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Dr. Lee Byung-sang
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Gumi CHA Hospital
Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea
12 Sinsi-ro 10-gil Gumi Gyeongsangbuk-do South Korea
Dr. Lee Byung-sang is a distinguished medical professional who currently serves as the Head of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine. His expertise lies in the fields of obstetrics and cranial nerve anesthesia, where he has made significant contributions to the advancement of medical knowledge and patient care. Dr. Lee's journey to his current position is marked by a solid educational foundation, a diverse and impressive career, and active participation in academic and professional activities. Dr. Lee's commitment to a career in medicine began with a strong educational background: In 1999, he earned his Ph.D. from Gyeongsang National University, demonstrating his dedication to advancing his knowledge in the field of medicine. Prior to his doctoral studies, he completed his Master of Science degree at Gyeongsang National University in 1997, further enhancing his expertise. Dr. Lee's educational journey commenced with a Bachelor of Science degree from Gyeongsang National University in 1987, laying the foundation for his subsequent achievements in the medical field. Dr. Lee's career path showcases his dedication to patient care and medical leadership: Currently, he holds the prestigious position of Director of the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at Gumi CHA Hospital, which is affiliated with the University of Tea Medical Sciences. In this role, he oversees the department's operations and plays a pivotal role in patient care and medical research. He also serves as the Director of the Operating Department at Gumi Tea Hospital, another institution affiliated with the University of Tea Medical Sciences. This dual leadership role highlights his extensive experience and expertise in the field. Since March 2000, Dr. Lee has been a Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at Gumi Tea Hospital, affiliated with the University of Tea Medical Sciences. His tenure as a professor demonstrates his commitment to educating the next generation of medical professionals. From February 1999 to February 2000, Dr. Lee held the position of Chief Medical Officer at Jinju Jeong-il Hospital, where he contributed to the hospital's medical operations and quality of care. From March 1995 to October 1998, he served as the Director of the Medical Department at Sacred Heart Hospital, Samcheonpo, showcasing his leadership abilities and dedication to healthcare management. His medical career commenced in March 1991, as a Doctor of Medicine at Gangdong Sacred Heart Hospital, Hallym Medical University, further solidifying his commitment to medical practice. Dr. Lee's active participation in professional organizations and academic activities underscores his dedication to advancing medical knowledge: He is a proud member of the Korean Society of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, where he collaborates with fellow experts in the field to contribute to advancements in anesthesiology and pain management. Additionally, he is a member of the Korean Pain Society, reflecting his involvement in the study and treatment of pain-related conditions, a vital aspect of patient care. To further enrich his medical expertise, Dr. Lee undertook overseas training at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital from August 2007 to August 2008. This experience allowed him to learn from some of the world's top medical experts and bring back valuable insights and techniques to benefit his patients and colleagues. Dr. Lee Byung-sang's career is characterized by a dedication to excellence in patient care, medical leadership, and continuous learning. As the Head of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, he plays a vital role in advancing medical knowledge and providing high-quality care to patients. His extensive education, diverse career experience, and active involvement in academic and professional organizations make him a respected figure in the medical community, and his overseas training at prestigious institutions like Harvard Medical School reflects his commitment to staying at the forefront of medical advancements. Dr. Lee Byung-sang's Treatise: 092016.07 Complete Transection of a Silicon Double Lumen Tube during the Process of Extubation 082012.12 Intrathecal Gabapentin Increases Interleukin-10 Expression and Inhibits Pro-Inflammatory Cytokine in a Rat Model of Neuropathic Pain 072012.01 Interaction of morphine and selective serotonin receptor inhibitors in rats experiencing inflammatory pain 2011.09 Clinical comparison according to the dose of fentanyl mixed with 0.5 high-specific gravity bupivacaine during spinal anesthesia for cesarean section 052011.09 Effect of preoperative warming during cesarean section under spinal anesthesia 042011.04 Fatal pulmonary embolism and coincidental cerebral infarction after spinal anesthesia 032010.02 The relationship between functional sciatic nerve block duration and the rate of release of lidocaine from a controlled-release matrix 022009.12 Effect of lumbar epidural and caudal analgesia on the second stage of labor 2007.08 Effect of N2O on postoperative nausea and vomiting in gynecologic patients undergoing laparoscopic surgery