DR. ANIL CHOPRA

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • ED Administration

  • Health Services

  • Leadership

  • Quality Improvement

  • Patient Safety

  • Adults

  • Venous Thromboembolism

TOP CITATIONS

Innes G, Sivilotti M, Ovens H, McLelland K, Dukelow A,  Kwok E, Chopra A, Cheng I, Kalla D, Mackinnon D, Sing C, Barclay N, Ross T, Chochinov A. Emergency overcrowding and access block: A smaller problem than we think. CJEM 2018:1–9.

Gladstone D, Earl K, Bungard T, Cox J, Jafna L, Bell A, Dorian P, Dean N, Huynh T, Chopra A, Eikenbloom J, Shuaib A. New Anticoagulants for Atrial Fibrillation: The Beginning of A New Era in Stroke Prevention. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences, 38(5), pp 777-82, 2011.


Yiu S, Carr D, Yaphe J, Venugopal R, Hodge M, Puchalski Ritchie L, Chang B, Meshkat N, Chopra A. Teaching the intangibles: How to manage an emergency department. Open Medicine, 4(3 Suppl), 1-86, p 69, 2010.


Han J, Chopra A, Carr D. Ophthalmic Injuries from a TASER. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine, 11:1, pp 90-93, 2009.


Verbeek PR, Chopra A. Heliox Does Not Improve FEV1 in Acute Asthma Patients. The Journal of Emergency Medicine, 16:4, pp 545-48, 1998.


Chopra A, Morrison L. Resolution of caffeine-induced complex dysrhythmia with procainamide therapy. The Journal of Emergency
Medicine, 13:1, pp 113-17, 1995.

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