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  1. BUSH SP: Snakebite suction devices don't remove venom?they just suck [editorial]. Accepted for February 2004 publication in Annals of Emergency Medicine
  2. Vetter RS, BUSH SP: Additional considerations in presumptive brown recluse spider bites and dapsone therapy. [letter] Accepted for January 2004 publication in The American Journal of Emergency Medicine.
  3. Lynch L, Thomas T. Pediatric considerations in chemical exposures?are we prepared? Accepted to Pediatric Emergency Care
  4. Lavonas EJ, Gerardo CJ, O'Malley G, Arnold TC, BUSH SP, Banner W, Steffens M, Kerns WP: Initial Experience with Crotaline Fab Antivenom in the Treatment of Copperhead Snakebite. Accepted for publication in Annals of Emergency Medicine.
  5. Brown L: Yo Yo Injuries (accepted Pediatr Emerg Care)
  6. Brown L, Denmark TK, Wittlake WA, Vargas EJ, Watson T, Crabb JW: Procedural sedation use in the emergency department management of pediatric ear and nose foreign bodies (accepted Am J Emerg Med)
  7. Nguyen HB, Rivers EP, Knoblich B, Jacobson G, Muzzin AM, Ressler J, Tomlanovich MC. Early lactate clearance prognosticates multi-organ system failure and mortality in severe sepsis and septic shock. Crit Care Med 2003; Submitted.
  8. Thomas T: Travelers' Diarrhea. Topics in Emergency Medicine. Anticipated 2003 publication date.
  9. Cooper H, Thomas TL: Ruptured Globe as a Result of Airbag Deployment: A Case Presentation. Am J Emerg Med Anticipated 2003 publication.
  10. 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)(accepted - American Journal of Emergency Medicine)
  11. Brown L, Green SM: Difficulty breathing in children. In Clinical Emergency Medicine: Guide for Practitioners in the Emergency Department. Mahadevan SV and Garmel GM (eds) (invited book chapter that has already been submitted)
  12. Gill M, Reiley D, Green S: Interrater reliability of Glasgow Coma Scale scores in the emergency department. Accepted for publication in Annals of Emergency Medicine.
  13. Gill M. Media Review: Saunders Critical Care Manual. In press Academic Emergency Medicine.
  14. Gill MR: "Suicide Risk". In: The 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 2nd edition. Rosen P, Barkin R, Hayden SR, et al (eds.); Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 2nd edition, in press 2003
  15. Michelle Gill, MD, Korbin Haycock, MD, Steven M. Green, MD and Baruch Krauss, MD, EdM. Can the Bispectral Index Monitor the Sedation Adequacy of Intubated Emergency Department Adults? (accepted ? American Journal of Emergency Medicine).
  16. Green SM, Krauss B: Procedural sedation and analgesia, chapter in Roberts JR, Hedges JR, editors: Clinical Procedures in Emergency Medicine, 4th edition. Philadelphia, WB Saunders Company, 2003. Accepted for publication.
  17. Grange JT. (2002). Spectator Care at Mass Gatherings. In Aaron Rubin (Ed.), Sports Medicine, A Handbook. New York, McGraw-Hill. (accepted for publication)
  18. Guldner GT, Leinen AL. Legal Issues in Emergency Medicine. In, SV Mahadevan (Ed.), Clinical Emergency Medicine: A Guide for All Practitioners. Anticipated publication date 2003. Cambridge University Press.
  19. Grange JT. (2002). Motorsports Medicine. In Aaron Rubin (Ed.), Sports Medicine, A Handbook. New York, McGraw-Hill. (accepted for publication)
  20. Bush SP. Why no antivenom? [letter]. Accepted to Annals of Emergency
  21. Green G, Modi S, Lunney K, and Thomas T: Generic Evaluation Methods for Disaster Drill (Accepted for Publication Annals of Emergency Medicine).
  22. Lavonas EJ, Gerardo CJ, O'Malley G, Arnold TC, Bush SP, Banner W, Steffens M,Kerns WP: Initial Experience with Crotaline Fab Antivenom in the Treatment of Copperhead Snakebite (Accepted to Annals of Emergency Medicine).
  23. Grange JT, Bock H, Davis S: Motorsports EMS - An Evolving Subspecialty. Journal of Emergency Medical Services.
  24. Grange JT, Corbett S: On-road vs. Off-road motorcycle injuries. Journal of Trauma.
  25. Reiley D, Guldner G, Leinen A. "You are commanded to appear:" The Subpoena and the Emergency Medicine Resident. Accepted to Annals of Emergency Medicine 2003.
  26. Vetter RS, BUSH SP: Additional considerations in presumptive brown recluse spider bites and dapsone therapy. [letter] Accepted to The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 2003.
  27. Lynch EL: Aortic Injuries, chapter in Rosen P, Barkin RM, Hayden SR, et al, editors: The 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult. Williams and Wilkins (submitted 1/2002).
  28. Brown L, Tomasi A, Salcedo G. An attractive approach to magnets adherent across the nasal septum. (accepted Can J Emerg Med)
  29. Brown L, Denmark TK, Wittlake WA, Vargas EJ, Watson T, Crabb JW: Procedural sedation use in the emergency department management of pediatric ear and nose foreign bodies (accepted Am J Emerg Med)
  30. Denmark TK, Brown L: Inborn errors of metabolism: An emergency department approach (accepted Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine)
  31. Brown L, Moynihan J, Denmark TK: Blunt pediatric head trauma requiring neurosurgical intervention: How subtle can it be? (accepted Am J Emerg Med)
  32. Brown L: Pediatric Exanthems. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine 2nd edition. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers (expected publication in 2003)
  33. Brown L: Pediatric Exanthems. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Manual of Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers (expected publication in 2003)
  34. Brown L: Fluid and electrolyte disorders in children. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine 2nd edition. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers (expected publication in 2003)
  35. Brown L: Fluid and electrolyte disorders in children. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Manual of Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers (expected publication in 2003)
  36. Brown L: Pneumonia in children. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine 2nd edition. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers (expected publication in 2003)
  37. Brown L: Pneumonia in children. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Manual of Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers (expected publication in 2003)
  38. Brown L: Pediatric urinary tract infections. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine 2nd edition. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers (expected publication in 2003)
  39. Brown L: Pediatric urinary tract infections. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Manual of Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers (expected publication in 2003)
  40. Brown L: Common neonatal problems. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine 2nd edition. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers (expected publication in 2003)
  41. Brown L: Common neonatal problems. In Cline DM, Ma OJ, Tintinalli JE, et al (eds). Manual of Emergency Medicine. New York, McGraw Hill Publishers (expected publication in 2003)
  42. Cooper H, and Thomas TL: Ruptured Globe as a Result of Airbag Deployment: A Case Presentation. Am Journ Emerg Med Anticipated 2003 publication.
  43. Nguyen HB, Rivers EP, Knoblich B, Jacobson G, Muzzin AM, Ressler J, Tomlanovich MC. Early lactate clearance prognosticates multi-organ system failure and mortality in severe sepsis and septic shock. Crit Care Med 2003; Submitted.