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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Original Article - Emergency Medicine

: 94 : 73

Citation : Yılmaz Y, Güzel M, Yücel M,Yadigaroğlu M, Ocak M, Yanık HT. Evaluation of the use and efficacy of prothrombin complex concentrates in patients presenting to the emergency department with warfarin-induced hemorrhage. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2024;2(2):25-30.

Original Article - Emergency Medicine

The relationship between patient characteristics, laboratory findings and outcomes of the patients presenting with seizures to the emergency department

: 516 : 60

Citation : Yıldız Y, Şancı E, Kaya B, et al. The relationship between patient characteristics, laboratory findings and outcomes of the patients presenting with seizures to the emergency department. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2024;2(2):31-35.

: 281 : 58

Citation : Ertek E. Trends and implications of ent cases in emergency medicine insights from a tertiary care hospital study. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2024;2(2):36-40.

Case Report - Emergency Medicine

: 78 : 70

Citation : Kantar Y, Kırış Yılmaz M. Aortic dissection in a renal transplant patient presenting with gastroenteritis: case report. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2024;2(2):41-43.

: 289 : 48

Citation : Baycan K, Atıcı Mİ, Saltı Ö. Bedside Ultrasonography in diagnosing bilateral femoral arterial occlusion in an elderly patient with acute limb ischemia. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2024;2(2):44-46.

Case Report - Emergency Medicine

A forgotten diagnosis in the emergency department: adult onset Still’s disease

: 499 : 56

Citation : Fettahoğlu S, Fettahoğlu ST, Güner M, et al. A forgotten diagnosis in the emergency department: adult onset still’s disease. Intercont J Emerg Med. 2024;2(2):47-49.
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