Cynthia Aaron, M.D., F.A.C.M.T., F.A.C.E.P.

Cynthia Aaron, M.D., F.A.C.M.T., F.A.C.E.P.

Professor
Medical Director of the Michigan Poison Control Center at Children's Hospital of Michigan

caaron@dmc.org

Cynthia Aaron, M.D., F.A.C.M.T., F.A.C.E.P.

Office Phone

313-993-8791

Office Location

4707 Saint Antoine Street
Suite 302
Detroit, MI 48201

Biography


 

Education

M.D.
Medical College of Pennslyvania
1984

New York State Program
Sackler School of Medicine
Tel Aviv, Israel
7/1980-6/1982

B.A. Biology
Wesleyan Unibersity
Middletown, CT
1979

Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications

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

Residency

Medical College of Pennsylvania
Pennslyvania, PA
1985-1987

Fellowships

New York City Poison Center
NYU Bellevue Hospital Centers
New York, New York
1987-1989

Prior Appointments

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS
Honorary Visiting Fellow
Postgraduate Institute of Medicine, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka Masters Program in Medical Toxicology
January 9, 2017

Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI
Professor Emergency Medicine and Pediatric-August 2008
Associate Professor-August 2004-August 2008
Clinical Educator track

University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA Associate Professor Emergency Medicine (Clinical) 1998
Assistant Professor: October 1, 1990
Clinical Instructor: September 1, 1989

NYU Medical School, New York, NY
Clinical Instructor Emergency Medicine 1987-1989

Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Clinical Instructor Emergency Medicine
1987-1989

HOSPITAL OR OTHER PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
Michigan Public Health Advisory Commission to Governor Richard Snyder Appointed November 18, 2016-April 2017

Medical Director
Michigan Poison Control Center at Children’s Hospital, Detroit, MI Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Detroit Medical Center February 1, 2011-ongoing
Associate Medical Director
November 1, 2006 –January 31, 2011

Fellowship Director, Medical Toxicology
Michigan Poison Control Center at Children’s Hospital, Detroit, MI Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Detroit Medical Center November 1, 2006 – ongoing
Director Medical and Clinical Toxicology Education Attending Physician
August 1, 2004 - ongoing

Emergency Physician
St. Joseph Mercy Health System-Saline Hospital Saline, Michigan
July 2006-April 2015

Attending Physician and Staff Toxicologist
Department of Emergency Medicine St. Vincent’s Hospital at Worcester Medical Center, Worcester, MA
March-July 2004

Director, Clinical Toxicology Services
Division of Medical Toxicology, Department of Emergency Medicine
UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester, MA
July 1996-December 2003

Attending Physician
Adult and Pediatric Emergency Departments UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester, MA
July 1989-December 2003

Attending Toxicologist
Division of Medical Toxicology, Department of Emergency Medicine
July 1989-December 2003

Attending Physician and Staff Toxicologist
Emergency Department Worcester City Hospital, Worcester, MA
July 1989-May 1991 (Hospital closure)
 

Courses taught

 Course or curriculum developed

SOM_Y2_PHARM_0205: Residents and Year 3 and 4: Medical Toxicology
Requires continuous reevaluation of an intensive 4 week course in Medical Toxicology. Approximately 22 lectures are reevaluated and updated each month x 6 months

Toxicology Grand Rounds
Quarterly development and coordination of 5 lectures/quarter on core topics in Medical Toxicology

Poison Information Provider Training Course Development
HRSA-07-123 Incentive Grant -Poison Control Centers Stabilization and Enhancement Grant Program, Incentive Grants – PIP Training Development The Carolinas Poison Center (CPC) and the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Regional Poison Control Center (CHMRPCC) will develop and implement a comprehensive “turn-key” training program that can be used by any US poison center to train Poison Information Providers.

Toxic Teasers: http://www.mitoxic.org/healthpro
Case discussions of pertinent toxicology issues presented in a question and answer format. Developed as a teaching aid for the Specialists in Poison Information

Nontoxic Trivia: A teaching newsletter for the Certified Specialists in Poisoning Information at the Regional Poison Center at Children’s Hospital of Michigan (monthly starting 10/08

Wayne State University Blackboard: SOM_Y2_PHARM_0205: Residents and Year 3 and 4: Medical Toxicology
Numerous lectures and associated syllabi for the intensive Toxicology Course

Toxicology on the Cutting Edge TICS and TIMS syllabus Clinical Toxicology of Neuroterrorism
Slide presentation and printed syllabus for the Toxicology on the Cutting Edge, Toxic Industrial Chemicals, Toxic Industrial Materials course sponsored by the American College of Medical Toxicology and the Agency for Toxic Substances Disease Registry
Detroit, October 2004

