Raymond P. Ten Eyck, MD, MPH

Emergency Medicine
Professor, Emergency Medicine Simulation Center Director
Cox Institute, 3525 Southern Blvd, Kettering, OH 45429-1221

Research interests

Simulation in medical education, Blood substitutes, Human factors in medical errors, Cyanide poisoning

Selected bibliography

Albery, W, Ten Eyck, R, and Wolfe, M: Female Exposure to High G: Echocardiographic Evaluation for Chronic Changes in Cardiac Function. Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine,69, 9:857, 1998.

Ten Eyck, R, and MacLean, T.: Improving the Quality of Emergency Medicine Clerkship Evaluations. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 12, 1:113, Jan 94.

Ten Eyck, R: Automated External Defibrillator Training and Skills Maintenance In Air Force Emergency Medical Services Systems. Military Medicine, 158, 9:579, 1993.

Howell, J., Torma, M., Ten Eyck, R, Burrow, R., and Huang, E.: The Impact of Dedicated Physician Staffing on Patient Flow and Quality Assurance Parameters in an Air Force Emergency Department. Military Medicine, 155, 1:30, 1990, pp 30 - 33.

Ten Eyck, R, Vayer, JS: Airway Management: A New Look at Old Models. The Journal of Emergency Medicine, Vol 5, pp 563-566, 1987

Vayer, JS, Ten Eyck, R, Cowan, ML: New Concepts in Triage. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 15:927-930, 1986.

Ten Eyck, R, Ottinger, W., and Schaerdel A.: Comparative Study of Stroma-Free Methemoglobin Solution and Nitrites in the Treatment of Cyanide Poisoning. Journal of Toxicology--Clinical Toxicology, 23 (7-8) 477-488, 1985.

Ten Eyck, R, Schaerdel, A., and Ottinger, W.: Stroma-Free Methemoglobin Solution: An Effective Antidote for Cyanide Poisoning. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 3:519-523, November, 1985.

Ten Eyck, R, Schaerdel, A., Lynett, J., Marks, D., Patrissi, J., Ottinger, W., and Stansell, M.: Stroma-Free Methemoglobin Solution as an Antidote for Cyanide Poisoning, Journal of Toxicology--Clinical Toxicology, 21(3):343-358, 1983-1984.

Longmire, A., Ten Eyck, R: Morbidity of Hurricane Frederick, Annals of Emergency Medicine, 13:334-338, May, 1984.

Personal Information

I am blessed with a great wife and four wonderful children (shown below).

Education History: 

Residency: Emergency Medicine, Evanston Hospital, Northwestern Associate Program, 1977-1979

Internship: Internal Medicine, Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center, 1976-1977

Medical School: Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1972-1976

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