Faculty and Resident Authored/Co-authored Publications

Scholarly activity and research are two of the cornerstones of any academic department. We feel it is very important for our faculty and residents to be actively engaged in scholarly activity and research, and we promote an atmosphere of inquiry and investigation.  This can be seen in our involvement with the scholarship of discovery, the scholarship of application and the scholarship of dissemination.  Our faculty and residents contribute to the science of Emergency Medicine through their research and publications. Faculty members lecture at the local, state, regional, national, and international levels. Below are just some of our activities.

 

Publications by Year

2017

  1. Sheele JS, Byars D, Counselman F. Proton pump inhibitors are associated with a reduced likelihood for sexually transmitted diseases in women in the emergency department. Indian J Sex Transm Dis. 2017; Jan-Jun; 38 (1): 60-64. PMID# 28442805.
  2. Culy C, Cook T, Brown HA, Patel C, Knapp B, Lloyd ML, Resendes K, Kingery R. Global health experience among applicants to emergency medicine residency programs (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2017; 24(SI): S138.
  3. Knapp B, Byars D, Toreno F, Goodmurphy C, Morris D, Phillips J, Shaves S. Ability of third year medical students to identify and measure abdominal aortic aneurysm in a clinically derived ultrasound imaging simulator (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2017; 24(SI): S184-S185.
  4. Maloney L, Zach K, Page C, Tewari N, et al. Integration of low-cost introductory ultrasound curriculum into existing procedural skills education for preclinical medical students. J Ultrasound Med, 2017; 36(2): 367-373.
  5. Counselman FL, Beeson MS, Marco CA, Adsit SK, Harvey AL, Keenbauch JN, the 2016 EM Model Review Task Force. Evolution of the model of the clinical practice of emergency medicine: 1979-present. Acad Emerg Med, 2017; 24(2): 257-264.
  6. Miller GT, Scerbo MW, Zybak S, Byars DV, Goodmurphy CW, Lattanzio FA, Knapp BJ, Toreno F, Levitov A, Shaves S, Abuhamad A. Learner improvement from a simulation-enhanced ultrasonography curriculum for first-year medical students. J Ultrasound Med 2017; 36(3): 609-619.
  7. Weingart G, Kumar S. Acute compartment syndrome. Emerg Med, 2017; 49(3): 107-115.
  8. Weingart GS, Glueckert L, Cachaper GA, Zimbro KS, Maduro RS, Counselman F. Injuries associated with hover board use: a case series of emergency department patients.  West J Emerg Med 2017; 18 (6): 993 - 999.  PMID 29085528
  9. Alexander R, Peyrani P, Ramirez J, Self WH, Grijalva C, Counselman F, et al. Rationale and methods of the study protocol: streptococcus pneumonia serotypes in adults 18 years and older with radiographically confirmed community acquired pneumonia (CAP). Univ Louisville J Resp Infect 2017; 1 (4): 35 - 39.
  10. Beeson MS, Hamstra SJ, Barton MA, Yamazaki K, Counselman FL, et al. Straight line scoring by clinical competency committees using emergency medicine milestones.  J Grad Med Educ 2017; 9(6): 716-720.  PMID 29270260.

