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Michael E Winters
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Michael E Winters M.D.

Academic Title: Associate Professor
Primary Appointment: Emergency Medicine
Secondary Appointments: Medicine
mwint001@umaryland.edu
Location: 110 South Paca Street 6th Floor, Suite 200
Phone: (410) 328-8025
Fax: (410) 328-8028

Personal History:

Education

August 1991 – May 1995: The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland; Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering; Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering

August 1995 – May 1999: The Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia; Doctor of Medicine

Post Graduate Education and Training

July 1999 – June 2004: The University of Maryland Medical Center; Combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine Residency Training Program, Baltimore, Maryland; Chief Resident July 2003 – June 2004

August 2005 – March 2006: The American College of Emergency Physicians, Teaching Fellowship; Irving, Texas

March 2007 – Nov. 2007: The American College of Physician Executives, University of Maryland Medical System - Physician Leadership Education Institute, On-Site Educational Program

Research Interests:

Emergency Critical Care Medicine, Sepsis/Septic Shock

Clinical Speciality:

Emergency medicine, internal medicine

Publications:

National Clinical Guidelines

Winters ME.  Clinical Practice Guideline: Initial evaluation and management of patients presenting with acute urticaria or angioedema. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: American Academy of Emergency Medicine, July 2006. Available at www.aaem.org/positionstatements.

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Winters ME, Zilberstein J, Kleutz P. Back pain emergencies. Med Clin N Am 2006;90(3):505-23.

Winters ME, Katzen S. Identifying chest pain emergencies in the outpatient setting. Prim Care 2006;33(3):625-42.

Non-peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Winters ME, Jerrard D. Lyme disease. Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine 2002;16(9).

Butler KO, Winters ME. Shock-beyond the golden hour. Emergency Medicine Reports 2003;24(26):345-57.

Rogers RL, Winters ME, Mayo D. Pulmonary embolism: remember that patient you saw last night? Emergency Medicine Practice 2004;6(6).

Web-based Journal Articles

Winters ME. Evidence based gastroenterology for the emergency physician. www.emedhome.com. August 2005.

Winters ME. Evidence-based ENT emergencies. www.medscape.com. February 2007.

Winters ME. Pitfalls in the management of critically ill ED patients. www.emedhome.com. December 2007.

Book Chapters

Winters ME, Mattu A. Your emergency medicine clerkship – how to be a star. Rules of the Road for Medical Students, American Academy of Emergency Medicine 2002.

Winters ME. Pitfalls in the management of the patient with acute back pain.  In: Mattu A, Goyal D. Emergency medicine: avoiding the pitfalls and improving outcomes. 2007, Malden, MA: Blackwell Pub/BMJ Books.

Winters ME. Emergency medicine/internal medicine. In: Harkin KE, Cushman JT. The medical student survival guide: a comprehensive guide to the specialty. 2007, Irving, TX, Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association.

Winters ME. Paracentesis and ascitic fluid analysis. In: Perkins J, Kahan S, McCue JD. In a page: inpatient medicine. 2008, Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Winters ME. Thoracentesis and pleural fluid analysis. In: Perkins J, Kahan S, McCue JD. In a page: inpatient medicine. 2008, Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Winters ME. Syncope. In: Perkins J, Kahan S, McCue JD. In a page: inpatient medicine. 2008, Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Winters ME. Circulatory assessment and support. In: Adams J, et al. Emergency Medicine 2008, Elsevier.

Winters ME, Rogers RL. Systemic infectious diseases. In: Schofer J, Mattu A. American Academy of Emergency Medicine / Resident-Student Assocation Written Board Review Book. 2008, American Academy of Emergency Medicine.

Rogers RL, Winters ME. Endocrine disorders. In: Schofer J, Mattu A. American Academy of Emergency Medicine / Resident-Student Assocation Written Board Review Book. 2008, American Academy of Emergency Medicine.

Winters ME. Anaphylaxis. In: Emergency Cardiovascular Care: The Reference Textbook. 2008, The American Heart Association / American College of Emergency Physicians; Baltimore, MD; Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Multimedia: Audio-Visual Materials

Winters ME. Evidence-based review of GI disorders.  Emergency Medicine Reviews and Perspectives (EMRAP); Vol. 5(4). April 2005. Center for Medical Education (800-458-4779).

Winters ME. Evidence-based ENT emergencies. www.emedhome.com. July 2006.

Winters ME. Neurologic emergencies. www.emedhome.com. January 2007.

Winters ME. Pitfalls in the management of critically ill patients. www.emedhome.com. April 2007.

Winters ME. Anaphylaxis – EMcast. www.emedhome.com. December 2007.