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Gabteug KIM, Republic of Korea / Professor


Department of Emergency Medicine
Dankook University Hospital
[Educational Background]

1976 M.D., College of Medicine, Seoul National University, Korea
1984 Master of Medicine, Graduate School, Chungang University, College of Medicine, Korea
1996 Major of Medicine, Graduate School, Seoul National University, College of Medicine, Korea
1984 License of Board of Korean Neurosurgery.
1996 License of Board of Korean Emergency Medicine

[Work Experience]

1995-2015 Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Dankook University Hospital, College of Medicine, Dankook University, Korea

2015-present Chief of Department of Emergency Medicine, Daejon Military Hospital, Korea

2014 Present of the Korean Society of Emergency Medicine

[Publications]

1. Bang SJ, Kim GT. Can Predict Late Encephalopathy by Diffusion Tensor maging in Acute Phase of     Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?. J Kor Soc Emerg Med 2015.
2.Kim YO, Kim GT, Choi HJ. Prediction of Rupture of Pre-existing Cerebral Aneurysm by CT Findings in
    Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury. ?. J Kor Soc Emerg Med 2015.
3. Moon KJ, Kim GT. Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Prognostic Factors for Delayed Neuropsychiatric
    Sequelae. J Kor Soc Emerg Med 2014.
4. Ko MH, Kim GT, Oh YH. Clinical Features of Spontaneous Isolated Superior Mesenteric Artery
    Dissection, J Kor Soc Emerg Med 2013.
5. Choi IJ, Oh YH, Kim GT. Prediction for Delayed Neuropsychiological Sequence with MRI in Acute CO
    Poisoning. J Kor Soc Emerg Med 2013.
6. Kim GT. Predicting Factors for Postconcussion Syndrome in Mild Brain Injury. J Kor Soc Emerg Med
    2013.
7. Kim TH, Kim GT. Comparison of MRI with CT findings in Acute Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. J Kor Soc
    Emerg Med 2012.
8. Kim GT. Guideline for CT Scanning in Milod Brain Injury. J Kor Soc Emerg Med 2012.
9. Kim GT. Cervical Spine Injury in Facial Bone Fracture. J Kor Soc Emerg Med 2011.