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Factors affecting incorrect interpretation of abdominal computed tomography in non-traumatic patients by novice emergency physicians

Lee SG, Cho H, Kim JY, Song J, Park JH

Objective Accurate interpretation of computed tomography (CT) scans is critical for patient care in the emergency department. We aimed to identify factors associated with an incorrect interpretation of abdominal CT...
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Relationship of computed tomography and emergency department revisits in febrile elderly patients

Noh M, Cho J, Beom J, Han E

  • KMID: 2519737
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2021 Aug;32(4):328-336.
Objective: The number of elderly people visiting emergency rooms is rapidly increasing. Fever is one of the common complaints of patients who come to the emergency room, and it is...
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The Etiologies of Altered Level of Consciousness in the Emergency Department: Before versus after Coronavirus Disease-19

Kim DH, Jeon JC, Kim IC, Kim Y, Cho YW, Kim KT

Background: Altered level of consciousness (ALC) is a challenging condition in the emergency department (ED). We evaluated the clinical characteristics, causes, and prognosis of adult patients presenting with ALC at...
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The Use of Point-of-care Ultrasound in Emergency Medical Centers in Korea: a National Cross-sectional Survey

Yoo J, Kang SY, Jo IJ, Kim T, Lee G, Park JE, Hwang SY, Cha WC, Shin TG, Yoon H

Background: Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is an essential tool in emergency medicine (EM). We aimed to investigate the current status and perception of POCUS use in emergency medical centers in Korea. Methods:...
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Core educational components of interprofessional education in pediatric emergencies: An integrated review

Shon S, Jeon H, Hwang H

Purpose: This study was conducted to explore the core educational components of interprofessional education (IPE) for pediatric emergencies to establish a basis for interprofessional simulation education. Methods: Using Whittemore and Knafl's...
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Association between burnout and wellness culture among emergency medicine providers

Jyothindran R, d’Etienne JP, Marcum K, Ho AF, Robinson RD, Tijerina A, Graca C, Knowles HC, Zenarosa NR, Wang H

Objective Burnout is a common occurrence among healthcare providers and has been associated with provider wellness culture. However, this association has not been extensively studied among emergency medicine (EM) providers....
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Prognostic Accuracy of the Quick Sequential Organ Failure Assessment for Outcomes Among Patients with Trauma in the Emergency Department: A Comparison with the Modified Early Warning Score, Revised Trauma Score, and Injury Severity Score

Kang MW, Ko SY, Song SW, Kim WJ, Kang YJ, Kang KW, Park HS, Park CB, Kang JH, Bu JH, Lee SK

Purpose: To evaluate the severity of trauma, many scoring systems and predictive models have been presented. The quick Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (qSOFA) is a simple scoring system based on...
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Emergency medicine residents’ needs assessment for education and training using nationwide survey

Gwon TH, Park KH, Key D, Kim IB, Kim HJ, Park SY, Seo BS, Yoon YS, Lee ES, Lee HM, Cho KH, Choi SJ

  • KMID: 2513381
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2021 Feb;32(1):61-68.
Objective: This study was conducted to identify the needs assessment for education and training of emergency medicine (EM) residents. Methods: The results of a national survey of EM residents of the...
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Association between a Multidisciplinary Team Approach and Clinical Outcomes in Patients Undergoing Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in the Emergency Department

Lee JH, Ko RE, Park TK, Cho YH, Suh GY, Yang JH

Background and Objectives: Despite recent improvements in advanced life support, the overall survival rate after cardiac arrest remains low. We aimed to examine the association of a multidisciplinary team approach...
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Agreement between medical students’ peer assessments and faculty assessments in advanced resuscitation skills examinations in South Korea

Jeong J, Park SY, Sun KH

Purpose: In medical education, peer assessment is considered to be an effective learning strategy. Although several studies have examined agreement between peer and faculty assessments regarding basic life support (BLS),...
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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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Breaking the Gender Gap: A Two-part Observational Study of the Gender Disparity Among Korean Academic Emergency Physicians

Lee MJ, Kim C

Objectives: Despite greater access to training positions and the presence of more women in emergency medicine, it has remained a men-dominated field. This study aims to identify the key issues...
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Experience of essay during the clinical clerkship in emergency medicine and inter-rater reliability on essay

Lee HJ, Park SY, Jeong JW, Kwon IH, Choi Y, Na H

  • KMID: 2504657
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2020 Jun;31(3):315-322.
Objective: An essay test is difficult to carry out because of the effort for hand scoring and the concerns about inter-rater reliability, even though the use of a rubric can...
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Appropriateness of rabies post-exposure prophylaxis in pediatric patients visiting the emergency department due to animal bite

Yoo JJ, Ko JI, Yeo WH, Park TJ, Jung SK, Kwon JH

Purpose: To study the appropriateness of rabies post-exposure prophylaxis (rPEP) for children with animal bite who visited the emergency department (ED). Methods: The study enrolled children younger than 18 years with...
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Factors Associated with Triage Modifications Using Vital Signs in Pediatric Triage: a NationwideCross-Sectional Study in Korea

Lee B, Chang I, Kim DK, Park JD, Korean Society of Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Background: Previous studies on inter-rater reliability of pediatric triage systems have compared triage levels classified by two or more triage providers using the same information about individual patients. This overlooks...
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Pediatric Injuries in Kids Cafés and Risk Factors for Significant Injuries: a 6-Year Cross-Sectional Study Using a Multicenter Injury Registry in Korea

Choi IC, Park JW, Jung JY, Kim DK, Kwak YH, Suh D, Lee SU

BACKGROUND: A kids café is a popular indoor playground in Korea that combines a playground for young children and a café for their caregivers. There have been no national reports...
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Teaching professionalism using the case of impairment for emergency medicine residents

Park KH, Kwon OY, Kang Y, Kim C, Noh H, Eo EK

  • KMID: 2511374
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2020 Dec;31(6):603-614.
Objective: This study was evaluated the behavior intention of emergency medicine residents before and after education using a vignette case about professionalism, particularly in physician impairment. The residents’ reaction to...
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Gender differences in characteristics of adolescents with suicide attempt at the emergency department

An YJ, Paek SH, Kim OJ, Kim JA, Kwon JH, Kim MJ

Purpose: This study was performed to investigate the gender differences in suicide attempts in adolescents. Methods: We reviewed the medical records of adolescents (≤ 18 years) who had visited a...
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Clinical characteristics of children who visited the emergency department with extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing Escherichia coli urinary tract infection and its risk factors

Hong Sh, Kim Hb, Chueh HW

Purpose: To identify the differences in features between children with urinary tract infection (UTI) caused by extended-spectrum beta-lactamases (ESBL)-positive and -negative Escherichia coli, and analyze risk factors for the former...
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Background and necessity of implementing the subspecialty of pediatric emergency medicine in Korea

Kwak YH, Park JD

The members of the Task Force Team of the Korean Society of Pediatric Emergency Medicine prepared the document to apply for the subspecialty accreditation of pediatric emergency medicine by the...
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