Emergency Medicine

Adam B. Schlichting, MD, MPH


Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine  - Pulmonary, Critical Care and Occupational Medicine

Contact Information

Email: adam-schlichting@uiowa.edu


BS, Microbiology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
MPH, Epidemiology/Biostatistics, University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Public Health
MD, University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Medicine

Residency, Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine Combined Training Program, Henry Ford Hospital
Chief Resident, Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medicine / Internal Medicine, Henry Ford Hospital
Fellowship, Critical Care Medicine, Henry Ford Hospital

Licensure and Certifications

Instructor, Advanced Trauma Life Support, American College of Surgeons
Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine, Sub-specialty Certification in Critical Care Medicine
Diplomate, American Board of Emergency Medicine
Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine
Instructor, Advanced Cardiac Life Support
NIH Stroke Scale Certification
Pediatric Advanced Life Support

All Publications

Schlichting A, Schmidt G.  Abdominal Compartment Syndrome.  2014 April 10. 

Fowlkes E, Schlichting A.  The Come for Life Not Death: An Interview with Dr. Emanuel Rivers.  ACEP Critical Care Section Newsletter.  2013 December. 

Silich B, Chrobak P, Siu J, Schlichting A, Patel S, Yang J.  Improving Safety and Efficiency during Emergent Central Venous Catheter Placement with a Needleless Securing Clamp.  Emergency Medicine Journal.  2013 August. 30(8):683-686.

Gardner-Gray J, Jaehne A, McGregor K, Clark A, Brown S, Schlichting A, Coba V, Conway W, Nerenz D, Rivers E.  Cost Savings Associated with Compliance to an Early Sepsis Intervention Strategy.  2012 October. 142(4a):416.

Schlichting A, Miller J.  Teaching Inpatient Medicine with an “EM Bend:” Teaching resuscitation on the Medicine wards.  2011.  Available from: http://www.acep.org/Content.aspx?id=82026

Baltarowich L, Schlichting A, Leder C, Ormsby A.  Skin Necrosis Associated with Exposure to Cocaine Contaminated with Levamisole: An Emerging Phenomenon.  2011 August. 49(6):524-525.

Hartwell C, Miller J.  Teaching Inpatient Medicine with an “EM Bend:” Surgical teaching on the Medicine wards.  2011.  Available from: http://www.acep.org/Content.aspx?id=79555

Miller J, Hartwell C.  Teaching Inpatient Medicine with an “EM Bend:” Ultrasonography.  2011.  Available from: http://www.acep.org/Content.aspx?id=76320

Prendergast H, Jurivich D, Edison M, Bunney E, Williams J, Schlichting A.  Preparing the Front Line for the Increase in the Aging Population: Geriatric Curriculum Development for an Emergency Medicine Residency Program.  The Journal of Emergency Medicine.  2010 April. 38(3):386-392.

Miller J, Strote S, Hegg A, Barisic D, Schlichting A, Farris S, Dube A, Mossallam U.  Prospective Evaluation of Respirophasic Inferior Vena Cava Variation in the Assessment of Acute Dyspnea.  2009 May. 16(4):S1: S28.

Schlichting A, Prendergast H, Marquez A, Figueroa-Pal E.  Emergency Department Utilization: Characterization and Comparison of an Urban Elderly Minority and Non-Minority Population.  The Internet Journal of Emergency Medicine.  2007 February. 3(2).

Bell K, Prendergast H, Schlichting A, Mackey E, Mackey M.  Preparedness Among Illinois High School Athletic Departments: Does Size Or Location Matter?.  The Internet Journal of Health.  2005 December. 4(2).

Prendergast H, Sloan E, Gordon R, Shanley J, Schlichting A, Boxley C, Latayan M.  Correlation of Acute and Convalescent BNP Levels in Symptomatic Heart Failure Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department.  2005 September. 46(3):S115-S116.

Marquez A, Prendergast H, Figueroa-Pal E.  Figueroa-Pal EM. Emergency Department Utilization: Characteristics of Visits by Minority Verses Non-minority Elderly Populations.  2005 September. 46(3):S19.

Prendergast H, Bell K, Mackey E.  Certification Requirements for Coaching Staff of Illinois High School Athletic Teams.  2005 May. 12(5):S89.

Prendergast H, Jean-Baptiste J, Sloan E, Schlichting A.  Disposition of established heart failure patients from the ED: A closer look at telemetry.  American Journal of Emergency Medicine.  2005 May. 23(3):401-2.

Prendergast H, Sloan E, Cumpston K, Schlichting A.  Myocardial Infarction and Cardiac Complications in Emergency Department Patients Admitted To the Intensive Care Unit With Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage.  The Journal of Emergency Medicine.  2005 January. 28(1):19-25.

Prendergast H, Reddy K, Latayan M, Bunney E.  Gender Differences in Presentation, Management and Disposition of Heart Failure Patients in the Emergency Setting.  The Internet Journal of Emergency Medicine.  2004. 2(1).

Sloan E, Schlichting A.  Prehospital Trauma Research Methodology.  2002 April. 6(2):S68-S74.

Prendergast H, Sloan E, Misiewicz V, Rumoro D.  The 1995 Chicago Heat Disaster: Effect on Sex Demographics of Emergency Department Patients.  2001 October. 38(4):S67.

Sloan E, Bunney E, Silva J, Rumoro D, Tay S.  The Effect of the 1995 Chicago Heat Disaster on Neurologic Emergencies in the Emergency Department.  2001 October. 38(4):S106.

Sloan E, Koenigsberg M.  The Influence of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury in the Conduct of Hemorrhagic Shock Research.  2001 May. 8(5):S515-516.

Goyal N, Schlichting A.  Type I Diabetes Mellitus.  17(8):Chapter 218.

Goyal N, Schlichting A.  Type I Diabetes Mellitus.  17(7):Chapter 218, 1415-1419.

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