Vol 1 No 4 (Nov 2020 – Jan 2021)

Pakistan Journal of Surgery & Medicine
E-ISSN: 2708-0285
P-ISSN: 2708-0277

Vol 1 No 4 (Nov 2020 – Jan 2021)

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From the desk of Chief EditorAnwer AEditoriale230HTML
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An Approach towards Integrated Healthcare System in Punjab, PakistanParvez A et alGuest Editoriale231HTML
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Cytokine Storm Syndrome, a potential cause of death in COVID-19 patientsRaza IM et alLetter to Editore139HTML
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Gastrointestinal manifestations of COVID-19 and possibility of feco-oral route of transmissionAhmed ZLetter to Editore183HTML
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The need for personal protective equipment to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in health care workersJatoi NN et alLetter to Editore210HTML
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Convalescent Plasma and COVID-19: Meta-analysis of a Century-Old TechniqueBano S et alMeta-analysise298HTML
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An Audit of Deaths From Poisoning: A Retrospective StudyRahim A et alOriginal Articlee140HTML
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Intima Media Thickness of Carotid and Femoral Artery as predictor of Cardiovascular EventsRauf N et alOriginal Articlee149HTML
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Social Media; its role in the infodemic of COVID-19Akbar MA et alOriginal Articlee188HTML
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Frequency of restrictive pulmonary function tests in patients with chronic Hepatitis CHamid S et alOriginal Articlee223HTML
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Acne Vulgaris in University Students: Prevalence, Knowledge and Lifestyle Association.Abbas H et alOriginal Articlee240HTML
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Satisfaction level of patients visiting orthopedics wards – A descriptive cross-sectional studyIsrar H et alOriginal Articlee244HTML
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Tailored Online Neurosurgical Evaluation in the Outpatient Setting during COVID-19 Pandemic—The Maldives ExperienceNiyaf A et alTechnical Notee279HTML
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The ‘Real’ Wolf of Wall Street- COVID-19’s Impact on Healthcare Systems & Global EconomiesSajid MI et alReview Articlee235HTML
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Rapid transmission of SARS-2 among Individuals – A Mini ReviewSohail S et alReview Articlee300HTML
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COVID-19: Pakistan’s Preparedness and responseKhan S et alPerspectivee207HTML
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Challenging incidents in health centers and how to deal with it: Physician–Patient bad interactionsFatima F et alPerspectivee284HTML
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