Heyboer M, Taylor J, Morgan M, Mariani P, Jennings S. The use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in the treatment of non healing ulcers secondary to graft-versus-host disease. J Am Coll Clin Wound Spec 2014; 5(1):14.
Mariani PJ. Clinician-performed point-of-care ultrasound in hyperbaric and wound care practice.
Undersea & Hyperbaric Med J 2012;39(5):1013
Mariani PJ, Hsue A: Adenomyomatosis of the gallbladder: the “good omen” comet.
J Emerg Med 2011;40(4):41
Mariani PJ: Ultrasound use and overuse. West J Emerg Med 2010;11(4):319
Mariani PJ: Analgesia and the sonographic Murphy’s sign. Eur J Emerg Med 2010;17(2):127
Perry K, Ko P, Mariani P, Ciaccio A: Hydronephrosis resolution time course in spontaneous ureteral stone passage. West J Emerg Med 2010;11(1):105
Mariani PJ, Setla JA: Palliative ultrasound for home care hospice patients. Acad Emerg Med 2010;17:293
Mariani PJ, Cooney N: Air embolism’s new scarlet letter. Undersea & Hyperbaric Med 2009; 36(6):407
Mariani PJ, Wittick L: Pneumothorax diagnosis by eFAST. J Ultrasound Med 2009;28(11):1601
Mariani PJ: ECG losses in the evaluation of emergency department patients with chest pain. Crit Pathways Cardiol 2009;8(3):138
Mariani PJ: The electronic patient tracking board: as time goes by. Ann Emerg Med 2009;54:138
Mariani PJ: Resident-performed central venous cannulation: CLEAR differences of opinion as to procedural supervision. Acad Emerg Med 2009;16(suppl 1):95
Bloch S, Mariani PJ, Bloch A: Confirmation of central line placement using power doppler. J Ultrasound Med 2009;36(suppl 3):154
Mariani PJ: Ultrasonographic diagnosis and facilitated reduction of an abdominal wall hernia. Acad Emerg Med 2008;15:691
Mariani PJ: Beta blockers following cocaine use: a reappraisal. Ann Emerg Med 2008;52:89
ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
Dr. Mariani has served on the Emergency Medicine faculty at SUNY Upstate Medical University for 28 years and has treated more than 70,000 ER patients during his career. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of SUNY Stony Brook where his teachers included Nobel laureates CN Yang (Physics) and PC Lauterbur (Medicine). He received his Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Rochester in 1983 and completed Emergency Medicine residency three years thereafter at the Medical College of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Mariani has worked extensively in regional and national peer review and health care dispute resolution. In 1989, he joined the American Health Lawyers Association and the American Arbitration Association. He was subsequently appointed to the AAA's Panel of Commercial Arbitrators and its Independent Health Consultant Panel. He has served on Upstate's Judicial Board and Task Force on Tolerance, as well as its QA, Compliance, Ethics, and Patient Dispute committees. He has served as peer reviewer for the NYS Office of Professional Medical Conduct and for IPRO, the regional CMS Quality Improvement Organization.
Dr Mariani first studied ultrasound in 1988 at Johns Hopkins under Dr. Roger Sanders, recipient of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Pioneer Award. Dr. Mariani has published articles on point-of-care ultrasound in the Journal of Emergency Medicine, Academic Emergency Medicine, Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, and Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. He is a manuscript reviewer for the Journal of Clinical Ultrasound. He designed, implemented, and taught Upstate's mandatory medical staff training in ultrasound guided central venous access. He is recipient of the Hospice of Central New York Unsung Physician Hero award for work involving ultrasound guidance of palliative procedures for home hospice patients.
In 2005, Dr Mariani began subspecialty practice in Hyperbaric Medicine. In 2009 he achieved ABMS board certification, scoring in the 95th percentile among candidates taking the national certification exam. In 2011, he was additionally certified by the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine, receiving the highest score in the nation among the year's examinees. In 2014, through Upstate's program of Distinguished Faculty Recognition, Dr Mariani retired as tenured Professor and was bestowed Emeritus status. He continues to work per diem at Upstate in its Hyperbaric & Wound center.