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The Analgesic Efficacy of a 5% Eutectic Mixture of Lidocaine and Prilocaine Prior to Insertion of Spinal and Epidural Block

Kim YJ, Jung MH, Choi YR, Park HJ, Won RS, Lee JY, Jung JK

BACKGROUND: We evaluated the analgesic efficacy of a 5% eutectic mixture of lidocaine and prilocaine (EMLA(R)) topically applied before performing skin puncture for spinal or epidural anesthesia. METHODS: The patient population...
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A case of spinal myoclonus with radiculopathy following spine surgery: A case report

Lee JY, Chung KJ, Chung MH, Choi YR, Won RS, Kim YJ

Despite adequate surgery, a number of patients have a return of back pain and radiculopathy of the legs following their operation. We present here a case of spinal myoclonus with...
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Enhanced Clearance of Propofol in Patients with Major Burns

Kwak IS, Jung SW, Lee JY, Jung MH, Choi YR, Won RS, Han TH

BACKGROUND: Major burns can alter the pharmacokinetics of the commonly used drugs during the perioperative period. This study was carried out to define the pharmacokinetics of propofol in the burned...
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Anesthetic Management in a Patient with Latex Anaphylaxis after Tourniquet Release: A case report

Lee JY, Lee HC, Park YJ, Jung MH, Choi YR, Won RS

Latex is the second most common cause of anaphylaxis during anesthesia. The increasing number of reports of latex-induced anaphylaxis are a major concern for anesthesiologists. We encountered a 56-year-old male...
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Performance Characteristics of High Efficiency Fluid and Blood Warmer using Print Circuit Board Heater at Various Flow Rates

Jung SW, Han TH, Lee JY, Kwak IS, Jung MH, Won RS, Choi YR

BACKGROUND: Currently available warming devices are often heavy and cumbersome, requiring development of more portable, user friendly, high efficiency fluid and blood warmer. The intravenous fluid heating capabilities of a...
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Neuromuscular Pharmacodynamics of Mivacurium in Patients with Major Burns

Chung MH, Jung JK, Lee JY, Kwak IS, Choi YR, Won RS, Han TH

BACKGROUND: Burned patients sometimes require rapid onset of neuromuscular paralysis to secure the airway in full stomach patients or to treat laryngospasm. Because of poor lung function and hypermetabolic state,...
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A Study on the Effect of Dosage Increase and Methods of Ondansetron Administration on the Prevention of Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting of Vaginal Total Hysterectomy Patients during IV Patient-Controlled Analgesia

Woo DH, Lee JY, Chung MH, Choi YR, Won RS

BACKGROUND: Postoperative nausea and vomiting are a 'Big Little Problem' during IV-PCA after vaginal total hysterectomy. This study was designed to determine the effect of dosage and the method of...
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Acute Pulmonary Edema following Failed Intubation: A Case Report

Park YJ, Woo DH, Won RS, Choi YR, Chung MH

  • KMID: 1590034
  • Korean J Crit Care Med.
  • 2005 Jun;20(1):82-86.
Pulmonary edema that follows upper airway obstruction may occur in a variety of clinical situations. Post anesthetic laryngospasm has been implicated as the most frequent cause of this syndrome. Risk...
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Anesthetic Management of a Patient with Brugada Syndrome: A case report

Lee JY, Lee HC, Park YJ, Jung MH, Choi YR, Won RS

Brugada syndrome is characterized by a distinctive electrocardiographic pattern (right bundle branch block and a ST segment elevation in the right precordial leads), but without structural heart disease. It is...
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A Case of Acute Fatty Liver of Pregnancy

Kim JY, Lee WY, Kim JM, Kwak KJ, Jun HA, Kim HB, Lee KY, Kang SW, Won RS

  • KMID: 2280546
  • Korean J Perinatol.
  • 2003 Sep;14(3):320-326.
Acute fatty liver of pregnancy(AFLP) is rare, potentially fatal disorder developing in the third trimester of pregnancy. It is characterized by nausea, vomiting, jaundice and malaise. Initially the disease is...
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Experimental Radiofrequency Lesion Size Utilizing Different Parameters and Neuropathologic Correlation on the Peripheral Nerve

