Research & Scholarly Activity

NewYork-Presbyterian Queens Residencies & Fellowships

Emergency Medicine

Research Bibliography

Here is a compilation of some of the research projects, presentations, and publications the faculty and residents at the New York Presbyterian Queens Department of Emergency Medicine have been involved with.

  1.  Anita Lui, DO Richard Shin MD, Michael Chary M.D, Anika Nichlany MD, Kallie Combs, MD, David Simon, MD. Sustained Effect of High-Fidelity Low-Cost Lateral Canthotomy Model on Resident Comfort. In: Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH), Oral 2020

  2. Anika Nichlany MD, Richard Shin MD, Anita Lui, DO, Kallie Combs MD.  Mindfulness Improves Performance in Simulations of High-Stress Scenarios. In: Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH), Poster 2020

  3. Chary, M., Parikh, S., Manini, A. F., Boyer, E. W., & Radeos, M. (2019). A Review of Natural Language Processing in Medical Education. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 20(1), 78.

  4. Luke Fey MD, Michael Chary, MD PhD, Manish Sharma D.O MBA.  Instantaneous Disposition in Preparation for a Mass Casualty Incident In: Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM), Oral 2019

  5. Luke Fey MD, Michael Chary, MD PhD, Manish Sharma D.O MBA.  Instantaneous Disposition in Preparation for a Mass Casualty Incident In: New York College of Emergency Physicians (NYACEP), Poster 2019

  6. Anita Lui, DO, Bojen Chiou M.D, Michael Chary M.D, Richard Shin M. Sustained Effect of High-Fidelity Low-Cost Lateral Canthotomy Model on Resident Comfort. In: New York College of Emergency Physicians (NYACEP), Poster 2019

  7. Emily Au MD, Michael Chary MD PhD, Sara Verma PA, Nameka Khan MD, Zuhair Ali MD, Jonathan Siegal MD Comparing Video and Audio Interpretation Services in the Modern Emergency Health Care Setting In: New York College of Emergency Physicians (NYACEP), Poster 2019

  8. Mitchell Melikhov-Sosin, Michael Chary MD PhD. Do Residents Consider Some Opioids more Potent than Others? In: New York College of Emergency Physicians (NYACEP), Poster 2019

  9. Musa Mutaz MD, Zuhair Ali MD, Nameka Khan MD, Brandon Stein MD Does a Second CBC Change Disposition in Presumed Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2019

  10. Sheetal Sheth M.D., Brandon Stein M.D, Marion-Vincent Mempin M.D, Michael Chary M.D,PhD . Assessing Competency in Electrocardiogram Interpretation in Senior Emergency Medicine Residents: a 2-step immersive approach In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2019

  11. Emily Au MD, Michael Chary MD PhD, Sara Verma PA, Nameka Khan MD, Zuhair Ali MD, Jonathan Siegal MD Comparing Video and Audio Interpretation Services in the Modern Emergency Health Care Setting In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Oral 2019

  12. Brittany Semion M.D, Pierson Ebrom D.O, Michael Chary M.D. PhD, Jose Torres M.D Does One-View Pelvic Radiography Identify Clinically Significant Pathology in Low-Risk Geriatric Trauma? In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2019

  13. Luke Fey MD, Michael Chary, MD PhD, Manish Sharma D.O MBA.  Instantaneous Disposition in Preparation for a Mass Casualty Incident.  In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Oral 2019

  14. Christine Sutu, MD., Michael Chary, M.D. Ph.D, Zuhair Ali, M.D., Nameka Khan, M.D., Richard Shin, M.D, Jose D. Torres, M.D. Validation of NEXUS Criteria in Elderly Patients  In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2019

