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Submissions from 2012

Provider variation in fast track treatment time, M.L. McCarthy, R. Ding, J.M. Pines, C. Terwiesch, and M. Sattarian

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A field test of time-based emergency department quality measures, Mark S. McClelland, Karen C. Jones, Bruce Siegel, and Jesse M. Pines

A field test of time-based emergency department quality measures, M.S. McClelland, K. Jones, B. Siegel, and J.M. Pines

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Spontaneous splenic hemorrhage after initiation of dabigatran (Pradaxa) for atrial fibrillation, Charles H. Moore, Jonathan Snashall, Keith S. Boniface, and James Scott

Spontaneous splenic hemorrhage after initiation of dabigatran (Pradaxa) for atrial fibrillation, CH Moore, J Snashall, K Boniface, and J Scott

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Measuring value for low-acuity care across settings, Sofie Rahman Morgan, Meaghan A. Smith, Stephen R. Pitts, Robert Shesser, Lori Uscher-Pines, Michael J. Ward, and Jesse M. Pines

Measuring value for low-acuity care across settings, S.R. Morgan, M.A. Smith, S.R. Pitts, R. Shesser, and L. Uscher-Pines

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NIH Career Development Awards: Emergency Medicine over the Past Decade, D. Nishijima, Y. Kabir, and Larissa S. May

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The impact of 24-hr, in-hospital pediatric critical care attending physician presence on process of care and patient outcomes, Akira Nishisaki, Jesse M. Pines, Richard Lin, Mark A. Helfaer, Robert A. Berg, Thomas R. TenHave, and Vinay M. Nadkarni

The impact of 24-hr, in-hospital pediatric critical care attending physician presence on process of care and patient outcomes, A Nishisaki, JM Pines, R Lin, MA Helfaer, and RA Berg

Conserved steroid hormone homology converges on nuclear factor JB to modulate inflammation in asthma, AS Payne and RJ Freishtat

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Conserved steroid hormone homology converges on nuclear factor JB to modulate inflammation in asthma., Asha S. Payne and Robert J. Freishtat

Emergency medicine Joint Fellowship Curriculum., B Petinaux, K Douglass, J Lee, YT Liu, and KS Boniface

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Emergency medicine joint fellowship curriculum, Bruno P. Petinaux, Katherine A. Douglass, Jennifer Lee, Yiju T. Liu, Keith S. Boniface, Cathleen Clancy, and James L. Scott

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The epidemiology and statistics of diagnostic testing, Jesse M. Pines, Christopher R. Carpenter, Ali S. Raja, and Jeremiah D. Schuur

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Exogenous predictors of national performance measures for emergency department crowding, Jesse M. Pines, Sandra L. Decker, and Tianyan Hu

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The mortality benefit threshold for patients with suspected pulmonary embolism, Jesse M. Pines, Adam L. Lessler, Michael J. Ward, and Courtney D. Mark

Exogenous predictors of national performance measures for emergency department crowding., JM Pines, SL Decker, and T Hu

Procedural safety in emergency care: a conceptual model and recommendations., JM Pines, JJ Kelly, H Meisl, JJ Augustine, and RI Broida

The mortality benefit threshold for patients with suspected pulmonary embolism, JM Pines, AL Lessler, MJ Ward, and D Mark

National trends in emergency department occupancy, 2001 to 2008: Effect of inpatient admissions versus emergency department practice intensity, S.R. Pitts, J.M. Pines, M.T. Handrigan, and A.L. Kellermann

Educational technology can improve ECG diagnosis of ST elevation MI Among medical students, A. Pourmand, Steven Davis, Hamid Shokoohi, M. Tanski, and Kabir Yadav

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Current opinion on nanotoxicology, Ali Pourmand and Mohammad Abdollahi

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Perspective on lead toxicity: A comparison between the United States and Iran, Ali Pourmand, Tareq Khedir Al-Tiae, and Maryann Mazer-Amirshahi

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Application of nanomedicine in emergency medicine: Point-of-care testing and drug delivery in twenty - first century, Ali Pourmand, Mohammed Reza Pourmand, Justin Wang, and Robert Shesser

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A survey of poison control centers worldwide, Ali Pourmand, Justin Wang, and Maryann Mazer