Lee KH, Kim KS, Lim SY, Hong SY, Won RS, Shin KM

BACKGROUND: Radiofrequency (RF) lesioning is one of the most frequently used neurolytic techniques for the relief of pain. Technical advances enables one to make a more reliable and...
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Undesirable Symptoms of Patients in the Postanesthesia Recovery Situation

Kim TS, Choi SE, Won RS

BACKGROUND: Healthcare quality can be improved by avoiding patient discomforts and customizing care to meet the needs of the patient. Therefore, the goal of this study was to quantify...
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Three Cases of Lung Volume Reduction Surgery in Patients with Severe Emphysema

Kim TS, Kim HJ, Jung BH, Won RS

We have recently experienced with 3 cases of bilateral lung volume reduction surgery (LVRS) in patients with severe emphysematous disease in an effort to improve pulmonary mechanics. We compared...
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Comparison of the Effects of Induction before and after Surgical Preparation on Neonatal Well-being in General Anesthesia for Elective Cesarean Section

Kim DY, Seo YP, Chung MH, Lee SW, Won RS

BACKGROUND: Generally, in order to decrease the fetal exposure time from anesthetic drugs, anesthetic induction is conducted after the completion of surgical preparation in general anesthesia for cesarean section. However,...
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Effect of Continuous Infusion of Low Concentrations of Ketamine on the Bispectral Index and Recovery from Propofol-N2O-O2 Anesthesia

Kil HY, Lee SW, Lee SJ, Yoo HS, Lee SI, Won RS, Jeon YS, Kim DW, Lee DH, Kim DH

BACKGROUND: Ketamine as an analgesic adjunct in propofol-based anesthesia has the benefit of potent analgesic action and more stable vital signs due to sympathetic stimulation. However, its impact on...
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A Study of Epidural Droperidol Dosage for Reducing Nausea, Vomiting and Pruritus Due to Epidural Morphine and Fentanyl in Epidural Pain Management of Patients Undergoing Vaginal Total Hysterectomy

Kwon YS, Lee SC, Lee IJ, Lee SW, Lee EM, Chung MH, Won RS

BACKGROUND: Epidural pain control has been used extensively for postoperative pain management, but nausea, vomiting and pruritus associated with morphine and fentanyl administration remain intractable problems. The aim of this...
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A Case Report of Epidural Anesthesia for Cesarean Section in a Patient with Takayasu's Arteritis

Kim DY, Lee IJ, Lee EM, Chung MH, Won RS

Takayasu's arteritis is a chronic, idiopathic occlusive inflammation of the aorta and its major branches, affecting females in over 85% of the cases. The major clinical finding is loss of...
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The Effect of Warm Irrigation Fluid on Body Temperature during Laparoscopic Surgery in Gynecologic Patients

Kwon YS, Lee SC, Lee IJ, Lee SW, Lee EM, Chung MH, Won RS

BACKGROUND: Perioperative hypothermia is a common problem during both laparotomy and laparoscopic surgery. Hypothermia during laparoscopic surgery is related to the use of irrigation fluid and the large volume of...
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Conventional Intermittent "Top-up" Injections of 0.25% Bupivacaine/Fentanyl vs 0.125% Bupivacaine/Fentanyl during Labor

Yang WC, Lee BH, Lee EM, Chung MH, Won RS

BACKGROUND: Conventional intermittent "Top-up" injections (CIT) of fentanyl added to bupivacaine reduces the total amount of local anesthetic required, resulting in less motor blockade, reducing incidence of instrumental deliveries, and...
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A Comparison with Infusion of Single Intravenous Anesthetic with Propofol and Fentanyl in Operation of Short Duration

Lee BH, Park JA, Yang WC, Lee EM, Chung MH, Won RS

BACKGROUND: Propofol, a new intravenous anesthetic agent, is now used for brief operation and day surgery for its rapid recovery and controllability. Propofol, rapid acting sedatives hypnotics, is known to...
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