E-ISSN 2617-9784 | ISSN 2617-1791
 

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.


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2019, Vol: 2, Issue: 2


SAJEM. Year: 2019, Volume: 2, Issue: 2

    Editorial

  1. Medical Errors in the Emergency Department
    Abdus Salam Khan
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 01-03
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020201

  2. Letter to the Editor

  3. Data Science in Improving Emergency Medicine Care in Low Middle Income Countries – The Need of Time
    Shahan Waheed, Muhammad Abid
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 04-05
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020205

  4. The impact of artificial intelligence in emergency medicine
    Muhammad Akbar Baig, Sadaf Sheikh
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 06-07
    » Abstract » PDF

  5. Original Research (Original Article)

  6. Validating the National Early Warning Score(NEWS) in Emergency Department of a tertiary care hospital in Pakistan.
    Abdus Salam Khan , Abdul Sattar, Sanniya Khan Ghauri, Huma Hasnain, Hamza Mustafa Khan
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 08-13
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020212

  7. Prevalence of burnout and satisfaction with the profession, among doctors and nurses working in the emergency department of a tertiary care hospital, Islamabad, Pakistan
    Sharoon Shahzad, Amar Javed, Abdus Salam Khan, Hassan bin Usman, Nizar Ali
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 14-18
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020211

  8. Assessment of cyberchondria among patients presenting to the emergency department of a tertiary care hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan
    Maria Naseer Malik, Mir Ahmed Talha Mustafa, Maira Yaseen, Sanniya Khan Ghauri, Arslaan Javaeed
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 19-23
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020207

  9. Mode of presentation and disposition of suspected swine flu (H1N1) patients in the Emergency Department, Pakistan
    Ujala Kausar, Muhammad Ishtiaq, Muhammad bin Nasser
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 24-28
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020203

  10. Uropathogens and their Susceptibility to Common Antibiotics in Adult Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department of a Tertiary Care Hospital in Pakistan
    Abdul Sattar, Khawaja Junaid Mustafa, Ahmed Fawad Khan, Hafsa Khan
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 29-36
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020210

  11. Case Report

  12. Hirayama Disease: A Rare Clinical Entity
    Salman Mansoor, Kevin Murphy, Mohammad Hijaz Adenan, Eimear Joyce, Orla Hardiman, Michael Hennessey, Siobhan Kelly
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 37-39
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020204

  13. Case Series

  14. Management of cervical ectopic pregnancy: A report of two cases
    Zoqeen Akhtar
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 40-42
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020208

  15. Guest Editorial

  16. Eddy - A hypothetical model for comprehending emergency medicine research themes
    Shahan Waheed , Muhammad Akbar Baig, Nazir Najeeb Kapadia, Asad Iqbal Mian
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 43-46
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020209

  17. Image

  18. Metaphyseal Fracture of the Radius with Torus Fracture of Ulna
    Nausheen Siddiqui, Adeela Irfan,
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 47-48
    » Abstract » PDF

  19. Special Communication

  20. The Rapid response Sepsis Initiative (RrSI) – An innovative concept for sepsis management in Low to Middle Income nations (LMIC)
    Muhammad Akbar Baig, Erfan Hussain, Syed Muhammad Mustehsan , Samia Kazmi
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 49-50
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020206

  21. Opinions

  22. “Hello, Jack of all Specialties”
    Amber Zohaib Jafferi,
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 51-51
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020202

  23. 12 hours
    Umer Aziz Qazi
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(2): 52-52
    » Abstract » PDF