Dr. Brian Suffoletto to present research on symptoms of mTBI among ED patients
Dr. Brian Suffoletto chosen to present research at 11th Annual Safar Symposium at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Firefighter volunteers needed for study
Participate in a study examining the two-cylinder rule and firefighter performance.
Study by Dr. Brian Suffoletto: Mobile Phone Text Messaging to Assess Symptoms After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Provide Self-Care Support: A Pilot Study
This pilot study focused on ED patients with mTBI and associated post-concussive symptoms (PCS).
Congratulations to Jake Kleinman!
PGY-1 resident, Jake Kleinman, has been selected as the resident representative on the Board of Directors of Pennsylvania ACEP.
Congratulations to the new Emergency Medicine Residency Class of 2016!
Dr. Joe Yanta's research project featured in Reuters
Dr. Joe Yanta, Chief Resident and PGY III in Emergency Medicine
DEM Speakers Featured at National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP)
Several DEM physicians were featured plenary speakers at the NAEMSP Annual Meeting this week
UPMC Presbyterian's Post Cardiac Arrest Service Hits 200 Patient Milestone
Cardiac arrests kill 300,000 people in North America each year, and approximately 1,000 patients experience cardiac arrest annually in the Pittsburgh area.
DEM research featured at the American Heart Association Resuscitation Science Symposium in LA
Pitt DEM researcher David Salcido, MPH, has shown that patients who are resuscitated from cardiac arrest
Drs. Rittenberger and Guyette authors in new Emergency Medicine Critical Care article
This review provides easily implemented strategies for post-arrest care in both large and small hospitals.