2016

  1. Sepucha KR, Breslin M, Graffeo C, Carpenter CR, Hess EP. State of the science: tools and measurement for shared decision making. Acad Emerg Med 2016; 23: 1325-1331.
  2. Salts L, Counselman FL. Holiday poisoning. Emerg Med 2016; 48 (12): 538-546.
  3. Counselman, FL, Kowalenko T, Marco CA, Joldersma KB, Korte RC, Reisdorff EJ. The relationship between ACGME duty hour requirements and performance on the American Board of Emergency Medicine qualifying examination. JGME 2016; 8 (4): 558-562.
  4. Zach KM, Maloney LM, Praslick AD, et al. Medical student personal protective equipment training through simulated contamination. Med Sci Educ (2016).
  5. Lo BM. Arterial gas embolism, PEPID. 2016. pepidonline.com
  6. Lo BM. Dysbaric osteonecrosis, PEPID. 2016. pepidonline.com
  7. Jennings JB, Lo BM. Bundle branch block, PEPID. 2016. pepidonline.com
  8. Siu J, Chidester B. Ecoli 0157:H7 enteritis, PEPID. 2016. pepidonline.com
  9. Luiskutty G. Cluster trigeminal autonomic cephalgia, PEPID. 2016. pepidonline.com
  10. Hern HG, Galahue FE, Burns BD, Druck J, Jones J, Kessler C, Knapp B et al. Handoff practices in Emergency Medicine: are we making progress? Acad Emerg Med 2016; 23 (2): 197-201.
  11. McCann SD, Nomura JT, Terzian WT, Breyer MJ, Davis BJ. Importance of the Emergency Medicine application components: the medical student perception. J Emerg Med 2016; 50 (3): 466-470.
  12. Weingart GS, Carlson JN. Intubation checklist: expanding beyond single centers. Acad Emerg Med 2016; 23 (2): 213.
  13. Marco CA, Wahl RP, Counselman FL, et al. Physician preparation for the American Board of Emergency Medicine ConCert examination. Acad Emerg Med 2016; 23 (2): 191-196.
  14. Devine AS. Troubleshooting the left ventricular assist device. Emergency Medicine 2016; 48(2): 58-63.
  15. Byars D, Evans D, et al.  Emergency Medicine physician performed transesophageal echocardiography in simulated cardiac arrest. J Ultrasound Med 2016; 35(S): S43.
  16. Knapp B, Byars D, et al.  Does an integrated undergraduate medical ultrasound program enhance medical student recruitment? J Ultrasound Med 2016; 35(S): S45.
  17. Knapp B, Byars D, et al.  Medical student’s perceived value of ultrasound education during the first year of medical school. J Ultrasound Med 2016; 35(S): S45.
  18. Knapp B, Byars D, et al. Comparison of third year medical students using vscan handheld ultrasound with obstetric sonographers for determination of bi-parietal diameter and fetal lie in obstetric patients. J Ultrasound Med 2016; 35(S): S46.
  19. Toreno F, Byars D, et Collaboration between Eastern Virginia Medical School and the diagnostic medical sonography program At Tidewater Community College in the implementation of ultrasound into the medical school curriculum. J Ultrasound Med 2016; 35(S): S46.
  20. Knapp B, Byars D, et al. Does the addition of an integrated cardiac ultrasound curriculum in the M1 and M2 years of medical education enhance comprehension of cardiac physiology and pharmacology? J Ultrasound Med 2016; 35(S): S47.
  21. Byars D, Cipi A, et al.  Performance of ultrasound guided fascia iliaca block using a novel porcine neurovascular bundle compared with a commercially available ultrasound phantom. J Ultrasound Med 2016; 35(S): S87.
  22. Byars D, Knapp B, et al. Comparison of the eZono ultrasound system compared with traditional technique for ultrasound guided central venous line placement in a simulation model. J Ultrasound Med 2016; 35(S): S87.
  23. Byars D, Knapp B, et al. Comparison of the EUCLID Tier 1 Mini-Access System with traditional technique for ultrasound guided central venous line placement in a simulation model. J Ultrasound Med 2016; 35(S): S88.
  24. McCammon C, Jennings J. Allegations: current trends in medical malpractice, Part 1. Emerg Med 2016; 48(3): 115-119.
  25. Stewart VB, Bjornsson HM, Clinton M, Byars D. BRIPPED scan for evaluation of ED patients with shortness of breath. Am J Emerg Med 2016; 34: 386-391.
  26. Lo BM. Emergency management of gonorrhea. Medscape Drugs and Diseases. 2016. Updated March 24, 2016. Available at: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/782913-overview
  27. Devine AS, Mason J, Rankins N, Favor T, Baur V, Parker R, Baddorf S, McCarthy M, Ford L, Cunningham TD. A model for the implementation of cervical cancer screening and human papillomavirus vaccination in the ED: a pilot study (Letter to the Editor). Am J Emerg Med 2016; 34: 648.
  28. McCammon C, Jennings J. Allegations: current trends in medical malpractice, part 2. Emerg Med 2016; 48(4): 158-162.
  29. Marco CA, Baren JM, Beeson MS, Carius ML, Counselman FL, et al. American Board of Emergency Medicine report on residency training information (2015-2016). Ann Emerg Med 2016; 67(5): 654-666. PMID 27106370.
  30. Byars D, Kayagil T, Jones M, Cipi A, Evans D, Vitto M, Tozer J, Joyce M. Transesophageal echocardiography in simulated cardiac arrest performed by emergency medicine physicians (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2016; 23(Supplement 1): S184-S185.
  31. Sheele JM, Byars DV, Counselman F. Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are associated with a reduced risk for trichomonas vaginalis (TV) infection (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2016; 23 (Supplement 1): S253.
  32. Knapp BJ, Siu J. Out-of-hospital intubation success rates by EMS providers using a low-cost disposable video laryngoscopy system (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2016; 23 (Supplement 1): S255.
  33. Byars D, Lo B, Skinner S, Lang J. EMS cardiac resuscitation in-situ simulation did not improve real world rate of return of spontaneous circulation (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2016; 23 (Supplement 1): S275.
  34. Byars D, Knapp B, Kayagil T, Cipi A, Lifton C, Dupont B. Ultrasound guided fascia iliaca block using a novel porcine model (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2016; 23 (Supplement 1) S263.
  35. Munter DW: Head and Facial Trauma. In: Knoop K Stack LB, Storrow L, Thurman R, eds. Photographic Atlas of Emergency Medicine, 4th McGraw-Hill Inc, New York, 2016: 3-27.
  36. Deal AK, Evans DP, Counselman FL. Tension hydrothorax from disseminated endometriosis. West J Emerg Med 2016; 17(1): 88-90.
  37. Peacock WF, Diercks D, Birkhahn R, Singer AJ, Hollander JE, Nowak R, Safdar B, Miller CD, Peberdy M, Counselman FL, et al. Can a point-of-care troponin I assay be as good as a central laboratory assay? A MIDAS investigation. Ann Lab Med 2016; 36(5): 405-412. PMID 27374704
  38. Deane S, Gil MA, Counselman FL. A spontaneous internal carotid artery dissection presenting with headache and miosis. Emerg Med 2016; 48(7): 300-304.
  39. Sheele J, Lang J. A rare case of traumatic tension pneumo-orbitum. Emerg Med 2016; 48(8): 357-361.
  40. Bono MJ, Counselman FL. An unusual cause of syncope with T-wave abnormalities. Emerg Med 2016; 48(8): 364-366.
  41. Hou PC, Filbin MR, Napoli A, Pang PS, Sankoff J, Lo BM, et al. Cardiac output monitoring managing intravenous therapy (COMMIT) to treat emergency department patients with sepsis. Shock 2016; 46(2): 132-138. PMID 26925867
  42. Kumar S, Wiengart G. Lower GI bleed. PEPID. 2016. pepidonline.com
  43. Tzavaras T, McCann S. Mesenteric adenitis. 2016. www.pepidonline.com
  44. Jennings J, Chidester B. Mortality disorders. 2016. www.pepidonline.com
  45. Luiskutty G. Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis. 2016. www.pepidonline.com
  46. Rider A, Wroe W, Schmitz G, Kessler C, Smith M, Lo B, Gross E. Current practice in the transitions of care for patients discharged from the emergency department (Abstract). West J Emerg Med 2016; XVII (Suppl): S7.
  47. Lo BM, Carpenter CR, Hatten BW, Wright BJ, Brown MD. Clinical policy: critical issues in the evaluation of adult patients with suspected transient ischemic attacks in the emergency department. Ann Emerg Med 2016; 68(3): 354-370. PMID 27568419
  48. Sheele JM, Bernstein R, Counselman FL. A ruptured ectopic pregnancy presenting with a negative pregnancy test. Case Reports in Emergency Medicine 2013; Article IF 7154713: 3 pages.

