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NYHQ Emergency Medicine Research Bibliography

Here is a listing of some of the research projects, presentations, and publications the faculty and residents at the NYHQ Department of Emergency Medicine have been involved with.

1.         Raio C, Cassara M, Dubon M, Patel J, Shah T, Nelson M, Chiricolo G, Chun P, Modayil V, Liu Y. Can Emergency Medical Services Personnel Identify Pneumothorax on  Focused Ultrasound Examinations? . The Critical Ultrasound Journal 2009;In Press.

2.         Radeos MS, Cydulka RK, Rowe BH, Barr GH, Clark S, Camargo CA. Validation of self-reported chronic obstructive pulmonary disease among patients in the ED. Am J Emerg Med 2009;27(2):191-6.

3.         Unterman S, Zimmerman MG, Tyo C, Sterk E, Gehm L, Edison M, Benedetti E, Orsay E. A descriptive analysis of 1251 solid organ transplant visits to the emergency department. West J Emerg Med 2009;10(1):48-54.

4.         Waseem M, Ganti S. Chest pain in an adolescent with Marfan Syndrome. J Emerg Med 2008;35(4):449-51.

5.         Waseem M, Nasarinham M, Ganti S. A child with abdominal pain and hyperglcemia: is it ketoacidosis. Pediatr Emerg Care 2008;24:39-40.

6.         Smith SW, Ferguson KL, Hoffman RS, Nelson LS, Greller HA. Prolonged severe hypotension following combined amlodipine and valsartan ingestion. Clin Toxicol 2008;46(5):470-4.

7.         Camargo CA, Reed CR, Ginde AA, Clark S, Emond SE, Radeos MS. A prospective multicenter study of written action plans among emergency department patients with acute asthma. J Asthma 2008;45(7):532-8.

8.         Camargo CA, Tsai C-L, Clark S, Kenney PA, Radeos MS. Spirometric Correlates of Dyspnea Improvement Among Emergency Department Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Respir Care 2008;53:892-6.

9.         Saintonge S, Bang H, Gerber LM. Implications of a new definition of vitamin D deficiency in a multiracial US adolescent population: Data from NHANES III. Pediatrics 2008;123(3):797-803.

10.       Kessler C, Mills LD, Zimmerman MG. Emergency Ultrasound [Book and Media Reviews]. JAMA 2008;300(17):2064-5.

11.       Ferguson KL, Su M. Clinical Complexity of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. The American Journal of Cardiology 2007;100(7):1184-5.

12.       Compton S, Lang E, Richardson TM, Hess E, Green J, Meurer W, Stanley R, Dunne R, Scott-Findlay S, Khare RK, Grimshaw J. Knowledge Translation Consensus Conference: Research Methods. Acad Emerg Med 2007;14:991-5.

13.       Gupta S, Rudolph G. Cardiac Tamponade As Delayed Presentation Of Neisseria Meningitidis Infection. Pediatr Emerg Care 2007;23:163-5.

14.       Goldblatt J, FKrief I, Klonsky T, Haller D, Milloul V, Sixsmith D, Srugo I, Potasman I. Usage Habits and Microbiology of Cellular Telephones of Medical Staff in New York and Israel Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology 2007;28:500-3.

15.       Li SF, Cassidy, C., Chang, C., Gharib, S., Torres, J. . Diagnostic utility of laboratory tests in septic arthritis Emergency Medicine Journal 2007(24):75-7.

16.       Waseem M, Hipp A, Ganti S, Ravi L. Latex-induced anaphylactic reaction in a child with spina bifida. Pediatr Emerg Care 2006;22(6):441-2.

17.       Ackerman R, Waldron RL. Difficulty breathing: agreement of paramedic and emergency physician diagnoses. Prehospital Emergency Care 2006;10(1):77-80.

18.       Ladner HE, Danielsen B, Gilbert WM. Acute myocardial infarction in pregnancy and the puerperium: a population-based study. Obstet Gynecol 2005;105(3):480-4.

19.       Smithline HA, Rowe BH, Radeos MS, Cydulka RK, Camargo CA, Working Group on Emergency Management of COPD Exacerbations. Research opportunities in the management of acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Acad Emerg Med 2005;12(8):742-50.

20.       Sixsmith D. Case Studies in Acute Aortic Dissection: Strategies to Avoid a Catastrophic Outcome. American Society for Healthcare and Risk Management 2005;25(2):15-8.

