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2003

  1. DG Reiley, GT Guldner, AL Leinen. "You Are Commanded to Appear": The Subpoena and the Emergency Medicine Resident (Residents' Perspective) Dec 2003. Annals of Emergency Medicine.
  2. Green SM. Propofol in Emergency Medicine: Pushing the Sedation Frontier (Editorial). Dec 2003. Annals of Emergency Medicine.
  3. Green, SM. Fasting is a consideration?not a necessity?for emergency department procedural sedation and analgesia [editorial]. Nov 2003. Annals of Emergency Medicine.
  4. BUSH SP: Why no antivenom? [letter] Annals of Emergency Medicine September 2003; 42 (3): 431-432.
  5. Offerman SR, Barry JD, Richardson WH, Tong T, Tanen DA, BUSH SP, Clark RF: Subcutaneous injection of crotaline Fab antivenom for the treatment of rattlesnake envenomation in a porcine model [abstract]. Presented at the North American Congress of Clinical Toxicology in Chicago, Illinois September 6, 2003.
  6. Hayes WK, BUSH SP, Herbert SS, Rehling GC, Cardwell MD, Dugan EA: Defensive Bites by Rattlesnakes (Genus Crotalus): Venom Expenditure, Envenomation Severity, and the Importance of Snake Size [abstract]. Oral presentation at the Western Reptile Symposium at the University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada October 3-5, 2003.
  7. Cardwell MD, Hayes WK, BUSH SP: Habitat Utilization and Behavior of the Mojave Rattlesnake (Crotalus scutulatus scutulatus) in the western Mojave Desert [abstract]. Oral presentation at the Western Reptile Symposium at the University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada October 3-5, 2003.
  8. Brown L, Moynihan J, Denmark TK: Blunt pediatric head trauma requiring neurosurgical intervention: How subtle can it be? Am J Emerg Med 2003; 21: 467-472.
  9. Moynihan JA, Brown L, Sehra R, Checchia PA: Cardiac troponin I as a predictor of respiratory failure in children hospitalized with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infections: A pilot study. Am J Emerg Med 2003; 21: 479-482.
  10. Brown L, Tomasi A, Salcedo G. An attractive approach to magnets adherent across the nasal septum. Can J Emerg Med 2003; 5: 356-358 (A brief review of this paper is to appear in the Canadian Medical Association Journal soon)
  11. Denmark TK, Brown L: Inborn errors of metabolism: An emergency department approach. Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine. American College of Emergency Physicians. 2003; 18(1): 11-18.
  12. Kim G, Brown L, Mejia C. Pediatric fever and febrile seizures. Emerg Med Services 2003; 32: 71-73.
  13. Brown L, Reiley DG, Jeng A, Green SM: Objective criteria fail to predict which children with bronchiolitis are eligible for brief hospitalization. Can J Emerg Med 2003; 5: 239-44.
  14. Wong HE, Moore C, Skrupky R, Fox JC, Lambert MJ. Accuracy of Emergency Physician Compression Ultrasonography and D-Dimer in the Bedside Diagnosis of Deep Venous Thrombosis. ACEP 2003 abstract and poster.
  15. Rivers EP, Nguyen HB, Huang DT, Donnino M. Cardiovascular management of septic shock. Crit Care Med 2003; In Press.
  16. Rivers EP, Otero RM, Nguyen HB. Approach to the patient in shock. In: Emergency Medicine, A Comprehensive Study Guide, Tintinalli, 6th Ed; In Press.
  17. Rivers EP, Nguyen HB, Amponsah D. Sepsis: A landscape from the emergency department to the intensive care unit. Crit Care Med 2003;31:968-9.
  18. Matt B Underwood, Lynda Daniel-Underwood. My brother and I. Annals of Emerg Med 2003 Mar
  19. Dustin D. Smith, MD and Jaime Gonzalez, MD. International emergency medicine fellowship: The basics. Resident's Perspective. Annals of Emerg Med 2003
  20. Brown L, Sims J, Conforto A: A case of posterior myocardial infarction with isolated ST elevations in V8 and V9: Is this an "ST elevation MI?" Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine
  21. Brown L, Dannenberg B: Pulse oximetry in discharge decision making: A survey of Emergency Physicians. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 2002; 4 (6): 388-393.
  22. Green SM, Krauss B: Procedural sedation, chapter in Singer AJ, Hollander JE, editors: Lacerations and Acute Wounds: An Evidence-Based Guide. Philadelphia, FA Davis Company, 2003.
  23. Gill M. Media Review: Forensic Emergency Medicine. Academic Emergency Medicine, January 2003 10: 100-101.
  24. Gill M. Media Review: Emergency Imaging of the Acutely Ill or Injured Child. Academic Emergency Medicine 2002 Dec; 9(12).
  25. Gill M, Green S, Krauss B. Can the Bispectral Index Monitor Quantify Altered Level of Consciousness in Emergency Department Patients? Acad Emerg Med 2003;10 175-179
  26. Guldner GT, Jason Schultz, Perry Sexton, Corwyn Fortner, and Mark Richmond Etomidate for Rapid-sequence Intubation in Young Children: Hemodynamic Effects and Adverse Events. Acad Emerg Med 2003;10 134-139
  27. Kim G, Green SM, Denmark TK, and Baruch Krauss Ventilatory Response during Dissociative Sedation in Children--A Pilot Study. Acad Emerg Med 2003;10 140-145
  28. Gill M, Green SM, Krauss B: A study of the bispectral index monitor during procedural sedation and analgesia in the emergency department. Annals of Emergency Medicine Feb 2003; 41(2): 234-41.
  29. Matthew T. Spencer, Bonny J. Baron, Richard Sinert, Guisou Mahmoud, Cristopher Punzalan, Anne Tintinalli. Necessity of Hospital Admission for Pediatric Minor Head Injury. American Journal of Emergency Medicine.
  30. Grange JT, Baumann GW, Vaezazizi R: On-site Physicians Reduce Ambulance Transports at Mass Gatherings. Prehospital Emergency Care 2003;7:322-236.
  31. Bush SP. Envenomation Medicine Update. Wilderness Medicine. 2003; 20 (2):3-4.
  32. E. Lea Lynch (media review)Emergent Field Medicine: By Michael J. VanRooyen, Thomas D. Kirsch, Kathleen Clem, and C. James Holliman. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 2002, 900 pages, $80.00 (softcover)
  33. Guldner GT., Long Distance Relationships, The Complete Guide. JF Milne Publications. Corona, CA: 2003.
  34. Brown L. Pediatric Respiratory Diseases. EMRAP Vol. 3 No. 1 January 2003 [Center for Medical Education, Creamery PA] (Audio Publication)
  35. Kim G, Brown L, Mejia C. Pediatric fever and febrile seizures. Emerg Med Services 2003; 32: 71-73.
  36. Brown L, Reiley DG, Jeng A, Green SM: Objective criteria fail to predict which children with bronchiolitis are eligible for brief hospitalization. Can J Emerg Med 2003; 5: 239-44.
  37. Brown L, Sims J, Conforto A: A case of posterior myocardial infarction with isolated ST elevations in V8 and V9: Is this an "ST elevation MI?" Can J Emerg Med 2003; 5: 115-118.
  38. Thomas T: Travelers' Diarrhea. Topics in EM 2003;25: 49-58.
  39. Green G, Modi S, Lunney K, and Thomas T: Generic Evaluation Methods for Disaster Drills in Developing Countries. Ann Emerg Med 2003; 41:689-699.
  40. Rivers EP, Nguyen HB, Amponsah D. Sepsis: A landscape from the emergency department to the intensive care unit. Crit Care Med 2003;31:968-9.

