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South Asian Journal of Emergency Medicine, the official journal of Pakistan Society of Emergency Medicine, is an international, peer-reviewed journal with a vision to bring forward high quality research, improve clinical practices, gather, and educate physicians about the progress in this emerging yet dynamic field in the developing world. SAJEM publishes original research, review articles, case reports and audits from the perspective of acute care and emergency medicine.
Apart from the fundamental emergency medicine research, we also welcome articles from pre-hospital care, nursing, disaster management, toxicology, trauma, ethical and administrative cases relevant to this field. All researchers and physicians can contribute in this journal to make their impact in the published world.
Scope of SAJEM
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2020|3|1, Vol: , Issue: SAJEM. Year: 2020, Volume: 3
- Corona Pandemic: Lack of Resources but not of Determination A South Asian Perspective
Letter to the Editor
- The role of mentorship in Emergency Medicine
- Modern Trauma Care: Damage Control Surgery and
Damage Control Resuscitation-Brief report
Original Research (Original Article)
- A Descriptive Analysis of the Patients Presenting with Mammalian Bites in the Emergency Department of the Lady Reading Hospital, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
- Professional burnout in Emergency Department: Effect of shift work on the physical, mental and social wellbeing of health
- Stethoscope, A Unique Home of Staphylococcus Aureus in Hospitals.
- Career Choices: Are you the chosen one or the free will really exists?
- The Prognostic Potential of Three Scoring Systems for Mortality Prediction in the Intensive Care Unit: A systematic review & meta-analysis
- An unusual case of extensive drug-resistant (XDR) enteric fever with ARDS
- Herbal Medicines (!) and Drug Interactions that Lead to Death
- Cutaneous lesions from a blastic plasmacytoid dendritic cell neoplasm with the leukaemic presentation: Insights from the emergency department
- Iatrogenic Multi Spaces, Spinal Hemorrhage after Lumbar Puncture
- Through the Red Zone