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A Sheared Catheter Fragment in the Wrist after Arterial Cannulation Attempt: A Case Report

Lee SY, Na HS, Kim MH, Kim CS, Jeon YT, Hwang JW, Do SH

Continuous measurement of arterial pressure is frequently required in the perioperative management of critically ill patients and major surgeries. The complications following arterial cannulation include hematoma, thrombosis, ischemia, infection, aneurysm...
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Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome with Chemical Pneumonitis after Aspiration of Activated Charcoal: A Case Report

Kim S, Kang NR, Sohn I, Lee H, Lee YK, Song SH

Charcoal has been commonly used for enteral detoxication although it causes few adverse effects. The major causes of morbidity and mortality secondary to activated charcoal therapy are pulmonary aspiration, gastrointestinal...
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Airway Obstruction Caused by Prevertebral Soft Tissue Swelling after Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion: A Case Report

Ku JH, Park ES, Lim YS

Acute airway obstruction after anterior cervical surgery is rare, but does occur. Airway obstruction due to prevertebral soft tissue swelling is unpredictable, but potentially lethal. We managed a 67-year-old male...
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Delayed Splenic Rupture with a 1-month Latent Period after Minor Trauma: A Case Report

Lee JS, Kwon OY, Choi HS, Hong HP, Ko YG

Delayed splenic rupture is a rare complication of blunt abdominal trauma in which the time interval from injury to splenic rupture is > 48 hours. The diagnosis can be challenging...
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Negative Pressure Pulmonary Edema and Hemorrhage after Extubation: A Case Report

Ra YS, Kim CH, Han JI, Kim DY

Negative pressure pulmonary edema (NPPE) is a rare complication of acute airway obstruction which develops after endotracheal extubation. The proposed mechanism is generation of very low negative pressure during laryngospasm...
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Neurogenic-stunned Myocardium and Pulmonary Edema Following a Ruptured Cerebral Aneurysm: A Case Report

Mun SH, Choi WJ, Mok JM, Yang JY, Woo CH

We report a case of neurogenic cardiopulmonary instability with pulmonary edema occurring after an aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. The patient's pre-operative Glasgow coma scale score was 6 and the PA chest...
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Successful Heart Transplantation after Dobutamine, Glucose-insulin-potassium, and Hormone Therapy in a Hemodynamically Unstable Cadaveric Heart Donor: A Case Report

Kim SY, Koh SO, Yoo YC, Kim HK, Yun TJ, Chang EJ, Na S

The major limitation to heart transplantation is the shortage of donor organs. In order to increase the cardiac donor pool, it is important to maintain stable hemodynamics and closely monitor...
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Epidemiological Characteristics Based on the Underlying Diseases for the Deaths Related to Pandemic H1N1 Influenza in Korea

Lee H, Kang YA, Kim HS, Shin SY, Kim JH, Kim JS, Hong SB

BACKGROUND: Since May 2009, a pandemic influenza A (H1N1) virus has emerged and spread nationwide. We describe the epidemiological characteristics of the confirmed deaths related with the 2009 H1N1 influenza...
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The Effect of Emergency Department Treatment Time on Outcomes in Acute Stroke Patients

Lee DW, Kim EC, Kim OJ, Choi SW, Park YT, Cho YK

BACKGROUND: Stroke is a disease that leads to a long period of disability and death. Accordingly, the initial treatment is so influential on the prognosis of a patient that shortening...
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Effect of Admission Time to the Medical Intensive Care Unit on Acute Critical Patient Outcomes

Park T, Hong SB, Lim CM, Koh Y

BACKGROUND: The initial management of acute critical patients is important. However, not all hospital facilities and staff are available during off-duty time. We determined the effects of intensive care unit...
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The Efficacy of Early Goal-directed Therapy in Septic Shock Patients in the Emergency Department: Severe Sepsis Campaign

Shin HJ, Lee KH, Hwang SO, Kim H, Shin TY, Kim SC

BACKGROUND: Early goal-directed therapy (EGDT) has been used for patients with severe sepsis and septic shock in the emergency department (ED). In 2003, international management guidelines for severe sepsis and...
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Antioxidants in Sepsis

Kim JY

Oxidant byproducts, such as superoxide anion (O2-) and hydrogen peroxide are produced as a consequence of normal aerobic metabolism. Because they are highly reactive with other biologic molecules, such as...
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