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					                    CURRICULUM VITAE - Lawrence M. Lewis, MD


Date: 4/16/2011

Personal Information:
      a. Male
      b. March 14, 1951
      c. Miami, Florida

Citizenship:
       U.S.A.

Address and Telephone Numbers:
      a. Washington University School of Medicine
         Division of Emergency Medicine
         660 S. Euclid - Campus Box 8072
         St. Louis, MO 63110
         (314) 362-9119

       b. 124 E Swon Avenue
          Webster Groves, Missouri 63119
          (314) 961-0590

Present Position:

       Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine & Medicine
       Washington University School of Medicine
       Research Director, Division of Emergency Medicine

Education:

       a. Undergraduate
          University of Florida
          Gainesville, Florida
          (1972) A.A.

       b. Graduate
          University of Miami Medical School
          Miami, Florida
          (1976) M.D.
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c.    Postgraduate
         Residency, Jewish Hospital of St. Louis
         Washington University School of Medicine
         Department of Internal Medicine
         St. Louis, Missouri
         (1976 - 1979)

Academic Positions/Employment:

      2004- present    Associate Professor of Medicine and Emergency Medicine
                       Research Director, Division of Emergency Medicine
                       Washington University School of Medicine
                       St. Louis, Missouri

      1994 - 2004      Associate Professor of Medicine and Emergency Medicine
                       Chief, Division of Emergency Medicine
                       Washington University School of Medicine
                       St. Louis, Missouri

_     1985 - 1994      Director, Division of Emergency Medicine
                       St. Louis University Health Sciences Center
                       St. Louis, Missouri

      1990 - 1994      Associate Professor of Surgery and Medicine
                       St. Louis University Health Sciences Center
                       St. Louis, Missouri

      1989 - 1990      Associate Professor of Surgery
                       St. Louis University Health Sciences Center
                       St. Louis, Missouri

      1981 - 1989      Assistant Professor of Surgery and Medicine
                       St. Louis University Health Sciences Center
                       St. Louis, Missouri

      1979 - 1981      Instructor, Departments of Surgery and Medicine
                       St. Louis University Health Sciences Center
                       St. Louis, Missouri

University and Hospital Appointments and Committees:
      Hospital Appointments:
          Barnes-Jewish Hospital
          St. Louis Children's Hospital
      Committees:
          Member, Ethics Committee (1985)
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University and Hospital Appointments and Committees (continued):
          Member, Executive Committee (1992 - 1994)
          Member, AD Hoc Search Committee for Vice President, St. Louis University (1993)
          Member, Emergency Department Committee (1992 - 1994)
          Member, Service Chief Committee (1992 - 1994)
          Member, Professional Consultation Committee of the ACPE Program (1992 - 1994)
          Member, Faculty Senate (1991 - 1994)
          LCME Subcommittee on Governance and Administration
          Critical Care Committee (1994 – 2002)
          Disaster Management Committee (1997 – 2001)
          Emergency Department Steering Committee (Co-chair) (1999 – 2002)

Medical Licensure and Board Certification:
      Licensure:           Missouri MD R8023
      Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine (1979)
                           American Board of Emergency Medicine (1985, 1994, 2004)

Honors and Awards:
      Best Paper Presentation, 4th International Symposium on Intracranial Hemodynamics: Transcranial
      Doppler and Cerebral Blood Flow
      Pastoral Care Award, The Feast of St. Luke (1993)
      Outstanding Consultant Award, Annals of Emergency Medicine (1996)

Professional Societies and organizations:
       Fellow, American College of Emergency Physicians (1987-present)
       Missouri College of Emergency Physicians Board Member (1985-2003)
       ACEP Continuing Education Committee member, (1991-1993)
       ACEP Continuing Education Committee Chair, (1993-1995)
       National ACEP Counselor (1992-1998)
       Missouri College of Emergency Physicians Government Affairs Chair, (1994-1996)
       Missouri College of Emergency Physicians President elect, (1996-1997)
       President, Missouri College of Emergency Physicians (1997-1999)
       Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Research Committee, member (1997-1998)
       Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Research Committee, Chair (1998-2000)
       Founder and president, St. Louis Emergency Physicians Association (1989-1995)

Editorial Responsibilities:
       Editor, Video Journal of Cardiology (1987 - 1989)
       Medical Advisory Board, Pulse Video (1987 - 1997)
       Reviewer, Pulse Video (1990 - 1997)
       Reviewer, Academic Medicine (1992 - present)
       Reviewer, Annals of Emergency Medicine (1994 - present)
       Reviewer, Academic Emergency Medicine (1996 - present)
       Reviewer, American Journal of Emergency Medicine (1996-present)
       Ad hoc reviewer, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine abstracts (1994)
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Editorial Responsibilities (continued):
       Reviewer, Southern Medical Journal (1996-present)
       Editorial Board, Geriatric Emergency Medicine Reports (1999-present)
       Editorial Board, Academic Emergency Medicine (2002-present)

Grant Reviews:
      Missouri ACEP Grant Reviewer (1995 – present)
      SAEM Scholarly Sabbatical Grant Reviewer (1998-2000)
      SAEM Resident Research Grant Reviewer (1999-2000)
      American Geriatric Society Grant Reviewer (2002-2003)

