Dr. Robert De lorenzo practices Emergency Medicine in San Antonio, TX. Dr. De lorenzo assesses patients who seek immediate medical attention at any time of day or night. Emergency Medicine Physicians are trained to efficiently work with each patient and situation no matter how acute or life-threatening. Dr. De lorenzo examines patients, determines means of testing, diagnoses conditions, and decides the best treatment methods.
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- Army aeromedical crash rates.
- Bright lights, big noise. How effective are vehicle warning systems?
- On the ground at the U.S. Air Show.
- Expanded-scope EMS education. A matter of degree?
- Patient positioning. Laying out the options.
- Physician integration into mass gathering medical care. The United States Air Show.
- Lessons in emergency evacuation from the Miamisburg train derailment.
- Mass gathering medicine: a review.
- Mass casualty triage knowledge of military medical personnel.
- Cyanide: the deadly terror weapon that every EMS provider must know about.
- U.S. Army MEDEVAC in the new millennium: a medical perspective.
- Medic for the millennium: the U.S. Army 91W health care specialist.
- Takayasu arteritis presenting as a recurrent respiratory tract infection: a diagnosis facilitated by bedside echocardiography and increased erythrocyte sedimentation rate.
- Effectiveness of an adult-learning, self-directed model compared with traditional lecture-based teaching methods in out-of-hospital training.
- Emergency physicians in the military: a sequel.
- Emergency medicine research on the front lines.
- How shall we train?
- Future trends in military graduate medical education.
- Should residents deploy?
- Lights and siren: a review of emergency vehicle warning systems.
- Effect of a focused and directed continuing education program on prehospital skill maintenance in key resuscitation areas.
- Financing hospital disaster preparedness.
- San Antonio Military Medical Center integration: a case study in organizational leadership design.
- Thinking the unthinkable.
- Registry of emergency airways arriving at combat hospitals.
- Accreditation status of U.S. military graduate medical education programs.
- ED use of military beneficiaries.
- Checking the box on training tasks.
- Improving role I battlefield casualty care from point of injury to surgery.
- Sharpening the edge: paramedic training for flight medics.
- Advising and assisting an Iraqi Army medical clinic: observations of a U.S. military support mission.
- Emergent interfacility evacuation of critical care patients in combat.
- Ultrasound measurement of inferior vena cava diameters by emergency department nurses.
- Overcoming the 911 fear factor.
- Effect of crowd size on patient volume at a large, multipurpose, indoor stadium.
- Seeing Is Believing: Balancing the Benefits and Hazards of Medical Observers in the Emergency Department.
- A proposed model for a residency experience in mass gathering medicine: the United States Air Show.
- Prehospital misidentification of tachydysrhythmias: a report of five cases.
- A review of spinal immobilization techniques.
- Military and civilian emergency aeromedical services: common goals and different approaches.
- Improving combat casualty care and field medicine: focus on the military medic.
- Wright State Univ Sch Of Med, Emergency Medicine
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