Application of nanomedicine in emergency medicine; Point-of-care testing and drug delivery in the twenty - first century, A Pourmand, MR Pourmand, J Wang, and R Shesser

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Emergency preparedness and public health: The lessons of Hurricane Sandy, Tia Powell, Dan Hanfling, and Lawrence O. Gostin

Solutions to emergency department 'boarding' and crowding are underused and may need to be legislated, E. Rabin, K. Kocher, M. McClelland, J. Pines, and U. Hwang

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The frequency and timing of epileptiform activity on continuous electroencephalogram in comatose post-cardiac arrest syndrome patients treated with therapeutic hypothermia., Mani Ram, Sarah E. Schmitt, Maryann E. Mazer, Mary E. Putt, and David F. Gaieski

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Genetic influences on vitamin D status and forearm fracture risk in African American children, Leticia M. Ryan, James M. Chamberlain, Steven A. Singer, Rachel Wood, Laura L. Tosi, Robert J. Freishtat, Heather A. Gordish-Dressman, Stephen J. Teach, and Joseph M. Devaney

Genetic influences on vitamin d status and forearm fracture risk in african american children, LM Ryan, JM Chamberlain, SA Singer, R Wood, and LL Tosi

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Risk-based input-output analysis of influenza epidemic consequences on interdependent workforce sectors, Joost R. Santos, Larissa May, and Amine El Haimar

Global Emergency Medicine: A Review of the Literature From 2011, E Schroeder, G Jacquet, T Becker, M Kim Foran, and E Goldberg

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Global emergency medicine: A review of the literature from 2011, Erika D. Schroeder, Gabrielle Jacquet, Torben Kim Becker, Mark Foran, Elizabeth Goldberg, Miriam Aschkenasy, Karina Bertsch, and Adam C. Levine

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ACGME competencies should be required of our residencies, not just our residents, James L. Scott

ACGME competencies should be required of our residencies, not just our residents., JL Scott

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Hand ultrasound: A high-fidelity simulation of lung sliding, Hamid Shokoohi and Keith S. Boniface

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Horizontal subxiphoid landmark optimizes probe placement during the focused assessment with sonography for trauma ultrasound exam, Hamid Shokoohi, Keith S. Boniface, and Audra Siegel

Hand ultrasound: A high-fidelity simulation of lung sliding, H Shokoohi and K Boniface

Horizontal subxiphoid landmark optimizes probe placement during the Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma ultrasound exam, H Shokoohi, KS Boniface, and A Siegel

The use of mobile phones for acute wound care: Attitudes and opinions of emergency department patients, N Sikka, KN Carlin, J Pines, M Pirri, and R Strauss

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The use of mobile phones for acute wound care: Attitudes and opinions of emergency department patients, Neal K. Sikka, Katrina N. Carlin, Jesse M. Pines, Michael Pirri, Ryan Strauss, and Faisil Rahimi

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The use of mobile phone cameras in guiding treatment decisions for laceration care, Neal Sikka, Michael Pirri, Katrina Norbury Carlin, Ryan Strauss, Faisal Rahimi, and Jesse M. Pines

The use of mobile phone cameras in guiding treatment decisions for laceration care, N Sikka, M Pirri, KN Carlin, R Strauss, and F Rahimi

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Cost-effectiveness of diagnostic strategies for evaluation of suspected subarachnoid hemorrhage in the emergency department, Michael J. Ward, Jordan B. Bonomo, Opeolu Adeoye, Ali S. Raja, and Jesse M. Pines

Cost-effectiveness of diagnostic strategies for evaluation of suspected subarachnoid hemorrhage in the emergency department, M.J. Ward, J.B. Bonomo, O. Adeoye, A.S. Raja, and J.M. Pines

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Study: ED-based care coordination interventions need to fit unique needs of ED settings, providers, S. Welch, Jesse M. Pines, D. Kaleugher, A. Hill, J. Chang, and Anthony Billittier IV

Predictors of patient length of stay in 9 emergency departments, J.L. Wiler, D.A. Handel, A.A. Ginde, D. Aronsky, and N.G. Genes