Professional Societies and Organizations:
       Fellow, American College of Emergency Physicians
       Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
       American Medical Association
       St. Louis Metropolitan Medical Society
       ASTM
       American Board of Emergency Medicine (oral examiner)
       Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
       Member, Research Directions in Emergency Medicine Task Force (Josiah Macy
       Foundation report)

Major Presentations and Lectureships:

       Do emergency physicians follow the American College of Emergency Physicians' policy
       regarding the evaluation of non-traumatic chest pain in the ED? Southern Medical
       Association 85th Scientific Assembly, Atlanta, Georgia (November 1991)

       Geriatric emergencies. St. Louis University Summer Symposium on Geriatrics, Learning
       Resource Center, St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri (June 1992)

       COBRA and OBRA Legislation: Pitfalls for the consulting physician. OB/Gyn Grand
       Rounds, St. Mary's Health Center, Clayton, Missouri (June 1992)

       Pulmonary emergencies. Family Practice and Emergency Medicine Board Review
       Courses. Ritz Carlton Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri (July 1992)

       The initial stabilization and transport of the spinal cord injured patient. Third Annual
       Spinal Cord Injury Symposium, St. Louis University Learning Resources Center,
       St. Louis, Missouri (September 1992)

       Has the ACEP chest pain policy modified the evaluation and management of patients
       presenting to the ED with chest pain? Plenary Session, Society for Academic Emergency
       Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California (May 18, 1993)


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     Major Invited Professorships and Lectureships: (continued)

     Collaborative studies in emergency medicine. Geriatric Lunch Conference, Society for
     Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California (May 18,
     1993)

     Missed delirium in geriatric patients seen in the emergency department. Society for
     Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, (May 19,
     1993)

     Scientists at the Center program, head injury exhibit, St. Louis Science Center, St. Louis,
     Missouri (October 30, 1993)

     Recognition and acute management of panic disorder in the emergency room. National
     Institute of Health/National Institute of Mental Health. Panic Disorder Educational
     Program (January 14, 1994)

     Controversies in emergency medicine. Eighth Annual Scientific Assembly, Missouri
     chapter, American College of Emergency Physicians, Tan Tar A, Lake of the Ozarks,
     Missouri (August 5, 1995)

     Can diagnostic accuracy for detecting acute MI in the emergency department reach
     perfection? Presentation to the Missouri Valley Chapter of the American Society of
     Nuclear Cardiology, St. Louis, Missouri (December 4, 1996)

     The Evaluation and Management of Head Injury. Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds.
     Washington University Medical School. St. Louis, MO. March 12, 1998.

     Community Acquired Pneumonia: Therapeutic Options. Emergency Medicine
     Symposium. Las Cabos, Cabos San Marcos, Mexico. April 15, 1998.

     The Evaluation and Management of Head Injury. Emergency Medicine Symposium.
     Las Cabos, Cabos San Marcos, Mexico. April 16, 1998.

     The Evaluation and Management of Head Injury. Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds.
     Emory University. Atlanta, Georgia. December 21, 1999

     Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: An Evolving Concept. Emergency Medicine Grand
     Rounds. Washington University. St. Louis, Missouri. February 8, 2000

     The Biomechanics of Brain Injury and Injury Prevention. Anesthesia Grand Rounds.
     Washington University. St. Louis, Missouri. March 15, 2000




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Major Invited Professorships and Lectureships: (continued)

      The Role of Emergency Medicine in an Academic Medical Center. Surgery Grand
      Rounds. University Hospital, University of Missouri. Columbia, Missouri. March 18,
      2000

      The Biomechanics and Pathophysiology of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. American
      Society for Testing and Materials Symposium on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Orlando,
      Florida. November 14, 2000.

      Asthma 2000: An Update. Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds. Washington University.
      St. Louis, Missouri. November 28, 2000.

      Abdominal Pain in Seniors: A Headache for the Emergency Physician. Emergency
      Medicine Grand Rounds. Washington University. St. Louis, MO. September 4, 2001


      Consulting Relationships and Board Memberships:
      Injury prevention consultation: Bell Sports, Inc.
      Head & neck injury prevention consultant: American Society for Testing and Materials
      Head Injury Consultant: Head Blast Corporation
      Injury Prevention Consultant: ASAM Corporation


Research Support
a.    Governmental
      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Co-investigator: "Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction (TIMI):
      Phase II-B." Sponsored by the National Institute of Health. July 1987 - July 1988

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Co-investigator: "Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction (TIMI):
      Phase III Pilot." Sponsored by the National Institute of Health. August 1986-October
      1989

      Lawrence Lewis,MD, Co-investigator: "Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction (TIMI):
      Phase III A and B." Sponsored by the National Institute of Health. August 1989-present

b.    Nongovernmental
      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: "Evaluation of Chest Pain in the ED."
      Sponsored by Genentech, Inc. August 1989 - August 1990. $7,000

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: "Evaluation of Hand Injuries in the ED."
      Sponsored by Healthline Management, Inc. August 1989 - August 1990. $3,000

     Lawrence Lewis, MD, Co-investigator: "Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction (TIMI):
     Phase 5 Open Label." Sponsored by Ciba Giegy in association with the TIMI
     Investigational Group. July 1991 - June 1992
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Research Support
      b. Nongovernmental (continued)

