Volume 3 Issue 1

Review Article

The Emergency Medicine Approach to the Decompensating Cirrhotic Patient

Authors: Long B and Koyfman A

Type: Review Article   

Special Article - Burns

Prediction, Identification, and Initial Treatment Guide for Scald Injuries

Authors: Bourdon RT, Nelson-Cheeseman BB and Abraham JP

Type: Special Article - Burns   

Special Article - Burns

Physical, Emotional and Social Correlates in the Rehabilitation Process of Burn Patients

Authors: Camargo Cabulon EAL, Cardelli AAM, Maciel SM, Martins JT and Cruz Robazzi MLC

Type: Special Article - Burns   

Special Article – Emergency Medicine and Clinical Case Reports

A Patient with Extensive Pneumocephalus

Authors: Heidari SF

Type: Special Article – Emergency Medicine and Clinical Case Reports   

Special Article - Burns

Depression: An Antecedent and Consequence of Burn-Injuries to Children

Authors: Heath J

Type: Special Article - Burns   

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 About the Journal  

Austin Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine is an open access, peer reviewed, scholarly journal dedicated to publish articles in all areas of research in Emergency and Critical Care.

The journal aims to promote research communications and provide a forum for researchers, physicians, surgeons, pediatricians, anaesthetists, ambulance staff and other healthcare professionals to find most recent advances in the areas of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine.

Featured Article

Concealed Penetrating Parietal Lobe Injury Due to Stab Wound: Case Report

Abstract Thick and hard structure of skull protects the brain from external forces, however, in rare instances penetrating brain injury may occur depending on the severity of trauma [1]. This type of injury may occur in every period of life.

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