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Evaluation of Antifungal Activities of Bee Venom Components Against Malassezia Strains

Kim JH, Park J, Park KK, An HJ, Lee YW

BACKGROUND: Several studies about bee venom components have reported anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer effects. Malassezia species are components of skin flora, and also associated with many dermatologic diseases such as...
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Characteristics of Korean Poisoning Patients: Retrospective Analysis by National Emergency Department Information System

Kim W, Kim KH, Shin DW, Park J, Kim H, Jeon W, Park JM, Kim JE, Kim H

PURPOSE: The study examined the poisoned patients' characteristics nationwide in Korea by using data from the National Emergency Department Information System (NEDIS). METHODS: Among the patients' information sent to NEDIS from...
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A case of hair dye-induced contact anaphylaxis

Shin SM, Lee Y, Moon H, Kim SA, Oh JH, Chung S, Shim JS, Kang HR

Anaphylaxis is a sudden-onset life-threatening systemic hypersensitivity reaction. Allergens, such as foods, stinging insect venoms, and drugs, are the globally important causative factors for anaphylaxis. Para-phenylenediamine (PPD), an aromatic amine,...
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Systemic and Local Phenotypes of Barium Chloride Induced Skeletal Muscle Injury in Mice

Jung HW, Choi JH, Jo T, Shin H, Suh JM

Skeletal muscle regeneration in mice has traditionally been studied using local freeze burn or snake venom injection models. More recently, a barium chloride (BaClâ‚‚)-induced muscle injury model has been established...
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A Report of Two Case of Ocular Toxicity Resulting from Direct or Indirect Bee Venom

Lee CH, Lee CH, Chang MH, Seo YS

PURPOSE: To report a patient stung by a bee, who was diagnosed with sterile endopthalmitis and another patient diagnosed with optic neuritis, with decreasing visual acuity, after refined bee venom...
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Fasciotomy in compartment syndrome from snakebite

Kim YH, Choi JH, Kim J, Chung YK

BACKGROUND: Local symptoms and signs of snake envenomation mimic the clinical features of compartment syndrome. It is important to measure the intracompartmental pressure to diagnose compartment syndrome. In this study,...
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Antidotes Stocking and Delivery for Acute Poisoning Patients at 20 Emergency Departments in Korea 2015–2017

Lee S, Youn HD, Chang H, Won S, Kim KH, Oh BJ

PURPOSE: The National Emergency Medical Center has been running a project for the storage and delivery of antidotes for acute poisoning patients of the Department of Health and Welfare, Korea....
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Evaluation of the left venticular systolic function with the measurement of global longitudinal strain by Speckle tracking echocardiography in anaphylaxis

Demir S, Atici A, Coskun R, Olgac M, Unal D, Sarikaya R, Gelincik A, Colakoglu , Oflaz H, Sonsoz MR, Buyukozturk S

BACKGROUND: It is not known how cardiac functions are affected during anaphylaxis. OBJECTIVE: Our aim was to measure the cardiac functions shortly after an anaphylaxis attack using a new technique that...
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Bee venom stimulation of a lung meridian acupoint reduces inflammation in carrageenan-induced pleurisy: an alternative therapeutic approach for respiratory inflammation

Choi HS, Kang SY, Roh DH, Choi SR, Ryu Y, Lee JH

Respiratory inflammation is a frequent and fatal pathologic state encountered in veterinary medicine. Although diluted bee venom (dBV) has potent anti-inflammatory effects, the clinical use of dBV is limited to...
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Late-Onset Post-radiation Lymphedema Provoked by Bee Venom Therapy: A Case Report

Seo YJ, Jeong YS, Park HS, Park SW, Choi JY, Jung KJ, Lim JY

Lymphedema is a common complication associated with cancer itself or with cancer treatment. Lymphedema infrequently occurs after drug therapy. Bee venom is one of the materials used in acupuncture, and...
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Guillain-barré Syndrome after Multiple Bee Stings

Jin SC

Severe systemic responses including neurologic complications such as myasthenia gravis, myeloradiculopathy, optic neuropathy, parkinsonism, stroke and Guillain-barré syndrome can occur after bee stings. This case describes a 78-year-old female who...
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Usefulness of delta neutrophil index for early prediction of overt disseminated intravascular coagulopathy in patients with venomous snakebite

Cha YS, Lee KH, Lee SJ, Kwon HC, Lee JW, Kim HI, Kim OH, Cha KC, Kim H, Hwang SO

OBJECTIVE: Clinically, consumptive coagulopathy, such as disseminated intravascular coagulopathy (DIC), is the most important among the common venomous snakebite complications owing to the serious hemorrhage risk associated with this condition....
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Antifungal Effects of Bee Venom Components on Trichophyton rubrum: A Novel Approach of Bee Venom Study for Possible Emerging Antifungal Agent

Park J, Kwon O, An HJ, Park KK

BACKGROUND: Bee venom (BV) has been widely investigated for potential medical uses. Recent inadvertent uses of BV based products have shown to mitigate signs of fungal infections. However, the component...
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Venom allergy, risk factors for systemic reactions and the knowledge levels among Turkish beekeepers

Ediger D, Terzioglu , Ozturk RT

BACKGROUND: Allergic reactions developing after bee sting can be severe and life-threatening. According to epidemiological data, serious systemic reactions range between 1.2%–3%, and this is 2–3 times higher (6%) in...
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Widespread Lumbosacral Subdural Abscess after Bee Venom Therapy: A Case Report

Choi JC, Lee YS, Eun DC, Byun CW

STUDY DESIGN: Case report. OBJECTIVES: We report a case of widespread lumbosacral subdural abscess in a patient who underwent bee venom therapy. SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REVIEW: Subdural abscess is rare, but has...
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Combination of omalizumab and bee venom immunotherapy: does it work?

Yılmaz I, Bahçecioğlu SN, Türk M

Bee venom immunotherapy (b-VIT) can be combined with omalizumab therapy in order to suppress systemic reactions developing due to b-VIT itself. Omalizumab acts as a premedication and gains time for...
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The roles of mast cells in allergic inflammation and mast cell-related disorders

Kim HK

Mast cells, which are major effector cells in allergic reactions, are found in the perivascular spaces of most tissues and contain pro-inflammatory and vasoactive mediators. These mediators are released after...
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Severe Ulnar Nerve Injury After Bee Venom Acupuncture at a Traditional Korean Medicine Clinic: A Case Report

Park JS, Park YG, Jang CH, Cho YN, Park JH

This case report describes a severe nerve injury to the right ulnar nerve, caused by bee venom acupuncture. A 52-year-old right-handed man received bee venom acupuncture on the medial side...
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Prognostic Predictors of Outcome in Patients with Snake Bite, Based on Initial Findings in the Emergency Department

Baek IY, Kim TK, Jin SC, Cho WI

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to identify predictors of serious poisoning in patients with snake bite based on initial findings. METHODS: We conducted a retrospective study of patients with snake bite...
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The Role of Lipids in Development of Allergic Responses

del Moral , Martínez-Naves E

Most allergic diseases are caused by activation of Th2 type immune responses resulting in the production of specific IgE against proteins found in normally harmless substances such as pollen, mites,...
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