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Method of work: During the Bosnian (1992-1995), 2,195 wounded people underwent primary surgical treatment for their wounded extremities. Tibia wounds were dominant in 695 (31.66%) of the cases, and 59 (8.48%) of which developed chronic osteomyelitis. The Gustilo’s Classification score was IIIB and the Cierny-Mader’s Classification score was IIIB. The average age of the patients was 38.2 years, sex representation: 57 (97%) males and 2 (3%) females. Cause of fracture: bullets 18 (31%), shell pieces 39 (66%), and combined 2 (3%), with polytrauma in 31 (52.54%). The most dominant infective agent was Staphylococcus aureus 31 (52%). We used Papineau’s method in 5 (8.50%), sequestration in 28 (47.45%), fenestration and sequestration in 17 (29%), only Forage of the tibia in 3 (5%), and decortication and resection in 6 (10%). We used the instantaneous vacuum for 36 (61%) patients. The aim of this work is to evaluate some perceptions in the therapy of the chronic fistulous war osteomyelitis tibia in a decade-long work. The study is retrospective and analyzes the use of surgical methods in the treatment of chronic osteomyelitis tibia caused by the high kinetic energy projectiles.

 In January 2006, a new journal, Capsula Eburnea, was born in the Italian scientific pub-lishing scene, with the initial goal of creating, at the same time, "an open scientific forum and a blog". Until December 2009, the vast majority of manuscripts was still published in Italian, restricting the number of readers.
From the end of 2009, the journal has undergone extensive changes, becoming indexed in the main scientific search engines (Scopus, Directory of Open Access Journal, Google Scholar, Ulrich Periodical Directory), and renewing its Editorial Team with a role reassign-ment and expanding the Editorial Board to up to 40 young doctors with proven scientific experience from 15 countries around the world, working as researchers, PhD students, senior medical staff, research fellows or doctors in specialist training.
Finally, the journal has progressively encouraged the publication of articles in English, through an endorsed English translation service provided by native English speaking translators. This service became mandatory for all peer-reviewed articles accepted by the Journal in 2011.
At the same time, the Editorial Board unanimously decreed to change the name of the journal into "Euromediterranean Biomedical Journal for young doctors (formerly: Capsula Eburnea)" from January 2012.
Today, the journal is fully open access (including the archives of Capsula Eburnea) with the possibility to download articles for free, and the publication process involves a blind peer review of each article by at least two scientists. During its first two years of activity, the Euromediterranean Biomedical Journal (EMBJ) published 48 scientific articles (17 origi-nal articles, 14 reviews, 13 case report, two technical reports and two commentaries) and one edition of Conference Proceedings.

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