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SINAI RESUSCITATION INITIATIVE (SRI) RESEARCH/PROJECT DATABASE
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Name/corresponding resident/fellow authorOther residents/fellows/facultyEmailProject title
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Date submitted to IRBIRB status (e.g. approved, pending approval, pending resubmission, pending submission)
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Clark OwyangUS fellows (Carlo, Felipe, Errel), US faculty (Bret, Phil, Jen)clark.owyang@gmail.comFluid responsiveness: the correlation between echocardiography and carotid flowWe are correlating carotid flow measurements with echo measurements of cardiac output after giving small fluid bolus. 2/16/17Pending resubmissionChad Meyers3/25/17
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Felipe TeranClark Owyang, Aaron Stern, Kit Tainter (UCSD)felipeteran@gmail.comEmergency department presentations of patients with left ventricular assist devicesRetrospective review of LVAD patients presenting to the ED. Part of a multicenter retrospective review of LVAD patients and the ED. Manuscript in process at UCSD site.2/22/16ApprovedMarc Probst3/25/17
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Clark OwyangFelipe Teranclark.owyang@gmail.comIs apneic oxygenation beneficial for preoxygenation?Systematic Review Snapshot reviewing White 2017 meta-analysis on apneic oxygenation.N/AN/AFelipe Teran3/25/17
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Sam Khansamirk999@gmail.comWhat is the effect of TTM on presumed drug-related causes of cardiac arrest in patients < 50 years old?Retrospective review of cardiac arrests presenting to EHC between 2011-2015. Population = all arrests < 50y old. Any clear case of traumatic/respriatory/primary cardiac (IE STEMI) were excluded, resulting in a sample of presumed drug related cardiac arrests. This study explores the effect of TTM on mortality and discharge from the hospitaln/aApprovedManini3/28/17
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NusbaumMunjal / Redlener / Hiltonjeffrey.nusbaum@gmail.comExploring factors influencing missed opportunities for prehospital stroke notificationrestrospective chart review of all acute strokes at MSH / MSSL / and MSW combining EMS data and hospital data to determine which factors are causing EMS providers to miss strokespendingpendingMunjal4/3/17
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