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Carlo Rosen, MD

Residency and Training    

Denver Health Medical Center 1995

Academic Rank

Associate Professor

About Dr. Rosen

Carlo Rosen is founding Program Director of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency since 1999. Dr. Rosen is Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He has been the Emergency Medicine Program Director at BIDMC since 1999. He is also currently Vice Chair for Education in the Department of Emergency Medicine at BIDMC.

Dr. Rosen's research and academic interests include the use of ultrasound in emergency medicine, trauma management, and postgraduate education. He is an associate editor for the fourth and fifth editions of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine. He is also an associate editor for the Journal of Emergency Medicine.

Major Publications

Easter JS, Barkin R, Rosen CL, Ban K. Cervical spine injuries in children, part I: Mechanism of injury, clinical presentation, and imaging. J Emerg Med. 2011;41(2).

Easter JS, Barkin R, Rosen CL, Ban K. Cervical spine injuries in children, part II: Management and special considerations. J Emerg Med. 2011;41(2).

Rosen CL, Brown DF, Chang Y, Moore C, Averill NJ, Arkoff LJ, McCabe CJ, Wolfe RE. Ultrasonography by emergency physicians in patients with suspected cholecystitis. Am J Emerg Med. 2001;19:32-36.

Callaway D, Shapiro NI, Donnino MW, Baker C, Rosen CL. Serum Lactate and Base Deficit as Predictors of Mortality in Normotensive Elderly Blunt Trauma Patients. J Trauma 2009;66:1040-4.

Seigel T, McGillicuddy DC, Barkin AZ, Rosen CL. Morbidity and Mortality Conference in Emergency Medicine. J Emerg Med. (In press; Epub Feb 5, 2009)

Easter JS, Barkin R, Rosen CL, Ban K. Cervical spine injuries in children, part I: Mechanism of injury, clinical presentation, and imaging. J Emerg Med. 2010 May 19. (Epub ahead of print).

Easter JS, Barkin R, Rosen CL, Ban K. Cervical spine injuries in children, part II: Management and special considerations. J Emerg Med. 2010 May 19. (Epub ahead of print).

E-mail

crosen2 @ bidmc.harvard.edu
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