21.       Waseem M, Ganti S, Gernsheimer J. Index of Suspicion. Pediatr Rev 2004;25:68-73.

22.       Radeos MS, Camargo CA. Predicted peak expiratory flow: differences across formulae in the literature. Am J Emerg Med 2004;22(7):516-21.

23.       Waseem M, Ravi L, Radeos MS, Ganti S. Parental perception of waiting time and its influence on parental satisfaction in an urban pediatric emergency department: are parents accurate in determining waiting time? South Med J 2003;96(9):880-3.

24.       Waseem M, Ganti S, Ryan M. Adoloscent with a sore throat. Index of suspicion. Pediatr Rev 2003;24:171-9.

25.       Llovera I, Ward M, Ryan JG, Sama A. Interest in preventive health topics changed in New York after the disaster on September 11, 2001. Academic Emergency Medicine 2003;10(4):408-9.

26.       Llovera I, Ward MF, Ryan JG, LaTouche T, Sama A. A survey of the emergency department population and their interest in preventive health education. Academic Emergency Medicine 2003;10(2):155-60.

27.       Lee DC, Barlas D, Ryan JG, Ward MF, Sama AE, Farber BF. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and vancomycin-resistant enterococci: prevalence and predictors of colonization in patients presenting to the emergency department from nursing homes. Journal of the  American Geriatrics Society 2002;50(8):1463-5.

28.       Barlas D, Margouleff D, Vignogna-Barlas L, Lesser ML. Opioids prolong nuclear hepatobiliary imaging when given prior to scanning. Journal of  Emergency  Medicine 2002;23(3):231-6.

29.       Mastrovitch TA, Bithoney WG, DeBari VA, Nina AG. Point-of-care testing for drugs of abuse in an urban emergency department. Annals of Clinical Lab Science 2002;32(4):383-6.

30.       Cregin R, Sixsmith D, Segal-Maurer S, Weinbaum F, Rahal J, Karbowitz S, Cassata V, Danek M, Battleman D, Callahan M. Multidisciplinary approach to improving treatment of community-acquired pneumonia. Am J Health Syst Pharm 2002;59(4):364-8.

31.       Volpicelli G, Silva FR, Radeos MS. Real-time lung ultrasound for the diagnosis of alveolar consolidation and interstitial syndrome in the emergency department. Eur J Emerg Med 2009;In Press.

32.       Goldberg JL. Residents' work hours [letter]. N Engl J Med 2009;361(9):929.

33.       Goldberg JL. Humanism or professionalism? The White Coat Ceremony and medical education. Acad Med 2008;83(8):715-22.

34.       Soldati G, Gargani L, Silva FR. Acute heart failure: new diagnostic perspectives for the emergency physician. Intern Emerg Med 2008;3(1):37-41.

35.       Soldati G, Testa A, Silva FR, Carbone L, Portale G, Silveri NG. Chest ultrasonography in lung contusion. Chest 2006;130(2):533-8.

36.       Ryan JG, Barlas D. Do Direct Observation Core Competency Evaluations of EM Residents Provide Redundant Data Over That Provided by Quarterly Summarative Evaluations? In: SAEM Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA: Acad Emerg Med; 2009:16(s1):S63.

37.       Ryan JG, Barlas D. The Relationship of National In-Training Exam Scores, Faculty Evaluations and Level of Training of Emergency Medicine Residents In: SAEM Annual Meeting New Orleans, LA: Acad Emerg Med; 2009:16(s1):S55.

38.       Berger T, Green J, Garg N, Ryan JG. Do Emergency Department Patients Admitted for Pneumonia Experience a Systematic Delay in Time to Antibiotics If They Have an Active Do-Not-Resuscitate Order? Acad Emerg Med 2009;16(s1):16(s1):S90.

39.       Gupta S, Wright S, Chung B, Yun E, Ladyzhenskiy E. Residency education in fishhook removal tecniques. Acad Emerg Med 2009:16(s1):S62.

40.       Azubuike F, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS, Baquero A, Ryan MT. A Randomized, Blinded, Controlled Clinical Trial of 1000 cc versus 500 cc Oral Contrast in Adults Undergoing Abdominal CT Scans. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA: Acad Emerg Med; 2009:16(s1):S80.