2015

1. Lo BM. Cholecystitis, PEPID. 2015. www.pepidonline.com

2. Deal AK, McCann S. Hepatic Encephalitis, PEPID. 2015. www.pepidonline.com

3. Jennings J, McCann S. Hemorrhoids, PEPID. 2015. www.pepidonline.com

4. Kream L. Iritis and Vveitis, PEPID. 2015. www.pepidonline.com

5. Weingart G. Keratitis, PEPID. 2015. www.pepidonline.com

6. Weingart G. Jaundice, PEPID. 2015. www.pepidonline.com

7. Behr JG, Diaz R, Knapp B, Kratzke C. Framework for classifying compliance and medical immediacy among low-acuity presentations at an urban trauma center. Int J Emerg Med 2015; 19: (8): 7.

8. Sheele JM, Cartoski J, Dart et al. Saccharomyces boulardii and bismuth subsalicylate as low-cost interventions to reduce the duration and severity of cholera (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2015; 22 (Suppl1): S79 –S80.

9. Knapp B, Byars D, Ford L. Quality and accuracy of FAST exams performed by EMS providers in the out-of-hospital setting (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2015; 22 (Suppl1): S403.

10. Byars D, Lo B, Knapp B, Venezia M, Donaldson J. Intubation success rates in a simulated difficult airway by EMS providers using the supraglottic airway laryngopharyngeal tube (SALT) airway compared with direct laryngoscopy (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2015; 22 (Suppl1): S239.

11. Byars D, Dye B. Interosseous vascular access systems: an update (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2015; 22 (Suppl1): S118.

12. Byars D, Knapp B, Plambeck R, Akintola M, Kayagil T. Emergency physician measurement of carotid intima-media thickness in emergency department patients  presenting with chest pain:  is there short term prognostic valve? (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2015; 22 (Suppl1): S332.

13. Byars D, Knapp B, Gleason A, Wilson T. Comparison of the Euclid Tier 1 mini-access system with traditional technique for ultrasound guided central venous line placement in a simulation model (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2015; 22 (Suppl1): S242-S243.

14. Byars D, Knapp B, Cipi A, Shuck Z. Comparison of the Ezone ultrasound system compared with traditional technique for ultrasound guided central venous line placement in a simulation model (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2015; 22 (Suppl1): S242.

15. Skinner S, Byars D, Graffeo C, Miller M, et al. Post-intubation sedation practices in the emergency department of an academic tertiary referral and level one trauma center (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2015; 22 (Suppl1): S140-S141. 16. Smith-Coggins R, Marco CA, Beeson MS, Carius MC, Counselman FL, et al. American Board of Emergency Medicine report on residency training information (2014- 2015). Ann Emerg Med 2015; 66 (5): 584-594.

17. Magyar K, McCann S. Upper GI Bleed, PEPID. 2015. www.pepidonline.com

18. Shuck Z, McCann S. Pelvic Pain – Overview, PEPID. 2015. www.pepidonline.com

19. Donaldson J, Chidester B. Fibrocystic breast disease, PEPID. 2015. www.pepidonline.com

20. Fellin M, Chidester B. Malignant hyperthermia, PEPID. 2015. www.pepidonline.com

21. Resendes K, Weingart G. Chronic diarrhea, PEPID. 2015. www.pepidonline.com

22. Resendes K, Weingart G. Alcoholic ketoacidosis, PEPID. 2015. www.pepidonline.com

23. Stewart VM, Devine A. Blood product selection and administration. Emerg Med 2015; 47 (2):77-83.

24. McCammon C. How to avoid the mistakes that everyone makes. Emerge Med 2015; 47(2):58-63.

25. Klauer K, Counselman FL. American Board of Emergency Medicine clarifies status of its maintenance of certification program. Acep Now 2015; 34 (2): 7.