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: "Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound in
      CPR." Sponsored by Surgical Research Institute. August 1991 - August 1992. $15,000

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: Grant to study effect of educational
      background on the quality of care rendered in the emergency department setting. 1992.
      Genentech - $7,000

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: Grant to study effect of educational
      background on the quality of care rendered in the emergency department setting. 1992.
      HealthLine Physician Services - $3,000

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: "Impact Attenuation of Playground
      Surfaces and Head Injuries Due to Impacts." Sponsored by Surgical Research Institute.
      August 1992 - August 1993. $15,000

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: "Gender Bias in the ED Evaluation of
      Chest Pain." Sponsored by Missouri ACEP. 1993. $750

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: "Use of Field Photography in Evaluation of
      Motor Vehicle Accident Victims." Sponsored by Missouri ACEP. 1993. $750

      Effectiveness of PEG-Superoxide Dismutase in Severe Closed Head Injury. November 1993
      November 1994. Sterling Winthrop, Inc. $90,000

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: "The Prevalence and Natural History of
      Delirium in an Outpatient Geriatric Population." Society for Academic Emergency
      Medicine, 1994 Geriatric Seed Grant - $18,000. Hartford Foundation-$20,000

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: "A Comparison of Endotracheal vs
      Intravenous Administration of Medications During Cardiac Arrest." Mallinckrodt
      Medical Association - December 1994 - Dec. 1996. $6,000

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: The Efficacy of Wrist Protective Devices to
      Prevent Fractures. Sponsored by Missouri ACEP. 1995. $2000

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: Evaluating Boxing Head Injuries.
      Sponsored by Missouri ACEP. 1996. $2000

      Lawrence Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: A Comparison of Quinolone to Biaxin for
      the Treatment of Outpatient Pneumonia. Sponsored by Bayer Corporation. 1996. $40,000

      Lawrence M. Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: A Comparison of Clean Intermittent

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Research Support
      b. Nongovernmental (continued)

       Catheterization with Closed System Sterile Intermittent Catheterization on The Incidence
       of Urinary Tract Infection and The Maintenance of Renal Function in Spinal Cord
       Injured Patients. Sponsored by MMG, Inc. 1997. $116,510

       Lawrence M. Lewis, MD, Principal Investigator: A Multicenter, randomized, Double-
       Blind Placebo Controlled Trial of Zarfirlukast (Accolate) in Subjects Admitted to the
       Emergency Department with Asthma Exacerbations. Sponsored by Zeneca, 1997.
       $113,400

       Lawrence M. Lewis, MD, Co-investigator: The use of a Rapid Bedside Diagnostic Test
       for Influenza. Sponsored by Biostar, 1998. $52,000

       Lawrence M. Lewis MD, Principal Investigator: A Comparison of Moxyfloxacin to
       Levaquin in the Treatment of Hospitalized Patients with Community Acquired
       Pneumonia. Sponsored by Bayer Corporation. 1999: $72,000

       Lawrence M. Lewis MD, Principal Investigator: Comparison of Methods for Prescription
       Delivery in the Emergency Department. Sponsored by Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Group
       2001: $20,650

       Lawrence M. Lewis MD, faculty sponsor: Does a headband reduce head impacts in
       soccer? Missouri College of Emergency Physicians 2001: $2,000

       Lawrence M. Lewis MD, Principal Investigator: Geriatric Abdominal Pain Project.
       Society for Academic Emergency Medicine/ American Geriatric Society 2002: $2,500

       Lawrence M. Lewis MD, Principal investigator: Does mild repetitive brain injury cause
       long-term cognitive impairment? Alzheimer’s Disease Research Council 2003: $26,750

       Lawrence M. Lewis MD, Principal investigator: Does mild repetitive brain injury cause
       long-term cognitive impairment in a transgenic mouse model? Foundation for Education
       and Research in Neurologic Emergencies/Emergency Medicine Foundation 2003:
       $50,000

Bibliography:
       a. Peer reviewed manuscripts
       1. Pollard CA, Lewis LM: Managing panic attacks in emergency patients. J Emerg
          Med 1989; 7:547-552
       2. Lewis LM, Ruoff B, Rush C, Stothert J: Is emergency department resuscitation of
          out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients who arrive pulseless worthwhile? Am J Emerg
          Med 1990; 8(2):118-120


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 a. Peer reviewed manuscripts (continued)

