Journal of Emergency Medicine and Intensive Care

Articles in Press

  • Case report - Medical Published: Oct 31, 2017

    Psychogenic Urinary Retention: A Case Report

    Psychogenic retention of urine should be suspected in patient, who is unable to pass urine voluntarily, however without any discomfort and no urge to pass urine. It is a rare condition with minimal information known or reported in the literature. When no organic causes to decrease urine output can be…

    -Bibek Bhandari, Rose House, and Ashis Shrestha

  • Review article - Medical Published: Nov 09, 2017

    Clinical Aspects and Scoring the Severity of Dyspnea: A Short Review

    Dyspnea is the more frequent and one of the most complex respiratory symptoms in acute patient care. We can define it very simply e.g. “inappropriate relationship between respiratory work and total body work” or as “an abnormally uncomfortable awareness of breathing” or in a popular way “the clinicians know what…

    -Tibor Gondos

  • Case report - Medical Published: Oct 13, 2017

    A Heart Touched by “The Devil’s Tongue”: Near Fatal Pulmonary Embolism

    A 73–year old man with a history of hypertension, attended the emergency room presenting syncope, dyspnea, and chest tightness with inspiratory efforts. In emergency room the patient's mental status was obtunded, his heart rate was 84 beats per minute, respiratory rate 28 breaths per minute; oxygen saturation was 88% with…

    -Aaron B. Ortiz, David C. Alonso, Sergio S. Noguero