John S. Rose

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The purpose of this study was to determine if cerebral blood flow (CBF) alterations are associated with discontinuation of heroin in chronic heroin users, and whether these alterations are reversible during abstinence. Ten physically healthy opioid-dependent males, hospitalized on an inpatient drug rehabilitation unit, were studied. Each patient had an(More)
OBJECTIVES Intravenous (IV) access in children treated in the emergency department (ED) is frequently required and often difficult to obtain. While it has been shown that ultrasound can be useful in adults for both central and peripheral venous access, research regarding children has been limited. We sought to determine if the use of a static ultrasound(More)
  • John S Rose
  • 2004
This article reviews current issues regarding the Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma (FAST) examination. Technical performance issues, decision-making and practice algorithms, fluid volume and scoring systems, proficiency and training, and the role of the FAST in pediatric trauma are covered. This article examines the FAST examination from a(More)
INTRODUCTION Emergency physicians (EPs) are reported to have a higher rate of substance use disorder (SUD) than most specialties, although little is known about their prognosis. We examined the outcomes of emergency physician compared to other physicians in the treatment of substance use disorders in Physician Health Programs (PHP). METHODS This study(More)
The avoidance of situations and objects directly associated with the trauma and marked physiological arousal in the presence of feared stimuli are major PTSD symptoms. A similar picture is seen in specific phobias. However, PTSD has certain dissociative symptoms not present in phobias such as psychogenic amnesia, re-experiencing symptoms such as flashbacks(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to compare outcomes of psychiatrists and nonpsychiatrist physicians enrolled in state physician health programs for substance use disorders. METHODS The study used the data set from a five-year, longitudinal cohort study of 904 physicians, including 55 psychiatrists, with diagnoses of substance abuse or dependence(More)
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