ICJEM

The Intercontinental Journal of Emergency Medicine aims to publish issues related to all fields of emergency medicine and all specialties involved in the management of emergencies in the hospital and prehospital environment of the highest scientific and clinical value at an international level and accepts articles on these topics. This journal is indexed by indices that are considered international scientific journal indices (DRJI, ESJI, OAJI, etc.). According to the current Associate Professorship criteria, it is within the scope of International Article 1-d. Each article published in this journal corresponds to 5 points.

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Current Issue 2023/1/4

Original Article
Investigation of the effects of COVID-19 on muscle skeletal pain, fatigue, and hand grip strength in pregnant woman

Published: 30 Dec 2023

Citation: Toprak H, Ezveci H. Investigation of the effects of COVID-19 on muscle skeletal pain, fatigue, and hand grip strength in pregnant woman. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2023;1(4):57-62.

Original Article
The usefulness of S100ß protein and fractalkin in predicting traumatic brain injury in pediatric patients with minor head trauma

Published: 30 Dec 2023

Citation: Gök S, Kilci Aİ, Gedik MS, Hakkoymaz H, Küçük ÖF. The usefulness of S100ß protein and fractalkin in predicting traumatic brain injury in pediatric patients with minor head trauma. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2023;1(4):63-66.

Original Article
The effect of neutrophil lymphocyte ratio and other biochemical parameters on mortality in cancer patients admitted to the emergency department

Published: 30 Dec 2023

Citation: Okay NG, Kibici Ö, Erdoğan MÖ. The effect of neutrophil lymphocyte ratio and other biochemical parameters on mortality in cancer patients admitted to the emergency department. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2023;1(4):67-70.

Original Article
Comparison of Canadian and San Francisco syncope rules in patients admitted to emergency department with syncope

Published: 30 Dec 2023

Citation: Erdoğan YE, Şeker MY, Gündüz ŞG, Başkaya N, Ak R, Seyhan AU. Comparison of Canadian and San Francisco syncope rules in patients admitted to emergency department with syncope. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2023;1(4):71-76.

Original Article
Types of wounds on those rescued from the avalanche disaster

Published: 30 Dec 2023

Citation: Aktaş RS, Güven N, Gizli G, Bilvanisi S, Karaca A, Ertekin A. Types of wounds on those rescued from the avalanche disaster. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2023;1(4):77-80.

Original Article
Evaluation of the effectiveness of transthoracic echocardiography and compression ultrasonography (echo-cus) in the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism in the emergency department

Published: 30 Dec 2023

Citation: Savaş AM, Avcil M, Dinçer E, Duman A. Evaluation of the effectiveness of transthoracic echocardiography and compression ultrasonography (echo-cus) in the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism in the emergency department. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2023;1(4):81-86.

Original Article
Occupational accidents and injuries: clinical experiences of a tertiary hospital

Published: 30 Dec 2023

Citation: Yadigaroğlu M, Yanık HT, Durmuş A, Ocak M, Yücel M, Güzel M. Occupational accidents and injuries: Occupational accidents and injuries: clinical experiences of a tertiary hospital. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2023;1(4):87-91.

Case Report
Synchronized AVNRT attack of mother and daughter: case report

Published: 30 Dec 2023

Citation: Kılıç MR, Ocak M, Yadigaroğlu M, et al. Synchronized AVNRT attack of mother and daughter: case report. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2023;1(4):92-94.

Case Report
Treatment with direct thrombolytic infusion via mesenteric catheter and thrombectomy in superior mesenteric vein thrombosis due to synthetic drug use

Published: 30 Dec 2023

Citation: Kat N, Setayeshi T, Gür Özcan SG, Balkaya AN. Treatment with direct thrombolytic infusion via mesenteric catheter and thrombectomy in superior mesenteric vein thrombosis due to synthetic drug use. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2023;1(4):95-98.

Case Report
Rapidly developing massive thromboembolism and death due to anticoagulant dose reduction in a patient with atrial fibrillation: case Report

Published: 30 Dec 2023

Citation: İpek ÖF, Alpaslan M, Eşliku M, Çakmak Coşkun T, Baykan N. Rapidly developing massive thromboembolism and death due to anticoagulant dose reduction in a patient with atrial fibrillation: case Report. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2023;1(4):99-101.

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