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Cardiac Tamponade Caused by Epigastric Acupuncture: A Case Report

Kim JK

Acupuncture is considered a relatively safe procedure. However, there are serious adverse effects; neurological damage, pneumothorax, cardiac tamponade, serum hepatitis, bacterial and viral infections may occur. Cardiac tamponade is considered...
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Ventricular Fibrillation Soon after Endobronchial Epinephrine Application in a Young Man: A Case Report

Shin YM, Kim JH, Kim HW, Choi BS, Jeong JG, Hwang JW, Seo KW, Ahn JJ, Ra SW

Ventricular fibrillation and cardiac arrest rarely occur after local application of epinephrine. Local and superficial application of epinephrine is a common hemostatic method during bronchoscopy, especially after biopsies. Although high...
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Multiple Bilateral Perfusion Defects in the Infant with Acute Viral Bronchiolitis: A Case Report

Chung WJ, Choi JW, Han YJ, Park JD

Acute viral bronchiolitis (AVB) is an obstructive lung disease which frequently develops in infants and the most common functional involvement is a V/Q ratio change caused by small airway obstruction....
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A Case of Massive Pulmonary Thromboembolism Associated with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome: A Case Report

Lee JH, Koh SJ, Seong GM, Kim M, Lee JC, Han SH, Choi JC, Kim YH

Ramsay Hunt syndrome associated with the Varicella zoster virus (VZV) infection is characterized by vesicles on the pinna, otalgia, facial nerve palsy and sensorineural hearing loss. Although significant complications from...
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Safety and Feasibility of Percutaneous Tracheostomy Performed by Medical Intensivists

Yoo H, Lim SY, Park CM, Suh GY, Jeon K

BACKGROUND: Tracheostomy is one of the most commonly performed surgical procedures in the intensive care unit (ICU). After its introduction, percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy (PDT) has been recognized in western countries...
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High-frequency Chest Wall Oscillation Therapy: Clinical Effectiveness in the Patients with Pulmonary Contusion

Lee DS, Park SW, Yeom SR, Han SK, Lee SH, Ryu JH

BACKGROUND: Pulmonary contusion is the most common pulmonary parenchymal injury in blunt chest trauma and may constitute a life-threatening thoracic injury. In this study, we evaluated the usefulness of high-frequency...
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Procalcitonin as a Prognosis Marker for the Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock Patients in Emergency Department

Choi SW, Kim H, Kim KH, Shin DW, Park JS, Roh JY, Park JM

BACKGROUND: Advance in sepsis management has increased the survival of patients with sepsis. However, severe sepsis and septic shock patients still have high mortality. We intend to verify the use...
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Central Venous Catheter-related Infection in Major Burn Patients: Comparison of Subclavian Vein and Femoral Vein

Jang YH, Son YH, Kim SK, Park JM, Lee MY, Kim JM

BACKGROUND: A central venous catheter (CVC) is usually inserted in patients with severe burns and the selection of the CVC is often difficult due to widespread burned skin. We investigated...
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Atelectasis and the Risk Factors in the Patients Admitted to Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Chung WJ, Choi JW, Han YJ, Lee JK, Suh DI, Koh YY, Park JD

BACKGROUND: Atelectasis is a state of a collapsed and non-aerated region of the lung parenchyma, which is otherwise normal. This condition is usually associated with pulmonary disorders. The purpose of...
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Validation of APACHE II Score and Comparison of the Performance of APACHE II and Adjusted APACHE II Models in a Surgical Intensive Care Unit

Lee H, Choi EY, Kim YH

BACKGROUND: The ability to accurately adjust for the severity of illness in outcome studies of critically ill patients is essential for clinical audits and trials. Several studies have been carried...
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Prediction of Prognosis for Children Cared in Intensive Care Unit (ICU) after Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (HSCT)

Choi HS, Lee EJ, Lee JW, Jang PS, Chung NG, Cho B, Kim HK, Jeong DC

BACKGROUND: Pediatric Index of Mortality 2 (PIM2) is a useful scoring system for the prediction of prognosis, and Oncological Pediatric Risk of Mortality (O-PRISM) for ICU support in children with...
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Prediction of Mortality in Patients with Acute Paraquat Intoxication Using Simplified Acute Physiology Score II

You YY, Min Y, Ahn J, Choi SC, Shin Y, Jung Y, Park E

BACKGROUND: The prognosis of paraquat intoxication patients is poor and this makes the prediction of mortality important in administering aggressive treatment and admission. This article investigates the usefulness of simplified...
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The S100B Protein Could Be Used as Adjuvant Diagnostic Tool in Acute Ischemic Stroke

Jung MH, Lee DH, Kim CW

BACKGROUND: In the emergency department, the diagnosis of ischemic stroke is difficult because the diagnostic modalities are limited to non-contrast brain CT and neurologic examination. Serum S100B protein, a bio-marker...
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The Analgesic Effect of Remifentanil on Propofol Injection Pain

Jeon Y, Choi MJ, Lim CH

BACKGROUND: Pain is a common side-effect of propofol injection. A remifentanil pretreatment has been reported to decrease the incidence and intensity of pain during a propofol injection and has been...
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Ventriculostomy-related Infections in the Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit: The Risk Factors and the Outcomes

Lee JH, Cha SH, Lee JI, Kang DW, Ko JK, Han IH, Cho WH, Choi BK, Choi CH

BACKGROUND: This study was performed to analyze the risk factors for ventriculostomy-related infections (VRIs) in the neurosurgical intensive care unit (NSICU) and the relationship between these risk factors and the...
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ICU Acquired Weakness

Na SW, Koh SO

Critical care has focused on recovery from acute organ failure and resuscitation. Neuromuscular abnormalities related to critical illness is not uncommon in critically ill patients, but they were relatively underestimated...
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