Robert Sherwin, M.D., F.A.C.E.P., F.A.A.E.M.

Robert Sherwin, M.D., F.A.C.E.P., F.A.A.E.M.

Clinical Associate Professor 
Director of Clinical Research, SGH

rsherwin@med.wayne.edu

Robert Sherwin, M.D., F.A.C.E.P., F.A.A.E.M.

Office Phone

313-966-1020

Office Location

6071 W. Outer Drive
Lourdes Bldg
4th Floor, L449
Detroit, MI 48235

Education

M.D.
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI
1994 - 1998

B.S.
Bachelor of Science - Biology
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI
1990 - 1994

Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications

M.D., F.A.C.E.P., F.A.A.E.M.

Residency

Emergency Medicine Residency (R1)
New York University
1998 - 2000

Emergency Medicine Residency (R2/R3)
University of Michigan
2000 - 2002

Emergency Medicine Residency (R3/R4)
Henry Ford Hosptial
2003 - 2005

Prior Appointments

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS

Associate Professor
Wayne State University, Department of Emergency Medicine
August 2013 – Present

 

Director of Research
Wayne State University
Department of Emergency Medicine
Sinai-Grace Hospital
September 2011 - Present

Assistant Residency Program Director
Wayne State University
Department of Emergency Medicine
Detroit Receiving Hospital
December 2006 – September 2011

Volunteer Clinical Faculty
Wayne State University College of Medicine
July 2011 – March 2012

Assistant Professor
Wayne State University
Department of Emergency Medicine
September 2005 – August 2013

HOSPITAL OR OTHER PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

Director, Emergency Department Critical Care
Detroit Receiving Hospital
July 2010 – Present

Director, Emergency Department Critical Care
Sinai-Grace Hospital
June 2010 – Present

Staff Physician
Department of Surgery
Division of Hyperbaric Med
Huron Valley - Sinai Hospital
June 2006 – June 2011

Staff Physician
Department of Emergency Medicine
Harper University Hospital
September 2005 – July 2009

Hospitalist, Michigan Hospitalists, P.C.
Bronson Hospital
2002 – 2003

Hospitalist, Michigan Hospitalists, P.C.
Bon Secors Hospital
2002 – 2003

Hospitalist, Michigan Hospitalists, P.C.
St. John’s Hospital
2002 – 2003

 

Courses taught

TEACHING

Wayne State University
Undergraduate Students
Faculty
Honor’s College Course 4280
“Introduction to Clinical Research in Emergency Medicine”
2009 - 2011

Graduate Students
Director
Research Associate Program
2007 - 2009

Medical Students
Faculty Director and Instructor Critical Care Elective
This is a novel elective for medical students to spend an entire month concentrating on managing critically ill ED patients. Approximately 5-6 students participate every year. This is a very unique opportunity and is the only elective of its kind in the country
2006 - 2011

Residents/Fellows
Faculty Director and Instructor
Critical Care Rotation
This rotation is very novel concept in which the emergency medicine resident focuses on only the critically ill patients in the ER. This was 100% my creation, including the curriculum and monthly time investment. I provide structure, supervision and educational support in addition to real-time bedside teaching.
2005 - 2012

COURSE/CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

Wayne State University Honor’s College
“Introduction to Clinical Research in Emergency Medicine” Undergraduate Student Education
I developed this curriculum, syllabus and lecture series for undergraduate students to gain exposure and appreciation of the field of medicine and clinical research.
2009 - 2010

Emergency Department Conferences
“Critical Care Practice in the Emergency Department” Emergency Medicine Residents
The curriculum and course development was completely of my own efforts and structure. The initial conference was very successful and we expanded our scope and audience.
2008 - Present

ED-Critical Care Elective
WSU SOM Year IV Students
2007 - 2010

ED-Critical Care Rotation
EM PGY-2 Residents
2005 - 2011

 