ACMT Board Review Course syllabus Analgesics and Antimicrobials
Slide presentation and printed syllabus
American College of Medical Toxicology Board Review Course October, 2004

HazMat Awareness Course: Chemical Agents, Children’s Hospital 6 presenations 2005-2006, 2010
Slide presentation and discussion

HazMat Awareness Course: Biological Agents, Children’s Hospital 6 presentations 2006-2007, 2010
Slide presentation and discussion

Accomplishments

HONORS AND AWARDS
2008 College Teaching Award, Wayne State University School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine

2007 American College of Emergency Physicians National Faculty Teaching Award

EMS Physician of the Year, Central Massachusetts Emergency Medical Services 2003

Top Reviewer, Annals of Emergency Medicine 2003, 1999 University of Massachusetts Small Grant Award 1995
Healy Endowment, University of Massachusetts Medical Center 1991

Teacher of the Year, University of Massachusetts Medical School Emergency Medicine Residency 1989

Emergency Medicine Foundation Career Development Award 1989 Alpha Omega Alpha, Delta Chapter 1983

Professional Experience

SERVICE

Wayne State University School of Medicine
Executive Committee Faculty Senate, Wayne State University School of Medicine 2013 ongoing (3 hours every other week)

Wayne State University – Emergency Medicine
Salary Committee Meeting (AAUP Faculty Review Meeting), Department of Emergency Medicine 2014

Department Faculty Development Liason (Emergency Medicine)-DFDL 2012 ongoing (2-4 hours/month)

ACLS Instructor 5/08, 5/12

Education Committee member Emergency Medicine (2011-ongoing)

Regional Poison Center-Specialist in Poison Information Teaching 2004-ongoing

Planning Committee- First Annual Wayne State University Emergency Medicine Critical Care Conference

Instructor-Emergency Medicine 2004-ongoing

Quarterly Toxicology Grand Rounds Administrator 2004-2013

Tenet

Critical Care Council
8/2014-10/2015 (Councils were suspended) 2 hours/month

Alcohol withdrawal subcommittee 8/2014-10/2015
2 hours/month

Detroit Medical Center

CoChair: DMC Medication Safety Committee Detroit Medical Center10 hrs/month
Review medication safety issues DMC system-wide April 2015-ongoing

Ethanol Withdrawal subcommittee leader Detroit Medical Center 1 hr/week
Developing systems-wide Sedative Hypnotic Withdrawal treatment guidelines
2010-August 2014
Accepted, now being adapted for implementation
Development of NetLearning modules to assist in implementation

Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, Detroit Medical Center, Detroit, MI
(1 ½ hr/month, 10 months/year + 1 hr/month preparation time) 2005-ongoing

Medical Utilization Committee Childrens Hospital of Michigan (site specific Pharmacy and Therapeutics), Detroit, MA
(1 ½ hr/month, 10 months/year + 1 hr/month preparation time) 2004-ongoing

Critical Care Committee - Detroit Medical Center
1 1/2 hr/month, 10 months of the year + hr/month preparation time)

Professional
2012 Member Planning Committee Spring ACMT Course 2012
(2 hrs/month, 12 months/year)

2010-ongoing Medical Toxicology Fellowship Directors group
(4-6 hrs/month 12 months/year)

2008-ongoing Member, Education Committee, American College of Medical Toxicology
(2 hrs/month, 12 months/year)

2004-ongoing Member, Membership Committee, American College of Medical Toxicology
(2 hrs/month, 12 months/year)

2004-ongoing Member, Fellowship Committee, American College of Medical Toxicology
(2 hrs/month, 12 months/year)

1997-2003 Chair, Membership Committee, American College of Medical Toxicology

1997-2003 Chair, Fellowship Committee, American College of Medical Toxicology

1997-2003 Executive Board Member, American College of
Medical Toxicology

1996-ongoing Regional Toxicology Treatment Center (Centers for Poison Treatment), American College of Medical Toxicology

1989-1990 Toxicology Subcommittee, Standards Committee, American College of Emergency Medicine Clinical Guideline published in 1994 Annals of Emergency Medicine

Community

2012 Emerging SOOG work group 1 hour every other week

2012 Wayne County Drug of Abuse Council 2 hrs/month x 6 months

2009-ongoing Michigan Methamphetamine Task Force Advisory Committee
(2 hrs, 4 times per year)

2007-ongoing Michigan Department of Community Health Lead Advisory Committee
(3 hrs, 4 times a year)

