Dr. Ken Zafren MD
Emergency Physician4315 Diplomacy Dr Anchorage AK, 99508
Dr. Ken Zafren practices Emergency Medicine in Anchorage, AK. Dr. Zafren 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. Zafren examines patients, determines means of testing, diagnoses conditions, and decides the best treatment methods.
Education and Training
Univ of Wa Sch of Med, Seattle Wa 1984
Emergency MedicineAmerican Board of Emergency MedicineABEM
- RESUSCITATIONResuscitation of avalanche victims2013
- HIGH ALTITUDE MEDICINE & BIOLOGYFrostbite: Prevention and Initial Magement2013
- ANLS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINEProphylaxis for Acute Mountain Sickness2012
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEDoes Ibuprofen Prevent Acute Mountain Sickness?2012
- HIGH ALTITUDE MEDICINE & BIOLOGYD-Dimer Is Not Elevated in Asymptomatic High Altitude Climbers after Descent to 5340 m2011
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEWilderness Medical Society Consensus Guidelines for the Prevention2010
- High altitude medicine & biologyFluid magement in traumatic shock2009
- HIGH ALTITUDE MEDICINE & BIOLOGYAcetazolamide fails to decrease pulmory artery pressure at high altitude2008
- RESUSCITATIONLightning injuries: prevention and on-site treatment in mountains and remote areas2005
- Sacco, F., Zafren, K., Brown, K., Cohen, T., COOPES, B. J., Godersky, Guidelines for the magement of head injuries in remote and rural Alaska.0
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEThrombotic complications at altitude2004
- JOURL OF TRAVEL MEDICINETrends in the workload of the two high altitude aid posts in the Nepal Himalayas1999
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEImages - Chilblains (pernio)1999
- LANCETGamow bag for high-altitude cerebral oedema1998
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEHypotremia in a cold environment1998
- Emergency medicine clinics of North AmericaHigh-altitude medicine.1997
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINETreatment of high-altitude pulmory edema by bed rest and supplemental oxygen1996
- Reeves, J. T., Wagner, J., Zafren, K., Honigman, B., SCHOENE, R. B.SEASOL-VARIATION IN BAROMETRIC1993
- NEW ENGLAND JOURL OF MEDICINEMORE ON TETRACYCLINE AND TICKS1983
- Wilderness & environmental medicinePerformance enhancing drugs at high altitude.2013
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEWilderness Medical Society Practice Guidelines for the Prevention2012
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEPrediction of Acute Mountain Sickness by Pulse Oximetry: What Are the Right Questions?2012
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEIn Response to Wilderness Medical Society Practice Guidelines for the Prevention2011
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEIn Response to Bradford Washburn's 1962 NEJM Article Frostbite2011
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEProspective, Double-Blind2010
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEAvalanche Triage: Are Two Birds in the Bush Better Than One in the Hand?2010
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEClinical Images2009
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEThe Most Dangerous Catch: Fisherman Caught by Halibut Hook2009
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEThe use of extrication devices in crevasse accidents2008
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEWhen searches become futile2008
- Wilderness & environmental medicineA reference correction.2007
- AMERICAN JOURL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINEMagement of blunt trauma victims with significant hemoperitoneum with normal examition2003
- Wilderness & environmental medicineClinical images. Wound care in the wilderness.2001
- AMERICAN JOURL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINEEffect of insurance on admission for head injury2001
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEWarnings in the wilderness2001
- Wilderness & environmental medicinePoison oak dermatitis.2001
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEHow useful is on-mountain sonography?2001
- Wilderness & environmental medicineUnusual presentation of a fracture and possible early compartment syndrome.2000
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEClinical images2000
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEImages - Erythema nodosum1999
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEImages - Answer1999
- Wilderness & environmental medicinePresentation of the case. Lighting injuries.1999
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINETragedy on Ptarmigan Peak1998
- AMERICAN JOURL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINEMigratory pain in appendicitis1998
- ANLS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINETelemedicine revisited1998
- WILDERNESS & ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINEBrown recluse spider bite (necrotic arachnidism)1998
- Jourl of travel medicineRe: Prevention and Magement of Cardiovascular Events during Travel.1997
- LANCETOutcome assessments and air ambulance services1996
- ScienceWarning! Long commute.1996
- AMERICAN JOURL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINEALTERTIVE TRAINING IN EMERGENCY-MEDICINE1993
- ANLS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINEBASE DEFICIT AS A DIAGNOSTIC-TEST FOR ABDOMIL INJURY1992
- ANLS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINEOPEN AND CLOSED PERITONEAL-LAVAGE1992
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