  15. Sumir Shah, MD.  Secondhand smoke still a problem for Americans.  ABC News (2019)

  16. Sumir Shah, MD.  CBD is the latest wellness trend, but does it work. ABC News (2019)

  17. Sumir Shah, MD. In a medical first, baby born from a deceased donor uterus transplant. ABC News (2019)

  18. Sumir Shah, MD. Blood pressure medication recall: What you need to know.  ABC News (2019)

  19. Sumir Shah, MD. Obstructive sleep apnea linked to heart disease, especially in women. ABC News (2019)

  20. Sumir Shah, MD. Genetically edited babies – scientific advancement or playing God? ABC News (2019)

  21.     Sumir Shah, MD. PTSD treatment? When exposure therapy isn’t an option, imagining the scenario might help. ABC News (2019)

  22.     Sumir Shah, MD. New experimental drug offers hope for those with peanut allergies. ABC News (2019)

  23.     Sumir Shah, MD. Pancreatic cancer, a silent killer? ABC News (2019)

  24.     Lui, A., Chary, M., & Yoneda, N. (2018). Tracking Resident Cognitive Maturation with Natural Language Processing. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine: Integrating Emergency Care with Population Health, 19, 4-1.

  25.     Shin, R., & Nichlany, A. (2018). The Effects of Stress Inoculation Training in a High Stress Simulated Medical Environment. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine: Integrating Emergency Care with Population Health, 19(4.1).

  26.     KeriAnne Brady, MD. (2018). Acute Gastroenteritis.  Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice.

  27.     Richard D. Shin, Hassan Aboudan. Delirium, Dementia and Amnesia in Emergency Medicine. Medscape (2018)

  28.     Michael Chary M.D., Anita Lui M.D., Saumil Parikh M.D. Tracking Resident Cognitive Maturation with Natural Language Processing In: Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine (CORD). Oral 2018

  29.     Shin, R., & Nichlany, A. (2018). The Effects of Stress Inoculation Training in a High Stress Simulated Medical Environment.  In: Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine (CORD). Poster 2018

  30.     Michael Chary M.D., Dong Kim M.D., Kaylyn Guthrie, Nao Yoneda M.D., Nameka Khan M.D., Sassan Naderi M.D. Isolated Bandemia May Not Predict Return Visit, or Mortality in a Patient Presenting with Nausea, Vomiting, and Diarrhea In: Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM).  Poster 2018

  31.     Bojen Chiou M.D, Michael Chary M.D, Anika Nichlany M.D, Zuhair Ali M.D, Nameka Khan M.D, Richard Shin M.DA Low Cost and Effective Simulation Model for Lateral Canthotomy In: Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM).  Poster 2018

  32.     Umer Khan_MD, Michael Chary_MD, Michael Chuang MD EKG Competency in Emergency Medicine Residents.  In Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM). Oral 2018

  33.     Sheetal J Sheth, DO, Marion-Vincent Mempin, MD. Initiation of a Code Sepsis: Benefits and Challenges In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Oral 2018

  34.     Umer Khan_MD, Michael Chary_MD, Michael Chuang MD EKG Competency in Emergency Medicine Residents In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Oral 2018

  35.     Jerry Frenkel MD, Poonam Desai DO Emergency Medical Education and Social Media; Determining whether current residents learn better from Instagram or E-mail education In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2018

  36.     Anita Lui DO, Marion-Vincent Mempin MD, SMA Syndrome- Case Report In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2018

  37.     Michael Chary M.D, Anita Lui M.D, Zuhair Ali M.D, Nameka Khan M.D, Poonam Desai D.O Discrepancy between Ultrasound and CT Measurement of Common Bile Duct Diameter In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2018

  38.     Bojen Chiou M.D, Michael Chary M.D, Anika Nichlany M.D, Zuhair Ali M.D, Nameka Khan M.D, Richard Shin M.DA Low Cost and Effective Simulation Model for Lateral Canthotomy In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2018

  39.     Michael Chary M.D., Dong Kim M.D., Kaylyn Guthrie, Nao Yoneda M.D., Nameka Khan M.D., Sassan Naderi M.D. Isolated Bandemia May Not Predict Return Visit, or Mortality in a Patient Presenting with Nausea, Vomiting, and Diarrhea In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2018

