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Timing of Hip-fracture Surgery in Elderly Patients: Literature Review and Recommendations

Seong YJ, Shin WC, Moon NH, Suh KT

The incidence of hip fractures is rapidly increasing with an aging population and is now one of the most important health concerns worldwide due to a high mortality rate. The...
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The Interrater Agreement for the Assessment of Pressure Ulcer Risk Using the Braden Scale and the Classification of Pressure Ulcers by Nurses in A Medium-Sized Hospital

Na HJ, Yoo SH, Kwon YR, Ahn MJ

PURPOSE: This methodological study was conducted to evaluate the interrater agreement in pressure ulcer risk assessment using the Braden scale, and in pressure ulcer classification, by nurses in a medium-sized...
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Usefulness of Swim Tubes to Maintain the Postoperative Supine Position of Sacrococcygeal Sores

Min KH, Kim YM, Lee HK

BACKGROUND: Patients with impaired mobility or quadriplegia often suffer from pressure sores in the dorsal trunk region. Following flap surgery for stage 3 and 4 sacrococcygeal sores, patients are placed...
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Epinephrine Infiltration and the Incidence of Bleeding Complications after Surgical Debridement of Pressure Ulcers with Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

Kim YH, Kim H, Cheon JH, Kang DH

BACKGROUND: For reducing intraoperative bleeding, epinephrine is commonly used as a vasoconstrictor with infiltration anesthesia. However, the effects of epinephrine on postoperative bleeding complications are still a matter of debate....
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Efficacy of the Mobile Three-Dimensional Wound Measurement System in Pressure Ulcer Assessment

Jun D, Choi H, Kim J, Lee M, Kim S, Jo D, Kim C, Shin D

BACKGROUND: Clinically assessing the changing status of wounds is important in determining management of pressure ulcers. A mobile three-dimensional measurement system (3DWMS) with a laser-assisted sensor camera was recently introduced...
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A dual padding method for ischial pressure sore reconstruction with an inferior gluteal artery perforator fasciocutaneous flap and a split inferior gluteus maximus muscle flap

Ku I, Lee GK, Yoon S, Jeong E

BACKGROUND: Various surgical management methods have been proposed for ischial sore reconstruction, yet it has the highest recurrence rate of all pressure ulcer types. A novel approach combining the advantages...
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Development of the Unit Specialist-led Pressure Ulcer Nursing Algorithm

Noh Y, Lee J

PURPOSE: The aims of this study were to develop the unit specialist-led pressure ulcer nursing algorithm for hospital nurses, and to examine its clinical adequacy. METHODS: The study used a methodological...
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Predictive Validity of Pressure Ulcer Risk Assessment Scales among Patients in a Trauma Intensive Care Unit

Choi JE, Hwang SK

PURPOSE: The aims of this study were to identify the incidence of pressure ulcers and to compare the predictive validities of pressure ulcer risk assessment scales among trauma patients. METHODS: This...
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Characteristics Influencing the Occurrence of Respiratory Medical Device-related Pressure Ulcers in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Kim HK, Kim Y, Son HM

PURPOSE: This prospective study was conducted to determine the incidence and related characteristics of respiratory medical device-related pressure ulcers (MDRPU) in children admitted to a pediatric intensive care unit (PICU). METHODS:...
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Updates of Nursing Practice Guideline for Pressure Injury

Park KH, Kim JY, Park OK, Park JH, Lee YJ, Hwang JH

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to update the existing evidence-based nursing clinical practice guideline in management of pressure injury in South Korea. METHODS: The update process underwent the 22 steps according...
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Dermatoses due to physical forces agents

Lee JD

Physical forces agents may induce distinctive skin changes. Pressure and friction induce callus and corn. Callus and corn arise at sites of friction or pressure, particularly palms and soles, and...
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A Clinical Study of Micronized Acellular Dermal Matrix Collagen Paste Application with Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

Ahn SK, Choi HJ, Lee JB, Kim JH

INTRODUCTION: Micronized cadaveric acellular dermal matrix (mADM) paste, which functions by filling vertical wound planes with acellular dermal matrix particles and gelatin suspension, is a novel option for the treatment...
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Portable Ultrasonic Surgery System for Chronic Wounds: A Multicenter Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial and In Vitro Characterization

Pak C, Lim J, Kim BK, Kim H, Park S, Mun GH, Kim JT, Jeong JH, Heo CY

BACKGROUND: Debridement is a crucial process in wound care. Low-frequency ultrasound debridement is a relatively painless modality that eliminates necrotic tissue, decreases bacterial counts, and minimizes blood loss. ULSC-12D is...
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Factors Influencing on Pressure Ulcer Incidence among Older Patients with Hip Fracture in a Hospital

Lee SJ, Jeong JS, Lim KC, Park EY, Kim HY

PURPOSE: This study aimed to identify the incidence and risks for pressure ulcer among older patients with hip fracture. METHODS: The subject were 215 older patients suffering from hip fracture who...
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Risk Factors of Medical Device-Related Pressure Ulcer in Intensive Care Units

Koo M, Sim Y, Kang I

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify the characteristics of and risk factors for medical-device-related pressure ulcer (MDRPU) development in intensive care units. METHODS: A prospective cohort study design...
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The Effect of Preoperative Nutritional Status on Postoperative Outcome in Elderly Patients

Kim MY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to determine whether poor preoperative nutritional status in elderly patients exhibited a negative influence on postoperative clinical outcomes. METHODS: The medical records of 645...
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Development and Evaluation of Electronic Health Record Data-Driven Predictive Models for Pressure Ulcers

Park SK, Park HA, Hwang H

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to develop predictive models for pressure ulcer incidence using electronic health record (EHR) data and to compare their predictive validity performance indicators with...
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A case of acute skin failure misdiagnosed as a pressure ulcer, leading to a legal dispute

Kim JH, Shin HK, Jung GY, Lee DL

It is difficult to differentiate acute skin failure (ASF) from pressure ulcer (PU). ASF is defined as unavoidable injury resulting from hypoperfusion caused by severe dysfunction of another organ system....
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National perioperative outcomes of flap coverage for pressure ulcers from 2005 to 2015 using American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program

Tran BN, Chen AD, Kamali P, Singhal D, Lee BT, Fukudome E

BACKGROUND: Complication rates after flap coverage for pressure ulcers have been high historically. These patients have multiple risk factors associated with poor wound healing and complications including marginal nutritional status,...
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Radiological and Clinical Effectiveness of a Novel Calcaneal Fracture Brace after Intra-articular Calcaneal Fracture Surgery

Yoo CH, Kang C, Hwang DS, Hwang JM, Lee GS, Park YC

BACKGROUND: After calcaneal fracture surgery, a short leg splint and cast are typically applied. However, these restrict joint exercises, which is inconvenient for patients. In addition, there is a risk...
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