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The pre-hospital analysis of patients with suicide attempts in Gangwon-do

Kim GW, Cho JH, Moon JB, Park CW, Shin MC, Kim KE, Lee JS, Park YS, Ohk TG

OBJECTIVE: This study examined the characteristics of suicidal attempters, including pre-hospital patients and those who visited the emergency department. METHODS: Suicidal attempters who had been reported to the 119 call center...
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Risk factors for hospital admission in revisiting patients to the emergency department with abdominal pain

Bae JK, Kim HJ, Ryu S, Choi SW, Kang TK, Oh SC, Cho SJ, Lee SH

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to identify the clinical characteristics and risk factors associated with the admission of patients in the emergency department (ED) within 30 days after...
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The comparative study of predictive factors for prolonged length of stays that adult patients with acute appendicitis in emergency department

Jang YJ, Kim SY, Hong DY, Baek KJ, Park SO, Kim JW, Kim JY, Lee KR

OBJECTIVE: This study examined the predictive factors for prolonged length of stays of adult patients with acute appendicitis (AA) in an emergency department (ED). METHODS: This was a retrospectively clinical study...
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The influence of the decision making time by using point-of-care creatinine in patients with acute abdomen

Choi Y, Cho S, Ahn H, Min J, Jeong W, Ryu S, Oh S, Kim S, You Y, Lee J, Park J, Yoo I, Cho Y

OBJECTIVE: Radio-contrast abdomino-pelvic computed tomography (APCT) is considered the gold standard diagnostic tool for an acute abdomen in the emergency department. On the other hand, APCT has a risk of...
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Correlation between degree of pain at the emergency room and progression of appendicitis based on computed tomography

Ryu HS, Shin SJ

OBJECTIVE: Acute appendicitis is one of the most urgent surgical problems. Several factors have been considered as predictors of perforation, but this study focused on the change in pain pattern....
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Locking horizontal mattress suture as the alternative closure method for scalp lacerations difficult to suture with staple

Sah SW, Seol S, Lee WJ, Woo SH, Kim DH, Lee JY, In S, Kim B

OBJECTIVE: This paper reports the possibility of using of a locking horizontal mattress suture technique in repairing lacerations that are difficult to suture with staples. METHODS: Data were collected retrospectively over...
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Prediction of air inflow during central venous catheter insertion: experimental study

Jung HJ, Kim YW, Park CM, Park CH, Kang JH, Yoon YS

OBJECTIVE: This study examined the incidence and amount of air inflow during central venous catheter (CVC) insertion. METHODS: This study was an experimental study aimed at designing an apparatus to implement...
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Does the direction of J-tip of the guide-wire influence the misplacement of subclavian catheterization?

Kang C, Cho S, Ahn H, Min J, Jeong W, Ryu S, Oh S, Kim S, You Y, Park J, Lee J, Yoo I, Cho Y

OBJECTIVE: Central venous catheter (CVC) misplacement can result in incorrect readings of the central venous pressure, vascular erosion, and intravascular thrombosis. Several studies have examined the correlation between the guidewire...
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Relationship between emergency department crowding and initial management, mortality of severe trauma patients

Park CW, Ahn JY, Seo KS, Park JB, Lee MJ, Kim JK, Ryoo HW, Kim YJ, Lee DE, Moon S, Choe JY

OBJECTIVE: This study examined whether emergency department (ED) crowding influences the timing of the initial assessment and treatment in severe trauma patients, as well as their mortality rates. METHODS: This retrospective,...
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Utility of reverse shock index as a trauma triage tool among adult patients: concurrent use of Korean Triage and Acuity Scale

Han DH, Lee SH, Lee KW, Kim JY

OBJECTIVE: The shock index (SI), as a trauma triage tool, is a capable clinical indicator of hemodynamic instability and hypovolemic shock, but the conception of SI is contradictory to shock....
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Effect of regional climatic conditions, air pollutants, and season on the occurrence and severity of injury in trauma patients

Kim YM, Yu GG, Shin HJ, Lee SW, Park JS, Kim H

OBJECTIVE: We analyzed the association between regional weather and temporal changes on the daily occurrence of trauma emergencies and their severity. METHODS: In this cross-sectional prospective study, we investigated daily atmospheric...
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Relevance of emergency level assessment by the Korean Triage and Acuity Scale for adult patients in a local emergency medical center

Lee GW, Lee SH, Lee KW, Jang TC, Kim GM, Seo YW, Ko SH

OBJECTIVE: The Korean Triage and Acuity Scale (KTAS), which was implemented in 2016, needs to be assessed for its validity and reliability. Here we evaluate the relevance of emergency level...
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Experience of a Disaster Medical Assistant Team activation in the fire disaster at Jecheon sports complex building: limitation and importance of rescue

Jung SG, Kim YS, Kim OH, Lee KH, Kim KL, Jung WJ

OBJECTIVE: This study was designed to report on the progress of the fire at Jecheon sports complex and to assess the adequacy of Disaster Medical Assistant Team (DMAT)'s activities in...
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Association between prehospital i-gel insertion and PCOâ‚‚ in patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

Cho E, Cho EH, Kim HH, Choi SC, Min YG, Kang SY, Chae MK

OBJECTIVE: This study examined the initial partial pressure of carbon dioxide (PCOâ‚‚) as a possible indicator of prehospital ventilation and its association with prehospital i-gel in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA)...
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Effects of chest compression only cardiopulmonary resuscitation training on retention of correct cardiopulmonary resuscitation knowledge

Choi SH, Ryoo HW, Lee DE, Moon SB, Ahn JY, Kim JK, Park JB, Seo KS

OBJECTIVE: Performing high quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is important for improving the survival rate with a good neurological outcome and fewer complications. The retention of accurate CPR knowledge is essential...
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Does the placement of automated external defibrillators affect first responders' willingness to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation in high-rise residential buildings?

Lee DE, Ryoo HW, Ahn JY, Moon S, Kim JK, Kim YJ, Park JB, Kim JH, Lee KW, Jin SC

OBJECTIVE: The increasing number of people living in high-rise apartments may result in a delayed response from emergency medical technicians called out for an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, making the role...
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