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The Outbreak Cases with the Novel Coronavirus Suggest Upgraded Quarantine and Isolation in Korea

Yoo JH, Hong ST

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Risk of Water and Food-Borne Communicable Diseases in Travelers Entering Korea

Jung KS, Jang YM, Hwang JH, Park GJ, Son TJ

OBJECTIVES: It was supposed to analyze status and affecting factors in water and food-borne communicable disease by screening entrants with diarrhea symptom at the point of entry in Korea METHODS: Symptomatic...
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A Clonorchiasis Case of a Leopard Cat, Prionailurus bengalensis euptilurus, Diagnosed by Ultrasonography and Egg Detection in Republic of Korea

Choe S, Jeong DH, Yang JJ, Kim J, Na KJ, Lee D, Park H, Jeon HK, Eom KS

A clonorchiasis case in a captive leopard cat, Prionailurus bengalensis euptilurus, was confirmed by ultrasonographic findings and egg morphologies found in the bile juice sample in the Korea. The leopard...
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Anticoagulants in Older Patients with Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation after Intracranial Hemorrhage

Perreault , Côté R, White-Guay B, Dorais M, Oussaïd E, Schnitzer

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Patients with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF) who survive an intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) have an increased risk of ischemic stroke and systemic embolism (IS/SE). We investigated whether starting...
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Guideline on safety evaluation of cell-based medicinal products for animal use

Ku HO, Yi H, Park YI, Jeon BS, Kang HG, Kim YS, Park BK

With the increased use of cell therapy in the veterinary sector, there is a growing demand for the development of cell-based medicinal products and the determination of their safety. Currently,...
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Necrotizing Enteritis Caused by Pharyngostomum cordatum Infection in a Stray Cat

Kim JH, Lee K, Sohn WM, Kim HY, Lee YR, Choi EJ, So B, Jung JY

A stray female cat of unknown age, presenting bright red watery diarrhea, was submitted to the Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency for diagnosis. In the small intestines extracted from the...
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Sudden death caused by trichlorfon poisoning in Korean native cattle

Kim JH, Lee K, Jung JY, Yi H, Sohn JH, So B, Choi EJ

Two 12-month-old cattle with anthelmintics containing trichlorfon the day before death presented to the Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency for diagnosis. In necropsy, they revealed enlargement of the spleens, redness...
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A Study on the Improvement of Quarantine Act for Effective Quarantine System

Lee YH, Kim MS, Lee J

The development of transport is being easily shared with people all over the world. It is necessary to appropriately and effectively revise the domestic quarantine law because the fatal infectious...
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Special Issue for the 30th Anniversary of the Korean Academy of Health Policy and Management

Park EC

The Korean Academy of Health Policy and Management (KAHPM) has shown remarkable achievements in the field of health policy and management in Korea for the last 30 years. The KAHPM...
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Incidence and Sero-survey of Canine Adenovirus Type 2 in Various Animal Species

Yang DK, Kim HH, Yoon SS, Ji M, Cho IS

Canine adenovirus type 2 (CAV-2) is the cause of a major respiratory illness in dogs. In this study, we analyzed adenovirus infections in dogs using 2000–2017 data from the Animal...
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Strategies to maintain Korea's animal rabies non-occurrence status

Yang DK, Kim HH, Cho IS

Endemic animal rabies causes >99% of all human rabies cases; elimination of animal rabies reduces the rate of human infections. The most recent animal rabies cases in the Gangwon and...
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Status and Issues on Disaster Preparation Programs in Public Health Center

Cho YH, Chung Y, Chie N

OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to review the disaster preparation and response programs and the status of disaster preparation in public health center. METHODS: In depth interview was performed...
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Psychiatric Findings in Suspected and Confirmed Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Patients Quarantined in Hospital: A Retrospective Chart Analysis

Kim HC, Yoo SY, Lee BH, Lee SH, Shin HS

OBJECTIVE: Little is known about the psychiatric complications or risk factors for depression in suspected or confirmed Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) patients quarantined in hospital. METHODS: A retrospective chart review...
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Mass vaccination has led to the elimination of rabies since 2014 in South Korea

Yang DK, Kim HH, Lee KK, Yoo JY, Seomun H, Cho IS

PURPOSE: Rabies is one of the most fatal diseases, but it is 100% preventable in animals by vaccination. In this study, we present the epidemiological features of, and national preventive...
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Middle East respiratory syndrome clinical practice guideline for hemodialysis facilities

Park HC, Lee YK, Lee SH, Yoo KD, Jeon HJ, Ryu DR, Kim SN, Sohn SH, Chun RW, Choi KB, The Korean Society of Nephrology MERS-CoV Task Force Team

The Korean Society of Nephrology participated in the task force team consisting of government authorities and civilian experts to prevent and control the spread of Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS)...
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Clinical and Epidemiologic Characteristics of Spreaders of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus during the 2015 Outbreak in Korea

Kang CK, Song KH, Choe PG, Park WB, Bang JH, Kim ES, Park SW, Kim HB, Kim NJ, Cho SI, Lee JK, Oh MD

Nosocomial transmission is an important characteristic of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection. Risk factors for transmission of MERS-CoV in healthcare settings are not well defined. During the Korean...
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Reorganizing Hospital Space: The 1894 Plague Edpidemic in Hong Kong and the Germ Theory

Sihn KH

This paper examined whether the preventive measures taken by the Hong Kong's colonial authorities were legitimate during the 1894 Hong Kong plague epidemic, and illuminated the correlation between the plague...
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The Effects of Self-directed Practice using Peer-tutoring on Confidence, Performance and Learning Satisfaction of Nursing Students in Practicing Core Nursing Skills

Yoo MR, Kang M, Kim H, Han HL, Choi JY

PURPOSE: The purpose of the non-equivalent control group pretest-posttest study was to test the effects of self-directed nursing practice using peer-tutoring, on the level of confidence, performance and learning satisfaction...
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Changes of Global Infectious Disease Governance in 2000s: Rise of Global Health Security and Transformation of Infectious Disease Control System in South Korea

CHOI EK, LEE JK

This paper focus upon the changes of global infectious disease governance in 2000s and the transformation of infectious disease control system in South Korea. Traditionally, infectious disease was globally governed...
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A review of the clinical findings in patients who visited a clinic in Kaeseong Industrial District

Kim H, Kim KH, Shin DW, Kim H, Jeon W, Park JM, Park J, Lee H

The Kaeseong Industrial District (KID) is a special economic zone that is being managed in partnership by North Korea and South Korea. The Kaeseong Industrial District Medical Clinic (KIDMC) was...
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