Safety and efficiency of emergency department interrogation of cardiac devices
James F. Neuenschwander, W. Frank Peacock, Madgy Migeed, Sara A. Hunter, John C. Daughtery, Ian C. McCleese, Brian C. Hiestand
Clin Exp Emerg Med. 2016;3(4):239-244.   Published online 2016 Dec 30     DOI:
Citations to this article as recorded by Crossref logo
Assessing the safety of interrogating cardiac-implantable electronic devices with brand-mismatched remote interrogators: a pilot study
Tinh Le, James Neuenschwander, Parker Cordial, Mackenzie Sankoe, Ankur Parekh, Brian Hiestand, WF Peacock
Clinical and Experimental Emergency Medicine.2022; 9(1): 24.     CrossRef
Should We Check It? Assessing Interrogation of Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices in the Emergency Department–The CHECK-ED Study: Implications for Service Planning and Care Delivery
Bradley M. Pitman, Vincent Schirripa, Dian A. Munawar, Kadhim Kadhim, Catherine J. O’Shea, Ricardo S. Mishima, Kurt Roberts-Thomson, Glenn D. Young, Christopher X. Wong, Prashanthan Sanders, Dennis H. Lau
Heart, Lung and Circulation.2022; 31(8): 1119.     CrossRef
Comparing sensitivity and specificity of pacemaker ID application and cardiac rhythm management device-finder application in identifying cardiac implantable electronic device manufacturer using chest radiograph – An observational study
Pirbhat Shams, Muhammad Mehdi, Jamshed Ali, Intisar Ahmed, Sheema Saadia, Sameen Iqbal, Aamir Hameed Khan, Yawer Saeed
Annals of Medicine & Surgery.2021;[Epub]     CrossRef
Utilization of a Read‐only Pacemaker and Defibrillator Interrogator in the Emergency Department and Hospital
James Neuenschwander, Tinh Le, Ankur Parekh, Brian Hiestand, Parker Cordial, Hana Le, Eric Hammil, Tumay Kojasoy, W. Frank Peacock, Anna Marie Chang
Academic Emergency Medicine.2020; 27(12): 1344.     CrossRef
Cardiac Implantable Electric Devices: Indications and Complications
Brian Hiestand
Current Emergency and Hospital Medicine Reports.2017; 5(2): 56.     CrossRef