41.       Pierre J, Nadel N, Fong D, Garg N, Ryan JG. Emergency Provider’s Ability to Stratify Risk of Renal Calculi Prior to CT Scan Confirmation  In: SAEM Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA: Acad Emerg Med; 2009:16(s1):S23.

42.       Waldron R, Sixsmith D, Ladyzhenskiy E. Physicians Are Unaware of Treatments and Procedures Done by Prehospital Providers. Acad Emerg Med 2009;16(s1):16(s1):S191.

43.       Choi EW, Green JP, Avramoff V, Sixsmith D. Do Non-English Speaking Patients with Acute ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction Experience a Systematic Delay in Time to Reperfusion? Acad Emerg Med 2008.

44.       Radeos MS, Metlay JP, Camargo CA, Maselli J, Gonzales R. Do emergency departments that utilize rapid antigen tests for group A streptococcus have lower antibiotic prescription rates? Acad Emerg Med 2008:15(5)Supplement1:S27.

45.       Green J, Ryan J, Barlas D. Characteristics of ED Patients with CT-Proven Small Bowel Obstruction and Discordant Negative Plain Abdominal Radiography. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL: Acad Emerg Med; 2007:S38.

46.       Gupta S, Chen P, Frager S. The Attenuation of Strike Acceleration through Tae Kwon Do Protective Equipment. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. Poster Presentation ed. Chicago, IL: Acad Emerg Med; 2007:S161.

47.       Gupta S, Avramoff V, Rauhila K, Rana R, Shukla N, Ladyzhenksiy E, Perl R, Ahmed S. The total lymphocyte count and albumin as measures of protein malnutrition in the elder emergency department patient. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL: Acad Emerg Med; 2007:S19.

48.       DeGuzman H, Radeos MS, Deshnmukh S, Yang A. Before and After Study of a Smoking Cessation Intervention among Adult Smokers with an Acute Exacerbation of Asthma. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL: Acad Emerg Med; 2007:S66.

49.       Deshmukh S, Waseem M, Radeos MS. Factors Associated with Lack of Empiric Antimicrobial Therapy in the ED for Females Testing Positive for Gonorrhea or Chlamydia: A Case Control Study. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL; 2007.

50.       Shuchat S, Sixsmith DM, Yu HS. Perception of Language as a Barrier to Care among Non-English Speaking Patients. Acad Emerg Med 2007;14(5 Suppl 1):S201.

51.       Chen P, Sixsmith DM. Early Treatment Unit Does not Improve Hospital Length of Stay for ED Boarders. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL: Acad Emerg Med2007:S54.

52.       Gupta S, Rauhila K, Salim G. The Prevalence of Geriatric Malnutrition in Emergency Department Patients Who Fall and Sustain Fractures versus Those with Other Complaints: A Pilot Study. In: SAEM Annual Meeting; 2006 May, 2006; San Francisco, CA; 2006. p. 13;(supplement 1):S30.

53.       Nunez R, Radeos MS. Does Computed Tomography Delay Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Appendicitis in Children? In: Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA: Acad Emerg Med; 2006:5.

54.       Gibson JM, Guharoy RK, Yang A, Radeos MS. A Case–Control Study Comparing the Hemolysis Rates Using Intravenous Catheters and Vacutainer Tubes for Obtaining Blood Samples. In: Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA: Acad Emerg Med; 2006:S98.

55.       Barlas D, Lesser ML. Assessment of the Efficacy of Suction-Assisted Irrigation of Deep Lacerations Using a Novel Wound Cleansing Model. In: Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. Poster Presentation ed. New York, NY: Acad Emerg Med; 2005:S75.

56.       Ladner H, Panacek, E. Emergency Medicine Physicians Opinions of tPA use in Acute Ischemic Stroke: Treat Thy Patient as Thyself. In: Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. New York, NY: Acad Emerg Med; 2005:S169.

57.       Barlas D, Moskovic DJ, Falitz S, Miele D, Rapaport A, Lesser ML, Tai J. Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Elder Patients Who Present to the Emergency Department. In: Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL: Acad Emerg Med; 2004:474.

58.       Lesser ML, Barlas D. Statistical Modeling of EMS Rescue Calls. In: SAEM Annual Meeting; 2003: Academic Emergency Medicine; 2003. p. 448.

