Emergency Medicine

Nicholas M. Mohr, MD

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Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesia

Contact Information

Primary Office: 1008 RCP
Iowa City, IA 52242

Email: nicholas-mohr@uiowa.edu

Education

BS, Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University
MD, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

Residency, Emergency Medicine, Indiana University
Fellowship, Multidisciplinary Critical Care, Washington University in St. Louis

Licensure and Certifications

Board Certification, Internal Medicine-Critical Care Medicine, American Board of Emergency Medicine
Board Certification, Emergency Medicine, American Board of Emergency Medicine

Selected Publications

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Fuller B, Mohr N, Carpenter C.  Protective ventilation for patients without acute respiratory distress syndrome.  JAMA.  2013 February 20. 309(7):654-5.
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Fuller B, Mohr N, Drewry A, Carpenter C.  Lower tidal volume at initiation of mechanical ventilation may reduce progression to acute respiratory distress syndrome: a systematic review.  Crit Care.  2013 January 18. 17(1):R11.
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Mohr N, Wessman B.  Continuous capnography should be used for every emergency department sedation.  Ann Emerg Med.  2013. 

Fuller B, Skrupky L, Mohr N, McCammon C.  Emergency department vancomycin use: Dosing practices and associated outcomes.  J Emerg Med.  2012 December 20. 12:01208-5.
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Mohr N, Faine B.  Increased mortality with early therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest – a case study in allocation bias.  Resuscitation.  2012 December. 83(12):e221.
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Mohr N, Skrupky L, Fuller B, Moy H, Alunday R, Wallendorf M, Micek S, Fagley R.  Early antipyretic exposure does not increase mortality in patients with gram-negative severe sepsis: a retrospective cohort study.  Intern Emerg Med.  2012 October. 7(5):463-70.
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Mohr N, Fuller  B.  Low tidal volume ventilation should be the routine ventilation strategy of choice for all emergency department patients.  Ann Emerg Med.  2012 August. 60(2):215-6.
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Mohr N, Moreno-Walton  L, Smith-Coggins  R, Mills  A, Larrabee  H, Brunett  P, Dyne  P, Clem  K, Promes  S.  Generational differences in emergency medicine.  New York: McGraw-Hill.  2012. 

Fuller  B, Skrupky  L, Mohr N, McCammon  C.  Increasing weight is predictive of vancomycin dosing inaccuracy in patients admitted to the intensive care unit.  2011 December. 39(12 (Suppl)):33.

Mohr N, Fuller  B, Skrupky  L, Moy  H, Alunday  R, Micek  S, Fagley  R.  Clinical and Demographic Factors Associated with Antipyretic Use in Gram-Negative Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock.  Ann Pharmacother.  2011 October. 45(10):1207-16.
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