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Emergency Medical Associates Physicians to Present Research at American College of Emergency Physicians 2011 Scientific Assembly


Several Emergency Medical Associates physician partners will deliver poster presentations during the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) 2011 Scientific Assembly Oct. 15-18 in San Francisco.

  • Barnet Eskin, MD, and John Allegra, MD, will co-present “An Alternative Approach to Community Consultation for Emergency Research Without Informed Consent.”
  • Barnet Eskin, MD, and John Allegra, MD, will co-present “The Percentage of Congestive Heart Failure Patients Discharged from the Emergency Department is Decreasing.”
  • Brian Walsh, MD, and Oliver Hung, MD, will co-present “Imposed Educational Requirements for Pre-Hospital Providers Relating to Patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder."
  • Frederick Fiesseler, DO; Neeraja Kairam, MD; and Dennis Cochrane, MD, will co-present “Intussusception Incidence Does Not Correlate with Gastrointestinal Disease.”
  • Frederick Fiesseler, DO; David Salo, MD; and Diane Calello, MD, will co-present “Are Patients Who Are Diagnosed with SAH by LP More Likely to Have a Delayed Presentation?”
  • Brian Walsh, MD, and Alex Troncoso, MD, will co-present “Paramedics Do Not Forgo Treatment of Infants."
  • Frederick Fiesseler, DO; Lisa Armstrong, MD; and David Salo, MD, will co-present “Most Pediatric Patients with Retropharyngeal Abscess Are Afebrile.”

All of the presenters are emergency medicine physicians at Morristown (N.J.) Medical Center.

About Emergency Medical Associates
Emergency Medical Associates (EMA), headquartered in Livingston, N.J., is a physician-led privately held physician management company that specializes in emergency and hospitalist medicine. Dedicated to providing exceptional solutions for the measurable success of our hospital clients, EMA is widely recognized for delivering clinical excellence, quality service, and improved and sustained patient satisfaction. For more information, visit,, or

About ACEP
The American College of Emergency Physicians seeks to support quality emergency medical care and promote the interests of emergency physicians.

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