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Derivation of a clinical risk score for traumatic orbital fracture, Kabir Yadav, Ethan Cowan, Jason S. Haukoos, Zachary Ashwell, Vincent Nguyen, Paul Gennis, and Stephen P. Wall

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The impact of wound age on the infection rate of simple lacerations repaired in the emergency department, Shahriar Zehtabchi, Audrey Tan, Kabir Yadav, Amr Badawy, and Michael Lucchesi

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Prophylactic antibiotics for simple hand lacerations: Time for a clinical trial?, Shahriar Zehtabchi, Kabir Yadav, Elizabeth Brothers, Feras Khan, Savitri Singh, R. Daniel Wilcoxson, and Shweta Malhotra

The impact of wound age on the infection rate of simple lacerations repaired in the emergency department, S Zehtabchi, A Tan, K Yadav, A Badawy, and M Lucchesi

Prophylactic antibiotics for simple hand lacerations: Time for a clinical trial?, S Zehtabchi, K Yadav, E Brothers, F Khan, and S Singh

Submissions from 2011

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Measurement of CSF opening pressure during lumbar puncture in the sitting position in the Emergency Department, Jameel Abualenain, Claudia Ranniger, and David Jacobs

International emergency medicine: A review of the literature from 2010, M Aschkenasy, K Arnold, M Foran, S Lippert, and ED Schroeder

Serious injuries related to the Segway® personal transporter: A case series, K. Boniface, M.P. McKay, R. Lucas, A. Shaffer, and N. Sikka

Serious injuries related to the Segway personal transporter: a case series., KS Boniface, MP McKay, R Lucas, A Shaffer, and N Sikka

Tele-ultrasound and paramedics: real-time remote physician guidance of the Focused Assessment With Sonography for Trauma examination., KS Boniface, H Shokoohi, ER Smith, and K Scantlebury

Enhancing systems to improve the management of acute, unscheduled care, SA Braithwaite, JM Pines, BR Asplin, and SK Epstein

Does pelvic exam in the emergency department add useful information?., J Brown, R Fleming, J Aristzabel, and R Gishta

Parturition after Vestibulectomy, LJ Burrows, M Sloane, G Davis, DS Heller, and J Brooks

Evidence-based diagnostics: Adult septic arthritis, CR Carpenter, JD Schuur, WW Everett, and JM Pines

Emergency department crowding and time to care in patients with acute stroke, P Chatterjee, BL Cucchiara, N Lazarciuc, FS Shofer, and JM Pines

Nontargeted rapid human immunodeficiency virus screening provided by dedicated personnel does not adversely affect emergency department length of stay., N Coeller, I Kuo, and J Brown

Conceptualizing the multifaceted determinants of the duration of untreated psychosis, MT Compton and B Broussard

Radiation injury after a nuclear detonation: Medical consequences and the need for scarce resources allocation, AL DiCarlo, C Maher, JL Hick, D Hanfling, and N Dainiak

ACCF/AHA/AMA-PCPI 2011 performance measures for adults with coronary artery disease and hypertension: A report of the american college of cardiology foundation/American heart association task force on performance measures and the American medical association-physician consortium for performance improvement, J. Drozda, J.V. Messer, J. Spertus, B. Abramowitz, and K. Alexander

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Consensus-based recommendations for research priorities related to interventions to safeguard patient safety in the crowded emergency department., Christopher Fee, Kendall Hall, J Bradley Morrison, Robert Stephens, Karen Cosby, Rollin Terry J Fairbanks, Barbara Youngberg, Gail Lenehan, Jameel Abualenain, Kevin O'Connor, and Robert Wears

Gang members in the ED: What you believe may not be true, M Grewal, MP McKay, and AS Teitlebaum

Variations in crowding and ambulance diversion in nine emergency departments, DA Handel, J Pines, D Aronsky, N Genes, and AA Ginde

Using information technology to improve the quality and safety of emergency care, DA Handel, RL Wears, LA Nathanson, and JM Pines

National performance on door-in to door-out time among patients transferred for primary percutaneous coronary intervention, J Herrin, LE Miller, DF Turkmani, W Nsa, and EE Drye

Health care system planning for and response to a nuclear detonation, JL Hick, DM Weinstock, CN Coleman, D Hanfling, and S Cantrill

