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Anomalous Origin of the Coronary Artery from the Pulmonary Artery in Children and Adults: A Pictorial Review of Cardiac Imaging Findings

Goo HW

Anomalous origin of the coronary artery from the pulmonary artery is a rare and potentially fatal congenital heart defect. Up to 90% of infants with an anomaly involving the left...
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A retrospective comparison for prediction of optimal length of right subclavian vein catheterization in infants: landmark-based estimation vs. linear regression model

Oh C, Hong B, Jo Y, Chung W, Kim H, Shin S, Choi AY, Lim C, Ko Y, Kim YH, Lee SY

Background: The optimal insertion length for right subclavian vein catheterization in infants has not been determined. This study retrospectively compared landmark-based and linear regression model-based estimation of optimal insertion length...
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Ultrasound-guided insertion of peripherally inserted central catheter after anesthetic induction in children undergoing surgery for moyamoya disease - Thirty cases report-

Ji SH, Yoo SJ, Cho SA, Jang YE, Kim EH, Lee JH, Kim JT, Kim HS

Background: Pediatric patients with moyamoya disease are vulnerable to ischemic attacks following physical or emotional stress, such as those experienced during blood sampling. A central venous catheter might be beneficial...
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The role of percutaneous neurolysis in lumbar disc herniation: systematic review and meta-analysis

Manchikanti L, Knezevic E, Knezevic NN, Sanapati MR, Kaye AD, Thota S, Hirsch JA

Background: Recalcitrant disc herniation may result in chronic lumbar radiculopathy or sciatica. Fluoroscopically directed epidural injections and other conservative modalities may provide inadequate improvement in some patients. In these cases,...
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Cannulation of the Portal Vein during Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography in a Patient with Choledocholithiasis

Lee WD, Song JS, Kim BS, Yang MA, Lee YJ, Jung GM, Cho YK, Cho JW, Kim JW

Cannulation of the portal vein is a rare complication of ERCP. This paper reports a case of portal vein catheterization during ERCP in a patient with choledocholithiasis. A 62-year-old man...
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Effects of a Video Education Program for Caregivers on the Maintenance of Peripheral Intravenous Catheter among Hospitalized Children

Kim MY, Kim TI

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop a video education program (VEP) for the caregivers and to verify its effectiveness on the maintenance of a peripheral intravenous catheter...
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Ultrasound-guided arterial catheterization

Cho SA, Jang YE, Ji SH, Kim EH, Lee JH, Kim HS, Kim JT

Ultrasonography facilitates arterial catheterization compared to traditional palpation techniques, especially in small arteries. For successful catheterization without complications, practitioners should be familiar with the anatomic characteristics of the artery and...
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Right Atrial Strain in the Assessment of Right Heart Mechanics in Patients with Heart Failure with Reduced Ejection Fraction

Vakilian F, Tavallaie A, Alimi H, Poorzand H, Salehi M

BACKGROUND: Cardiac catheterization is the gold standard for cardiopulmonary hemodynamic assessment, although its widespread use could be restricted due to its invasive nature. The aim of this study is to...
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Factors affecting successful esophageal foreign body removal using a Foley catheter in pediatric patients

Lim D, Kim JK, Kim YJ, Cho YJ, Cho JW, Park J, Choe JY, Choe BH

Objective This study aimed to determine the factors that affect successful esophageal foreign body (FB) removal using a Foley catheter and to identify methods to increase the success rate. Methods In...
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Peripherally inserted central catheter procedure at the bedside by a nephrologist is safe and successful

Cho S

Background: Peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) use among critically ill patients with or without acute kidney injury (AKI) has gradually increased. Ultrasound-guided bedside PICC insertion in intensive care units (ICU)...
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Massive hemothorax after central venous catheter insertion in a patient with multiple trauma

Park JH, Song J, Oh Pw

Central venous catheter (CVC) insertion is commonly used in the operating room and intensive care unit to monitor central venous pressure and secure an intravenous route to deliver medications and...
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Does MOSES pulse modulation reduce short-term catheter reinsertion following holmium laser enucleation of the prostate?

Klett DE, Baird B, Ball CT, Dora CD

Purpose: Previously published studies have shown small prostate size, capsular perforation and intraoperative bladder distension are associated with failed trial without a catheter (TWOC) after HoLEP. The study objective was...
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Sternal Retraction and Subclavian Vein Catheter Occlusion during Cardiac Surgery

Tarbiat M, Bakhshaei MH, Derakhshanfar A, Rezaei M, Ghorbanpoor M, Zolhavarieh SM

Background: Subclavian vein (SV) catheterization is a method for the delivery of fluids, drugs, and blood products, venous blood sampling, and central vein pressure monitoring in cardiac surgery. Catheter occlusion...
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A Case of Endoscopic Reduction of Isolated Maxillary Sinus Posterior Wall Fracture Using Foley Catheter

Lee HJ, Park KJ

The surgical goal for reduction of maxillofacial fracture has been focused on the reconstruction of facial buttresses. If there is fracture-displacement at non-buttress area, it close observation used to be...
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Evaluation of YouTube Videos Regarding Clean Intermittent Catheterization Application

Culha Y, Culha MG, Acaroglu R

Purpose: The aim of this study was to assess the clean intermittent catheterization (CIC) training and education videos on YouTube. Methods: This study was conducted in English language in descriptive type...
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The Comaneci Device for Entering an Acute-Angled Small Feeder during Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformation Embolization: A Novel Technique to Support Microcatheterization

Wessels L, de Vries J, Boogaarts HD

In this report, we describe the use of the Comaneci device to support microcatheterization in a small branch arising from a parent artery during embolization. In 2 cases, arteriovenous malformations...
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Changes in the Trend in Bladder Emptying Methods in Patients With Spinal Cord Injury: A 20-Year Single-Center Retrospective Study

Oh SW, Jung JH, Cho IK, Lee HJ, Kwon SH, Lee BS

Objective To review trends in bladder emptying methods over a 20-year period in patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) by severity according to the American Spinal Injury Association impairment scale...
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The Predictive Strength of Students’ Self-Efficacy, Problem Solving Skills to Perform Catheter Care

Ozlem DK, Celalettin C

Purpose: The aim of this study was to determine the predictive strength of students’ self-efficacy, problem-solving skills, and other characteristicsin performing intravenous practices and monitor phlebitis and infiltration. Methods: This...
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Efficacy of trospium for prevention of catheter-related bladder discomfort: a prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study

Srivastava VK, Agrawal S, Deshmukh S, Noushad F, Khan S, Kumar R

Background: Catheter-related bladder discomfort (CRBD) is a frequent complaint after awakening from anesthesia in patients receiving perioperative bladder catheterization. Overactive bladder (OAB) and CRBD show similar symptoms; thus, drugs used...
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Computed Tomography of the Left Atrium and Left Atrial Appendage: A Pictorial Essay on the Anatomy, Normal Variants, and Pathology

Song M, Kim SJ, Koo HJ, Kim MY, Yoo JY

Current advances in CT techniques allow thorough evaluation of the beating heart. The strengths of cardiac CT relative to echocardiography and magnetic resonance imaging are its high availability in most...
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