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A 4-year-old girl presenting with facial palsy, found to have increased delta neutrophil index, and diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia with extramedullary infiltration

Yoon SH, Kim SH, Lee MJ, Lee HJ, Lyu CJ, Kim MK

  • Pediatr Emerg Med J.
  • 2017 Jun;4(1):25-28.
  • doi: 10.22470/pemj.2017.00010
Although Bell's palsy is the most common cause of facial palsy in children, some cases have potentially fatal causes. We report a rare case of isolated facial palsy in a...
Triage results of children who visited the emergency department via emergency medical service providers: an observational study in a regional emergency medical center

Lee KJ, Park MH, Suh J, Jung SY, Lee SJ, Cha MI

  • Pediatr Emerg Med J.
  • 2017 Jun;4(1):18-24.
  • doi: 10.22470/pemj.2017.00017
PURPOSE: We aimed to investigate the triage results and the degree of agreement between prehospital and hospital stages of pediatric patients who visited the emergency department (ED) via emergency medical...
Factors associated with discharge of children from the emergency department after interfacility transfer

Seo Y, Jung SY, Suh J

  • Pediatr Emerg Med J.
  • 2017 Jun;4(1):12-17.
  • doi: 10.22470/pemj.2017.00038
PURPOSE: To investigate the factors associated with discharge of children from the emergency department (ED) after interfacility transfer. METHODS: We reviewed consecutive children who visited the ED via interfacility transfer from...
Pharmacokinetics and drug therapy in neonates

Cho HJ

  • Pediatr Emerg Med J.
  • 2017 Jun;4(1):5-11.
  • doi: 10.22470/pemj.2017.00059
Neonates include both full term and preterm infants up to 28 days of age. The heterogeneity and rapid physiologic change of neonates affect all aspects of pharmacokinetics such as absorption,...
Interfacility transport of critically ill children

Chang I, Jung JY, Kwak YH

  • Pediatr Emerg Med J.
  • 2017 Jun;4(1):1-4.
  • doi: 10.22470/pemj.2017.00073
Interfacility transport of critically ill children (transport) is a challenging component of pediatric critical care. The risk associated with the transport may be reduced by a specialized pediatric transport team,...

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