26. Hasegawa K, Sullivan AF, Tsugawa Y, Turner SJ, Massaro S, Clark S, Tsai CL, Camargo CA, MARC-36 Investigators (Counselman, FL). Comparison of US emergency department acute asthma care quality: 1997 - 2001 and 2011 - 2012. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2015; 135 (1): 73-80.

27. Counselman FL. Endometriosis. In: Schaider JJ, et al., eds. Rosen and Barkin’s 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 5th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer; 2015: 368-369.

28. Knapp BJ. Small bowel injury. In: Schaider JJ, et al., eds. Rosen and Barkin’s 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 5th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer; 2015: 1042-1043.

29. Foley KA. Knee dislocation. In: Schaider JJ, et al., eds. Rosen and Barkin’s 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 5th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer; 2015: 634-635.

30. Bono MJ. HELLP syndrome. In: Schaider JJ, et al., eds. Rosen and Barkin’s 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 5th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer; 2015: 498-499.

31. Bono MJ. Varicella.  In: Schaider JJ, et al., eds. Rosen and Barkin’s 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 5th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer; 2015: 1202-1203.

32. Deane SA. Polyneuropathy. In: Schaider JJ, et al., eds. Rosen and Barkin’s 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 5th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer; 2015: 898-899.

33. Munter DW. Nasal fractures. In: Schaider JJ, et al., eds. Rosen and Barkin’s 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 5th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer; 2015: 734-735.

34. Munter DW. Facial fractures. In: Schaider JJ, et al., eds. Rosen and Barkin’s 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 5th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer; 2015: 400-401.

35. Munter DW. Mandibular fractures. In: Schaider JJ, et al., eds. Rosen and Barkin’s 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 5th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer; 2015: 678-679.

