Dr. Joshua Schier practices Emergency Medicine in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Schier 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. Schier examines patients, determines means of testing, diagnoses conditions, and decides the best treatment methods.
Education and Training
Temple Univ Sch of Med, Philadelphia Pa 1998
Emergency MedicineAmerican Board of Emergency MedicineABEM- Medical Toxicology
Emergency MedicineAmerican Board of Emergency MedicineABEM
- TCAs and myocardial function.
- Cocaine and body temperature regulation.
- Desiccant-induced gastrointestinal burns in a child.
- Ethanol and the osmolal gap.
- Efficacy of Crotalidae polyvalent antivenin for the treatment of hognosed viper (Porthidium nasutum) envenomation.
- Metformin-induced acidosis due to a warfarin adverse drug event.
- Early exposure to marijuana and risk of later drug use.
- Fatality from administration of labetalol and crushed extended-release nifedipine.
- Treatment of sarin exposure.
- Preparing for chemical terrorism: stability of injectable atropine sulfate.
- Case definitions for chemical poisoning.
- The Toxic Exposure Surveillance System (TESS): risk assessment and real-time toxicovigilance across United States poison centers.
- Organic phosphorus compounds--nerve agents.
- Identification and quantification of diethylene glycol in pharmaceuticals implicated in poisoning epidemics: an historical laboratory perspective.
- Medical toxicology and public health--update on research and activities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
- Medical toxicology and public health: update on research and activities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
- Medical toxicology and public health--update on research and activities at the centers for disease control and prevention and the agency for toxic substances and disease registry.
- Outbreak of acute renal failure in Panama in 2006: a case-control study.
- Medication-associated diethylene glycol mass poisoning: a review and discussion on the origin of contamination.
- Postmortem blood cadmium, lead, and mercury concentrations: comparisons with regard to sampling location and reference ranges for living persons.
- The role of clinical toxicologists and poison control centers in public health.
- Determination of levamisole in urine by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.
- Organizational and command aspects for coordinating the public health response to an outbreak of acute renal failure, Republic of Panama, 2006.
- Multidrug-resistant typhoid fever with neurologic findings on the Malawi-Mozambique border.
- Mercury exposure among artisanal gold miners in Madre de Dios, Peru: a cross-sectional study.
- Passive multistate surveillance for neutropenia after use of cocaine or heroin possibly contaminated with levamisole.
- Anti-N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (anti-NMDAR) encephalitis: an etiology worth considering in the differential diagnosis of delirium.
- Characterizing risk factors for pediatric lamp oil product exposures.
- Notes from the field: calls to poison centers for exposures to electronic cigarettes--United States, September 2010-February 2014.
- Long-term renal and neurologic outcomes among survivors of diethylene glycol poisoning.
- Incidents of potential public health significance identified using national surveillance of US poison center data (2008-2012).
- Exposure Calls to U. S. Poison Centers Involving Electronic Cigarettes and Conventional Cigarettes-September 2010-December 2014.
- Medical Toxicology and Public Health-Update on Research and Activities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry : Environmental Exposures among Arctic Populations: The Maternal Organic
- Notes from the Field: Cardiac Dysrhythmias After Loperamide Abuse - New York, 2008-2016.
- Bongkrekic Acid-a Review of a Lesser-Known Mitochondrial Toxin.
- Association of acute toxic encephalopathy with litchi consumption in an outbreak in Muzaffarpur, India, 2014: a case-control study.
- Nyu Hospitals Center, Medical Toxicology-Emergency Medicine; Cooper Hosp/Univ Med Ctr, Emergency Medicine
- Cooper Med Ctr/UMDNJ
- Cooper University Hospital
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