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Strategies for successful implementation and permanent maintenance of a rapid response system

Song MJ, Lee YJ

Rapid response systems (RRSs) have been introduced to intervene with patients experiencing non-code medical emergencies and operate widely around the world. An RRS has four components: an afferent limb, an...
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Validity of the Clinical Frailty Scale in Korean older patients at a geriatric clinic

Jung HW, Jang IY, Back JY, Park S, Park CM, Han SJ, Lee E

Background/Aims: We aimed to assess the validity of the Korean translated version of the Clinical Frailty Scale (CFS) in determining the frailty status in geriatric outpatients. Methods: The records of 123...
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Targeting Risk Factors for the Control of Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: A Single Tertiary Center Experience

Jeong J, Kwun Y, Kim Mj, Choi SH, Jung E, Lee BS, Kim KS, Kim EAR

Purpose: The aim of this study was to estimate the effect of targeting risk factors for the control of central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI) among high-risk infants in a tertiary...
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Pre-operative fasting times for clear liquids at a tertiary children’s hospital; what can be improved?

Schmidt AR, Fehr J, Man J, D’Souza G, Wang E, Claure R, Mendoza J

Background: The goal of preoperative fasting is to prevent pulmonary aspiration during general anesthesia. Fasting times are often prolonged leading to patient discomfort and risk for adverse events. This retrospective...
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An Evaluation of the Effect of Performance Improvement and Patient Safety Program Implemented in a New Regional Trauma Center of Korea

Huh Y, Kwon J, Moon J, Kang BH, Kim S, Yoo J, Song S, Jung K

Background: This study examined the impact of the performance improvement and patient safety (PIPS) program implemented in 2015 on outcomes for trauma patients in a regional trauma center established by...
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Educational Intervention to Improve Blood Culture Indicators in a Secondary-Care Hospital

Lee S, Kim SC, Kim S

Background: Blood culture is essential for diagnosis of sepsis. However, usually the available blood volume is not sufficient to meet the guidelines. Thus, periodic monitoring and feedback are essential to...
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Guidelines for accreditation of endoscopy units: quality measures from the Korean Society of Coloproctology

Shin R, Lee S, Han KS, Sohn DK, Moon SH, Choi DH, Kye BH, Son HJ, Lee SI, Si S, Kang WK

Purpose: Colonoscopy is an effective method of screening for colorectal cancer (CRC), and it can prevent CRC by detection and removal of precancerous lesions. The most important considerations when performing...
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Colonoscopy quality in community hospitals and nonhospital facilities in Korea

Lee JG, Han DS, Joo YE, Myung DS, Park DI, Kim SK, Jung Y, Lee WH, Kim ES, Yoon JS, Eun CS

Background/Aims: High-quality colonoscopy is essential to reduce colorectal cancer-related deaths. Little is known about colonoscopy quality in non-academic practice settings. We aimed to evaluate the quality of colonoscopies performed in...
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Annual Report of the Korean Association of External Quality Assessment Service on Transfusion Medicine (2019)

Yang JJ, Kim JS, Lim YA, Kim H, Ko DH

This report summarizes the 2019 survey results of the external quality assessment (EQA) scheme for the Transfusion Medicine Program (TMP) in Korea. Proficiency testing materials were prepared at the Asan...
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Educational Program Evaluation System in a Medical School

Yune SJ, Lee SY, Im S

A systematic educational program evaluation system for continuous quality improvement in undergraduate medical education is essential. Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) are two distinct but complementary processes referred to in an...
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Perioperative Anesthesia Lean Implementation Is Associated With Increased Operative Efficiency in Posterior Cervical Surgeries at a HighVolume Spine Center

Ammanuel SG, Chan AK, DiGiorgio AM, Alazzeh M, Nwachuku K, Robinson LC, Lobo E, Mummaneni PV

Objective: Lean management strategies aim to increase efficiency by eliminating waste or by improving processes to optimize value. The operating room (OR) is an arena where these strategies can be...
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Prospects for the Korean model of the surgical hospitalist system

Oh SJ, Jung EJ

To meet the increasing social demand for improved patient safety and quality medical care in Korea, a pilot project of the hospitalist system in the field of internal medicine and...
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Clinical Analysis of Sputum Gram Stains andCultures to Improve the Quality of SputumCultures

Lee DH, Kim S

Background: Sputum Gram stains and cultures are standard tests for thediagnosis of lower respiratory tract infections. Analysis reports of the sputumquality are scarce in relation to cultures as well as...
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Report of the Korean Association of ExternalQuality Assessment Service on AutoimmuneTesting (2018–2019)

Chung HJ, Moon HW, Yi J

Under the Korean Association of External Quality Assessment Service,autoimmune proficiency testings (PT) for six test items were performed in2018–2019 for laboratory quality improvement. We conducted two trials peryear and sent...
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Current Trend of Accreditation within Medical Education

Ahn D

Currently, accreditation within medical education is a priority on the agenda for many countries worldwide. The World Federation for Medical Education’s (WFME) launch of its first trilogy of standards in...
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Effect of Nutritional Intervention by the Nutrition Support Team on Postnatal Growth in Preterm Infants

Yoon SJ, Lim JH, Lee SM, Kim SJ, Lee SK, Lee SM

Purpose: Nutritional intervention by an interdisciplinary nutrition support team (NST) can potentially improve postnatal growth outcomes in preterm infants. This study aimed to measure the growth impact of a nutritional...
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Minimal-risk traumatic brain injury management without neurosurgical consultation

Compton ES, Smallheer BA, Thomason NR, Norris MS, Nordness MF, Smith MD, Patel MB

Background: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) with intracranial hemorrhage management results in clinical practice variability, complexity, and/or limitations in acute care surgical and radiological workflow, which can prompt neurosurgical consultation, even...
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Racial Disparity in Time to Surgery and Complications for Hip Fracture Patients

Nayar SK, Marrache M, Ali I, Bressner J, Raad M, Shafiq B, Srikumaran U

Background: Racial and ethnic disparities in orthopedic surgery may be associated with worse perioperative complications. For patients with hip fractures, studies have shown that early surgery, typically within 24 to...
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Implementing  Medical  Education  Continuous  Quality  Improvement  Using Design‐Based  Research

Lee Ah, Park HJ, Kim SG, Kim JY, Kang YN, Lee SY, Baek WK

The goal of this study is to present efficient measures to improve the quality of medical education through using a developed and applied continuous quality improvement (CQI) model suitable for...
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Five-year follow-up to assess long-term sustainability of changing clinical practice regarding anesthesia and regional analgesia for lower extremity arthroplasty

Tamboli M, Leng JC, Hunter OO, Kou A, Mudumbai SC, Memtsoudis SG, Walters TL, Lochbaum GM, Mariano ER

Background Long-term and sustainable clinical practice changes in anesthesia procedures have not previously been reported. Therefore, we performed a 5-year audit following implementation of a clinical pathway change favoring spinal anesthesia...
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