  40.     Michael Chary M.D., Anita Lui M.D., Saumil Parikh M.D. Tracking Resident Cognitive Maturation with Natural Language Processing In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2018

  41.     Kallie Combs PGY-2Perimortem Cesarean Section Simulation In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2018

  42.     Kosteli, MD, PhD, S. Parikh MD, M. Sharma DO, S. Beri MD, M. Chary, MD, PhD, Z. Ali MD, A. Melchert MS, RPH, N. Khan, MD, A. Adial, MD, J. Torres, MD “The effect of iv vitamin C administration on vasopressor use in septic shock patients” In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2018

  43.     Chary, M., Genes, N., Giraud-Carrier, C., Hanson, C., Nelson, L. S., & Manini, A. F. (2017). Epidemiology from tweets: estimating misuse of prescription opioids in the USA from social media. Journal of Medical Toxicology, 13(4), 278-286.

  44.     LeBaron, J., Ron, V., Chary, M., & Siegal, J. (2017). 225 Does Telepsychiatry Help Disposition Psychiatric Patients Faster?  Annals of Emergency Medicine, 70(4), S90.

  45.     Desai, P., Vortsman, E., Shaukat, N., & Chary, R. M. (2017). Case Studies in Toxicology: Always Cook Your Boba A 45-year-old man with an unremarkable medical history presented with right-sided facial spasm and cheek swelling. Emergency Medicine, 49(10), 462-464.

  46.     Chiang, C., Siegal, J., Sckell, B. M., Pugh, S., Leung, W. L., & Bunim, A. L. (2017). Prevalence of HBV, HCV and HIV in ED and Ambulatory Clinic of a New York City Urban Hospital. Gastroenterology, 152(5), S1083-S1084

  47.     Desai P, Moonian A, Lui A, Khan N, Shaukat N, Siegal J, Radeos M. Discrepancy Between Ultrasound and CT Scan of CBD measurement In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2017.

  48.     Desai P, Chimanji N, Leonard R, Khan N. Assessing the effect of volunteers working as Physician Liaison on patient.  In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2017.

  49.     Lebaron J, Leonard R. Septic Shock without hyperlactatemia.  In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Case Report 2017.

  50.     Desai P, Shaukat N, Vortsman E, Chary  M. Two Cases of Acute Taro Poisoning Presenting to the Emergency Department In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2017.

  51.     Ron V, Chary M, Siegal J, LeBaron J. Does Telepsychiatry Help Disposition Psychiatric Patients Faster?  In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Oral 2017.

  52.     Sheth S, LeBaron J. Improving Resident Documentation in the Emergency Department: an Analysis and Intervention In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2017.

  53.     Lui A, Haber J, Chary M, Parikh S. Assessment of Library Usage of Residents and Fellows. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2017.

  54.     Smith C, Kaur R, Chary M, LeBaron J. Effectiveness of Limited Trauma Team Activation in the Treatment of Geriatric Trauma Patients In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Oral 2017.

  55.     Chary M, Hines A , Patel A, Chiang C, Sckell B, Siegal J, Pugh S , Leung W, Bunim A , Chang M. Prevalence of HBV, HCV and HIV in the ED and Ambulatory Clinic of a New York City Urban Hospital In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2017.

  56.     Rockoff B, Misch D, Desai P, Sharma M. Transesophageal Echocardiography Compared to Transthoracic Echocardiography during Cardiopulmonary Arrest in the Emergency Department; a Prospective, Non- randomized, Self-controlled trial. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2017.

  57.     Kosteli  A, Torres J. Evaluation of positive pressure nasal ventilation in the Emergency Department setting- Case series In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Case Report 2017.