Accomplishments

HONORS/AWARDS

College Teaching Award
Wayne State University School of Medicine
2012

National Teaching Award; this award is presented annually to a select number of emergency physicians for exceptional teaching efforts and innovation. My application focused on my innovative ED- critical care rotation (for both residents and medical students) which is truly unique in the country as well as my Honors research classes I provide for undergraduate honors students interested in pursuing a career in medicine.
American College of Emergency Physicians
2009

Fellow
American College of Emergency Medicine
2009

Fellow
American Academy of Emergency Medicine
2006

Top Gun Award
Academic excellence award for an EM resident
Henry Ford Hospital
2005

 

Top Gun Award
Academic excellence award for an EM resident
Henry Ford Hospital
2004

Brent Morris Award
Awarded to the WSU medical student who demonstrates academic success in addition to a commitment to community service and outreach
Wayne State University School of Medicine
1998

Excellence in Emergency Medicine
Awarded to a WSU medical student for excellence in emergency medicine.
Wayne State University School of Medicine
1998

Community Service Award
Awarded to a medical student with an outstanding commitment to community service
Wayne State University School of Medicine
1998

 

Professional Experience

SERVICE

Wayne State University

Departmental/Divisional

Course Director
Annual Critical Care Conference
Department of Emergency Medicine
This is a conference of my own inception and design. I put a great deal of effort into making the inaugural conference a huge success. We were very pleased with the turn out and the feedback was extremely positive. I learned a great deal from this experience and was very proud of the product we provided.
2008 - Present

Co-Director
Resident Research
Detroit Receiving Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency Program
Department of Emergency Medicine
I guide and mentor the WSU DRH Emergency Medicine residents in the completion of their scholarly projects, which may be research, service, academic or clinically based.
2008 - 2011

Director, Research Associate Program
Department of Emergency Medicine
Volunteer program for undergraduates and graduate students to gain valuable clinical and research experience.
2008 - 2009

Member, Clinical Research Review Committee
Department of Emergency Medicine
2005 - Present

Member, Educational Research Review Committee
Department of Emergency Medicine
2005 - 2011

School of Medicine

Judge, Resident Research Day
Sinai-Grace Hospital
2012 - 2016

Chairman, Planning Committee
Annual JB Benefit Dinner
Over $11K was raised to support WSU SOM student community outreach activities.
2008 - 2010

Faculty Liaison, Cass Community Free Medical Clinic
I supervise and advise WSU SOM students whom coordinate the free medical clinic for the homeless and uninsured.
2005 - Present

University

Director & Instructor, Intro to Clinic Research in Emerg Med Honors College
This is a honors level undergraduate course which offers undergraduate students the opportunity to gain experience with clinical research through didactic, hands-on and internet based learning. The curriculum and instruction was solely my own.
2009 - 2010

Professional

Michigan Emergency Department Improvement Collaborative (MEDIC)
Executive Committee
2016 - Present

Michigan Emergency Department Improvement Collaborative (MEDIC)
Data & Publication Committee
2016 - Present

Member and Physician Champion
DMC Sepsis Committee Tenet-DMC
2013 - Present

Member and Physician Champion
Sinai Grace Sepsis Comm.
Sinai Grace Hospital
2013 - Present

Moderator, Research Forum
American College of Emergency Physicians
2014

Event Participant
Tenet Kaizen-LEAN
2014

Member, Steering Committee
Tenet Sepsis Review Board
2014

Vice-Chairman, Research Director Interest Group
Society of Academic Emergency Physicians
2014 - 2015

Member, Emergency Department Advisory Team
DMC-Tenet
2014 - Present

Member, Grants Advisory Committee
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation
2013 - Present

Vice-President
Cardiaction Detroit, Inc.
2011 - 2013

Member, Clinic Practice Committee
American Academy of Emergency Medicine
2010 - Present

Chairman, ED Critical Care Education Taskforce
Emergency Medicine Society of Critical Care Medicine
2008 - 2009

Chairman, Practice Guidelines Subcommittee on Sepsis
American Academy of Emergency Medicine
2007 - 2010

