December 5, 2022

Research Forum 2022 Plenary Session Abstracts

These abstracts were the highest rated among submissions to Research Forum 2022 and were presented in San Francisco October 1-3, 2022.

Table of Contents page: Annals of Emergency Medicine


Xinliang Ma, MD PhD
Thomas Jefferson University

Title: Reversing miRNA-Suppressed Cardioprotective Cardiokine Expression as a Novel Intervention against Sleep Breathing Disorders-Exacerbated Post-MI Remodeling


Gary Vilke, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
UC San Diego Health System

Title: Dexmedetomidine Sublingual Film for Acute Agitation in Schizophrenia or Bipolar Disorder by Baseline Clinical Global Impression-Severity of Agitation


Paul Pepe, MD, MPH
Dallas County Emergency Medical Services

Title: Clinical Confirmation of Improved Likelihood of Survival Associated with the Use of the Head-Up CPR Bundle for Non-Shockable Cardiac Arrest Presentations


Robert Rodriguez, MD
Department of Emergency Medicine, UCSF School of Medicine

Title: COVID-19 Vaccine Messaging Platforms Increase Vaccine Acceptance and Uptake in Unvaccinated Emergency Department Patients: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial


Lise Nigrovic, MD, MPH
Boston Children’s Hospital

Title: Frequency of tick-borne coinfections in children with suspected Lyme disease


Charles Murphy IV, MD, MAS
Eden Medical Center

Title: Extended-release Naltrexone and case management for treatment of alcohol used disorder in the emergency department


Ethan Abbott, DO, MSCR
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Title: Racial Residential Segregation and Long-term Outcomes Among Medicare Beneficiaries After Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest


Michael Makutonin, BS
George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Title: Comparison of one-year outcomes by management type in patients presenting to the ED with uncomplicated acute appendicitis


Alexander Janke, MD, MHS
University of Michigan

Title: Nationwide Reimbursement Impact of COVID-19 to Emergency Physicians: $6.6 Billion Loss in 2020


Nathaniel Oz, MD
Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Title: Emergency Department Boarding is Associated with Lower Profit Margins in Higher Performing Hospitals


Michelle Crispo, MD
Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME

Title: Implementation Of A Hospice Transition Protocol In An Emergency Department To Facilitate End-Of-Life Care


Justin Brooten, MD
Wake Forest School of Medicine

Title: Early Mortality Risk Assessment Modeling by Random Forest Analysis of Patients Presenting to a Tertiary Medical Center Emergency Department


Nicole Duggan, MD
Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Title: A Novel Approach to Dataset Labeling for Deep Learning Model Development


Michael Muradian, MD
Beaumont Health

Title: The Impact of a Mixed Fast-Track and Mid-Acuity Track Area with a Vertical Component on Emergency Department Throughput


Evelyn Brady, BA
West Health Institute, La Jolla, CA

Title: Facilitating Emergency Department Research on Older Adults Through Creation of a Research Data Warehouse


David Marshall, DO
Henry Ford Hospital

Title: The Impact of an Emergency Department Alternatives to Opiates (ALTO) Program on Opiate Administration


Jae-hyug Woo, MD
Gachon University College of Medicine, Gil Medical Center

Title: Saline Versus Plasma Solution-A in Initial Resuscitation of Patients with Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest: A Randomized Clinical Trial


Brad Hall, PharmD, MS
4th year medical student

Title: Comparative safety and efficacy of a hybrid intravenous and oral diltiazem protocol for acute rate control in the emergency department

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