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Free open access medical education applications: a critical appraisal of techniques for quality assessment and content discovery

Zhi A, Husain A

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):93-95.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.17.292
No abstract available.
Role of ascorbic acid in dapsone induced methemoglobinemia

Sahu KK, Mishra AK

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):91-92.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.18.077
No abstract available.
Rare cause of seizures: ruptured intracranial dermoid cyst

Ak R, DoÄŸanay F, DoÄŸan M

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):89-90.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.18.011
No abstract available.
Metoprolol treatment of dual cocaine and bupropion cardiovascular and central nervous system toxicity

Richards J, Gould JB, Laurin EG, Albertson

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):84-88.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.17.247
Cardiovascular and central nervous system (CNS) toxicity, including tachydysrhythmia, agitation, and seizures, may arise from cocaine or bupropion use. We report acute toxicity from the concomitant use of cocaine and...
Quick Sepsis-related Organ Failure Assessment score is not sensitive enough to predict 28-day mortality in emergency department patients with sepsis: a retrospective review

Kim KS, Suh GJ, Kim K, Kwon WY, Shin J, Jo YH, Lee JH, Lee H

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):77-83.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.17.294
OBJECTIVE: To test the hypothesis that the quick Sepsis-related Organ Failure Assessment (qSOFA) score, derived from vital signs taken during triage and recommended by current sepsis guidelines for screening patients...
Prognostic value of a modified surprise question designed for use in the emergency department setting

Haydar SA, Strout TD, Bond AG, Han PK

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):70-76.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.17.293
OBJECTIVE: Few reliable and valid prognostic tools are available to help emergency physicians identify patients who might benefit from early palliative approaches. We sought to determine if responses to a...
Effectiveness and safety of electrical cardioversion for acute-onset atrial fibrillation in the emergency department: a real-world 10-year single center experience

Bonfanti L, Annovi A, Sanchis-Gomar F, Saccenti C, Meschi T, Ticinesi A, Cervellin

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):64-69.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.17.286
OBJECTIVE: Despite limited evidence, electrical cardioversion of acute-onset atrial fibrillation (AAF) is widely performed in the emergency department (ED). The aim of this study was to describe the effectiveness and...
Epidemiology of sepsis in Korea: a population-based study of incidence, mortality, cost and risk factors for death in sepsis

Kim J, Kim K, Lee H, Ahn S

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):49-63.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.18.007
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the epidemiology of sepsis in Korea and identify risk factors for death in sepsis. METHODS: We conducted a longitudinal, population-based epidemiological study of sepsis in Korea from 2005...
Effect of rapid influenza diagnostic tests on patient management in an emergency department

Park JH, Cho H, Moon S, Song JH, Kim JY, Ahn YS

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):43-48.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.17.281
OBJECTIVE: We evaluated the effect of rapid influenza diagnostic tests (RIDTs) on patient management in an emergency department for 3 years after 2009, and also identified factors associated with the...
Change in peak expiratory flow rate after the head-tilt/chin-lift maneuver among young, healthy, and conscious volunteers

Jo S, Lee JB, Jin Y, Jeong T, Yoon J, Park B

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):36-42.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.18.006
OBJECTIVE: The head-tilt/chin-lift (HT/CL) is a simple, routinely used maneuver to open the upper airway. Changes in the peak expiratory flow rate (PEFR) before and after the HT/CL maneuver have...
Variations in chest compression time, ventilation time and rescuers' heart rate during conventional cardiopulmonary resuscitation in trained male rescuers

Hong JY, Oh JH

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):31-35.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.17.280
OBJECTIVE: This study was conducted to determine why rescuers could maintain adequate chest compression depth for longer periods during conventional cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). METHODS: Various CPR parameters, including average compression depth...
Pilot study on a rewarming rate of 0.15°C/hr versus 0.25°C/hr and outcomes in post cardiac arrest patients

Cho E, Lee SE, Park E, Kim HH, Lee JS, Choi S, Min YG, Chae MK

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):25-30.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.17.275
OBJECTIVE: Cerebral hemodynamic and metabolic changes may occur during the rewarming phase of targeted temperature management in post cardiac arrest patients. Yet, studies on different rewarming rates and patient outcomes...
The difference of Use of CT in the general versus pediatric emergency departments for adolescent patients in the same tertiary hospital

Kim SK, Jung JH, Lee JH, Jung JY, Kwon H, Paek SH, Kwak YH, Kim DK

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):19-24.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.17.274
OBJECTIVE: The use of computed tomography (CT) in pediatric patients has decreased since the association between radiation and cancer risk has been reported. However, in adolescent patients being treated as...
Assessment of serum biomarkers and coagulation/fibrinolysis markers for prediction of neurological outcomes of out of cardiac arrest patients treated with therapeutic hypothermia

Park JH, Wee JH, Choi SP, Oh JH, Cheol S

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):9-18.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.17.273
OBJECTIVE: Despite increased survival in patients with cardiac arrest, it remains difficult to determine patient prognosis at the early stage. This study evaluated the prognosis of cardiac arrest patients using...
Efficacy of quick Sequential Organ Failure Assessment with lactate concentration for predicting mortality in patients with community-acquired pneumonia in the emergency department

Song H, Moon HG, Kim SH

  • Clin Exp Emerg Med.
  • 2019 Mar;6(1):1-8.
  • doi: 10.15441/ceem.17.262
OBJECTIVE: Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) is a major cause of sepsis, and sepsis-related acute organ dysfunction affects patient mortality. Although the quick Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (qSOFA) is a new screening...

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