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Munish Goyal, MD

Munish Goyal, MD

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Adjunct Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Department: Emergency Medicine

Contact information
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
110 Irving Street, NW
NA 1177
Washington, DC 20010
Office: 202-877-2119
Education:
B.S. (Biology)
Virginia Commonwealth University, 1996.
M.D.
Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, 2000.
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Description of Research Expertise

I focus on studying implementation of intensive care procedures and processes in the Emergency Department. Examples include the implementation of early goal-directed therapy for severe sepsis and septic shock, post-cardiac arrest hypothermia, and early antibiotics for severe sepsis.

Description of Clinical Expertise

I focus on the implementation and quality improvement of critical care in the Emergency Department. Examples include the implementation of early goal-directed therapy for severe sepsis and septic shock, post-cardiac arrest hypothermia, and early antibiotics for severe sepsis.

Selected Publications

Fairbanks RJ, Goyal M, Marks A: Renal Failure and Dialysis Patients: What the EMS Provider Should Know. Emergency Medical Services 34(6), June 2005.

Goyal M, Spencer S, Adkins E, Sweeney T: Unrecognized Improperly Located Endotracheal Tubes in the Pre-hospital Setting. Annals of Emergency Medicine. Mosby, 42: S73, October 2003.

Goyal M, Zlupko G: Parasites. Emergency Medicine Self-Assessment & Review. Thomas H, O'Connor RE, Hoffman G, Schwartz E (eds.). Mosby,(Ch 127), 2002.

Chalasani K, Nettleman MD, Moore SS, MacArthur S, Fairbanks RJ, Goyal M: Faculty Misperceptions About How Residents Spend Their Nights on Call. JAMA 286(9): 1024, September 2001.

Moore SS, Nettleman MD, Beyer S, Chalasani K, Fairbanks RJ, Goyal M, Carter M: How Residents Spend Their Nights on Call. Academic Medicine 75: 1021-24, 2000.

Fairbanks RJ, Goyal M, Gehr TWB: Renal Failure & Dialysis Patients. VEMS-TV (“EMSAT” educational program). Office of Emergency Medical Services, Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, VA. Office of Emergency Medical Services, Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, VA, December 1998.

Alfaro DV, Roth DB, Laughlin RM, Goyal M, Liggett PE. : Pediatric Post-traumatic Endophthalmitis. British Journal of Ophthalmology 79: 88-91, 1995.

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Last updated: 06/06/2014
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