Volume: 18

1. Factors Associated with Decision to Operate in Orbital Fractures. Page:294—299
2. Shock Index, Serum Lactate Level, and Arterial-End Tidal Carbon Dioxide Difference as Hospital Mortality Markers and Guidelines of Early Resuscitation in Hypovolemic Shock. Page:287—293
3. The Patients' Experiences in the Ambulance Services and the Factors which Influenced their Willingness to Return. Page:277—286
4. The Effect of Hospital-based Emergency Medical Technician Training on the Prehospital Measurement of Vital Signs. Page:267—276
5. Uncommon Iatrogenic Pneumothorax caused by Migration of a K-wire into the Pleural Cavity. Page:88—90
6. Management of Complete Tracheal Disruption after a Fall. Page:84—87
7. A Case that Pregnant Woman was Performed Emergency Cesarian Section During CPR. Page:80—83
8. The Analysis of Medical Services during Summer Universiade. Page:70—79
9. Clinical Analysis of Non-blood Transfusion Management in our Emergency Department. Page:64—69
10. Urinary Calculi Frequently Detected on Ultrasonography?. Page:56—63
11. Surveillance on Hazardous Materials Preparedness in the Emergency Department in Korea: Personal Protection Equipment. Page:48—55
12. The Effects of Quercetin on Paraquatinduced cell Damage. Page:41—48
13. Toxicants Reported in Research on Fatal Toxic Exposure in Korea. Page:32—40
14. A Preliminary Study of Gender Difference on Clinical Presentation of Acute Ischemic Stroke: A Single Center Study. Page:26—31
15. Differential Diagnosis of Right Heart Failure and Left Heart Failure in Acute Dyspnea: The Meaning of N-terminal Probrain Natriuretic Peptide (NTproBNP). Page:19—25
16. Reliability of a Comprehensive Fivelevel Triage System: Modified Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale. Page:10—18
17. Development and Pilot Applications of Simulation-Based Comprehensive Emergency Airway Management Courses. Page:1—9
18. Ondine's Curse in a Patient with Right Medullary and Bilateral Cerebellar Infarctions: A Case Report. Page:355—358
19. A Case of Rupture of a Renal Artery Aneurysm in Polyarteritis Nodosa which is predicted early in Emergency Department. Page:351—354
20. A Case of Bladder Rupture after Normal Vaginal Delivery. Page:346—350
21. Prediction of Endotracheal Tube Size for Korean Children with Broselow Tape. Page:339—345
22. Analysis of Predictive Factors for Children with Abdominal Pain in Emergency Departments. Page:333—338
23. Effect of the Asian Dust Events on Respiratory Disease During the Spring. Page:326—332
24. Effects of Appropriate Sputum Expectoration on Culture Studies in Emergency Department. Page:320—325
25. Evaluation of Left Ventricular Systolic Function by Tissue Doppler Imaging. Page:313—319
26. The Adequacy of Self-reporting and Physician's Diagnoses for Assessing Alcohol Ingestion in Trauma Patients. Page:307—312
27. Analysis of Risk Factors Influencing the Severity of Agricultural Machinery-Related Injuries. Page:300—306
28. Cardiac Tamponade presenting to the Emergency Department after Pinning of a Clavicle Fracture. Page:615—617
29. The Diagnostic Method and Importance of Intracranial Pseudoaneurysm Developed by Head trauma: Case report. Page:609—614
30. Survey of Emergency Medical Ethics in Korea. Page:598—608
31. Predictive Factors of Serious Etiology in Patients with Syncope. Page:590—597
32. Usefulness of Clinical Treatment Protocol on the Acute Pyelonephritis for Diabetic and Elderly Female Patients. Page:584—589
33. The Effectiveness of Antivenin in Treating Snake Bites Resulting in Minimal Clinical Symptoms. Page:577—583
34. Is Oral N-acetylcysteine Effective on the Prevention of Radiocontrast induced Nephropathy in Patients with Acute Renal Failure?. Page:570—576
35. Clinical Utility of Abdominal MDCT in Elderly Patients with Non-traumatic Acute Abdominal Pain. Page:563—569
36. Is Routinely Repeated Brain Computed Tomography Necessary after Traumatic Brain Injury in an Emergency Setting?. Page:554—562
37. Lactic Acidosis as a Prognostic Factor and a Therapeutic Guideline for Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock. Page:546—553
38. Hypothermic Carotid Arterial Flush for Induction of Selective Cerebral Hypothermia during Cardiac Arrest. Page:537—545
39. Analysis on Trauma Patients in Different Application System of Transfusion. Page:529—536
40. Consideration of Features of beta-blocker Medication after Acute Myocardial Infarction in the Emergency Department. Page:522—528
41. Diagnostic Criteria of Electrocardiography in Anterior wall ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction. Page:514—521
42. Are We Using the Appropriate dose of Sedatives during RSI? : Retrospective Observational Study in Two Emergency Centers. Page:508—513
43. Assessment of Cricoid Pressure Application by Emergency Department Personnel. Page:503—507
44. The Effect and Retention of CPR Training in Nursing Students. Page:496—502
