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Bernard L. Lopez, MD, MS, CPE, FACEP, FAAEM

Contact Dr. Lopez

1020 Sansom Street
Thompson Building, Suite 239
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6844
(215) 923-6225 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Sickle Cell Disease in the Emergency Department
  2. Acquired Bleeding Disorders
  3. Clinical Vignettes Inadequate to Assess Impact of Implicit Bias: Concerning Limitations of a Systematic Review
  4. Current Status of Gender and Racial/Ethnic Disparities Among Academic Emergency Medicine Physicians
  5. Case 3: Sickle cell crisis
  6. Sickle cell disease in the emergency department
  7. Acquired bleeding disorders
  8. Rapid response team activations within 24 hours of admission from the emergency department: An innovative approach for performance improvement
  9. Body mass index and risk of hospitalization among adults presenting with asthma exacerbation to the emergency department
  10. A Multicenter Observational Study of US Adults with Acute Asthma: Who Are the Frequent Users of the Emergency Department?
  11. Lymphotoxin-α is a novel adiponectin expression suppressor following myocardial ischemia/reperfusion
  12. Google internet searches on residency applicants do not facilitate the ranking process
  13. Aortic dissection presenting as gait disturbance: A case report
  14. C1q/TNF-related proteins, a family of novel adipokines, induce vascular relaxation through the adiponectin receptor-1/AMPK/eNOS/nitric oxide signaling pathway
  15. Triage during the week of the Sichuan earthquake: A review of utilized patient triage, care, and disposition procedures
  16. Reduced vascular responsiveness to adiponectin in hyperlipidemic rats-mechanisms and significance
  17. Methylglyoxal increases cardiomyocyte ischemia-reperfusion injury via glycative inhibition of thioredoxin activity
  18. Thioredoxin glycation: A novel posttranslational modification that inhibits its antioxidant and organ protective actions
  19. The dragon strikes: Lessons from the wenchuan earthquake
  20. Cardioprotective effect of adiponectin is partially mediated by its AMPK-independent antinitrative action