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Reflex and Spontaneous Movements in Adult Patients during the Process of Determining Brain Death in Korea

Kim DH, Kwon OY, Yang TW, Kim M, Lee J, Cho W, Yeom JS, Kim YS

BACKGROUND: Brain death is a clinical diagnosis that implies irreversible loss of function of the entire brain, including the brainstem and both hemispheres. Based on previous reports, it is not...
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Analysis of factors involved in brain-death donor processing for face transplantation in Korea: How much time is available from brain death to transplantation?

Hong JW, Chung SW, Ahn SJ, Lee WJ, Lew DH, Kim YO

BACKGROUND: Face transplantation has naturally evolved from reconstructive procedures. However, few institutions perform face transplantations, because it is time-consuming and it is necessary to justify non-vital organ transplantation. We investigated...
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Spontaneous Repetitive Constriction and Dilatation of a Unilateral Pupil in a Brain Death Patient

Chun MY, Park J, Lee SY, Lee CY, Lee SA, Lee EH, Lee SH, Chang Y, Park KD, Song TJ

In brain death state, bilateral pupil light reflexes are disappeared, and pupils are fixed with dilated. However, spontaneous movements such as ocular microtremor or bilateral cyclical constriction-dilatation of pupils have...
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Reflex and Spontaneous Movements of Patients in the Process of Determining Brain Death

Kim YS, Kim J, Kwon OY, Kim M, Lee J, Cho W, Kim DH, Yang TW, Kim SK

Brain death is a clinical diagnosis that implies irreversible loss of function of the entire brain, including the brainstem and both hemispheres. It is not uncommon for reflex and spontaneous...
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Electroencephalography for the diagnosis of brain death

Lee SY, Kim WJ, Kim JM, Kim J, Park S, The Korean Society of Clinical Neurophysiology Education Committee

Electroencephalography (EEG) is frequently used to assist the diagnosis of brain death. However, to date there have been no guidelines in terms of EEG criteria for determining brain death in...
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Factors Affecting Nurse Clinicians' Knowledge and Attitude of Organs Procurement from Brain Dead Patients

Lee HA, Hur Y, Lee YG, Song G, Lee E, Shin S

PURPOSE: This study investigated factors affecting the knowledge and attitude of organ procurement from brain dead patients in nurse clinicians. METHODS: A survey was conducted with 160 clinical nurses from a...
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Operation Room Nurses' Ethical Value regarding Their Attitude and Meaning of Life about Organ Transplantation in Brain Death

Seo HE, Kim M

PURPOSE: The purpose of study was to describe operation room nurses' ethical values in relationship to the attitude and meaning of life toward organ transplantation in brain death. METHODS: This study...
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Predisposing Hemodynamic Factors Associated with a Failed Apnea Test during Brain Death Determination

Kim EY, Kim JH

BACKGROUND: The apnea test is an essential component in the clinical determination of brain death, however it may incur a significant risk of complications such as hypotension, hypoxia and even...
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Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation for the Support of a Potential Organ Donor with a Fatal Brain Injury before Brain Death Determination

Chang SW, Han S, Ko JH, Ryu JW

The shortage of available organ donors is a significant problem and various efforts have been made to avoid the loss of organ donors. Among these, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) has...
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Brain Death in a Near-Term Infant: A Case Report

Lee DJ, Choi HA, Lee YK, Ko SY, Shin SM

Brain death is defined as the complete and irreversible loss of cerebral and brainstem function while the heart continues to beat. Unlike cardiac death, brain death is associated with medical,...
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Optimal Management of Brain Death Donor

Gil E, Park JB

Since the Harvard criteria for brain death was proposed in 1968, deceased donor, mainly brain death donor (BD), organ transplantation has been performed worldwide and given the chance for a...
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Hypotonic hyponatremia by primary polydipsia caused brain death in a 10-year-old boy

Ko AR, Kim SJ, Jung MK, Kim KE, Chae HW, Kim DH, Kim HS, Kwon AR

Hypotonic hyponatremia by primary polydipsia can cause severe neurologic complications due to cerebral edema. A 10-year-and-4-month-old boy with a psychiatric history of intellectual disability and behavioral disorders who presented with...
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Usefulness of Transcranial Doppler Sonography for Determining Brain Death

Gwon BJ, Kwon JH, Kim WJ

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Medical Expenses of the Family Members of Brain Dead Organ Donors and National Assistance

Lee J, Lee WJ, Lee NK, Lee JM

BACKGROUND: Analyzing the medical expenses of the family members of brain dead organ donors would be helpful in ascertaining better ways of applying national assistance, which is important for promotion...
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The Long-term Outcomes of Kidney Transplantation from Donation after Circulatory Death during Brain Death Donor Evaluation in a Single Center in Korea

Hur N, Park H, Lee K, Choi G, Kim JM, Park JB, Kwon CH, Kim SJ, Joh JW, Lee SK

BACKGROUND: While the number of deceased donor donations has increased in Korea, the organ shortage remains a major limitation for kidney transplantation. Donation after circulatory death (DCD) can be an...
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Inhaled nitric oxide for the brain dead donor with neurogenic pulmonary edema during anesthesia for organ donation: a case report

Park ES, Son HW, Lee AR, Lee SH, Kim AS, Park SE, Cho YW

Neurogenic pulmonary edema (NPE) in brain dead organ donors occurring after an acute central nervous system insult threatens organ preservation of potential organ donors and the outcome of organ donation....
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Attitude Favorability towards Organ Donation in Family Members of Brain Dead Organ Donors

Lee J, Lee WJ, Lee JM

BACKGROUND: Analyzing the attitudes toward organ donation and the factors that influence such attitudes is fundamental to improving the quality of management for the process of brain dead organ donation. METHODS:...
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Significance of Brain CT Angiography in Determination of Brain Death in a Patient with Barbiturate Coma Therapy after Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Kim D, Kim SK, Jung KY, Kim ST, Chung CS, Seo DW

  • KMID: 2343257
  • J Korean Neurol Assoc.
  • 2007 Aug;25(3):372-376.
In determination of brain death, brain CT angiography (CTA) can be used as a new ancillary test to assist EEG which is the current gold standard. We report a patient...
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Determining Brain Death

Kang JK

Brain death is a clinical diagnosis. The three cardinal findings in brain death are coma or unresponsiveness, absence of brainstem reflexes, and apnea. The clinical examination of the brainstem includes...
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Nurse's Knowledge and Attitudes on Organ Donation in Brain Death

Kang KJ, Kim SH

  • KMID: 2324398
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 2004 Jun;18(1):81-86.
PURPOSE: This study attempted as investigations of nurse's knowledge and attitudes on organ donation in brain death, to find the method solving of the problems. METHODS: A survey questionnaire was used...
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