William Pyle Bozeman, M.D.Wake Forest School of Medicine

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William Pyle Bozeman, M.D.


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Trauma Resuscitation, Tactical Medicine, Disaster Management, Emergency Medicine

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Department: 336-716-1740


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Education & Training

  • B.S., University of the South, 1988
  • M.D., Medical Univ Of South Carolina, 1992
  • Residency, Emergency Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hosp, 1995
  • Fellowship, University of Maryland School, 1996

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medicine

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  • 1336126945
William Pyle Bozeman, M.D.

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William Pyle Bozeman, M.D.

Professor, Emergency Medicine

Research Interests

Electroshock; Law Enforcement; Electric Injuries; Emergency Medical Services; Weapons
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Department: 336-716-1740


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Recent Publications

A TASER conducted electrical weapon with cardiac biomonitoring capability: proof of concept and initial human trial. Stopyra JP, Ritter SI, Beatty J, Johnson JC, Kleiner DM, Winslow JE III, Gardner AR, Bozeman WP.. J Forensic Leg Med. 2016;43():48-52.

Mobile versus fixed deployment of automated external defibrillators in rural EMS. Nelson RD, Bozeman W, Collins G, Booe B, Baker T, Alson R.. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2015;30(2):152-154.

Association of low non-invasive near-infrared spectroscopic measurements during initial trauma resuscitation with future development of multiple organ dysfunction. Nicks BA, Campons KM, Bozeman WP.. World J Emerg Med. 2015;6(2):105-110.

Bozeman et al. Response to strote [letter]. Bozeman WP, Winslow JE, Teacher E.. J Emerg Med. 2014;46(4):535.

Re: emergency department evaluation of conducted energy weapon (CEW)-injured patients [letter]. Vilke GM, Bozeman WP, Chan TC.. J Emerg Med. 2014;46(4):533-534.

Long QT syndrome unmasked in an adult subject presenting with excited delirium. Bozeman WP, Ali K, Winslow JE.. J Emerg Med. 2013;44(2):e207-e210.

Excited delirium syndrome (ExDS): treatment options and considerations. Vilke GM, Bozeman WP, Dawes DM, Demers G, Wilson MP.. J Forensic Leg Med. 2012;19(3):117-121.

Tactical emergency medical support programs: a comprehensive statewide survey. Bozeman WP, Morel BM, Black TD, Winslow JE.. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2012;16(3):361-365.

Conducted electrical weapon (TASER) use against minors: a shocking analysis. Gardner AR, Hauda WE II, Bozeman WP.. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2012;28(9):873-877.

Transcardiac conducted electrical weapon (TASER) probe deployments: incidence and outcomes. Bozeman WP, Teacher E, Winslow JE... J Emerg Med. 2012;43(6):970-975.

Excited Delirium Syndrome (ExDS): defining based on a review of the literature. Vilke GM, DeBard ML, Chan TC, Ho JD, Dawes DM, Hall C, Curtis MD, Costello MW, Mash DC, Coffman SR, McMullen MJ, Metzger JC, Roberts JR, Sztajnkrcer MD, Henderson SO, Adler J, Czarnecki F, Heck J, Bozeman WP.. J Emerg Med. 2012;43(5):897-905.

Emergency department evaluation after conducted energy weapon use: review of the literature for the clinician. Vilke GM, Bozeman WP, Chan TC.. J Emerg Med. 2011;40(5):598-604.

Prehospital administration of tenecteplase for ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction in a rural EMS system. Crowder JS, Hubble MW, Gandhi S, McGinnis H, Zelman S, Bozeman W, Winslow J.. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2011;15(4):499-505.

Study of deaths following electro muscular disruption. Amandus H, Bozeman WP, Caplan YH, Clark SC, Denton JS, Flomenbaum M, Gleason L, Gunther WM, Hanzlick R, Hunsaker JC III, Morgan J, Prahlow JA, Oliver W, Sathyavagiswaran L.. NIJ. 2011;May():.

