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Quantitative size measurement of the posterior ambient cistern in early brain computed tomography of patients with cardiac arrest
Objective: Predictors for neuroprognostication in early brain computed tomography (CT) within 24 hours of cardiac arrest are available for patients, but have not been very promising. Quantitative cistern effacement has not been investigated, although the gray matter to white mat...
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Comparison of optimal triage and treatment during transport via Doctor-HEMS and EMS-HEMS
Objective: Helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) have been used for prompt and appropriate transport of trauma patients. South Korea operates a dual HEMS system consisting of the Doctor-HEMS and the EMS-HEMS. This study compared the relevance of evaluation and treatment d...
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A study on the characteristics of elderly patients with respiratory symptoms who visited the emergency department
Objective: With the increase in the elderly population worldwide, there has been a corresponding increase in the proportion of elderly patients who visit the emergency department (ED). Therefore, research on the elderly not only aids in the treatment of diseases but also assists...
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The value of presepsin, procalcitonin, and C-reactive protein in sepsis associated organ failure in the emergency department: a retrospective analysis according to the Sepsis-3 definition
Objective: Early diagnosis of sepsis is essential for bundle treatment. The purpose of this study was to determine the clinical significance of presepsin in sepsis related organ failure in the emergency department compared to other inflammatory markers. Methods: This was a retr...
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