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1999년도 한국 신생아외과 현황 -대한소아외과학회 회원대상 전국조사(제 2 차)-

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 Current Status (1999) of Neonatal Surgery in Korea 
Authors
 김우기  ;  김상윤  ;  김신곤  ;  김인구  ;  김재천  ;  김현학  ;  박귀원  ;  박우현  ;  송영택  ;  오수명  ;  유수영  ;  이두선  ;  이명덕  ;  이성철  ;  이석구  ;  서정민  ;  정상영  ;  정성은  ;  정을삼  ;  정풍만  ;  조마해  ;  최금자  ;  최순옥  ;  한석주  ;  허영수  ;  홍정  ;  황의호 
Citation
 Journal of the Korean Association of Pediatric Surgeons (소아외과), Vol.7(2) : 46-53, 2001 
Journal Title
 Journal of the Korean Association of Pediatric Surgeons  (소아외과) 
ISSN
 1225-9047 
Issue Date
2001
Abstract
To understand the current status of neonatal surgery in Korea, a survey was made among the 36 members of the Korean Association of Pediatric Surgeons. The response rate was 75 % (26 surgeons in 20 hospitals). Five hundred fifty three neonatal surgical patients treated in 1999 were analyzed. Regional numbers of patients were closely related to the regional population in most areas. Ano-rectal malformations (17 %), pyloric stenosis (16 %), Hirschsprung's disease (13 %), atresia/stenosis of the gut (11 %), esophageal atresia (8 %) were the most common anomalies treated. The majority of operations were done within the first week of life. Seventy one per cent of cases were major life threatening or so-called neonatal index cases. Over-all mortality was 8 per cent. Higher mortality was observed in patients with diaphragmatic hernia (26 %), gastro-intestinal perforation (18 %), NEC (18 %), and esophageal atresia(14 %). Higher mortality was observed in patients with extremely low birth weight (33%) and low birth weight (18 %). Associated anomalies were observed in 20 %. Prenatal ultrasound was performed in 36 per cent with sensitivity of 20 %. Result of this study was compared to the previous report (1994) and that of Japan (1998).
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https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/142853
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한석주(Han, Seok Joo)
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