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Moyamoya disease in a 3-year-old boy presenting with a focal motor seizure provoked by hyperventilation

Hwang S, Kim JH, Yoon HM, Yum MS

  • Pediatr Emerg Med J.
  • 2018 Jun;5(1):25-29.
  • doi: 10.22470/pemj.2018.00199
A previously healthy, 3-year-old boy presented to the emergency department with an afebrile focal motor seizure. He was found crying and having a seizure 30 minutes earlier. During this seizure,...
Correlation between the occurrence of acute gastroenteritis in children and regional temperature at a tertiary hospital emergency department in Korea

Kang Y, Park S, Koh H, Kim S

  • Pediatr Emerg Med J.
  • 2018 Jun;5(1):19-24.
  • doi: 10.22470/pemj.2018.00192
PURPOSE: Several studies have investigated the association between acute gastroenteritis (AGE) and regional temperatures. We aimed to investigate the correlation between the occurrence of AGE and regional temperature in Korean...
An analysis of caregivers' preference regarding fever management in the emergency department

Kim HJ, Kim HJ

  • Pediatr Emerg Med J.
  • 2018 Jun;5(1):13-18.
  • doi: 10.22470/pemj.2017.00143
PURPOSE: To investigate caregivers' preference regarding fever management in the emergency department. METHODS: Between July 2011 and June 2014, we surveyed the preference in fever management by caregivers of febrile children...
Age group characteristics of children who visited the emergency department with acute poisoning by ingestion

Ryu WS, Choi JY, Cho JS, Lim YS, Hyun SY, Yang HJ

  • Pediatr Emerg Med J.
  • 2018 Jun;5(1):5-12.
  • doi: 10.22470/pemj.2018.00206
PURPOSE: To investigate the age group characteristics of children who visited the emergency department with acute poisoning by ingestion. METHODS: We reviewed children under 19 years who visited the emergency department...
Recent advances in the diagnosis of Kawasaki disease

Han JW

  • Pediatr Emerg Med J.
  • 2018 Jun;5(1):1-4.
  • doi: 10.22470/pemj.2018.00220
Kawasaki disease (KD) has been increasing recently in Korea. Although the delayed diagnosis of KD can cause coronary artery abnormalities, no specific test is available. Thus, optimal guidelines for early...

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