2004-ongoing Region 2 South Bioterrorism Advisory Board, Detroit, MI
(2 hrs/month, 10 months/year)

2004-2012 Michigan-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team
(2 hrs/month in addition to 2 entire weekends/year) Have moved from active to active reserves

4/21-22/05 Selfridge Air Show – MI-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team, Attending Physician Selfridge Air National Guard Base, MI

8/26-9/9/05 Hurricane Katrina –MI-1 Disaster Team Attending Physician, Gulfport, MS

2/3-2/5/06 Superbowl XL –MI-1 Disaster Team, Attending Physician, Detroit, MI

8/27-9/1/06 Hurricane Ernesto – MI-1 Disaster Medical Team Attending Physician, Staged to Atlanta, GA

7/2009 Michigan Emergency Response Drill Detroit Metro Airport

Consulting

2008 ongoing ToxEd Online Toxicology Database
Reviewing and rewriting chapters from Haddad and Winchester’s Textbook of Clinical Management of Poisoning and Drug Overdose

2007-2008 Consultant to Lexi-Comp, Inc
Special consultant and reviewing editor for their upgrade and redesign of the Toxicology and CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiologic, Nuclear, and Environmental) databases

2003-2004 Consulting to Giner, Inc on the development of Toxic Alcohol Breath Analyzers

2002-2003 Chaparral Working Group, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences

2002-2004 Committee to Develop Pediatric Protocols for
Emergency Medical Services Operations and Planning for Weapons of Mass Destruction. National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center and TEEX in conjunction with the Office for Domestic Preparedness and U.S. Department of Justice

2001-2004 Toxicologist, Metropolitan Medical Response System, Worcester, MA

2001-2004 Massachusetts-Rhode Island Poison Control Advisory Committee

1998-2004 Toxicologist, City of Worcester Emergency Task Force

 

Publications

 1. A, Sung L, Aaron CK. Basal Ganglion hemorrhage as delayed complication of diethylene glycol intestion. Am J Forensic Med Pathol. 2017 Jan 13, doi: 10.1097/PAF.0000000000000295. [Epub ahead of print]

2. Arora NP, Berk WA, Aaron CK, Williams KA. Usefulness of intravenous lipid for cardiac toxicity from cocaine overdose. Am J

Cardiol, 2013 Feb 1: 111(3): 445-7. doi: 10.1016/j.amcard. 2012.10.022. Epub 2012 Nov 24

3. 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. doi: 10.1007/s13181-011-0199-6.

4. Brent J, McMartin KE, Philips S, Aaron C, Kulig K for the Methylpryrazole for Toxic Alcohols Study Group. New England Journal of Medicine 344: 424-429, 2001

5. Sivilotti ML*. Burns MJ. Aaron CK. McMartin KE. Brent J. Reversal of severe methanol-induced visual impairment: no evidence of retinal toxicity due to fomepizole. Journal of Toxicology - Clinical Toxicology. 39(6):627-31, 2001

6. Sivilotti ML*. Burns MJ. Aaron CK. Greenberg MJ. Pentobarbital for severe gamma-butyrolactone withdrawal. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 38(6):660-5, 2001

7. Sivilotti MLA*, Burns MJ, McMartin KE, Brent J. Toxicokinetics of Ethylene Glycol During Fomepizole Therapy: Implications for Management. Ann Emerg Med 36:114-125, 2000 (META group)

8. Brent J, McMartin K, Philips S. for the Methylpyrazole for Toxic Alcohols Study Group. Fomepizole for the Treatment of Ethylene Glycol Poisoning. New England Journal Medicine 340:832-8, 1999 (META group)
The META group is the Methylpyrazole for Toxic Alcohols Study Group, a consortium of 12 academic institutions enrolling patients within this study. Our facility enrolled patients and provided additional research data and interpretation to the META group.

9. Burns MJ*, Graudins A*, Aaron CK, et al. Treatment of methanol poisoning with intravenous 4-methylpyrazole. Ann Emerg Med 30: 829-32, 1997

10. Graudins A*, Burns MJ*, Aaron CK. Regional intravenous infusion of calcium gluconate for hydrofluoric acid burns of the upper extremity. Ann Emerg Med 30: 604-7, 1997

11. Spivey WH, Unger HD, McNamara RM, Aaron CK, Sobelof E: A Clinical Evaluation of the QBC II Centrifugal Hematology Analyzer in the Emergency Department. Journal of Emergency Medicine 7:329-33, 1989

12. McNamara RM, Aaron CK, Gemborys M, Davidheiser S: Efficacy of Charcoal Cathartic Versus Ipecac in Reducing Serum Acetaminophen in a Simulated Overdose. Annals of Emergency Medicine 18:934-38, 1989