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2014

  1. Beydoun B, Teel A, Crowder C, Khanal AS, Lo BM. Past blood alcohol concentration and injury in a trauma center: propensity scoring. J Emerg Med 2014; 47(4): 387-394.
  2. Sullivan AF, Hasegawa K, Linnemann RW, Long AA, Teuber SS, Turner SJ, Massaro S, Camargo A, Marc-36 investigators (Counselman F). An update on United States asthma centers: 2013. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2014; 113(4): 484-486.
  3. Venezia M, Sawyer A, Byars D. Aortic dissection. Emerg Med 2014; 46(11): 508-511.
  4. Peele D, Feldman N. Thoracic trauma overview, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  5. Feldman N. Neck injury by hanging or strangulation, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  6. Chidester B. Frost bite, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  7. Chidester B. SIADH, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  8. Resendes K, McCann S. Solar radiation injuries, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  9. Bishop M, McCann S. Trauma in pregnancy and imaging considerations, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  10. Lo BM. Suicide risk assessment in the ED, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  11. Kream L. Hypernatremia, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  12. Weingart G. Hyperphosphatemia, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  13. Weingart G. Pain management in high risk IVDA, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  14. McCann S. Sexual assault, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  15. Deal A, McCann S. Hypophosphatemia, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  16. Spring FM, Klauer K, Counselman FL. ABEM celebrates 35 year anniversary. ACEP Now October 2014; 33(10): 6-7.
  17. McCammon C, Chidester B. Global ebola-are we prepared? Emerge Med 2014; 46(10): 440-449.
  18. Schreckengaust R, Lang JP, Counselman FL. Asphyxiation by cake: An interesting case of dyspnea. EmergMed 2014; 46(12): 558-561.
  19. Hasegawa K, Sullivan AF, Tovar Hirashima E, Gaeta TJ, Fee C, Turner SJ, Massaro S, Camargo CA, Multi-Airway Research Collaboration – 36 Investigators (Counselman FL). A multicenter observational study of US adults with acute asthma: who are the frequent users of the Emergency Department? J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract 2014; 2(6): 733-740.
  20. Haran JP, Hayward G, Skinner S, et al. Factors influencing the development of antibiotic associated diarrhea in ED patients discharged home: risk of administering IV antibiotics. Am J Emerg Med 2014; 32 (10): 1195-1199.
  21. Vakkalank P, Rushton WF, Hardison LS, Bishop MC, Haverstick DM, Holstege CP. Evaluation of the initiation of urine drug screens intended for use in transfer patients. Am J Emerg Med 2014; 32(9): 1037-1040.
  22. Klinkhammer, MD, Patel JR. Diabetes mellitus: diagnosis and management in the emergency department. Emerg Med 2014;46(8): 348-354.
  23. Lo BM. Sepsis definition, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  24. Akintola M, Lo BM. Acute psychosis, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  25. Guenther S, Lo BM. Subarachnoid hemorrhage, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  26. Feldman N. Status epilepticus, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  27. Sparks S, Evans D, Byars D. A low cost, high fidelity nerve block model. Critical Ultrasound Journal 2014; 6:12.
  28. Lo BM, Devine AS. Patients with left ventricular assist devices. Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine 2014;28(7): 2-7.
  29. Byers PA,  Counselman FL. Appropriate analgesic use in the emergency department. Emerg Med 2014;46(6): 249-255.
  30. Marco CA, Counselman FL, Korte RC, et al. Delaying the American Board of Emergency Medicine qualifying examination is associated with poorer performance. Acad Emerg Med 2014;21(6): 688-693.
  31. Munter DW. Gastrointestinal Foreign Bodies. Medscape Reference. Updated February 21. 2014. Available at: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/776566-overview
  32. Smith-Coggins R, Baren JM, Beeson MS, Counselman F, et al. American Board of Emergency Medicine report on residency training information (2013  - 2014), American Board of Emergency Medicine. Ann Emerg Med 2014; 63(5): 637-645.
  33. Lo BM. COPD. Emergency Medicine, PEPID. 2014 www.pepidonline.com
  34. Lo BM. Contact Dermatitis. Emergency Medicine, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  35. Lo BM. Corneal abrasions and eye foreign bodies. Emergency Medicine, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  36. Deane SA. Conjunctivitis, corneal ulcer, pinquecula, and pterygium. Emergency Medicine, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  37. Bono MJ. Rectal bleeding. Emergency Medicine, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  38. Devine AS. Toxic megacolon. Emergency Medicine, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  39. Devine AS. Clostridium difficile. Emergency Medicine, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidoline.com
  40. Knapp BJ, Byars D, Langa AJ, Jones M. Intubation success rates by EMS providers in a simulated difficult airway using a low-cost disposable video laryngoscopy system (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2014; 21(5): Suppl1: S26-S27.
  41. Devine A, Mason J, Favor TT, Baddorf S, Cartoski J, McCarthy MH, Ford L. A model for the implementation of cervical cancer screening and HPV vaccination in the emergency department: a pilot study (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2014; 21(5): Suppl1: S147.
  42. Byars D, Hurban M, Lo B, Sawyer AC, Lang J. Cardiac resuscitation in situ simulation in EMS (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2014; 21(5): Supple1: S226.
  43. Leuck JA, Turner J, Pearson D, Cooper D, Getto L, Clarke S, Jordan J, Swaminathan A, Mahoney H, Medwid K, Kegg J, Byars D, et al. A comparison of performance for high fidelity ACLS-based simulation cases for PGY1 and PGY3 level learners at two institutions (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2014; 21(5): Suppl1: S111.
  44. Marco CA, Counselman FL, Korte RC, et al. Emergency physicians maintain performance on the American Board of Emergency Medicine continuous certification (ConCert) examination. Acad Emerg Med 2014; 21(5): 532-537.
  45. Counselman FL, Borenstein MA, Chisholm CD, et al. The 2013 model of the clinical practice of emergency medicine. Acad Emerge Med 2014; 21(5): 574-598.
  46. Weingart G. Septic shock. Emergency Medicine, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com
  47. Chidester B, Weingart G. SIRS. Emergency Medicine, PEPID. 2014. www.pepidonline.com 
  48. Eulitt PJ, Tomberg RJ, Cunningham TD, Counselman FL, et al. Screening elders in the emergency department at risk for mistreatment: a pilot study. J Elder Abuse Neglect 2014; 26:424-435.
  49. Haroutunian M, Bono MJ. High-altitude illness. Emerg Med 2014; 46(5):203-210.
  50. Devine AS: Left ventricular assist devices: from mystery to mastery. Emerg Med 2014; 46(2): 72-75.
  51. Schott CK, Lo BM: Letter to the editor, reply to Dr. Haffner and Schaefer. J Emerg Med 2014; 46(1): 84.
  52. Sheele JM, Ford LR, Tse A, Chidester B, Byers PA, Sonenshine DE. The use of Ivermectin to kill Ixodes scapularis ticks feeding on humans. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2014; 25: 29-34.
  53. Lo BM, Kerns B: Bilateral perilunate dislocation after a fall. J Emerg Med 2014; 46(2):223-224.