  58.     Dickason R, Ourian A, Kaldis V, Triantos G, Ali Z, Torres J, Jazarevic S, Sample J, Zimmermann ME, Radeos MS.  Risk Factors for Undertriage of Serious Trauma in Patients Aged 65 and Older Presenting to the Emergency Department.  Academic Emergency Medicine 23 (2016): S112-S113.

  59.     Parikh, S., & Radeos, M. (2016). Implementation of a Three-Pronged Strategy Improves Resident Performance on the In-Training Exam. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine: Integrating Emergency Care with Population Health, 17(4.1).

  60.     Chary M, Parikh S, Radeos M. Do you mix Xanax and phenethylamines? Inferring the epidemiology of polysubstance abuse from social media. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Oral Presentation 2016.

  61.     Kleinerman R, Selby S, Parikh S, Radeos M. A Novel Email Method for Emergency Medicine End-of-Shift Evaluations. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Oral Presentation 2016.

  62.     Vorstman E, Torres J, Zuhair Ali Z, Radeos M. Assessing the success rate of various intubation techniques using the Glide scope in multiple clinical scenarios in a simulation lab. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2016.

  63.     Tsikrika M, Scro M, Matemavi P, Sample J, Desai P,  Shaukat NM, Zimmerman ME, Sykes L, Ali Z, Radeos M. EP and Surgeon Knowledge of and Training in eFast Level I Trauma Center. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2016.

  64.     Parikh S, Mempin M. A Three-Pronged Strategy Improves Resident Performance on the In-Training Exam. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2016.

  65.     Desai P, Yuan J, Sharma M, Shaukat N. The Effect of Triage-Assist Provider on the Utilization of Ultrasonography in Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department with Abdominal Pain. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Presbyterian Queens, Flushing, NY; Poster 2016.

  66.     Garg N, Ali Z, Patel R, Khan N, Ryan G J.  To Study the Role of Pyuria In Diagnosis of Appendicitis In the Emergency Department.   Academic Emergency Medicine 22 (2015): S79

  67.     Chowdhury M, Ali Z, Latypov L, Khan N, Garg N.  Risk Stratification of Adult Patients Presenting to Emergency Department (ED) with Acute Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) exacerbation.  Academic Emergency Medicine 22 (2015): S381-S381.

  68.     Garg N, Tirmizi A, Ali Z, Lufulwabo A, Kaur P, Gupta S.  Determine the Usage of Imaging Modality in Management of Adult Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department (ED) with Foreign Body Sensation in the Throat/Neck.  Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2015 Oct (Vol. 66, Issue 4, Page S45)

  69.     Triantos GE, Kaldis V, Ali Z, Garcia M, Babovic M, Khin S, Radeos MS.  Unnecessary Computed Tomography Scans after Positive Ultrasound for the Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis in Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department.   Academic Emergency Medicine 22 (2015): S425.

  70.     Zaporteza K, Wright S, Ali Z, Garg N.  Admission Rates for Patients with Feeding Tube Malfunctions in the Emergency Department throughout the Week.   Academic Emergency Medicine 22 (2015): S299.

  71.     Tsikrika M, Scro M, Matemavi P, Sample J, Desai P, Shaukat NM, Zimmerman ME, Sykes L, Ali Z, Radeos MS.  EP and Surgeon knowledge of and training in eFast Level 1 Trauma Center. Academic Emergency Medicine 23 (2016): S275

  72.     Levy R, Pejcic N, Ali Z, Simcha P, Evangeline G, Gasperino J, August P.  Likelihood of Rapid Response Patients having Palliative Care Triggers. Critical Care Medicine 43(12) supplement 1:89, December 2015

  73.     Ying, B., Datta, A., Das, D., Corujo, O., Kapoor, M., Desai, P., Zheng, K., Brown, C., Ali, Z., Khan, N. and Radeos, M.S., 2014. Inter-rater Reliability Among Four Raters Scoring Emergency Medicine Residents In An Objective Structured Clinical Examination.  Academic Emergency Medicine 21 (2014): S222.

