Agnes Stogicza
Background: Guidelines warn of increased risks of injury when placing regional nerve blocks in the anesthetized adult but complications occurred in patients that received neither sedation nor l...
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