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2013

  1. Lo BM: An evidence-based approach to acute aortic syndromes. Emerg Med Pract 2013; 15(12): 1-24.
  2. Byars DV, Tsuchitani SN, Yates J, Knapp B:  A multijurisdictional experience with the EZ-IO intraosseous device in the prehospital setting (Letter to editor). Am J Emerg Med 2013;31(12): 1712.
  3. Byars D, Devine A, Maples A, Yates A, Greene K: Physical examination combined with focused assessment with sonography for trauma examination to clear hemodynamically stable blunt abdominal trauma patients (Letter to editor). Am J Emerg Med 2013; 31(12): 1527-1528.
  4. Byars D, Lo B, Yates J: Evaluation of paramedic utilization of the intubating laryngeal mask airway in high-fidelity simulated critical care scenarios. Prehospital Disaster Med 2013; 28(6):630-631.
  5. Lo BM: Pulse oximetry. eMedicine from WebMD 2013. Updated December 26, 2013. http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/2116433-overview
  6. Mahler SA, Miller CD, Hollander JE, Nagurney JT, Birkhahn R, Singer AJ, Shapiro NI, Glynn T, Nowak R, Safdar B, Peberdy M, Counselman FL, et al: Identifying patients for early discharge: performance of decision rules among patients with acute chest pain. Int J Cardiol 2013; 168(2): 795-802.
  7. Lo BM: Deep venous thrombosis risk stratification. Medscape Reference. Updated Nov 5, 2013. Available at http://www.emedicine.medscape.com/article/1918446-overview
  8. Lo BM: Bell’s Palsy Empiric Therapy. Medscape Reference. Updated Nov 7, 2013. Available at http://www.emedicine.medscape.com/article/2018337-overview
  9. Lo BM: Benefits and challenges in using medical scribes. Forum 2013; Q4:4
  10. Byrne J, Byars D: Direct thrombin and Factor XA inhibitors: A review for acute care providers. Emerg Med 2013; 45(11): 17-21.
  11. Lo BM, Legall I: Anal fistulas and fissures. Medscape Reference. Updated December 11, 2013. Available at: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/776150-overview
  12. Lo BM: Diphtheria. Medscape Reference. Updated December 11, 2013. Available at http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/782051-overview
  13. Lo BM: Decreasing D-Dimer after recent negative computed tomography angiogram does not rule out pulmonary embolism. Am J Emerg Med 2013; 31:996.e5-996.e6
  14. Wolf SJ, Lo BM, Shih RD, Smith MD, Fesmier FM: Clinical policy: Clinical issues in the evaluation and management of adult patients in the emergency department with asymptomatic elevated blood pressure. Ann Emerge Med 2013; 62(1):59-68.
  15. Lo BM: Syphilis organism – specific therapy. eMedicine from WebMD 2013. Updated July 30, 2013. http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/2012160-overview
  16. Counselman FL: Use your pathway to critical care certification. ACEP News 2013; 32(8): 19.
  17. Sheele JM, Anderson JF, Tran D, Teng TA, Byers PA, Ravi BS, Sonenshine DE: Ivermectin causes Cimex Lectularius (bedbug) morbidity and mortality. J Emerg Med 2013; 45(3): 433-440.
  18. Lo BM, Gadkowsi LB, Knips J, Teel AL, Laing A, Martin L: HIV testing in the emergency department: provider attitudes and perceived barriers toward testing (abstract). Ann Emerg Med 2013; 62(4); Supplement: S152.
  19. Marco C, Counselman FL, Korte RC, Russ CM, Reisdorff EJ: Emergency physicians maintain performance on the American Board of Emergency Medicine continuous certification (ConCert) examination (abstract). Ann Emerg Med 2013; 62(4); Supplement: S23.
  20. Marco C, Counselman FL, Korte RC, Purofsky RG, Reisdorff EJ: Delaying the ABEM qualifying examination leads to poorer performance (abstract). Ann Emerg Med 2013; 62(4); Supplement: S138.
  21. Lo BM. Asymmetrical bilateral hip dislocation. West J Emerg Med 2013; 14(5): 452.
  22. Lewis L, Graffeo C, Crosly P, Klausner HA, et al. Ecallantide for the acute treatment of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor – induced angioedema: a multicenter randomized controlled trial (abstract). Ann Emerg Med 2013; 62(4); Supplement: S132.
  23. Munter DW:  Esophageal Foreign Bodies, In: Roberts JR, Custalow CB, et al, eds.  Clinical Procedures in Emergency Medicine, ed. 6.  Saunders Elsevier, Philadelphia; 2014:789-808.
  24. Munter DW: Rectal Foreign Bodies.  Medscape Reference. Updated July 11, 2013.  http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/776795-overview.
  25. Munter DW: Tracheal Foreign Bodies. Medscape Reference.  Updated July 13, 2013. http://emedicine.com/article/764615-overview.
  26. Diercks D, Mumma B, Peacock W, Hollander J, Safdar B, Mahler S, Miller C, Counselman FL, et al:  Incremental value of objective cardiac testing in addition to physician impression and serial contemporary troponin measurements in women.  Acad Emerg Med 2013; 20(3):265-270.
  27. Smith-Coggins R, Baren JM, Counselman FL, et al:  American Board of Emergency Medicine report on residency training information (2012-2013) American Board of Emergency Medicine.  Ann Emerg Med 2013; 61:584-592.
  28. Lo BM, Mendelson MH, Holder L, Berrius M, Kerr D: Building a super track: use of lean to decrease turnaround times for low-acuity patients (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2013; 20(5); Suppl 1:S47.
  29. Leuck JA, Pearson D, Clarke S, Mahoney H, Swaminathan A, Medwid K, Kegg J, Byars D, et al:  A comparison of evaluation metrics for high fidelity ACLS based simulation cases for PGY-1 and PGY-3 level learners (abstract).  Acad Emerg Med 2013; 20(5); supplement 1:s329-s330.
  30. Kessler C, Shakeel F, Hern HG, Jones JS, Comes J, Kulstad C, Gallahue FA, Burns BD, Knapp BJ, et al:  An algorithm for transition of care in the emergency department.  Acad Emerg Med 2013; 20(6):605-610.
  31. Eulitt PJ, Tomberg JP, Conningham TD, Counselman FL, Palmer RM: Prevalence of elderly patients at risk for adverse health outcomes: Rural and urban emergency departments (abstract). J. AM Geriatrics Soc 2013; 61 (Sup S1):s200-s201.
  32. Schott CK, Counselman FL, Ashe AR: A pain in the neck: non-traumatic adult retropharyngeal abscess.  J Emerg Med 2013; 44 (2): 329 – 321
  33. Sheele JM, Kihara JH, Baddorf S, Byrne J, Ravi B: Evaluation of a novel rapid diagnostic test for schistosoma haematobium based on the detection of human immunoglobulins bound to filtered Schistosoma haematobium eggs. Tropical Medicine and International Health; 2013; 18 (4):477-484.
  34. Lo BM: Pulse oximetry. eMedicine from WebMD, updated January 14, 2013 31(4):756e3-4.
  35. Graffeo GC, Dishong W: Severe blood loss anemia in a Jehovah’s Witness treated with adjunctive hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Am J Emerg Med 2013; 31 (4): 756e 3-4.
  36. Sheele JM, Byers PA, Sonenshine DE: Initial assessment of the ability of Ivermectin to kill Ixodes scapularis and Dermacenter variabilis ticks feeding on humans. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2013; 24 (1): 48-52.