  74.     Chwa S, Pan C, Thakore K, Motiwala F, Ali Z, MS Radeos. Health and Aging Survey: Survey of Multiethnic Older Adults about Aging Concerns and Need for Geriatrics Service.   Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 62 (2014): S220-S221

  75.     Salazar L, Punzalan B, Corujo O, Fialkovich J, Chin S, Ali Z, Radeos M, Datta A.  Ultrasound Transducer Selection for Identification of B-lines in Patients with Shortness of Breath.  Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2014 Oct (Vol. 64, Issue 4, Page S53

  76.     Ngoc H, Garg N, Wong C, Ali Z, Patel R, MS Radeos, Suarez A. Characteristics of patients requiring AICD/PPM implantation during the hospital stay in patients without evidence of Ventricular Tachycardia(VT) on presentation to the Emergency Department.  Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2014 Oct (Vol. 64, Issue 4, Pages S136-S137)

  77.     Apterbach, W., LeBaron, J., & Apterbach, G. (2014). 288 Evaluation of Syncope in a Dedicated Observation Unit. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 64(4), S102.

  78.     Radeos MS, Kaldis V, Ali Z, Torres J, Jazarevic S, Sample J, Zimmermann ME, Ourian A, Dickason R. (2014, November 21. Pg.72). Improving Pre-Hospital and Trauma Team Activation for Injured Older Adults Age 65 Years or Older Presenting to the Emergency Department.  New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System Quality Review Special Issue Symposium 2014.

  79.     Radeos MS, Kaldis V, Ali Z, Triantos GE, Babovic M, Khin S. (2014, November 21. Pg.75). Reducing the Use of Computed Tomography Scans for the Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis by Using Ultrasound as the Sole Diagnostic Study.  New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System System Quality Review Special Issue Symposium 2014.

  80.     Copeli N, Zimmerman ME, Sharma M, Ali Z, Radeos MS, Kindschuh M, Sample J, Khan N, Garg N. (2014, November 21. Pg.91). Measures Taken To Improve The Rate of Documentation of Sonographic FAST Exams Performed in Blunt Trauma Presentations New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System System Quality Review Special Issue Symposium 2014.

  81.     Levy R, Gasperino J, Radeos MS, Ali Z, Sun A, Garg N.  (2014, November 21. Pg.102). Analysis of Low Intensity ICU Staffing Model at NYHQ.  New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System System Quality Review Special Issue Symposium 2014.

  82.     Wasserman, A., Rohra, A., Zhen, K., Radeos, M., & Ali, Z. (2013). 126 Adequacy of Traditional Verbal Informed Consent versus Patient-Directed Standardized Written Consent. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 62(4).

  83.     Chou S, Ali Z, Rauhila K, Radeos MS. Factors Associated with In-Hospital Mortality Among Patients who Present to the Emergency Department with Prehospital Hypotension. Academic Emergency Medicine 20 (2013): S272.Cited in PubMed; PMID: 23895627

  84.     Zheng K, Kanwar R, Ali Z, Radeos MS. Factors Associated with Positive Catheterization Among Patients who Present to the Emergency Department with Prehospital ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction Notification. Academic Emergency Medicine 20 (2013): S269. Cited in PubMed; PMID: 23895627.

  85.     Lema P, Radeos M, Kovach C, Corujo O, Ali Z, Franklin J, Ladkany D, Lester T, Romney M, Datta A. Multicenter Analysis of Factors Associated with Delayed Analgesia and Response to Pain Medication in Pediatric Renal Colic Patients. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2013 Oct (Vol. 62, Issue 4, Pages S10-S11)

  86.     Garg N, MS Radeos, Ali Z , Wong C, Ngoc H, Suarez A. Identification of Characteristics of Adults Patients in the Emergency  Department who develop Ventricular Tachycardia or Ventricular Fibrillation during hospital stay. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2013 Oct (Vol. 62, Issue 4, Pages S112-S113)

  87.     A. Wasserman, A. Rohra, Zhen K, Radeos MS, Ali Z,. Adequacy of Traditional Verbal Informed Consent versus Patient-Directed Standardized Written Consent. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2013 Oct (Vol. 62, Issue 4, Pages S48-S49)

  88.     Ryan JG, Barlas D. The relationship between faculty performance assessment and results on the in-training examination for residents in an emergency medicine training program. J Grad Med Ed 2013; In Press.

