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Near-complete optic nerve transection by high-pressure air

Ko SW, Lee JS, Choi HS, Ko YG, Hong HP

The use of high-pressure air instruments has become more common. Consequently, there have been a number of cases of orbital emphysema caused by contact with high-pressure air. In this case,...
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Two cases of incidental Podostroma cornu-damae poisoning

Kim HN, Do HH, Seo JS, Kim HY

Podostroma cornu-damae is a rare, deadly fungus. However, it can be easily mistaken for antler Ganoderma lucidum. In this case report, two patients made tea with the fungus and drank...
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Free open access medical education: a critical appraisal of techniques for quality assessment and content discovery

Grock A, Paolo W

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What's on tablet PC: an introduction to FOAM at home

Singer AJ, Morley EJ, Mallemat H

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Cardiac physiologic regulation of sub-type specific adrenergic receptors in transgenic mice overexpressing β₁- and β₂-adrenergic receptors

Kim KE, Tae HJ, Natalia P, Lee JC, Ahn JH, Park JH, Kim IH, Ohk TG, Park CW, Cho JH, Won MH

OBJECTIVE: Combination of β₁-adrenergic receptor (AR) blockade and β₂-AR activation might be a potential novel therapy for treating heart failure. However, use of β-AR agonists and/or antagonists in the clinical...
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A study on the disaster medical response during the Mauna Ocean Resort gymnasium collapse

Cha MI, Kim GW, Kim CH, Choa M, Choi DH, Kim I, Wang SJ, Yoo IS, Yoon HD, Lee KH, Cho SJ, Heo T, Hong ES

OBJECTIVE: To investigate and document the disaster medical response during the Gyeongju Mauna Ocean Resort gymnasium collapse on February 17, 2014. METHODS: Official records of each institution were verified to select...
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Comparison between an instructor-led course and training using a voice advisory manikin in initial cardiopulmonary resuscitation skill acquisition

Min MK, Yeom SR, Ryu JH, Kim YI, Park MR, Han SK, Lee SH, Park SW, Park SC

OBJECTIVE: We compared training using a voice advisory manikin (VAM) with an instructor-led (IL) course in terms of acquisition of initial cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills, as defined by the 2010...
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Chest compression quality, exercise intensity, and energy expenditure during cardiopulmonary resuscitation using compression-to-ventilation ratios of 15:1 or 30:2 or chest compression only: a randomized, crossover manikin study

Kwak SJ, Kim YM, Baek HJ, Kim SH, Yim HW

OBJECTIVE: Our aim was to compare the compression quality, exercise intensity, and energy expenditure in 5-minute single-rescuer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) using 15:1 or 30:2 compression-to-ventilation (C:V) ratios or chest compression...
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The clinical significance of changes in red blood cell distribution width in patients with community-acquired pneumonia

Lee SM, Lee JH, Kim K, Jo YH, Lee J, Kim J, Hwang JE, Ko YS, Ha C, Jang S, Park H

OBJECTIVE: Red cell distribution width (RDW) is associated with mortality in patients with community- acquired pneumonia (CAP). However, little is known about the effect of changes in RDW during treatment...
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Extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation among patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

Choi DH, Kim YJ, Ryoo SM, Sohn CH, Ahn S, Seo DW, Lim JY, Kim WY

OBJECTIVE: Extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation (ECPR) may be considered as a rescue therapy for patients with refractory cardiac arrest. Identifying patients who might benefit from this potential life-saving procedure is crucial...
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Admission rates for emergency department patients with venous thromboembolism and estimation of the proportion of low risk pulmonary embolism patients: a US perspective

Singer AJ, Thode HC, Peacock WF

OBJECTIVE: Introduction of target specific anticoagulants and recent guidelines encourage outpatient management of low risk patients with venous thromboembolism. We describe hospital admission rates over time for patients presenting to...
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Pulmonary embolism: the diagnosis, risk-stratification, treatment and disposition of emergency department patients

Corrigan D, Prucnal C, Kabrhel C

The diagnosis or exclusion of pulmonary embolism (PE) remains challenging for emergency physicians. Symptoms can be vague or non-existent, and the clinical presentation shares features with many other common diagnoses....
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