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Suzan S. Mazor, MD

Suzan S. Mazor, MD

Toxicology, Emergency Medicine

On staff since November 2004

Children's Title: Director, Toxicology

Research Center: Center for Clinical and Translational Research

Suzan S. Mazor, MD, is an emergency attending physician at Seattle Children’s Hospital and assistant professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She is the director of the toxicology service at Seattle Children’s. She received her MD from University of Illinois at Chicago.

She completed her residency at Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, a fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine at Children’s Memorial Hospital, Chicago, and a fellowship in medical toxicology at Toxikon Consortium, John H. Stroger Hospital of Cook County, Chicago. Mazor is associate medical director of the Washington Poison Control Center in Seattle. She is a member of the American College of Medical Toxicology, American Board of Pediatrics, Ambulatory Pediatric Association and the Section on Emergency Medicine of the AAP. She is diplomate of the American Board of Medical Toxicology, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, American Board of Pediatrics and National Board of Medical Examiners.

Overview

Board Certification(s)

Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Pediatrics
Medical Toxicology

Medical/Professional School

University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago

Residency

Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital - Pediatric Residency, Cincinnati

Fellowship

Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago
Medical Toxicology, Toxikon Consortium, Chicago

Research Focus Area

Translational Research

Publications

  • Michiels EA, Mazor SS
    Toddler with seizures due to ingesting camphor at an Indian celebration.
    Pediatric emergency care , 2010 Aug. : 574-5
  • Mazor SS, Feldman KW, Sugar NF, Sotero M
    Pediatric tramadol ingestion resulting in seizurelike activity: a case series.
    Pediatric emergency care , 2008 June : 380-1
  • Mazor SS, Feldman KW, Sugar NF, Sotero M
    Pediatric tramadol ingestion resulting in seizurelike activity: a case series.
    Pediatric emergency care , 2008 June : 380-1
  • Marciniak KE, Thomas IH, Brogan TV, Roberts JS, Czaja A, Mazor SS
    Massive ibuprofen overdose requiring extracorporeal membrane oxygenation for cardiovascular support.
    Pediatric critical care medicine : a journal of the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies , 2007 Mar. : 180-2
  • Mazor SS, Mycyk MB, Wills BK, Brace LD, Gussow L, Erickson T
    Coca tea consumption causes positive urine cocaine assay.
    European journal of emergency medicine : official journal of the European Society for Emergency Medicine , 2006 Dec. : 340-1
  • Mycyk MB, DesLauriers C, Metz J, Wills B, Mazor SS
    Compliance with poison center fomepizole recommendations is suboptimal in cases of toxic alcohol poisoning.
    American journal of therapeutics , 2006 Nov. : 485-9
  • Horowitz R, Mazor SS, Aks SE, Leikin JB
    Accidental clonidine patch ingestion in a child.
    American journal of therapeutics , 2005 May : 272-4
  • Mycyk MB, Mazor SS
    Comment: Rhabdomyolysis and acute renal failure following an ethanol and diphenhydramine overdose.
    The Annals of pharmacotherapy , 2003 Sept. : 1345; author reply 1345-6
  • Mazor SS, McNulty JE, Roosevelt GE
    Interpretation of traumatic lumbar punctures: who can go home?
    Pediatrics , 2003 Mar. : 525-8
  • Mazor SS, Hampers LC, Chande VT, Krug SE
    Teaching Spanish to pediatric emergency physicians: effects on patient satisfaction.
    Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine , 2002 July : 693-5