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Brendan G. Carr, MD, MS

Contact Dr. Carr

1020 Walnut Street
300 Curtis Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6844
(215) 923-6225 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Geography, Not Health System Affiliations, Determines Patients’ Revisits to the Emergency Department
  2. Validation of an ICD code for accurately identifying emergency department patients who suffer an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
  3. The Association of Prehospital Intravenous Fluids and Mortality in Patients with Penetrating Trauma
  4. Don't Hate the Player; Hate the Game
  5. Patient Characteristics and Temporal Trends in Police Transport of Blunt Trauma Patients: A Multicenter Retrospective Cohort Study
  6. Impact of superstorm sandy on medicare patients' utilization of hospitals and emergency departments
  7. A metric of our own: Failure to rescue after trauma
  8. Emergency medical services response times in Rural, Suburban, and Urban areas
  9. Sex differences in rt-PA utilization at hospitals treating stroke: The National Inpatient Sample
  10. Accuracy of Emergency Medical Services dispatcher and crew diagnosis of stroke in clinical practice
  11. Hospital Emergency Care as a Public Good and Community Health Benefit
  12. Cardiac arrest risk standardization using administrative data compared to registry data
  13. The US Emergency Care Coordination Center
  14. Value-Based Approaches for Emergency Care in a New Era
  15. Adult out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in philadelphia from 2008–2012: An epidemiological study
  16. The Pennsylvania trauma outcomes study risk-adjusted mortality model: Results of a statewide benchmarking program
  17. Lead-Time Bias and Interhospital Transfer after Injury: Trauma Center Admission Vital Signs Underpredict Mortality in Transferred Trauma Patients
  18. Disparities in access to trauma care in the United States: A population-based analysis
  19. The relationship between processes and outcomes for injured older adults: a study of a statewide trauma system
  20. Uniting big health data for a national learning health system in the United States