South Asian Journal 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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2021, Vol: 4, Issue: 2SAJEM. Year: 2021, Volume: 4
- Developing Emergency Medicine Clinical Practice Guidelines in Pakistan-a pressing priority
- A comparison of accuracy of modified early warning score(MEWS), national early warning score(NEWS)and rapid emergency medicine score(REMS) in predicting length of hospital stay and in-hospital mortality in adults presenting to emergency department
- Clinical Presentation, Prognostic Factors, and Outcomes of Pediatric patients Diagnosed with Acute Myocarditis: A 10-Year Experience from the Emergency Department of a Tertiary Care Hospital.
- Perceptions Regarding Covid-19 Vaccine Among Undergraduate Medical Students In Karachi, Pakistan
- Thoracic Air Leak Syndrome in COVID-19 Patients: An Emergent Complication
- Clinical Profile of Pediatric Tuberculosis, Presenting to the Emergency Department of Tertiary Care Hospital in Karachi, Pakistan.
- Always Read The Fine Print - Cyanide Toxicity From Ingestion Of Vitamin B17 Tablets: A Case Report
- Cardiac Pacing Using A Guidewire In Emergency Situation
- Dengue fever leading to unilateral panophthalmitis resulting in corneal perforation
Letter to the Editor
- Bedside lung ultrasonography as a triaging tool for suspected COVID-19 patients in the emergency department
- The Good Doctor gone bad: A medicolegal error in Season 4 Episode 5 titled "Fault"
- The era of asphyxiation