Emergency Medicine

Gregory R. Bell, MD


Director, Emergency Ultrasound
Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine

Contact Information

Email: gregory-bell@uiowa.edu


BS, Biology, College of William and Mary
MD, School of Medicine, Ohio State University

Internship, Internal Medicine, University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics
Residency, Physical Medicine, University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics
Fellowship, Emergency Medicine Research, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Residency, Emergency Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin

Licensure and Certifications

Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Advanced Pediatric Life Support
Advanced Trauma Life Support
Diplomat, American Board of Emergency Medicine
Diplomat, Federation of State Medical Boards of the United States

Selected Publications

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Bell G.  Ultrasound-guided Abdominal Procedures.  Philadephia, PA: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.  2013. 

Bell G.  Journal Watch, ACEP Emergency Ultrasound Section Newsletter.  2011. 

Bell G.  5-oxoproline induced anion gap metabolic acidosis following an acute acetaminophen overdose.  2009 February. 

Bell G, Blaivas  M.  Benefits from emergency physician identified ectopic pregnancy using bedside ultrasound.  2000. 7:500.

Bell G, Hall  A.  Incapacitating effects of cannabinoids.  2000. 

Bell G, Ruyle  M, Williams  B, Peterson  J, Ortner  J, Cairns  C.  Arterial central and peripheral oxygenation during induced ischemia and hypoxia.  1998. 5:540-541.

Bell G, Williams  B, Nyman  D, Cairns C.  Cigarette smoke impairs oxygen delivery and utilization during moderate hypoxia.  1998. 5:506-507.

Bell G, Ketcham  E, Peterson  , Williams  B, Veeramachaneni  V, Walther  J, Hamiel  C, Cairns  C.  Decoupling of hepatic oxidative metabolism after hemorrhagic shock presages short-term mortality.  1998. 5:454.

Bell G, Bender  P, Jones  D, Harken  A, Cairns  C.  Direct assessment of tissue oxygen delivery, availability and utilization in patients with shock.  1998. 5:470.

Bell G, Williams  B, Walther  J, Pak  J, Martin  R, Kraft  M, Cairns  C.  Nocturnal asthmatics show evidence of inflammation induced decoupling of mitochondrial oxidative metabolism.  1998. 5:422.

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