59.       Barlas D, Gupta S, Lesser ML. Learning Style Analysis in Emergency Medicine Residency Training. . In: SAEM Annual Meeting; 2003; Boston, MA: Academic Emergency Medicine; 2003. p. 490.

60.       Neuman MI, Radeos MS, Gordon JA, Emond JA, Camargo CA. Does Parental Report of Insurance Status Agree with Hospital Administrative Data for Children Presenting to the Emergency Department? In: Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. Boston, MA.: Acad Emerg Med; 2003:442.

61.       Lanoix R, Lanigan MD, Radeos MS, Gernsheimer JR. A Prospective, Randomized Trial to Evaluate Heliox as a Delivery Vehicle to Nebulize Albuterol in Acute Asthma Exacerbations in the Emergency Department. In: Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. Boston, MA: Acad Emerg Med; 2003:507.

62.       Kim S, Munoz KN, Braun JE, Doshi A, Wayland KT, Hohrmann JL, Clark S, Radeos MS, Camargo CA. Use of Complementary/Alternative Medicine among Emergency Department Patients: A Prospective Multicenter Study. In: Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. Boston, MA: Acad Emerg Med 2003:549.

63.       Manson W, Ryan JG, Ladner H, Gupta S. Metallic Foreign Body Removal with Ultrasound Guidance In: Mid-Atlantic Regional SAEM. Washington, D.C.; 2006.

64.       Green JP, Berger A, Garg N, Radeos MS. Likelihood Ratios for SIRS Criteria Predict Neither Candidacy for Early Goal Directed Therapy Nor In-Patient Mortality in Adult Emergency Department Patients with Suspected Infection. In: New York Regional SAEM Meeting. New York, NY; 2008.

65.       Berger A, Green JP, Garg N, Radeos MS. Factors Predictive of Bacteremia for Adult Patients Screened in the Emergency Department for Sepsis. In: New York Regional SAEM Meeting. New York, NY; 2008.

66.       Radeos MS, Metlay JP, Camargo CA, Maselli J, Gonzales R. Do emergency departments that utilize rapid antigen tests for group A streptococcus have lower antibiotic prescription rates? In: New York Regional SAEM Meeting. New York, NY; 2008.

67.       Green JP, Borukhov D, Gupta S. Emergency department visits for crutch related injuries in the United States: 2002-2005. In: New York ACEP Scientific assembly. Bolton Landing, NY; 2007.

68.       Gupta S, Garrido F, Rana N. Bedside ultrasound in  he detection and management of abscess. In: New York Regional SAEM; 2007.

69.       Gupta S, Chen P, Frager S. The Attenuation of Strike Acceleration Through Tae Kwon Do Protective Equipment In: New York Regional SAEM. Syracuse, NY; 2006.

70.       Gupta S, Anderson C, Garg N. The Prevalence of Tobacco and Alcohol Use in Immigrant Emergency Department Patients in Queens, NY. In: Mid-Atlantic SAEM Meeting. Newark, DE; 2008.

71.       Suarez A, Ryan J, Gupta S. Assessing the Clinical Parameters of Dehydration in the Pediatric Emergency Department Patient. In: Mid-Atlantic Regional SAEM. Washington, D.C.; 2006.

72.       Gupta S, Suarez A, Ryan JG. The Correlation of Metabolic Acidosis to the Anion Gap in the Dehydrated Pediatric Patient. In: Mid-Atlantic Regional SAEM. Washington, D.C.; 2006.

73.       Gupta S, Chen P, Frager S. The Attenuation of Strike Acceleration Through Tae Kwon Do Protective Equipment. In: Mid-Atlantic Regional SAEM. Washington, D.C.; 2006.

74.       Garcia-Gubern C, Nido RA, Aran F, Fuentes CR, Lugo R, Feliciano C, LaRiche C, Stites D. Clinical Presentation of Patients Diagnosed Post-Operatively with Appendicitis at Private Hospitals in Southern Puerto Rico. In: Western Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Research Forum. Portland, Oregon: Western Journal of Emergency Medicine; 2007:101.

75.       Barlas D, Gupta S, Tai J. Do learning styles of emergency medicine residents reflect their preference for typical teaching modalities offered in residency programs? . In: NE Regional SAEM. New York, NY; 2004.

76.       Barlas D, Gupta S, Lesser ML. Are Faculty With Particular Learning Styles Preferred as Teachers by EM Residents? In: NE Regional SAEM Annual Meeting. New York, NY; 2004.

