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  • Continuous Daily Utilization of Coronary CTA for Exclusion of CAD in ED Patients with Low Risk Chest Pain: A One-Year Experience 

    Singer, Adam J.; Domingo, Anna; Thode, Henry C.; Daubert, Melissa; Ferraro, Summer; Minton, Aimee; Poon, Annie; Henry, Mark C.; Poon, Michael (Health Sciences Center Media Services. Stony Brook University Medical Center.Stony Brook, NY., 2010-09-27)
    The described work is part of the Health Sciences Center Media Services Graphic Arts Poster series; the works have been created in cooperation with faculty, staff and students in an effort to inform and educate the public ...
  • The Impact of Online Medical Direction on Ambulance Transport of Patients Initially Refusing Medical Assistance 

    Nigelberg, Eric; Pesce, Kevin; Cox, Lincoln; Thode, Henry, Jr PhD; Singer, Adam J. (Health Sciences Center Media Services. Stony Brook University Medical Center.Stony Brook, NY., 2010-09-28)
    The described work is part of the Health Sciences Center Media Services Graphic Arts Poster series; the works have been created in cooperation with faculty, staff and students in an effort to inform and educate the public ...
  • Lactate Clearance Rates: A New Predictor of Mortality in Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock 

    Kerr, Jon; Murphy, Paul; Taktakishvili, Otar; Garra, Gregory; Thode, Henry C., Jr; Viccellio, Peter; Singer, Adam J. (Health Sciences Center Media Services. Stony Brook University Medical Center.Stony Brook, NY., 2010-09-28)
    The described work is part of the Health Sciences Center Media Services Graphic Arts Poster series; the works have been created in cooperation with faculty, staff and students in an effort to inform and educate the public ...
  • Timely Administration of Sedation After Intubation with Etomidate in the Emergency Department 

    Frank, Daniel; Taira, Breena R.; Domingo, Anna; Thode, Henry C.; Singer, Adam J. (Health Sciences Center Media Services. Stony Brook University Medical Center.Stony Brook, NY., 2011-01-16)
    The described work is part of the Health Sciences Center Media Services Graphic Arts Poster series; the works have been created in cooperation with faculty, staff and students in an effort to inform and educate the public ...