Joo Eun Kang

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BACKGROUND Although many clinicians know about the reducing effects of the pulsed and low-dose modes for fluoroscopic radiation when performing interventional procedures, few studies have quantified the reduction of radiation-absorbed doses (RADs). The aim of this study is to compare how much the RADs from a fluoroscopy are reduced according to the C-arm(More)
Complex regional pain syndrome affects the quality of life of the patient. The aim of this study was to investigate the epidemiological features of this syndrome and evaluate its effect on the patient's working life. We demonstrated that the disease has a male preponderance and is 3 times more likely to affect the lower extremities. In this study, 11(More)
BACKGROUND The C-arm fluoroscope is known as the most important equipment in pain interventions. This study was conducted to investigate the completion rate of education on radiation safety, the knowledge of radiation exposure, the use of radiation protection, and so on. METHODS Unsigned questionnaires were collected from the 27 pain physicians who(More)
patient size, anatomical location and clinical technique. The dose should only be lowered to the level to which the physician is able to achieve the adequate image quality needed for the particular clinical task. A consultation with a radiologist and a physicist may aid in determining the appropriate dose settings. X-Ray Intensive Medical Procedures Using a(More)
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