Virginia Commonwealth University

Research

Abstracts

1. Spangler J, Manaktala R, Tozer J, Joyce M, Vitto M, Liu J, Sima A, Evans D. Ultrasound-Assisted Lumbar Puncture in the Emergency Department. Ameri-can Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Proceedings. March 2016: 35(1): Sup-plement 1: S14

2. Byars D, Evans D, Kayagil T, Jones M, Vitto M, Tozer J, Joyce M. Emergency Medicine Physician-Performed Transesophageal Echocardiography in Simulat-ed Cardiac Arrest. American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Proceedings. March 2016: 35(1): Supplement 1: S43

3. Knapp B, Byars D, Stewart V, Ryszkiewicz R, Evans D. Emergency Medical Services Focused Assessment with Sonography in Trauma and Cardiac Ultra-sound in Cardiac Arrest: The Training Phase. Academic Emergency Medicine. April 2012:19(4): Supplement 1: S189


4. Stewart V, Knapp B, Evans D. B-RIPPED Scan for Evaluation of Emergency Department Patients With Shortness of Breath. American Institute of Ultra-sound in Medicine Proceedings. J Ultrasound Med 30:S1–S120, April 2011

5. Evans DP, Byars D, Lo B, Brodsky R, Walker L: Comparison of standard di-rect laryngoscopy versus pediatric King LT-D in a simulated difficult pediatric airway (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2010; 17(5): Supplement 1: S194

6. Evans DP, Byars D, Lo B, Brodsky R, Walker L: Comparison of standard di-rect laryngoscopy versus pediatric King LT-D in a simulated difficult pediatric airway (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2010; 17(5): Supplement 1: S194

7. Byars D, Evans DP, Schott C. Video-Assisted Laryngoscopy as the “Great Equalizer” in the Management of the Simulate Difficult Adult Airway (ab-stract). Annals of Emerg Med Oct 2011; 58(4): Supplement: S244

8. Byars D, Lo B, Evans DP, Brodsky R, Walker L. Comparison of Standard Di-rect Laryngoscopy Versus Pediatric KING-LTD in a Simulated Difficult Pediatric Airway.” (abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2010; 17(5): Supplement: S194

9. Byars D, Lo B, Evans DP. Evaluation and Retention of Paramedic Skills to Properly Utilize the I-LMA Device in High-Fidelity Simulated Critical Care Sce-narios.”(abstract). Acad Emerg Med 2010; 17(5): Supplement: S32

10. Lo B, Byars D, Evans DP, Devine A, Lee R, Lamm O, Lowe S, Walker L. Comparison of Traditional Versus High-Fidelity Simulation in the Retention of Advanced Cardiac Life Support Knowledge. Acad Emerg Med 2010; 17(5): Supplement: S26

Presentations

National

“Emergency Medicine Physician-Performed Transesophageal Echocardiography in Simulated Cardiac Arrest.” American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, 2016 Annual Meeting. New York NY; March 20th, 2016

“Ultrasound-Assisted Lumbar Puncture in the Emergency Department. American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, 2016 Annual Meeting. New York NY; March 19th, 2016

“Implementation of a Flight Crew Ultrasound Training Program.” Society for Aca-demic Emergency Medicine, 2015 Annual Meeting. San Diego CA; May 14th, 2015

“Tech Tools For Today.” Conference on Ultrasound in Anatomy and Physiology Education, 2014 Second Annual Meeting. Norfolk, Virginia; March 2014

“Introduction to cardiac ultrasound.” Conference on Ultrasound in Anatomy and Physiology Education, 2014 Second Annual Meeting. Norfolk, Virginia; March 2014

“Comparison of Standard Direct Laryngoscopy versus Pediatric King LT-D in a Simulated Difficult Pediatric Airway.” Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 2010 Annual Meeting. Phoenix, Arizona; May 2010

“Wound Care and Suturing.” American Academy of Family Medicine Review Course. Virginia Beach, Virginia; June 2009.

Regional

“How Does EM Core Faculty Obtain Ultrasound Training for Credentialing.” Mid-Atlantic Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 2015 Annual Meeting. Wash-ington DC; Feb 28th, 2015

“Implementation of a Flight Crew Ultrasound Training Program.” Mid-Atlantic So-ciety for Academic Emergency Medicine, 2015 Annual Meeting. Washington DC; Feb 28th, 2015

“Ultrasound Tips and Tricks.” Virginia American College of Emergency Physicians Annual Meeting. Hot Springs, Virginia; Feb 7th 2015

“Pulmonary Embolism, An Update.” Virginia American College of Emergency Phy-sicians Annual Meeting. Hot Springs, Virginia; Feb 7th 2015

“A Low Cost High Fidelity Nerve Block Model.” Mid-Atlantic Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 2014 Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Feb 22nd, 2014

“Abdominal Ultrasound.” Department of Critical Care, EVMS Advanced Bedside Echocardiography Course. Invited Speaker. Norfolk, Virginia; Feb 17th, 2012

“Cardiomyopathies.” Department of Critical Care, EVMS Advanced Bedside Echocardiography Course, Invited Speaker. Norfolk, Virginia; Feb 15th, 2012

“Introduction to Bedside Ultrasound Course.” Emergency Medicine Interns. Nor-folk, Virginia; July 15-18th, 2011

“The Difficult Airway.” Virginia State EMS Symposium. Norfolk, Virginia; Nov 12th, 2011

Local

“Noninvasive hemodynamic measurements.” Department of Trauma Critical Care, FOCUS Echocardiogram Training Course, Invited Speaker, Richmond, Jan 27th, 2012

“Back to Basics.” Department of Trauma Critical Care, FOCUS Echocardiogram Training Course , Invited Speaker. Richmond, Vi Jan 27th, 2012

“Excited Delirium.” Virginia Beach Police Department, New Officer Training. Vir-ginia Beach, Virginia. June 26th, 2009 - 2011

Grand Rounds Presentation

“Thoracic Ultrasound.” Department of Emergency Medicine, Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital Grand Rounds. Roanoke, Virginia; Oct 25th, 2012

Poster Presentations

“Resident Didactics - Escaping Death by PowerPoint” Council of Emergency Medi-cine Residency Directors, 2016 Annual Meeting. Nashville, TN. March 6th, 2016.

