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Evaluation of Fingerstick Blood Glucose in Hypotensive Patients
Dong Wun Shin, Jun Sig Kim, Seung Baik Han, Jun Hee Lee, Ah Jin Kim, Ji Hye Kim, Woong Khi, Sung Tae Ahn, Yong Joo Lee, Kwang Je Baek
Journal of The Korean Society of Emergency Medicine. 2002;13(1):73-77.
      
CORRELATION OF SERUM LACTATE LEVEL TO PROGNOSIS IN SHOCK PATIENTS
Cheon Jae Yoon, Uk Jin Kim, Hong Du Goo, Seung Ho Kim
Journal of The Korean Society of Emergency Medicine. 1996;7(4):506-510.   Published online December 31, 1996
      
THE EFFECT OF 100% OXYGEN ON THE OXYGENATION OF GUT MUCOSA IN HEMORRHAGED CATS
Yu Mee Lee, Kyung Don Hahm
Journal of The Korean Society of Emergency Medicine. 1996;7(4):449-457.   Published online December 31, 1996
      
EFFECTS OF HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY IN A RAT MODEL OF ACUTE HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
Seong Joong Kim, Chol Kim, Dong Jin Gwak, Jun Sig Kim, Joon Pil Cho
Journal of The Korean Society of Emergency Medicine. 1994;5(2):187-192.   Published online December 31, 1994
      
COMPARISON OF HEMODYNAMIC EFFECTS OF INTRAOSSEOUS AND CENTRAL VENOUS ROUTES OF PENTASPAN(10% PENTASTARCH) FOR RESUSCITATION OF HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK IN A SWINE MODEL
Won Jae Lee, Kyu Nam Pak, Ju Il Hwang, Keun Woo Rhim, Se Kyung Kim
Journal of The Korean Society of Emergency Medicine. 1994;5(1):26-33.   Published online July 31, 1994
      
OPTIMAL PREOPERATIVE FLUID RESUSCITATION IN NEAR-FATAL UNCONTROLLED HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK IN A RAT MODEL
Seung Ho Kim, Seok Joon Jang, Gu Young Jung, Kyung Ryoung Lee, Seung Whan Kim
Journal of The Korean Society of Emergency Medicine. ;5(1):17-25.   Published online July 31, 1994
      
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