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Randy Maddox

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentEmergency Medicine, College of Medicine
DivisionEmergency Medicine Faculty
AddressG 193 Central Building (old hospital)
4301 W.Markham
Mail Slot # 584
Little Rock AR 72205
Phone501-686-5515
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    Dr. Maddox completed his medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 1991. He completed his residency training in Emergency Medicine from UAMS in 1995. After residency he worked for a number of years in private practice at a small community based hospital located in Arkansas. He remained on staff at UAMS as a part time clinical attending during this period. His interest in the business of Emergency Medicine led him to become the Medical Director, member of the Board of Directors, and Chief of Staff. With his continued love of teaching, he rejoined the faculty full time, as an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine in 2007. He has recently been named the Medical Director and Associate Professor. Dr. Maddox has been actively involved in many medical organizations including the American College of Emergency Physicians and has recently served as the President of the Arkansas Chapter. He remains on the Board of Directors of that organization. Dr. Maddox has received the Robert A. Fisher Excellence in Teaching Award in 2008, 2009, and 2010. He has developed, through his research projects with residents, areas of continued education for residents training in emergency medicine. These areas include the recognition of x-ray, EKG, and physical findings associated with emergency conditions. Dr. Maddox's research interest includes the evaluation of missed injuries that occur during the management of the trauma patient at a level 1 trauma center. Other areas of special interest also include the medical-legal aspects of Emergency Medicine, EMTALA, care and management of the difficult airway, trauma and pregnancy, and the business of emergency medicine. He has developed hospital protocols for the treatment of both sepsis and pneumonia.


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    1. Snipes CD, Maddox RP. Should nerve blocks be used for pain control in children with femur fractures? Ann Emerg Med. 2015 Mar; 65(3):266-7. PMID: 25447558.
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    2. Seupaul, RA. Is Ketamine Effective for the Management of Acute Asthma in Children?. Ann Emerg Med. 2013.
    3. Paniagua CT, Gunter CM, Casciano JD, Maddox RP. Patient with a globe rupture. Adv Emerg Nurs J. 2009 Jan-Mar; 31(1):27-33; quiz 34-5. PMID: 20118850.
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    4. Liarakos, C., Rinehart, G., Kopper, R., Maddox, R. Characterization of the effects on ovalbumin mRNA of aminomethltrimethylpsoralen photo reaction with hen oviduct mRNA. Nucleic Acids Research. 1987; 15:8417-8438.
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