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Swartzentruber GS, Richardson WH, Mack EH. Buprenorphine ingestion in a 23-month old boy. Hosp Ped 2015;5:164-166.

Choat H, Derrevere K, Knight L, Brown W, Mack EH. SDHB-associated paraganglioma in a pediatric patient and literature review on hereditary pheochromocytoma-paraganglioma syndromes. Case Rep Endocrin 2014; Article ID 502734

McSwain SD, Marcin JP. Telemedicine for the care of children in the hospital setting. Ped Annals 2014; 43(2):e44-e49

Ragsdale CE, Oliver MR, Thompson AJ, Evans MC. Alteplase infusion versus dwell for clearance of partially occluded central venous catheters in critically ill pediatric patients. Ped Crit Care Med 2014; 15:e253-e260

McSwain SD. ‘Credentialing–by-proxy’ streamlines process for provision of telemedicine services. AAP News, October 2013

Mack, EH. Neurogenic shock. Shock supplement. The Open Pediatric Medicine Journal 2013;7,(Suppl 1:M4):16-18.

Wheeler DS, Geis G, Mack EH, LeMaster T, Patterson MD. High reliability emergency response teams in the hospital: improving quality and safety using in situ simulation training. BMJ Qual Safety, 2013; 22:507–514.

Madey, JJ, Price AB, Dobson JV, Stickler DE, McSwain SD. Facial diplegia, pharyngeal paralysis and ophthalmoplegia after a timber rattlesnake envenomation. Ped Emerg Care 2013; 29(11):1213-1215

Weaver M, Galperina K, Evans M, et al. Index of suspicion. Pediatr Rev 2013;34:137

Thompson AJ, McSwain SD, Webb SA, Stroud MA, Streck CJ. Venous thromboembolism prophylaxis in the pediatric trauma population. J Ped Surg 2013; 48:1413-1421

Mack EH, Wheeler DS, Hirsch R. Endovascular treatment of near-fatal neonatal superior vena cava syndrome. Pediatr Crit Care Med 2011; 12(6):e410-e412

Sievert M, Uber W, Laws S, Cochran J. Improvement in long-term ECMO by detailed monitoring of anticoagulation: a case report. Perfusion 2010; 26(1):59-64

McSwain SD et al. End-tidal and arterial carbon dioxide levels correlate across all levels of physiologic dead space. Respir Care 2010; 55(3):288-93

Tecklenburg FW, Cochran JB, Webb SA et al. Central venous access via external jugular vein in children. Ped Emerg Care 2010; 26:554-557