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Outbreak of Nosocomial Legionellosis Managed by Adoption of Chlorine Dioxide Infusion System

Go S, Kim SY, Shin MJ, Lee ES, Kim YJ, Kim HB, Song KH, Park JS, Park SB, Park GY, Kim ES

Background: Close surveillance of Legionella in the plumbing systems of medical institutions is required because of the higher morbidity and mortality of nosocomial legionellosis. We experienced an outbreak of legionellosis in...
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What Factors Delay Interatrial Communications Closure in the Oval Fossa?

Lee SH, Seo MK, Park GY, Kim SS

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Rheumatoid Shoulder

Park GY

Shoulder joint involvement is common in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and the clinical manifestations are nonspecific. Shoulder joint destruction in the patients with RA gradually occurs, resulting in decreased function....
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Foot and Ankle Motion after Tibiotalocalcaneal Arthrodesis: Comparison with Tibiotalar Arthrodesis Using a Multi-Segment Foot Model

Cao L, Kyung MG, Park GY, Hwang IU, Kang HW, Lee DY

Background: Tibiotalocalcaneal arthrodesis is an established surgical procedure for treating patients with end-stage ankle joint arthritis and subtalar joint arthritis. Although it greatly relives pain, a major drawback is loss...
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Assessment of Validity and Reliability of Plantar Pressure in Smart Insole

Kang HW, An YL, Kim DY, Lee DO, Park GY, Lee DY

Purpose: Smart insoles are wearable devices that are inserted into shoes. Smart insoles with built-in pressure and acceleration sensors can measure the plantar pressure, stride length, and walking speed. This...
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Atypical Dysphagia in an Anti-Hu Positive Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer Patient

Kim I, Kim J, Lee HY, Park GY, Jeong SA, Hwang H, Im S

Anti-Hu antibodies usually present in small cell lung cancer are associated with encephalomyelitis, encephalitis, cerebellitis, and neuropathies. However, to our knowledge, non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) related anti-Hu syndrome presenting acute...
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A Risk Factor Analysis of Axillary Web Syndrome in Patients After Breast Cancer Surgery: A Single Center Study in Korea

Jeong S, Song BJ, Rhu J, Kim C, Im S, Park GY

Objective To investigate the prevalence and risk factors of axillary web syndrome (AWS) in Korean patients. Methods This retrospective study included a total of 189 women who underwent breast cancer surgery...
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Drug Labeling Status of Culprit Drugs Inducing Severe Cutaneous Adverse Reactions

Yeom HJ, Kim HHw, Kim HJ, Park S, Jang JY, Park GY, Kang DY, Kang HR

Objective: The labeling status of culprit drugs of Severe Cutaneous Adverse Reactions (SCAR) was evaluated by comparing the labeling status of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to the...
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Adverse Reactions after the Second Dose of ChAdOx1 COVID-19 Vaccine in H ealthcare Workers

Kim HJ, Kim HH, Park S, Yeom HJ, Jang JY, Park Gy, Kang HR, Kang DY

Objective: The Seoul National University Hospital Drug Safety Monitoring Center performed a prospective survey regarding adverse reactions after the second dose of the adenovirus-vectored vaccine (ChAdOx1 nCoV-19) in healthcare workers....
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A 10-Year Single-Center Experience of Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring

Park SB, Moon M, Kim HH, Park GY, Kang DY, Lee JY, Cho YS, Kang HR, Cho SH

Background/Aims: Despite proper use of pharmaceuticals, adverse drug reactions (ADRs) can lead to problems related to patient safety. We analyzed the characteristics of ADRs, particularly serious adverse events (SAEs), in...
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Ventricular Tachycardia in Neonates: A Report of Two Cases and Review of the Literature

Jung YR, Lee SH, Park GY, Kim SS

In the case of hemodynamically stable broad complex tachycardia, it is essential to evaluate the causes and to diagnose correctly in the selection of appropriate management and drugs. We report...
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A Neonate Diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome Presenting with Cardiogenic Shock

Ha JE, Lee SH, Park GY, Shin YL, Kim SS, Jang MA

We present the case of a healthy 28-day-old female full-term neonate who was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit for severe metabolic acidosis, hypoglycemia, and an initial sinus rhythm....
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Musculoskeletal Pains and Their Risk Factors in Endoscopists

Park Gy

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Precautions for COVID-19 Vaccination

Kim HJ, Kim HH, Park GY, Kang DY

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Improving the Prescription System to Prevent Adverse Drug Reactions

Kim HJ, Moon M, Kim HH, Park S, Kang RY, Park GY, Kang HR, Kang DY

Objective: Many medical institutions provide warnings when physicians prescribe medication with a history of adverse reaction to prevent adverse drug reaction. If the range of warning is too narrow, it...
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Oral Administration of Nonionic Water-Soluble Contrast Media to Treat Meconium Obstruction in Premature Infants: A Preliminary Study

Hong HS, Kim SS, Park GY

Purpose: Meconium obstruction of prematurity (MOP) predisposes premature infants to intestinal perforation and prolonged hospitalization if not diagnosed and treated promptly. A standard contrast enema is less effective to treat...
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Dysgeusia as Anti-GQ1b Antibody Syndrome with Brainstem Involvement: A Tractography Case Report

Han Y, Kim YK, Park GY, Jeong SA, Im S

Dysgeusia and dysphagia are rarely reported as the sole clinical symptoms of anti-GQ1b antibody syndrome involving the cranial nerves (CN). According to previous reports, those exhibiting bilateral facial nerve palsy...
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Deletion Timing of Cic Alleles during Hematopoiesis Determines the Degree of Peripheral CD4+ T Cell Activation and Proliferation

Park GY, Lee GW, Kim S, Hong H, Park JS, Cho JH, Lee Y

Capicua (CIC) is a transcriptional repressor that regulates several developmental processes. CIC deficiency results in lymphoproliferative autoimmunity accompanied by expansion of CD44hiCD62Llo effector/memory and follicular Th cell populations. Deletion of...
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The Usefulness and Clinical Characteristics of Antidepressant Use for Stroke Patients with Rehabilitation Program: An Exploratory Analysis

Lee KH, Park GY, Bahk WM, Lee SJ, Pae CU

Objective: There has been a lack of data regarding the usefulness and clinical characteristic between patients-treated with and without antidepressants (Pw/Pwo ADs). Methods: One hundred and eighty inpatients were recruited and...
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KSNR Clinical Consensus Statements: Rehabilitation of Patients with Parkinson's Disease

KSNR PD Writing Group, Kim DY, Oh HM, Bok SK, Chang WH, Choi Y, Chun MH, Han SJ, Han TR, Jee S, Jung SH, Jung HY, Jung TD, Kim MW, Kim EJ, Kim HS, Kim YH, Kim Y, Kim DY, Kim DY, Kim DK, Ko SH, Ko MH, Lee JK, Lee J, Lee SJ, Lee SG, Lim SH, Oh BM, Paik NJ, Park KD, Park SW, Park GY, Park JH, Park YG, Pyun SB, Ryu B, Seo HG, Shin YI, Sohn MK, Yang SN, Yoo SD, Yoo WK

Clinical consensus statements (CCSs) aim to improve care for patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) and reduce the variability of rehabilitation methods in clinical practice. A literature search was conducted to...
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