Completed StudiesBelow are citations for some of the studies that have been completed with the help of Academic Associates in the past:
B.J. Derrick, J.W. Quaas, et al. (2011). "Head CT Utilization for Minor Head Injury: What Motivates Patients to Present to the Emergency Department for Evaluation, and Why Do Emergency Physicians Choose to Evaluate Them With CT?" Annals of emergency medicine 58(4): S248.
Newman, D. H. and I. Zhitomirsky (2006). "The prevalence of nontherapeutic and dangerous international normalized ratios among patients receiving warfarin in the emergency department." Annals of emergency medicine 48(2): 182-189, 189 e181.
Quaas, J., M. Lanigan, et al. (2009). "Utility of the digital rectal examination in the evaluation of undifferentiated abdominal pain." The American journal of emergency medicine 27(9): 1125-1129.
Shah, K., B. Kilian, et al. (2010). "Can urine dipstick predict an elevated serum creatinine?" The American journal of emergency medicine 28(5): 613-616.
Shah, K. H., E. Cavallo, et al. (2011). "Can we defer/omit a type and screen blood test for pregnant women who know their blood type?" The Journal of emergency medicine 41(2): 223-227.
Shah, K. H., B. Kwong, et al. (2011). "Difficulties with gum elastic bougie intubation in an academic emergency department." The Journal of emergency medicine 41(4): 429-434.
Shah, K. H., B. M. Kwong, et al. (2011). "Success of the gum elastic bougie as a rescue airway in the emergency department." The Journal of emergency medicine 40(1): 1-6.
Wirtz, D. D., C. Ortiz, et al. (2007). "Unrecognized misplacement of endotracheal tubes by ground prehospital providers." Prehospital emergency care : official journal of the National Association of EMS Physicians and the National Association of State EMS Directors 11(2): 213-218.
For additional information on these studies search PubMed