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2002

  1. BUSH SP: Dust cover comments for Schuett GW, et al. (eds): Biology of the Vipers. Eagle Mountain Publishing, LC., Eagle Mountain, UT, 2002.
  2. Rivers EP, Nguyen HB, Huang DT, Donnino M. Critical care and emergency medicine. Curr Opin Crit Care 2002;8:600-6.
  3. Rivers EP, Nguyen HB, Marik PE, Varon J, Abroug F, Besbes L, Nouira S, Sarkar S, Kupfer Y, Tessler S. Goal-directed therapy for severe sepsis. N Engl J Med 2002;346:1025-6.
  4. Donnino MW, Nguyen HB, Vasquez J, Otero R, Jacobsen G, Tomlanovich MC, Rivers EP. A hemodynamic comparison of early and late phase severe sepsis and septic shock. Chest 2002;122(4):5S.
  5. Offerman SR, Bush SP, Moynihan JA, Clark RF: Crotaline Fab Antivenom for the Treatment of Children with Rattlesnake Envenomation. Accepted to Pediatrics for publication in November 2002.
  6. Bush SP, King BO, Norris RL, Stockwell SA: Centipede envenomation. To be reprinted in The Journal of Special Operations Medicine in 2002.
  7. Bush SP: Photographs for Zafren K: Environmental injuries. In: Knoop K, Stack L, Storrow AB, editors: Atlas of Emergency Medicine. 2nd edition. New York: McGraw-Hill. 2002. Bush SP:
  8. Bush SP: Photographs for Norris RL: Snakebites. In: Campbell JA, Brodie ED, editors: Venomous Reptiles of the Americas. 2002 publication anticipated.
  9. Bush SP, Green SM, Moynihan JA, Hayes WK, Cardwell MD: Crotalidae polyvalent immune fab (ovine) antivenom is efficacious for envenomations by southern pacific rattlesnakes (Crotalus helleri). Annals of Emergency Medicine 2002: 40(6): 619-624.
  10. Daniel L, Thomas TL: "Field Laboratory ", chapter in Van Rooyen M, editor: Field Medicine Emergency Medicine for International Health Workers. McGraw Hill, Inc., 2002.
  11. Li J, Green SM: "Anesthesia and Pain Management", chapter in vanRooyen M, editor: Field Medicine ? Emergency medicine for International Health Workers. McGraw Hill, Inc., 2002.
  12. Thomas TL, Clem K: "Health Education Techniques", chapter in Van Rooyen M, editor: Field Medicine Emergency Medicine for International Health Workers. McGraw Hill, Inc., 2002.
  13. Thomas TL: "Travel kits and international medicine", chapter in Goepp/Hostetler, editors: Procedures for Primary Care Pediatricians. Mosby, Inc. 2002.
  14. Thomas T, VanRooyen M: Culture and Medicine, in Van Rooyen M, (ed): Emergent Field Medicine. McGraw Hill, Inc, 2002.
  15. Chow TK, Kronisch RL: Mechanisms of injury in off-road bicycling. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine13: 27-30, 2002 .
  16. Kronisch RL, Pfeiffer RP, Chow TK, Hummel CB: Gender differences in acute mountain bike racing injuries. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine 12:158-164, 2002.
  17. Chow TK, Browne VA, Heileson HL, Wallace DR, Anholm JD: Comparison of ginkgo biloba versus acetazolamide in the prevention of acute mountain sickness(abstract). Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, supplement to 34(5):S246, 2002.
  18. Brown L, Denmark TK, Jones J: The critically ill or comatose infant: An organized approach. Emergency Medicine Practice 2002; 4(10): 1-24.
  19. Brown L, Dannenberg B: A literature based approach to the identification and management of pediatric foreign bodies Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports 2002; 7(9): 93-104.
  20. Brown L, Sherwin T, Perez JE, Perez DU: Heliox as a Temporizing Measure for Pediatric Foreign Body Aspiration. Acad Emerg Med 2002; 9: 346-7.
  21. Brown L: PEER VI; author of pediatric and cutaneous questions and answers. American College of Emergency Physicians. Dallas, Texas. 2002
  22. Rothrock SG, Green SM, Costanzo KA, Fanelli JM, Cruzen ES, Pagane JR: High yield criteria for obtaining non-trauma chest radiography in the adult emergency department population. Journal of Emergency Medicine 2002; 23:117-124
  23. Green SM, Krauss B: Pulmonary aspiration risk during ED procedural sedation: An examination of the role of fasting and sedation depth. Academic Emergency Medicine 2002; 9:35-42.
  24. Green SM, Rothrock SG: Is pediatric trauma a surgical disease? [Editorial] Annals of Emergency Medicine 2002; 39:537-540.
  25. Green SM, Krauss B: Procedural sedation terminology: Moving past "conscious sedation". [Editorial] Annals of Emergency Medicine 2002; 39:433-435.
  26. Gill M, Green SM, Krauss B: A study of the bispectral index monitor during procedural sedation and analgesia in the emergency department. [abstract] Annals of Emergency Medicine 2002; 40:S93.
  27. Gill M, Green SM, Krauss B: Can the bispectral index monitor quantify altered level of consciousness in emergency department patients? [abstract] Annals of Emergency Medicine 2002; 40:S94.
  28. Gill M, Haycock K, Green SM, Krauss B: Comparison of the bispectral index score to standard subjective measurements of the degree of sedation in intubated adult emergency department patients. [abstract] Annals of Emergency Medicine 2002; 40:S94.
  29. Gill M, Green SM, Krauss B. Can the bispectral index monitor serve as a sixth vital sign? An observational study of the BIS monitor in patients with altered levels of consciousness. Emergency Medicine Journal. 2002 June; 19[Supp 1]: A82.
  30. Gill M, Green SM, Krauss B. Can bispectral index monitoring quantify depth of emergency department procedural sedation? An observational study of the bispectral index. Emergency Medicine Journal. . 2002 June; 19[Supp 1]: A81-A82.
  31. Bush SP, Green SM, Laack TA, Hayes WK, Cardwell MD, Tanen DA: Pressure immobilization delays mortality and increases interacompartmental pressure after artificial intramuscular rattlesnake envenomation in a porcine model. [abstract] Annals of Emergency Medicine 2002; 40:S57.
  32. Vetter RS, Bush SP: Presumptive brown recluse spider bites reinforce logistically improbable diagnoses in non-endemic North America [editorial]. Clinical Infectious Diseases 2002;35:442-445.
  33. Vetter RS, Bush SP: The diagnosis of brown recluse spider bite is overused for dermonecrotic wounds of uncertain etiology [editorial]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2002; 39(5): 544-546.
  34. Vetter RS, Bush SP: Chemical burn misdiagnosed as brown recluse spider bite [letter]. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 2002; 20(1): 68-69.
  35. Bush SP, King BO, Norris RL, Stockwell SA: Centipede envenomation. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine Journal 2001; 12(2): 93-99.
  36. Bush SP, Green SM, Laack TA, Hayes WK, Cardwell MD, Tanen DA:Pressure-Immobilization Delays Mortality and Increases Intra-compartmental Pressure after Artificial Intramuscular Rattlesnake Envenomation in a Porcine Model [abstract]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2002; 40(4) S57
  37. Bush SP, Green SM, Laack TA, Hayes WK, Cardwell MD, Tanen DA: Pressure-Immobilization Delays Mortality and Increases Intra-compartmental Pressure after Artificial Intramuscular Rattlesnake Envenomation in a Porcine Model [abstract]. California Journal of Emergency Medicine 2002.
  38. Offerman SR, Bush SP, Moynihan JA, Clark RF: Crotaline Fab Antivenom for the Treatment of Children with Rattlesnake Envenomation [abstract]. Academic Emergency Medicine 2002; 9(5) 532-533
  39. Offerman SR, Bush SP, Moynihan JA, Clark RF: Crotaline Fab Antivenom for the Treatment of Children with Rattlesnake Envenomation [abstract]. California Journal of Emergency Medicine 2002; June-July.
  40. Grange JT, Baumann GW: The California 500 ? Medical Care at a NASCAR Winston Cup Race. Prehospital Emergency Care, 2002;6:315-318.
  41. Grange JT: Planning for Large Events. Current Sports Medicine Reports: An Official Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine, 2002;1:156-161.
  42. Grange JT, Corbett S: Violence Against Emergency Medical Services Personnel. Prehospital Emergency Care, 2002;6:186-190.
  43. Grange JT, Kozak R, Gonzales J: Penetrating Injury from a Less Lethal Bean Bag Gun. J Trauma, 2002;52:576-578.
  44. Green SM: Editor-in-Chief, Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia, 2002 Deluxe Edition. Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 2002.
  45. Green SM: Editor-in-Chief, Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia, 2002 Classic Edition. Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 2002.
  46. Chock JG, Gill MR. Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia induced by oral stimulation: a case report and review of swallow-induced dysrhythmias. Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2002. 22(4): 389-92.
  47. Laack TA, BUSH SP: Black widow spider envenomation. Lifeline: a newsletter and forum for the emergency physicians in California 2002; March: p 4 and 14.
  48. Elizabeth Lea Lynch (media review) The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine, 3rd Edition Acad Emerg Med 2002 9: 659
  49. Wong HE, Kazzi AA, Langdorf MI. Utility of the CORD ECG Database in Evaluating ECG Interpretation by Emergency Medicine Residents. Calif. J. Emergency Medicine, 2002 Oct-Dec; III (4): 59-65
  50. Brown L, Dannenberg B: Pulse oximetry in discharge decision making: A survey of Emergency Physicians. Can J Emerg Med 2002; 4(6): 388-93.
  51. Rivers EP, Nguyen HB, Huang DT, Donnino M. Critical care and emergency medicine. Curr Opin Crit Care 2002;8:600-6.
  52. Rivers EP, Nguyen HB, Marik PE, Varon J, Abroug F, Besbes L, Nouira S, Sarkar S, Kupfer Y, Tessler S. Goal-directed therapy for severe sepsis. N Engl J Med 2002;346:1025-6.

