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Risk factors for acute bronchiolitis-related return visits to the emergency department

Kook Y, Lee JS, Ryu JM

Purpose: Acute bronchiolitis (AB)-related return visits incur overuse of emergency medicine resources, crowding of emergency departments (EDs), and deterioration of rapport with the guardians. The authors aimed to analyze factors...
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Acute primary gastric volvulus occurring after overeating in a 12-year-old girl

Chung YS

Gastric volvulus is a rare cause of recurrent abdominal pain or vomiting. This report presents a case of a 12-year-old girl with acute gastric volvulus and 2-hour history of epigastric...
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Potential benefit of a screening tool in selecting head-injured children aged 36 months or younger who can cooperate in computed tomography

Kim JS, Kim DH, Lee DW, Kim S

Purpose: We aimed to investigate the benefit of a screening tool in selecting head-injured children who can potentially cooperate with computed tomography (CT). Methods: The study population consisted of head-injured children...
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Point-of-care lactate: a predictor of emergency medicine resource use and outcomes in infants with diarrhea

Lee J, Moon HJ, Kim DE, Jeoung D, Kim HJ, Lee HJ, Lee D

Purpose: Fluid therapy for diarrhea-induced dehydration inadvertently increases emergency department length of stay (EDLOS). To prevent this delay, we investigated the usefulness of triage using point-of-care (POC) lactate in infants...
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Outcome prediction of pediatric drowning

Park MS, Seo WH, Je BK, Song DJ, Kwon JH

Purpose: Despite the well-known mortality of pediatric drowning, there is a paucity of evidence on the implications of an initial evaluation on the relevant outcome of drowning. This study aimed...
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A case of desmoid tumor-induced external iliac vein compression misidentified as deep vein thrombosis

Koh CY

Desmoid tumor, also known as desmoid-type fibromatosis, is a rare, intermediate, locally aggressive tumor with a high possibility of local infiltration and recurrence, potentially leading to life-threatening problems. We report...
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Occult bacteremia in children with simple febrile seizure in the post-pneumococcal conjugate vaccine era

Yoon GS, Chung HJ, Byun YH, Kim MJ, Park SH, Paek SH, Kim OJ, Kwon JH

Purpose: The authors aimed to investigate the utility of blood culture (BC) for children with simple febrile seizure (SFS) in the emergency department (ED) in the post-10/13-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine...
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Epidemiologic features of pediatric genital injury in emergency departments in Korea

Jung JY, Park K, Lee SU, Park JW, Kwak YH, Kim DK, Lee JH, Kwon H, Jung JH, Suh D, Hwang S, Lee HN

Purpose: Genital injury is a common pediatric injury. Given the lack of nationwide data, the authors aimed to show age group-related epidemiologic features of genital injury in Korea. Methods:We reviewed the...
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Long-term impact of coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic on emergency department utilization in a metropolitan emergency department in Korea

Hwang SY, Lee JK, Ryu HS, Park SS, Choi JY, Lee HJ, Hur SH, Park YG, Choi HS

Purpose: As coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic has been prolonged, it became crucial to analyze the long-term impact of the pandemic on emergency department (ED) utilization for efficient use of emergency...
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Abdominal compartment syndrome in a 10-year-old boy with delayed presentation of congenital aganglionic megacolon

Jeong K, Jang PS

Abdominal compartment syndrome (ACS) involves adverse physiologic consequences arising from the increased intra-abdominal pressure, leading to high mortality. However, this syndrome has been scarcely reported in pediatric emergency settings. We...
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Inguinal hernia containing the uterus and both adnexa in a full-term infant

Lee DK, Park JS, Choi SJ, Lee JY

We report a case of inguinal hernia that contained the entire uterus and both adnexa, presenting with an irreducible soft mass in the left groin and asymmetric labia majora, in...
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A case of stacked coin ingestion mistaken for button battery

Kim SR, Park JS, Oh SH, Lee JY

Button battery ingestion requires emergency endoscopic removal since severe complications, such as esophageal perforation, can develop within 4 hours of the ingestion. Given that guardians do not witness the children’s...
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Severe lupin bean intoxication: an anticholinergic toxidrome

Ozkaya PY, Ari HF, Turanli EE, Koc G, Karapinar B

Lupin beans are the yellow legume seeds of the genus Lupinus. They are traditionally eaten as a pickled snack in many countries. Bitter lupin beans have a high amount of...
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Validation of the Broselow tape in Korean children using data from a nationwide anthropometric survey: a cross-sectional study

Suh D, Park J, Kwak YH, Kim DK, Jung JY, Lee JH, Jang HY, Kim HB, Hong KJ

Purpose: In Korea, the Broselow tape (BT) is widely used to estimate weight in resuscitation. Validation of BT in Korean children is essential because the tool was developed based on...
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A potential impact of the donning and doffing policy on emergency department length of stay during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic

Bellini T, Piccotti E

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