Gabriel Rose

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BACKGROUND M-mode or "motion" mode is a form of ultrasound imaging that is of high clinical utility in the emergency department. It can be used in a variety of situations to evaluate motion and timing, and can document tissue movement in a still image when the recording of a video clip is not feasible. OBJECTIVES In this article we describe several(More)
  • G Rose
  • 1968
In laboratory studies it is generally accepted that the significance of a particular measurement can only be understood in the light of proper numerical estimates of its variability; but in clinical studies the need for such information is less widely appreciated. This is particularly unfortunate since such inquiries as have been made have shown that the(More)
  • G Rose
  • 1971
Many coronary heart disease (CHD) deaths and many attacks of myocardial infarction seem clinically to occur as unheralded catastrophes. This is surprising, considering that pathologically such events are preceded by years of progressive atherosclerosis and ischaemia. The present study estimates the frequency with which minor symptoms and(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the accuracy of the Brugada algorithm for analysis of wide-complex tachycardia (WCT) when applied by board-certified emergency physicians and board-certified cardiologists. METHODS A database consisting of 157 electrocardiograms of WCTs were evaluated in a blinded fashion using the Brugada criteria to determine the presence of(More)
BACKGROUND Although air has traditionally been considered a barrier to sonographic imaging, when encountered in unusual settings it can serve as an important indicator of various pathologic states as well. Clinician recognition and thorough understanding of the characteristic pattern of artifacts generated by air are critical for making a number of(More)
BACKGROUND Corrected flow time (FTc) measured via sonography of the carotid artery is a novel method that has shown promising results for predicting fluid responsiveness in shock states. It is a rapid and noninvasive examination that can be taught to emergency physicians with ease. However, its reliability has not been assessed, and the effects of several(More)
Injury to the penis resulting from zipper entrapment is a painful condition that presents a unique anesthetic challenge to the emergency physician and may even require procedural sedation for removal. In this case report, we describe successful removal of zipper entrapment from the penis of a 34-year-old patient after the application of an ultrasound-guided(More)
INTRODUCTION The placement of a central venous catheter (CVC) remains an important intervention in the care of critically ill patients in the emergency department, and bedside ultrasound can be used for procedural guidance as well as conformation of placement. Microbubble contrast-enhanced ultrasound may facilitate CVC tip position localization, and the(More)