77.       Barlas D, Ryan JG. Does Correlation of Faculty Assessment of EM Residents' Medical Knowledge Competency with Performance on the In-training Examination Improve with Advancement Through the Program? In: ACEP Research Forum. Boston, MA: Ann Emerg Med; 2009.

78.       Barlas D, Ryan JG. Direct Observation Evaluations by EM Faculty Do Not Provide Unique Information Over that Provided by Summarative Quarterly Evaluations by the Same Faculty. In: ACEP Research Forum. Boston, MA: Ann Emerg Med; 2009.

79.       Green JP, Berger T, Garg N, Gitkind K. Effect of Hyperlactatemia on the Likelihood of In-patient Mortality for Patients with a Normal and Abnormal Anion Gap. In: ACEP Research Forum. Boston, MA: Ann Emerg Med; 2009.

80.       Garg N, Berger T, Green JP. Do Non-English Speaking Patients with an Admitting Diagnosis of Pneumonia Experience a Systematic Delay in Time to Antibiotics? In: ACEP Research Forum. Boston, MA: Ann Emerg Med; 2009.

81.       Singla A, Gupta S, Garg N, Bharati A, Chun P. The Significance of the Wall Echo Shadow Triad on Ultrasonography in Emergency Room Patients. In: ACEP Research Forum. Boston, MA: Ann Emerg Med; 2009.

82.       Rusczyk G, Amodeo D, Green JP. A Clinical Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of 4% Liposomal Lidocaine as Compared to Placebo for Pain Reduction of Nonemergent Venipuncture in Adults. In: ACEP Research Forum. Boston, MA: Ann Emerg Med; 2009.

83.       Das D, Garg N, Green JP, Gupta S, Suarez A. Evaluation of different teaching modalities for EKG interpretation among emergency medicine residents. In: ACEP Research Forum. Boston, MA: Ann Emerg Med; 2009.

84.       Gupta S, Anderson C, Henkel K, Garg N. The Prevalence of Tobacco and Alcohol Use in Immigrant Emergency Department Patients in Queens, NY. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. Boston, MA: Ann Emerg Med; 2009.

85.       Mejia J, Bautista F, Garg N, Caligiuri AC, Reddy V, Radeos MS. Risk factors for delayed analgesia in patients presenting to the emergency department with long bone fractures. In: ACEP Research Forum. Boston, MA: Ann Emerg Med; 2009.

86.       Waldron R, Finalle C, Mogelof D. Refusals of medical aid in the prehospital setting. In: ACEP Research Forum. Boston, MA: Ann Emerg Med; 2009.

87.       Barlas D, Mirakhor J. Using body mass index to predict the adequacy of cervical spine radiography in trauma patients. In: ACEP Research Forum; 2008 October 27-28, 2008; Chicago, IL: Ann Emerg Med; 2008. p. S123-S4.

88.       Gupta S, Chun PS, Berger A, Wright S. The reliability of abscess detection by bedside ultrasound in the emergency department. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. Chicago, IL; 2008:S60.

89.       Gupta S, Ganti S, Garg N, Ryan J. The correlation of serum lactate and ketone levels to the anion gap and serum bicarbonate in acutely dehydrated children. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. Chicago, IL; 2008:S77.

90.       Green JP, Garg N, Kraszewski B, Berger T, Gupta S. Should Adult Emergency Department Patients with Suspicion for Sepsis be Screened for Occult Hypoperfusion at Triage? In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. Chicago, IL: Ann Emerg Med; 2008:S86.

91.       Green JP, Berger A, Wright RR, Garg N, Radeos MS. Likelihood Ratios for SIRS Criteria Predict Neither Candidacy for Early Goal Directed Therapy Nor In-Patient Mortality in Adult Emergency Department Patients with Suspected Infection. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. Chicago, IL; 2008:S72-3.

92.       Berger T, Green JP, Garg N, Bhar A, Radeos MS. Factors Predictive of 28-Day In-Patient Mortality Among Adult Emergency Department Patients Admitted for Suspected Infection. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. Chicago, IL: Ann Emerg Med; 2008:S54.

93.       Ladner H, Garg N, Ryan J, Sixsmith D. Language interpretation service preferences among non-English speaking patients. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. Chicago, IL; 2008:S119.