13. McNamara RM, Aaron CK, Lather M: Endotracheal Diazepam: Absorption and Pulmonary Pathological Effects. Annals of Emergency Medicine 16:314-8, 1989

14. McNamara RM, Aaron CK, Gemborys M, Davidheiser S: Sorbitol Catharsis Does Not Enhance Efficacy of Charcoal in a Simulated Acetaminophen Overdose. Annals of Emergency Medicine 17:243 -6, 1988

15. Pentel PR, Aaron CK, Paya C: Therapeutic Doses of Phenylpropanolamine Increases Supine Systolic Blood Pressure. International Journal of Obesity 9:115-9, 1985
Medical school independent research

16. Kastem WH, Swindelhurst M, Aaron CK, Hooper J, Berry S J: Control of mRNA Translation in Oocytes and Developing Embryos of Giant Moths: I. Function of the 5' Terminal Cap in the Tobacco Hormworm, Manduca sexta. Developmental Biology 89:437-49, 1982 Undergraduate lab research work

*Fellow under my direct supervision

Case reports:
1. Daubert GP, Mabasa VH, Leung VWY, Aaron CK. Acute clenbuterol overdose resulting in supraventricular tachycardia and atrial fibrillation. Journal of Medical Toxicology. 3 (2) 56-60, 2007

2. Terlato RJ, Kopec SE, Aaron CK, Laifer LI, Becker RC. Massive Overdose of Cardizem. Journal of Intensive Care Medicine 11(2): 108- 113, 1996

3. Graudins A*, Aaron CK. Delayed peak serum valproic acid in massive divalproex overdose-treatment with charcoal hemoperfusion. J Tox Clin Toxicol 34:335-41,1996

*Fellow under my direct supervision

Review Articles

1. Aaron C, King A. Organophosphorus Pesticide Poisoning. In: Lynn R, ed. ACP Smart Medicine (Internet). Philadelphia: American College of

Physicians; 2015. In production.
http://smartmedicine.acponline.org/content.aspx?gbosID=93

2. King A, Aaron CK. Organophosphate and Carbamate Poisoning in Mangement of Hazardous Material Emergencies, Clinics Review Articles: Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. 33 (2015): 133-151

3. Katiyar A*, Aaron C. Case Files of the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Regional Poison Control Center: The use of carnitine for the management of acute valproic acid toxicity. Journal of Medical Toxicology 3(3):129- 138, 2007

4. Stewart CE, Aaron CK, Burnstein JL. Chemical warfare agents: part II: nerve agents, blood agents, and protective gear. Emergency Medicine Reports, April 21, 2003

5. Cetaruk E*, Aaron CK: Hazards of nonprescription medications in Emergency Medical Clinics of North America 12, 483, 1994

6. Aaron CK: Hydrofluoric Acid. Hospital Pharmacy Hotline 305), 1990

7. Aaron CK: Sympathomimetics in Emergency Medical Clinics of North America, Emergency Aspects of Drug Abuse. 8:513-26, 1990

8. Aaron CK: Epidemic Hysteria. Journal of Emergency Medical Service. 12:38-41, 1987

*Fellow under my direct supervision

Invited Review
1. Aaron CK. Toxin Ingestions in Children. BMJ Point-of-Care 2015. www.pointofcare.bmj.com or https://online.epocrates.com/u/2911885/Toxic+ingestions+in+children

2. Aaron CK, Bora K*. Toxin Ingestions in Children. BMJ Point-of-Care 2009, 2010; 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016. www.pointofcare.bmj.com or https://online.epocrates.com/u/2911885/Toxic+ingestions+in+children

3. Smolinske S, Aaron CK. Common Toxic Plant Ingestions. Epocrates online 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 https://online.epocrates.com/u/29111051/Common+toxic+plant+ingestion s,

4. Roberts D, Aaron CK. Organophosphorous Poisoning. British Medical Journal 2007:334;629-634

Invited Editorial
1. Aaron CK. The tipping point. Ann Emerg Med. 2015 Aug;66(2):182-4. doi: 10.1016/j.annemergmed.2015.06.008

2. Aaron CK. Organophosphosphate-induced intermediate syndrome: Can electrophysiological changes help predict outcome? PLoS Med 5(7): e154. doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.0050154

3. Aaron C. Perspectives on Organophosphate Poisoning Induced Intermediate Syndrome Is a Spectrum Disorder. Public Library of Science- Medicine 5(7): e154.doi:10.1371/journal. Pmed.0050154, 2008

