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Validity of the Newly Developed Five Level Pediatric Triage System Implemented in a Children’s Hospital Emergency Department
Purpose: Korean Acuity and Triage Scale (KTAS) has been used nationally since 2016 for triage in emergency departments. After the newly developed triage tool was applied, there have been few studies of the validity of pediatric KTAS. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the...
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Effect of Hospitalization Decision by Emergency Physicians on Patient’s Emergency Department Length of Stay: Before and After Study using Historical Control
Purpose: This study analyzed the effects of the hospitalization decisions made by emergency physicians (EP) on the emergency department length of stay (ED-LOS). Methods: From March 2016, the hospitalization decisions of six internal medicine departments were made by EP, which ha...
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The Usefulness of the mPTS (modified pediatric trauma score) and Newly Developed Extended mPTS as a High Risk Pediatric Trauma Patients Screening Tool: Support of Two Tiered Trauma Team Activation System
Purpose: A secondary triage tool for pediatric trauma patients, “modified pediatric trauma score (mPTS)” was introduced to predict high risk trauma. Methods: Pediatric trauma patients (≤15 years) presenting to the Pusan National University Hospital trauma center emergency d...
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Analysis of Prognostic Factors Affecting Admission in Acute Alcohol-intoxicated Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury Visiting Emergency Room
Purpose: This study analyzed the prognostic factors affecting admission in acute alcohol-intoxicated traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients visiting the emergency room. Methods: A multicenter, retrospective observational study was conducted on 821 acute alcohol-intoxicated adult ...
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