“Evidence Based Medicine Longitudinal Track: advancing the standard of EBM teaching”. Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors. Nashville, TN. March 6th, 2016.

“Implementation of a Flight Crew Ultrasound Training Program.” Poster Presenta-tion - Virginia Commonwealth University Research Day, 2015. Richmond VA; June 4th, 2015

“How Does EM Core Faculty Obtain Ultrasound Training for Credentialing.” Poster Presentation - Virginia Commonwealth University Research Day, 2015. Richmond VA; June 4th, 2015

“Comparison of Landmark Preformed Lumbar Punctures versus Ultrasound Guid-ed Lumbar Punctures In A Novice Study Group.” Poster Presentation - Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, 2013 Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia; May 2013

“Comparison of Landmark Preformed Lumbar Punctures versus Ultrasound Guid-ed Lumbar Punctures In A Novice Study Group.” Poster Presentation - Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, 2013 Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia; May 2013

“Video-Assisted Laryngoscopy as the ‘Great Equalizer’ in the Management of the Simulate Difficult Adult Airway.” Poster Presentation - American College of Emer-gency Physicians, 2011 Annual Meeting. San Francisco, California; Sept 2011

“Evaluation and Retention of Paramedics to Properly Utilize the I-LMA Device in High Fidelity Simulated Critical Care Scenarios.” Poster Presentation—Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 2010 Annual Meeting. Phoenix, Arizona; May 2010

“Comparison of Traditional Versus High-Fidelity Simulation in the Retention of Advanced Cardiac Life Support Knowledge.” Poster Presentation—Society for Ac-ademic Emergency Medicine, 2010 Annual Meeting. Phoenix, Arizona; May 2010

Manuscripts

1. Vitto MJ, Myers M, Vitto CM, Evans DP. Perceived Difficulty and Success Rate of Standard Versus Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral Intravenous Cannulation in a Nov-ice Study Group: A Randomized Crossover Trial. J Ultrasound Med. 2016 Mar 23. PMID: 27009314

2. Deal A, Evans D, Counselman F. Tension Hydrothorax Related to Disseminated Endometriosis. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2016 Jan;17 (1):88-90. PMID: 26823940

3. Moffett P, Redmon T, Vitto MJ, Evans D. Iliac Pseudoaneurysm from Endoleak. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2015;16(7):1194-1195. PMID: 26759681

4. Frankel HL, Kirkpatrick AW, Elbarbary M, Blaivas M, Desai H, Evans D. Guide-lines for the Appropriate Use of Bedside General and Cardiac Ultrasonography in the Evaluation of Critically Ill Patients-Part I: General Ultrasonography. Crit Care Med. 2015 Nov;43(11):2479-2502. PMID: 26468699

5. Anderson D, Vitto MJ, Evans DP. How Does Emergency Medicine Residency Core Faculty Obtain Their Ultrasound Training For Credentialing? Am J Emerg Med. 2015 Aug 10. PMID: 26417861

6. Anderson D, Evans DP. Dentigerous cyst of mandible presenting as sepsis. Am J Emerg Med 2014 Dec;32(12):1561 PMID: 24985943

7. Sparks S, Evans DP, Byars D. A low cost, high fidelity nerve block model. Critical Ultrasound Journal 2014 Aug 13;6(1):12. PMID: 25411589

8. Ferrada P, Evans D, Wolfe L, Anand RJ, Vanguri P, Mayglothling J, Whelan J, Malhotra A, Goldberg S, Duane T, Aboutanos M, Ivatury RR. Findings of a ran-domized controlled trial using limited transthoracic echocardiogram (LTTE) as a hemodynamic monitoring tool in the trauma bay. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2014 Jan;76 (1):31-8 PMID: 24368354

9. Evans D, Ferraioli G, Snellings J, Levitov A. Volume Responsiveness in Critically Ill Patients. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. 2014 Jan;33(1):3-7 PMID: 24371093

10. Byars DV, Brodsky RA, Evans D, Lo B, Guins T, Perkins AM. Comparison of di-rect laryngoscopy to Pediatric King LT-D in simulated airways. Pediatric Emer-gency Care. 2012 Aug;28(8):750-2. PMID: 22858748

11. Knorr M, Evans D. Bedside ultrasound of acute adrenal hemorrhage. American Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2012 Nov;30(9):2088. PMID: 22386361.

12. Tse A, Evans D, Counselman FL. A Pain in the Wrist: Stingray Envenomation. West J Emerg Med. 2012 February; 13(1): 80–1. PMID:22461928

13. Lo BM, Devine AS, Evans DP, Byars DV, Lamm OY, Lee RJ, Lowe SM, Walker LL. Comparison of traditional versus high-fidelity simulation in the retention of ACLS knowledge. Resuscitation. 2011 Nov;82(11):1440-3. PMID: 21764498

14. Evans DP, Byars DV. Management of the difficult airway in the era of interven-tional. Emerg Med. Feb 2010; 42(2):6-12

15. Evans DP, Lo B. Uvular necrosis after orotracheal intubation. Am J Emerg Med 2009; 27(5):631. PMID: 19497485

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