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Mathews Journal of Emergency Medicine

2474-3607

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Recently Published Articles
Case Report

The Conflict Between Formel and İnformel Structures of the Emergency Departments That Effect the Occupational Satisfaction of Staff

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.

Mini Review

The Connection of Normal Blood Oxygen Level and Eye Blinking

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.

Research Article

The Accuracy of Clinical Ultrasonography in the Diagnosis of Shoulder Joint Dislocation

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.

Research Article

Predictors of Clinical Outcome after Intravenous Thrombolysis in Ischemic Stroke without Large Vessel Occlusion: The Role of Admission Glycemia

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.

Opinion Article

The Solution to the Problem of Acute Pneumonia Today: Progress or Stagnation?

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.

Research Article

Malays and Eating Disorders in Singapore: A Potential Risk in a Southeast Asian Society

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.

Review Article

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss and Tinnitus in Military Personnel

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.

Research Article

Patients who Die Within Emergency Department: A Descriptive Study

Published : 02nd August 2017
Authors : 1Tayfun Borta, 1 Umut Gulacti, 1 Ugur Lok, 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.

Editorial Article

Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis

Published : 07th July 2017
Authors : Sion Jo, Taeoh Jeong*, Jae Baek Lee, Youngho Jin
Citation : Jeong T, Jeong T, Lee JB and Jin Y. (2016). Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis. Mathews J Emergency Med. 2(2): e002.

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