BMC Emergency Medicine
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Table of Contents
2015 - 15 Suppl 2
- Bomb blast injuries: an exploration of patient characteristics and outcome using Pakistan National Emergency Departments Surveillance (Pak-NEDS) data.
- Uncovering the burden of intentional injuries among children and adolescents in the emergency department.
- Burn injury characteristics: findings from Pakistan National Emergency Department Surveillance Study.
- Pattern of presenting complaints recorded as near-drowning events in emergency departments: a national surveillance study from Pakistan.
- Pattern of fall injuries in Pakistan: the Pakistan National Emergency Department Surveillance (Pak-NEDS) study.
- Intentional and unintentional poisoning in Pakistan: a pilot study using the Emergency Departments surveillance project.
- Characteristics of chest pain and its acute management in a low-middle income country: analysis of emergency department surveillance data from Pakistan.
- Emergency care of traumatic brain injuries in Pakistan: a multicenter study.
- The pediatric disease spectrum in emergency departments across Pakistan: data from a pilot surveillance system.
- How vital are the vital signs? A multi-center observational study from emergency departments of Pakistan.
- The Pakistan National Emergency Department Surveillance Study (Pak-NEDS): Introducing a pilot surveillance.
- Establishing a National Emergency Department Surveillance: an innovative study from Pakistan.
- Ambulance use in Pakistan: an analysis of surveillance data from emergency departments in Pakistan.
- Dead on arrival in a low-income country: results from a multicenter study in Pakistan.