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Repeated Cerebral Infarctions after Operation for Compound Depressed Skull Fracture: A Case Report

Yun JH

Open skull fracture with a dirty and depressed lesion can lead to post-traumatic complications such as an embolic or hemorrhagic infarction, although the incidence is very rare. We report on...
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Have You Ever Suspected Stercoral Perforation?: A Case Report

Cho YS, Jung CH, Jang HY

Diagnosis and management of abdominal pain in old age is considered a challenge to emergency physicians. Stercoral perforation is an infrequent event, which most commonly develops in old age. We...
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Intussusception after Abdominal Trauma in a Child

Lee HJ, Jang HY, Kim JW, Jun DH, Yoo BD

Intussusception is the most common abdominal emergency in children younger than 2 years old. It is often considered idiopathic. However, an underlying disease can cause a pathological lead point for...
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A Case of Mesentero-axial Gastric Volvulus Presenting as Recurrent Vomiting of a Children

Koh CY

Acute gastric volvulus in children is a rare condition, but a potentially life-threatening cause of upper gastrointestinal obstruction requiring prompt diagnosis and treatment. However, the symptoms are ambiguous, so that...
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Early Antibiotic Administration and Mortality in Patients with Septic Shock in Emergency Department

Lee YJ, Ryoo SM, Oh SH, Ko BS, Sohn CH, Ahn S, Seo DW, Lee YS, Lim KS, Kim WY

PURPOSE: The Surviving Sepsis Campaign recommend initiating broad spectrum antibiotics within the first hour of recognition of septic shock. An unknown proportion of the effectiveness of earlier antibiotics administration will...
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Antipyretic Efficacy of Intravenous Propacetamol in the Management of Fever for Children Less than 15 Years of Age in an Emergency Center

Chun J, Je S, Park K, Bae J, Chung T, Kim E, Choi S, Kim O

PURPOSE: Fever is one of the most common symptoms in children visiting the emergency department. When oral antipyretics use is limited, IV antipyretics may be necessary for control of fever....
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Relation between Inferior Vena Cava Collapsibility and Central Venous Pressure

Lee BC, Kim JY, Hong YS, Choi SH, Yoon YH, Moon SW, Lee SW

PURPOSE: For evaluation of volume status in the emergency department, central venous pressure (CVP) measurement is a standard practice. However, this is an invasive method. Measuring inferior vena cava (IVC)...
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Effect of Rapid Administration Time to Analgesia on Adequate Pain Relief in the Emergency Department

Lee SJ, Kim SH, Oh SH, Kim HJ, Park KN

PURPOSE: Patients presenting to an emergency department (ED) with pain related complaint continue to experience significant delay to analgesia. This study was conducted in order to evaluate the associations of...
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Comparison of the Diameter-Dependent Lubricant Effects on Stylet Removal from an Endotracheal Tube

Heo SJ, Kim HJ, Chai YS, Park SS, Kang IG, Lee JK, Lee MJ, Chung SP, Lee BY

PURPOSE: A stylet aids intubation as a glottis by changing and maintaining the bending inside the endotracheal tube and is used as an auxiliary device in intubation. The aim of...
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Adequacy of Videos for Adult Basic Life Support in a Portal Site of Korea

Ryu SB, Kim JH, Park KN, Kim SW, Park JT

PURPOSE: Prompt initiation of effective cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and defibrillation is underlined in the guideline. Many people search health-related information on the internet. The objective of this study was to...
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The Relation between Coagulation Profile Test and Outcome in Survivors who were Treated with Therapeutic Hypothermia after Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Lee DH, Oh JS, Kim SW, Choi KH, Park KN

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to clarify the clinical significance of coagulation factor as a prognostic tool in patients with cardiac arrest treated with therapeutic hypothermia (TH). METHODS: We...
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External Validation of Scoring Systems for Pelvic Inflammatory Disease and Acute Appendicitis for Acute Abdominal Pain of Reproductive-aged Women in Emergency Department

Kang E, Lee HJ, Shin JH, Hong K, Jung JH

PURPOSE: Differential diagnosis of acute abdominal pain of the childbearing age woman is a difficult challenge to the emergency physician. Clinical scoring systems for pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and acute...
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The Correlation between Stool Exams and Abdominal Computed Tomography (CT) Findings in the Patients with Acute Diarrhea Visiting Emergency Department (ED)

Ha M, Kwack CH, Kang JH, Han KH, Min JH, Park JS, Lee SW, Kim H

PURPOSE: Stool exams are a useful tool for the early presumptive diagnosis of infectious bacterial diarrhea in the Emergency Department (ED). CT scans are often used to increase the physician's...
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Appropriateness of Glasgow-Blatchford Scoring System in Early Prediction of High Risk Group for Old Age Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding Patients Visiting Emergency Department

Park KH, Lee CJ, Chun JM, Bae JK, Je SM, Chung TN, Kim EC, Choi SW, Kim OJ

PURPOSE: Upper gastrointestinal bleeding (UGIB) is one of the most common causes of emergency department (ED) presentation which can lead to a fatal condition. Many clinical scoring systems intended to...
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The Appropriateness of Modified Trauma Team Activation Protocol for Trauma Patients in Emergency Department

Hwang JH, Choi SP, Wee JH, Park JH, Cha K

PURPOSE: Rapid multidisciplinary trauma care by trauma team is essential for severely injured patients. Different protocols for trauma team activation are used in each hospital. Correct trauma triage is needed...
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Analysis of the Factors that Affect Emergency Department Length of Stay in Patients with Orbital Wall Fracture

Suh J, Kim H, Jo Y, Choi J, Kim H

PURPOSE: The aim of this study un to determine factors that affect Emergency department (ED) Length of Stay (LOS) in patients with orbital wall fracture. METHODS: We retrospectively analyzed orbital fracture...
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Availability of the Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter Measured by Using Facial CT as a Predictive Factor for Traumatic Brain Injury in the Emergency Department

Choi HJ, Moon HJ, Lee JW, Kim JH, Jeong DK, Kim KH, Kim YK, Ko MJ, Choi JH

PURPOSE: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs frequently in patients with facial injuries. In patients with facial injuries without neurologic deficit, it is a challenging decision for emergency physicians whether brain...
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