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Erratum: Sedative Effect of Submucosal Midazolam after Oral Chloral Hydrate or Hydroxyzine in Children

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This erratum is being published to correct the error on original article
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Pneumonia after Dental Treatment under Ambulatory General Anesthesia in Mentally Retard Patient: A Case Report

Seo KS, Chang J, Shin TJ, Yi YE, Kim HJ

A 15-years-old female patient with seizure disorder and pervasive developmental disorder was scheduled for dental treatment under ambulatory general anesthesia. She had past history of pneumonia and herpes encephalitis when...
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Difficult Intubation in Patients Undergone Oromaxillary Surgery: Retrospective Study

Kwon OS, Kim CH

BACKGROUND: This retrospective study aims to describe the airway management and to search predictive parameter for difficult intubation in 700 patients undergoing oromaxillary surgery. METHODS: The medical records of 700 patients...
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Comparison of the Use of Midazolam Only with Midazolam Combined with Fentanyl or Propofol in IV sedation

Lee DH, Kim JW, Lee SJ, Kim JH, Jang TH, An SH, Jang HS

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to compare the use of midazolam only with midazolam with fentanyl or propofol in IV sedation. METHODS: 24 cases were divided to midazolam group...
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Monitoring of Patient during Sedation

Seo KS

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