Andrew A Herring
Affiliation: Alameda County Medical Center
- Increasing critical care admissions from U.S. emergency departments, 2001-2009Andrew A Herring
Department of Emergency Medicine, Alameda County Medical Center, Highland Hospital, Oakland, CA, USA
Crit Care Med 41:1197-204. 2013..Little is known about how recent system-wide increases in demand for critical care have affected U.S. emergency departments (EDs). This study describes changes in the amount of critical care provided in U.S. EDs between 2001 and 2009...
- Ultrasound-guided abdominal wall nerve blocks in the EDAndrew A Herring
Department of Emergency Medicine Alameda County Medical Center, Highland General, Oakland, CA 94602 1018, USA
Am J Emerg Med 30:759-64. 2012..Our objective was to explore the potential utility of these techniques to provide anesthesia for abdominal wall procedures in the emergency department (ED)...
- The ultrasound-guided superficial cervical plexus block for anesthesia and analgesia in emergency care settingsAndrew A Herring
Department of Emergency Medicine Alameda County Medical Center, Highland General Hospital, Oakland, CA 94602 1018, USA
Am J Emerg Med 30:1263-7. 2012..This case is presented to highlight one of several potential applications of this promising new technique in the emergency department...
- Effective analgesia with low-dose ketamine and reduced dose hydromorphone in ED patients with severe painTerence L Ahern
Department of Emergency Medicine, Alameda County Medical Center, Highland Hospital, Oakland, CA 94602 1018, USA
Am J Emerg Med 31:847-51. 2013..We assessed the analgesic effect and feasibility of low-dose ketamine combined with a reduced dose of hydromorphone for emergency department (ED) patients with severe pain...
- Supracondylar radial nerve block for treatment of distal radius fractures in the emergency departmentOron Frenkel
Department of Emergency Medicine, Highland General Hospital Alameda County Medical Center, Oakland, California 94602 1018, USA
J Emerg Med 41:386-8. 2011..Many of the anesthesia methods frequently employed may either lack efficacy or require additional monitoring and resources...