Assistant Professor, Kennedy University Hospital ,
Mathews Journal of Emergency Medicine (MJEM; ISSN 2474-3607) is a premier journal that publishes original research aimed at doctors, paramedics, nurses, and ambulance staff on a global scale. MJEM publishes on a wide range of emergency medicine related topics, such as critical care, prehospital care, aeromedical emergencies, resuscitation, minor injuries, trauma, toxicology, cardiac arrest, head injury, chest pain, difficult airway, disaster medicine, sports medicine, emergency radiology, acute stroke, traumatic brain injury, congestive heart failure, diagnostic testing, acute medical and paediatric emergencies, disaster preparedness and response, clinical operations, laboratory techniques in emergency medicine, pharmacology in emergency medicine, and decision-making and reflections on clinical practice.
MJEM addresses issues related to the organization of emergency services at hospitals and in the community. This journal provides a global perspective on emergency medicine by focusing on the various models of emergency healthcare across the globe. By employing a multidisciplinary approach, MJEM publishes scientific research, topical reviews, commentaries, and case reports to enrich the existing literature in emergency medicine, thereby providing the latest and updated information to the emergency medicine community.
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Published : 15th July 2023
Authors : Gabriel Meister1, James Espinosa2,*, Alan Lucerna3
Citation : Meister G, Espinosa J, Lucerna A. (2023). Case Report: Facial Mask Induced Acne ("Maskne"). Mathews J Emergency Med. 8(5):65.
Published : 13th July 2023
Authors : James Espinosa1,*, Eric Maddock1, Duwayne Campbell1, Alan Lucerna2, Henry Schuitema3
Citation : Espinosa J, Maddock E, Campbell D, Lucerna A, Schuitema H. (2023). Case Report: Ocular Capsaicin Exposure with Chemosis from Jalapeño Peppers. Mathews J Emergency Med. 8(4):63.
Published : 13th July 2023
Authors : James Espinosa1,*, Umar Sannoh2, Alan Lucerna3, Joseph Pagano1
Citation : Espinosa J, Sannoh U, Lucerna A, Pagano J. (2023). Case Report: Nosocomial Digital Eczema from Surface Cleansing Bleach. Mathews J Emergency Med. 8(4):64.
Published : 12th July 2023
Authors : James Espinosa*, Alan Lucerna, Joel Collins, Adam Kandil, James Lee, Robin Lahr
Citation : Espinosa J, Lucerna A, Collins J, Kandil A, Lee J, Lahr R, et al. (2023). Case Report and Brief Review: A Case of Erythema Ab Igne Due to a Space Heater. Mathews J Emergency Med. 8(3):62.
Published : 10th July 2023
Authors : Frank Wheeler1, James Espinosa1,*, Alan Lucerna2
Citation : Wheeler F, Espinosa J, Lucerna A. (2023). The Application of Point-of-Care Ultrasound in ED Intubations and Airway Access: A Brief Systematic Review. Mathews J Emergency Med. 8(4):57.
Published : 07th July 2023
Authors : Amelia Servin1, Amber McPherson2, James Espinosa3,*, Victor Scali4, Alan Lucerna5, Henny Schuitema6
Citation : Servin A, McPherson A, Espinosa J, Scali V, Lucerna A, Schuitema H. (2023). Which Bladder Filling Method for Pelvic Ultrasound is best? A Comparison Study of Three Standard Non-Foley-Catheter-Based Bladder Filling Methods (Oral, Intravenous, Oral/IV) in Preparation for Pelvic (Transabdominal) Ultrasound. Mathews J Emergency Med. 8(4):61.