Lakhiram Murmu

Learn More
Emergency Medicine (EM) is a new discipline for India. As Medical Council of India (MCI) makes progress in recognizing the need to develop EM residency training programs in India it is important that there exist an established training model for future faculty, residents and medical students. This INDO-US white paper makes a serious attempt to recognize the(More)
Childhood injuries are the leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. We evaluated the type of pediatric injuries encountered in the emergency room amongst 225 children (boys 151, girls 64; age range, 2 mo-12 yr). Data were collected using a structured injury proforma over a period of 12 months. Injuries occurred at home (n=137, 60.8%), street(More)
BACKGROUND In countries with fully developed emergency medicine systems, emergency ultrasound (EUS) plays an important role in the assessment and treatment of critically ill patients. METHODS The authors sought to introduce EUS to a group of doctors working in the emergency departments (EDs) in India through an intensive 4-day adult and pediatric(More)
Liposarcomas are the most common retroperitoneal soft tissue tumors. We here in report a case of giant retroperitoneal sarcoma which weighed 24 kgs. Renal autotransplant of right kidney was done for organ preservation. The patient has done well after a follow up of 63 months. Complete surgical resection with organ preservation is the goal of treatment in(More)