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REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Republication: Portal vein thrombosis: What surgeons need to know
2.  An Evidence Based Approach to Evaluation and Management of the Febrile Child in Indian Emergency Department
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Primary Cecal Pathologies Presenting as Acute Abdomen and Critical Appraisal of Their Current Management Strategies in Emergency Settings with Review of Literature
2.  The Acute Care Diagnostics Collaboration (ACDC): Performance Assessment of Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound Compared to Abdominal CT and Conventional Ultrasound in an Emergency Trauma Score Bayesian Clinical Decision Scheme.
3.  PREVALANCE OF COMMON NOSOCOMIAL ORGANISMS IN SURGICAL ICU IN NORTH INDIA. A HOSPITAL BASED STUDY.
CASE REPORT
1.  Ultrasound guided peripheral nerve blocks in high-risk patients, requiring lower limb (above and below knee) amputation Case series
2.  Clostridium perfringens empyema in a patient with metastatic squamous cell carcinoma of the lung
3.  Perioperative Management of Massive Fat Embolism Syndrome Presenting as Refractory Status Epilepticus: A Case Report
4.  Wild Tuber Poisoning Arum Maculatum - a Rare Case Report
5.  Massive Air Embolism While Removing a Central Venous Catheter
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Lethal Cardiac Tamponade After Misplacement of a Dialysis Catheter
2.  Undiagnosed autoimmune hepatitis causing prolonged mechanical ventilation
EDITORIAL
1.  Evidence-based approach to the trauma patient in extremis: Transitioning from exclusive emergency department thoracotomy (EDT) use to protocolized approaches incorporating resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta (REBOA)


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