 3. Stothert JC, Stout MJ, Lewis LM, Keltner RM: High pressure percutaneous
    transtracheal ventilation: the use of large gauge intravenous-type catheters in the
    totally obstructed airway. Am J Emerg Med 1990; 8:184-189
 4. Lewis LM, Gomez CR, Ruoff BE, Gomez SM, Hall IS, Gasirowski B: Transcranial
    Doppler determination of cerebral perfusion in patients undergoing cardiopulmonary
    resuscitation: Methodology and Preliminary Findings. Ann Emerg Med 1990;
    19:1148-1152
 5. Lewis LM, Stothert JC, Kraus GE, Gomez CR, Goodgold H, Keltner RM: A
    comparison of transcranial Doppler ultrasound (TCD) and radioactive microspheres
    in determining cerebral perfusion in normal and low flow states. Resuscitation 1990;
    20:213-220
 6. Lewis LM, Ruoff BE, Docherty M, Fortney JP, Keltner RM, Jr., Britton P: Flexion-
    extension views in the evaluation of cervical-spine injuries. Ann Emerg Med 1991;
    20:117-121
 7. Gomez CR, Lewis LM, Gomez SM, Ruoff BE, Gasirowski B, Hall IS: Transcranial
    Doppler assessment of the cerebral hemodynamic effect of CPR in fatal cardiac
    arrest. J Neuroimaging 1992; 2:8-11
 8. Lewis LM, Heston TF, Ruoff BE, et al: Evaluating acute hand injuries in the
    emergency department. Am J Emerg Med 1992; 10:110-114
 9. Lewis LM, Kraus G, Awwad E, et al: A comparison of a single midline tomographic
    slice to a complete computerized tomographic scan of the head in identifying
    intracranial abnormalities requiring emergency treatment. South Med J 1992;
    85(4):348-350
10. Lewis LM, Stothert JC, Chandel B, et al: Correlation of end-tidal carbon dioxide to
    cerebral perfusion during CPR. Ann Emerg Med 1992; 29:1131-1134
11. Heston T, Lewis LM, et al: Gender bias in the evaluation and management of acute
    non-traumatic chest pain. Family Practice Research Journal 1992; 12 (4):383-389
12. Lewis LM, et al: Speeding CT scanning in head trauma. Emergency Medicine
    1992; 24 (4):51-55
13. Lewis LM, Lasater, LC, Heston, T: Has the ACEP chest pain policy modified the
    evaluation and management of patients presenting to the ED with chest pain Ann
    Emerg Med 1993; 22:5, 886-887
14. Lewis LM, Martin L, Hoffman T, Ruoff BE: Tissue and organ procurement in the
    Emergency Department setting. Am J Emerg Med 1993; 11(4): 347-349
15. Lewis LM, Naunheim R, Standeven J, Naunheim K: Quantitation of impact
    attenuation of different playground surfaces under various environmental conditions
    using a tri-axial accelerometer. J Trauma 1993; 35(6):932-935
16. Lewis LM, Lasater LC, Brooks C: Are emergency physicians stingy with analgesics?
    South Med J 1994; 87(1):7-9
17. Lewis LM, Lasater LC, et al: The frequency, distribution and management of
    injuries due to an ice storm in a large metropolitan area. South Med J 1994;
    87(2):174-178

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     a.   Peer reviewed manuscripts (continued)

     18. Lewis LM, Stothert JC, Gomez CR, Ruoff BE, et al: A non-invasive method for
         monitoring cerebral perfusion during cardiopulmonary resuscitation. J Crit Care
         1994; 9(3):169-174
     19. Lewis LM,Lasater LC, Ruoff BE: Failure of a chest pain clinical policy to modify
         physician evaluation and management. Ann Emerg Med 1995; 25(1):9-14
     20. Lewis LM, Miller, DK, Morley, JE, et al: Unrecognized delerium in ED geriatric
         patients: Am J. Emerg Med 1995; 13 (2):142-145
     21. Aghababian RV, Barsan WG, Lewis LM, et al. Research directions in emergency
         medicine. Ann Emerg Med, 1995; 27(3):339-342
     22. Steele MT, Lewis LM, Schwab RA, Perez NM, Watson, WA: Emergency medicine
         credentials in St. Louis and Kansas City: Does the presence of an emergency
         medicine residency program have a geographic difference? Ann Emerg Med 1996;
         28(1):27-30
     23. Miller DK, Lewis LM, Nork MJ, Morley JE: Controlled trial of a geriatric case-
         finding and liaison service in an Emergency Department. J Amer Geriat Soc 1996;
         44(5):513-20
     24. Parvin CA, Lo SF, Deuser SM, Weaver LG, Lewis LM, Scott MG: Impact of point-
         of-care testing on patients' length of stay in a large emergency department. Clin
         Chem 1996; 42(5):711-717
     25. Haase CE, Lewis LM, Kao B: Do estimates of emergency physician workforce
         underestimate current needs? Ann Emerg Med. 1996; 28(6):666-670
     26. Lewis LM, West OC, Standeven J, Jarvis HE: Do wrist guards prevent fractures?
         Ann Emerg Med. 1997; 29(6):766-769
     27. Larson MJ, Brooks CB, Leary WC, Lewis LM: Can Urinary Nitrite Results be Used
         to Guide Antimicrobial Choice for urinary tract Infection? J Emerg Med 1997; 15(4):
         435-438
     28. Lewis LM, Callaham ML, Kellermann AL, et al. Collaboration in Emergency
         Medicine Research: A consensus statement. Acad Emerg Med 1998;5:152-156
     29. Lewis LM, Callaham ML, Kellermann AL, et al. Collaboration in Emergency
         Medicine Research: A consensus statement. Annals Emerg Med 1998;31:160-165
     30) Wood KA, Lewis LM, Von Harz B, Kollef MA. Noninvasive Ventilation in the
         Emergency Department. Chest 1998; 113(5):1339-46
     31) Lewis LM, Lewis RJ, Younger JG, Callaham M: Research Fundamentals: I. Getting
         from Hypothesis to Manuscript: An Overview of the Skills Required for Success in
         Research. Acad Emer Med 1998; 6(9):924-929
     32) Hauff WR, Lewis, LM. Rescuing the Emergency department through Reengineering and
         Design. Proceedings of the International Conference and Exhibition on Health
         facility Planning, Design and Construction. Pgs 313-325. March 1999.
     33) Naunheim RS, Standeven J, Richter C, Lewis LM. A comparison of impact data in
         hockey, football, and soccer. J of Trauma 2000;48(5):938-941




