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, quarterly 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: 1


SAJEM. Year: 2019, Volume: 2, Issue: 1

    Editorial

  1. Triaging - Prioritizing emergency care
    Abdus Salam Khan
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 01-02
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020101

  2. Original Research (Original Article)

  3. Choosing Wisely Campaign: Perspectives of Emergency Physicians of Pakistan
    Sanniya Khan Ghauri , Tabinda Abbasi, Abdus Salam Khan, Khawaja Junaid Mustafa, Faiza Shah, Dania Dawood,
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 03-11
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.20104

  4. Original Research

  5. Rapid response team: An early adaptive experience in a tertiary care hospital of Pakistan
    Abdul Rahim Khan, Shams ul Huda , Khizer Hayat, Sajjad Ahmad , Muhammad Ali, Hafsa Khan
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 12-17
    » Abstract » PDF

  6. Original Research (Original Article)

  7. Perception and Prevalence of Plagiarism among Postgraduate Medical Students in Twin Cities of Pakistan
    Arslaan Javaeed, Zartasha Chaudhry, Sadaf Hina , Maria Naseer Malik , Maira Yaseen, Qurat ul Ain Haider
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 18-23
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020105

  8. Original Research

  9. Healthcare Professionalsí Perceptions Towards Family Presence During Resuscitation at Tertiary Care Hospital, Islamabad
    Khizer Hayat, Sadia Farhan Khan, Abdul Rahim Khan, Komal Sitara, Samra Haroon,
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 24-28
    » Abstract » PDF

  10. Prevalence of water-borne diseases and perception of quality of drinking water in the low socioeconomic area of Islamabad, Pakistan: A cross-sectional study
    Sharoon Shahzad, Nizar Ali, Jamal Hussain, Asgher Ali, Sadaqat Ali
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 29-36
    » Abstract » PDF

  11. Case Report

  12. Septic Shock Secondary to Emphysematous Splenic Abscess
    Saad Jawaid, Wajeeha Ali Khan,
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 37-39
    » Abstract & References » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020102

  13. Vasogenic Shock Secondary to an Intentional Overdose of Multiple Antihypertensives in a patient with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
    Muhammad Usman Ghani,
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 40-42
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020106

  14. Traumatic tension pneumocephalus mimic
    Aniqa Bano, Maqsood Ahmad , Rizwan Nazir
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 43-44
    » Abstract » PDF

  15. Fournierís Gangrene with Extension into Deep Tissues
    Muhammad Fahad ul Hassan, Nausheen Siddiqui
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 45-46
    » Abstract » PDF

  16. Review Article

  17. Role of Potassium Permanganate (KMnO4) and/or vegetable oil gastric lavage in aluminium phosphide poisoning
    Sidra Tahir ,
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 47-49
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020103

  18. Image

  19. A Case of Hepatic Portal Venous Gas in a Neonate with Necrotizing Enterocolitis
    Qandeel Nawadat
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 50-51
    » Abstract » PDF

  20. Commentary

  21. DNAR decisions in Pakistan, Middle East and UK: An emergency physicianís perspective
    Immad Shahnawaz Qureshi
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 52-55
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/sajem.020107

  22. Opinions

  23. Is emergency medicine training gender neutral?
    Amber Zohaib Jafferi
    SAJEM. 2019; 2(1): 56-56
    » Abstract » PDF