Member, Practice Guidelines Committee
American Academy of Emergency Medicine
2006 - 2010 

Member, Membership Committee
Society of Critical Care Medicine
2006 - 2009

Member, DVT Committee
Society of Critical Care Medicine
2006 - 2008

Secretary, Hyperbaric Medicine Section
American College of Emergency Physicians
2006 - 2008

Editor, Hyperbaric Medicine Newsletter
American College of Emergency Physicians
2006 - 2008

Member, Board of Directors
International Society of Emergency Care
2005 - 2009

Member, Task Force on Critical Care
American Academy of Emergency Medicine
2005 - 2009

 

Publications

 1. Winters M, Sherwin R, Vilke GM, Wardi G. Does Early Antibiotic Therapy Improve Mortality in Emergency Department Patients with Severe Sepsis or Septic Shock? J Emerg Med. [IN PRESS]

2. Schuetz P; Birkhahn R; Sherwin R; Jones AE; Singer A; Kline JA; Runyon MS, Self WH, Courtney M, Nowak R, Gaeiski D, Ebmeyer S, Johannes S, Wiemer JC, Schwabe A, Shapiro NI. Serial Procalcitonin predicts mortality in Severe Sepsis patients: Results from the multicenter Procalcitonin MOnitoring SEpsis Study (MOSES). Crit Care Med. [IN PRESS]

3. Sutcliffe K, Kilgore PE, DeHoff K, Evans R, Kaye KS, Malosh RE, Sherwin R, Martin ET. Survey of vaccination knowledge and acceptance among adults admitted to an urban emergency department. Vaccine. [IN PRESS]

4. Winters M, Sherwin R, Vilke GM, Wardi G. Does Early Goal Directed Therapy Decrease Mortality Compared with Standard care in Patients with Septic Shock. J Emerg Med. P S0736-4679.Nov 2016. PMID: 27876325

5. Donnino MW, Andersen LW, Berg KM, Chase M, Sherwin R, Smithline H, Carney E, Ngo L, Patel PV, Liu X, Cutlip D, Zimetbaum P, Cocchi MN. Corticosteroid therapy in refractory shock following cardiac arrest: a randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled trial. Collaborating Authors from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s Center for Resuscitation Science Research Group. Crit Care. Apr 3 2016. PMID: 27038920

6. Lolar S, Sherwin R, Robinson D, Courage C, Welch R. Effectiveness of an urban emergency department call-back system on the successful linkage to care and treatment of sexually transmitted infections. Southern Medical Journal. 2015.

7. Nowak R, Nanayakkara P, DiSomma S, Levy P, Schrijver S, Huyghe R, Sherwin R, Divine G, Moyer M. Noninvasive Hemodynamic Monitoring in Emergency Patients with Suspected Heart Failure, Sepsis and Stroke: The Premium Registry. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. Vol. 15 (7), p 786-794,Nov 2014. PMID: 25493119

8. Byrne B, Sherwin R, Baylor A, et et al. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for systemic gas embolism following hydrogen peroxide ingestion: a case series. Journal of Emergency Medicine. Nov 22, 2013. PMID: 24268898

9. Sherwin R, Gray S, Alexander R, McGovern PC, et al. Distribution of 13-valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotypes in US Adults Aged ≥50 Years With Community-Acquired Pneumonia. Journal of Infectious Diseases. Oct 2, 2013. PMID: 24092845

10. Skibsted S, Jones A, Puskarich M, Arnold R, Sherwin R, Trezciak S et al. Biomarkers of endothelial cell activation in early sepsis. Shock: Injury, Inflammation, and Sepsis: Laboratory and Clinical Approaches. Vol. 39 (5), p 427– 432, May 2013. PMID: 23524845

11. Arnold R, Sherwin R, Shapiro NI, O’Connor J et al. Multi-center observational study of the development of progressive organ dysfunction and therapeutic interventions in normotensive sepsis patients in the Emergency Department. Academic Emergency Medicine, Vol. 20 (5), p 433–440, May 2013. PMID: 23672356