Cognitive impairment among older adults in the emergency department, KB Hirschman, HH Paik, JM Pines, CM McCusker, and MD Naylor

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Facilitating hospital emergency preparedness: introduction of a model memorandum of understanding, James G Hodge, Evan D Anderson, Thomas D. Kirsch, and Gabor D Kelen

The efficacy and value of emergency medicine: a supportive literature review., CJ Holliman, TM Mulligan, RE Suter, P Cameron, and L Wallis

Measures of crowding in the emergency department: A systematic review, U Hwang, ML McCarthy, D Aronsky, B Asplin, and PW Crane

A survey of the use of time-out protocols in emergency medicine, JJ Kelly, H Farley, C O'Cain, RI Broida, and K Klauer

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Computed tomography scan utilization in emergency departments: a multi-state analysis, Thomas D. Kirsch, Yu-Hsiang Hsieh, Lasantha Horana, Stephen G Holtzclaw, Michael Silverman, and Arjun Chanmugam

Improvements in door-to-balloon time in the United States, 2005 to 2010, HM Krumholz, J Herrin, LE Miller, EE Drye, and SM Ling

An administrative claims measure suitable for profiling hospital performance based on 30-day all-cause readmission rates among patients with acute myocardial infarction, HM Krumholz, Z Lin, EE Drye, MM Desai, and LF Han

Evaluation of proper above-the-diaphragm central venous catheter placement: the saline flush test., YT Liu and A Bahl

Survival interval in earthquake entrapments: research findings reinforced during the 2010 Haiti earthquake response., AG Macintyre, JA Barbera, and BP Petinaux

Adult asthma exacerbations and environmental triggers: a retrospective review of ED visits using an electronic medical record., L May, M Carim, and K Yadav

Self-reported incidence of skin and soft tissue infections among deployed US military., L May, C Porter, D Tribble, A Armstrong, and M Mostafa

Comparison of methods for measuring crowding and its effects on length of stay in the emergency department., ML McCarthy, R Ding, JM Pines, and SL Zeger

The past, present, and future of urgent matters: lessons learned from a decade of emergency department flow improvement., MS McClelland, D Lazar, V Sears, M Wilson, and B Siegel

Commentary: Emerging crash avoidance technology: what does it mean to my ED?., MP McKay

Variations in ambulance use in the United States: The role of health insurance, ZF Meisel, JM Pines, D Polsky, JP Metlay, and MD Neuman

Executive turnover: the influence of dispersion and other pay system characteristics., JG Messersmith, JP Guthrie, YY Ji, and JY Lee

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Pandemic influenza and major disease outbreak preparedness in US emergency departments: a selected survey of emergency health professionals, Melinda J Morton, Edbert B Hsu, Sneha H Shah, Yu-Hsiang Hsieh, and Thomas D. Kirsch

Pandemic influenza and major disease outbreak preparedness in US emergency departments: a selected survey of emergency health professionals., Melinda J Morton, Edbert B Hsu, Sneha H Shah, Yu-Hsiang Hsieh, and Thomas D. Kirsch

Absolute lymphocyte count in the emergency department predicts a low CD4 count in admitted HIV-positive patients, AM Napoli, CM Fischer, JM Pines, H Soe-Lin, and M Goyal

Accuracy of radiographic readings in the emergency department., B Petinaux, R Bhat, K Boniface, and J Aristizabal

Emergency Medicine Joint Fellowship Curriculum, B Petinaux, K Douglass, J Lee, YT Liu, and KS Boniface

Interventions to improve patient-centered care during times of emergency department crowding, JC Pham, N Seth, J Hilton, RK Khare, and JP Smith

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Seventy-two-hour returns may not be a good indicator of safety in the emergency department: a national study, Julius Cuong Pham, Thomas D. Kirsch, Peter Michael Hill, Katherine DeRuggerio, and Beatrice Hoffmann

Conference proceedings-improving the quality and efficiency of emergency care across the continuum: a systems approach., JM Pines and BR Asplin

Frequent users of emergency department services: gaps in knowledge and a proposed research agenda., JM Pines, BR Asplin, AH Kaji, RA Lowe, and DJ Magid