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Hyo Seok Na 2 Articles
A Sheared Catheter Fragment in the Wrist after Arterial Cannulation Attempt: A Case Report
Sue Young Lee, Hyo Seok Na, Mi Hyun Kim, Chong Soo Kim, Young Tae Jeon, Jung Won Hwang, Sang Hwan Do
Korean J Crit Care Med. 2010;25(2):118-121.
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Continuous measurement of arterial pressure is frequently required in the perioperative management of critically ill patients and major surgeries. The complications following arterial cannulation include hematoma, thrombosis, ischemia, infection, aneurysm formation at the site of catheter insertion, and so on. The authors report a case of the sheared catheter during the arterial cannulation and the subsequent surgical removal of its remnant.


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Reversal of Focal Neurologic Deficit due to Preoperative Intracranial Pressure Reduction in a Patient with Early Rebleeding of Cerebral Aneurysm: A Case Report
Hyo Seok Na, Sang Hyun Park, Young Tae Jeon, Song Hwan Do, Hwan Hee Kim, Sang Chul Lee, Hee Pyoung Park
Korean J Crit Care Med. 2008;23(1):40-43.
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In the first hours after initial hemorrhage, up to 15% of patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) due to aneurysmal rupture may have a sudden episode of clinical deterioration resulting from rebleeding. In patients suffering from an aneurismal rebleeding, the prognosis becomes much poor. Early detection of rebleeding and preoperatively appropriate medical treatment for increased intracranial pressure (IICP) might be crucial to decrease the overall mortality and morbidity rate in a patient with aneurismal rebleeding. We report a case of a successful reversal of focal neurological deficit showed in a patient with abrupt rebleeding of ruptured aneurysm whose intracranial pressure was preoperatively reduced with hyperventilation, and thiopental and mannitol administration under general anesthesia in angiography suite, although the patient ended up in death due to postoperative IICP.

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