4. Aaron C. Safety of adult nerve autoinjectors in Children [Editorial]. Journal of Pediatrics. 141(1), 8-10, 2005

Letters to the Editor
1. Bora K*, Aaron CK. Pitfalls in salicylate toxicity. Am J Emerg Med, 2010, Mar; 28(3): 383-4

2. Graudins A*, Burns MJ*, Aaron CK. Regional intravenous infusion of calcium gluconate for hydrofluoric acid burns of the upper extremity. Ann Emerg Med Response to Letter to the Editor: Ann Emerg Med 31:526-7, 1998
3. Graudins A*, Aaron CK, Linden CH. Overdose of extended-release Acetaminophen.
New England Journal of Medicine 333, 196, 1995 (Letter)
New England Journal of Medicine 333, 1508, 1995 (Response

4. Hershman Z, Aaron CK: Prolongation of cocaine effect (letter). Anesthesiology 74:631-2, 1991

5. Aaron CK: Collapse and Coma-Letter to the editor. Hospital Practice 25:16, 1990

6. Brown JF, Hoffman RS, Aaron CK, Vassallo S: Theophylline Therapy (letter). Annals of Emergency Medicine 18:425-6, 1989

Non peer reviewed:
1. Movement Festival Bulletin on Drugs of Abuse. Detroit Medical Center. Children’s Hospital of Michigan Regional Poison Control Center. 2016

*Fellow under my direct supervision

Books and chapters

1. King AM, Bisoski L, Aaron CK. Antidepressant Poisoning. In Irwin and

Rippe’s Intensive Care Medicine. Accepted 2016. Updated chapter in textbook
2. Malone ER, King AM, Aaron CK. Sympathomimetic Syndrome. In Critical Care Toxicology: Diagnosis and management of the poisoned patient. Accepted 2016. Updated chapter in textbook
3. Aaron CK, Rhee, J, Dolcourt, B. Pesticides in Rosen’s Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice, 7th ed. 2010, 2015. J Marx, R Hockberger, R Walls, eds. C.V. Mosby, St. Louis

4. King AM, Aaron CK. Organophosphate and Carbamate Poisoning in Mangement of Hazardous Material Emergencies, Clinics Review Articles: Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. 33 (2015): 133-151 (PEER REVIEWED)
5. Aaron CK, Smolinske SC: Conditions: Generalized Neuropathies, ToxEd [database online]. Gold Standard, Inc., http://www.toxed.com
6. Aaron CK, Smolinske SC: Organophosphates and Carbamates, ToxEd [database online]. Gold Standard, Inc., 12/12/08, http://www.toxed.com
7. Aaron CK, Liebelt E: Tricyclic Antidepressants and Other Cyclic Antidepressants, ToxEd [database online]. Gold Standard, Inc., 12/12/08, http://www.toxed.com
8. Aaron CK, Katiyar A*: Cyclic Antidepressants in Intensive Care Medicine RS Irwin, JM Rippe, 6th ed. Wolers Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, 2007. Also in 7th edition.
9. Aaron CK, Barret M, Winter CK. Consultants for Prototype Monograph on Chaparral in Dietary Supplements, A Framework for Evaluating Safety. Institute of Medicine and National Research Council. The National Academies Press,
10. Aaron CK. Organophosphates in Toxicology, 4th ed. Haddad and Winchester’s Clinical Management of Poisoning and Drug Overdose, 4th ed. MW Shannon, SW Borron, MJ Burns eds. Saunders/Elsevier, Philadelphia, 2007
11. Brush DE*, Aaron CK. Cyclic Antidepressants in Haddad and Winchester’s Clinical Management of Poisoning and Drug Overdose, 4th ed. MW Shannon, SW Borron, MJ Burns eds. Saunders/Elsevier, Philadelphia, 2007
12. Aaron CK. Pesticides in Rosen’s Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice, 6th ed. J Marx, R Hockberger, R Walls, eds. C.V. Mosby, St. Louis. 2006
13. Aaron CK. Chemical Agents in Pediatric WMD, EMS Operations and Planning for Weapons of Mass Destruction. Texas A & M University, Texas Engineering Extension Service and the National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center under sponsorship from Office of Domestic Preparedness, Department of Justice.
14. Liang IE*, Aaron CK. Complications of Alcohol Abuse in The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine 4th ed. Eds: Harwood-Nuss A, Linden CH, Luten KC, Shepherd SM, Wolfson AB. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia,

