Medical Expert - David M. Cline, MD

Area of Expertise: Emergency Medicine - General
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David M. Cline, MD

Professor of Emergency Medicine

Cline edits the best-selling manual in the field of emergency medicine: "Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine Manual, 7th Edition," (McGraw-Hill, 2012, translated into nine different languages) and the best-selling board review book Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine 3rd Edition (McGraw-Hill, 2012), as well as co-editing the reference text, Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine7th Edition (McGraw-Hill, 2011). He is the primary investigator for the United States' first emergency department-based hypertension registry, which is designed to test a program for hypertension control among emergency room patients. He is currently site Primary Investigator for Improving Emergency Department Management of Adults with Sickle Cell Disease funded by the Agency for Healthcare  Research and Quality (AHRQ).

Keywords

cardiovascular emergencies, managing chronic pain in the ED, hypertension management, high-risk situations in the ED

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