Special panel review of excited delirium. Bir C, Burns T, Bozeman WP, Carlbom D, Compton MT, Dawes D, Dennis A, DiMaio TG, DiMaio VJM, Farris F, et al.. NIJ. 2011;December():.

Safety and injury profile of conducted electrical weapons used by law enforcement officers against criminal suspects. Bozeman WP, Hauda WE II, Heck JJ, Graham DD Jr, Martin BP, Winslow JE.. Ann Emerg Med. 2009;53(4):480-489.

Conducted electrical weapon injuries must be more broadly considered [reply to letter]. Bozeman WP, Winslow JE III, Hauda WE II.. Ann Emerg Med. 2009;54(2):311-312.

Immediate cardiovascular effects of the Taser X26 conducted electrical weapon. Bozeman WP, Barnes DG Jr, Winslow JE III, Johnson JC III, Phillips CH, Alson R.. Emerg Med J. 2009;26(8):567-570.

Additional information on taser safety [letter]. Bozeman WP.. Ann Emerg Med. 2009;54(5):758-759.

Resident involvement in tactical medicine [letter]. Bozeman WP, Blankenship SB, Winslow JE.. J Emerg Med. 2008;34(3):338-339.

Quantitative assessment of diagnostic radiation doses in adult blunt trauma patients. Winslow JE, Hinshaw JW, Hughes MJ, Williams RC, Bozeman WP.. Ann Emerg Med. 2008;52(2):93-97.

Thoracic compression fractures as a result of shock from a conducted energy weapon: a case report. Winslow JE, Bozeman WP, Fortner MC, Alson RL.. Ann Emerg Med. 2007;50(5):584-586.

Injury profile of electrical conducted energy weapons [abstract]. Bozeman WP, Winslow JE III, Graham D, Martin B, Hauda WE, Heck JJ.. Ann Emerg Med. 2007;50(3 Suppl):S65.

Derivation of a formula to predict patient volume based on temperature at college football games. Kman NE, Russell GB, Bozeman WP, Ehrman K, Winslow J.. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2007;11(4):453-457.

Near-infrared spectroscopy during resuscitation of trauma patients predicts future development of multiple organ dysfunction [abstract]. Nicks BA, Hill K, Chang M, Bozeman WP.. Ann Emerg Surg. 2007;50(3 Suppl):S64.

Assessment of diagnostic radiation exposure in victims of blunt trauma [abstract]. Winslow JE III, Hughes MJ, Henshaw JW, Bozeman WP.. Ann Emerg Med. 2007;50(3 Suppl):S53.

Planning medical care for high-risk mass gatherings. Leonard RB, Winslow JE, Bozeman WP.. Internet J Rescue Disaster Med. 2007;6(1):.

Determination of optimal methods of decontamination after tear gas and pepper spray exposure [abstract]. Winslow JE III, Hill KD, Bozeman WP.. Ann Emerg Med. 2006;48(4 Suppl):S51.

Risk of thoracolumbar fractures doubled in victims of motor vehicle collisions with cervical spine fractures. Winslow JE III, Hensberry R, Bozeman WP, Hill KD, Miller PR.. J Trauma. 2006;61(3):686-687.

Cardiac effects of the Taser conducted energy weapon [abstract]. Barnes DG Jr, Winslow JE III, Alson RL, Johnson J, Bozeman WP.. Ann Emerg Med. 2006;48(4 Suppl):S102.

A multi-department strategy for severe sepsis patient resuscitation [abstract]. Daniel A, Owen S, Ross A, Brown J, Ashley A, Bozeman W, Karchmer T, Williamson J, Passmore L, Morris PE, et al.. Crit Care Med. 2006;34(12 Abstr Suppl):A143.

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Professor, Emergency Medicine

Clinical Interests

Trauma Resuscitation, Tactical Medicine, Disaster Management, Emergency Medicine
William Pyle Bozeman, M.D.

William Pyle Bozeman, M.D.

Professor, Emergency Medicine

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