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Ian S. deSouza

Ian S. deSouza Title: Assistant Professor

Director, AHA Training Center, SUNY Downstate Medical Center

Chair, Resuscitation Committee, University Hospital of Brooklyn
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Division: Community Training Center (CTC)
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Medical School: New York University
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Graduation Date: 05/1999
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Residency Training: New York University
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Areas of Professional Interest: Resuscitation and Critical Care
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Phone: 718.245.4790
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E-Mail: ian.deSouza@downstate.edu
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Publications:
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Search Dr. deSouza's Publications on PubMed.
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2007 Marill KA, deSouza IS, Nishijima DK, et al. A Comparison of Amiodarone and Procainamide for the Termination of Spontaneous Sustained Ventricular Tachycardia. Acad Emerg Med 2007 14: S129-a
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2006 Marill KA, deSouza IS, Nishijima DK, et al. Amiodarone, as Currently Administered, Infrequently Terminates Sustained Monomorphic Ventricular Tachycardia. Ann Emerg Med 2006:47(3):217-24.
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2005 Greenberg MI, Hendrickson RG, Silverberg M (ed.). Greenberg's Atlas of Emergency Medicine. Contributing author: "Flexion Teardrop Fracture" and "Clay Shoveler's Fracture". Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Williams, 2005.
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2002 Gill JR, Hayes JA, deSouza IS, Marker E, Stajic, M. Ecstasy (MDMA) Deaths in New York City: A Case Series and Review of the Literature. J Forensic Sci 2002;47(1):121-6.
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2001 Prolonged QT Segment and Syncope With Loratidine Use.[abstract].Hoffman
RJ, deSouza I, Stetz JE, Chu J, Nelson LS, Hoffman RS. Journal of
Toxicology/Clinical Toxicology 2001;39:505.
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Outside Interests:
international medical outreach, free writing
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