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a.   Peer reviewed manuscripts (continued)

     34) Lewis LM, Naunheim RS, Standeven J, Lauryssen C, Richter C, Jeffords B.
         Do football helmets reduce acceleration of impact in blunt head injuries? Acad Emerg
         Med 2001; 8:604-609
     35) Lewis LM, Aubin C, Katz E. Abdominal Pathology. Atypical Presentation in the
         Elderly. Emed electronic Journal. July, 2001.
     36) Wright RS, Lewis LM, Jaffee A, et al. Elevations of cardiac Troponin I are
         associated with increased short-term mortality in non-cardiac critically ill emergency
         department patients. Am J Cardiology 2002;90: 634-636.
     37) Naunheim RS, Ryden AM, Standeven J, Genin G, Lewis LM, et al. Does soccer
         headgear attentuate the impact when heading a soccer ball? Acad Emerg Med
         2003;10:85-90
     38) Ginde AA, Von Harz BC, Turnbow D, Lewis LM. Comparison of Methods for
         Prescription Delivery in the Emergency Department. Am J Emerg Med 2003; 21:313-
         315
     39) Ruger, JP, Richter CJ, Lewis LM. Association between admission rate and insurance
          status in patients evaluated in the emergency department. Acad Emerg Med 2003;10:
         1285-1288
     40) Schootman M, Buchman TG, Lewis LM: National estimates of hospitalization
         charges for the acute care of traumatic brain injuries. Brain Injury 2003;17:983-990
     41) Bayly PV, Naunheim RS, Standeven J, Neubauer JS, Lewis LM, Genin GM. Linear
         and angular accelerations during heading of a soccer ball. Med Sci Sports Exerc
         2003;8:1406-1412
     42 Ullery, BS, Boyko AT, Banet GA, Lewis LM. "Colonic ischemia: an under-
         recognized cause of lower gastrointestinal bleeding." J Emerg Med 2004;27(1): 1-5.
     43) Creeley CE, Wozniak DF, Bayly PV, Olney JW, Lewis LM. Multiple episodes of
         mild traumatic brain injury result in impaired cognitive performance in mice. Acad
         Emerg Med 2004;11(8): 809-19.
     44) Ruger JP, Richter CJ, Spitznagel EL, Lewis LM (2004). "Analysis of costs, length of
         stay, and utilization of emergency department services by frequent users: implications
         for health policy." Acad Emerg Med 2004; 11: 1311-7
     45) Sampson HA, Munoz-Furlong A,….Lewis LM, et al. Symposium on the definition
         and management of anaphylaxis: summary report. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2005;
         115(3):584-91.
     46) Hustey FM, Meldon SW, Blanda M, Banet GA, Gerson LW, Lewis LM. The use of
         abdominal computed tomography in older ED patients with acute abdominal pain
         Am J Emerg Med 2005;23: 259-65
     47) Lewis LM, Banet GA, Blanda M, Hustey F, et al. Etiology and clinical course of
         abdominal pain in senior patients: a prospective, multicenter study. Journal of
         Gerontology: Medical Sciences 2005;60A: 1071-1076
     48) Sampson HA, Muñoz-Furlong A, Bock SA, et al. Second symposium on the
         definition and management of anaphylaxis: Summary report-Second National
         Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease/Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network
         symposium. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2006;117(2):391-7.

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a.   Peer reviewed manuscripts (continued)


     49) Ruger JP, Richter CJ, Spitznagel EL, Lewis LM. Clinical and Economic Factors
         Associated with Ambulance Use to the Emergency Department. Academic
         Emergency Medicine (in press)
     50) Sampson HA, Muñoz-Furlong A, Bock SA, ..Lewis LM, et al. Second symposium on
         the definition and management of anaphylaxis: Summary report-Second National
         Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease/Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network
         Symposium. Ann Emerg Med 2006;47:373-380

b.   Invited Publications
            Book Contributions:


     1.     Kern MJ, Lewis LM (contributing authors): Valvular Heart Disease. Chapter 45.
            in: Schwartz GR, Cayten CG, Mangelson MA, Mayer T (eds.), Principles and
            Practice of Emergency Medicine, 3rd Edition, 1992
     2.     Gomez C, Janosik D. Lewis LM: Transcranial Doppler in the Evaluation of
            Global Cerebral Ischemia: Syncope and Cardiac Arrest. in: Transcranial Doppler
            Ultrasonography. St. Louis: Mosby, pp. 141-149, 1993
     3.     Sanders MJ: Mosby's Paramedic Text. Third edition. Lewis LM and Quick G,
            Physician Advisors, May 1994
     4.     Kern MJ, Lewis LM (contributing authors): Valvular Heart Disease. Chapter 45.
            in: Schwartz GR, Cayten CG, Mangelson MA, Mayer T (eds.), Principles and
            Practice of Emergency Medicine, 4th Edition, 1998
     5.     Sanders MJ: Mosby's Paramedic Text. Fourth edition. Lewis LM and Quick G,
            Physician Advisors, February, 2000
     6.     Lewis LM, Levine MD, Dribben WH. Bites and Stings. In: Chapter 8
            Interdisciplinary Medicine. Dale DC, Federman DD, eds. WebMD Scientific
            American Medicine, September, 2002.
     7.     Lewis LM, Levine MD, Dribben WH. Bites and Stings. In: Chapter 8
            Interdisciplinary Medicine. Dale DC, Federman DD, eds. WebMD Inc., American
            New York, 2006.
     8.     Lewis LM. The Role of Imaging in Evaluating Emergency Patients with
            Abdominal Pain. In: Abdominal Emergencies. Cline D and Stead L, (eds.) 2006.

