Joseph I Novik

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Joseph I Novik, M.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor;
Department of Emergency Medicine (Emerg Med)
NYU Emergency Medicine Associates

Clinical Addresses

462 FIRST AVENUE, 345A
NEW YORK, NY 10016
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Phone: 212-562-3346

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Medical Specialties

Emergency Medicine

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Identification of Lipohemarthrosis With Point-of-Care Emergency Ultrasonography: Case Report and Brief Literature Review
Aponte, Elisa M; Novik, Joseph I
2013 Feb;44(2):453-456, Journal of emergency medicine
— id: 217772, year: 2013, vol: 44, page: 453, stat: Journal Article,

Dynamic anatomic relationship of the esophagus and trachea on sonography: implications for endotracheal tube confirmation in children
Tsung, James W; Fenster, Daniel; Kessler, David O; Novik, Joseph
2012 Sep;31(9):1365-1370, Journal of ultrasound in medicine
— id: 180209, year: 2012, vol: 31, page: 1365, stat: Journal Article,

High accuracy of ultrasound images of the supraclavicular brachial plexus by novice sonographers after limited training
Novik J.I.; Cooper L.
2011 ;18(5 SUPPL 1):S109-S109, Academic emergency medicine
— id: 135608, year: 2011, vol: 18, page: S109, stat: Journal Article,

Prevalence of undiagnosed hypoxemia in adults and children in an under-resourced district hospital in Zambia
Foran, Mark; Ahn, Roy; Novik, Joseph; Tyer-Viola, Lynda; Chilufya, Kennedy; Katamba, Kasseba; Burke, Thomas
2010 ;3(4):351-356, International journal of emergency medicine
— id: 133375, year: 2010, vol: 3, page: 351, stat: Journal Article,

Cricoid Pressure With an Ultrasonography Probe Demonstrates Esophageal Sliding: Implications for Airway Management
Novik, J.; Cheng, A.; Fenster, D. B.; Tsung, J.
2010 SEP ;56(3):S75-S75, Annals of emergency medicine
— id: 113779, year: 2010, vol: 56, page: S75, stat: Journal Article,

An unusual cause of severe dyspnea: diastolic dysfunction due to calcific con