94.       Yang A, Stanescu C, Pryor P, Radeos MS. Emergency Physician Productivity: A comparison of 8-hour versus 12-hour shifts. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. Chicago, IL: Ann Emerg Med

2008:S110.

95.       Pagan K, Soontharothai R, Radeos MS. Risk factors for failure to follow-up in a smoking cessation program among adults presenting to the emergency department with acute exacerbation of asthma or COPD. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. Chicago, IL: Ann Emerg Med; 2008:S45.

96.       Suarez AE, Gupta S, Ryan JG, Perl RB, Benasher D, Rusczyk G. The correlation of the percentage of dehydration to the serum bicarbonate and anion gap of the pediatric patient. Ann Emerg Med 2007;50(3(Supplement 1)):S123.

97.       Nelson M, Zimmerman MG, Wong K, Chiricolo G, Chen J, Raio C. Can Emergency Physicians Utilize the Stone in Gallbladder Neck (SIN) Phenomenon to Accurately Diagnose Cholecystitis? Ann Emerg Med 2008;52:52;(Supplement 1):S61.

98.       Barlas D. Are Laboratory and Objective Clinical Data Predictive of Complicated Acute Diverticulitis in Emergency Department Patients? In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. Seattle, WA: Ann Emerg Med; 2007:S120-S1.

99.       Barata IA, Suppiah A, Raio CC, Song CI, Johnson AB, Chen J, Kapoor M, Chun PS, Drumheller BC, Sama AE. Can Emergency Physicians Identify Fractures in an Animal Model? In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. Seattle, WA: Ann Emerg Med; 2007:50(3 Supplement 1):S67-S8.

100.     Gupta S, Ryan JG, Suarez AE, Perl RB, Benasher D, Rusczyk G. The Correlation of the Percentage of Dehydration to the Serum Bicarbonate and Anion Gap of the Pediatric Patient. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. Seattle, WA: Ann Emerg Med 2007:S123.

101.     Gupta S, Ryan JG, Suarez AE, Perl R, Benasher D, Rusczyk G. The accuracy of emergency physician predicton of and resuscitation of dehydration in the pediatric patient. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. Seattle, WA: Ann Emerg Med 2007:S123.

102.     Gupta S, Garrido F, Rana N, Ladner H, Berger A. Bedside Ultrasound in the Detection and Management of Abscess. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. New Orleans, LA: Ann Emerg Med; 2007:S68.

103.     Chandra A, Mastrovitch TA, Samudre S, Ladner H, Ting V. The utility of bedside ultrasound in the detection of a ruptured globe in a porcine model. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. Seattle, WA: Ann Emerg Med; 2007:S69.

104.     Torres HC, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS. The Reliability of Triage Classification as a Predictor of Severity in Major Trauma. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. Seattle, WA/: Ann Emerg Med; 2007:S106-S7.

105.     Akbar S, Radeos MS, Yang A, Stanescu C, Puppala V, Hosford K. Impact of Emergency Medicine Residents on Attending Physician Productivity: A Case-Control Study. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. Seattle, WA: Ann Emerg Med 2007:S127.

106.     Suarez A, Ryan J, Gupta S. Assessing the Clinical Parameters of Dehydration in the Pediatric Emergency Department Patient. . In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. Poster Presentation ed. New Orleans, LA: Ann Emerg Med; 2006:48;4 (Supplement):S124

107.     Manson W, Ryan JG, Ladner H, Gupta S. Metallic Foreign Body Removal with Ultrasound Guidance In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. Poster Presentation ed. New Orleans, LA: Annals of Emergency Medicine; 2006:104-5

108.     Gupta S, Suarez A, Ryan JG. The Correlation of Metabolic Acidosis to the Anion Gap in the Dehydrated Pediatric Patient. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. Poster Presentation ed. New Orleans, LA: Annals of Emergency Medicine; 2006:48;4(Supplement):124.

109.     Waseem M, Jimenez S, Louis-Paul R, Quinones L, Radeos MS. Empiric Treatment of STDs in the Emergency Department: Are We Treating Too Much or Not Enough? In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. New Orleans, LA.: Ann Emerg Med; 2006:36.

110.     Pryor P, Yang A, Fine K, Radeos MS. Does Mode of Arrival Influence the Admission Decision in Adults Presenting with Acute Exacerbation of Asthma? In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. New Orleans, LA.: Ann Emerg Med; 2006:8-9.