45. Appropriateness of Emergency Department-based Triage for Determining Transfer of Burn Patients to a Burn Care Specialty Center. Page:487—495
46. Difficult Situation on Complete Response to Sudden Infant Death in Korea - Suggestion of Plans to Overcome. Page:471—486
47. Comparison and Analysis of Overall User Satisfaction over 10 years in an Emergency Medical Center. Page:458—470
48. A Case of Omental Infarct with Right Lower Quadrant Pain. Page:173—175
49. A Case of Central Pontine Myelinolysis Presenting as Continuous Nausea in the 16th week of Pregnancy. Page:168—172
50. A Case of Ureterovesical Junction Stone; Confirmed by New Doppler Finding and Quick Bladder Filling. Page:164—167
51. Which Position is Ideal for Subclavian Venous Catheterization?. Page:159—163
52. Application of the Mortality in Emergency Department Sepsis (MEDS) Scoring System in the Evaluation of Suspected Sepsis in an Emergency Department. Page:150—158
53. Clinical Manifestations and Prognostic Factors for Tetanus in the Emergency Department. Page:143—149
54. Effects of alpha-Lipoic Acid on Apoptotic Cell Death in Rat Hippocampus Following Transient Forebrain Ischemia-reperfusion Injury. Page:134—142
55. A case of the Colon Perforated Patient Visited Emergency Department for Pneumomediastinum. Page:438—442
56. A Case of Transient Toxic Response with Accidental Intravascular Administration of Benoxinate. Page:434—437
57. Usefulness of Ultrasonography as a Disposition Tool for Patients with Acute Flank Pain and Microscopic Hematuria in an Emergency Department. Page:429—433
58. The Relationship of Self-reported Pain Scores with Vital Signs in Ureter Stone Patients. Page:423—428
59. The Diagnostic Accuracy of Abdominal Ultrasonography for Acute Appendicitis and Acute Cholecystitis Performed by Emergency Physicians after Systematic Training for the Abdominal Ultrasonography. Page:414—422
60. Relationships between beta-fibrinogen gene -455 G/A Polymorphism, 448 G/A Polymorphism, and Plasma Fibrinogen Concentration in Korean Ischemic Stroke Patients. Page:406—413
61. A Study of the Usefulness of the Bispectral Index Monitor During Pediatric Procedural Sedation by Rectal Thiopental Administration in the Emergency Department. Page:399—405
62. Unrecognized Anemia in Emergency Department. Page:394—398
63. Optimal Length of Central Venous Catheterization Using 3-Dimensional Multi-Detector Row Computed Tomography. Page:387—393
64. The Impacts of Helmet Use on Injuries in Motorcycle Crash Patients in Korea. Page:381—386
65. Clinical value of Ischemia Modified Albumin (IMA) and Albumin-Adjusted Ischemia Modified Albumin (Aa IMA) to the Patients with Suspected Acute Coronary Syndrome in Emergency Department. Page:375—380
66. Clinical Analysis of the Stadium Stampede in Sang-ju, Korea. Page:367—374
67. Effect of Aprotinin on Uncontrolled Hemorrhage After Splenic Injury Model in Rats. Page:359—366
68. A case Report of Hyponatremia Resulting from Treatment of Anaphylaxis and Rhabdomyolysis in a Snake Bite Patient. Page:263—266
69. The Study of Accuracy of Death Statistics. Page:256—262
70. Clinical Analysis of Early Death in Severe Drowning Patients. Page:250—255
71. Clinical Analysis of Facial Bone Fractures. Page:241—249
72. Effect of Alcohol on Base Deficit in Trauma. Page:234—240
73. The Availability of Bedside Ultrasonography in Confirming Endotracheal Tube Placement in the Emergency Department. Page:227—233
74. Medical error reporting system in the emergency department. Page:218—226
75. Experiences of Using Extracorporeal Life Support in Cardiac Arrest Unresponsive to Standard Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. Page:211—217
76. Outcome of Pediatric Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest. Page:202—210
77. Selection of Target Age for School Education of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Using Video Self-instruction Program. Page:196—201
78. Maritime Remote Medical Advice Performed by Emergency Medical Information Center in South Korea. Page:190—195
79. Prospective Multicenter Evaluation of Prehospital Care by 119 Rescue Services. Page:177—189
80. Correlation Between Chemokine Production and Injury Type in Acute Brain Injury Patients. Page:124—133
81. Estimation of Central Venous Pressure using Ultrasound Imaging of Inferior Vena Cava. Page:115—123
82. Clinical Manifestations of Novel Stressinduced Cardiomyopathy Mimicking Acute Myocardial Infarction: Single Center Emergency Department, Retrospective Study. Page:107—114
83. Factor for The Dissatisfaction of Patient for Emergency Department Services. Page:97—106
84. Delphi Study to Develop Consensus for the Quality Improvement of Prehospital Care. Page:91—96
85. Analysis of Patients were Transported by 119 Helicopter from Mountain Accident Scenes in Seoul. Page:450—457
86. Problems in Toxic Materials Information Systems for Disasters and Mass Casualties in Korea. Page:443—449