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Cerebral Fat Embolism after Traumatic Multiple Fracture: A Case Report

Kim HH, Park YC, Lee DK, Park CY, Kim JH, Kim YD, Kim JC

  • KMID: 2224139
  • J Korean Soc Traumatol.
  • 2013 Jun;26(2):58-62.
A cerebral fat embolism is an uncommon but serious complication of long bone fracture. It can be fatal, and early detection is not easy. Neurologic symptoms are variable, and the...
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Traumatic Perforation of the Duodenal Diverticulum: A Case Report

Kim HH, Park YC, Lee DK, Park CY, Kim JH, Kim YD, Kim JC

  • KMID: 2224138
  • J Korean Soc Traumatol.
  • 2013 Jun;26(2):53-57.
A duodenal diverticulum is a frequent abnormality that is usually diagnosed incidentally. Clinical manifestations usually mimic those of highly-varied entities. Among the complications of a duodenal diverticulum, perforation is fairly...
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Why do Multiple-trauma Patients Stay Longer in the Intensive Care Unit?; A Comparison of Injury Severity Score and The Number of Injured Regions

Jo MJ, Lee SH, Cho SJ, Yeom SR, Han SK, Park SW, Lee DS

  • KMID: 2224137
  • J Korean Soc Traumatol.
  • 2013 Jun;26(2):47-52.
PURPOSE: Injury severity score (ISS), a widely used scoring system, is used to define the severity of trauma in multiple-trauma patients. Nevertheless, ISS cut-off value for predicting the outcome of...
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Relationship of Mean Arterial Pressure with the Adverse Outcomes in Adult Blunt Trauma Patients: Cross-sectional Study

Cha SY, Kim YH, Hong CK, Lee JH, Cho KW, Hwang SY, Lee KY, Lee Y, Choi SH

  • KMID: 2224136
  • J Korean Soc Traumatol.
  • 2013 Jun;26(2):39-46.
PURPOSE: Non-invasive blood pressure measurement is widely used as a pre-hospital triage tool for blunt trauma patients. However, scant data exits for using the mean arterial pressure (MAP), compared to...
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