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2001

  1. Rivers E, Nguyen B, Havstad S, Ressler J, Muzzin A, Knoblich B, Peterson E, Tomlanovich M. Early goal-directed therapy in the treatment of severe sepsis and septic shock. N Engl J Med 2001;345:1368-77.
  2. Bush SP, King BO, Norris RL, Stockwell SA: Centipede Envenomation. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 2001; 12:93-99.
  3. Gill M: Emergencies of the head and neck. [Book review] Acad Emerg Med 2001; 8:406-407.
  4. Gill M: Just Here Trying to Save a Few Lives. [Book review] Acad Emerg Med 2001; 8: 101.
  5. Green SM, Klooster M, Harris T, Lynch EL, Rothrock SG: Ketamine sedation for pediatric gastroenterology procedures. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 2001; 32:26-33.
  6. Green SM: Editor-in-Chief, Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia, 2001 Classic Edition. Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 2001.
  7. Green SM: Editor-in-Chief, Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia, 2001 Deluxe Edition. Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 2001.
  8. Guldner GT: Long-distance relationships and emergency medicine residency. Ann Emerg Med 2001; 37:103-106.
  9. Lynch EL, Green SM, editors: First Aid Guide ? Immediate Care for Injured or Ill Patients. [monograph] American Medical Association, Chicago, Illinois, 2001.
  10. Lynch EL: Manual of Emergency Airway Management. [Book review] Acad Emerg Med 2001; 8:302.
  11. Norris Jr RL, Bush SP: North American venomous reptile bites. In: Aurbach PS, editor: Wilderness Medicine: Management of Wilderness and Environmental Emergencies. 4th ed. St. Louis, MO: Mosby, 2001.
  12. Brown ET, Corbett SW: Iatrogenic cardiopulmonary arrest during pediatric sedation with meperidine, promethazine, and chlorpromazine. Pediatric Emergency Care, 2001; 351-353.
  13. L. Pires, J. Ganji, R Steele, Diagnostic Patterns and Temporal Trends in the Evaluation of Adult Patients Hospitalized with Syncope. Arch Intern Med 2001;161:1889-1895
  14. Bush SP, Hegewald K, Green SM, Cardwell MD, Hayes WK: Effects of negative pressure venom extraction device (ExtractorTM) on local tissue injury after artificial rattlesnake envenomation in a porcine model [abstract]. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine Journal 2001; 12(1): 50 and Academic Emergency Medicine 2000; 7(5) 495-496.
  15. Norris Jr RL, Bush SP: North American venomous reptile bites. In: Auerbach PS, editor: Wilderness Medicine, 4th edition. Mosby, Inc., St. Louis, MO, 2001.
  16. Bush SP, Hardy Sr. DL: Immediate removal of Extractor is recommended [letter]. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2001; 38(5): 607-608.
  17. Bush SP, King BO, Norris RL, Stockwell SA: Centipede envenomation. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine Journal 2001; 12(2): 93-99.
  18. Thomas T: Unique Travel Issues for Children, in Goepp J, Hostetler M (eds): Procedures for Primary Care Pediatricians. St Louis: Mosby, 2001: 400-416.
  19. Farstad DJ, Chow T: A brief case report and review of ciguatera poisoning. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine12: 263-269, 2001.
  20. Brown ET, Corbett SW, Green SM: Iatrogenic cardiopulmonary arrest during pediatric sedation with meperidine, promethazine, and chlorpromazine. Pediatric Emergency Care 2001; 17:351-353.
  21. Green SM, Denmark TK, Cline J, Roghair C, Abd Allah S, Rothrock SG: Ketamine sedation for pediatric critical care procedures. Pediatric Emergency Care 2001; 17:244-248.
  22. Rothrock SG, Green SM, Fanelli JM, Cruzen E, Constanzo K, Pagane J: Do published guidelines predict pneumonia in children presenting to an urban ED? Pediatric Emergency Care 2001; 17:240-243.
  23. Green SM, Klooster M, Harris T, Lynch EL, Rothrock SG: Ketamine sedation for pediatric gastroenterology procedures. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 2001; 32:26-33.
  24. Green SM, Krauss B: The semantics of ketamine. [letter] Annals of Emergency Medicine 2001; 38:94-95.
  25. Gill M. Media Review: Pediatric Emergency Medicine Secrets. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2001; 8: 857-8.
  26. Brown L and Hicks M: Subclinical mastitis presenting as acute, unexplained, excessive crying in an afebrile 31-day-old female. Pediatr Emerg Care 2001; 17(3): 189-190.
  27. Brown L. Call 911, my child can't?READ?!? Pediatr Emerg Care 2001; 17(5): 398-9. (Letter)
  28. Brown L: Common Neonatal Problems. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers 2001: 215-219.
  29. Brown L: Common Neonatal Problems. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers 2001: 215-219.
  30. Brown L: Pediatric Heart Disease. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers 2001: 219-221.
  31. Brown L: Bacteremia, Sepsis, and Meningitis in Children. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers 2001: 229-233.
  32. Brown L: Pneumonia in Children. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers 2001: 233-235.
  33. Brown L: Hypoglycemia in Children. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers 2001: 248-9.
  34. Brown L: Altered Mental Status in Children. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers 2001: 249-251.
  35. Brown L: Fluid and Electrolyte Disorders in Children. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers 2001: 253-6.
  36. Brown L: Pediatric Exanthems. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medcine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers 2001: 259-63.
  37. Brown L: Pediatric Urinary Tract Infections. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers 2001: 273-5.
  38. Rivers E, Nguyen B, Havstad S, Ressler J, Muzzin A, Knoblich B, Peterson E, Tomlanovich M. Early goal-directed therapy in the treatment of severe sepsis and septic shock. N Engl J Med 2001;345:1368-77.

