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David F. Gaieski, MD

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1020 Walnut Street
300 College Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107

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

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Validation of an ICD code for accurately identifying emergency department patients who suffer an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
  2. Blood culture contamination and ED overcrowding. Is there a connection?
  3. Myocardial dysfunction after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: predictors and prognostic implications
  4. Response to letter regarding article, “The impact of emergency department crowding upon early interventions and mortality in patients with severe sepsis.”
  5. Emergency Neurologic Life Support: Meningitis and Encephalitis
  6. Cardiac arrest risk standardization using administrative data compared to registry data
  7. The impact of ED crowding on early interventions and mortality in patients with severe sepsis
  8. Adult out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in philadelphia from 2008–2012: An epidemiological study
  9. Initial arterial carbon dioxide tension is associated with neurological outcome after resuscitation from cardiac arrest
  10. Serial procalcitonin predicts mortality in severe sepsis patients: Results from the multicenter procalcitonin monitoring SEpsis (MOSES) Study
  11. Magnitude of temperature elevation is associated with neurologic and survival outcomes in resuscitated cardiac arrest patients with postrewarming pyrexia
  12. Incidence of coronary intervention in cardiac arrest survivors with non-shockable initial rhythms and no evidence of ST-elevation MI (STEMI)
  13. Characterization of mitochondrial injury after cardiac arrest (COMICA)
  14. The 2017 International Joint Working Group recommendations of the Indian College of Cardiology, the Academic College of Emergency Experts, and INDUSEM on the management of low-risk chest pain in emergency departments across India
  15. The Association between Arterial Oxygen Tension and Neurological Outcome after Cardiac Arrest
  16. Variability of Post-Cardiac Arrest Care Practices among Cardiac Arrest Centers: United States and South Korean Dual Network Survey of Emergency Physician Research Principal Investigators
  17. The relationship between index hospitalizations, sepsis, and death or transition to hospice care during 30-day hospital readmissions
  18. Factors associated with post-arrest withdrawal of life-sustaining therapy
  19. The association between hemoglobin concentration and neurologic outcome after cardiac arrest
  20. Inter-rater reliability of post-arrest cerebral performance category (CPC) scores