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Mucio Kit Delgado, MD, MS

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Department: Emergency Medicine

Contact information
Department of Emergency Medicine
933 Blockley Hall, 423 Guardian Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-746-8256
Fax: 215-573-2265
Education:
B.A. (Public/International Affairs)
Princeton University, 2001.
M.D. (Doctor of Medicine)
Columbia University, 2006.
M.S. (Health Services Research)
Stanford University School of Medicine, 2012.
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Selected Publications

Kauffman, EJ, Rising, KL, Wiebe, DJ, Ebler, DJ, Crandall, ML, Delgado, MK: Recurrent Violent Injury: Magnitude, Risk Factors, and Opportunities for Intervention from a Statewide Analysis. American Journal of Emergency Medicine Sept 2016.

Delgado, MK, Wanner, KJ, McDonald, CM. : Adolescent cellphone use while driving: promising future directions for intervention. Media and Communication 4(3), June 2016.

Newgard CD, Yang Z, Nishijima D, McConnell KJ, Trent SA, Holmes JF, Daya M, Mann NC, Hsia RY, Rea TD, Wang NE, Staudenmayer K, Delgado MK: Cost-Effectiveness of Field Trauma Triage among Injured Adults Served by Emergency Medical Services. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 222(6): 1125-37, June 2016.

Delgado, MK, Meisel, ZF: Harnessing the power of administrative data for measuring the regionalization of emergency care. Academic Emergency Medicine 22(2): 221-23, Feb 2015.

Yokell, MA, Delgado, MK, Zaller, ND, Wang, NE, McGowan, AB, Green, TC: Prescription and non-prescription opioid overdose presentations to US emergency departments JAMA Internal Medicine 174(12): 2034-7, Dec 2014.

Delgado M Kit, Yokell Michael A, Staudenmayer Kristan L, Spain David A, Hernandez-Boussard Tina, Wang N Ewen: Factors associated with the disposition of severely injured patients initially seen at non–trauma center emergency departments: disparities by insurance status. JAMA Surgery 149(5): 422-30, May 2014.

Delgado MK, Wang NE, Owens DK, Weir SM, Goldhaber-Fiebert JD: Cost-effectiveness of helicopter versus ground emergency medical services for trauma scene transport in the United States. Annals of Emergency Medicine 62(4): 351-364.e19, Apr 2013.

Delgado M Kit, Liu Vincent, Pines Jesse M, Kipnis Patricia, Gardner Marla N, Escobar Gabriel J: Risk factors for unplanned transfer to intensive care within 24 hours of admission from the emergency department in an integrated healthcare system. Journal of Hospital Medicine 8(1): 13-9, Jan 2013.

Delgado M Kit, Newgard Craig D, Hsia Renee Y: Helicopter vs ground transportation for patients with trauma. JAMA 308(6): 563, Aug 2012.

Delgado M Kit, Acosta Colleen D, Ginde Adit A, Wang N Ewen, Strehlow Matthew C, Khandwala Yash S, Camargo Carlos A: National survey of preventive health services in US emergency departments. Annals of Emergency Medicine 57(2): 104-108.e2, Feb 2011.

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