     Letters to the editor:

     1.     Lewis LM, Ellison R: EMTALA. Missouri Medicine 1999;96:240-241
     2.     Heston TF, Lewis LM: Gender bias in acute myocardial infarction. Comment on:
     3.     Lewis LM. JCAHO Standards: The death of Common Sense. ACEP News;2003
     4.     Lewis LM. Analysis of costs, length of stay, and utilization of emergency
            department services by frequent users: implications for health policy. Acad Emerg
            Med. 2005 Jun;12(6):575; author reply 576.

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Abstracts:
      1.     Lewis LM, Docherty M, Ruoff BE, Fortney JP, Britton P: The Usefulness of
             Flexion-Extension Cervical Spine Radiographs in Trauma Patients with Neck
             Pain. Ann Emerg Med: 18, 914, 1989.
      2.     Lewis LM, Gomez, CR, Ruoff, BE, et al: Transcranial Doppler Determination of
             Cerebral Perfusion in Patients Undergoing CPR; Annals Emerg Med 18:456,
             1989
      3.     Lewis LM, Gomez CR, Stothert JC, et al: A Comparison of Transcranial Doppler
             Ultrasound (TCD) and Radioactive Microspheres in Determining Cerebral
             Perfusion in Normal and Low Flow States. Annals Emerg Med 19:488, 1990.
      4.     Gomez CR, Lewis LM, Gomez SM, et al: Assessment of the Cerebral
             Hemodynamic Effect of CPR Uc sing Transcranial Doppler. Neurol 40: (Suppl 1)
             145, 1990.
      5.     Gomez CR, Lewis LM, Wade JB, et al: Tanscranial Doppler Monitoring of
             Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Logistics of Human and Animal
             Experimentation. J. of Cardiovasc Technology, 1990.
      6.     Lewis LM, Heston T, Rush C, SLEPA: A Comparison of Care Rendered by ED
             Physicians with Varying Medical Backgrounds. S. Med J, 83: 2S-19, 1990.
      7.     Lewis LM, Kraus G, Awwad E: Comparison of a Single Midline Cut to a
             Complete CT Scan in Determining Intracranial Abnormalities Requiring
             Emergent Treatment. S Med J 83: 2S-20, 1990.
      8.     Chandel B, Scott H, Kurtz M, Lewis LM, Standeven J: The Use of Transit-Time
             Ultrasound to Validate Intra-Orbital Transcranial Doppler Measurements of
             Cerebral Blood Flow During Low Flow States. FASEB, 1991.
     9.      Lewis LM, Standeven J, Chandel B, Kurt M, Stothert J, Fortney J: Correlation of
             End-tidal CO2 to Cerebral Blood Flow During Low Flow States. Ann Emerg Med
             21(9): 1131-1134, 1991.
     10.     Rose J, Lewis LM: Directed Group Interaction Case Presentation Modules to
             Teach Principles and Practices in Emergency Medicine to Second-Year Medical
             Students. Ann Emerg Med: 20:4, 465, 1991.
     11.     Lewis LM, Heston T, Mecker R, Lasater LC, Rush C: Do emergency physicians
             follow the American College of Emergency Physicians' policy regarding the
             evaluation of non-traumatic chest pain in the ED? S Med J. 84: 2S-23, 1991.
     12.     Heston T, Lewis LM: Gender-specific differences in the evaluation and
             management of chest pain. S Med J: 2S-23, 1991.
     13.     Lewis LM, et al: Flexion-Extension Views in Evaluation of Cervical Spine
             Injuries. Orthopedics/Rheumatology Digest 10:31-21, 1991.
     14.     Naunheim R, Lewis LM, Standeven J, Naunheim K: Quantitation of Impact Attenuation of
             Different Playground Surfaces with a Tri-axial Accelerometer.. Ann Emerg Med:
             21(5): 607, 1992.
     15.     Lewis LM, Lasater LC: Are Emergency Physicians Stingy with Analgesics? S.
             Med J 85:9, 3S-28, 1992.
     16.     Lewis LM, Lasater LC, Heston T: Has the ACEP Chest Pain Policy Modified the
             Evaluation and Management of Patients Presenting to the ED with Chest Pain.
             Ann Emerg Med 22(5):886-887, 1993.

