Albert Einstein College of Medicine Jacobi/Montefiore Residency Program

Publications (2006)

 

2006

Cowan EA, Calderon Y, Gennis P, Macklin R, Ortiz C, Wall SP.   Spanish and English Video-Assisted Informed Consent for Intravenous Contrast Administration in the Emergency Department: A Randomized Controlled Trial.   Ann Emerg Med. 2006 Sep 27

Wall SP, Mayorga O, Banfield CE, Wall ME, Aisic I, Auerbach C, Gennis P.Computer-assisted categorizing of head computed tomography reports for clinical decision ruleresearch.  Ann Emerg Med. 2006 Nov;48(5):551-7, 557.

Gallagher EJ, Esses D, Lee C, Lahn M, Bijur PE.  Randomized clinicaltrial of morphine in acute abdominal pain.  Ann Emerg Med. 2006 Aug;48(2):150-60, 160.e1-4.

Bernstein SL, Cabral L, Bijur PE,Gallagher EJ. Race and Ethnicity Do Not Affect Baseline Pain Assessment in Patients with Suspected Long-Bone Fracture (in review, Pain Medicine).

Shuter J, Bernstein SL. Cigarette Smoking is an Independent Predictor of Non-Adherence in HIV-infected Individuals Receiving Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy. (in review, Nicotine & TobaccoResearch)

Bernstein SL, Boggs R, Derlet R,Handly N, Hinfey P, Kamens D. Emergency department crowding: past, present, and future directions. (in review, J Emerg Med)

Bernstein SL. Frequent ED visitors: the end of inappropriateness (editorial). Ann Emerg Med 2006;48:18-20.

Bernstein SL, Boudreaux ED, RhodesKV, Cydulka RS, Almeida S-L, Lettman NA, McCullough LB, Mizouni S,Kellermann AL. Tobacco Control Interventions in theEmergency Department: A Statement of Emergency Medicine Organizations. Ann Emerg Med 2006;48:417-426 (duplicate publication:  J Emerg Nurs: 2006;32:370-381).

Bernstein SL, Asplin BR. Emergency department crowding. Emerg Med Clin North Amer 2006;24:821-837.

Bernstein SL, Bijur P, Gallagher EJ.Relationship between intensity and relief in patients with acute severe pain.Amer J Emerg Med 2006;24:162-166. 

Bernstein SL, Salo D, Cannata M. Nicotine dependence, motivation to quit, and diagnosis inemergency department patients who smoke. Addictive Behaviors 2006;31:288-297.  

Chang AK, Bijur PE, Meyer RH, KennyMK, Solorzano C, Gallagher EJ. Safety and efficacy ofhydromorphone as an analgesic alternative to morphine in acute pain: arandomized clinical trial.  Ann Emerg Med 2006;48:164-72

Friedman, et al. Parenteral corticosteroids for ED patients withnon-radicular low back pain.   Jrnl Emerg Med. 2006.  31(4). 365-370

Friedman BW, Hochberg M, etal.  A Clinical Trial of Trimethobenzamide/Diphenhydramine versus Sumatriptan for Acute Migraines. Headache. June 2006. 46: 934-941.

Li SF, Flannigan KLupowJDiscomfort and tetracaine. Ophthalmology. 2006 Jan;113(1):164. 

Ragin DR, Hwang UY, Cydulka R, Holson D, Haley LL, Richards CF, Becker B,Richardson LD, for the EMPATH Investigators. Why Patients Use the Emergency Department: Results of the Emergency Medicine Patients' Access To Healthcare (EMPATH) Study. Acad Emerg Med(in press)

Bijur P, Schecter C, Esses D, Chang AK, Gallagher EJ.  Addition of Intravenous Ultra-low-dose Naloxone to Morphine Does Not Enhance Analgesia.  JournalPain.  2006 Feb; 7(2): 75-81.