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Early Posterior Rectus Sheath Hernia Recurrence After Open Incisional Hernia Repair with Retrorectus Mesh Placement

Klimovich GV, Zhou R, Roberts KE

A 51-year-old female underwent recurrent open incisional hernia repair with retrorectus mesh placement. Early in the post-operative course, she developed a hernia reoccurrence secondary to breakdown of the staple line,...
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Perioperative Management of a Patient with Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis: A Case Report

Bae SI, Hwang Y, Kim J, Tak S, Sohn JT

Potassium imbalances can be life-threatening and must be identified and corrected prior to surgery. Patients with hypokalemic periodic paralysis (hypoKPP) experience recurrent muscle weakness or paralysis due to hypokalemia. We...
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Short Bowel Syndrome from Strangulated Internal Hernia After Childbirth in a Patient With a History of Gastric Bypass Surgery: Case Report

Lee J, Ha TS, Choi J, Kwon Y, Kim Z

Bariatric patients are at risk of diverse complications, such as bowel obstruction, internal hernia, and mesenteric thrombosis, which can result in massive small bowel resection with short bowel syndrome (SBS)...
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Emergency Department Laparotomy Can Be a Resuscitative Option for Patient with Cardiac Arrest and Impending Arrest due to Intra-Abdominal Hemorrhage

Park CI, Kim JH, Lee KH, Ryu DY, Sun HW, Kim GH, Lee SB, Park SJ, Kim H, Yeom SR

Purpose: Managing patients with hemorrhagic shock is mainly dependent on stopping the bleeding as fast as possible. Emergency Department laparotomy (EDL) is considered one of the approaches to control intra-abdominal...
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Lessons Learnt in The Management of Acute Complications following Liver Injury in Children

Vasudeva RB, Gadgade BD, Lakshmi PD

Purpose: Liver injuries constitute an important cause of hospital admissions, pediatric morbidity, and sometimes mortality. This study was undertaken to assess the spectrum of pediatric liver injuries with special emphasis...
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Usefulness of a Vascular Clipping System to Create an Arteriovenous Fistula

Lee JS, Nam KJ, Yoon SY, Lee KO, Han HJ, Cho SJ, Park JW, Song TJ

Purpose: The vascular clipping system (VCS) is beneficial as it is simple and easy to apply for microvascular suturing. Arteriovenous fistula (AVF) creation is a very basic standard technique of...
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10 Years of Acute Care Surgery: Experiences in a Single Tertiary University Hospital in Korea

Kim TH, Park JY, Jung YT, Lee SH, Jung MJ, Lee JG

Purpose: Acute care surgery (ACS) has been shown to improve patient outcome and treatment efficiency in the U.S. ACS was introduced to the Department of Surgery, Yonsei University College of...
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Acute Kidney Injury After Trauma: Risk Factors and Clinical Outcomes

Jheong JH, Hong SK, Kim TH

Purpose: Acute kidney injury (AKI) is an uncommon but serious complication after trauma. The objective of this study was to evaluate the clinical characteristics, risk factors, and outcomes of AKI...
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A Feasible Operative Treatment Strategy for Trauma Patient with Difficulties in Closing the Abdomen during Open Abdomen Management (OAM) Following Damage Control Surgery-Secondary Publication

Nagashima F, Inoue S

The vacuum packing closure (VPC) is often performed as temporal abdominal closure after damage control surgery (DCS). We occasionally encounter severe trauma patients whose abdomens were unable to be closed...
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Geriatric Physiology for Surgical Intensivists: Part I

Ha TS

The elderly population experiences a normal, age-related decline of physiological function in all major organ systems. The age-related changes in lung structure include decreases in chest wall compliance, respiratory muscle...
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