Recent Publications


Peer Reviewed:

  1. Ablordeppey, E.A., Drewry, A.M., Theodoro, D.L., Tian, L., Fuller, B.M. and Griffey, R.T., Current practices in central venous catheter position confirmation by point of care ultrasound: a survey of early adopters. Shock, 2019. 51(5), pp.613-618.
  2. Helwani, M; Casali, D; Ablordeppey, E. A 58-Year-Old Woman with Postoperative ST Segment Elevation on Telemetry. Accepted to CHEST, 2019.
  3. Prentice DM, Sona C, Wessman BT, Ablordeppey EA, Isakow W, Arroyo C, Schallom Discrepancies in measuring bladder volumes with bedside ultrasound and bladder scanning in the intensive care unit: A pilot study. Journal of the Intensive Care Society. 2018 May;19(2):122-6.
  4. Helwani MA, McDonald R, Ablordeppey EA. A Young Adult Male Presenting Posttrauma With Hypotension Despite Fluid Resuscitation. Chest. 2018 Jun 30;153(6):e129-31.
  5. Ablordeppey EA, Drewry AM, Beyer AB, et al. The Authors Reply: Focused Point of Care Ultrasound for central venous catheter position confirmation and pneumothorax exclusion. Crit Care Med. 2017 Nov;45(11):e1190-e1191.
  6. Ablordeppey EA, Drewry AM, Beyer AB, et al. Diagnostic Accuracy of Central Venous Catheter Confirmation by Bedside Ultrasound Versus Chest Radiography in Critically Ill Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Crit Care Med. 2017 Apr;45(4):715-724.
  7. Kolinsky D, Kim A, Ablordeppey E. Sub-acute Tamponade and the Value of Point of Care Ultrasound for Rapid Diagnosis: A Case Report. Clin Pract Cases Emerg Med. 2017;1(3):232–237


  1. Ablordeppey E, Drewry A, Anderson A, Casali D, Wallace L, Kane D, Fuller B, Theodoro D. Bedside Ultrasound Guided Central Venous Catheter Confirmation in Critically ill Patients. Accepted abstract to Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Conference, May 2019
  2. Ablordeppey, E., Willman, M., Ruble, L., Hofkamp, L., Creel-Bulos, C., Lewis, , Drewry, A. and Theodoro, D. 1027: central venous catheter insertion: updates on mechanical complications. Critical Care Medicine, 2019. 47(1), p.491.
  3. Puffenbarger M, Hanna W, Ablordeppey E. 1050: Focused Introduction To Pediatric Critical Care Ultrasound Course Increased Comfort With Pocus. Critical Care Medicine. 2019 Jan 1;47(1):502.
  4. Schallom M, Prentice D, Sona C, Wessman B, Basak J, Musleh A, Swaniker J, Vyers K, Arroyo C, McKinley G, Ablordeppey E. 1276: measuring bladder volumes in the icu: is accuracy dependent on device and clinician?. Critical Care Medicine. 2019 Jan 1;47(1):614.
  5. Lynch T, Taylor B, Abdulkarim G, Gilliland S, Ablordeppey E. 443: reproducibility of a novel ultrasound protocol: muscle measurement in surgical intensive care unit. Critical Care Medicine. 2018 Jan 1;46(1):205.
  6. Ablordeppey E, Oberle A, Drewry A, et al. 362: “Focused Pocus”: A Concise Point-Of-Care Ultrasound Training Program For Critical Care Providers. Critical Care Medicine. 2018 Jan 1;46(1):164.
  7. Kim AJ, Kennedy MS, Ablordeppey EA, et al. Improving Fast (Focused Assessment of Sonography in Trauma) Utilization by General Surgery Residents Through Dedicated Emergency Medicine Training: A Pilot Study. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2015 May 1;22:S288.
  8. Ablordeppey E, Wessman B, Graetz T, et al. 166: Incorporating Critical Care Ultrasound Training In Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Curriculums. Critical Care Medicine. 2013 Dec 1;41(12):A36.