  89.     Rohra A, McCarty M, Desai P, et al. Use of multimedia for resident education in aorta ultrasound. In: Lang Resident and Fellows Resaerch Day. New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, NY; 2013.

  90.     Corujo O, Romney M, Lema PC, et al. Use of a simulation model as an adjunct for transvaginal emergency ultrasound teaching and a novel evaluation tool to assess competency. In: Lang Resident and Fellows Resaerch Day. New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, NY; 2013.

  91.     Apterbach W, Datta A. Patient positioning during the eFAST: a case of missed pneumothorax. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Reserach Day. New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, NY; 2013.

  92.     Garg N, Gupta S. Barriers to breast cancer screening as preventive health measure among female patients presenting to the emergency department. In: Lang Resident and Fellows Research Day. New York Hopsital Queens, Flushing, NY; 2013.

  93.     Garg N, Gupta S. Barriers to electrocardiogram for cardiac health screenig as preventive health measure among adult patients presenting to the emergency department. In: Lang Resident and Fellows Research Day. New York Hopsital Queens, Flushing, NY; 2013.

  94.     Rohra A, McCarty M, Desai P, et al. Use of multimedia for resident education in aorta ultrasound. In: NY ACEP Scientific Assembly. Bolton Landing, NY; 2013.

  95.     Corujo O, Romney M, Lema PC, et al. Use of a simulation model as an adjunct for transvaginal emergency ultrasound teaching and a novel evaluation tool to assess competency. In: NY ACEP Scientific Assembly. Bolton Landing, NY; 2013.

  96.     Calvello E, Broccoli M, Risko N, et al. Emergency care and the health system: consensus-based recommendations and future research priorities. Acad Emerg Med 2013;In Press.

  97.     Datta A, Corujo O, Apterbach W, et al. Increased incidence of renal colic in the pediatric emergency department. In: American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine. New York, NY; 2013.

  98.     Corujo O, Romney M, Lema PC, et al. Simulation model as an adjunct method for transvaginal emergency ultrasound teaching. In: American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine. New York, NY; 2013.

  99.     Zheng K, Chin S-H, Radeos MS, Corujo O, Datta A. Emergency medicine attending credentialing in pelvic ulltrasound and its effect on length of stay in pregenant patients with pelvic pain or vaginal bleeding. In: St Luke's Annual Regional Ultrasound Symposium. St. Luke's Hospital, New York, NY; 2013.

  100. Chin S-H, Gupta S, Lemery J. The potability of and annalysis of sterilization techniques of fresh water sources bordering The flood plain of South Long Island, NY and Queens, NY. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA: Aced Emerg Med 2013:S142.

  101. Zheng K, Rauhila K, Sixsmith D, Ali Z, K. K, Radeos MS. Factors associated with positive catheterization among patients who present to the emergency department with prehospital ST-elevation myocardial infarction notification. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, NY; 2013.

  102. Chou S-C, Rauhila K, Sixsmith D, Ali Z, Radeos MS. Factors associated with in-hospital mortality among patients who present to the emergency department with prehospital hypotension. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA: Acad Emerg Med; 2013:S273.

  103. Zheng K, Rauhila K, Sixsmith D, Ali Z, Radeos MS. Factors associated with positive catheterization among patients who present to the Eemergency department with prehospital ST-elevation myocardial infarction notification. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA: Acad Emerg Med; 2013:S269.

  104. Waldron R, Slivka R. Effect of EMT Gender on Prehospital Patient Care,. In: NY ACEP Scientific Assembly. Bolton Landing, NY; 2013.

