Adult Emergency Department Physicians

David B Reed, MD, FACEP

David B Reed, MD, FACEP
Appointed 07/07/11
STE200 550 East Genesee Street
550 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY 13202

315 464-8668

Hospital Campus

Research Programs and Affiliations

  • Emergency Medicine


Education & Fellowships

  • MD: Ohio State University College of Medicine
  • Residency: Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN

Research Interests

  • Defibrillation (Public Access Defibrillation); Immunization Registries; Airway Management; Trauma Resuscitation; EMS; Air Medical; International and Disaster Medicine

Specialties & Certification

  • Emergency Medicine

Diseases & Conditions Treated

  • Medical Emergencies


  • Adults and Children


  • Emergency Services

Current Hospital Privileges

  • Upstate University Hospital


Location of Cardiac Arrests in the Public Access Defibrillation Trial

Selected Publications


Location of Cardiac Arrests in the Public Access Defibrillation Trial. Reed, D, Birnbaum A, Brown L, et al. for the Public Access Defibrillation Trial. January, 2006: Prehospital Emergency Care. 2006: 10(1). pp. 61-67


Time to Analgesia for patients with Painful Extremity Injuries presenting by EMS, Abbuhl F, and Reed DB. Prehospital Emergency Care. October, 2003;7:445-447.


Blind Tracheal Intubation by Paramedics Through the LMA-Unique, Barnes D, Reed DB, et al, Prehospital Emergency Care. October, 2003;7;470-473.


Utility of an Immunization Registry in a Pediatric Emergency Department, Callahan, JM, Reed DB, Meguid V, et al, Pediatric Emergency Care, May, 2004;20(5): 1-5.


Regional EMS Experience with Etomidate for Facilitated Intubation

Reed DB, Snyder G, and Hogue T. Prehospital Emergency Care. Jan 2002: 50-53


Paramedic Use of Endotracheal Tube Introducers for the Difficult Airway. Le, DH, Reed, DB, et. al. Prehospital Emergency Care. April 2001:155-8.


Prehospital Consideration of Sildenafil-Nitrate Interactions, Reed DB, Gough JE, Ho JD, and Brown LH. Prehospital Emergency Care. October 1999:306-9.


Proper Depths of Placement of Nasotracheal Tubes in Adults Prior to Radiographic Confirmation, Reed DB and Clinton JE. Academic Emergency Medicine. December 1997:1111-1114.


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