Select Research Activities
The overall goal of this project is to develop an EMS Research Node Center (E-RNC) integrated with the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) that will conduct innovative and significant prehospital-based pediatric research.
Public Notification and Community Consultation for Amiodarone (PM101), Lidocaine or Neither for Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Due to Ventricular Fibrillation or Tachycardia. Department of Emergency Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin.
The Circulation Improving Resuscitation Care trial is an international, multi-center trial, that has been designed to compare the effectiveness of AutoPulse-CPR, within an integrated resuscitation protocol, to conventional Manual-CPR for the treatment of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest of presumed cardiac etiology.
The Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium (ROC) conducts clinical research in out-of-hospital cardiopulmonary arrest & life-threatening trauma.
Under a grant from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, five collaborators investigated how to determine the community cost for an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) system.
Public Notification and Community Consultation for Trial of Continuous Compressions versus Standard CPR in Patients with Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest.
Mechanism-of-injury component of the Criteria were evaluated to determine which conditions are predictive of trauma center need.
The Neurological Emergencies Treatment Trials (NETT) Network conducts large simple trials to reduce the burden of very acute injuries and illnesses affecting the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nervous system.
The Injury Research Center (IRC) at the Medical College was established as a comprehensive federally funded injury control research center to address the burden of injury in the Great Lakes Region of the Midwest (WI, MN, IL, IN, MI and OH). The IRC brings together researchers, practitioners, advocates, organizations, and agencies to prevent, treat, and care for injuries.
ProTECT III is a research study designed to see if progesterone, a hormone normally found in our bodies, can reduce the amount of brain damage caused from a traumatic brain injury.