Gerald Francis O’Malley

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We appreciate Dr. Regina’s interest in our study; however, we believe she misread and inadvertently mischaracterized the intent and results. As we stated on the first page of the paper, “The purpose of our study was to determine if protein-derived acetaminophencysteine can be detected after repeated supratherapeutic ingestion in a population of patients in(More)
We would like to applaud the authors of Respiratory Failure Following Isolated Ziprasidone Ingestion in a Toddler [1]. As the authors' case demonstrates, the unintentional ingestion of ziprasidone and other atypical antipsychotics is a growing public health concern and, as this case illustrates, sometimes leads to serious adverse events in children. There(More)
To determine if olfactory analysis of toxin proxies aid in the identification of poisons when compared to case histories alone. Methods: A convenience sample of 42 emergency medicine residents participated in a prospective single-blind observational study using a sniffing bar designed with the technique described by Goldfrank et.al. Each subject received 12(More)
Lead-contaminated ceramics can be a clinically significant source of lead poisoning, with the potential to cause illness in children and adults; one death in a child has been described. We hypothesized that the prevalence of lead-contaminated ceramics would be higher within Chinatown versus outside of Chinatown. The study was a prospective observational(More)
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