111.     Perry C, Nunez R, Yang A, Bomann JS, Alejandro J, Radeos MS. Does CT Scan Increase the Rate of Gangrenous or Perforated Appendicitis in Adults Presenting to the Emergency Department? In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. New Orleans, LA.: Ann Emerg Med 2006:15.

112.     Guzman N, Ehsan K, Radeos MS, Waseem M. Do Infants Positive for RSV Need Further Extrapulmonary Search for Serious Bacterial Infection? In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. New Orleans, LA.: Ann Emerg Med; 2006:62.

113.     Nelson MJ, Raio CC, Chiricolo GC, Theodoro DL, Chun P. Can Emergency Physicians Utilize the S.I.N. (Stone Impacted in Gallbladder Neck) Phenomenon to Accurately Diagnose Cholecystitis? . In: American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly Research Forum. Washington, DC: Ann Emerg Med; 2005:S80.

114.     Radeos MS, Gonzales R, Camargo CA, Maselli J, Metlay JP. Is ED Testing for Group A Streptococcus Associated with Antibiotic Prescription Rates for Adults with Pharyngitis? . In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. Washington, D.C.: Ann Emerg Med; 2005:16.

115.     Barlas D, Gupta S, Tai J. Do learning styles of emergency medicine residents reflect their preference for typical teaching modalities offered in residency programs? . In: ACEP Scienific Assembly; 2004 October 2004 Annals of Emergency Medicine; 2004. p. (Supplement), Page S77.

116.     Ryan JG, Barata IA, Ward MF, Hormozdi S, Shenkman A, Sama AE, Roit Z. The Utility of the WBC Count to Predict Abnormal Chest Radiographs in Febrile Children From 90 Days to 36 Months of Age. Ann Emerg Med 2004;44(4):S110.

117.     Liu BL, Handly N, Costantino TG, Fojtik JP. Utility of common bile duct measurements performed in right upper quadrant ultrasonography . In: American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly Research Forum. San Francisco, CA: Ann Emerg Med; 2004:S61.

118.     Brutus S, Yang A, Sims AH, Radeos MS. Impact of an asthma education form on emergency relapse and admission for acute exacerbation of asthma. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. San Francisco, CA: Ann Emerg Med 2004:S78.

119.     Bacus S, Amoa-Bonsu F, Lanigan M, Radeos MS. Utility of the white blood cell count to predict the need for admission in adults presenting to the emergency department with undifferentiated abdominal pain. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly Research Forum. San Francisco, CA.: Ann Emerg Med; 2004:S79-S80.

120.     Ryan JG, LaMantia J, Ward MF. The Relationship of National Inservice Examination Scores, Emergency Medicine Faculty Evaluations, and Level of Training of Emergency Medicine Residents. In: American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly Research Forum/. San Francisco, CA.: Ann Emerg Med; 2004:S77.

121.     Ryan JG, Barata IA, Ward MF, Hormozdi S, Shenkman A, Sama A, Roit Z. Does the WBC Count Predict Which Febrile Children From 90 Days to 36 Months of Age Will Have a Positive Urine Culture? Ann Emerg Med 2003;42(4):S53.

122.     Kim S, Hohrmann JL, Clark S, Radeos MS, Camargo CA. Potential Adverse Interactions Between Prescription and Complementary or Alternative Medications Among Emergency Department Patients. In: American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly Research Forum. Boston, MA: Ann Emerg Med; 2003:S101.

123.     Radeos MS, Lanigan MD, Bomann JS, Bailey BB, Menoscal JP, Kim MC, Orellana F. Short-Term Follow-Up of Adults Presenting to the Emergency Department With Undifferentiated Abdominal Pain: Predictive Value of History and Physical Examination. In: American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly Research Forum. Boston, MA.: Ann Emerg Med; 2003:S29.

124.     Barlas D, Ward, M. F., Lesser, M. L. Excessive daytime sleepiness and unintentional injury in the elderly. In: ACEP Scientific Assembly. Seattle, WA: Annals of Emergency Medicine; 2002.

125.     Singla A, Gupta S, Garg N, Bharati A, Perry K, Chun P. The Significance of the Wall Echo Shadow Triad on Ultrasonography in Emergency Room Patients. In: NY ACEP Scientific Assembly. Bolton Landing, NY; 2009.

