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Successful Simultaneous Endovascular Repair of Traumatic Portal Vein Pseudoaneurysm and Aortic Injury

Choi SU, Kim SH, Park SJ, Park CI, Huh U, Song S, Kim CW, Choi HJ

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Damage Control Surgery with Pad Packing for Active Bleeding in Crushing Wound of Perineum and Amputated Leg Stump

Kang WS

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Delayed Splenic Pseudoaneurysm Formation after Angioembolization

Park CY

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Aberrant Left Internal Iliac Artery Originating from the Aortic Bifurcation

Park CY

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Isolated Pancreatic Transection Due to Motorcycle Accident with Endoscopic Treatment: A Case Report

Park CI, Park SJ, Kim JH, Baek DH

An isolated pancreatic transection due to blunt trauma is a rare occurrence that usually requires surgical treatment. Non-surgical treatment for a pancreatic transection remains controversial because of its associated complications....
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Stab Wound Extension for the Eviscerated Small Bowel with Severe Ischemic Changes

Lee CK, Park CY, Yeo KH, Kim HH

An abdominal stab wound with evisceration is an indication of an emergency laparotomy. We encountered a case of a very severe ischemic change in the eviscerated small bowel as a...
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Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection Prevention by Central Venous Catheter Management Staff in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit

Choi JU, Choi NJ, Hong SK, Kim TH, Keum MA, Kim SR, Lee SJ, Shin SD

PURPOSE: Patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) are more susceptible to nosocomial infections, including central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI), surgical site infection, urinary tract infection or ventilator-associated pneumonia. This...
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Predictors of Failed Laparoscopic Appendectomy in Perforated Appendicitis

Martin S, Wert Y, Lyon Z, Geraci L

PURPOSE: A recent internal review of a community-based hospital system revealed a 19.19% rate of conversion from a laparoscopic appendectomy to an open procedure. This study examined the preoperative risk...
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Acute Care Surgery: Implementation in Korea

Park CI, Kim JH, Park SJ, Kim SH, Kim HH, Hong SK, Park CM

The concept of acute care surgery (ACS) incorporates trauma, surgical critical care, and emergency general surgery. It was designed in the early 2000s by the United States as a solution...
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Abdominal Wall Reconstruction with Component Separation

Choi EJ, Kim EK

The principal goal of an abdominal wall reconstruction is to repair abdominal defects by restoring the continuity of the myofascial layer, providing functional structural support, and minimizing the risk of...
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