Rachel Rempell, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Department: Pediatrics

Contact information
3400 Civic Center Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-590-1944
Fax: 215-590-4454
Education:
Bachelor (Bachelor of Arts - History)
Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 2000.
MD (Doctor Of Medicine)
Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY, 2005.
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Selected Publications

Miller A, Krauss B, Monuteaux, M, Rempell R. : Point of Care Ultrasound Gastric Volume Assessment of Pediatric Patients with Acute Injury in the Emergency Department. Pediatric Academic Society SA, San Francisco, CA May 2017.

Lin M, Neuman, M, Monuteaux, M, Rempell R. : Patient/Caregiver Satisfaction Regarding the Use of Point-of-Care Ultrasound in a Pediatric Emergency Department; Pediatric Academic Society SA, San Francisco, CA May 2017.

Musisca M, Neuman, M, Adams, C, Monuteaux, M, Rempell R. : Interventions to Increase Bedside Use in a Pediatric Emergency Department. Pediatric Academic Society SA, San Francisco, CA May 2017.

Neal J and Rempell R. : Idiopathic Pericardial Effusion in a Pediatric Patient. Image in Medicine. Annals of Emergency Medicine. In Press 2017.

Brenkert, T, Adams, C, Vieira R, Rempell R. : Peritoneal Fluid Localization on FAST Examination in Pediatric Trauma Patient. American Journal of Emergency Medicine. In Press 2017.

Marin, J. Gallagher R., et. al, Lewiss, R: Indications, Curriculum Objectives, and Standardized Reporting Guidelines for Pediatric Point-of-Care US. Critical Ultrasound Journal In press 2017.

Miller, A, Rempell, R. : Review Commentary of Ultrasound Use in Lumbar Puncture. Yearbook in Pediatrics; Elsevier, Philadelphia, PA. In Press In Press 2017.

Gallagher R., Chiang V. : Seizures. Rauch D, Gershel JC, eds. Manual of Inpatient Pediatrics. Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics; in press 2017.

Miller, A, Nagler, J, Levy, J and Rempell R: Point of Care Ultrasound to Diagnose a Post-Pericardiotomy Syndrome in a Child. Pediatric Emergency Care In press 2017.

Werner H, Monuteaux M, Gallagher R, Levy JL. : Improving physician competency in ultrasound guided central venous access, Pediatr Emerg Care 32(1): 1-5, January 2016.

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