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Why Fast COVID-19 Vaccination Needed for People with Disabilities and Autistics in Korea?

Yoon WH

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has negatively affected the lives of people with disabilities; therefore, they need fast vaccination allocation. However, many countries, especially the Republic of Korea, have hesitated to...
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Public Preferences for Allocation Principles for Scarce Medical Resources in the COVID-19 Pandemic in Korea: Comparisons With Ethicists’ Recommendations

Lee JS, Kim S, Do YK

Objectives: The purpose of this study was to investigate public preferences regarding allocation principles for scarce medical resources in the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, particularly in comparison with the...
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Impact of Model for End-Stage Liver Disease allocation system on outcomes of deceased donor liver transplantation: A single-center experience

Park HS, Lee JM, Hong K, Han ES, Hong SK, Choi Y, Yi NJ, Lee KW, Suh KS

Backgrounds/Aims: From June of 2016, the Model for End-Stage Liver Disease (MELD)-based allocation system replaced the ChildTurcotte-Pugh (CTP) score-based system for organ allocation liver in Korea. The aim of this...
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Performance Changes Following the Revision of Organ Allocation System of Lung Transplant: Analysis of Korean Network for Organ Sharing Data

Yeo HJ, Kim DH, Kim YS, Jeon D, Cho WH

Background: There is currently a lack of data on the impact of the recent revision of the domestic lung allocation system on transplant performance. Methods: We conducted a retrospective analysis of...
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Chasing two hares with two hounds: a strategy for maintaining core functions of an acute care hospital amid COVID-19 crisis

Lee WJ

Amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis, the core functions of an acute care hospital are to continuously provide essential clinical care services to patients from community at large. The...
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Changes in the allocation policy for deceased donor livers in Korea: perspectives from anesthesiologists

Yoo SY, Kim GS

Background: The allocation policy for deceased donor livers in Korea was changed in June 2016 from Child-Turcotte-Pugh (CTP) scoring system-based to Model for End-stage Liver Disease (MELD) scoring system-based....
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Ethical issues in uterine transplantation

Koplin JJ, Kendal E

Despite a recent surge of bioethical attention, ethical analysis of uterine transplantation is still in its early stages, and many of the key ethical issues remain underexamined and unresolved. In...
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Delphi study to evaluate the emergency medical system operation fund support projects

Lee SY, Sohn Y, Shin SD, Song KJ, Hong KJ, Ro YS, Kim TH, Park JH, Park GJ, Ko SY, Lee SC, Jung E, Moon S

OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to achieve expert consensus for the evaluation of Emergency medical system operation fund (EMSOF) support projects using the Delphi method in Korea. METHODS: The Delphi study was...
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Randomization in clinical studies

Lim CY, In J

Randomized controlled trial is widely accepted as the best design for evaluating the efficacy of a new treatment because of the advantages of randomization (random allocation). Randomization eliminates accidental bias,...
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Pediatric liver transplantation in Korea: long-term outcomes and allocations

Lee S, Lee SK

Pediatric liver transplantation has evolved into an effective treatment for a variety of liver diseases in the pediatric population. Over the past 25 years, pediatric liver transplantation results in Korea...
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Characteristics of Lung Allocation and Outcomes of Lung Transplant according to the Korean Urgency Status

Yu WS, Kim SY, Kim YT, Lee HJ, Park S, Choi SM, Kim DH, Cho WH, Yeo HJ, Park SI, Choi SH, Hong SB, Shim TS, Jo KW, Jeon K, Jeong BH, Paik HC, Lee JG, the Korean Organ Transplantation Registry Study Group

PURPOSE: We investigated the characteristics of lung allocation and outcomes of lung transplant (LTx) according to the Korean urgency status. MATERIALS AND METHODS: LTx registration in the Korean Organ Transplantation Registry...
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Causation and apportionment analysis of injury and physical impairment

Lee SG

Most injury is caused by an external cause to the human body, resulting in morphological or functional disability. However, in the physical impairment related diseases, it is difficult for the...
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Comparison Study of Outcomes of Deceased Donor Liver Transplantation before and after Korean Model for End-Stage Liver Disease (MELD) System: Single Center Experience

Lee JA, Choi GS, Kim JM, Kwon CH, Joh JW

BACKGROUND: In June of 2016, the Model for End-Stage Liver Disease (MELD)-based allocation system replaced the Child-Turcotte-Pugh (CTP) score-based system for deceased donor liver transplantation (DDLT) in Korea. This study...
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Current System for Allocation of Deceased Donor Kidney Transplantation

Kim M, Kim S, Lee SH, Oh CK, Bang JB

BACKGROUND: This study was conducted to analyze the current system for allocation of deceased donor kidney transplantation in Korea, which includes an incentive regulation for candidates registered at the Hospital-based...
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Random allocation and dynamic allocation randomization

Kang H

Random allocation is commonly used in medical researches, and has become an essential part of designing clinical trials. It produces comparable groups with regard to known or unknown prognostic factors,...
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The Need for New Donor Stratification to Predict Graft Survival in Deceased Donor Kidney Transplantation

Yang SS, Yang J, Ahn C, Min SI, Ha J, Kim SJ, Park JB

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to determine whether stratification of deceased donors by the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) criteria negatively impacts graft survival. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We...
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An Empirical Analysis of Costs related to Nursing Practice

Ko YK, Park BH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify nursing service costs associated with all health care costs incurred by the institution. METHODS: This study was an empirical case study research...
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Which Neurons Will Be the Engram - Activated Neurons and/or More Excitable Neurons?

Kim JI, Cho HY, Han JH, Kaang BK

During past decades, the formation and storage principle of memory have received much attention in the neuroscience field. Although some studies have attempted to demonstrate the nature of the engram,...
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Kidney Allocation: Present Status and Future Strategy

Kim YH

Under conditions of contemporary medicine, organ transplantation is only possible when organs are donated, meaning that the donated organ works both as a scarce resource and for public good. Therefore,...
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Development of Models for Regional Cardiac Surgery Centers

Park CS, Park NH, Sim SB, Yun SC, Ahn HM, Kim M, Choi JS, Kim MJ, Kim H, Chee HK, Oh S, Kang S, Lee SG, Shin JH, Kim K, Lee KS

BACKGROUND: This study aimed to develop the models for regional cardiac surgery centers, which take regional characteristics into consideration, as a policy measure that could alleviate the concentration of cardiac...
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