Anish K Agarwal, MD, MPH, MS

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Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Emergency Medicine

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Department of Emergency Medicine
423 Guardian Drive
428 Blockley Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-573-9359
MPH (Public Health)
Tufts University School of Public Health, 2011.
MD (Medicine)
Tufts University School of Medicine, 2011.
MSHP (Health Science Policy)
University of Pennsylvania, 2019.
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Selected Publications

Agarwal Anish K, Pelullo Arthur P, Merchant Raina M: "Told": the Word Most Correlated to Negative Online Hospital Reviews. Journal of general internal medicine 34(7): 1079-1080, Jul 2019.

Agarwal Anish K, Foster Sean, Mrad Carolina Garzon, Martino Brooks, Snider Christopher K, Mazzone Leighann, Fasnacht Allen, Patton Kelly, Edwards Christopher, Flamma John: Nursing driven approaches to improving emergency department discharge. The American journal of emergency medicine Feb 2019.

Agarwal AK, Mahoney K, Lanza AL, Klinger EV, Asch DA, Fausti N, Tufts C, Ungar L, Merchant RM: Online Ratings of the Patient Experience: Emergency Departments Versus Urgent Care Centers. Ann Emerg Med Nov 2018 Notes: j.annemergmed.2018.09.029. [Epub ahead of print]

Agarwal AK, Gaieski DF: Blood culture contamination and ED crowding. Is there a connection? Am J Emerg Med 36(2): 326-27, Feb 2018.

Gaieksi DF, Agarwal AK, Mikkelsen ME, Drumheller B, Sante SC, Shofer FS, Goyal M, Pines JM: The impact of emergency department crowding on early interventions and mortality in patients with severe sepsis. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 35(7): 953-60, Jul 2017.

Gaieski DF, Agarwal AK, Abella BS, Neumar RW, Mechem C, Carter SW, Shofer FS, Leary M, Pajerowski WP, Becker LB, Carr B, Merchant R, Band R.: Adult out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in Philadelphia from 2008-2012: An epidemiological study. Resuscitation(115), 17-22, Jun 2017.

Agarwal Anish K, Gaieski David F: Response to letter regarding article, "The impact of emergency department crowding upon early interventions and mortality in patients with severe sepsis." The American journal of emergency medicine 35(10): 1563, 10 2017.

Agarwal Anish K, Gaieski David F, Perman Sarah M, Leary Marion, Delfin Gail, Abella Benjamin S, Carr Brendan G: Telemedicine REsuscitation and Arrest Trial (TREAT): A feasibility study of real-time provider-to-provider telemedicine for the care of critically ill patients. Heliyon 2(4): e00099, Apr 2016.

Drumheller BC, Agarwal AK, Mikkelsen ME, Sante SC, Weber AL, Goyal M, Gaieski DF: Risk factors for mortality despite early protocolized resuscitation for severe sepsis and septic shock in the emergency department. J Crit Care 31(1): 13-20, Feb 2016.

Holena DN, Agarwal AK, Allen SA, Martin ND, Judd H, Chung J, Carr BG: The use of telesurgical consultation to expand acess to acute surgical care: a pilot trial of feasibility. Ann of Emerg Med 66(4): S66-67, Oct 2015.

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