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overview Simon A. Mahler, MD, MS, is a Professor and Vice Chair of Clinical Research for the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. He completed a Master of Science in Clinical and Population Translational Sciences at Wake Forest University and a T-32 mentored research program in Quality Care and Outcomes Research in Cardiovascular Disease. Dr. Mahler has led several important clinical trials examining care pathways for patients with acute chest pain and is widely recognized as an expert in the risk stratification of Emergency Department patients with possible acute coronary syndrome.
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Academic Article Clinical sobriety assessment by emergency physicians in blunt trauma patients with acute alcohol exposure.
Academic Article Resuscitation with balanced electrolyte solution prevents hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis in patients with diabetic ketoacidosis.
Academic Article Can the HEART score safely reduce stress testing and cardiac imaging in patients at low risk for major adverse cardiac events?
Academic Article Provider-directed imaging stress testing reduces health care expenditures in lower-risk chest pain patients presenting to the emergency department.
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Academic Article Avoidable utilization of the chest pain observation unit: evaluation of very-low-risk patients.
Academic Article Stress CMR reduces revascularization, hospital readmission, and recurrent cardiac testing in intermediate-risk patients with acute chest pain.
Academic Article Identifying patients for early discharge: performance of decision rules among patients with acute chest pain.
Academic Article The HEART Pathway randomized trial: identifying emergency department patients with acute chest pain for early discharge.
Academic Article Performance of the EDACS-accelerated Diagnostic Pathway in a Cohort of US Patients with Acute Chest Pain.
Academic Article Clinical decision aids for chest pain in the emergency department: identifying low-risk patients.
Academic Article Monocyte Chemoattractant Protein-1 as a Predictor of Coronary Atherosclerosis in Patients Receiving Coronary Angiography.
Academic Article Usefulness of Serial 12-Lead Electrocardiograms in Predicting 30-Day Outcomes in Patients With Undifferentiated Chest Pain (the ASAP CATH Study).
Academic Article ACES (Accelerated Chest Pain Evaluation With Stress Imaging) Protocols Eliminate Testing Disparities in Patients With Chest Pain.
Academic Article Response by Mahler et al to Letter Regarding Article, "Safely Identifying Emergency Department Patients With Acute Chest Pain for Early Discharge: HEART Pathway Accelerated Diagnostic Protocol".
Academic Article Safely Identifying Emergency Department Patients With Acute Chest Pain for Early Discharge.
Academic Article Point-of-Care Troponin Testing during Ambulance Transport to Detect Acute Myocardial Infarction.
Academic Article HEART Pathway Implementation Safely Reduces Hospitalizations at One Year in Patients With Acute Chest Pain.
Academic Article Identification of very low-risk acute chest pain patients without troponin testing.
Grant Enhancing Rural Health via Cardiovascular Telehealth for Rural Patients (E-VICTORS) Project
Academic Article Prehospital Time Disparities for Rural Patients with Suspected STEMI.
Academic Article Major adverse cardiac event rates in moderate-risk patients: Does prior coronary disease matter?
Academic Article Scoring systems for the triage and assessment of short-term cardiovascular risk in patients with acute chest pain.
Academic Article Monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 is not predictive of cardiac events in patients with non-low-risk chest pain.
Academic Article Prehospital time for patients with acute cardiac complaints: A rural health disparity.
Academic Article EMS blood collection from patients with acute chest pain reduces emergency department length of stay.
Academic Article The ethical dilemma of emergency department patients with low-risk chest pain.
Academic Article The disutility of stress testing in low-risk HEART Pathway patients.
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