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2012

  1. Graffeo C, Ford L, Lo B, Ansarie S, Devine A: Mortality outcomes from post-cardiac arrest therapeutic hypothermia in a community-based multiple hospital system (abstract). Ann Emerg Med 2012; 60(4S): S132-S133
  2. Devine A, Knapp B, Lo B, Harbin E, Jennings D, Herre J, Bernstein R, Alimard R, Old W, Branch A: Characteristics and frequency of emergency department visits of patient’s with continuous flow left ventricular assist devices (abstract). Ann Emerg Med 2012; 60(4S):S142
  3. Baddorf SW, Graffeo CS: Elective rotations in emergency medicine: resident interests, barriers to participation and proposal for a national database (abstract). Ann Emerg Med 2012; 60(4S): S71
  4. Stewart VB, Bjornsson H, Ravi B, Byars D, Clinton M: B-RIPPED ultrasonography scan for evaluation of emergency department patients with shortness of breath (abstract).  Ann Emerg Med 2012; 60(4S): S18
  5. Byars DV, Brodsky RA, Evans D, Lo B, Guins T, Perkins AM: Comparison of direct laryngoscopy to pediatric King LT-D in simulated airways. Pediatric Emergency Care 2012; 28(8): 750-752
  6. Lo BM: Diphtheria in Emergency Medicine. Medscape Reference 2012. Updated November 20, 2012
  7. Lo, BM: Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis- empiric therapy. Medscape Reference 2012. Updated November 20, 2012
  8. Lo, BM: Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis-organism specific therapy. Medscape Reference 2012. Updated November 20, 2012
  9. Lo B, Schott CK, Visintainer CM, Best HA: The utility of wet prep in predicting Neisseria gonorrhea and Chlamydia trachomatis. J Emerg Med 2012; 43(6): 964-969
  10. Lo BM, Legall I: Anal fistulas and fissures. eMedicine from WebMD, 2012.  Updated June 29, 2012.
  11. Lo BM, Visintainer CM, Best HA, Beydoun HA: Answering the myth: use of emergency services on Friday the 13th. Am J Emerg Med 2012:30:886-889.
  12. Perina DG, Brunett CP, Caro DA, Char DM, Chisholm CD, Counselman FL, Heidt J, Keim SM, Ma JO: The 2011 model of the clinical practice of emergency medicine.  Acad Emerg Med 2012; 19:e19-e40.
  13. Brenjit P, Sheele JM: The case files: right flank pain and nausea. Emerg Med News 2012; 34(8a):1-2.
  14. Counselman FL: ABEM maintenance of certification Part IV – as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4. Emerg Med 2012; 44(7): www.emedmag.com.
  15. Tse AE, Evans DP, Counselman FL: A pain in the wrist: stingray envenomation. West J. Emerg Med 2012; 13 (1): 80-81.
  16. Smith-Coggins R, Carius ML, Collier RE, Counselman FL et al: Report on residency training information (2011-2012) American Board of Emergency Medicine. Ann Emerg Med 2012; 59 (5): 416-424.
  17. Knapp B, Belches A: Electrical Injuries, wrist stratification and treatment. Emerg Med 2012; 44 (4): 5-14.
  18. Lo B: Pulse oximetry. eMedicine from WebMD 2012. Updated April 25, 2012.
  19. Knapp B, Byars D, Stewart V, Ryskiewicz R, Evans D: Emergency medical services focused assessment with sonography in trauma and cardiac ultrasound in cardiac arrest: the training phase (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2012; 19 (4), Suppl 1: S189.
  20. Counselman FL, McCole S: Ophthalmic Injury.  In: Britt LD, et al, eds. Acute Care Surgery, 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins; 2012:318-328.
  21. Lo B, Devine AS, Knapp BJ, Byars DV: End-tidal CO2 detectors. eMedicine, Jan 3, 2012.
  22. Devine AS, Lo B, Knapp BJ, Byars DV: Endotracheal tubes. eMedicine, Jan 11, 2012.
  23. Costello J, Devine AS:  Meeting the emergent challenge of spinal cord injury. Emerg Med 2012:44(2):11-19.