126.     Rusczyk G, Amodeo D, Green JP. A Clinical Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of 4% Liposomal Lidocaine as Compared to Placebo for Pain Reduction of Nonemergent Venipuncture in Adults. In: NY ACEP Scientific Assembly. Bolton Landing, NY; 2009.

127.     Garg N, Suarez A, Jain P, Radeos MS. Insufficient clinical documentation of significant electrocardiographic findings in adults presenting to the emergency department with dysrhythmias and/or conduction disorders. In: NY ACEP Scientific Assembly. Bolton, Landing, NY; 2009.

128.     Mejia J, Bautista F, Garg N, Caligiuri AC, Reddy V, Radeos MS. Risk factors for delayed analgesia in patients presenting to the emergency department with long bone fractures. In: NY ACEP Scientific Assembly. Bolton Landing, NY; 2009.

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131.     Gupta S, Rauhila K, Salim G. The Prevalence of Geriatric Malnutrition in Emergency Department Patients Who Fall and Sustain Fractures versus Those with Other Complaints: A Pilot Study. In: NY ACEP Scientific Assembly. Bolton Landing, NY; 2006.

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134.     Nelson MJ, Raio CC, Chiricolo GC, Theodoro DL, Chun P. Can Emergency Physicians Utilize the S.I.N. (Stone Impacted in Gallbladder Neck) Phenomenon to Accurately Diagnose Cholecystitis? . In: New York ACEP Scientific Assembly. Lake George, NY; 2005.

135.     Shaprut M. Reliability of Abdominal Exam in Intoxicated Patients. In: NY ACEP. Bolton Landing, NY; 2004.

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147.     Choi E, Avramoff V, Green J, Sixsmith DM. Do non-English speaking patients with acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction experience a delay in time to reperfusion? In: Lang Resident and Fellows Day. New York Hospital Queens.; 2008.

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151.     Walline J, Gupta S. The management of specialty patients by emergency physicians in Beijing, China. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Day. New York Hospital Queens.; 2008.

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156.     Saintonge S. Prevalence of childhood obesity in a multicultural ambulatory setting. In: Lang Resident and Fellows Research Day. New York Hospital Queens; 2006.

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158.     Azubuike F, Moreno-Walton L, Radeos MS, Baquero A, Ryan MT. A Randomized, Blinded, Controlled Clinical Trial of 1000 cc versus 500 cc Oral Contrast in Adults Undergoing Abdominal CT Scans. In: Fifthe Mediterranean Emeregncy Medicine Conference. Valencia, SPAIN: Eur J Emerg Med; 2009.

159.     Chun P, Ladner H, Singla A, Gupta S. Resident ultrasound productivity with the establishment of a dedicated ultrasound division and expansion of resident ultrasound rotations. In: Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD) 2009 Annual Academic Assembly. Las Vegas, NV; 2009.

160.     Saintonge S. Prevalence of Vitamin D Deficiency in National Sample of  Pregnant Women: NHANES 2001-2004. In: American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition. Washington, DC; 2009.

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164.     Saintonge S. Implications of vitamin D guidelines in a multiracial adolescent population; Data from NHANES II:. In: Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii; 2008.

165.     MacLean AA, Ladner H, Benedetto G, Chun P, Silva F. Teaching the FAST exam to groups of Emergency Medicine and Surgery residents using simulated patients: A preliminary report. In: Seventh Annual Conference of the Association of Standardized Patient Educators. San Antonio, TX; 2008.

166.     Ferguson KL, Lee DC, Greller HA, Long H. Fetal Demise Associated with Acute Intentional Salicylate Ingestion. In: European Association of Poisons Centres and Clinical Toxicologists Annual Meeting. Athens, Greece: Clin Toxicol; 2007:352.

167.     Ferguson KL, Greller HA. Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension Associated with Short-Duration Minocycline for Acne Vulgaris. In: European Association of Poisons Centres and Clinical Toxicologists Annual Meeting. Athens, Greece: Clin Toxicol; 2007:351.

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171.     Truitt CA, Ferguson KL, Slesinger TA, Greller HA, Lee DC, Su MK, Chan GC. The Use of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) for Mass Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. In: North American Congress of Clinical Toxicology Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA.: Clin Toxicol; 2007:628.

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