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2000

  1. Nguyen HB, Rivers EP, Havstad S, Knoblich B, Hays G, Ressler J, Tomlanovich MC. Critical care delivery in the emergency department: A physiologic assessment and outcome evaluation. Acad Emerg Med 2000;7(12):1354-61.
  2. Rivers EP, Nguyen HB, Havstad S, Knoblich B, Tomlanovich MC. Early goal-directed therapy in the treatment of the systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS): An outcome evaluation of emergency department intervention. Acad Emerg Med 2000;7(5):427. Plenary session.
  3. Rivers EP, Nguyen HB, Havstad S, Tomlanovich MC and EIT Study Group. Early goal-directed therapy in the treatment of the systemic inflammatory response syndrome: An outcome evaluation of emergency department intervention. Chest 2000;118(4):87-8S.
  4. Gunnerson K, Rivers EP, Nguyen HB, Muzzin A, Uppal P, Tomlanovich MC. Occult myocardial injury in the systemic inflammatory response syndrome. Acad Emerg Med 2000;7(5):566-7.
  5. Nguyen HB, Rivers EP, Havstad S, Knoblich BP, Hays G, Ressler J, Rittinger W, Tomlanovich MC. Central venous oxygen saturation/lactic acid index as a prognosticator of survival in shock. Crit Care Med 2000;27(12):A156.
  6. Bush SP, Giem P, Vetter R: Green lynx spider (Peucetia viridans) envenomation. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 2000: 18:64-66.
  7. Bush SP, Hegewald K, Green SM, Cardwell MD, Hayes WK: Effects of a negative pressure venom extraction device (ExtractorTM) on local tissue injury after artificial rattlesnake envenomation in a porcine model [abstract]. Academic Emergency Medicine 2000; 7(5): 495-496.
  8. Bush SP, Wu VH, Corbett SW: Rattlesnake venom-induced thrombocytopenia response to antivenin (Crotalidae) polyvalent: A case series. Academic Emergency Medicine 2000; 7:181-185.
  9. Campbell D, Thomas TL, Falck T, Tutuo N, Clem K: The intravenous use of coconut water. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 2000:18:108-111.
  10. Corbett SW, White P, Wittlake WA: Benefits of an informational videotape for emergency department patients. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 2000: 18:67-71.
  11. Corbett SW, Andrews HG, Baker EM, Jones WG: Emergency Department Evaluation of the Pediatric Trauma Patient by Ultrasonography. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 2000; 18:244-249.
  12. Costanzo KA, Rothrock SG, Green SM, et al: Chest radiography in the emergency evaluation of adults presenting to the ED: A prospective analysis. [abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 2000; 7:494.
  13. Fanelli JM, Rothrock SG, Green SM, Cruzen E, Costanzo KA: Derivation of a clinical prediction rule for risk stratifying children with possible pneumonia in the emergency department. [abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 2000; 7:582.
  14. Fanelli JM, Rothrock SG, Green SM, Cruzen E, Costanzo KA: Do evidence-based guidelines predict pneumonia in young children presenting to the ED? [abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 2000; 7:561.
  15. Fisher BA, Wittlake WA: Future of the emergency physician: Subject or citizen? American Journal of Emergency Medicine 2000: 18:102-107.
  16. Fisher BA. Physician Autonomy in the Managed Care Era: The Physician - Citizen or Subject? Journal of Medical Practice Management 2000; 15(5):256-263.
  17. Fisher BA. Wittlake WA. Enhancing the medical practice by partnering with an emergency department. Journal of Medical Practice Management. 2000; 15(4):181-186.
  18. Green SM, Kuppermann N, Rothrock SG, Hummel CB, Ho M: Predictors of adverse events with ketamine sedation in children. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2000; 35:35-42.
  19. Green SM, Li J: Ketamine in adults: What emergency physicians need to know about patient selection and emergence reactions. [Editorial] Academic Emergency Medicine 2000;7:278-281.
  20. Green SM: Editor-in-Chief, Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia 2000, Classic Edition. Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 2000.
  21. Green SM: Editor-in-Chief, Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia 2000, Deluxe Edition. Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 2000.
  22. Harris M, Grange J: Management of calf deep venous thrombosis. [letter] Annals of Emergency Medicine 2000; 35:629.
  23. Holliman CJ, Green GB, VanRooyen MJ, Clem K, Smith J, Ankel F, Hirshon J, Thomas T, Perez N, Davis M, Wolf L: Proposed Curriculum for an "Observational" International Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program. Academic Emergency Medicine 2000; 7:359-364.
  24. Krauss B, Green SM: Sedation and analgesia for procedures in children. New England Journal of Medicine 2000; 342:938-945.
  25. McCoy K, Rothrock SG, Macchiaroli R, Green SM: Prediction of difficult ED endotracheal intubations using standard anesthesiology airway measurements. [abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 2000; 7:527.
  26. Rothrock SG, Green SM, Morgan R: Abdominal trauma in infants and children: Prompt identification and early management of serious and life threatening injuries. Part 1 -- Injury patterns and initial assessment. Pediatric Emergency Care 2000; 16:106-115.
  27. Sherwin TS, Green SM, Khan A, Chapman DS, Dannenberg B: Does adjunctive midazolam reduce recovery agitation after ketamine sedation for pediatric procedures? A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2000; 35:239-244.
  28. Ho J, BUSH SP: Painful tongue swelling. Academic Emergency Medicine 2000; 7(8): 918-943.
  29. Merin DS, BUSH SP: Severe hand injury following a green iguana bite [letter]. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine Journal 2000; 11(3): 225-226.
  30. BUSH SP: In the Pink--Tricks of the Trade. Emergency Medicine: Acute Medicine for the Primary Care Physician 2000; 32(10): 36.
  31. Brown L and Jones J: Acute Abdominal Pain in Children: "Classic Presentation vs. Reality." Emergency Medicine Practice 2000; 2(12): 1-24.
  32. Brown L: The Well-Appearing Febrile Child. Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine. American College of Emergency Physicians 2000; 15(2): 1-6.
  33. Brown L, Takeuchi D, Challoner K: Corneal abrasions associated with pepper spray exposure. Am J Emerg Med 2000; 18: 271-2.
  34. Brown L: Non-traumatic Peripheral Vascular Disorders. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide (5th Edition) Companion Handbook. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers 2000: 186-90.
  35. Brown L: Aortic Dissection and Aneurysms. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide (5th Edition) Companion Handbook. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers 2000: 182-6.
  36. Nguyen HB, Rivers EP, Havstad S, Knoblich B, Hays G, Ressler J, Tomlanovich MC. Critical care delivery in the emergency department: A physiologic assessment and outcome evaluation. Acad Emerg Med 2000;7(12):1354-61.

