|Use of a structured observation tool to promote medical student engagement in trauma resuscitations.
Thornton S, Schaps D, Leraas H, Gordon D, Ginsberg Z, Vatsaas C, Greenwald E, Tracy E. Journal of Surgical Education.
|Accepted for publication|
|Boarding of Critically Ill Patients in the Emergency Department
Mohr NM, Wessman B, Bassin B, Elie-Turenne MC, Ellender T, Emlet L, Ginsberg Z, Gunnerson K, Jones K, Kram B, Marcolini E and S Rudy.
Critical Care Medicine – Vol 48, No 8. August 2020, pg 1099-1247
|Spatial methods for evaluating critical care and trauma transport: A scoping review.
Vasilyeva Y, Widener MJ, Galvagno SM, Ginsberg Z. Journal of Critical Care. Volume 43, September 2017, pp 265-270.
|Case Series Applying Extracorporeal Liver Support for Trauma-Induced Hepatic Dysfunction ELS in Hepatic Trauma.
Ginsberg Z, Thurman P, Scalea TM, Stein DM. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. Volume 80, Issue 6, June 2016, pp 1039-1044.
|Time Cost Tradeoffs between Ground and Helicopter Emergency Medical Services: A Geographic Information Science Approach. Widener M, Ginsberg Z, Schleith D, Floccare D, Hirshon JM, Galvagno S. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, Volume 86, Number 7, July 2015, pp. 620-627(8)
|Emergency Department Bouncebacks: is lack of primary care access the primary cause? Moskovitz J, Ginsberg Z. Journal of Emergency Medicine, Vol. 49, No. 1, pp. 70–77, 2015 PMID: 25862359
|Ginsberg Z, Menaker J. Trauma Resuscitation: The Use of Blood and Blood Products Trauma Reports. July/August 2014; Vol 15: Number 4|
|Ginsberg Z, Kreismann E. Patient Requests for Nonindicated Care Virtual Mentor. 2011; 13:217-219. PMID 23131325
|Ohio Under COVID: “Lessons in resiliency during a pandemic: did we do everything we could?”
|Accepted Pending External Review|
|The Physiologically Difficult Intubation
Ginsberg Z, Weingart SD. Physiology of the Peri-Intubation. In: Farcy DA, Chiu WC, Marshall JP, Osborn TM, eds. Critical Care Emergency Medicine, Second Edition. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education; 2017: 21-24.
|Electronic Medical Records and Health IT Meaningful Use: A Pathway to Improving Quality of Care and Patient Outcomes
Emergency Medicine Residency Association’s Advocacy Handbook, 3rd Edition