Megan A Rech
Megan A Rech
Pharmacist, Emergency Medicine, Loyola University Medical Center
Verified email at lumc.edu
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New drugs of abuse
MA Rech, E Donahey, JM Cappiello Dziedzic, L Oh, E Greenhalgh
Pharmacotherapy: The Journal of Human Pharmacology and Drug Therapy 35 (2 …, 2015
732015
Deficiency in 25-hydroxyvitamin D and 30-day mortality in patients with severe sepsis and septic shock
MA Rech, T Hunsaker, J Rodriguez
American Journal of Critical Care 23 (5), e72-e79, 2014
502014
Heavy metal in the intensive care unit: a review of current literature on trace element supplementation in critically ill patients
M Rech, L To, A Tovbin, T Smoot, M Mlynarek
Nutrition in Clinical Practice 29 (1), 78-89, 2014
432014
When to pick the nose: out-of-hospital and emergency department intranasal administration of medications
MA Rech, B Barbas, W Chaney, E Greenhalgh, C Turck
Annals of emergency medicine 70 (2), 203-211, 2017
342017
25-hydroxyvitamin D deficiency and opportunistic viral infections after kidney transplant
MA Rech, JN Fleming, CL Moore
Exp Clin Transplant 12 (2), 95-100, 2014
222014
Overview of extended release tacrolimus in solid organ transplantation
N Patel, A Cook, E Greenhalgh, MA Rech, J Rusinak, L Heinrich
World journal of transplantation 6 (1), 144, 2016
162016
Emergency department sepsis screening tool decreases time to antibiotics in patients with sepsis
T Shah, E Sterk, MA Rech
The American journal of emergency medicine, 2018
132018
Pharmacist Participation in Acute Ischemic Stroke Decreases Door-to-Needle Time to Recombinant Tissue Plasminogen Activator
MA Rech, S Bennett, E Donahey
Annals of Pharmacotherapy 51 (12), 1084-1089, 2017
122017
Racial differences in vasopressor requirements for septic shock
ZM Bauman, KF Killu, MA Rech, JL Bernabei-Combs, MY Gassner, ...
Shock 41 (3), 188-192, 2014
122014
Prothrombin complex concentrate for intracerebral hemorrhage secondary to vitamin K deficiency bleeding in a 6-week-old child
MA Rech, L Wittekindt, SD Friedman, K Kling, D Ubogy
The Journal of pediatrics 167 (6), 1443-1444, 2015
102015
Intravenous lidocaine for acute pain: a systematic review
D Masic, E Liang, C Long, EJ Sterk, B Barbas, MA Rech
Pharmacotherapy: The Journal of Human Pharmacology and Drug Therapy, 2018
92018
Comparison of automated methods versus the American Burn Association sepsis definition to identify sepsis and sepsis with organ dysfunction/septic shock in burn-injured adults
MA Rech, MJ Mosier, S Zelisko, G Netzer, EJ Kovacs, M Afshar
Journal of Burn Care & Research 38 (5), 312-318, 2017
72017
Risk factors for mortality in septic patients who received etomidate
MA Rech, S Bennett, W Chaney, E Sterk
The American journal of emergency medicine 33 (10), 1340-1343, 2015
62015
Vitamin D in burn-injured patients
MA Rech, DC Hidalgo, J Larson, S Zavala, M Mosier
Burns, 2018
52018
Major publications in the critical care pharmacotherapy literature in 2015
A Wong, M Erdman, DA Hammond, T Holt, JM Holzhausen, M Horng, ...
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, ajhp160144, 2017
52017
Early recognition of sepsis through emergency medical services pre-hospital screening
G Borrelli, E Koch, E Sterk, S Lovett, MA Rech
The American journal of emergency medicine, 2018
42018
Factors Influencing Pediatric Emergency Department Visits for Low-Acuity Conditions.
CM Long, C Mehrhoff, E Abdel-Latief, M Rech, M Laubham
Pediatric emergency care, 2018
42018
Leave the levofloxacin? A case report of levofloxacin-induced psychosis
H Steuber, DA Williams, MA Rech
The American journal of emergency medicine, 2018
42018
Time Spent in the Emergency Department and Outcomes in Patients With Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock
RA Hirschy, E Sterk, R Dobersztyn, MA Rech
Advanced emergency nursing journal 40 (2), 94-103, 2018
42018
Major publications in the critical care pharmacotherapy literature: January–December 2013
MA Rech, SA Day, JM Kast, EE Donahey, M Pajoumand, SJ Kram, ...
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 72 (3), 224-236, 2015
42015
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