Respiratory Arrest Expert Witnesses

Respiratory arrest expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on respiratory arrest. The respiratory arrest expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Critical Care Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Hospitalist, and Pediatric Pulmonology.

Browning S. Wayman, MD, FACEP

Birmingham, Alabama
Emergency Medicine - Emergency Medicine, Trauma, Airway Management, Sepsis, Myocardial Infarction, Heart Attack, Cerebrovascular Accident, Stroke, Cardiac Arrest, Respiratory Arrest, Injury, Fracture, Dislocation, Chest Pain, Abdominal Pain, Appendicitis, Rural Emergency Medicine, Documentation, Against Medical Advice
-Board certified in Emergency Medicine (American Board of Emergency Medicine) -Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians -Licensed in Texas and Alabama -Background in medical education as Core Faculty for an Emergency Medicine residency program and medical school -Experience working at a Level 1 Trauma Center -Experience working in a Pediatric Emergency Department -Experience working in both rural and urban community Emergency Departments -Experience working in Emergency Departments, hospitals, and clinics in several developing countries -Fellowship trained in Clinical Ultrasound and International Emergency Medicine -Top priorities are integrity and attention to detail

Ryan W. Dailey, MD Dailey Medical Consulting, PLLC

Maple Grove, Minnesota
Critical Care Medicine, Hospitalist - Sepsis, Resuscitation, Cardiac Arrest, ACLS, Ventilator Management, ARDS, Acute Respiratory Failure, Respiratory Arrest, Overdose, Toxic Ingestion, Coma, Brain Death, Volume Status, Cardiogenic Shock, Multiple Organ System Failure, Alcohol Withdrawal, Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium, ICU Management
I am providing critical care medical expert witness and file review services with particular interest in sepsis management and resuscitation of critically ill or arresting patients. As a student I earned honors designation in multiple rotations and Alpha Omega Alpha designation. As a resident I was repeatedly identified by my peers as a top resident in teaching and clinical skill. I am Board Certified in both critical care medicine and internal medicine by the ABIM. I formerly worked as an intensivist for 9 years in a community hospital that is part of the largest hospital network in Minnesota, and currently work as a hospitalist for a medium sized community hospital. Further, I've led sepsis and resuscitation committees achieving award-winning patient outcome results within the state and nationally, both at my local hospital and within the larger network. Under my leadership as Medical Director, we implemented evidence-based best practices in multiple areas that led to system-best ...

Browning S. Wayman, MD, FACEP

Texas
Emergency Medicine - Emergency Medicine, Trauma, Airway Management, Sepsis, Myocardial Infarction, Heart Attack, Cerebrovascular Accident, Stroke, Cardiac Arrest, Respiratory Arrest, Injury, Fracture, Dislocation, Chest Pain, Abdominal Pain, Appendicitis, Rural Emergency Medicine, Documentation, Against Medical Advice
-Board certified in Emergency Medicine (American Board of Emergency Medicine) -Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians -Licensed in Texas and Alabama -Background in medical education as Core Faculty for an Emergency Medicine residency program and medical school -Experience working at a Level 1 Trauma Center -Experience working in a Pediatric Emergency Department -Experience working in both rural and urban community Emergency Departments -Experience working in Emergency Departments, hospitals, and clinics in several developing countries -Fellowship trained in Clinical Ultrasound and International Emergency Medicine -Top priorities are integrity and attention to detail

Michael S Schechter, MD, MPH Children Hospital of Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth University

Midlothian, Virginia
Pediatric Pulmonology - Cystic Fibrosis, asthma, respiratory failure, pneumonia, empyema, hemoptysis, ventilator, airway obstruction, bronchomalacia, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, hypoxemia, aspiration, tracheostomy, interstitial lung disease, respiratory arrest, bronchiectasis, obstructive sleep apnea, ciliary dyskinesia
Professor of Pediatrics and Chief of the Division of Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine and Sleep, Children's Hospital of Richmond (CHOR) at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU); Director of the VCU Cystic Fibrosis Center; Director of the CHOR Community Asthma Program; Past Chair of the Section of Pediatric Pulmonology of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP); Associate Editor, AAP Handbook on Pediatric Pulmonology; Past Chair of the Pediatric Program Committee of the American Thoracic Society. Active Clinical Researcher with over 100 publications https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=schechter+ms Knowledgeable in all kinds of neonatal and pediatric respiratory disease. Previous experience in general pediatrics