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1999

  1. Nguyen HB, Mullen MT, Rivers EP, Suri P, Cuschieri J, Urrunaga J, Tomlanovich MC. Arterial-central venous carbon dioxide difference in the emergency department: An indicator of cardiac index. Ann Emerg Med 1999;34(4):S45.
  2. Knoblich B, Rivers EP, Nguyen HB, Mullen MT, Rittinger B, Hays G, Amponsah D, Jankowski M, Tomlanovich MC. Lactic acid clearance in the emergency department prognosticates multisystem organ failure and death. Ann Emerg Med 1999;34(4):S18.
  3. Urrunuga J, Rivers EP, Mullen MT, Karriem V, Nguyen HB, Knoblich B, Rittinger B. Hemodynamic evaluation of the critically ill in the emergency department: A comparison of clinical impression versus transesophageal doppler measurement. Ann Emerg Med 1999;34(4):S46.
  4. Lotfipour S, Lewandowski C, Nguyen HB. Wide inter-resident procedure variability suggests need for national standards in emergency medicine. Ann Emerg Med 1999;34(4):S72.
  5. Nguyen HB, Suri P, Rivers EP, Cuschieri J, Urrunaga J, Mullen MT, Tomlanovich MC. Arterial-central venous carbon dioxide difference as an indicator of cardiac output and cardiac index in the emergency department. Acad Emerg Med 1999;6(5):421.
  6. Nguyen HB, Rivers EP, Havstad S, Knoblich B, Hays G, Ward K, Ressler J, Talos E, Tomlanovich MC. Shock outcome prediction in the emergency department (SOPED). Acad Emerg Med 1999;6(5):478.
  7. Knoblich B, Rivers EP, Nguyen HB, Rittinger B, Hays G, Amponsah D, Jankowski M, Tomlanovich MC. Lactic acid clearance in the emergency department: Implications for the development of multisystem organ failure and death. Acad Emerg Med 1999;6(5):479.
  8. Aurora T, Chung W, Dunne R, Martin G, Ward K, Rivers EP, Knoblich B, Nguyen HB, Tomlanovich MC. Occult myocardial injury in severe carbon monoxide poisoning, Acad Emerg Med 1999;6(5):394.
  9. Nguyen HB, Rivers EP, Havstad S, Knoblich B, Ressler J, Talos E, Rittinger B, Tomlanovich MC. Physiologic assessment of the critically ill in the emergency department. Crit Care Med 1999;27(1):A69.
  10. Bush SP, Cardwell MD: Mojave rattlesnake identification. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 1999; 10:6-9.
  11. Bush SP, Siedenburg E: Neurotoxicity associated with suspected Southern Pacific rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis helleri) envenomation. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 1999; 10:247-249.
  12. Bush SP, Wu VH, Corbett SW: Rattlesnake venom-induced thrombocytopenia response to antivenin (crotalidae). [Abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 1999; 6:393.
  13. Bush SP: Black widow spider (Latrodectus mactans) envenomation mimicking cholecystitis. [Letter] American Journal of Emergency Medicine 1999; 17:315.
  14. Bush SP: Envenomation by the scorpion (Centruroides limbatus) outside its natural range and recognition of medically important scorpions. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 1999; 10:161-164.
  15. Chow TK, Kronisch R: Mechanisms of injury in off-road bicycling (abstract). Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 1990; 31: S400.
  16. Clem KJ, Green SM: "Spondylolysis / Spondylolisthesis", chapter in Rosen P, Barkin RM, Hayden SR, et al, editors: The 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult. Williams & Wilkins, 1999.
  17. Comeau-Luis O, Corbett SW, Wittlake WA: Case Report: Reversal of an evolving myocardial infarction with intravenous thrombolysis. American Journal of Critical Care 1999; 8:246-249.
  18. Fisher BA, Wittlake WA: Three year results of a comprehensive emergency department model. Topics in Emergency Medicine 1999; 21:1-7.
  19. Fisher BA. Doctor Discontent [Letter]. New England Journal of Medicine. February 1999. 340(8):649-650.
  20. Fisher BA. Unlikely Partners: The Emergency Department and Local Medical Group. Group Practice Journal. 1999. 48(1):32-35.
  21. Fisher BA. What the Role of the Modern ED Should Be. Journal of Cost and Quality. 1999. 5(1):28-37.
  22. Grange JT, Baumann GW: The California 500: Medical care at a NASCAR Winston cup race event. [abstract] Ann Emerg Med 1999; 34:S73-S74.
  23. Grange JT, Green SM, Downs W: Concert Medicine - Spectrum of injuries and medical complications encountered at 405 major musical events. Academic Emergency Medicine 1999; 6:202-207.
  24. Green SM, Clark R, Hostetler MA, Cohen M, Carlson D, Rothrock SG: Inadvertent ketamine overdose in children: Clinical manifestations and outcome. Annals of Emergency Medicine 1999; 34:492-497.
  25. Green SM, Hummel CB, Wittlake WA, Rothrock SG, Hopkins GA, Garrett W: What is the optimal dose of intramuscular ketamine for pediatric sedation? Academic Emergency Medicine 1999; 6:21-26
  26. Green SM, Rothrock SG, Hestdalen R, Ho M, Lynch EL: Ketamine sedation in mentally disabled adults. [letter] Academic Emergency Medicine 1999; 6:86-87.
  27. Green SM, Rothrock SG: Evaluation styles for well-appearing febrile children: Are you a "risk-minimizer" or a "test-minimizer"? [Editorial] Annals of Emergency Medicine 1999; 33:211-214.
  28. Green SM: Editor-in-Chief, Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia. Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 1999.
  29. Green SM: "Dissociative Agents", chapter in Krauss BS, Brustowicz RM, editors: Pediatric Procedural Sedation and Analgesia. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, 1999.
  30. Green SM: Propofol for emergency department procedural sedation -- Not yet ready for prime time. [Editorial] Academic Emergency Medicine 1999; 6:975-978.
  31. Hoffner RJ, Kilaghbian T, Esekogwu VI, Henderson SO: Common presentations of amebic liver abscess. Ann Emerg Med 1999; 34:351-355.
  32. Innes GM, Green SM: "Establishing Procedural Sedation Guidelines and Policies", chapter in Krauss BS, Brustowicz RM, editors: Pediatric Procedural Sedation and Analgesia. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, 1999.
  33. Jacobson S, Wittlake WA: Workforce study in emergency medicine: A perspective from academic emergency medicine. [Editorial] Ann Emerg Med 1999; 33:556-558.
  34. Lee KW, Sherwin TS, Won DJ: An alternate technique to close neurosurgical incisions using octylcyanoacrylate tissue adhesive. Pediatric Neurosurgery 1999; 31:110-114.
  35. Lynch EL: "Aortic Injuries", chapter in Rosen P, Barkin RM, Hayden SR, et al, editors: The 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult. Williams & Wilkins, 1999.
  36. Nelson BS, Heischober B: Betelnut - A common drug used by naturalized citizens from India, Far East Asia and the South Pacific. Annals of Emergency Medicine 1999; 34:238-243.
  37. Richmond M, Green SM: "Cutaneous tinea infections", chapter in Rosen P, Barkin RM, Hayden SR, et al, editors: The 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult. Williams & Wilkins, 1999.
  38. Richmond M, Green SM: "Herpes simplex infections", chapter in Rosen P, Barkin RM, Hayden SR, et al, editors: The 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult. Williams & Wilkins, 1999.
  39. Richmond M, Green SM: "Herpes zoster infections", chapter in Rosen P, Barkin RM, Hayden SR, et al, editors: The 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult. Williams & Wilkins, 1999.
  40. Richmond M, Green SM: "Varicella infections", chapter in Rosen P, Barkin RM, Hayden SR, et al, editors: The 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult. Williams & Wilkins, 1999.
  41. Rothrock SG (Editor), Green SM (Associate Editor): Tarascon Adult Emergency Pocketbook, 1st edition, Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 1999.
  42. Rothrock SG (Editor), Green SM (Associate Editor): Tarascon Pediatric Emergency Pocketbook, 3rd edition. Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 1999.
  43. Talan DA, and the Emergency Medicine Animal Bite Infection Study Group (includes Green SM): Bacteriologic analysis of infected dog and cat bites. New England Journal of Medicine. 1999; 340:85-92.
  44. Thomas TL, Clem KJ: Emergency Medical Services in China. Acad Emerg Med 1999; 6:150-155.
  45. Thomas TL, Nelson BS: International emergency medicine resident rotation. [Abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 1999; 6:488.
  46. VanRooyen MJ, Thomas TL, Clem KJ: International Emergency Medical Services: Assessment of Developing Prehospital Systems Abroad. Journal of Emergency Medicine 1999; 17:691-696.
  47. Gill MR, Jackimczyk KC: "Suicide Risk". In: The 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult. Rosen P, Barkin R, Hayden SR, et al (eds.); Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1999.
  48. BUSH SP: Updates in treatment of rattlesnake envenomations. Lifeline: a newsletter and forum for the emergency physicians in California 1999; November: p 2.
  49. Mallon W and Brown L: Fournier's Gangrene. In Rosen P, Barkin RM, Hayden SR, et al (eds). The 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Publishers 1999: 428-9.

