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Steven Shirm

TitleProfessor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentPediatrics, College of Medicine
DivisionPeds Emergency Medicine
AddressG3061 ACH Administration
1900 Maryland Street
Mail Slot # 512-16
Little Rock AR 72202
Phone501-364-1598
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    1. Cash T, Deloach T, Graham J, Shirm S, Mian A. Standardized process used in the emergency department for pediatric oncology patients with fever and neutropenia improves time to the first dose of antibiotics. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2014 Feb; 30(2):91-3. PMID: 24457498.
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    2. Cash T, Deloach T, Graham J, Shirm S, Mian A. A standarized order set used in the emergency department for pediatric oncology patients with fever and neutropenia improves time to first does antibiotics. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2013.
    3. Shirm SW. Approach to patient with suspected overdose. 2011.
    4. Graham J, Aitken ME, Shirm S. Correlation of measures of patient acuity with measures of crowding in a pediatric emergency department. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2011 Aug; 27(8):706-9. PMID: 21811200.
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    5. Graham J, Aitken ME, Shirm S. Correlation of measures of patient acuity with measures of overcrowding in a pediatric emergency department. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2011; 27(8):706-709.
    6. Graham J, Shirm S, Storm E, Lyle K, Linam WM, Romero J. Challenges and solutions: pandemic 2009 H1N1 influenza A in a pediatric emergency department. Am J Disaster Med. 2011 Jul-Aug; 6(4):211-8. PMID: 22010598.
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    7. Graham J, Shirm S, Storm E, Linam M, Romero J. Impact of 2009 H1N1 influenza on a pediatric emergency department. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. 2010.
    8. Graham J, Bowman S, Shirm S, Stovall S. Blood culture contamination rate increases in times of emergency department crowding. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 2010.
    9. Graham J, Bowman S, Shirm S, Stovall S. Blood culture contamination rate increases in times of emergency department crowding. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. 2010.
    10. Bowman SM, McLario D, Graham CJ, Shirm S. Emergency department overcrowding prolongs time to antibiotics in febrile neonates. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. 2009.
    11. Shirm S, Graham CJ, McLario D, Bowman S. Emergency department overcrowding prolongs time to antibiotics in febrile neonates. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 2009; 405:373.
    12. Shirm S, Liggin R, Dick R, Graham J. Prehospital preparedness for pediatric mass-casualty events. Pediatrics. 2007 Oct; 120(4):e756-61. PMID: 17908733.
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    13. Graham J, Shirm S, Liggin R, Aitken ME, Dick R. Mass-casualty events at schools: a national preparedness survey. Pediatrics. 2006 Jan; 117(1):e8-15. PMID: 16396851.
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    14. Graham CJ, Shirm SW, Liggin R, Aitken ME, Dick R. Mass casualty events in schools: a national preparedness survey. Pediatrics. 2006; 117:e8-e15.
    15. Graham J, Liggin R, Shirm S, Nation B, Dick R. Planning for a mass casualty incident in Arkansas schools. J Sch Health. 2005 Oct; 75(8):327-8. PMID: 16179084.
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    16. Dick RM, Liggin RL, Shirm SW, Graham CJ. Emergency medical service preparedness for mass casualty events. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. 2004; 55(4):120A.
    17. Shirm SW. Illustrated Textbook of Pediatric and Critical Care Procedures. Manual maneuvers for opening the airway. 1997.
    18. Shirm SW. Illustrated Textbook of Pediatric and Critical Care Procedures. Insertion of oral and nasal airways. 1997.
    19. Shirm SW. Illustrated Textbook of Pediatric and Critical Care Procedures. Emergency maneuvers for airway obstructed by foreign body. 1997.
    20. Shirm SW, Graham CJ, Seibert J, Dick R. Clinical effect of discordant radiographic interpretation in a pediatric emergency department. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1993; 41:760A.
    21. Graham CJ, Shirm SW, Frazier E, Gibson C, Dick R. Outcome of a quality improvement program for electrocardiograms in a pediatric emergency department. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. 1993; 22:913.
    22. Graham CJ, Shirm SW, Gottlieb A. Adolescent injuries and illnesses occurring in camp settings. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1991; 39:820A.
    23. Dick RM, Liggin RL, Shirm SW, Graham CJ. Emergency medical service preparedness for mass casualty events. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 52(01-S1):S257-322#311.
    24. Shirm S, Graham C. Correlation between triage acuity and measures of crowding in a pediatric emergency department. Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress V.
    25. Shirm SW, Aitken ME, Graham J. Emergency department length of stay correlates with number and rate of admissions. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting.
    26. Cash T, Mian A, Graham J, Shirm S. Standarized emergency department order set for pediatric febrile neutropenic patients improves time to first dose of antibiotics. American Society of Pediatric Hematology Onocology.
    27. Dick RM, Liggin RL, Shirm SW, Graham CJ. Emergency medical service preparedness for mass casualty events. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. 52(01-S1):S257-322#311.
    28. Cash T, Mian A, Graham J, Shirm S. Standarized emergency department order set for pediatric febrile neutropenic patients improves time to first dose of antibiotics. Southern Society for Pediatric Research.
    29. Shirm SW, Graham J. Correlation of admission rate with measures of overcrowding in a pediatric emergency department. 4th Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress.
    30. Graham CJ, Liggin R, Shirm SW, Dick R. EMS preparedness for mass casualty incidents involving children. The Third Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress.
    31. Graham J, Shirm S, Bowman S. Emergency department crowding prolongs time to antibiotics in febrile neonates. Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress V.
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