  105. Bharati A, Datta A, Gupta S, Garg N, Ryan JG, Lema PC. Resident education in ultrasound - improving identification of basic cardiac anatomy and pathology after a multimedia tutorial. In: New York ACEP Scientific Assembly. Bolton Landing, NY; 2012.

  106. Bharati A, Lema PC, Datta A, Bluvas P, Gupta S, Ryan JG. Resident education in ultrasound - improving identificiation of abdominal anatomy and pathology after a multimedia tutorial. In: New York ACEP Scientific Assembly. Bolton Landing, NY; 2012.

  107. Datta A, Corujo O, Apterbach W, et al. Renal colic in pediatric emergency medicine. In: New York ACEP Scientific Assembly. Bolton, Landing, NY; 2012.

  108. Landgrebe M, Kindschuh M, Pan CX. Early palliative care consultation in the emergency department, an observational study. In: New York ACEP Scientific Assembly. Bolton Landing, NY; 2012.

  109. Garg, N., Suarez, A., Ali, Z., Gupta, S.. (2012, November 9. Pg.50). Efforts to Improve Insufficient Clinician Documentation of Significant Electrocardiographic Findings in Adults Presenting to the Emergency Department with Dysrhythmias and/or Conduction Disorders.  New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System Quality Symposium 2012.

  110. Garg N, Gupta S. Barriers to osteoporosis screening as preventive health measure among elderly female patients presenting to the emergency department. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, NY; 2012.

  111. Bharati A, Datta A, Gupta S, Lema PC, Ryan JG. Resident education in ultrasonography: assessment of identification of basic cardiac anatomy and pathology after a multimedia tutorial. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Resaerch Day. New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, NY; 2012.

  112. Datta A, Bharati A, Bluvas P, et al. Resident education in ultrasonography - asynchronous learning for basic cardiac anatomy and pathology. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Resaerch Day. New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, NY; 2012.

  113. Datta A, Corujo O, Apterbach W, et al. Increased incidence of renal colic in the pediatric emergency department. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Resaerch Day. New York Hospital Queens, New York, NY; 2012.

  114. Datta A, Salazar L, Das D, et al. The use of objective structured clinical examination to assess competency in emergency ultrasound. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Resaerch Day. New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, NY; 2012.

  115. Garg N, Gupta S. Barriers to colorectal cancer screening as preventive health measure among adult patients presenting to the emergency department. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Hospital Queens, New York, NY; 2012.

  116. Landgrebe M, Kindschuh M, Pan CX. Early palliative care consultation in the emergency department: an observational study. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, NY; 2012.

  117. Suarez AE, Garg N, Velagapudi M, Adeoye SP, Sreeram R, Radeos MS. Concordance of emergency physician ECG interpretation of dysrhytmias and conduction disorders with that of cardiology interpretations. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Hospital Queens, New Yok, NY; 2012.

  118. Radeos MS, Kariolis I, Wasserman A, et al. Increased risk of hospital admission in patients 65 years and older presenting to the emergency department. In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Hospital Queens, New York, NY; 2012.

  119. Wasserman A, Ning L, Radeos MS. Informed consent among emergency medicine residents: are patients receiving proper disclosure? In: Lang Residents and Fellows Research Day. New York Hospital Queens, Flushing, NY; 2012.

  120. Garg N, Gupta S. Barriers to colorectal cancer screening as preventive health measure among adult patients presenting to the emergency department. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL: Acad Emerg Med; 2012:S68.

  121. Garg N, Gupta S. Barriers to osteoporosis screening as preventive health measure among elderly female patients presenting to the emergency department. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL: Acad Emerg Med; 2012:S292.

  122. Green JP, Berger TL, Garg N, et al. Hyperlactatemia affects the association of hyperglycemia with mortality in non-diabetic septic adults. In: SAEM Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL: Acad Emerg Med; 2012:S10.

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