2005
15. Aaron CK, Katherine Northrup**. Sympathomimetic Toxindrome in Critical Care Toxicology. Eds: Brent J, Wallace KL, Burkhart KK, Phillips SD, Donovan JW. Mosby (Elsevier), Washington DC 2005
16. Brush DE*, Aaron CK. Hydrogen Fluoride and Ammonium Fluoride in Medical Toxicology, 3rd edition. RC Dart, ed. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, 2004
17. Graudins A*, Aaron CK: Sedative-Hypnotic Poisoning in Intensive Care Medicine in Intensive Care Medicine 4th edition. RS Irwin, FB Cerra, JM Rippe. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, 1999. Also 5th edition, RS Irwin, FB Cerra JM Ripped. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia 2002. Also in 6th edition. RS Irwin and JM Rippe. Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, 2007. Also 7th ed. In press
18. Aaron CK. Anticonvulsant Toxicity, in Intensive Care Medicine 3rd ed. Rippe JM, Irwin RS, Alpert JS, Fink MP, editors. Little Brown and Company Boston. 1996 , Also 4th edition. RS Irwin, FB Cerra, JM Rippe. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, 1999. Also 5th edition, RS Irwin, FB
19. Aaron CK. Organophosphate and Carbamates in Clinical Toxicology. M Ford, K Delaney, L Ling, R. Rose, editors. W.B Saunders and Company, Philadelphia, PA, 2001
20. Schmidt C, Schmidt E, Aaron CK: Sedative Hypnotic Poisoning in Intensive Care Medicine, 3rd ed. Rippe JM, Irwin RS, Fink MP, Cerra FB. editors. Little Brown Company, Boston, 1996
21. Ferm R, Aaron CK: Anticholinergic Poisoning in Intensive Care Medicine, 3rd ed. Rippe JM, Irwin RS, Fink MP, Cerra FB, editors. Little Brown and Company, Boston, 1996
22. Aaron CK: Cholinergic Toxicity in Intensive Care Medicine, in Intensive Care Medicine 3rd ed. Rippe JM, Irwin RS, Alpert JS, Fink MP, editors. Little Brown and Company Boston. 1996 , Also 4th edition. RS Irwin, FB Cerra, JM Rippe. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, 1999. Also 5th edition, RS Irwin, FB Cerra JM Rippe. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia 2002. Also in 6th edition. RS Irwin and JM Rippe. Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, 2007. Also 7th ed, in press
23. Aaron CK: Cyclic Antidepressants in Intensive Care Medicine , in Intensive Care Medicine 3rd ed. Rippe JM, Irwin RS, Alpert JS, Fink MP, editors. Little Brown and Company Boston. 1996 , Also 4th edition. RS Irwin, FB Cerra, JM Rippe. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, 1999. Also 5th edition, RS Irwin, FB Cerra JM Rippe. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia 2002.
24. Aaron CK. Complications of Alcohol Abuse in The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine 2nd ed. Eds: Harwood-Nuss A, Linden CH, Luten KC, Shepherd SM, Wolfson AB. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, 1996, Also 3rd ed., Eds: Harwood-Nuss A, Linden CH, Luten KC, Shepherd SM, Wolfson AB. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, 2000
25. Aaron CK. Toxicologic Emergencies in A Practical Approach to Emergency Medicine, 2nd ed. Ed: Stine RJ, Chudnofsky CL, Aaron CK.

Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1994
26. Stine RS, Chudnofsky CR, Aaron CK. Editors: A Practical Approach to Emergency Medicine, 2nd ed. Little Brown and Company, Boston, 1994
27. Aaron CK, Ferm RF Lysergic Acid Diethylamide and Other Psychedelics in Goldfrank's Toxicologic Emergencies, 5th ed. LR Goldfrank, LE Flomenbaum, KS Weisman, et al, editors. Appleton & Lange, Norwalk, 1994
28. Howland MA, Aaron CK in Antidotes in Depth: Pralidoxime in Goldfrank's Toxicologic Emergencies, 5th ed. LR Goldfrank, LE Flomenbaum, RS Weisman, et al, editors. Appleton & Lange, Norwalk, 1994, also 6th edition, 1998.
29. Aaron CK in Antidotes in Depth: Cyanide in Goldfrank's Toxicologic Emergencies, 5th ed. LR Goldfrank, LE Flomenbaum, RS Weisman, et al, editors. Appleton & Lange, Norwalk, 1994, also 6th edition, 1998.
30. Aaron CK, Howland MA. Insecticides: Organophosphates and Carbamates in Goldfrank's Toxicologic Emergencies, 5th ed. LR Goldfrank, LE Flomenbaum, RS Weisman, et al, editors. Appleton & Lange, Norwalk, 1994. Also in 6th edition, 1998.
31. Aaron CK: Poisoning with Organophosphates and Carbamates. Medicine for the Practicing Physician, , 2nd edition, 1992. also 3rd edition 1996, 4th ed. J. Willis Hurst, editor, Butterworth-Heinemann, Boston, 1996.
32. Burke K, Restuccia M, Aaron CK, Schmidt C, Schmidt E, Soslow A: Sedative Hypnotics in Intensive Care Medicine. 2nd edition. Rippe JM, Irwin RS, Alpert JS, Fink MP Little, editors, Little Brown and Company, Boston, 1991
33. Silver K, Aaron CK: Anticholinergics in Intensive Care Medicine. 2nd edition. Rippe JM, Irwin RS, Alpert IS, Fink MP Little, editors, Little Brown and Company, Boston, 1991
34. Aaron CK, Linden C: Editors, Toxicology Section in Intensive Care Medicine, 2nd ed. Rippe JM, Irwin RS, Alpert JS, Fink MP, editors. Little Brown and Company, Boston, 1991, Also: 3rd ed. Rippe JM, Irwin RS, Fink MP, Cerra FB, editors. Little Brown and Company, Boston, 1996. Also 4th edition, RS Irwin, FB Cerra, JM Rippe. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, 1999
35. Aaron CK, Harnett L. Antidotes in Depth: Cyanide in Goldfrank's Toxicologic Emergencies, 4th ed. LR Goldfrank, LE Flomenbaum, RS Weisman, et al, editors. Appleton & Lange, Norwalk, 1990
36. Aaron CK. Lysergic Acid Diethylamide and other Psychedelics in Goldfrank's Toxicologic Emergencies, 4th ed. LR Goldfrank, LE Flomenbaum, RS Weisman, et al, editors. Appleton & Lange, Norwalk, 1990
37. Aaron CK, Goldfrank LG, Bresnitz EA, et al Organophosphates and Carbamates in Goldfrank's Toxicologic Emergencies, 4th ed. LR Goldfrank, LE Flomenbaum, RS Weisman, et al, editors. Appleton & Lange, Norwalk, 1990,
38. Aaron CK, Howland MA. Antidotes in Depth: Pralidoxime in Goldfrank's

Toxicologic Emergencies, 4th ed. LR Goldfrank, LE Flomenbaum, RS Weisman, et al, editors. Appleton & Lange, Norwalk, 1990

*Fellow under my direct supervision
**Resident under my direct supervision

PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS

1. Malone EM, Bisoski LC, King AM, Baltarowich L, Aaron CK. Severe thallium toxicity treated successfully with Prussian Blue and CVVH. ACMT Annual Scientific Meeting, March 31-April 2, 2017, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Accepted-will be in Clinical Toxicology
2. Malone EM, Bisoski LC, King AM, Aaron CK. A case of adult lead toicity in Southeast Michigan (It’s not just the water in Flint). ACMT Annual Scientific Meeting, March 31-April 2, 2017, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Accepted-will be in Clinical Toxicology
3. Bisoski LC, Malone EM, Aaron CK, King AM. A child with severe choreoathetoid movements associated with multiple psychotropic medications. ACMT Annual Scientific Meeting, March 31-April 2, 2017, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Accepted-will be in Clinical Toxicology
4. King AM, Aaron CK. Stoned by the philosopher: the tragic case of the mercurious neighbor. ACMT Annual Scientific Meeting, March 31-April 2, 2017, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Accepted-will be in Clinical Toxicology
5. Aaron CK, Schian D, Malone E, King AM. All that shines is not gold. Annual Meeting of the American Congress of Clinical Toxicology, Sept. 14-16,2016, Boston, MA Sheraton Hotel. Clinical Toxicology, 54:8. 659- 811
6. King AM, Nefcy A, Rhayem W, Malone E, Aaron CK. Severe alprazolam withdrawal treated with GABA agents and ketamine infusion. Annual Meeting of the American Congress of Clinical Toxicology, Sept. 14-16, 2016,Boston, MA Sheraton Hotel. Clinical Toxicology, 54:8. 659-811
7. Malone E, King AM, Aaron CK. A case series of Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake evnvenomations. Annual Meeting of the American Congress of Clinical Toxicology, Sept. 14-16, 2016,Boston, MA Sheraton Hotel. Clinical Toxicology, 54:8. 659-811
8. Malone E, King AM. Iatrogenic lamotrigine toxicity manifesting as encephalopathy with chorea. Annual Meeting of the American Congress of Clinical Toxicology, Sept. 14-16,2016, Boston, MA Sheraton Hotel. Clinical Toxicology, 54:8. 659-811
9. Musselman M, Farber M, Smolnske S, Aaron C. A comparison of high dose insulin therapy and conventional inotropic therapy in calcium channel blocker and/or beta blocker toxic ingestions. Ann Emerg Med 58(4): S325, 2011

