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ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2019 February 20
Efficacy of quick Sequential Organ Failure Assessment with lactate concentration for predicting mortality in patients with community-acquired pneumonia in the emergency department
Objective Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) is a major cause of sepsis, and sepsis-related acute organ dysfunction affects patient mortality. Although the quick Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (qSOFA) is a new screening tool for patients with suspected infection, its predic...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2019 February 20
Assessment of serum biomarkers and coagulation/fibrinolysis markers for prediction of neurological outcomes of out of cardiac arrest patients treated with therapeutic hypothermia
Objective Despite increased survival in patients with cardiac arrest, it remains difficult to determine patient prognosis at the early stage. This study evaluated the prognosis of cardiac arrest patients using brain injury, inflammation, cardiovascular ischemic events, and coagu...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2019 February 20
The difference of Use of CT in the general versus pediatric emergency departments for adolescent patients in the same tertiary hospital
Objective The use of computed tomography (CT) in pediatric patients has decreased since the association between radiation and cancer risk has been reported. However, in adolescent patients being treated as adult patients, there has been a high incidence of CT use in emergency de...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2019 February 12
Variations in chest compression time, ventilation time and rescuers’ heart rate during conventional cardiopulmonary resuscitation in trained male rescuers
Objective This study was conducted to determine why rescuers could maintain adequate chest compression depth for longer periods during conventional cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Methods Various CPR parameters, including average compression depth (ACD), average compressio...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2019 March 28
Change in peak expiratory flow rate after the head-tilt/chin-lift maneuver among young, healthy, and conscious volunteers
Objective The head-tilt/chin-lift (HT/CL) is a simple, routinely used maneuver to open the upper airway. Changes in the peak expiratory flow rate (PEFR) before and after the HT/CL maneuver have not been evaluated among conscious volunteers who are regarded as a control cohort. ...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2019 February 20
Effect of rapid influenza diagnostic tests on patient management in an emergency department
Objective We evaluated the effect of rapid influenza diagnostic tests (RIDTs) on patient management in an emergency department for 3 years after 2009, and also identified factors associated with the choice of treatment for patients with influenza-like illnesses. Methods The stu...
CASE REPORT 2018 January 31
Metoprolol treatment of dual cocaine and bupropion cardiovascular and central nervous system toxicity
Cardiovascular and central nervous system (CNS) toxicity, including tachydysrhythmia, agitation, and seizures, may arise from cocaine or bupropion use. We report acute toxicity from the concomitant use of cocaine and bupropion in a 25-year-old female. She arrived agitated and un...
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