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Retrosternal Hemorrhage after Cardiac Compression

Kang BH, Moon J, Jung K, Huh Y

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Mechanical Obstruction of the Small Bowel by a Dried Persimmon, Misdiagnosed as Intussusception

Yoo YS, Mun SP

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Adaptation of New Oral Anticoagulants for Warfarin Anticoagulated Patient with Traumatic Ongoing Hemorrhage

Ye JB, Sul YH, Lee JY, Go SJ, Choi JH

The traditional drug for anticoagulation in those with a high risk of thrombosis is a vitamin K antagonist, such as warfarin. On the other hand, this drug has several limitations...
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Takotsubo Syndrome Resulting from Traumatic Multiple Rib Fractures

Jung YJ, Kim SW, Choi JH

Takotsubo syndrome, also known as stress-induced cardiomyopathy, is a transient cardiac syndrome that mimics acute coronary syndrome. This condition should be suspected if the patient presents with chest pain after...
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Carbon Dioxide Retention after Non-Cardiac Surgery in a Patient with Cor Pulmonale

Oh TK, Cho H, Cho DS

Regional anesthesia is generally recommended over general anesthesia for non-cardiac surgeries in patients with severe pulmonary hypertension (PH) caused by pulmonary disease. However, pre-, and intra-, postoperative management are critical...
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Risk Factors Associated with Mortality of Patients with Pelvic Fractures and Hemodynamic Instability in a Korean Trauma Center

Kim MH, Shim H, Bae KS, Ryu H, Jang JY

PURPOSE: The aim of this study is to evaluate treatment outcomes and mortality risks associated with hemodynamic instability caused by severe pelvic fracture in a regional trauma center. METHODS: The medical...
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Clinical Significance of Creatine Kinase Elevation in Critically Ill Patients

Lee CW, Choi SW, Lee DS, Gil E, Park CM

PURPOSE: Creatine kinase (CK) elevation is caused by rhabdomyolysis, intense exercise, muscle damage, and several drugs. This study evaluated the clinical significance of elevated serum CK levels in patients with...
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Analysis of Neck Trauma Patients Using the Korean National Emergency Department Information System

Kim JH, Jung SW, Lee JS, Park JM, Yoon HD, Rhee JT, Kim SW, Lim B, Kim SR, Jung IY

PURPOSE: Trauma is a leading cause of death, even in previously healthy and disease-free individuals, and the mortality rate is very high in neck trauma patients. On the other hand,...
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Rehabilitation in Intensive Care Unit

Kim W

In the past, critically ill patients in intensive care units have often been managed with bed rest and sedation. On the other hand, prolonged bed rest results in deconditioning and...
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Editorial

Park CM

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