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Early Return to Play After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Is It Worth the Risk?

Török L, Jávor P, Török K, Rárosi F, Hartmann P

Objective To compare the outcomes of a 6-month-long accelerated rehabilitation with a 12-month-long rehabilitation. There is no consensus on the optimal duration of rehabilitation after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR)....
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Development of the Korea Dysarthria Test Following Stroke

Kim HJ, Lee KM

Objective To develop an objective and quantitative clinical evaluation tool that can be used for diagnosis and severity assessment of dysarthria in patients with stroke. Methods A prototype test comprising 23...
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Rehabilitation of posterior support and vertical dimension in a class 3 malocclusion patient: A case report

Oh JH, Pyo SW, Chang JS, Kim S

A crossed occlusion resulting from the presence of posterior teeth in one arch but no opposing teeth in the opposite arch results in collapse of the vertical dimension. In this...
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Evaluation of a Smart After-Care Program for Patients with Lung Cancer: A Prospective, Single-Arm Pilot Study

Yang HC, Chung SH, Yoo JS, Park B, Kim MS, Lee JM

Background: The efficacy of telemedicine among cancer survivors is uncertain. The Smart After-Care Program (SAP), which is an interactive, smartphone-based remote health monitoring system, was developed to help patients manage...
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Evaluation of Current Resources Available for Community-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation in Korea: A Nationwide Survey Study

Kim C, Sung J, Han JY, Jee S, Lee JW, Lee JH, Kim WS, Bang HJ, Baek S, Joa KL, Kim AR, Lee SY, Kim J, Kim CR, Kwon OP

Background: In Korea, the actual distribution of cardiac rehabilitation (CR) to the clinical field is insufficient due to the many barriers for cardiovascular patients to participate in CR. Community-based CR...
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Storing information of stroke rehabilitation patients using blockchain technology: a software study

Chang MC

Background: Stroke patients usually experience damage to multiple functions and a long rehabilitation period. Hence, there is a large volume of patient clinical information. It thus takes a long time...
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Incidence of Renal Tract Abnormalities on Ultrasonography in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury: A Retrospective Pilot Study of a Military Cohort Undergoing Long-Term Institutional Rehabilitation

Saini M, Kataruka M, Gogoi B, Sharma V, Madan GS, Sood C

Study Design: Retrospective pilot study. Purpose: To assess the incidence of renal tract abnormalities using ultrasonography (US) in a military cohort with traumatic spinal cord injury (TSCI) at a tertiary level...
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A Case of Full Mouth Rehabilitation with Immediate Placement and Bilateral Sinus Graft in a Patient with End-stage Renal Disease and Diabetes

Kim GR, Ju SH, Park KS

Patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) and diabetes mellitus (DM) may have difficulties in the rehabilitation of multiple missing teeth with implants owing to high risks of complications such as...
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Positive Factors for Return to Work After Accidents: Health Awareness, Consultation with Doctors, and Personal Characteristics of Workers

Kang D

Background Industrial accidents can determine the overall level and quality of the work environment in industries and companies that contribute to national economic development. Korea has transformed the country from an...
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2021 KSCCM clinical practice guidelines for pain, agitation, delirium, immobility, and sleep disturbance in the intensive care unit

Seo Y, Lee HJ, Ha EJ, Ha TS

We revised and expanded the “2010 Guideline for the Use of Sedatives and Analgesics in the Adult Intensive Care Unit (ICU).” We revised the 2010 Guideline based mainly on the...
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Effect of Pilates Exercises on Standing, Walking, and Balance in Children With Diplegic Cerebral Palsy

Abd-Elfattah HM, Galal DOSM, Aly MIE, Aly SM, Elnegamy TE

Objective To analyze how Pilates exercises affect standing, walking, and balance in children with diplegic cerebral palsy throughout a 10-week program. Methods We included 40 children aged 7–9 years with diplegic...
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Stroke Rehabilitation Fact Sheet in Korea

Jung SH

With rapid aging, the number of stroke survivors with disabilities in Korea is increasing even if mortality is declining. Despite coordinated efforts for quality improvement of stroke rehabilitation in Korea,...
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A Literature Review of Issues and Tasks by Period of Revision of Regulations Related to Convalescent Rehabilitation Wards in Japan: Focusing on Quality Evaluation

Lee M, Jeon B

Purpose: Japan established the convalescent rehabilitation wards, corresponding to Korea's rehabilitation medical institutions, in 2000 and developed it into the present system through continuous revisions. This study sought to analyze...
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Guillain-Barre Syndrome After Two COVID-19 Vaccinations: Two Case Reports With Follow-up Electrodiagnostic Study

Kim JW, Kim YG, Park YC, Choi S, Lee S, Min HJ, Kim MJ

Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) is an immune-mediated acute polyradiculoneuropathy and commonly occurs after a preceding infection or immunization sequalae. Following the severe acute respiratory syndrome-coronavirus-2 virus pandemic with co-introduction of massive...
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Full mouth rehabilitation of the patient with severely worn dentition and limited vertical dimension

Yang MS, Kim SK, Heo SJ, Koak JY, Park JM, Yi YS

Severely worn dentition causes various complications such as loss of tooth structure, discoloration, pulp complications and loss of function and aesthetics. In this case, the patient showed particularly severe attrition...
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Full mouth rehabilitation of a worn dentition using digital guided tooth preparation: a case report

Kim YK, Yeo ISL, Yoon HI, Lee JH, Han JS

With the development of digital dentistry, it is being applied in various ways of dental treatment. This case report presents the definitive prosthesis designed in advance with a re-established vertical...
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Full mouth rehabilitation in osteoporosis patient with loss of teeth and excessive wear

Kim HT, Kim MJ, Lim YJ, Kwon HB

Teeth wear with loss of posterior support often leads to symptoms such as irregular occlusal plane and excessive wear of anterior teeth. In such environment, establishing proper posterior support and...
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Full-mouth rehabilitation of a patient with loss of posterior support and collapsed occlusion utilizing dental CAD-CAM system

Jung J, Heo SJ, Kim SK, Koak JY

Without proper treatment on the multiple tooth missing area, the lack of posterior support and the supra-eruption of the teeth cause many severe complications of occlusion, vertical dimension and masticatory...
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A case of removable partial denture restoration using implant supported surveyed crown in a maxillary edentulous patient

Seong SY, Choi YJ, Ryu JJ

When planning oral rehabilitation for maxillary edentulous patients, fixed prosthetic restoration using implants, complete denture restoration or overdentures using implants can be considered as treatment methods. In the case of...
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Treatment of heart failure with reduced ejection fraction

Kim IC

Background: Heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) is a syndrome consisting of typical symptoms and/or signs of heart failure (HF) due to left ventricular systolic dysfunction (ejection fraction ≤40%)...
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