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Sang Jun Park 2 Articles
Analysis of Exposure Factors for Clinical and Preventive Aspects of Pediatric Electrical Burn Patients who Visited the Emergency Department
Sang Jun Park, Sung Wook Kim, Won Jung Jeong, Sang Hoon Oh, Jeong Taek Park
J Trauma Inj. 2015;28(3):170-176.   Published online September 30, 2015
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The aims of this study were to discuss treatment and prevention under the age of 18 to identify the characteristics of the electrical burn patients.
We retrospectively reviewed medical records of 97 patients with under age 18 of electric burn who were treated in emergency department of quarterly over 10,000 targets within the desired hospital for evaluation of electrical injuries between January 1, 2009 and December, 2013. We investigated age, gender, injury mechanism, season, degree of burn, surface of burn, complication, blood test, and voltage, kind of current.
Of the patients, 50 (50.5%) patients were in the first degree burn and 47 (49.5%) patients were in second degree burn. 68 (70.1%) patients had electric burn at home. 75 (85.2%) of 88 patients had normal sinus rhythm and other 13 people showed a RBBB, VPC, sinus bradycardia, sinus tachycardia. 41 (42.3) of 97 patients were in infants and 26 (26.8%) patients were in adolescence.
The results of this study emphasize the need for prevention of electricity at home for childhood and education of the adolescence.


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Traumatic Rupture of a Hepatic Hemangioma
Ji Eun Sung, Sang Jun Park, Chang Woo Nam, Jae Chol Hwang, Young Min Kim
J Trauma Inj. 2013;26(3):252-254.
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A hepatic hemangioma is the most frequent benign liver tumor. Once rupture occurs, the bleeding can barely be controlled by using conservative management or endovascular treatment. We report a case of traumatic hepatic hemangioma rupture. A 60-year-old man was referred to our hospital under cardiopulmonary cerebral resuscitation (CPCR). CPCR was continued for 16 minutes after his admission to the emergency room (ER). Computed tomography (CT) showed fluid accumulation in the peritoneal cavity with active contrast extravasation in the left lateral segment of the liver. Percutaneous transarterial embolization and massive transfusion were carried out. Embolization did not stop the bleeding, we decided on an exploration and then resected the lateral segment of the liver to control the bleeding. The specimen showed a ruptured hemangioma in the liver segment.

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