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Aims and Scope
Mathews Journal of Emergency Medicine (ISSN 2474-3607)— is an open access journal that publishes original research and reports, which provide significance and board impact on a wider audience. The main scope of the journal is in its primary sections of cardiac arrest, emergency medicine, head injury, critical care, chest pain, emergency radiology, chest pain, internal medicine, traumatic brain injury, acute stroke, congestive heart failure and traditional medicine.
Editors and Editorial Board
The editorial process of the Emergency Medicine journal and decisions on manuscripts submitted to the journal are the responsibility of the Editorial Board and journal staff.
Mathews Journal of Emergency Medicine (MJEM) Print ISSN: 2474-3607 and Online ISSN: 2474-3607 is publishes issues bimonthly, and one volume/year.
Benefits of authors
High Visibility: Mathews Journal of Emergency Medicine (MJEM) follows open access policy that allows the published articles in the journal will reach across the globe.
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We welcome all types of articles related to Emergency Medicine. For submission assistance contact: email@example.com. Please follow the Author Guidelines.
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Published : 17th August 2020
Author : Igor Klepikov
Citation : Klepikov I. (2020). Etiotropic and Pathogenetic Therapy of Acute Lung Inflammation. Mathews J Emergency Med. (5)1: 01
Published : 23rd July 2019
Author : Orhan Derman
Citation : Derman O. (2019). The Conflict Between Formel and İnformel Structures of the Emergency Departments That Effect the Occupational Satisfaction of Staff. Mathews J Emergency Med 4(1): 33.
Published : 03rd July 2019
Authors : Muhammad Imran Qadir, Muhammad Tanveer
Citation : Tanveer M. (2019). The Connection of Normal Blood Oxygen Level and Eye Blinking. Mathews J Emergency Med 4(1): 32.
Published : 12th December 2018
Authors : Behnam movahedi1*, Leila azizkhani1, Sarvenaz Salahi2, Arman mohammadi1, Enayatollah Noori3
Citation : Movahedi B, Azizkhani L, Salahi S, Mohammadi M, et al. (2018). The Accuracy of Clinical Ultrasonography in the Diagnosis of Shoulder Joint Dislocation. M J E-Med. 3(1): 031.
Published : 16th November 2018
Authors : Bruno Chiara, Colavita Guillaume, Romero Gwendoline, Mahagne Marie-Helene, Suissa Laurent
Citation : BRUNO Chiara, COLAVITA Guillaume, ROMERO Gwendoline, MAHAGNE Marie-Helene, et al. (2018). Predictors of Clinical Outcome after Intravenous Thrombolysis in Ischemic Stroke without Large Vessel Occlusion: The Role of Admission Glycemia. Mathews J Emergency Med. 3(1): 030.
Published : 19th October 2018
Author : Igor Klepikov*
Citation : Klepikov I. (2018). The Solution to the Problem of Acute Pneumonia Today: Progress or Stagnation?. Mathews J Emergency Med. 3(1): 029.
Published : 26th February 2018
Authors : Netty Ryanie Binte Kamaruzaman1,2*, Kelly Ann Zainal 2, Tan Shian Ming3, Lee Huei Yen2,3, Victor Kwok Kah Foo2,3
Citation : Kamaruzaman NRB, Zainal KA, Ming TS, Yen LH, et al. (2018). Malays and Eating Disorders in Singapore: A Potential Risk in a Southeast Asian Society. Mathews J Emergency Med. 3(1): 028.
Published : 29th December 2017
Author : Sergio Gonzalez-Gonzalez
Citation : Gonzalez-Gonzalez S. (2017). Noise-Induced Hearing Loss and Tinnitus in Military Personnel. Mathews J Emergency Med. 2(2): 027.
Published : 02nd August 2017
Authors : 1Tayfun Borta, 1 Umut Gulacti, 1 Ugur Lok, 1 Irfan Aydin, 1Ibrahim Halil Cebe, 1Ebru Arslan
Citation : Borta T, Gulacti U, Lok U, Aydin I, et al. (2017). Patients who Die Within Emergency Department: A Descriptive Study. Mathews J Emergency Med. 2(2): 026.