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Five Successful Experiences in the Treatment of Charcoal Aspiration with Bronchoscopic Toilet: A Case Report

Kim YI, Park JS, Choi JS, Jou SS, Gil HW, Hong SY

Although activated charcoal is an effective treatment for most toxic ingestions, aspiration of activated charcoal can be fatal. Here, we report that in 5 charcoal aspiration cases, bronchoscopy with suction...
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Muscular Rigidity and Pulmonary Edema Following Administration of Low Dose Fentanyl: A Case Report

Rim SK, Kim JI, Son YB, Lee JH

Fentanyl-induced muscular rigidity has been reported exclusively in patients when large fentanyl dosages were employed in the operating room or in the pediatric intensive care unit. Rigidity and pulmonary edema...
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A Fatal Case of Vocal Cord Dysfunction: A Case Report

Cho EH, Cho GW, Kwon SH, Im SH, Kim HO, Song SH, Choung WC, Kim S

Vocal cord dysfunction is characterized by the paradoxical adduction of the vocal cord during inspiration, causing relapsing wheezing or stridor, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and coughing. If the patient...
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A Case of Anaphylactoid Reaction to Gadolinium Contrast Media and Propranolol Complicated with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS): A Case Report

Kim JH, Kim KH, Jeong HC, Kim EK, Lee JH

Anaphylaxis/anaphylactoid reaction is a medical emergency. In rare cases, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) can complicate this disorder. This is a case report of an anaphylactoid reaction complicated with ARDS...
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Skin Necrosis after High Dose Vasopressor Infusion in Septic Shock: Two Case Reports

Cho AR, Kim JI, Kim EJ, Son SM

Survival sepsis campaign recommends that vasopressor therapy is required to maintain mean arterial pressure (MAP) > or = 65 mmHg. However, the absolute maximum dose of vasopressor is difficult to...
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Esophageal-Retroesophageal Right Subclavian Artery Fistula: A Case Report

Choi JH, Byun CS, Kim SM, Hwang JJ

Fistula between retroesophageal subclavian artery and esophagus is rare but a fatal complication. The purpose of this case study is to describe a case of 47-year old male presented with...
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Anesthetic Management of Whole-Lung Lavage Using Propofol-Remifentanil in a Patient with Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis

Lee JH, Chung CJ, Oh JN, Ko BJ, Choi SR

Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis (PAP) is characterized by the progressive accumulation of phospholipids and proteins within the alveolar sacs without producing an inflammatory response. Whole-lung lavage (WLL) is performed as the...
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Relationship of Temperature and Humidity with the Number of Daily Emergency Department Visits for Acute Heart Failure: Results from a Single Institute from 2008-2010

Ha SH, Song BG, Lee NK, Choi CS, Hong CK, Lee JH, Hwang SY

BACKGROUND: The incidence of acute heart failure (AHF) increases in cold weather. Whether or not AHF has seasonal variation in Korea is unclear, and the influence of humidity on AHF...
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Nutrition Support in the Intensive Care Unit of 6 Korean Tertiary Teaching Hospitals: A National Multicenter Observational Study

Lee SM, Kim SH, Kim Y, Kim E, Baek HJ, Lee S, Lee H, Chang CH, Shin CS

BACKGROUND: Malnutrition is a frequent nutritional problem among ICU patients, and their nutritional status is known to affect clinical prognosis. We conducted this study to examine nutritional status and actual...
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Usefulness of Screening Criteria System Used by Medical Alert Team in a General Hospital

Joo H, Park SH, Hong SB, Lim CM, Koh Y, Lee YS, Huh JW

BACKGROUND: Rapid response team (RRT) is becoming an essential part of patient safety by the early recognition and management of patients on general hospital wards. In this study, we analyzed...
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Muscle Relaxants in Critically Ill Patients with Renal Disease

Chon JY

Critical illness often results in renal dysfunction. Renal disease includes acid base imbalance, electrolyte shift and neuromuscular disturbances in critically ill patients, who are influenced by the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics...
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