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James M. Gray, MD, MEd


  • Attending Physician, Division of Emergency Medicine
  • Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

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Publications

Hepatic Lesions in an Immunocompetent Child Previously Treated for Cat Scratch Disease With Azithromycin. Choi, JH; Thomas, P; Gray, JM; Miller-Handley, H; Kurowski, EM; Vukovic, AA. Clinical Pediatrics. 2022.

Association of chest compression pause duration prior to E-CPR cannulation with cardiac arrest survival outcomes. Lauridsen, KG; Lasa, JJ; Raymond, TT; Niles, D; Sutton, RM; Morgan, RW; Fran Hazinski, M; Griffis, H; Hanna, R; Zhang, X; et al. Resuscitation. 2022; 177:85-92.

Implementation of a Pediatric Emergency Department Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Quality Bundle. Runkle, AP; Gray, J; Cabrera-Thurman, MK; Frey, M; Hoehn, EF; Kerrey, BT; Vukovic, AA. Pediatrics. 2022; 150.

Risk of malignancy following emergency department Bell's palsy diagnosis in children. Walsh, PS; Gray, JM; Ramgopal, S; Lipshaw, MJ. American Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2022; 53:63-67.

Going viral: A scoping review of the current state and impact of online research dissemination in emergency medicine. Gray, JM; Schnadower, D; LaFollette, R; Shah, AS; Sobolewski, B. Aem Education and Training. 2022; 6.

Case Studies of Challenges in Emergency Care for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Gray, JM; Roback, MG. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2021; 37:e1756-e1758.

Ondansetron prescription for vomiting associated with 72-hour ED return reduction. Gray, JM; Hendrickson, MA. Journal of Pediatrics. 2021; 228:310-313.

Ondansetron Prescription for Home Use in a Pediatric Emergency Department. Gray, JM; Maewal, JD; Lunos, SA; Furnival, RA; Hendrickson, MA. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2020; 36:e120-e124.

Identifying Patients With Kawasaki Disease Safe for Early Discharge: Development of a Risk Prediction Model at a US Children's Hospital. Hester, GZ; Watson, D; Nickel, AJ; Ryan, N; Jepson, B; Gray, J; Bergmann, KR. Hospital pediatrics. 2019; 9:749-756.

Procedural sedation in children with autism spectrum disorders in the emergency department. Brown, JJ; Gray, JM; Roback, MG; Sethuraman, U; Farooqi, A; Kannikeswaran, N. American Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2019; 37:1404-1408.

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