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Comparison with in-hospital Korean Triage and Acuity Scale (KTAS) and prehospital triage system in a metropolitan city
Objective: This study was conducted to analyze and compare the classifications of a prehospital triage system and an in-hospital triage system. Methods: The records of patients transferred from the ‘119’ emergency service for 5 months (from January 1 to May 31, 2016) were co...
Primary visit, transfer, and re-transfer to emergency department in patients with severe emergency diseases in Chungnam
Objective: Regionalization is one of the principal subjects for the advancement of rural emergency medical service systems in South Korea. This study shows the characteristics of interhospital transfer and status of the incidence of three major emergency disorders (acute myoca...
Impact of interhospital transfer on outcomes for trauma patients: impact of direct versus non-direct transfer
Objective: This study compared the prognosis of patients who visited the trauma center directly (direct visit group) with those transferred from the non-trauma center (transferred group). Methods: The patients, who were 18 or older with Injury Severity Score of 15 or more in th...
The characteristics of mild head injuries in preschool-age children fall: a retrospective observational study
Objective: Falling is a common cause of head injury in preschool aged children. We investigated the characteristics of mild head injuries caused by falling and the association between body weight and occurrence of traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Methods: This retrospective obse...
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