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Comparison of pre-indwelling double-J stents versus ureteral catheters for artificial hydronephrosis in percutaneous nephrolithotomy: A retrospective cohort study

Yan T, Quan K, Yan C, Yang T, Zhao Y, Shu J, He G

Purpose: To compare the clinical efficacy and safety of pre-indwelling double-J stents versus ureteral catheters for artificial hydronephrosis in percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL). Materials and Methods: We retrospectively analyzed the data of...
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Parent Artery Complex Coil Protection for Side-Branched Wide-Neck Aneurysms

Sato K, Aoki H, Jinguji S, Seto H, Kobayashi T

This study aimed to validate the usefulness of parent artery complex coil protection for the treatment of wide-neck, side-branched, and ruptured aneurysms. A microcatheter was first introduced into the aneurysmal...
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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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Efficacy and Safety of Midline Catheters with Integrated Wire Accelerated Seldinger Technique

Jeon MH, Kim CS, Han KD, Kim MJ

Purpose: The midline catheter (MC) is a peripheral venous access device with the catheter tip located in the axilla and available for mid-term intravenous (IV) therapy. This study evaluated the...
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Effects of vasopressin administration in the oral cavity on cardiac function and hemodynamics in rats

Fukami H, Sunada K

Background: The vasoconstrictive effect of epinephrine in local anesthetics affects the heart, which leads to hesitation among dentists in injecting local anesthetics into patients with cardiovascular disease. Due to its...
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Safety of immediate use of totally implantable venous access ports in adult patients with cancer: a retrospective single-center study

Lee J, Hur SM, Kim Z, Lim CW

Purpose: Totally implantable venous access ports (TIVAPs) can be used long-term for safe administration of intravenous drugs. TIVAP complications include catheter-related infections, venous thrombosis, extravasation, TIVAP migration, and pain. The...
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Portal Venous Gas after Insertion Umbilical Venous Catheter: A Case Report

Jun MJ, Han JA, Lee YY, Park YM, Bae SH, Park HW

Hepatic portal vein gas has known for a life-threatening radiologic sign associated with various under lying abdominal diseases. In neonates, air in the portal venous system is a rare finding....
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Real-time intraoperative ureter visualization with a novel Near-Infrared Ray Catheter during laparoscopic hysterectomy for gynecological cancer

Kisu I, Iida M, Shiraishi T, Iijima M, Nakamura K, Matsuda K, Hirao N

Ureteral injuries are well-known complications of gynecologic surgery, with a higher prevalence in laparoscopic surgery than in laparotomy [1]. The use of near-infrared fluorescent imaging navigation is currently being considered...
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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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Aspiration-Retriever Technique for Stroke with Large Bore Intermediate Catheter : A Single Center Experience

Nam JW, Jung NY, Park ES, Kwon SC

Objective : Early successful reperfusion is associated with favorable outcomes in acute ischemic stroke (AIS). The purpose of this study was to achieve successful recanalization by a combined mechanical thrombectomy...
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Recent Update of Accessories for ERCP

Lee TY

Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) became the standard method of choice for the management of patients with a variety of benign and malignant pancreaticobiliary disorders. A growing range of ERCP accessories...
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Fibrinolysis with Lower Dose Urokinase in Patients with Complicated Parapneumonic Effusion

Lee S, Lee H, Lee DH, Kang BH, Roh MS, Son C, Kim SH, Lee HK, Um SJ

Background: Intrapleural urokinase is one of the most widely used fibrinolytic agents in the treatment of complicated parapneumonic effusion (CPPE). However, little research has been performed on the optimal urokinase...
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Bedside Ultrasound-Guided Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter Placement by Critical Care Fellows in Critically Ill Patients: A Feasibility and Safety Study

Lim J, Chung CR, Ryu JA, Gil E

Purpose: In the intensive care unit, a peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) may be an alternative option to standard central venous catheters, particularly in patients with coagulopathies or at high...
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Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Antibiotic-Impregnated Shunt Catheters on Anti-Infective Effect of Hydrocephalus Shunt

Zhou Wx, Hou Wb, Zhou C, Yin Yx, Lu St, Liu G, Fang Y, Li Jw, Wang Y, Liu Ah, Zhang Hj

Objective : Shunt infection is a common complication while treating hydrocephalus. The antibiotic-impregnated shunt catheter (AISC) was designed to reduce shunt infection rate. A meta-analysis was conducted to study the...
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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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Technical and Clinical Considerations for Successful Management of Postoperative Bowel Perforation by Percutaneous Foley Catheter Placement

Cho Sy, Oh JS, Lee HG, Choi BG

Purpose: The aim of this study was to analyze several technical and clinical factors associated with the successful management of postoperative leakage by percutaneous Foley catheter placement. Materials and Methods: Thirty-two...
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Interventional Treatment of Chemical Pleuritis and Hemothorax Caused by Iatrogenic Internal Jugular Vein Perforation after Central Venous Port System Implantation: A Case Report

Kim DW, Kim YH, Kang UR

The perforation of the intrathoracic internal jugular vein during the placement of an implantable central venous chemoport is a rare complication that is manifested by hemothorax or hemorrhagic shock. Furthermore,...
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Liver Abscess Caused by Klebsiella oxytoca with Hepatic Artery Pseudoaneurysm: A Case Report

Lee JY, Lee HN, Lee WH, Shin HC, Kim SS, Hwang JA

Hepatic artery pseudoaneurysm is a rare but potentially life-threatening condition that usually occurs after trauma. Early recognition and prompt management are essential for preventing catastrophic consequences, such as hemoperitoneum. We...
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Merit of Zone III Resuscitative Endovascular Occlusion of the Aorta under Real-Time Fluoroscopy in Hybrid ER: A Case of REBOA in Traumatic Cardiac Arrest

Lee SD, Chung S, Ki YJ, Seo SH, Park CY

Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta (REBOA) is a novel technique to maintain proximal arterial pressure. It is important to locate the balloon catheter correctly in performing REBOA but...
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Percutaneous peritoneal dialysis catheter implantation with no break-in period: a viable option for patients requiring unplanned urgent-start peritoneal dialysis

Kim JH, Kim MJ, Ye BM, Kim JH, Kim MJ, Kim S, Kim IY, Kim HJ, Han M, Rhee H, Song SH, Seong EY, Lee SB, Lee DW

Background: Urgent-start peritoneal dialysis (PD) is applied to patients who need PD within two weeks but are able to wait for more than 48 hours before starting PD. To evaluate...
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