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Journal of Trauma & Treatment

ISSN: 2167-1222

Open Access

Current Issue

Volume 9, Issue 5 (2020)

    Case Reports Pages: 1 - 4

    Battered Battery and Shattered Tooth: A Case Report

    Anisha A

    With the increasing usage of mobile phones worldwide, accidental injuries and lethal damages due to mobile phone or their battery explosions
    have been reported frequently. Although, mobile phone charger explosion related to dental trauma is extremely rare, they may cause severe
    damage to tooth and other complications such as burn injuries to face and loss of tissue mass leading to tissue defects. Tooth reconstruction
    can be done by fragment reattachment and this procedure is known as “Biological Restoration.” The clinician can restore fractured teeth in single
    appointment with the advancements in restorative materials, placement techniques and preparation design. This case report describes a case of
    trauma due to a mobile phone charger explosion that resulted in coronal fragment fracture of maxillary anterior teeth which we treated using fibre
    posts, composite and lasers for fragment reattachment.
     

    Case Report Pages: 5 - 7

    Water-Related Vaginal and Anorectal Injuries in Personal Watercraft (Jet Ski): Two Case Reports and Literature Review

    Etienne Jean-Hubert


    Presented during the 1970s, the utilization of individual watercrafts (PWC) characterized as water fly impetus artworks or stream skis have
    expanded in notoriety after some time and particularly in the previous 20 years. Expert rules, for example, adding a mechanized motor shutoff
    switch for the back traveler and wearing a defensive and security dress should be all the more generally regarded.
     

    Editorial Pages: 1 - 1

    Editorial Note for Journal of Trauma and Treatment

    David S

    I am pleased to mention that during the year 2019, all issues of volume 8 were published online well within the time and the print issues were also brought out and dispatched within 30 days of publishing the issue online. Journal of Trauma and Treatment during this year also brought out TRAUMA, EMERGENCY MEDICINE & CRITICAL CARE and TRAUMA, EMERGENCY MEDICINE & CRITICAL CARE 2020 conference proceedings, which consisted of ~ 50 abstracts.

    Mini Review Pages: 453 - 454

    Stage of Respiration During Removal of Intercostal Catheters: A Review of Physiology and Literature

    Winkle B1* and Nair L2

    Insertion of an Intercostal Catheter (ICC) is an accepted treatment for a pneumothorax (primary, secondary,
    traumatic or iatrogenic), haemothorax, pleural effusion or post thoracic surgery. Reinsertion of an ICC is the most
    common complication of removal, primarily due to recurrence of a pneumothorax. There are many guidelines for
    when to remove an ICC and criteria that must be met to reduce incidence of recurrent pneumothorax. However there
    is a significant lack of discussion regarding the exact procedure to remove an ICC, with specific focus on the stage
    of breathing required.

    Editorials Pages: 1 - 1

    Physician Evaluation to Prevent and Manage Injured Person

    Hayden S

    In spite of the way that the WHO declared injury avoidance as a key issue of the Bone and Joint Decade 2000–2020 one needs to understand that injury counteraction has a very little significance in minds. Truth be told, wounds bring about more life years lost than neoplasms, cardiovascular sicknesses, cerebral strokes, or diabetes, and is thus viewed as a dismissed pestilence.

    Volume 9, Issue 3 (2020)

      Short Communication Pages: 7 - 7

      Comparison of the Admission Characteristics and Outcomes of Indian Severe TBI Cohort with Earlier Epidemiologic Studies of Developed Nations

      Vineet Kumar Kamal*, Dolly Kumari, Ravindra Mohan Pandey, Deepak Agrawal and Anita Pal

      From policymaking and research point of view, our aim is to compare data of patients with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) with developed
      settings, where health care facilities are much enhanced as compared to developing settings. In this retrospective study, we described and
      compared demographic, clinical, secondary insult related characteristics, and outcomes at 6-months (based on Glasgow outcome scale) of our
      patients with severe TBI; based on emergency department Glasgow coma scale, admitted to neurosurgery Intensive Care Unit at Jai Prakash
      Narayan Apex Trauma Centre (JPNATC), AIIMS, New Delhi, during May 2010–July 2012; with famous studies from developed settings using
      descriptive statistics. We found that there is a huge burden of young patients, mostly males with severe TBI in India as compared to developed
      settings. Follow-up data for 6-months outcome were very much lesser and outcome as death was in high proportion as compared to developed
      settings. In case of severe TBI, this information can be valuable in formulation of policies and programmes at centre/national/international level,
      increasing public awareness, developing new action plans.
       

      Editorial Pages: 1 - 1

      Traumatic stress in young children

      Jones K

      Fifty-two percent of people detained in state jails and 63% of people in government penitentiaries are guardians of minor kids and a large number of them (22% of the offspring of state prisoners and 16% of the offspring of administrative detainees) are younger than 5 years. Exploration has shown that kids who have been presented to capture of a relative are fundamentally bound to have been the casualties of, or observer to, a more extensive scope of brutal and peaceful wrongdoings in their homes including youngster abuse or the utilization/selling of illicit substances.

      Short Communication Pages: 1 - 2

      The Most Effective Method to Instruct Others about your uncommon illness

      Shima L

      Rare diseases have taken a toll on the health of patients and their families mostly contributing to the shallow knowledge in order to explain the
      complexity of the situation to the physician; thereby ending up in late diagnosis and misdiagnosis. The aim of this study was to report the training
      needs in the general public health system within the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of patients with rare diseases and to create awareness
      so as to make a better place for such uncommon ailments.

      Volume 9, Issue 4 (2020)

        Editorĺs Note Pages: 1 - 1

        Brief Editorial Note for Journal of Trauma and Treatment

        Zhang He

        Journal of Trauma and Treatment extends a warm welcome to the researchers, scholars, academicians, clinical and medical practitioners to contribute their original research on Trauma as a result of physical and psychological injuries to the body and mind that would have severe complications on the overall health of the individuals. The journal with high impact factor offers an open access platform to the authors in academia and industry to publish their novel research in the mode of original articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, etc

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