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1998

  1. Nguyen HB, Rivers EP, Bilkovski R, Knoblich B, Gunnerson K, Dereczyk B, Ward K, Hays G, Tomlanovich MC. An evaluation of central venous oxygen saturation/lactic acid ratios and survival in shock. Ann Emerg Med 1998;32(3):S16.
  2. Rivers EP, Doyle D, Nguyen HB, Dereczyk B, Hays G, Knoblich B, Ressler J, Nisenbaum R, Kagiri RP, Randall K, Cuenca M, Loomis J, Ward K, Tomlanovich MC. Physiologic assessment of the critically ill: An outcome evaluation of emergency department intervention. Acad Emerg Med 1998;5(5):530.
  3. Brown E, Nelson BS: Bush thoracotomy in New Guinea. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 1998; 16:717-9
  4. Bush SP, Gerardo C: "Scorpion envenomation," chapter in Adler J, Plantz SH et al, editors: Emergency Medicine: An Emedicine Online Text Book. Boston Medical Publishing Corp, Boston, Massachusetts, 1998.
  5. Bush SP: "Snake envenomation, Moccasin," chapter in Adler J, Plantz SH et al, editors: Emergency Medicine: An Emedicine Online Text Book. Boston Medical Publishing Corp, Boston, Massachusetts, 1998.
  6. Bush SP: "Snake envenomation, Mojave rattle," chapter in Adler J, Plantz SH et al, editors: Emergency Medicine: An Emedicine Online Text Book. Boston Medical Publishing Corp, Boston, Massachusetts, 1998.
  7. Bush SP: "Snake envenomation, Rattle," chapter in Adler J, Plantz SH et al, editors: Emergency Medicine: An Emedicine Online Text Book. Boston Medical Publishing Corp, Boston, Massachusetts, 1998.
  8. Bush SP: "Spider envenomation, widow," chapter in Adler J, Plantz SH et al, editors: Emergency Medicine: An Emedicine Online Text Book. Boston Medical Publishing Corp, Boston, Massachusetts, 1998.
  9. Bush SP: Brown recluse spider (photograph). The Physician and Sportsmedicine 1998;26:52.
  10. Chen D, Clem KJ, Corbett SW: Treatment of schizophrenia in a third-world setting. [Abstract] J Emerg Med 1998; 16:805.
  11. Clem KJ, Thomas TL, Wang Y, Bradley D: United States physician assistance in the development of emergency medicine in Hangzhou, China. Annals of Emergency Medicine 1998; 32:86-92.
  12. Clem KJ, Thomas TL: Emergency medicine in the People's Republic of China. [Abstract] J Emerg Med 1998; 16:808.
  13. Clem KJ, Thomas TL: Medical care in Honduras and the Bay Islands. [Abstract] J Emerg Med 1998; 16:808.
  14. Corbett SW, Andrews HG, Baker EM, Jones W: Emergency department evaluation of the pediatric trauma patient by ultrasonography. [abstract] Annals of Emergency Medicine 1998; 32:S4.
  15. Corbett SW, Grange JT, Thomas TL: Exposure of prehospital care providers to violence. Prehospital Emergency Care 1998; 2:127-131.
  16. Fisher BA. Serf or Citizen: Physician Status and Organization Structure. Physician Executive Journal. 1998. 24(4):45-51.
  17. Fisher BA: The emergency department and managed care: A synergistic model. Journal of Healthcare Management 1998: 43:339-355.
  18. Green SM, Rothrock SG, Harris T, Hopkins A, Garrett W, Sherwin T: Intravenous Ketamine for Pediatric Sedation in the Emergency Department: Safety Profile With 156 Cases. Academic Emergency Medicine 1998; 5:971-976.
  19. Green SM, Rothrock SG, Harris T, Hopkins GA, Garrett W, Sherwin T: Intravenous ketamine for pediatric sedation in the ED: Safety and efficacy with 156 cases. [Abstract] J Emerg Med 1998; 16:826.
  20. Green SM, Rothrock SG, Ho JD, Gallant RD, Borger R, Thomas TL, Zimmerman GJ: Failure of adjunctive bicarbonate to improve outcome in severe pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis. Annals of Emergency Medicine 1998; 31:41-48.
  21. Green SM, Rothrock SG, Lynch EL, Ho M, Harris T, Hestdalen R, Garrett W, Hopkins A, Westcott K: Intramuscular ketamine for pediatric sedation in the emergency department: Safety profile with 1,022 cases. Annals of Emergency Medicine 1998; 31:688-697.
  22. Green SM: Editor-in-Chief, Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia. Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 1998.
  23. Hardy Sr. DL, Bush SP: Pressure/immobilization as first aid for venomous snakebite in the United States. Herpetological Review 1998;29:204-208.
  24. Lynch EL, Green SM, editors: First Aid Guide -- Immediate Care for Injured or Ill Patients. [monograph] American Medical Association, Chicago, Illinois, 1998.
  25. Nelson, BS, Heischober B: Betelnut: A common drug of abuse. [Abstract] J Emerg Med 1998 16(6) 808.
  26. Nguyen KL, Thomas TL: Pattern of Patient Presentation in Hanoi, Vietnam. [abstract]Journ Emerg Med 1998;16(6).
  27. Nguyen KL, Thomas TL: Symptom Duration of Emergency Department Patients in Hanoi, Vietnam. [abstract]Journ Emerg Med 1998;16(6).
  28. Rothrock SG, Green SM, Harper MB, Clark MC, McIlmail DP, Bachur R: Parenteral vs oral antibiotics in the prevention of serious bacterial infections in children with S pneumoniae occult bacteremia -- A meta-analysis. Academic Emergency Medicine 1998; 5:599-606.
  29. Rothrock SG, Green SM: Efficacy of oral antibiotics in preventing meningitis and serious bacterial infections in children with S. pneumoniae occult bacteremia. [letter] Academic Emergency Medicine 1998; 5:1230-1231.
  30. Thomas TL, Clem KC: Common Characteristics of Patients presenting to an Emergency Department in the People's Republic of China. [abstract]Journ Emerg Med 1998;16(6).
  31. Thomas TL, Clem KC: Development of a Hospital-based Ambulance in Hangzhou China. [abstract]Journ Emerg Med 1998;16(6).
  32. Wittlake WA: The emergency department and managed care: A synergistic model [Editorial]. Journal of Healthcare Management 1998; 43:355-357.
  33. Gill MR, Lovecchio F, Selden BS. Serotonin syndrome in a child after a single dose of Fluvoxamine. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 1998 Apr; 33(4): 457-460.