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2011

  1. Knapp BJ, Tsuchitani S: Prevalence of MRSA colonization in EMS providers. Am J Emerg Med 2011; 29(8): 957-958.
  2. Lo BM, Devine AS, Evans DP, Byars DV, Lamm OY, Lee RJ, Lowe SM, Walker LL: Comparison of traditional versus high fidelity simulation in the retention of ACLS knowledge. Resuscitation 2011; 82(11); 1440-1443.
  3. Duncan J, Lo BM: Management of hemorrhagic stroke: A focused review of current guidelines. Emerg Med 2011; 43(12); 6-14.
  4. Peacock WF, Magurney K, Birkhahn R, Singh A, Shapiro N, Hexlander J, Glynn T, Nowak R, Safdar B, Miller C, Peberdy M, Counselman FL, et al: Myeloperoxidase in the diagnosis of acute coronary syndromes: the importance of spectrum. AM Heart J 2011; 162 (5): 893-899.
  5. Bjornsson HM, Graffeo CS, Davis SS: Ruptured ectopic pregnancy after previously confirmed tubal occlusion by the Essure procedure. Ann Emerg Med 2011; 57(3): 310-311.
  6. Schott C, Bono MJ: Education and management of diarrhea in the ED. Emerg Med 2011; 43(8); 7-18.
  7. Greene KM, Counselman FL: Common ocular emergencies. Emerg Med 2011 43(3);7-18.
  8. Perina DG, Collier RC, Counselman FL, Jones JH, Witt EA: Report of the task force on residency training information (2010-2011): American Board of Emergency Medicine. Ann Emerg Med 2011; 57(5):526-534.
  9. Byars DV, Lo BM, Haroutunian M, Deljoui K, Morris D: Comparison of airway management by physicians using the Glidescope video laryngoscope, the Storz C-MAC video laryngoscope and direct laryngoscopy in a simulated difficult adult airway. Acad Emerge Med. 2011; 18(S1):S155.
  10. Byars DV, Lo BM, Schott CK, Evans DP: Comparison of airway management by EMS providers using the Glidescope video laryngoscope, the Storz C-MAC video laryngoscope and direct laryngoscopy in a simulated difficult adult airway. Acad Emerg Med. 2011; 18(S1):S157.
  11. Lo BM, Schott CK, Visintainer CM, Best HA: Diagnosing and treating cervicitis in the Emergency Department: how good (or bad) are we? Acad Emerg Med. 2011; 18(S1):S18.
  12. Lo BM, Schott CK, Visintainer CM, Best HA: Incidence of Chlamydia trachomatis, Neisseria gonorrhea, and Trichomonas vaginalis in patients presenting primarily with vaginal bleeding. Acad Emerge Med. 2011; 18(S1):S227-228.
  13. Perina DG, Beeson MS, Char DM, Counselman FL, et al: The 2007 model of the clinical practice of Emergency Medicine: the 2009 update. Ann Emerg Med 2011; 57(3): e1-e15.
  14. Ryszkiewicz R, Graffeo CS: Assessment and management of acute hemoptysis. Emerg Med 2011; 43(5): 6-13
  15. Devlin CA, Byars DV: Meningitis: current evidence and best practice. Emerg Med 2011; 43(6): 6-13
  16. Baur V, Mendelson MH: Acute disorders of the joints and bursae.  Emerg Med 2011; 43(2):5-15.
  17. Jones C, Lo B: Emergency management of cold-induced injuries. Emerg Med 2011; 43(1):6-12.
  18. Counselman FL, Lo BM:  Rhabdomyolysis.  In: Tintinalli JE, et al, eds. Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine – A Comprehensive Study Guide, 7th ed., New York: McGraw Hill; 2011: 622-624.
  19. Lo BM: Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding.  In:  Tintinalli JE, et al, eds. Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine – A Comprehensive Study Guide, 7th ed., New York: McGraw Hill; 2011:545-548.
  20. Byars D:  Hernias in Adults.  In:  Tintinalli JE, et al, eds.  Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine – A Comprehensive Study Guide, 7th ed., New York: McGraw Hill; 2011: 583-587.
  21. Graffeo CS: Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State.  In:  Tintinalli JE, et al, eds.  Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine – A Comprehensive Study Guide, 7th ed., New York: McGraw Hill; 2011: 1440-1444.
  22. Mendelson MH:  Esophageal Emergencies, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, and Swallowed Foreign Bodies.  In:  Tintinalli JE, et al, eds.  Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine – A Comprehensive Study Guide, 7th ed., New York: McGraw Hill; 2011: 548-554.

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2010

  1. Lo BM: Abdominal aneurysm diagnosed by plain radiograph.  Int. J Emerg Med 2010; 3:509-510.
  2. Knapp B, Williams ML: Oncologic emergencies: endocrinologic/metabolic, hematologic, renal/urologic, dermatologic/immunologic, GI and pain.  Emerg Med 2010; 42(12):6-12.
  3. Bjornsson H, Graffeo CS:  Improving diagnostic accuracy of anaphylaxis in the acute care setting.  West J Emerg Med 2010; 1 (5):456-61.
  4. Deane SA, Parker R: Dental emergencies.  Emerg Med 2010; 42(9):6-13.
  5. Carpenter CR, Kane BG, Carter N, Lucas R, Wilbur LG, Graffeo CS:  Incorporating evidence-based medicine into resident education: a CORD survey of faculty and resident expectations.  Acad Emerg Med 2010; 17:S54-S61.
  6. Watring N, Smith CM, Stokes TK, Counselman FL:  Spontaneous superior mesenteric artery (SMA) dissection: an unusual cause of abdominal pain.  J Emerg Med 2010; 39(5):576-578.

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