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October-December 2020| Vol 18| Issue 4


COVID-19 pandemic: A perspective from the frontline

With the SARS-CoV-2 holding the world under siege throughout the year, frontline workers who readily took up the gauntlet have been having a harrowing experience. Emergency medicine teams, among oth...

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Thoraco-abdominal injuries among patients presenting with trauma

Background: Globally, injuries contribute to around 10% of total deaths, and in India, to 13%–18%. Among all injury-related deaths, thoraco-abdominal trauma is the second mo...

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Models for forecasting the number of COVID cases in Indian states

Introduction: Coronavirus, a worldwide pandemic today, is continuing its spread day by day. The only way that can be adopted at this stage is to control the number of cases to a minimum. Time...

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Alcohol-related acute presentations to the emergency department

Introduction: Alcohol consumption in excess leads to various consequences, either short term or long term. Acute alcohol impairment is a very important analysis topic for traffic safety, and ...

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Perceived cause and characteristics of headache among undergraduate medical students of Government Medical College, Srinagar: A cross-sectional study

Background: Headache is prevalent worldwide and it affects people in almost all age groups, irrespective of their gender, educational level, socioeconomic status, and occupation. The aim of t...

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