Michael A Mojica

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Michael Mojica

Associate Professor, Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine
Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics


Contact Info

Address
462 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/562-8147

Education

— Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Residency Training
— NYU / Bellevue, Clinical Fellowships
1988 — Mount Sinai, Medical Education

Acute Urinary Retention Caused by an Ovarian Teratoma-A Unique Pediatric Presentation and Review
Binder, Zachary; Iwata, Kathryn; Mojica, Michael; Ginsburg, Howard B; Henning, Justin; Strubel, Naomi; Kahn, Philip. Acute Urinary Retention Caused by an Ovarian Teratoma-A Unique Pediatric Presentation and Review. Journal of emergency medicine. 2015 Aug 12;49(5):e139-e142 (1721912)

PEM Guides (Pediatric Emergency Medicine Guides)
Mojica, Michael. PEM Guides (Pediatric Emergency Medicine Guides). [New York] : NYUSOM Digital Press (Institute for Innovations in Medical Education), 2015 652 p. (2169862)

Assessment of resident physician understanding and application of evidence-based medicine core concepts
Landry, A I; Tupchong, K; Mojica, M. Assessment of resident physician understanding and application of evidence-based medicine core concepts [Meeting Abstract]. Academic emergency medicine. 2014 May;21(5):S171-S171 (1058392)

Randomized trial comparing wound packing to no wound packing following incision and drainage of superficial skin abscesses in the pediatric emergency department
Kessler, David O; Krantz, Amanda; Mojica, Michael. Randomized trial comparing wound packing to no wound packing following incision and drainage of superficial skin abscesses in the pediatric emergency department. Pediatric emergency care. 2012 Jun ;28(6):514-517 (169254)

A Randomized, Double-blind Controlled Study of Jet Lidocaine Compared to Jet Placebo for Pain Relief in Children Undergoing Needle Insertion in the Emergency Department
Auerbach, Marc; Tunik, Michael; Mojica, Michael. A Randomized, Double-blind Controlled Study of Jet Lidocaine Compared to Jet Placebo for Pain Relief in Children Undergoing Needle Insertion in the Emergency Department. Academic emergency medicine. 2009 Apr 15;16(5):388-393 (101633)