Anthony J. Dean, MD

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Emeritus Professor CE of Emergency Medicine
Department: Emergency Medicine

Contact information
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department of Emergency Medicine
Ground Floor, Ravdin Building
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-4283
Office: 215.662.6962
Fax: 215.662.3953
Education:
B.A. (Honors, Philosophy and Literature)
University of Warwick, Warwickshire, England, 1977.
M.D.
Temple University School of Medicine , 1984.
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Description of Research Expertise

Emergency Ultrasound

Description of Clinical Expertise

Emergency Ultrasound

Selected Publications

Hall EA, Showaihi I, Shofer FS, Panebianco NL, DeanAJ: Ultrasound evaluation of the airway in the ED: a feasibility study. Critical Ultrasound Journal 10(1), January 2018.

Panebianco NL, Shofer FS, O’Conor KJ, Wihbey T, Mulugeta L, Suzuki EH, Alghamdi AN, Dean AJ: Emergency Department Patient Perceptions of Transvaginal Ultrasound for Complications of First Trimester Pregnancy. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine In Press 2018.

Paniagua-Avila MA, Messenger E, Nelson CA, Calgua E, Barg FK, Bream KW, Compher C, Dean AJ, Martinez-Siekavizza S, Puac-Polanco V, Richmond TS, Roth RR, Branas CC. : The Guatemala-Penn Partners: an innovative inter-institutional model for scientific capacity-building, healthcare education, and public health. Frontiers in Public Health (5), 1-9, 2017.

Henwood PC, Mackenzie DC, Liteplo AS, Rempell JS, Murray AF, Leo MM, Dukundane D, Dean AJ, Rulisa S, Noble VE: Point-of-care ultrasound use, accuracy, and impact on clinical decision making in Rwanda hospitals. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine 36(6): 1189-1194, 2017.

Vinograd A, Zorc JJ, Dean, AJ, Funari MK, Chen AE: First attempt success, longevity and complication rates of ultrasound guided peripheral intravenous catheters in children. Accepted to Pediatric Emergency Care 2016.

Panebianco NL, Shofer F, Fields JM, Anderson K, Mangili A, Matsuura A, Dean AJ. : The utility of transvaginal ultrasound in the ED evaluation of complications of first trimester pregnancy. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 30(6): 743-8, 2015.

Fields JM; Fischer JI; Anderson KL; Mangili A; Panebianco NL; Dean AJ: The ability of renal ultrasound and ureteral jet evaluation to predict 30-day outcomes in patients with suspected nephrolithiasis. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(10): 1402-6, 2015.

Smith-Bindman R, Aubin, C, Bailitz J, Bengiamin RN, Camargo CA, Corbo J, Dean AJ, Goldstein RB, Griffey RT, Jay GD, Kang TL, Kriesel DR, Ma OJ, Mallin M, Manson W, Melnikow J, Miglioretti DL, Miller SK, Mills LD, Miner JR, Moghadassi M, Noble VE, Press GM, Stoller ML, Valencia VE, Wang J, Wang RC, Cummings SR, et al. : Ultrasonography versus Computed Tomography for Suspected Nephrolithiasis New England Journal of Medicine 371: 1100-10, 2014.

Chrestiana D, Cheng AB, Panebianco NL, Dean AJ.: Pitfalls in cervical ectopic pregnancy diagnosis by emergency medicine physicians using bedside ultrasonography: a case report American Journal of Emergency Medicine 32(4): 397.e1 – 397.e3, 2014.

Henwood PC, Mackenzie DC, Rempell JS, Murray AF, Leo MM, Dean AJ, Liteplo AS, Noble VE. : A Practical Guide to Self-Sustaining Point-of-Care Ultrasound Education Programs in Resource-Limited Settings Annals of Emergency Medicine 64: 277-85, 2014.

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Last updated: 08/28/2018
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