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May 2018| Vol 7| Issue 3

Review Article

Traditional Chinese medicine and its protective function over brain-injured patients

Acupuncture is actually convoked for supporting Western Medicine. Its “Golden Points” can undoubtedly help patients during its neurological recovery. After almost thirty years of experie...


Review Article

The chest X ray in pulmonary embolism: Westermark sign, Hampton's Hump and Palla's sign. What's the difference?

Pulmonary embolism (PE), with the incidence of about 60 per 100 000 annually, can be a life- threatening disease if it is not treated promptly. It has been estimated that some 10% of PE patients...


Review Article

Hyponatremia in the acute phase of spinal cord trauma: Review

Hyponatremia is a common electrolyte disturbance usually observed in neurosurgical patients undergoing surgical management of traumatic, as well as, nontraumatic intracranial pathology. The spinal c...


Original Article

A survey on the epidemiology of trauma and China trauma care training in subtropical regions of Hainan Province

Objective: To investigate the epidemiology of trauma patients in subtropical areas of Hainan Province and the improvement of the level of trauma treatment in China trauma care training (CTCT)...


Original Article

Earthquake planning and crisis management with an emphasis on the facilities, utilities, and services of the health care centers of Tiran and Karvan County, Isfahan Province, Iran: A case study

Objective: To study earthquake planning and crisis management with an emphasis on the facilities, utilities, and services of the health care centers of Tiran and Karvan County, Isfahan Provin...


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Journal of Acute Disease, a publication of Hainan Medical University, is a peer-reviewed print + online Bimonthly journal.

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