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Nonsustained ventricular tachycardia during outpatient anesthesia: a case report

Kim K, Kim S

During the perioperative period, anesthesiologists frequently observe cardiac tachyarrhythmia. Ventricular tachycardia is very rare in non-cardiac surgeries. However, it can be fatal when it occurs. Therefore, anesthesiologists should be watchful...
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A retrospective analysis of outpatient anesthesia management for dental treatment of patients with severe Alzheimer's disease

So E, Kim HJ, Karm MH, Seo KS, Chang J, Lee JH

BACKGROUND: The number of patients with Alzheimer's disease is growing worldwide, and the proportion of patients requiring dental treatment under general anesthesia increases with increasing severity of the disease. However,...
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Telephone follow-up care for disabled patients discharged after receiving dental treatment under outpatient general anesthesia

Chi SI, Lee SE, Seo KS, Choi YJ, Kim HJ, Kim HJ, Han JH, Han HJ, Lee EH, Oh A, Kwon SJ

  • KMID: 2310704
  • J Dent Anesth Pain Med.
  • 2015 Mar;15(1):5-10.
BACKGROUND: Patients were subjected to post-discharge follow-up (by telephone) in order to investigate the potential complications of outpatient general anesthesia or deep sedation that could develop in disabled dental patients...
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The Analysis of Outpatient Anesthesia for Dental Treatment in Handicapped Patients with Behavior Disorder

Ban MH, Chung SS

BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to analyze outpatient anesthesia for dental treatment in handicapped patients with behavior disorder in order to use data for carrying out better and...
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Analysis of Telephone Follow-up Data of Out-patient Anesthesia for Dental Treatment of Disability Patients

Kim MS, Seo KS, Lee JM, Kim HJ, Han JH, Han HJ, Lee EH, Shin S, Shin TJ, Kim HJ, Chang J

BACKGROUND: Some disabled patients show insufficient cooperation during dental treatment, and general anesthesia in an outpatient setting can be successfully administered. To minimize post-anesthetic complications is an essential issue, and...
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Analysis of unanticipated admission after outpatient anesthesia

Kim TK, Kim YS

  • KMID: 2169235
  • Anesth Pain Med.
  • 2010 Apr;5(2):169-172.
BACKGROUND: Outpatient anesthesia is becoming more universal because of patient comfort and reduced health care cost. But unanticipated admission after outpatient anesthesia poses patient discomfort and increases cost. We investigated...
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Effects of fentanyl and midazolam on emergence agitation following ketamine anesthesia in children

Chung EY, Song HK, Jang Y

  • KMID: 2046789
  • Anesth Pain Med.
  • 2008 Oct;3(4):316-321.
BACKGROUND: Recently, a high incidence of emergence agitation (EA) has been reported in children after sevoflurane or desflurane anesthesia. However, in case of ketamine, there are few up-to-date studies about...
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Clinical Analysis of Outpatient Anesthesia in Children with Middle Ear Ventilation Tube Insertion

Lee Y, Kwon H

BACKGROUND: Pediatric outpatient anesthesia is beneficial because it is more comfortable to children and more convenient for families, but delayed discharge causes distress for parents and children and increases...
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Propofol-N2O versus Seveflurane-N2O during Outpatient Knee Arthroscopic Surgery Using the Laryngeal Mask Airway: Hemodynamic Responses and Recovery Profiles

Kim TK, Song HK, Lee JY, Ha NK

BACKGROUND: The increasing number of outpatient surgery which requiring the rapid, smooth induction of anesthesia with rapid recovery may lead to the use propofol or sevoflurane. Our objective was to...
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The Cardiovascular Changes of Propofol-Fentanyl as a Sedative-analgesic for Outpatient Lithotripsy

So KY, Cho NS

Intravenous anesthesia, using sedative for the rapid loss of consciousness and analgesic for the potent and short-acting effect, has been widely done. So tbis study is aimed to see if...
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The Effects of Esmolol on cardiovascular and Centroneural System in Anesthesia with Ketamine and Midazolam for Chemical Facial Peeling

Shin HW, Oh IY, Cho H, Woo YC, Lim HJ, Kim NS, Chang SH

One of the indications of outpatient surgery is chemical peeling of the face. It usually requires deep sedation with analgesia of short duration. For this purpose we tried to use...
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A Clinical Review of the Deep Sedation Anesthesia with Midazolam, Fentanyl and Esmolol for the Facial Chemical Peeling

Chang SH, Kim JY, Rhim SY, Lee HW, Lim HJ, Kim NS, Ahn DS

To investigate the clinical usefulness of the intravenous anesthesia of the facial chemical peeling with midazolam(0.1 mg/kg)-fentanyl(3 ug/kg) - esmolol(initial 500 ug/kg,maintenance 200 ug/kg/min), the authors took 133 cases into...
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The Anesthesia for Outpatient Facial Chemical Peeling Using Ketamine and Midazolam

Jeon EH, Kong MH, Chang SH, Kim NS, Cho H, Lim HJ

The surgeries based on the outpstient department have increased recently. One of the indications of outpatient surgery is chemical peeling of the face that usually re- quires only deep sedation...
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Clinical Evaluation of Outpatient Anesthesia for Pediatric General Sugery

Shin YS, Kim SY, Shim JS, Nam YT, Kim JR, Hong J, Hwang EH

Anesthesia for thoracic surgery is most commonly performed with the patient in the lateral decubitus position, with nondependent hemithorax comprising the operation field. When one-lung ventilation is employed, the nondependent...
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