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Clinical Guidance for Point-of-Care Ultrasound in the Emergency and Critical Care Areas after Implementing Insurance Coverage in Korea

Choi WJ, Ha YR, Oh JH, Cho YS, Lee WW, Sohn YD, Cho GC, Koh CY, Do HH, Jeong WJ, Ryoo SM, Kwon JH, Kim HM, Kim SJ, Park CY, Lee JH, Lee JH, Lee DH, Park SY, Kang BS

Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is a useful tool that is widely used in the emergency and intensive care areas. In Korea, insurance coverage of ultrasound examination has been gradually expanding in...
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Dermatologic Diagnosis in the Emergency Department in Korea: An 11-Year Descriptive Study

Lee JY, Yun SJ, Kim GH, Lee AY, Lee SH, Hong JS

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Anaphylaxis diagnosis and management in the Emergency Department of a tertiary hospital in the Philippines

De Vera MJ, Tagaro IC

BACKGROUND: In the Emergency Department (ED), diagnosis and management of anaphylaxis are challenging with at least 50% of anaphylaxis episodes misdiagnosed when the diagnostic criteria of current guidelines are not...
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Big Data-Driven Approach for Health Inequalities in Foreign Patients with Injuries Visiting Emergency Rooms

Kang JY, Kwon J, Sohn CH, Kim YJ, Lim HW, Lee SJ, Kim WY, Kim N, Seo DW

OBJECTIVES: Foreign patients are more likely to receive inappropriate health service in the emergency room. This study aimed to investigate whether there is health inequality between foreigners and natives who...
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Machine Learning and Initial Nursing Assessment-Based Triage System for Emergency Department

Yu JY, Jeong GY, Jeong OS, Chang DK, Cha WC

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to develop machine learning (ML) and initial nursing assessment (INA)-based emergency department (ED) triage to predict adverse clinical outcome. METHODS: The retrospective study included...
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Wound complication among different skin closure techniques in the emergency cesarean section: a randomized control trial

Nayak G B, Saha PK, Bagga R, Joshi B, Rohilla M, Gainder S, Sikka P

OBJECTIVE: Cesarean section is the most commonly performed obstetrical surgical procedure; however, there are no standard guidelines on appropriate skin closure techniques and materials. Only few comparative studies have been...
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Using 2-mSv Appendiceal CT in Usual Practice for Adolescents and Young Adults: Willingness Survey of 579 Radiologists, Emergency Physicians, and Surgeons from 20 Hospitals

Kim HJ, Lee KH, Kim M, Park SB, Ko Y, LOCAT Group

OBJECTIVE: To survey care providers' willingness to use 2-mSv computed tomography (CT) in their usual practice for adolescents and young adults with suspected appendicitis. MATERIALS AND METHODS: An ethical committee approved...
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Performance of Copeptin for Early Diagnosis of Acute Myocardial Infarction in an Emergency Department Setting

Jeong JH, Seo YH, Ahn JY, Kim KH, Seo JY, Chun KY, Lim YS, Park PW

BACKGROUND: Rapid and accurate diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction (AMI) is critical for initiating effective treatment and achieving better prognosis. We investigated the performance of copeptin for early diagnosis of...
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Risk Factors and Causes of Short-Term Mortality after Emergency Department Discharge in Older Patients: Using Nationwide Health Insurance Claims Data

Na S, Cho Y, Lim TH, Kang H, Oh J, Ko BS

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to identify the risk factors and causes of short-term mortality after emergency department (ED) discharge in older patients. METHODS: This population-based cohort study used...
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Femoral Intertrochanteric Fractures of the Patients in the Emergency Department due to Minor Falls: Special Consideration in the Middle-old to Oldest-old Patients

Jang JM, Choi HS, Lee JS, Jeong KY, Hong HP, Ko SH

BACKGROUND: The older population (≥65 years) has rapidly increased in size in recent years. Among them, the middle-to-oldest-old (≥75 years) tend to have a poor health status. Therefore, subdivision and...
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Diagnostic accuracy and temporal impact of ultrasound in patients with dyspnea admitted to the emergency department

Gaber HR, Mahmoud MI, Carnell J, Rohra A, Wuhantu J, Williams S, Rafique Z, Peacock WF

OBJECTIVE: Few studies have prospectively evaluated the diagnostic accuracy and temporal impact of ultrasound in the emergency department (ED) in a randomized manner. In this study, we aimed to perform...
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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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Emergency department and hospital crowding: causes, consequences, and cures

McKenna P, Heslin SM, Viccellio , Mallon WK, Hernandez , Morley EJ

Overcrowding with associated delays in patient care is a problem faced by emergency departments (EDs) worldwide. ED overcrowding can be the result of poor ED department design and prolonged throughput...
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Risk factors associated with inpatient cardiac arrest during emergency endotracheal intubation at general wards

Park C

BACKGROUND: Peri-intubation cardiac arrest (PICA) following emergent endotracheal intubation (ETI) is a rare, however, potentially preventable type of cardiac arrest. Limited published data have described factors associated with inpatient PICA...
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The Effects of Simulation Education for New Nurses on Emergency Management Using Low-fidelity Simulator

Lee YH, Ahn HY

PURPOSE: This study focuses on investigating the effectiveness of simulation education on emergency management using a low-fidelity simulator as related to clinical skill performance, self-confidence, knowledge, learning satisfaction, and critical...
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Importance-Performance Analysis (IPA) to Improve Emergency Care for Novice Nurses

Park H, Kim Y, Chu SH

PURPOSE: Although emergency care is one of the most important capabilities for novice nurses, many novice nurses have shown difficulty in emergency care in the clinical field. The purpose of...
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Comparative analysis of unperforated and perforated appendicitis in laboratory values of patients who visited emergency center

Cho D, Seo JY

OBJECTIVE: Unperforated and perforated acute appendicitis need to be differentiated because appendicitis with a free perforation requires an emergency operation to prevent contamination inside the bowel from spreading into the...
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Inflow and outflow type analysis of emergency department patients of the Honam region

Oh M, Jeon B, Lee J, Jeong T, Heo T

OBJECTIVE: This study examined the inflow and outflow patterns of emergency department patients with si-gun-gu in the Gwangju, Jeonbuk, and Jeonnam areas. METHODS: Data from the Gwangju, Jeonbuk, and Jeonnam were...
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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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A nationwide study of the emergency department utilization rates according to season, day of the week, time of the day, region, and type of emergency department

Han JH, Lee SM, Choi G, Lee HC, Heo T

OBJECTIVE: The mismatch in the demand and supply of emergency medical resources has been a constant issue in Korean emergency departments (EDs). This study analyzed the characteristics and actual utilization...
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