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Errors of Death Certificate for Poisoning Related Death

Park CH, Kim SH

Purpose: This study examines errors in death certificates (DCs) issued to cases of poisoning. Methods: DCs issued in poisoning cases were retrospectively reviewed. Errors in the DC were classified as major...
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A Study on the Death Certificates and the Warrant of Seizure in Relation to the Death Certification System

Kim YS, Kim TE

The death certification system in a modern welfare state is of critical importance because it is related to the collection of national statistics for health policy, social security and social...
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Analysis of Errors on Death Certificate for Trauma Related Death

Chang JH, Kim SH, Lee H, Choi B

PURPOSE: This study was to investigate errors of death certificate (DC) issued for patients with trauma. METHODS: A retrospective review for DC issued after death related to trauma at a training...
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Concordance between the underlying causes of death on death certificates written by three emergency physicians

Lee H, Kim SH, Choi B, Ock M, Park EJ

OBJECTIVE: This study was conducted to evaluate the concordance between the underlying causes of death (UCOD) on the death certificates written by three emergency physicians (EPs). We investigated errors on...
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The effect of education on ‘how to write the death certificate’ for resident trainees of the emergency department

Kang E, Lee H, Kim SH

OBJECTIVE: This study investigated the most common errors on death certificates written by resident trainees of the emergency department and evaluated the effects of education on how to write a...
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Determination of cause and manner of death

Yoo SH

Medical certificates of death and post-mortem examinations reflect the exclusive competence of medical doctors, according to Article 17 of the Medical Service Act. Although a medical certificate of death is...
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How to write a death certificate: from a statistical point of view

Shin HY, Lee S

Although the enclosed rate of death certificates has steadily improved when domestic death notification to the government, the percent of well-certified causes of death is still 29th among the 35...
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A proposal for writing a better death certificate

Kim MY, Lee SD

Guidelines for writing death certificates have recently been released in various forms. However, the educational efforts of medical doctors do not seem to have led to significant improvements in the...
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The Current Status of Death Certificate Written in an Academic Hospital and the Degree of Agreement in Interpretation: A Single Center Observational Study

Baek D, Cho H, Moon S, Park J, Song J, Kim J, Jeon S, Ahn E

PURPOSE: This study aims to review the appropriateness of the issued death certificates and autopsy reports and to evaluate the improvement points of these documents in accordance with the guidelines...
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Analysis of Death Certificate Errors of a University Hospital Emergency Room

Yoon SH, Kim R, Lee CS

This study aimed to analyze the errors and their causes in inappropriately completed death certificates, and to suggest improvement measures. The death certificate is an important medical document that proves...
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The Predictive Ratios of Intoxicated Deaths by Police's Death Scene Investigation and Doctor's Death Certificates in South Korea

Yang KM, Lee BW, Park JW, Lee S, Yun WJ, Park S, Lee MJ, Lee HY, Choi YS, Chung NE, Kim YH, Yoo SH, Kim JH

Forensic autopsies were performed on 1,821 cases in 2014 and 2,024 cases in 2015 at the National Forensic Service Seoul Institute. Based on the autopsy reports, 103 cases (5.7%) in...
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The Discrepancy of the Cause and Manner of Death between Death Certificates and Autopsy Reports

Kim HG, Park JW, Cho WY, Seo JH, Choi CH, Na JY

Both death certificates and postmortem examination certificates are used as proof of death. These certificates sometimes contain erroneous information but how frequently they do so is unknown. In particular, only...
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A Study of the Investigative Method of Cause of Death for Making out a Death Certificate

Ok TG, Cho JH, Park CW, Kim YS, Moon JB, Choi KH, Seo JY, Ahn HC, Ahn ME, Lee BK, Cho BR, Kim YH

  • KMID: 1898812
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2006 Jun;17(3):245-253.
PURPOSE: We address investigative or analytical methods to report death in drawing up a death certificate. METHOD: This study was based on the death certificates completed at the emergency department,...
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Proportion of Death Certificates Issued by Physicians and Associated Factors in Korea, 1990-2002

Jo MW, Khang YH, Yun S, Lee JY, Lee MS, Lee SI

  • KMID: 2283773
  • J Prev Med Public Health.
  • 2004 Nov;37(4):345-352.
OBJECTIVES: Previous studies showed that death certification by physicians was an important predictor to improve the quality of death certificate data in South Korea. This study was conducted to examine...
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Inadequacies of Death Certification: The Role of Forensic Pathologist

Lee SY, Choi YS, Chung NE, Han GR, Kim YH, Yang KM, Park HJ, Choi BH, Kim SH, Lee JH, Lee HY, Lee WT

  • KMID: 2250458
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2002 Oct;26(2):72-79.
Death certification is a public health surveillance tool and a valuable source of information at the national and local levels. Among activities that benefit from the availability of cause-of-death statistics...
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A Comparison of Occupation, Education, and Cause of Death from National Death Certificates and Deaths Data Due to Workplace Injuries from WELCO in Korea

Son M

  • KMID: 2303971
  • Korean J Epidemiol.
  • 2001 Dec;23(2):44-51.
PURPOSE: The variables (occupation, education, cause of death, age, and sex) on death certificates can be used for health related studies, however, there has been little research on health related...
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