Dr. Jarrod Michael Mosier M.D
Emergency Physician4233 N Rio Cancion Apt 119 Tucson AZ, 85718
Dr. Jarrod Mosier practices Emergency Medicine in Tucson, AZ. Dr. Mosier 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. Mosier examines patients, determines means of testing, diagnoses conditions, and decides the best treatment methods.
Education and Training
University of Nevada Reno 2007
Emergency MedicineAmerican Board of Emergency MedicineABEM
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Critical Care Medicine
Expert PublicationsData provided by the National Library of Medicine
- Tracheal intubation in the emergency department: a comparison of GlideScope® video laryngoscopy to direct laryngoscopy in 822 intubations.
- Airway management in the critically ill.
- Optimizing oxygen delivery in the critically ill: assessment of volume responsiveness in the septic patient.
- Optimizing oxygen delivery in the critically ill: the utility of lactate and central venous oxygen saturation (ScvO2) as a roadmap of resuscitation in shock.
- What's new: the management of acute right ventricular decompensation of chronic pulmonary hypertension.
- An alternative perspective regarding the "myth of the workforce crisis".
- Ventilator Strategies and Rescue Therapies for Management of Acute Respiratory Failure in the Emergency Department.
- Video Laryngoscopy Improves Odds of First-Attempt Success at Intubation in the Intensive Care Unit. A Propensity-matched Analysis.
- First Time Seizure in the Setting of a Congenital Heart Abnormality and MCA Mycotic Aneurysms.
- Reply: Video Laryngoscopy: Take It to the Floor.
- Difficult Airway Characteristics Associated with First-Attempt Failure at Intubation Using Video Laryngoscopy in the Intensive Care Unit.
- The Use of Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation in the Bronchoscopic Management of Critical Upper Airway Obstruction.
- The Impact of a Soiled Airway on Intubation Success in the Emergency Department When Using the GlideScope or the Direct Laryngoscope.
- Reply: Did Video Kill the Direct Laryngoscopy Star? Not Yet!
- Arizona Health Sciences Center Critical Care Medicine
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