Trauma and its complications

Joel Ferreira Santiago Junior*

Department of Health Sciences, Sacred Heart University, Brazil

*Corresponding Author:

Joel Ferreira Santiago Junior
Professor, Department of Health Sciences
Sacred Heart University, Brazil
E-mail: [email protected]

Received Date: March 31, 2020 Accepted Date: April 14, 2020 Published Date: April 21, 2020

Copyright: © 2020 Santiago JF. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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I am glad to acknowledge that in the year 2019, Trauma & Acute Care has published its 4th Volume. More than 30 well professionals in globally acting as an editorial board member of our journal. The journal is releasing 3-5 articles for an issue after submission of the manuscript to the journal it undergoes following process of preliminary quality check and after acceptance in quality check it undergoes rapid peer review process and it will take 21-30 days for acceptance of the article

Trauma & Acute Care is successful open access peer review publisher which completed 4 years of publication in which there are more than 1500+ readers globally and 30+ million website visitors. On monthly bases our journal is updating google analytics report in which on an average 700-1500+ people are visiting for our journal website for submission of their research work and also to know the information related to trauma and their related disorders and the published articles are promoted through social networks like twitter in which 2000+ followers are there for the journal.

Trauma is an emotional reaction to an unfortunate occurrence, such as an accident, attack or natural disaster. Pain and uncertainty are common, after the incident. Reactions in the longer term include uncontrolled feelings, hallucinations, strained relationships and even symptoms of depression such as headaches or discomfort.

Trauma & Acute Care is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes scientific manuscripts based on Traumatic Grief, Physical Abuse, Traumatic Shock, Trauma Therapy, Trauma Resuscitation, Blunt Trauma, Burn Trauma, Orthopedic Trauma, Dental Trauma, Traumatic Brain Injury, Trauma in Pregnancy, Sexual trauma, Post traumatic stress disorder, Trauma Surgeries, Mental health & illness. In current issue of the journal published such research articles that were based Trauma. A brief detailed of explanation the purpose and outcome of the articles published in the issue is given below. Perceptions and Experiences of Female Burn Survivors with Facial Disfigurement.

Going through any trauma is a daunting experience of our life e.g. death of a loved one, being in or seeing a genuine auto crash, severe damage. The individual experiences of these burn survivors with facial disfigurement regarding their family life, social environment, personality type, and belief system influenced their process of acceptance and concluded that protocol should be developed to help them in their coping and management skills the article published by Habib [1].

Airway Lesions in Children: How to Deal with These Emergency Medical Situations in this airway lesions at the level of the larynx are presented for example after post traumatic manipulation, after burn inhalation trauma and also some external injuries are discussed in well-mannered and concluded that the accidents are rare, but they are still complicated and life-threatening. Because they present various causes of accidents or injuries, specific clinical results and unique circumstances respectively, every doctor in charge requires a high degree of suspicion to create the correct diagnosis the article published by Fette [2]. Sripontan [3], Novel Findings in Treatment of Massive Pontine Hemorrhage: A Short Commentary.

On behalf Trauma & Acute care we would like to acknowledge our journal readers and supporters who make the year big success we will be providing the same features which are implemented in 2019 and hope the same support for the journal upcoming volume.


  1. Zainab H (2019) Perceptions and Experiences of Female Burn Survivors with Facial Disfigurement. Trauma Acute Care 4(1): 1-8.
  2. Sripontan S (2019) Novel Findings in Treatment of Massive Pontine Hemorrhage: A Short Commentary. Trauma Acute Care 4(2): 1-2
  3. Fette A (2019) Airway Lesions in Children: How to Deal with These Emergency Medical Situations. Trauma Acute Care 4(2): 3-7.
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