Siamak Moayedi, Md
University of Maryland Medical Center
United States of America
Dr Moayedi has been teaching at the SOM since 2004. His academic interests include medical student education, invasive medical procedure education and difficult intravenous access research. He has been teaching invasive medical procedures in the cadaver lab since 2004. He has also authored 2 text book chapters about procedure education and has lectured internationally on the topic. He is the director of two CME cadaver based courses and the medical student emergency medicine elective at Mercy Medical Center. Dr. Moayedi works clinicaly at the Mercy Medical Center Emergency Department as well as the Department of Hyperbaric Medicine at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. Dr. Moayedi has been serving on the Education Committee for the American Academy of Emergency Medicine since 2015.
Difficult intravenous access Invasive emergency medicine procedure education
Witting M, Moayedi S, et al. Advanced intravenous access: technique choices, pain scores, and failure rates in a local registry. Am J Emerg Med. Mar 2016; vlol 34, no 3: 553-7.
Witting M, Moayedi S, et al. Power injection through ultrasound-guided IV lines: Safety and efficacy under an institutional policy. Journal of Emeg Med. In Press for e-publication
Moayedi S, et al. Safety and Efficacy of the “Easy IJ”: An approach to Difficult IV access. Journal of Emerg Med. Dec 2016; vol 51, no6: 636-42