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Editorial for Vol. 31, No. 1

Kim YH

In Vol. 31, No. 1, our journal prepared four review articles and two original papers. First, in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of our journal, the first review article described...
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The Role of Aviation Medical Examiners in the Diagnosis, Treatment and Aeromedical Assessment of Patients with Allergic Rhinitis

Kim YH

Since allergic rhinitis is a disease with a very high prevalence, it is common to find patients with allergic rhinitis among aviation workers. However, they are so afraid that the...
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A Study on Fatigue Management of Aviation Maintenance Mechanics-Focusing on Shift Workers

Kim CY, Choi SJ

In the case of aviation maintenance work, several kinds of shift works are performed during day and night, and a lot of works are performed on the ramp due to...
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Korean Guideline for Managing In-flight Medical Events

Kim J, Park NL, Kim JH, Kwon YH

The cabin environment has many physiological effects on commercial aircraft passengers and medical providers, and environmental stress factors exist. Therefore, it is important for medical providers to understand the effects...
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Internet of Things: An Overview and its Applications in Aviation

Hyun W

Internet of Things (IoT) is a technology that communicates data between devices, which are things, using an embedded sensor connected through network backbone such as the internet. Here, data communication...
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Editorial for Vol. 30, Issue 3

Kim YH

In commemoration of Vol. 30, Issue 3, our journal prepared five review articles and one original paper. The global outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020 has impacted our society, and especially...
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How to Evaluate Obstructive Sleep Apnea for Flight Crew

Kwon YH

  • KMID: 2505551
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2018 Aug;28(2):23-29.
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a breathing disorder characterized by a secondary intermittent decrease in blood oxygen saturation concentration, increased respiratory ability, and frequent awakening due to obstruction of airflow...
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Strategy for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea of the Aviation Workers

Kim KS, Kim YH

  • KMID: 2505550
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2018 Aug;28(2):19-22.
Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) can lead to severe complications if left untreated, and therefore should be adequately diagnosed and treated, especially in airline workers. The aviation medical examiner (AME)...
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US FAA Physical Examination Standards and Amendment of AME Conservation Education: Comparison with Korea

Kim YH

  • KMID: 2505554
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2018 Dec;28(3):52-55.
The purpose of the aviation physical examination guideline is not only to determine the physical fitness of the aviation workers but also to treat the underlying diseases of the aviation...
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Flight Crew Incapacitation-From Manual of Civil Aviation Medicine, International Civil Aviation Organization

Kwon YH

  • KMID: 2505553
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2018 Dec;28(3):49-51.
“Incapacitation” means any reduction in medical fitness to a degree or of a nature that is likely to jeopardize flight safety. Incapacitation of flight crew during flight is a serious...
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The IT Industry’s Influence on Next-Generation Aviation Technologies

Hyun W

  • KMID: 2505543
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2017 Aug;27(2):49-53.
The aviation industry is expected to grow. Convergence of combined technologies of machinery, electronics, materials and information technology (IT) to conventional aviation technology has contributed to the progress in aviation...
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The Need for an Implant Identification Card at Airport Security Check

Ali E, Kosuge D, MacDowell

BACKGROUND: Joint replacement surgery is having an increasing demand as national healthcare systems confront an ever ageing population. Surgical complications associated with lower limb arthroplasty are well known but less...
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Analysis of the Result of Aviation Medical Examinations in 2014

Kwon YH

  • KMID: 2505532
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2016 Aug;26(2):50-53.
The purpose of the aviation medical examination is to determine that no physical or mental condition exists which may reduce the applicant’s medical fitness to a significant degree during the...
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Japan Aeromedical Research Center and Aviation Medical Examination System

Sung I, Kim YH, Kim HJ, Kim KS

  • KMID: 2505529
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2016 Aug;26(2):46-49.
There have been many advances in Japan aviation medicine, starting with establishment of the Civil Aeronautics Act in 1952 until now. The aviation medical examination system has been periodically revised...
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Competency Evaluation of Aviation Medical Examiner

Kwon YH

  • KMID: 2505511
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2016 Apr;26(1):1-4.
An aviation medical examiner is a designated representative of the government administrator with important duties and responsibilities. The purpose of the system of periodic physical examination is to evaluate medical conditions of...
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Study on Introduction of Medical CRM into Healthcare

Kwon B, Choi J, Jang J

  • KMID: 2505496
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2015 Aug;25(2):43-49.
Population based research suggests that in the United States between 44,000 and 98,000 patients die each year from preventable errors, making medical error the eighth most common cause of death....
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Pilot Mental Disorders

Kwon YH

  • KMID: 2505492
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2015 Aug;25(2):29-32.
Pilot mental disorders are important risk factors of aviation accidents. It is not easy for an aviation medical examiner to diagnose pilot mental disorders and take appropriate measures. Pilots that...
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A Wireless Body Sensor Network and its Applications

Jang J, Hyun W, Yoo I

  • KMID: 2505506
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2015 Dec;25(3):80-84.
Wireless body sensor network (WBSN) technologies are considered one of the key research areas in computer science. When combined with the healthcare application, two technologies are consolidating into one comprehensive...
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Aircraft-Assisted Pilot Suicide: Its Realities and Prevention Strategies

Kim JH

  • KMID: 2505502
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2015 Dec;25(3):67-70.
The crash of Germanwings flight 9525 was tremendously shocking disaster because it has been turned out that the co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, deliberately descended the plane to the crash site while the...
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Three Cases of Spine Fractures after an Airplane Crash

Lee HJ, Moon BJ, Pennant WA, Shin DA, Kim KN, Yoon DH, Ha Y

While injuries to the spine after an airplane crash are not rare, most crashes result in fatal injuries. As such, few studies exist that reported on spine fractures sustained during...
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