12. Weingart S, Sherwin R, Emlet L, Tawil I, Mayglothling J, Rittenberger J. Emergency Department Intensivists and ED Intensive Care Units. American Journal of Emergency Medicine. 31 (3): 617-20, 2013.PMID: 23380127

13. Edwards R, Hutson R, Johnson J, Sherwin R, Gordon-StrachanG, Frankson M, Levy P. Severe Sepsis in the Emergency Department- An Observational Cohort Study from the University of the West Indies. West Indian Medical Journal, Vol 62 (3), 2013. PMID: 24564004

14. Talreja N, Soubani A, Sherwin R, Baptist A. Modifiable Factors associated with severe asthma in urban patients. Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology . 109 (2), 128-32, 2012. PMID: 22840254

15. Shapiro N, Jones AE, Trzeciak S, Arnold R, Sherwin R et al. The Association of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Derived Tissue Oxygenation Measurements with Sepsis Syndromes, Organ Dysfunction, and Mortality in Emergency Department Patients with Sepsis. Critical Care Forum, Vol 15; 5, R223, 2011. PMID: 21939529

16. Wira C, Lewandowski C, Martinez-Capolino C, Iyer G, Sherwin R, Rivers E. Cardiac Complications in Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 12(4), Nov 2011, 414–420. PMID: 22224130

17. Sherwin RL, Garcia AJ, Bilkovski R. Quantifying Off-Hour Emergency Physician Coverage of In-Hospital Codes: A Survey of Community Emergency Departments. Journal of Emergency Medicine, Vol 41; 4, October 1, 2011. PMID: 21215553

18. Otero RM, Nguyen B, Huang DT, Gaieski D, Goyal M, Gunnerson K, Trzeciak S, Sherwin R, Holthaus R, Osborn T, Rivers EP. Early Goal-Directed Therapy in Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock Revisited: Concepts, Controversies, and Contemporary Findings. Chest 2007; 130: 1579-1595. PMID: 17099041

19. Donnino M, Miller J, Goyal N, Loomba M, Sankey S, Dolcout B, Sherwin RL, Otero R, Wira C. Effective lactate clearance is associated with improved outcomes in post-cardiac arrest patients. Resuscitation 2007; 74(2): 229-234. PMID: 17583412

Review Articles

1. Sherwin RL, Bilkovski R. Do low dose corticosteroids improve mortality or shock reversal in patients with septic shock?: A Systematic Review and Position Statement Prepared for the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Journal of Emergency Medicine. Vol 43 (1), July, 2012. PMID: 22221983

2. Sherwin RL, Garcia AJ, Munshi M. Caring for Critically Ill Patients in the Emergency Department. Emergency Medicine Reports. Volume 32, Number 16, July 18, 2011. Volume 32; Number 16, July 18, 2011

3. Sherwin RL, Garcia AJ, Bilkovski R. (2/14/2010) Do Steroids Administered in the Emergency Room Improve Mortality or Shock Reversal in Patients with Septic Shock? American Academy of Emergency Medicine Clinical Practice Guidelines. Retrieve from http://www.aaem.org/emtopics/practice_guidelines.php

4. Sherwin RL, Garcia AJ, Bilkovski R. (2/14/2010) Does Early Goal Directed Therapy Decrease Mortality in Patients with Septic Shock? American Academy of Emergency Medicine Clinical Practice Guidelines. Retrieved from http://www.aaem.org/emtopics/practice_guidelines.php

5. Sherwin RL, Goyal N. Enfoque Actual Del Paciente Con Sepsis Grave Y Shock Septico. Revista Argentina de Emergencias. 19-25, April, 2006.

6. Goyal N, Sherwin R, Rivers EP. Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock: principles and practice of emergency department management. Intern’l J Int Care, Summer 2005; 1-7.

