Silas Wheelock Smith

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Silas Smith

Clinical Associate Professor, Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine
NYU Emergency Medicine Associates

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530 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212-263-2858


A RANKL Wrinkle: Denosumab-Induced Hypocalcemia
Laskowski, Larissa K; Goldfarb, David S; Howland, Mary Ann; Kavcsak, Kelly; Lugassy, Danny M; Smith, Silas W. A RANKL Wrinkle: Denosumab-Induced Hypocalcemia. Journal of medical toxicology. 2016 Sep;12(3):305-308 (2032092)

Massive intravenous manganese overdose due to compounding error: minimal role for hemodialysis
Hines, Elizabeth Quaal; Soomro, Irfana; Howland, Mary Ann; Hoffman, Robert S; Smith, Silas W. Massive intravenous manganese overdose due to compounding error: minimal role for hemodialysis. Clinical toxicology (Philadelphia). 2016 Jul;54(6):523-525 (2107582)

Authors' response to: "Beta-blocker treatment of caffeine-induced tachydysrhythmias"
Laskowski, L K; Nelson, L S; Smith, S W; Hoffman, R S. Authors' response to: "Beta-blocker treatment of caffeine-induced tachydysrhythmias". Clinical toxicology (Philadelphia). 2016 Jun;54(5):467-467 (2052102)

Observation Services Linked With an Urgent Care Center in the Absence of an Emergency Department: An Innovative Mechanism to Initiate Efficient Health Care Delivery in the Aftermath of a Natural Disaster
Caspers, Christopher; Smith, Silas W; Seth, Rishi; Femia, Robert; Goldfrank, Lewis R. Observation Services Linked With an Urgent Care Center in the Absence of an Emergency Department: An Innovative Mechanism to Initiate Efficient Health Care Delivery in the Aftermath of a Natural Disaster. Disaster medicine & public health preparedness. 2016 Jun;10(3):405-410 (2079872)

Prehospital Indicators for Disaster Preparedness and Response: New York City Emergency Medical Services in Hurricane Sandy
Smith, Silas W; Braun, James; Portelli, Ian; Malik, Sidrah; Asaeda, Glenn; Lancet, Elizabeth; Wang, Binhuan; Hu, Ming; Lee, David C; Prezant, David J; Goldfrank, Lewis R. Prehospital Indicators for Disaster Preparedness and Response: New York City Emergency Medical Services in Hurricane Sandy. Disaster medicine & public health preparedness. 2016 Jun;10(3):333-343 (2042702)