Jessica Zegre-Hemsey, PhD, RN
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Nursing
Carrington Hall, CB #7460
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7460
Keywords: acute coronary syndrome, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular systems of care, electrocardiography, ST-segment monitoring, triage and risk stratification, emergency department, emergency medical services, alarm fatigue.
Zègre-Hemsey J.K., Dracup K., Fleischmann K.E., Sommargren C.E., Paul S.M., & Drew B.J. (2013). Pre-hospital ECG manifestations of acute myocardial ischemia are an independent predictor of adverse hospital outcomes. Journal of Emergency Medicine, 44(5), 955-961.
Zègre-Hemsey J.K., Dracup K., Fleischmann K.E., Sommargren C.E., & Drew B.J. (2012). Pre-hospital 12-lead ST-segment monitoring improves the early diagnosis of acute coronary syndrome. Journal of Electrcardiology, 45(3), 266-271.
Zègre-Hemsey J.K., Sommargren C.E., & Drew B.J. (2011). Initial ECG acquisition within 10 minutes of arrival to the emergency department: time and gender differences. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 37(1): 109-12.
Winkler C., Funk M., Drew B., Schindler D., Zègre-Hemsey J.K., & O’Leary J. (2009). Arrhythmias in patients with acute coronary syndromes in the first 24 hours of emergency department admission during the postreperfusion era. Journal of Electrocardiology, 42(6), 422-7.