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Volume 20(10); Oct 1977
Original Articles
120 Cases of Exchange Transfusion.
Keun Lee
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1977;20(10):739-750.   Published online October 31, 1977
Records of 120 cases of exchange transfurious performed at Ewha Womans University Hospital were reviewed and analyzed. 1) 0.45% of infants born at Ewha Hospital had exchange transfusions. Of the total infants exchanged, 33.9% was infants born outside but admitted due to hyperbilirubinmia. 2) Hemolysis due to ABO incompatibility was the most common (36.7%) etiology of jaundice and the incidence...
Statistical Studies on Pediatric Emergency Room Patients.
Yeung Hoon Ahn, Tai Yeul Ma, Jae Seong Lee, Huh Sun
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1977;20(10):750-756.   Published online October 31, 1977
The authors reviewed 2,420 pediatric age group patients in the emergency room in Inchon Christian Hospital during 2 years period from Jul. 1974 to Jun. 1976. The results were obtained as follow. 1. Among the patients visting the emergency room, the patients under the 15 years of age were 21.9% of total emergency patients. 2. The male to female ratio...
Case Reports
A Case of Corrected Transposition of Great Vessels, Associated with itral?Insufficiency.
Jae Wha Choi, Ki Sub Shin, Kyung Tai Whang, Kyong Su Lee, Han Kyu Park, Kyung Sub Shinn
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1977;20(10):757-762.   Published online October 31, 1977
Congentally corrected transposition of the great vessels can best be defined as a malformation in which the aorta and pulmonary artery are transposed in relation to each other but in which the flow of blood is in the physiologic direction. And in addition to the malposition of great vessels, there is an inversion of the ventrice,. Unfortunately this basic malformation...
A case of Juvenile Diabetic Coma.
O J Kang, C J Kim, S W Lee, S M Shin
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1977;20(10):763-767.   Published online October 31, 1977
We experienced a case of Juvenile diabetes mellites with coma in a 20-month-old male baby. On admission, he was comatous and markedly dehydrated and he illustrated Kussmaul respiration. Laboratory data showed 750mg% of blood suggar and 4+ of urine sugar. Just after admission, fluid theraphy and insulin therapy were started. Twenty four hours after therapy, he awoke from unconsciousness and...
A Caes of Congenital Nephrotic Syndrome.
Hyang Ok Hwang, Kyong Sook Lee, Mi Ja Shin, suk Chul Kang, Ki Hong Kim
J Korean Pediatr Soc. 1977;20(10):768-768.   Published online October 31, 1977
Nephrotic syndrome occurs infrequentiy prior to the second year of life. When nephrotic syndrome does develop during the first year, the course differs from that of older children with nephrotic sydrome, being characterized by an extremely poor prognosis and an almost complete refractoriness to therapy. Despite its low incidence congenital nephrotic syndrome is important, not only because of the severity...
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