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      17.     Lewis LM, Naunheim R, Pittman T, Tricamo J, Bhugol C: A Comparison
              Between Magnesium Headforms and Instrumented Human Cadaver Heads in
              Measuring Peak Acceleration of Impact. Ann Emerg Med: 22(5): 900, 1993.
     18.      Lewis LM, Miller DK, Morley JE, Nork MJ: Missed Delirium in Geriatric
              Patients Seen in the Emergency Department. Ann Emerg Med: 22(5): 950, 1993.
     19.      Haase CE, Lewis LM, Kao B: Is the American College of Emergency Physicians'
              (ACEP) calculated number of practicing emergency physicians underestimating
              current needs. Acad Emerg Med 21. 2(5): 349, 1995.
     20.      Steele MT, Lewis LM, Schab RA,et al. Emergency Medicine Staffing
              Characteristics in St. Louis and Kansas City. Does the presence of an Emergency
              Medicine Residency Program Make a Difference? Acad Emerg Med 2(5):440,
              1995.
     21.      Lewis LM, West C: Do wrist guards prevent fractures? Acad Emerg Med 3(5):50,
              1996.
     22. Fortney JP, Hall J, Lewis LM, et al: Comparison of Rapid Sequence Intubation with
          Conscious Sedation or Awake Intubation in the ED. Acad Emerg Med 3(5):459,
          1996.
     23. Lewis LM, Standeven J, Watson J, et al: Bone Preservation Does Not Adversely
          Influence Impact Resistance. FASEB, 1997.
     24. Wood KA, Kollef MH, Lewis LM. Noninvasive Ventilation in the Emergency
          Department. Great Lakes Lung Conference 1997
     25. Willmore TM, Gallahue F, Cramner H, Lindner J, Ladenson JH, Lewis LM
          Influence of Troponin I in Emergency Department Patients. American Heart
          Association; November 1997
     26. Hall J, Lewis LM, Lefton C, Hodge D, Storch G: Use of a bedside test for
          the rapid diagnosis of influenza. Acad Emerg Med. 1998. Presented SAEM
          annual scientific meeting. San Francisco, California.
      27. Piemann N, Lewis LM. The effect of increasing the speed limit on fatality rates due
           to motor vehicle crashes. Presented Southern Medical Association Annual Meeting
           1998. New Orleans, Louisiana.
     28. Richter C, Standeven J, Naunheim R, Lewis LM: A measure of head impacts in
          hockey, football and soccer. Are kids’ head safe? Ann Emerg Med 2000
      29. Tan D, Kalina J, Lewis LM: Evaluation of EMS management training during
          emergency medicine residency: A 10 year follow-up. J. National Association of
          EMS Physicians. 2000
      30. Genin GM, Bayly PV, Naunheim R, Lewis LM: Do headbands reduce the angular
           acceleration of the head during heading of a soccer ball? Proceedings of the
           Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting, Duke University. Durham, NC.
           October 4-7, 2001
      31. Leone C, Garrison T, Rauscher S, Lewis L: Coexistance of regulatory compliance
          and personal comfort among employees in a hospital Emergency Department.
      32. Ullery B, Boyko A, Lewis LM. Intestinal ischemia masquerading as lower GI
          bleeding. Acad Emerg Med 2002
      33. Boyko A, Ullery B, Lewis LM. Sensitivity of CT to detect mesenteric ischemia.
           Acad Emerg Med 2002
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      34. Ruger JP, Richter CJ, Lewis LM, Banet GA. Frequent utilization of the emergency
           department is not a marker of low acuity illness. Ann Emerg Med S12
      35. Ruger JP, Richter CJ, Lewis LM, Banet GA. Ambulance utilization practices: Is
           911-taxi a myth?Ann Emerg Med 2002;S92
      36. Lee J, O’Neill S, Trigenis E, Banet G, Asaro P, Blanda M, Hustey F, Lewis LM.
           The usefulness of computerized tomography in the evaluation of abdominal pain in
           elderly patients. Ann Emerg Med 2002;S57
      37. O’Neill S, Trigenis E, Lee J, Banet G, Asaro P, Blanda M, Hustey F, Lewis LM.
           Rectal examination in the emergency evaluation of abdominal pain in elderly
           patients. Ann Emerg Med 2002;S83
      38. Ryden A, Naunheim, Lewis LM. Impact studies of four different soccer headgear
           using magnesium headforms. Ann Emerg Med 2002;EMF-20
      39. Tarsi J, Holmes J, Lewis L, Zimmerman N, Castro M, Grayson M: Risk Factors for
           Asthma Relapse in a High-Risk Inner-City Adult Population ACEP's Annual
           Research Meeting, Boston, MA, 2003
      40. Tarsi J, Sterner L, Sterner A, Lewis L: Patterns of Relapse and Recidivism in
           Frequent Users of the Pediatric Emergency Department for Asthma. ACEP
           Research Forum, Boston, MA, 2003
      41. Tarsi J, Grayson M, Castro M, Lewis LM. Emergency Department Adherence to
           National Guidelines for Asthma: A Comparison of Urban, Suburban and Rural
           Facilities ACEP Research Forum. October 2003. Boston, MA
      42. Tarsi J, Lewis L, Zimmerman N, Castro M, Grayson M: Disrepancies between
           Survey Responses and Chart Review Data: Do We Practice What We Preach? ACEP
           Research Forum, Boston, MA, 2003
      43. Jang TB, Uzbielo A, Sineff S, Scott M, Nauheim R, Lewis L: Urine Trypsinogen:
           A Quick and Useful Test for Pancreatitis in the Emergency Department ACEP
           Research Forum, Boston, MA, 2003
      44. Banet GA, McClay JC, Lewis LM: Epidemiology and Evaluation of Abdominal
           Pain in Elderly Patients: A Comparison Between the National Health Ambulatory
           Medical Care Survey and a Prospective Multi-center Study. ACEP Research Forum,
           Boston, MA, 2003
      45. Hustey FM, Meldon SW, Lewis LM, Banet GA, Blanda M: The Use and Utility of
           Computed Tomography Scan in Older Emergency Department Patients with Acute
           Abdominal Pain ACEP's Research Forum, Boston, MA, 2003
      46. Lewis LM, Asaro PV, Blanda M, Gerson LG, Hustey FM, Meldon SW, Shapshak
           D, Banet GA: Etiology and Natural History of Elderly Emergency Department
           Patients with Abdominal Pain: A Multi-center Study. ACEP Research Forum,
           Boston, MA, 2003
      47. Ruger JP, Richter CJ, Lewis LM. Improving Accuracy of Triage of "Borderline"
           Patients. SAEM Annual Meeting. 10 vol. Boston, MA: Acad Emerg Med; 2003.
      48. Ruger JP, Richter CJ, Lewis LM. Patterns and Factors Associated with "Increased"
           and "Intensive" Emergency Department Utilization: Implications for Allocating
           Resources. SAEM Annual Meeting. 10 vol. Boston, MA: Acad Emerg Med; 2003


