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Umbilical Venous Catheter Related Cardiac Tamponade in an Extremely Low Birth Weight Infant: A Case Report

Kim SH, Choi EK, Park KH, Shin HJ, Jang GY, Choi BM

Umbilical venous catheters (UVCs) are frequently used in extremely low birth weight (ELBW) infants for intravenous access. It is important to position correctly to prevent complications, including arrhy thmia, pleural...
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Rapidly Progressive Pericardial Effusion and Cardiac Tamponade in a Term Infant with an Umbilical Venous Catheter: A Case Report

Park MJ, Ahn JH, Lee HJ, Park HK, Hwang JK, Kim CR, Na JY

Pericardial effusion (PCE) in neonates has various clinical presentations depending on the amount and speed of fluid accumulation and can cause cardiac tamponade (CT). We report a case of rapidly...
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Successful Treatment of Cardiac Tamponade Associated with Umbilical Venous Catheter by Pericardiocentesis in Two Neonates: Two Case Reports

Shin M, Shim GH

Pericardial effusion is rare in neonates. The most common cause of pericardial effusion is iatrogenic due to malposition of the central venous catheters and symptoms range from asymptomatic to more...
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Extra-Pericardial Tamponade due to Internal Thoracic Artery Rupture after Blunt Trauma: A Case Report

Noh D, Chang SW, Ma DS

Cardiac tamponade is an acute life-threatening condition that predominantly involves the intra-pericardial space; however, an expanding mediastinal hematoma can also sometimes cause cardiac tamponade. Here we describe the case of...
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A Unique Case of Non-Capture of Permanent Pacemaker Lead: Delayed Lead Perforation and Cardiac Tamponade

Raja Shariff REF, Wen LC, Khir RN, Ibrahim KS, Kasim S

We report a rare case of delayed cardiac perforation that progressed to cardiac tamponade and initially presented as loss of pacemaker lead capture. A 50-year-old female with a singlelead permanent...
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A successfully treated case of primary purulent pericarditis complicated by cardiac tamponade and pneumopericardium

Beom JW, Ko Y, Boo KY, Lee JG, Choi JH, Joo SJ, Moon JH, Kim SW, Kim SY

Acute pericarditis is caused by various factors, but purulent pericarditis is rare. Primary purulent pericarditis in immunocompetent hosts is very rare in the modern antibiotics era. We report a successfully...
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Traumatic Tricuspid Regurgitation as a Cause of Failure to Wean from Mechanical Ventilation

Jeon YB, Park CH, Ma DS

A 55-year-old man underwent emergent sternotomy due to cardiac tamponade occurring just after an accidental fall from a 10-m height. Tricuspid valve regurgitation was found on echocardiography while he was...
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Cardiac Tamponade Associated with Acupuncture

Lee JH, Jin SC, Choi WI, Lee DK

Acupuncture is regarded as a relatively safe procedure, but it may have various complications. Cardiac tamponade after acupuncture is an extremely rare complication but can have fatal outcomes. We present...
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Impending Cardiac Tamponade and Hemorrhagic Pleural Effusion as Initial Presentations of Incomplete Kawasaki Disease: A Case Report

Kim YJ, Kim KM, Lee JY, Yoon JH, Jeong DC, Park WY, Kim GB

Kawasaki disease (KD) is an acute febrile illness that is characterized by systemic inflammation usually involving medium-sized arteries and multiple organs during the acute febrile phase, leading to associated clinical...
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Anesthetic Management for Cardiac Tamponade in Patient with LVAD

Lee SH, Lee JW, Park JH, Kim JS

When pericardial tamponade occurs to the left ventricular assist device (LVAD) implanted patients, typical hemodynamic signs of tamponade such as tachycardia and pulsus paradoxus may be masked by LVAD action....
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Anesthetic Management for Cardiac Tamponade in Patient with LVAD

Lee SH, Lee JW, Park JH, Kim JS

When pericardial tamponade occurs to the left ventricular assist device (LVAD) implanted patients, typical hemodynamic signs of tamponade such as tachycardia and pulsus paradoxus may be masked by LVAD action....
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Anesthetic Management for Cardiac Tamponade in Patient with LVAD

Lee SH, Lee JW, Park JH, Kim JS

When pericardial tamponade occurs to the left ventricular assist device (LVAD) implanted patients, typical hemodynamic signs of tamponade such as tachycardia and pulsus paradoxus may be masked by LVAD action....
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Late complication of the Nuss procedure: recurrent cardiac tamponade

Park WJ, Son JW, Park KH, Kim YM, Nam JH, Choi KU, Kim JH

Pectus excavatum (PE) is known as one of the most common congenital deformities of the anterior chest wall. The Nuss procedure is an effective surgical therapy to correct PE. Here,...
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Cardiac Tamponade during Endovascular Repair of Thoracic Aortic Dissection

Seo YH, Chung JH, Son HD

Endovascular aortic repair is often performed for the treatment of aortic disease because of less invasiveness and fewer complications. Cardiac tamponade is a fatal disease that can lead to death...
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Type A Aortic Dissection with Concomitant Acute Myocardial Infarction and Cardiac Tamponade: An Autopsy Case

Noh SJ, Sim MS, Ahn AR, Lee H

Aortic dissection is an uncommon, life-threatening medical emergency that is associated with a high mortality rate, and death from aortic dissection is mainly related to secondary complications, namely cardiac tamponade,...
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Disappearance of pericardial effusion by suspected pericardial-pleural fistulain a Miniature Schnauzer dog

Kim H, Kang JH, Chang D

A 13-year-old spayed female Miniature Schnauzer was presented with complaints of intermittent syncope. Pericardial effusion was confirmed based on the physical examination, thoracic radiographs and echocardiography. Subsequently, prompt pericardiocentesis was...
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A Life-Threatening Bronchogenic Cyst

Han SJ, Cho HJ, Kang MW, Yu JH, Na MH, Kang SK

A bronchogenic cyst causing cardiac tamponade is a rare condition. We report an unusual case of a bronchogenic cyst that caused cardiac tamponade. A 49-year-old female patient presented at our...
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Neonatal Diaphragmatic Hemangioma associated with Diffuse Neonatal Hemangiomatosis treated with Coil Embolization

Bae KN, Ha KS, Hong YS

Neonatal diaphragmatic hemangioma (NDH) with diffuse neonatal hemangiomatosis has rare incidence. Hydrops fetalis can be found on prenatal ultrasonography and pleural effusion, pericardial effusion, and ascites can be found on...
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A Case Report of Primary Pericardial Malignant Mesothelioma Treated with Pemetrexed and Cisplatin

Kim JS, Lim SY, Hwang J, Kang EJ, Choi YJ

Primary pericardial malignant mesothelioma (PPM) is a very rare malignancy, with an incidence of less than 0.002% and represents less than 5% of all mesotheliomas. The cause of pericardial mesothelioma...
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Emergency department point-of-care ultrasonography improves time to pericardiocentesis for clinically significant effusions

Alpert EA, Amit U, Guranda L, Mahagna R, Grossman S, Bentancur

OBJECTIVE: Our objective was to determine the utility of point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) to identify and guide treatment of tamponade or clinically significant pericardial effusions in the emergency department (ED). METHODS: This...
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