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Pediatric critical procedures in the emergency department

Foster AA, Eisenberg MA

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Case of cardiac arrest due to carbon dioxide poisoning following an explosion of a carbon dioxide tank

Ok YB, Kim JY, Baek KJ, Lee KR, Hong DY, Park SO, Kim JW, Kim SY

Carbon dioxide is widely used for a variety of purposes. As it is a normal constituent of air, the public generally regards it as safe. Although low concentrations of carbon...
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Characteristics and outcomes of public bath-related out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in South Korea

Yoo YJ, Kim GW, Lee CA, Park YJ, Lee KM, Cho JS, Jeong WJ, Choi HJ, Choi HJ, Heo NH, Moon HJ

Objective To analyze the differences in characteristics and outcomes between public bath (PB)- related and non-PB-related out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) patients in South Korea. Methods We performed a retrospective observational analysis...
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Getting to the heart of the issue: senior emergency resident electrocardiogram interpretation and its impact on quality assurance events

Bilello LA, Pascheles C, Gurley K, Rappaport D, Chiu DT, Grossman SA, Rosen CL

Objective Electrocardiogram (ECG) interpretation skills are of critical importance for diagnostic accuracy and patient safety. In our emergency department (ED), senior third-year emergency medicine residents (EM3s) are the initial interpreters...
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Differential diagnostic factors of type 1 and type 2 myocardial infarction in patients with elevated cardiac troponin levels

Seo Y, Paik J, Shin S, Kim A, Kang S

Objective Emergency physicians experience difficulty in determining the disposition of patients with elevated troponin I levels using emergency room tests. In this study, we aimed to investigate factors that could...
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Long-term benefits of chest compression-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation training using real-time visual feedback manikins: a randomized simulation study

Jang TC, Ryoo HW, Moon S, Ahn JY, Lee DE, Lee WK, Kwak SG, Kim JH

Objective Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) education with a feedback device is known to result in better CPR skills compared to one without the feedback device. However, its long-term benefits have not...
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Predicting 30-day mortality of patients with pneumonia in an emergency department setting using machine-learning models

Kang SY, Cha WC, Yoo J, Kim T, Park JH, Yoon H, Hwang SY, Sim MS, Jo IJ, Shin TG

Objective This study aimed to confirm the accuracy of a machine-learning-based model in predicting the 30-day mortality of patients with pneumonia and evaluating whether they were required to be admitted...
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Trampoline-related injuries in children: a nationwide cross-sectional study in South Korea

Lee G, Kim DK, Park JW, Kwak YH, Jung JY

Objective Trampoline-related injuries have increased in South Korea. However, little research has been conducted on this topic. This study aimed to show the characteristics of pediatric trampoline-related injuries in South...
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Diagnostic performance and optimal cut-off values of cardiac biomarkers for predicting cardiac injury in carbon monoxide poisoning

Park JH, Heo R, Kang H, Oh J, Lim TH, Ko BS

Objective This study aimed to compare the diagnostic performance of cardiac biomarkers and to evaluate the optimal cut-off values for echocardiographic cardiac injury prediction in patients with carbon monoxide (CO)...
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Risk of injury after emergency department visit for acute peripheral vertigo: a matched-cohort study

Kim H, Lee S, Kim J

Objective Peripheral vertigo is one of the most common causes of the emergency department (ED) visits. It can impair balance and might predispose patients to injuries after discharge. The purpose...
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Effect of alcohol intake on the severity of injuries caused by slipping down

Yun KS, Cho JS, Lim YS, Jang JH, Yang HJ, Choi WS

Objective Alcohol consumption is associated with an increased risk of injuries. However, its effects on injury severity and mortality remain unclear. Specifically, the effects of alcohol intake on the severity...
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Usefulness of ischemia-modified albumin in the diagnosis of sepsis/septic shock in the emergency department

Choo SH, Lim YS, Cho JS, Jang JH, Choi JY, Choi WS, Yang HJ

Objective No studies have evaluated the diagnostic value of ischemia-modified albumin (IMA) for the early detection of sepsis/septic shock in patients presenting to the emergency department (ED). We aimed to...
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Mortality difference between early-identified sepsis and late-identified sepsis

Jee W, Jo S, Lee JB, Jin Y, Jeong T, Yoon JC, Park B

Objective The aim of the study was to compare the mortality rates of patients with early-identified (EI) sepsis and late-identified (LI) sepsis. Methods We performed a retrospective chart review of patients...
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Use of ultra-low cost fitness trackers as clinical monitors in low resource emergency departments

Dagan A, Mechanic OJ

In low resource hospitals, strained staffing ratios and lack of telemetry can put patients at risk for clinical deterioration and unexpected cardiac arrest. While traditional telemetry systems can provide real-time...
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COVID-19: challenges and opportunities

Singer AJ, Fries BC

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Diaphragmatic rupture with inferior phrenic artery bleeding caused by cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Rossi UG, Ierardi AM, Cariati M

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