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       49. Creeley CE, Bayly PV, Wozniak DF, Lewis LM. Multiple Episodes of Mild
           Traumatic Brain Injury Impair Cognitive Performance in Mice. SAEM Annual
           Meeting. 10 vol. Boston: Acad Emerg Med; 2003:477.
       50. Hustey FM, Lewis L, Banet G. The Natural History of Older Emergency
           Department Patients with Non-specific Abdominal Pain. SAEM Annual Meeting.
           Orlando, FL; 2004.
       51. Lewis L, Banet G, Asaro, P, Williams D. The Effect of Physician Triage on
           Elopement Rates, Throughput, and Patient Satisfaction. SAEM Annual Meeting.
           Orlando, FL; 2004.
       52. Larson JE, Banet GA, Tran TP, Lewis LM. Do Emergency Physicians
           Underutilize Epinephrine in the Treatment of Anaphylaxis? SAEM Midwest
           Regional Research Forum. Milwaukee, WI, 2004.
       53. Ross LM, Banet GA, Bavolek RA, Blanda M, Hustey FM, Meldon S, Gerson LW,
           Lewis LM. The Usefulness of Abdominal CT in Diagnostic and Disposition
           Decision-making in the Emergency Evaluation of Seniors with Abdominal Pain.
           SAEM Midwest Regional Research Forum. Milwaukee, WI, 2004.
       54. Asaro PV, Lewis LM, Boxerman SB. Linear Regression Analysis to Assess the
           Impact of System Factors on Length of Stay, Wait Time, and Treatment Time in a
           Large Urban Emergency Department. SAEM Midwest Regional Research Forum.
           Milwaukee, WI, 2004.
       55. Asaro PV, Lewis LM, Boxerman SB. Logistic Regression Analysis of the
           Determinants of Renege Likelihood in a Large Urban Emergency Department.
           SAEM Midwest Regional Research Forum. Milwaukee, WI, 2004.
       56. Bavolek RA, Banet GA, Lewis, L.M. Does Abdominal CT Alter Diagnosis and
           Disposition in Seniors who Present to the Emergency Department with Abdominal
           Pain? Medical Students' Research Forum. Washington University in St. Louis, MO,
           2004.
       57. Ross LM, Banet GA, Meldon SW, Hustey FM, Blanda M, Gerson LW, Lewis
           LM: The Usefulness of Abdominal Computed Tomography in Diagnostic and
           Disposition Decision-making in the Emergency Evaluation of Seniors with
           Abdominal Pain. ACEP Research Forum, San Francisco, CA, 2004.
       58. Lewis LM, Bayly PV, Dikranian K, Black E, Creelay C, Wozniak D, Olney J.
           Apolipoprotein deficient mice are more susceptible to mild traumatic brain injury
           than are wild-type mice. ACEP Research Forum, San Francisco, CA, 2004.
       59. Cummings S, Lewis LM, Boxerman S, Banet GA. Increased Primary Care Access:
           Can It Reduce ED Overcrowding? Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
           Annual Meeting, New York, NY. May, 2005
       60. Wood A, Lewis LM. Identifying Drug Interactions in the Emergency Department
           Using Epocrates® as a Handheld Drug Information Database. Society for Academic
           Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. May, 2006
       61. Alpert EN, Lebo BL, Banet GA, Lewis LM. Comparison of demographic, clinical,
           and attitudinal factors between urgent And non-urgent ED users. Society for
           Academic Emergency Medicine Regional Meeting, Syracuse, NY. April, 2006
       62. Lebo BL, Alpert EN, Banet GA, Lewis LM. Comparison of demographic, clinical,
           and attitudinal factors between urgent and non-urgent ED users. Society for
           Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. May, 2006
63. Lewis LM, Dikranian K, Bayly PV, et al. Does traumatic brain injury trigger
    delayed neuronal death through apoptosis? Society for Academic Emergency
    Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. 2006

				
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