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Emergency Medicine

Evan S Schwarz, MD

Current Position
Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine

Specialty Areas
Emergency Medicine
Medical Toxicology

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Barnes-Jewish Hospital
400 South Kingshighway, Emergency Department
St. Louis, MO  63110
Fax:   314-362-0478
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St Louis Children’s Hospital
One Children’s Place
St. Louis, MO  63110
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Mailing Address
Washington University School of Medicine, Division of Emergency Medicine
660 South Euclid
Campus Box 8072
St. Louis, MO  63110

Areas of Clinical Interest
Emergency medicine, toxicology, trauma, carbon monoxide poisoning, 

Board Certification
Medical Toxicology -- Certified
Emergency Medicine -- Certified

Medical Education
BA: University of Texas at Austin, 2001
MD: University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, 2005
Residency: Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, MO, 2009
Chief Resident: Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, MO, 2009
Fellowship: Toxicology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, 2011
Hospital Affiliations
Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis
St. Louis Children's Hospital

Peer-reviewed publications

Abdelmalek D, Schwarz ES, Halcomb SE, Sampson C, Arroyo-Plasencia A, McCammon C, Stenger A, Krehbiel N, and Mullins ME. Life threatening diphenhydramine toxicity presenting with seizures and a wide complex tachycardia improved with intravenous fat emulsion. Am J Ther 2012 (accepted, in press).

Schwarz ES, Wax PM, Kleinschmidt KC, et al. Sodium azide poisoning at a restaurant-Dallas County, Texas, 2010. MMWR June 29, 2012;61(25):457-460

Young AC, Schwarz ES, Velez LI, Gardner M. Two cases of disseminated intravascular coagulation due to “bath salts” resulting in fatalities, with laboratory confirmation. Am J Emerg Med 2012. [in press] accepted May 2012.

Horwitz DA, Schwarz ES, Scott MG, Lewis LM. Emergency Department Patients with Diabetes Have Better Glycemic Control when They have an Identifiable Primary Care Provider. Acad Emerg Med 2012;19(6):650-5

Forrester M, Schwarz ES, Kleinschmidt KC, Young AC. Synthetic Cannabinoid Exposures Reported to Texas Poison Centers. Journal of Addictive Diseases. [Accepted for publication June 2011]

Young A, Schwarz E, Genevieve M, Obafemi A, Feng SY, Kane C, Kleinschmidt K. Cardiotoxicity Associated with the Synthetic Cannabinoid, K9, with Laboratory Confirmation. Am J Emerg Med 2011.

Forrester M, Kleinschmidt KC, Schwarz ES, Young AC. Synthetic Cannabinoid and Marijuana Exposures Reported to Poison Centers. Human and Experimental Toxicology 2011.

Roth B, Schwarz ES, Feng S, Young AC. Good Outcomes Despite High Urinary Arsenic Concentrations from Overdose with Crab Grass Killer. Journal of Medical Toxicology - accepted for publication

Schwarz ES, Kleinschmidt KC. Chapter 187: Toxic inhalants.  Vincent: Textbook of Critical Care, 6th edition

Schwarz ES, Barra M, Liao MM. Successful Resuscitation of a Patient in Asystole after a TASER Injury Using a Hypothermia Protocol. AJEM 2009;27(4):515.

Schwarz ES, Mullins ME, Brooks CB.  Ciguatera poisoning successfully treated with delayed mannitol.  Ann Emerg Med. 2008 Oct.; 52 (4):476-7.

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