Letters to the Editor

1. Levy P, Sherwin R and Kuhn G. Cognitive errors. N Engl J Med 2007; 356: 1272- 1274. PMID: 17377170

2. Williams J, Weingart S, Lindsell C, Cohen J, Sherwin R. Emergency medicine resident interest in critical care fellowship training increases if provided United States certification pathway. Critical Care Medicine. 34(12):3066-3067, December 2006. PMID: 17130721

Book Authorships, Editorships, and Chapters

 

1. Sherwin RL, Dolcourt B. The Boarding ICU Patient. pp XX Essential Emergency Critical Care. Cambridge Press, 2012 Weingart et al (Ed.)

2. Rivers EP, Nguyen B, Osborn T, Gaieski D, Goyal M, Gunnerson K, Trzeciak S, Sherwin RL, Holthaus C, Otero R. Early goal directed therapy in severe-sepsis and septic shock pp 189-197, ESICM – 25 Years of Progress and Innovation, 2007, Kuhlen R et al (Ed.)

Published Abstracts (last five years)

1. Paxton J, Wilburn J, Ottolini J, Sherwin R. Does the Choice of Vascular Access Device Delay Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation? Critical Care Medicine, December 2016, V 43, No 12, p46.

2. Sherwin R, Courage C, Ying H. A Computer Based Decision Support Tool Accurately Identifies Severe Sepsis in ED Patients. Critical Care Medicine, December 2015, V 43, No 12

3. Paxton J, Ottolini J, Wilburn J, Sherwin R, Courage C. Does Choice of Vascular Access Device Delay Appropriate Resuscitation in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients. Annals of Emergency Medicine, Oct 2015, Vol 66; S35.

4. Nowak RM, Reed B, DiSomma S, Nanayakkara P, Moyer M, Sherwin R, Levy P. The Hemodynamic Phenotyping of Acute Stroke Patients by Cluster Analysis: There are Distinctly Different Subgroups. Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2015, Vol22, S317

5. Nowak RM, Reed B, DiSomma S, Nanayakkara P, Moyer M, Millis S, Sherwin R, Levy P. Emergency Department Patients with Confirmed Sepsis Present with Different Hemodynamic Monitored Clusters. Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2015, Vol22, S229

6. Giesler E, Sherwin R, Courage C, Stewart S, Fiorvento A, Powell A, Wilson. The Effects of Etomidate Administration in Mechanically Ventilated Patients With Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock. Annals of Emergency Medicine, Oct 2014, Vol 64; S20.

7. Giesler E, Sherwin R, Courage C, Stewart S, Fiorvento A, Powell A, Wilson. The Effect of Short-Term Neuromuscular Blocker: Administration in Septic Patients Requiring Mechanical Ventilation. Annals of Emergency Medicine, Oct 2014, Vol 64; S20.

8. Giesler E, Sherwin R, Courage C, Stewart S, Fiorvento A, Powell A, Wilson. Use of Computerized Sepsis Care Plans Improved Resuscitation Parameters in Patients With Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock. Annals of Emergency Medicine, Oct 2014, Vol 64; S20.

9. Nowak R, DiSomma S, Nanayakkara P, Moyer M, Schrijver E, Sherwin R et al. The Noninvasive Hemodynamic Phenotyping of Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department with Suspected Acute Heart Failure, Sepsis and Stroke. Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2014, Vol 21, No.5 , Supp 1; S99.

10. Egger N, Patel R, Brennan E, Barton M, Courage C, Robinson D, Sherwin R. Is There a Relationship Between Discharge Prescriptions and Recidivism in Patients Presenting to the ED with Chronic Low Back Pain. Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2014, Vol 21, No.5 , Supp 1; S63.

11. Nowak R, DiSomma S, Nanayakkara P, Moyer M, Schrijver E, Sherwin R et al. The Non-Invasive Hemodynamic Phenotyping of Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department with Acute Heart Failure: Prognostic and Therapeutic Implications. Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2014, Vol 21, No.5 , Supp 1; S269

12. Sherwin R, Courage C, Stewart S, Robinson D, Ying H. Performance of Two Clinical Decision Support Tools to Identify Sepsis Patients in the Emergency Department. Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2014, Vol 21, No.5 , Supp 1; S279.

