Emergency Medicine Research: Anaphylaxis and Epinephrine

Selected Publications

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Foreign bodies

  1. Hills RW, Brown JC. Brownstein D. Barotrauma: a complication of positive pressure for nasal foreign body removal in a pediatric patient. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2008; 52(6): 623-5.
  2. Brown JC, Rizvi S, Klein EJ, Bittner R. Hydroscopic Properties of Organic Objects That May Present as Aural Foreign Bodies. Journal of Clinical Medicine Research. Aug 2010; 2(4): 172–176.
  3. Brown JC, Klein EJ.  The “Superhero Cape Burrito”: A Simple and Comfortable Method of Short-Term Procedural Restraint.  Journal of Emergency Medicine.  Jul 2011; 41(1):74-76.
  4. Brown JC, Murray KF, Javid PJ. Hidden Attraction: A Menacing Meal of Magnets and Batteries.  Journal of Emergency Medicine. Aug 2012; 43(2): 266-9.
  5. Brown JC, Chapman T, Klein EJ, Chisholm SL, Phillips GS, Osincup D, Sakchalathorn P, Bittner R.  The Utility of Adding Expiratory or Decubitus Chest Radiographs to the Radiographic Evaluation of Suspected Pediatric Airway Foreign Bodies. Annals of Emergency Medicine.  Jan 2013; 61: 19-26.
  6. Brown JC, Otjen JP, Drugas GT. Too Attractive: The Growing Problem of Magnet Ingestions in Children. Nov 2013; 29(11):1170-1174.
  7. Silverman JA, Brown JC, Willis MM, Ebel BE. Increase in Pediatric Magnet-Related Foreign Bodies Requiring Emergency Care. Ann Emerg Med. Dec 2013; 62(6): 604-608.e1
  8. Brown JC, Otjen JP, Drugas GT. Pediatric Magnet Ingestions: The Dark Side of the Force.  Am J Surg. 2014; 207(5):754-9.
  9. Brown JC, Baik FM, Ou HC, Otjen JP, Parish HG and Chan DK. Upper Aerodigestive Magnetic Foreign Bodies in Children.  Laryngoscope. Jun 2014; 124(6): 1481-1485.
  10. Otjen JP, Mellon K, Brown JC. Acupressure Magnets, a Possible MRI Hazard.  Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Mar 2015; 41(3): 858-860.

Anaphylaxis and epinephrine publications

  1. Brown JC, Tuuri RE, Akhter S, Guerra JM, Goodman IS, Myers S, Nozicka C, Manzi S, Long K, Turner T, Conners GP, Thompson RW, Park E.  Lacerations and Embedded Needles Caused by Epinephrine Autoinjector Use in Children. Annals of Emergency Medicine.  Mar 2016; 67(3): 307–315.e8
  2. Brown JC, Tuuri RE.  Lacerations and Embedded Needles Due to EpiPen Use in Children. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice. May 2016; 4(3): 549-51.
  3. Parish HG, Bowser CS, Morton JR, Brown JC.  A Systematic Review of Epinephrine Degradation with Exposure to Excessive Heat or Cold.  Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2016; 117: 79-87.
  4. Brown JC. Epinephrine, Auto-injectors and Anaphylaxis: Challenges of Depth, Dose and Device. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2018; 121: 53-60.
  5. Parish HG, Morton JR, Brown JC. A Systematic Review of Epinephrine Stability and Sterility With Storage in a Syringe.  Allergy, Asthma and Clinical Immunology. 2019; 15:7.  

Other anaphylaxis publications

  1. Santillanes G, Brown JC. Anaphylaxis. In Life-Threatening Rashes: An Illustrated, Practical Guide, 1st Edition.  Rose, ed. 2018. Springer, New York, NY, pp.7-23
  2. Brown JC. Anaphylaxis in the Child.  In Clinical Decision Support: Emergency Medicine – Diseases. Burns B, Counselman F, Ma J, Marshall J., ed. 2018. Decision Support in Medicine, LLC. Wilmington, DE