Matthew Hedge, M.D.

Matthew Hedge, M.D.

Clinical Assistant  Professor
Associate Medical Director Poison Control

mhedge@dmc.org

Matthew Hedge, M.D.

Office Phone

313-745-3330

Office Location

4201 Saint Antoine Street
Suite 3R
Detroit, MI 48201

Education

GRADUATE

Doctor of Medicine
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN
1995 - 1999

BACCALAUREATE
Bachelor of Science
Major: Biology 
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN
1986 - 1991
 

Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications

M.D.

Residency

Emergency Medicine Residency
Wayne State University
Department of Emergency Medicine
1999 - 2002
 

Fellowships

Medical Toxicology Fellowship
Wayne State University
Department of Emergency Medicine
2002 - 2004

Prior Appointments

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS:

Assistant Professor (Clinician Educator)
Wayne State University
School of Medicine
Department of Emergency Medicine
Detroit, MI
2007 - Present

HOSPITAL OR OTHER PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS:

Major 
United States Army Reserve
Operation Iraqi Freedom
322nd Medical Support Company
Baghdad, Iraq
5/10 - 8/10

Associate Medical Director 2007-2012
Michigan Regional Poison Control Center Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Detroit, MI

Major 9/06-9/12
United States Army Reserve 322nd Medical Support Company Southfield, MI

Captain 3/06-6/06
United States Army Reserve Operation Iraqi Freedom 2/28th Forward Support Base Ar Ramadi, Iraq

Clinical Consultant 2004-Present
Michigan Regional Poison Control Center Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Detroit, MI

Attending Physician 2002-Present
Detroit Receiving Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine Detroit, MI

Captain 1999-9/06
United States Army Reserve 328th Combat Support Hospital Southfield, MI

Accomplishments

HONORS/AWARDS:

Wayne State University
School of Medicine College Teaching Award
2011

Department of Pharmacology Summer Fellowship
University of Minnesota
1989

Wistar Institute Summer Fellowship
University of Pennsylvania
1988

 

Professional Experience

SERVICE

Scholaraly Service

Service for Peer-Reviewed Journals

Annals of Emergency Medicine

1. Characterization of Edible Marijuana Product Exposures Reported to the National. 2015

2. Tactical Study of Care Originating in the Prehospital Environment (TACSCOPE): Analysis of Injury-Related Pain Assessment and Analgesic Administration on the Battlefield. 2015

Academic Emergency Medicine

1. Longitudinal Trends in U.S. Drug Shortages for Medications Used in Emergency Departments (2001 – 2014). 2015

2. The diagnostic value of serum ischemia modified albumin levels in experimentally induced CO poisoning and their correlation with poisoning severity. 2014

3. Intravenous Lipid Emulsion Alters the Hemodynamic Response to Epinephrine in a Rat Model. 2014

4. The effect of fat emulsion on hemodynamics following treatment with propranolol and clonidine in anesthetized rats. 2014

Journal of Medical Toxicology

1. Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) for Severe Toxicological Exposures: Review of the Toxicology Investigators Consortium (ToxIC). 2015

2. Intranasal Fentanyl Intoxication Leading to Diffuse Alveolar Hemorrhage 2015

3. Recreational Drug Use in the Asia Pacific Rim Region-Improvements in our understanding of the problem through UNODC programs 2015

4. Recreational Drug Use in the Asia Pacific Rim Region-Improvements in our understanding of the problem through UNODC programs. 2014

5. Obesity and Overdose: A Review of a Toxicologic Dilemma. 2014

 

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications

1. Warrick BJ, Wilson J, Hedge M, Freeman S, Leonard K, Aaron C. Lethal serotonin syndrome after methylone and butylone ingestion. J Med Toxicol 2012 Mar:8(1):65-8

2. Hedge M. Miscellaneous Central Nervous System Intoxicants. Clinics of Critical Care. 2012 Oct;28(4):587-600.

3. White S, Hedge M. Gastrointestinal Principles in Haddad and Webster’s Clinical Management of Poisoning and Drug Overdose 4th ed Philadelphia, Saunders 2007

4. Warfield S, Hedge M. Transplant Agents and Other Immunosupressives in Haddad and Webster’s Clinical Management of Poisoning and Drug Overdose 4th ed Philadelphia, Saunders 2007

5. Hedge M. Calcium Channel Blocker Toxicology. J Pharm Pract. 2005 June; 18(3): 169-74

6. Abul-Hajj YT, Liu XP, Hedge M. Aromatase inhibitors: effect of ring A and ring B unsaturation on aromatase inhibition by 4-thiosubstituted derivatives of 4-androstene-3,17-dione Steroids. 1995 May; 60(5): 423-7

7. Abul-Hajj YT, Liu XP, Hedge M. Synthesis and evaluation of 4- substituted-4-androstene-3,17-dione derivatives as aromatase inhibitors J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. 1995 Aug; 54(3-4): 111-9

8. Shreerama L, Hedge MW, Sladek NE. Identification of a class 3 aldehyde dehydrogenase in human saliva and increased levels of this enzyme, glutathione S-transferase and DT-diaphorase in the saliva of subjects who continually ingest large amounts of coffee or broccoli Clin. Cancer Res. 1995 Oct; 1(10) 1153-63

Published abstracts:

1. Dolcourt BA, Hedge M. Hyperinsulinemic Euglycemic Therapy for Symptomatic Amiodarone Ingestion 2009 NACCT Congress J Tox. Clin Tox. Aug 2009; 47(7): 717

2. Hedge MW, Smolinske SC, Bailey JE, Dart RC, RADARS System Poison Center Group. Ototoxicity of Prescription Opioids 2009 NACCT Congress. J Tox. Clin Tox; Aug 2009; 47(7): 745

3. Bora KM, Hedge M. Neonatal Triglyceride Levels after Massive Lipid Bolus-Implications for Lipid Rescue 2009 NACCT Congress J Tox. Clin Tox. Aug 2009; 47(7): 760

4. Daubert GP, Bora K, Wilson J, Hedge M. Cardiovascular Suppression in Acute Amanita Muscaria Overdose 2006 NACCT Congress. J Tox. Clin Tox; 44(5): 699

5. Temple K, White S, Hedge M. Survival of 2,4-Dinitrophenol-Induced Hyperthermia XXV EAPCCT Congress J Tox. Clin Tox. 2005; 43(5): 459

6. Hedge M, White S. Exotic Snake Envenomation (ESE) by Trimeresurus Albolabris (Abstract) XXIII EAPCCT Congress. J Tox. Clin Tox. 2003; 41(4): 516

Other Information

MAJOR PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

American College of Medical Toxicology
2002-Present

American College of Emergency Physicians
1999-Present

Society of Academic Emergency Medicine
1999-Present