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1997

  1. Nguyen HB, Estacion M, Gargus JJ. Mutations causing achondroplasia and thanatophoric dysplasia alter bFGF induced calcium signals in human diploid fibroblasts. Hum Mol Gen 1997;6: 681-9.
  2. Anderson E, Fisher BA, et al. Factors Contributing Toward Emergency Department Utilization by Non-Emergency Patients. Business and Health Administration Association Conference Proceedings. March 1997.
  3. Bush SP, Thomas TL, Chin ES: Envenomations in Children. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports 1997; 2:1-12
  4. Bush SP: Anesthesia for Lionfish Envenomation. [Letter] Annals of Emergency Medicine 1997; 29:692.
  5. Corbett SW, O'Callaghan T: Detection of traumatic complications of cardiopulmonary resuscitation by ultrasound. Annals of Emergency Medicine 1997; 29:317-322.
  6. Corbett SW: Stingray bites. [letter] Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 1997; 8:178.
  7. Edginton S, Dunbar E, Rothrock SG, Green SM, Bandy, S, Falk JL: A comparison of early and late presenters with childhood appendicitis. [abstract] Pediatric Emergency Care 1997; 13:299.
  8. Edginton S, Dunbar E, Rothrock SG, Green SM, Bandy, S, Falk JL: A comparison of early and late presenters with childhood appendicitis. [abstract] Pediatrics 1997; 100:462.
  9. Farstad D, Thomas TL, Chow T, Bush SP, Stiegler P: Mojave rattlesnake envenomation in southern California: A review of suspected cases. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 1997;8:89-93.
  10. Fisher BA. The Emergency Department Under Managed Care: Exploring an Alternative Model. College Review ACMPE. 1997. 14(1):15-38.
  11. Grange JT, Corbett SW, Thomas TL: Violence in the Prehospital Setting: A Prospective analysis. [abstract] Ann Emerg Med 1997;30:395.
  12. Grange JT, Green SM, DeLong K, Downs W: Concert Medicine - Spectrum of injuries and medical complications encountered at 405 major musical events. [abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 1997; 4:460.
  13. Green SM, Rothrock SG, Ho JD, Gallant RD, Borger R, Thomas TL: Intravenous bicarbonate for severe pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis. [Abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 1997; 4:370.
  14. Green SM, Rothrock SG, Lynch EL, Ho M, Harris T, Hestdalen R, Garrett W, Hopkins A, Dunks K: Intramuscular Ketamine for Pediatric Procedural Sedation in the Emergency Department: Safety and Efficacy With 1,022 Cases. [Abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 1997; 4:364.
  15. Green SM, Rothrock SG: Transient apnea with intramuscular ketamine. [letter] American Journal of Emergency Medicine 1997; 15:440.
  16. Green SM, Wittlake WA: Meeting the guidelines and standards for pediatric sedation and analgesia. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports 1997; 2:67-78.
  17. Green SM: Editor-in-Chief, Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia. Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 1997.
  18. MacKenzie RG, Heischober BS: Methamphetamine. Pediatrics in Review 1997; 18:305-309.
  19. Mellick LB, Kim G: Management of Pediatric Trauma. [Book Review] Am J Emerg Med 1997; 15:205.
  20. Mellick LB, McClellan S: "Pediatric Emergency Department Environment", chapter in: Barkin RM: Pediatric Emergency Medicine - Concepts and Clinical Practice, Second edition. St Louis, Mosby, 1997.
  21. Rothrock SG, Buchanan C, Green SM, Bullard T, Falk JL, Langen M: Cranial computed tomography in the emergency evaluation of adult patients without a recent history of head trauma: A prospective analysis. Academic Emergency Medicine. 1997; 4:654-661.
  22. Rothrock SG, Green SM, McArthur CL, DelDuca K, Lynch EL, Dannenberg B: Detection of electrolyte abnormalities in children presenting to the ED: A multicenter prospective analysis. Academic Emergency Medicine. 1997; 4:1025-1031.
  23. Rothrock SG, Harper MB, Green SM, Clark MC, Bachur R, McIlmail DP, Giordano PA, Falk JL: Do oral antibiotics prevent meningitis and serious bacterial infections in children with Streptococcus pneumoniae occult bacteremia? - A meta-analysis. Pediatrics 1997; 99:438-444.
  24. Thomas TL, Corbett SW, Grange JT: Survey of the Experience of Emergency Medical Service Providers with Prehospital Violence. [abstract] Ann Emerg Med 1997;30:432.
  25. BUSH SP: Hyperbaric oxygen treatments' utility should be confirmed [letter]. Wilderness Medicine Letter 1997; 14(1): 12.
  26. Sudhir K, Ko E, Zellner C, Wong HE, Hutchison SJ, Chou TM, Chatterjee K. Physiological concentrations of estradiol attenuate endothelin 1-induced coronary vasoconstriction in vivo. Circulation, 1997 Nov; 96 (10): 3626-32.
  27. Dennery PA, Sridhar KJ, Lee CS, Wong HE, Shokoohi V, Rodgers PA, Spitz DR. Heme oxygenase-mediated resistance to oxygen toxicity in hamster fibroblasts. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1997 Jun; 272(23): 14937-42.
  28. Nguyen HB, Estacion M, Gargus JJ. Mutations causing achondroplasia and thanatophoric dysplasia alter bFGF induced calcium signals in human diploid fibroblasts. Hum Mol Gen 1997;6: 681-9.