10. Bargeon J*, Aaron CK. Intractable seizures following dalfampiridine ingestion. Clin Toxicol 49 (6);617, 2011
11. Bora K, Aaron C, Hedge M. Herbal body building supplement-Get big or die trying. Clin Toxicol 48(6); 628, 2010
12. Bora KM, Dolcourt BA, Katiyar A, Aaron CA. Zinc and Copper Kinetics Following Massive Overdose. Clin Tox, 2009; 47(7), 764
13. Bora KM, Dolcourt BA, Aaron CA. Colchicine Kinetics in Overdose. Clin Tox, 2009; 47(7), 763.
14. Dolcourt BA, Aaron CK. Intravenous fat emulsion for refractory verapamil and atenolol induced shock: A human case report. Clin Toxicol 46(7): 165, 2008
15. Katiyar A, Subramaniam M, Smolinske S. Aaron C. Thermometer induced acrodynia in the 21st century. Clin Toxicology 45 (6); 612, 2007
16. Daubert GP, Mabasa VH, Leung VWY, Aaron CK. Supraventricular tachycardia and atrial fibrillation following acute clenbuterol overdose in a bodybuilder. Clinical Toxicology 44(5); 626-7, 2006
17. Rosenthal MS, Dunne R, Aaron CK, Doty A. Hurricane Katrina: One Disaster Medical Team’s Approach, An Evaluation. Academic Emergency Medicine 13(5) S1, pS97, 2006
18. Katiyar A, Daubert GP, Aaron CK. Acute Renal Failure Following Acute Oral Valacyclovir Overdose. Clinical Toxicology 43 (6): 732-3, 2005
19. Temple KJ, Aaron CK. Marked Elevation in Blood Lead Levels in a Pediatric Patient Without Evidence of Encephalopathy. Clinical Toxicology 43 (6): 758, 2005
20. Daubert GP, Aaron C, Smolinske S. Acute Pediatric Donepezil Overdose Presenting as a Cholinergic Toxindrome. Clinical Toxicology 43 (5): 483, 2005
21. Mazzola JL, Bird SB, Aaron CK, Boyer EW. Levofloxacin and Donepezil: A new drug-drug-interaction? J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 42(4): 548, 2004
22. Mazzola JL, Bird SB. Brush E, Boyer EW, Aaron CK. Anticholinergic syndrome after olanzepine overdose. Clin Toxicol 41: 472, 2003
23. Liang IE, Estes KE, Bird SB, Brush DE, Aaron CK, Boyer EW. Acute phenylbutazone toxicity: A toxicokinetic analysis. J Tox Clin Tox 42(5):745, 2004
24. Bird SB*. Mazzola JL. Brush DE*. Boyer EW. Aaron CK. A Prospective Evaluation of Abbreviated Oral N-acetylcysteine (NAC) Therapy for Acetaminophen Poisoning. [Journal Article] Academic Emergency Medicine. 10(5):521, 2003 May.
25. Aaron CK. Stiles P. Factitious digoxin toxicity from interference with an automated immunoassay. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 41(5): 678, 2003
26. Sivilotti ML, Bird S. Montalvo M, Aaron CK, Brison RJ, Linden CH. Serum a-glutathione s-transferase becomes elevated shortly after subtoxic acetaminophen overdose. Acad. Emerg Med. 2002; 9(5):534-5
27. Sivilotti ML. Burns MJ. Aaron CK. McMartin KE. Brent J. Reversal of severe methanol-induced visual impairment: no evidence of retinal toxicity due to fomepizole. Ann Emerg Med 35:S52, 2000

28. Aaron CK. Cardiac arrest from aspirated magnesium citrate/charcoal slurry. Clin Toxicol 35: 505, 1997
29. Aaron CK, Fudem GM, Hartigan CF. et. al. Treatment of extremity hydrofluoric acid burns: An in viv histopathologic comparison of topical, locally infiltrated, intraarterial and regional IV calcium. Ann Emerg Med. 5: 419, 1996

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Fellow, American College of Emergency Medicine Pediatric Emergency Medicine Section Toxicology Section

Fellow, American College of Medical Toxicology Education Committee
Fellowship Committee Membership Committee

Member, American Association of Clinical Toxicology

Member, American Association of Poison Control Centers Member, Michigan College of Emergency Medicine Member, Michigan Medical Society