13. Sherwin R, Courage C, Stewart S, Robinson D, Ying H. Risk Factors for Poor Early In-Hospital Clinical Outcomes in Sepsis Patients Admitted to a General Medical Ward. Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2014, Vol 21, No.5 , Supp 1; S284.

14. Paxton J, Courage C, Hunt N, Sherwin R. Defining the ‘Golden Hour’: How Much Fluid Do Septic Shock Patients Need in the First Hour? American Heart Association Science Symposoim. November 15, 2013. Dallas, Texas.

15. Paxton J, Hunt N, Courage C, Sherwin R. Surviving Septic Shock: Do Delays in Obtaining Adequate Vascular Access Prevent Appropriate Early Resuscitation? Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, Midwest Regional Conference, November 13, 2013. Akron, Ohio.

16. Egger, N., Brennan, E., Patel, R., Courage, C., Robinson, D., Barton, M., & Sherwin, R. (2013, May). “Opioid pain reliever (OPR) administration and prescribing pattern in an urban ED for patients presenting with chronic back pain.” Oral presentation at The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Atlanta, GA.

17. Taylor, J., Aslani, B., Johnson, C., Courage, C., Cogan, C., Fadowale, D., Phadtare, M., Alvey., H., Kelley, C., Robinson, D., Sherwin, R., & Stokes-Buzzelli, S. (2013, May). “Frequent emergency department users: Examining service duplication across hospital systems.” Oral presentation at The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Atlanta, GA.

18. Thomas TM, Gray S, Alexander R, McGovern P, Graepel J, Purdy J, Pride M, Sherwin RL. Detection of Streptococcus pneumonia in Adults ≥ 50 Years with Radiographically-Confirmed Community-Onset Pneumonia: Utility of 13-Valent Multiplex Urinary Antigen Detection Assay as Compared with BinaxNOW® and Culture. IDWeek, San Diego, CA, USA October 2012

19. Sherwin RL, Gray S Alexander et al. Distribution of PCV-13 Serotype Streptococcus Pneumonia in Adults age ≥50 years Presenting to Select US Hospitals with Radiographically Confirmed Community Onset Pneumonia. IDWeek, San Diego, CA, USA October 2012

20. Moore D, Jennett A, Saely S Courage C, Sherwin RL. Short Term Use of Neuromuscular Blocking Agents in Post Rapid Sequence Intubation Patients are Not Harmful, and may be Beneficial!, Annals of Emergency Medicine, October 2012, S153.

21. Nelson G, Leisy A, Kamash T, Sherwin R. Performance of an EMR Based Alert to Identify ED Patients with Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock. Annals of Emergency Medicine, October 2012, S153.

22. Arnold R, Sherwin R, O’Connor J, Glaspey L, Trzeciak S, Shapiro N, Jones AE. Multi-center Observational Study of Reuscitation Practices and Incidence of Disease Progression in the Pre-Shock Sepsis Population-Phase-I. Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2011, Vol 18, S208

23. Sherwin R, Bazzi J, Avcioglu A, Kim D, Walid S, Junnila B, Fernandes M. A Checklist for ICU Patients Boarded in the Emergency Department Identifies Concerning Gaps in Care Quality. Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2011, Vol 18, S211.

24. Musselman M, Hall L, Saely S, Faris J, Sherwin R, Browning L. Does Etomidate Dosing for Rapid Sequence Intubation Impact Hemodynamics? Annals of Emergency Medicine, October 2011, Vol 58 (Supp), S282.

