Matthew L. Wong
Matthew L. Wong
Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
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Prevalence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus on the stethoscopes of emergency medical services providers
MA Merlin, ML Wong, PW Pryor, K Rynn, A Marques-Baptista, R Perritt, ...
Prehospital Emergency Care 13 (1), 71-74, 2009
Time to invasive airway placement and resuscitation outcomes after inhospital cardiopulmonary arrest
ML Wong, S Carey, TJ Mader, HE Wang, ...
Resuscitation 81 (2), 182-186, 2010
An Evaluation of the Accuracy of Emergency Physician Activation of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory for Patients With Suspected ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction
ML Wong, RM Eisenstein
Annals of Emergency Medicine 56 (6), 705-706, 2010
Grit, anxiety, and stress in emergency physicians
ML Wong, J Anderson, T Knorr, JW Joseph, LD Sanchez
The American journal of emergency medicine 36 (6), 1036-1039, 2018
Modelling attending physician productivity in the emergency department: a multicentre study
JW Joseph, S Davis, EH Wilker, ML Wong, O Litvak, SJ Traub, ...
Emergency Medicine Journal 35 (5), 317-322, 2018
Assessing the rates of error and adverse events in the ED
RS Klasco, RE Wolfe, M Wong, J Edlow, D Chiu, PD Anderson, ...
The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33 (12), 1786-1789, 2015
Early, awake proning in emergency department patients with COVID-19
NM Dubosh, ML Wong, AV Grossestreuer, YK Loo, LD Sanchez, D Chiu, ...
The American journal of emergency medicine 46, 640-645, 2021
Pedometer-measured physical activity among emergency physicians during shifts
GA Peters, ML Wong, LD Sanchez
The American journal of emergency medicine 38 (1), 118-121, 2020
Deep‐learning approaches to identify critically Ill patients at emergency department triage using limited information
JW Joseph, EL Leventhal, AV Grossestreuer, ML Wong, LJ Joseph, ...
Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians Open 1 (5), 773-781, 2020
Artery of Percheron Stroke
ML Wong, J Edlow
Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2018
Do slow and steady residents win the race? Modeling the effects of peak and overall resident productivity in the emergency department
JW Joseph, V Novack, ML Wong, LA Nathanson, LD Sanchez
The Journal of Emergency Medicine 53 (2), 252-259, 2017
Purulent bacterial pericarditis from Staphylococcus aureus
A Kaye, GA Peters, JW Joseph, ML Wong
Clinical Case Reports 7 (7), 1331-1334, 2019
The effect of Signed-Out emergency department patients on resident productivity
JW Joseph, BA Stenson, NM Dubosh, ML Wong, DT Chiu, J Fisher, ...
The Journal of Emergency Medicine 55 (2), 244-251, 2018
Pasteurella multocida epiglottitis
A Moyko, NJ Ali, NM Dubosh, ML Wong
Clinical Practice and Cases in Emergency Medicine 1 (1), 22, 2017
Pulse rate variability in emergency physicians during shifts: pilot cross-sectional study
GA Peters, ML Wong, JW Joseph, LD Sanchez
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (10), e13909, 2019
Experience within the emergency department and improved productivity for first-year residents in emergency medicine and other specialties
JW Joseph, DT Chiu, ML Wong, CL Rosen, LA Nathanson, LD Sanchez
Western Journal of Emergency Medicine 19 (1), 128, 2018
Patients with mild COVID-19 symptoms and coincident pulmonary embolism: a case series
JW Joseph, JC Roberts, CN Weaver, JS Anderson, ML Wong
Clinical Practice and Cases in Emergency Medicine 4 (3), 295, 2020
Research priorities for physician wellness in academic emergency medicine: consensus from the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Wellness Committee
AS Chung, ML Wong, LD Sanchez, DW Lu, RA Manfredi, H Mishkin, ...
AEM Education and Training 2, S40-S47, 2018
Strategies for provider well-being in the emergency department
ML Wong, AS Chung
Emergency Medicine Clinics 38 (3), 729-738, 2020
Salivary cortisol concentrations, grit, and the effect of time
ML Wong, G Peters, JW Joseph, A Chung, LD Sanchez
AEM Education and Training, 2019
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