Emory University

Research

Abstracts

Chesson, D; Manson, WC. “The Ultrasound Assessment Of Dyspnea: Is A Medical Student Better Than An Emergency Physician Without Ultrasound?”
Academic Emergency Medicine. June 2011.

Manson, WC, et al. “Presence of Sonographic Lung Rockets Predicts B-Type Natriuretic Peptide Level.”
Annals of Emergency Medicine. Vol. 52(4), October 2008, S170-171.

Manson, WC, et al. “Metallic Foreign Body Removal with Ultrasound Guidance.”
Annals of Emergency Medicine. Vol. 48(4), October 2006, S104-105.

Presentations

Chesson, D; Manson, WC. “The Ultrasound Assessment Of Dyspnea: Is A Medical Student Better Than An Emergency Physician Without Ultrasound?”
Poster Presentation, Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, Annual Meeting. Boston, MA, June 2011.

Manson, WC, et al. “Presence of Sonographic Lung Rockets Predicts B-Type Natriuretic Peptide Level.”
Oral Presenation, AIUM Scientific Assembly 2009, New York City

Manson, WC; Moore, CL. “Incidental Inferior Vena Cava Mass Identified on Bedside Echocardiography: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment Options.”
Poster Presentation, Scientific Assembly, Connecticut College of Emergency Physicians, October 2007

Manson, WC, et al. “Metallic Foreign Body Removal with Ultrasound Guidance.”
Poster Presentation, Scientific Assembly, American College of Emergency Physicians, New Orleans, LA, October 2006.

CPC Competition, Semi-Finalist
Annual Assembly, Society of Academic Emergency Physicians, New Orleans, LA, May 2009.

Research Forum Moderator, ACEP Scientific Assembly, 2010

Manuscripts

Manson, WC; et al. The Rapid Assessment of Dyspnea with Ultrasound: RADiUS. Ultrasound Clinics of North America. April 2011; 6(1): 261- 276.

Manson, WC; et al. Identification of Sonographic B-Lines with Linear Transducer Predicts Elevated B-Type Natriuretic Peptide Level. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. February 2011; 12(1): 102-108.

Manson, WC; et al. Comparison of Metallic Foreign Body Removal between Dynamic Ultrasound and Static Radiography in a Pigs’ Feet Model. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. Accepted for publication July 2010.

Chilstrom M and Stone MB. Emergency ultrasound identification of a lung mass. Crit Ultrasound J. 2010 2(3):109-111.

Stone MB, Chilstrom M, Chase K, Lichtenstein D. The heart point sign: description of a new ultrasound finding suggesting a pneumothorax. Acad Emerg Med. 2010 Nov;17(11)e149-50.

Friedman BW, Chilstrom M, Bijur PE, Gallagher EJ. Diagnostic testing and treatment of low back pain in United States emergency departments: a national perspective. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2010 Nov 15;35(24):E1406-11.

Chilstrom M, Elavunkal J, Stone MB. Woman with abdominal distention. Crit Ultrasound J. 2010, 2(1):29-30.

Li SF, Cole M, Forest R, Chilstrom M, Reinersman E, Jones MP, Zinzuwadia S, King S, Yadav K. Are 2 smaller intravenous catheters as good as 1 larger intravenous catheter? Am J Emerg Med. 2010 Jul;28(6):724-7.

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