University of Wisconsin, BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine

Research

Abstracts

2020 Kuttab HI, Damewood SC, Li Z, Schmidt J, Schnittke N. Cardiopulmonary Ultrasound in Sepsis: A Pilot Study. American College of Emergency Physicians Research Forum, oral abstract. October 2020
2017 Steffenhagen A, Damewood C. Thrombolytic Use in Cardiac Arrest Related to Pulmonary Embolism: An Evaluative Study” American Society of Hospital Pharmacist, Emergency Care Poster Session, ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibits, Orlando, FL, 2017
2017 Damewood, S. Hess, JM.
Resident point of care ultrasound competency: Do number of acquired scans correlate with ultrasound specific Observed Simulated Clinical Examination scores?
American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Annual Convention, March 2017 Presented by Damewood, S
2017 Schnittke, NS. Damewood, S.
Identifying and Overcoming Barriers to Resident-Performed Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) in the Emergency Department.
American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Annual Convention, March 2017

Presentations

Manuscripts

Kuttab H, Damewood S, Li Z, Schmidt J, Schnittke N. Cardiopulmonary Ultrasound to predict care escalation in early sepsis, a pilot study. 2021 AJEM, under revision.

Schnittke N, Schmidt J, Barvalia U, Emmerich K, Kory P, Damewood S. Assessment of Dynamic Changes in Cardiac Function During Resuscitation of Patients with Suspected Septic Shock. AJEM 2020 38:12 2653-2657

Panebianco N, Liu R, Alerhand S, Au A, Bailitz B, Chiem A, Damewood S, Friedman L, Gottlieb M, Lema P, Lewiss R, Lin J, Liu L, Magee M, Nelson M, Sajed D, Situ-LaCasse E, Stolz L. Joint Recommendation and resources for clinical ultrasound education amidst the COVID-19 era. AEM E&T 2020 4(4): 438-442

Kuttab H, Flanagan E, Damewood S, A. Cathers A, Steuerwald M. Prehospital Echocardiogram Use in Identifying Massive Pulmonary Embolism in Unidentified Respiratory Failure: A Case Report. Air Med J. 2020 In Press.

Lum M, Sheehy L, Lai J, Tillman D, Damewood S, Schmidt J. Integration of lung point of care ultrasound into clinical decision making for medical students in simulated cases. WJEM. 2020 In press.

Schnittke N, Damewood S. Identifying Barriers to Resident Use of Point of Care Ultrasound
WJEM. 2019 20 (6) 918-921

Damewood S, Leo M, Bailitz J et al. Tools for Measuring Clinical Ultrasound Competency: Recommendations from the Ultrasound Competency Work Group. Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training. 2020. AEM Education and Training 2020; 4: S106– S112.

Damewood, S. Huang J, Lewiss R. Ultrasound simulation utilization among point of care ultrasound users: Results of a survey. Journal of Clinical Ultrasound 2018. 46 (2):571-574

Ross J, Rebella G, Hess J, Damewood S, Westergaard M. Simulation training to maintain
neonatal resuscitation and pediatric sedation skills for emergency medicine faculty. Wisconsin Medical Journal 2016.

Damewood S, Jeanmonod, D, Cadigan B. Comparison of a multimedia simulator to a human model for teaching FAST exam image interpretation and image acquisition. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2011 18: 413-419

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