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Association Between Regional Levels of Particulate Matter and Recurrent Falls in Korea

Yang JH, Jeong JA, Kweon SS, Shin MH

Background: We investigated the extent of regional disparity of recurrent falls. In addition, we examined the association between particulate matter (PM) and recurrent falls and the association between regional disparity...
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Review of Internet of Things-Based Artificial Intelligence Analysis Method through Real-Time Indoor Air Quality and Health Effect Monitoring: Focusing on Indoor Air Pollution That Are Harmful to the Respiratory Organ

Mun E, Cho J

Everyone is aware that air and environmental pollutants are harmful to health. Among them, indoor air quality directly affects physical health, such as respiratory rather than outdoor air. However, studies...
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Multidetector computed tomography-based evaluation of gastric volumes in patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

Lee JJ, Park HJ, Yu GG, Kim YM, Kim SC, Lee JH, Chai HS, Park GJ, Lee SW, Kim H

  • KMID: 2538050
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2022 Dec;33(6):532-542.
Objective: Resuscitation-related gastric inflation is associated with inadequate ventilation and the risk of gastric regurgitation in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) patients. This study aims to estimate resuscitation-related gastric inflation values...
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Dosimetric Evaluation of Synthetic Computed Tomography Technique on Position Variation of Air Cavity in Magnetic Resonance-Guided Radiotherapy

Jin H, An HJ, Chie EK, Park JM, Kim Ji

Purpose: This study seeks to compare the dosimetric parameters of the bulk electron density (ED) approach and synthetic computed tomography (CT) image in terms of position variation of the air...
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Exposure Assessment of Airborne Bacteria and Fungi in the Aircraft

Kim DY, Kim KY

Objective The exposure levels of disease-causing bacteria and germs were assessed on aircraft cleaning workers on multiple different aircrafts. Method Five measuring points were selected depending on the aircraft types. Four aircraft cleaning...
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Choice of the correct size of endotracheal tube in pediatric patients

Park S, Shin SW, Kim HJ, Byeon GJ, Yoon JU, Kim EJ, Kim HY

Selection and insertion of an endotracheal tube (ETT) of appropriate size for airway management during general anesthesia in pediatric patients is very important. A very small ETT increases the risk...
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Effects of Air Pollution on Chemosensory Dysfunction in COVID-19 Patients

Choi YS, Jeong BS, Lee YK, Kim YD

Background: In some patients, coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is accompanied by loss of smell and taste, and this has been reportedly associated with exposure to air pollutants. This study investigated...
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Adverse Effects of Air Pollution on Pulmonary Diseases

Ko UW, Kyung SY

Environmental exposure to air pollution is known to have adverse effects on various organs. Air pollution has greater effects on the pulmonary system as the lungs are directly exposed to...
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Effects of outdoor air pollution on children with allergic rhinitis

Sung M, Kim M, Kim HH, Rha YH, Park Y, Park YM, Sheen YH, Yum HY, Lee KS, Lee YJ, Chun YH, Jee HM, Choi BS, Choi SH, Kim HB, ftRSGitKAoPAaRD

The global worsening of air pollution has decreased the quality of life. Air pollutants can induce oxidative stress, epigenetic changes, and alterations to microRNA expression in the airway and skin,...
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Innovative Use of Negative Air Ions As an Alternative Therapy for Acne Vulgaris: A Report of Three Cases

Han HS, Jeong GJ, Lee HW, Shim JH, Seo SJ, Park KY

Acne vulgaris is a universal skin disease with multifactorial pathogenesis. Although an extensive range of treatment options exist for acne, a substantial number of patients are still struggling for an...
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Nosocomial Outbreak by Delta Variant From a Fully Vaccinated Patient

Jung J, Lee J, Park H, Lim YJ, Kim EO, Park MS, Kim SH

Background: The potential for a nosocomial outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) from a fully vaccinated individual is largely unknown. Methods: In October 2021, during the time when the delta variant...
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Machine Learning Models for Predicting the Occurrence of Respiratory Diseases Using Climatic and Air-Pollution Factors

Ku Y, Kwon SB, Yoon JH, Mun SK, Chang M

Objectives. Because climatic and air-pollution factors are known to influence the occurrence of respiratory diseases, we used these factors to develop machine learning models for predicting the occurrence of respiratory...
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Drug therapy and monitoring for inflammatory bowel disease: a multinational questionnaire investigation in Asia

Cai C, Lu J, Lai L, Song D, Shen J, Tong J, Zheng Q, Wu K, Qian J, Ran Z

Background/Aims: The incidence and prevalence of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is rising in Asia recently. The study aimed to obtain a comprehensive understanding of the current status of drug therapy...
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Current status and development direction of hyperbaric medicine in Korea

Lee SM, Heo T, Kim G, Kim H

Background: The indications of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) covered by the health insurance in Korea increased to 16 in 2019, which includes acute central retinal artery obstruction within 24 hours...
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Poor Prognosis of Grade 2 Spread Through Air Spaces in Neuroendocrine Tumors

Chae M, Cho S, Chung JH, Yum S, Kim K, Jheon S

Background: Spread through air spaces (STAS) has recently emerged as a prognostic factor in lung adenocarcinoma, but little is known about the association of STAS and its grade with recurrence...
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Effective Volume of the Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science Free Air Chamber L1 for Low-Energy X-Ray Measurement

Yi CY, Kim YH, Jeong DY

Purpose: To evaluate the effective volume of the Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science free air chamber (KRISS FAC) L1 used for the primary standard device of the low-energy...
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Comparison of upper and lower body forced air blanket to prevent perioperative hypothermia in patients who underwent spinal surgery in prone position: a randomized controlled trial

Yoo JH, Ok SY, Kim SH, Chung JW, Park SY, Kim MG, Cho HB, Song SH, Choi YJ, Kim HJ, Oh HC

Background: We compared upper- and lower-body forced-air blankets in terms of their ability to prevent perioperative hypothermia, defined as a reduction in body temperature to < 36.0°C, during the perioperative...
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The “reverse air leak test”: a new technique for the assessment of low colorectal anastomosis

Crafa F, Striano A, Esposito F, Rossetti ARR, Baiamonte M, Gianfreda V, Longo A

Purpose: Anastomotic leakage is a fearsome complication in rectal surgery. Surgeons perform the classic air leak test, although its real effectiveness is still debated. The aim of this study was...
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Effect of Climate on COVID-19 Incidence: A Cross-Sectional Study in Japan

Kato M, Sakihama T, Kinjo Y, Itokazu D, Tokuda Y

Background: Effect of meteorological factors such as air temperature, humidity, and sunlight exposure on transmission dynamics of novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) remains controversial. We investigated the association of these...
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The characteristics of the transported patients from the scene by helicopter emergency medical services in Korea: a single center study

Lee JK, Kim HI

  • KMID: 2524965
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2021 Dec;32(6):657-664.
Objective: The helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS) is operated in Korea for seriously ill patients or time-sensitive conditions such as major trauma, acute coronary syndrome, and acute stroke. The patients...
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