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Nov 01, 2016

Austin Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine

A Mouse Model of Scald Wounds

Abstract: Background: There were many mouse models of scald wounds have been created in the previous study. However, expensive materials, complicated and dangerous operation and poor repeatability were all disadvantages of most of...


Nov 01, 2016

Austin Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine

Disaster Mental Health vs Psychosocial Well Being: The Need for a True Paradigm Change

Abstract: Mental health is presently a multidimensional concept which is much beyond distress, a bunch of symptoms, illness or disorders. The concept of psychological or psychosocial well being emerged...


Nov 01, 2016

Austin Journal of Forensic Science and Criminology

Public Order Disturbance: Is the use of Non/Less - Lethal Weapon always Adapted? A French Case Report

Abstract: The scientific literature describes many injuries secondary to the use of nonlethal weapons such as Taser® or Flashball® devices. We relate here the cases of a woman and a man presenting a psychomotor agitation, victims of multiple...


Nov 01, 2016

Austin Journal of Forensic Science and Criminology

Non Syndromic Malocclusion - Diagnosis to the Extraordinary

Abstract: A 26 year old female patient with slight mental retardation complains of gap between upper and lower front teeth. Post natal history revealed abnormal milestones of development. Past dental...


Nov 01, 2016

Austin Journal of Forensic Science and Criminology

Tuberculous Lymphadenitis

Abstract: A 22 year old female patient presented with a swelling in the left submandibular region (Figure 1 and 2). The swelling had been growing insidiously for one year and was associated with pain since...


Nov 01, 2016

Annals of Surgery and Perioperative Care

An Evaluation on the Effect of Preoperative Levosimendan Administration as an Inotropic Agent in Patients Undergoing Open Heart Surgery with Poor Ventricular Function

Abstract: Aim: Nowadays, we frequently encounter with articles related with preoperative use of Levosimendan in literature. Aim of this paper was to present our clinical experience which was in accordance with the literature rather than comparing or suggesting new clinical data....


Nov 01, 2016

Austin Pediatrics

Neonatal Hypoxic Ischaemic Encephalopathy: Demolishing the Cerebral Palsy Myth and Enlightening Court Litigation

Abstract: The article sheds medico-legal light on jurisprudence based on the two original tenets of the great Cerebral Palsy myth, namely 1. The misconception that intra-partum hypoxia underlies most cases of neonatal Cerebral Palsy.....


Nov 01, 2016

Austin Journal of Nursing & Health Care

Introducing a School-Based Sexual and Reproductive Health Curriculum in Ketu South Municipality of Ghana: The Perspective of Stakeholders

Abstract: Background: There are numerous evidences of the risk of sexual and reproductive ill health and the associated medical and socio-economic burdens on teen mothers. For developing countries in particular, adolescents are not.....


Nov 01, 2016

Austin Journal of HIV/AIDS Research

Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Genotype 3 is Associated with Higher Grade of Liver Fibrosis in Hepatitis C Virus Infected Patients

Abstract: In Chronic hepatitis C (CHC), one of the most important causes of chronic liver diseases, exact association of viral factors such as Genotype and viral load with fibrosis is not yet determined.....


Nov 01, 2016

Austin Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology

Tobacco, Alcohol, Substance use Patterns and Associated Risk Factors in a Representative Sample of High School Students in Corum, Turkey

Abstract: Background: Taking measures against addictive substance would be a correct public health policy in adolescent health. The aim of this study is to determine the frequency of addictive substances use and associated risk factors among adolescent in Corum / Turkey.....


Nov 01, 2016

Austin Journal of Orthopedics & Rheumatology

Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis (DISH) of Young Adults. Lessons to be Learnt

Abstract: DISH is a condition characterized by ossification and calcification of soft tissues, mainly ligaments and entheses. The disease is poorly recognized but is often associated with metabolic and constitutional derangements,...



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