25. Sherwin RL, Warrick B*, Compton S, Centi M. Describing the Prevalence and Value of Hyperlactatemia in CHF Patients Presenting to an Urban Emergency Department. Academic Emergency Medicine May 2008; Vol 15, Issue 1 (Supp), S43

26. Khedar Z*, Sherwin RL, MacWilliams K*; ED Predictors of Hospital Outcomes in COPD Patients. Critical Care Medicine December 2008, Vol. 36, No. 12 (Supp), A133

27. Dutcheschen K*, Wetzonis K*, Sherwin RL; Ongoing Hypovolemia in ED Patients with DKA: Feasibility of a Nurse Driven Protocol. Critical Care Medicine December 2008, Vol. 36, No. 12 (Supp), A152

28. MacWilliams K*, Sherwin RL, Utarnichitt R*; Quantifying the Proportion of Critical Care Provided by an Urban Emergency Department. Critical Care Medicine December 2008, Vol. 36, No. 12 (Supp), A133

29. Sherwin RL, Mango LM, Medado P, Levy P; Describing Global and Tissue Level Perfusion in CHF Patients Presenting to an Urban ED: A Pilot Study. Annals of Emergency Medicine, September 2009, Vol. 54, No. 3 (Supp), S56

30. Nguyen JM, Bernath KM, Sherwin RL, Levy PD, Mango LM; The ED-based critical care rotation: A two-year experience in a large urban hospital. Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2010, Vol 17 (Supp s1), S18

31. Shapiro N, Arnold R, Najarro G, O’Connor JL, Lundy D, Weile J, Sherwin RL, Trzeciak S, Jones A. Near Infra-Red Spectroscopy Predicts Organ Dysfunctions and Mortality in Sepsis. Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2010, Vol 17 (Supp s1), S132.

Other

1. Sherwin R, Winters M. Does Early Goal Directed Therapy Decrease Mortality Compared to Standard in Patients with Septic Shock? Clinical Practice Statement, AAEM Clinical Practice Committee, (02/17/16). http://www.aaem.org/UserFiles/DoesEarlyGoalDirectedTherapyDecreaseMortality ComparedwithStandardCareinPatientswithSepticShock_.pdf

2. Sherwin R, Winters M, Heller M. Does Early Antibiotic Therapy Improve Mortality in Emergency Department Patients with Severe Sepsis or Septic Shock? , Clinical Practice Statement, AAEM Clinical Practice Committee, (09/16/15). http://www.aaem.org/UserFiles/DoesEarlyandAppropriateAntibioticAdministration ImproveMortalityinEmergencyDepartmentPatientswithSevereSepsisorSepticShock_
.pdf

3. Sherwin R. Critical Care Emergency Medicine (Review), Critical Care Medicine, 2013

4. Sherwin RL. Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Receiving Advantage, March 2011

5. Sherwin R, Silverman M, Thangavelu A. Informed Consent for Procedures Performed by Other Physicians (2/27/11), Clinical Practice Statement, AAEM Clinical Practice Committee, (11/8/10). Retrieve from http://www.aaem.org/em- resources/clinical-practice-statements

6. Mills L, Sherwin R. Emergency Physicians Dual Coverage in Emergency Department and on Inpatient Floors, Clinical Practice Statement, AAEM Clinical Practice Committee, (11/8/10). Retrieve from http://www.aaem.org/em- resources/clinical-practice-statements

7. Grant O, Sherwin R., Hyperbaric Oxygen in the Treatment of Stroke, ACEP Hyperbaric Section Newsletter, March 2007

8. Sherwin R. Hyperbaric Oxygen in Sepsis, ACEP Hyperbaric Section Newsletter, March 2007

9. Sherwin R. Expedited Lactate in the Emergency Department, ACEP Newsletter 2006

 

Other Information

 
MAJOR PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

ACEP Hyperbaric Medicine Section American Academy of Emergency Medicine
2006

American Academy of Emergency Medicine
2005

ACEP Critical Care Section
2004

Society of Critical Care Medicine
2004

Emergency Medicine Section, SCCM
2004

American College of Emergency Physicians
2002

Society of Academic Emergency Medicine
2002

American College of Physicians – Full member
2001

American Medical Association
1995