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1996

  1. Estacion M, Nguyen HB, Gargus JJ. Calcium is permeable through a maitotoxin-activated nonselective cation channel in mouse L-cells. Am J of Physio 1996;270:C1145-52.
  2. Gargus JJ, Estacion M, Nguyen HB. Novel biophysical technique to detect congenital disease: detection of inborn errors in FGF signaling. Amer J of Hum Gen 1996;59:A198.
  3. Nguyen HB, Estacion M, Gargus JJ. Mutations causing achondroplasia and thanatophoric dysplasia alter bFGF induced calcium signals. FASEB J. 1996;10:A421.
  4. Darvish N, Nguyen HB, Neale E, Russell JT. PACAP activates a novel non-selective cation channel in rat pineal cells. Soc for Neurosci 1996;22:1027.
  5. Bush SP, Naftel J: Injection of a whole black widow spider. [letter] Annals of Emergency Medicine 1996; 27:532-533.
  6. Chow TK: Spectrum of injuries from snowboarding. Journal of Trauma 1996; 41:321-325.
  7. Clem KJ, Green SM: Emergency medicine expeditions to the developing world: The Loma Linda University experience in Papua New Guinea. Academic Emergency Medicine 1996; 3:624-633.
  8. Clem KJ, Kim G, Mellick LB: Managing pediatric environmental injuries: Hypothermia, frostbite, minor heat ilnesses, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports 1996; 1:95-104.
  9. Corbett SW: Asthma exacerbations during Santa Ana Winds in southern California. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 1996; 4:304-311.
  10. Fisher BA. Capitation for Emergency Physicians [Letter]. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 1996. 28(3):374-75.
  11. Fisher BA. Flexibility in the Fixed Cost Emergency Department. Journal of Cost and Quality. 1996. 2(4):7-11.
  12. Fisher BA: Capitation for emergency physicians. [letter] Annals of Emergency Medicine 1996; 28:374-375.
  13. Green SM, Clem KJ, Rothrock SG: Ketamine safety profile in the developing world - Survey of practitioners. Academic Emergency Medicine 1996; 3:598-604.
  14. Green SM, Vowels J, Waterman B, Rothrock SG, Kuniyoshi G: Leukocytosis - A new look at an old marker for acute myocardial infarction. Academic Emergency Medicine 1996; 3:1034-1041.
  15. Green SM: Editor-in-Chief, Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia. Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 1996.
  16. Green SM: What is the role of diphenhydramine in local anesthesia? [Editorial] Academic Emergency Medicine 1996; 3:198-200.
  17. Kronisch RL, Chow TK, Simon LM, Wong PF: Acute injuries in off-road bicycle racing. Am J Sports Med 1996; 24:88-93.
  18. Kronisch RL, Pfeiffer RP, Chow TK: Acute injuries in cross-country and downhill off-road bicycle racing. Med Sci Sports Exerc 1996; 28:1351-1355.
  19. Mellick GA, Mellick LB: Management of restless leg syndrome with gabapentin. [letter] Sleep 1996; 19:224-226.
  20. Mellick LB: Pediatric code and resuscitation organization - Saving time, saving lives. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports 1996; 1:75-82.
  21. Neinstein LS, Heischober BS, Pinsky D: Marijuana, textbook chapter in Neinstein LS, editor: Adolescent Health Care - A Practical Guide, Third Edition. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1996.
  22. Neinstein LS, Heischober BS: Hallucinogens, textbook chapter in Neinstein LS, editor: Adolescent Health Care - A Practical Guide, Third Edition. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1996.
  23. Neinstein LS, Heischober BS: Miscellaneous drugs, textbook chapter in Neinstein LS, editor: Adolescent Health Care - A Practical Guide, Third Edition. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1996.
  24. Neinstein LS, Pinsky D, Heischober BS: Overview of drug use and abuse, textbook chapter in Neinstein LS, editor: Adolescent Health Care - A Practical Guide, Third Edition. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1996.
  25. Perkin RM, van Stralen D, Mellick LB: Managing pediatric airway emergencies: anatomic considerations, alternative airway and ventilation techniques, and current treatment options. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Reports. 1996;1:1-12.
  26. Robinson PF, Gausche M, Gerardi MJ, Kim JC, et al: Immunization of the pediatric patient in the emergency department. Annals of Emergency Medicine 1996; 28:334-341.
  27. Rothrock SG, Buchanan C, Bullard T, Falk JL, Green SM: Cranial CT in the emergency evaluation of patients without a recent history of head trauma: A prospective analysis. [abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 1996; 3:393.
  28. Rothrock SG, Green SM, Harper MB, McIlmail DP, et al: Parenteral vs oral antibiotics in the prevention of serious bacterial infections in children with streptococcus pneumoniae occult bacteremia: A meta-analysis. [abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 1996; 3:395-6.
  29. Rothrock SG, Green SM, McArthur CL, DelDuca K, Rudis S, Lynch E, et al: Detection of electrolyte abnormalities in children presenting to the ED: A multicenter prospective analysis. [abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 1996; 3:395.
  30. Talan DA, and the Emergency Medicine Animal Bite Infection Study Group (includes Green SM): Bacteriology of infected dog and cat bite wounds. [abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 1996; 3:536.
  31. BUSH SP: Snakebites and mountain bikes. Sketchy Trails Magazine 1996; 10: 14.
  32. Dennery PA, Wong HE, Sridhar KJ, Rodgers PA, Sim JE, Spitz DR. Differences in basal and hyperoxia-associated HO expression in oxidant-resistant hamster fibroblasts. Am J Physio, 1996 Oct; 271 (4 Pt 1): L672-9.
  33. Guldner GT, Morrell, MJ: Nocturnal penile tumescence and rigidity in men with epilepsy. Epilepsia 1996; 37:1211-1214.
  34. Morrell, MJ, Guldner GT: Self-reported sexual function and sexual arousability in women with epilepsy. Epilepsia 1996; 37:1204-1210.
  35. Estacion M, Nguyen HB, Gargus JJ. Calcium is permeable through a maitotoxin-activated nonselective cation channel in mouse L-cells. Am J of Physio 1996;270:C1145-52.

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1995

  1. Bush SP, Jansen PW: Severe rattlesnake envenomation with anaphylaxis and rhabdomyolysis. Annals of Emergency Medicine 1995; 25:845-848.
  2. Chinnock R, Sherwin T, Robie S, Baum M, Janner D, Mellick LB: Emergency department presentations of pediatric heart transplant patients. Pediatric Emergency Care 1995;11:355-360.
  3. Chow T, Corbett SW, Farstad DJ: Do conventional bicycle helmets provide adequate protection in mountain biking? Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 1995; 6:385-390.
  4. Clem KJ: The ECG in Emergency Decision Making. [Book review] American Journal of Emergency Medicine 1995; 13:237-238.
  5. Giordano PA, Rothrock SG, Green SM, Falk JL, McIlmail DP: Buffered versus plain diphenhydramine as a local anesthetic: A double-blind placebo-controlled study. [Abstract] Annals of Emergency Medicine 1995; 25:153-154.
  6. Green SM: Acute pharyngitis: The case for empiric antimicrobial therapy. [Editorial] Annals of Emergency Medicine 1995; 25:404-406.
  7. Green SM: Editor-in-Chief, Tarascon Pocket Pharmacopoeia. Tarascon Publishing, Loma Linda, California, 1995.
  8. Green SM: The safety of ketamine for emergency department pediatric sedation. [Letter] J Oral Maxiollofac Surg 1995; 53:1232.
  9. McArthur CL, Rooke C: Are spinal precautions indicated in all seizure patients? American Journal of Emergency Medicine 1995; 13:512-513.
  10. McArthur CL, Thomas M: Comparison of triage nurse versus emergency physician ordering of extremity radiographs. [Letter] American Journal of Emergency Medicine 1995; 13:248-250.
  11. Mellick GA, Mellick LB: Gabapentin in the management of reflex sympathetic dystrophy. [Letter] Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 1995; 10:265-6.
  12. Mellick GA, Mellick LB: Successful treatment of restless leg syndrome with gabapentin. Neurology 1995;45(suppl 4):285-286.
  13. Mellick LB, Mellick GA: Successful treatment of reflex sympathetic dystrophy with gabapentin. [Letter] American Journal of Emergency Medicine 1995; 13:96.
  14. Mellick LB: Accidents & Emergencies. [Book review] Annals of Emergency Medicine 1995; 26:116.
  15. Nelson BS, Heiskell LE, Cemaj S, O'Callaghan TA, Koller CE: Traumatically injured Jehovah's Witnesses - A sixteen-year experience of treatment and transfusion dilemmas at a level 1 trauma center. Journal of Trauma 1995; 39:681-685.
  16. Rothrock SG, Green SM, Clark M, et al: Do oral antibiotics prevent meningitis in children with occult pneumococcal bacteremia? [abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 1995; 2:360.
  17. Rothrock SG, Green SM, Dobson M, Colucciello SA, Simmons CM: Misdiagnosis of appendicitis in non-pregnant women of childbearing age. Journal of Emergency Medicine 1995; 13:1-8.
  18. Rothrock SG, Green SM: Fever response to acetaminophen. [letter] American Journal of Emergency Medicine 1995; 13:98-99.
  19. Rothrock SG, Green SM: The febrile child: Assessment, risk reduction, and general principles of emergency management, Part 1. Emergency Medicine Reports 1995; 16: 183-192.
  20. Rothrock SG, Green SM: The febrile child: Assessment, risk reduction, and general principles of emergency management, Part 2. Emergency Medicine Reports 1995; 16: 193-200.
  21. Scott VR, Rothrock SG, Parrish G, Falk JL, Green SM, MacArthur S: Plain abdominal radiography in the detection of major disease in the elderly? [abstract] Academic Emergency Medicine 1995; 2:374.
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1994

  1. Nguyen HB, Estacion M, Gargus JJ. PDGF-stimulated intracellular calcium signals in single mouse L-cells. Mol Cell Bio 1994;5:258a.

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1993

  1. Nguyen HB, Evans WJ. Olfactory evoked potentials in normal human subjects. J Undergraduate Res Bio Sci 1993;23:737-48.

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1992

  1. Evans WJ, DeFonseka S, Nguyen HB, Starr A. Olfactory evoked potentials in rats and humans. NIH Symposium on Olfactory Event-related Potentials, 14th Annual Meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences 1992.
  2. Evans WJ, Nguyen HB, Starr A. Olfactory evoked potentials in normal human subjects. Amer EEG Soc Annual Meeting 1992.

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