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Recently Published Articles
Significant Reduction of Emergency Department Wait Time Correlates to Improvements in Patient Satisfaction and Yelp Ratings
Serum Urea and Creatinine Levels are Better Predictors of Mortality than Serum Potassium Levels in Chronic Digoxin Toxicity
Staghorn Calculus and Xanthogranulomatous Pyelonephritis Complicated by Inflammation of the Vena Cava
Aurora Bridge Bus Crash Review of a Mass Casualty Event Pre-hospital and Hospital Response, Lessons Learned
Ethical Dilemma or Medical Problem? An Emergency Department Approach to the Brain-Dead Patient and Preservation of the Organ Donor
Cardiac Complaints Encountered After Use of Street Drugs: A Review of their Cardiac Toxicity Mechanism
Acute Flank Pain, Flank Mass and Hypovolemic Shock due to Kidney Cysts Rupture: An Emblematic Case of Wunderlich Syndrome
A Multisource Derivation of Guidelines for Education and Screening for Human Trafficking in the Emergency Department
A Case of Possible Acute Refeeding Syndrome: A Review of a Rare, But Potentially Life-Threatening Diagnosis
Hemorrhagic Contents Within Uterine Sac Mimicking Intrauterine Pregnancy on Point-of-Care Ultrasound: A Case Report of a Ruptured Ectopic Pregnancy
High Fidelity Simulation Improves Provider Confidence During ACLS Training Even Among Experienced Staff: Are We Missing an Opportunity?
Pediatric Pneumonia Guidelines: Inconsistencies between Guidelines, Scientific Evidence and Clinical Practice
Remembering the Health Outcomes of Hurricane Katrina A Decade Later: A Report on Katrina Evacuees Discharged Post ‘Emergent’ Care in a Houston-based Emergency Department
Primary Intra-Abdominal Hypertension and Abdominal Compartment Syndrome: Pathophysiology and Treatment
Recognition of Imported Tropical Infectious Disease in Returned Travelers in a University Hospital Emergency Department
Stevens-Johnson Syndrome without Skin Lesions: A Rare and Clinically Challenging Disease in the Urgent Setting
Cost-Effectiveness of the Sucralfate Technetium 99m isotope Labelled Esophageal Scan to Assessesophageal Injury in Children after Caustic Ingestion
Strengthening Community Based Health Care Provision Capacity is Critical for Emergency Preparedness – Lessons from Iraq and Uganda
About the Journal
Emergency Medicine – Open Journal (EMOJ) deals with the study on latest methods of basic and clinical advancements, research, techniques and guidance.
The mainstay issues cover noteworthy clinical cases, most up-to-date evidence based practical and research developments of Emergency Medicine in this developing world from urban to rural clinics and hospitals in civilize and calamity situations.
EMOJ helps in advancing the practice globally and also advance all in education, research and practice to reduce of suffering patients and in excellence internationally.
However, Openventio aims to widespread all the detailed matters related to Emergency Medicine through its Open Journal to all the scientific community for its welfare.
Aims and Scope
Emergency Medicine – Open Journal (EMOJ) is dedicated to the open dissemination and robust discussion in the areas of Emergency Medicine and its related fields.
EMOJ covers a wide array of subjects as given below
- Major and minor injuries
- Emergency care in pediatrics
- Pre-hospital care
- Aero medical emergencies
- Emergency treatment for stroke
- Sports medicine
- Deep vein thrombosis
- Cardiovascular emergencies
- Hypotension management
- Emergency radiology
- Emergency care
Submissions are accepted from the latest methods of Emergency Medicine such as technology advancements, lifesaving measures, diagnostic techniques and any guidance on accurate, quick and instant decisions to save lives.
The audience of EMOJ includes Medical personnel, physicians, medical students pursuing career in Emergency Medicine.
The Journal welcomes all types of articles such as original research,brief research report, review, case report, mini review, editorial, short communication, book review, opinion, commentary, letter to the Editor, conference proceedings, technical report, errata, illustrations etc.
We are open to receive comments or any corrections from any potential scientists to improve the quality of our journal. We welcome any comments or feedback from any potential scientist to improve the quality of the journal.