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Troy E. Madsen, M.D.

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  • English
  • Spanish

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Bio

Dr. Madsen is an emergency physician who focuses on treatment of emergent conditions at University Hospital. He is a member of the teaching faculty at the University and educates resident physicians and medical students.

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Surgery - Associate Professor
Academic Divisions Emergency Medicine
Board Certification American Board of Emergency Medicine (Emerg Med)

Academic Profile

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Surgery - Associate Professor
Academic Divisions Emergency Medicine
Board Certification American Board of Emergency Medicine (Emerg Med)

Academic Office Locations

Academic Office Phone Number Academic Office Address
(801) 581-2292 School of Medicine
University Health Care - Emergency Medicine
30 N 1900 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84132

Academic Bio

Troy E. Madsen, MD, is the associate research director for the Division of Emergency Medicine and is board certified in emergency medicine. He is a tenured associate professor in the Department of Surgery and has authored more than 50 peer-reviewed research papers. He has served as a co-investigator on a grant from the National Institutes of Health as well as the principal investigator on several additional grants. His primary research interests include cardiovascular disease, emergency department operations, and geriatric emergency medicine.

Dr. Madsen graduated from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, trained in emergency medicine at Ohio State University, and completed a fellowship in research methodology with Annals of Emergency Medicine. In addition to his work as associate research director, he serves as the associate director of the emergency medicine research fellowship, directs the medical student elective in emergency medicine research (SURG 7640), and teaches an undergraduate course in clinical research applications (H EDU 5900). Under Dr. Madsen's mentorship, University of Utah emergency medicine residents have presented over 100 abstracts at national and regional emergency medicine conferences and have co-authored dozens of published papers.

Dr. Madsen works closely with the hospital's media relations department and has appeared in numerous national and local television, newspaper, and radio stories. He records a weekly show, "From the Frontlines," for the University of Utah's nationally recognized podcast, The Scope (www.thescoperadio.com). He spends time in the summer volunteering as the medical director for the Range Creek Field Station, a University of Utah archaeology site in eastern Utah.

Education

Education History

Type School Degree
Fellowship American College of Emergency Physicians
Research Methodology
Fellow
Residency Ohio State University
Emergency Medicine
Resident
Internship Ohio State University
Emergency Medicine
Intern
Professional Medical Johns Hopkins University
Medicine
M.D.
Undergraduate Brigham Young University
History
B.A.

Publications

Selected Provider Publications

Journal Article

  1. Youngquist ST, Hood CH, Hales NM, Barton CC, Madsen TE, Pope CA (2016). Association between EMS calls and fine particulate air pollution in Utah. Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health, [Epub].
  2. Madsen TE, Fuller M, Hartsell S, Hamilton D, Bledsoe J (2016). Prospective evaluation of outcomes among geriatric chest pain patients in an ED observation unit. Am J Emerg Med, 34(2), 207-11.
  3. Madsen TE, Stewart M, Smyres C, Beal A, Hamilton D, Vlasic K, Oates A (2015). Significant of an indeterminate troponin I in patients evaluated for chest pain in an emergency department observatin unit. Crit Pathw Cardiol, 14(4), 146-9.
  4. Stewart M, Bledsoe J, Madsen T, Sturges Z, McGuire T, Rayner T, Hamilton D, Barton E (2015). Utilization and safety of a pulmonary embolism treatment protocol in an emergency department observation unit. Crit Pathw Cardiol, 14(3), 87-9.
  5. Broadwater-Hollifield C, Madsen TE, Porucznik CA, Sundwall DN, Youngquist ST, Vlasic K, Gren LH (2015). Predictors of patient adherence to follow-up recommendations after an ED visit. Am J Emerg Med, 33(10), 1368-73.
  6. Broadwater-Hollifield C, Fair J, Podolsky S, Carey J, Vlasic K, Stephen R, Madsen T, Mallin M (2014). Web-based emergency department patient satisfaction surveys may introduce potential for bias. J Emerg Med, 46(3), 404-9.
  7. Broadwater-Hollifield C, Gren LH, Porucznik CA, Youngquist ST, Sundwall DN, Madsen TE (2014). Emergency physician knowledge of reimbursement rates associated with emergency medical care. Am J Emerg Med, 32(6), 498-506.
  8. Hartsell S, Dorais J, Preston R, Hamilton D, Fuller M, Mallin M, Barton E, Madsen T (2014). False-positive rates of provocative cardiac testing in chest pain patients admitted to an emergency department observation unit. Crit Pathw Cardiol, 13(3), 104-8.
  9. Craven P, Cinar O, Fosnocht D, Carey J, Carey A, Rogers L, Vlasic K, Madsen T (2014). Prospective, 10-year evaluation of the impact of Hispanic ethnicity on pain management practices in the ED. Am J Emerg Med, 32(9), 1055-9.
  10. Fuller M, Hamilton D, Holly J, Mallin M, Rayner T, Eshenroder N, Barton E, Madsen T (2013). Prospective evaluation of a simplified risk stratification tool for patients with chest pain in an emergency department observation unit. Crit Pathw Cardiol, 12(3), 132-6.
  11. Cinar O, Jay L, Fosnocht D, Carey J, Rogers L, Carey A, Horne B, Madsen T (2013). Longitudinal trends in the treatment of abdominal pain in an academic emergency department. J Emerg Med, 45(3), 324-31.
  12. Fix ML, Enslow MS, Blankenship JF, Horne BD, Stroud SK, Madsen TE, Barton ED, Davis V (2013). Emergency Medicine Resident Anesthesia Training in a Private vs. Academic Setting. J Emerg Med, 44(3), 676-81.
  13. Holly J, Fuller M, Hamilton D, Mallin M, Black K, Robbins R, Davis V, Madsen T (2013). Prospective evaluation of the use of the thrombolysis in myocardial infarction score as a risk stratification tool for chest pain patients admitted to an ED observation unit. Am J Emerg Med, 31(1), 185-9.
  14. Craven P, Cinar O, Madsen T (2013). Patient anxiety may influence the efficacy of ED pain management. Am J Emerg Med, 31(2), 313-8.
  15. Hopkins CL, Madsen T, Foy Z, Reina M, Barton E (2012). Does limiting oral contrast decrease emergency department length of stay? West J Emerg Med, 13(5), 383-7.
  16. Stephen R, Lingenfelter E, Broadwater-Hollifield C, Madsen T (2012). Intranasal sufentanil provides adequate analgesia for emergency department patients with extremity injuries. J Opioid Manag, 8(4), 237-41.
  17. Cinar O, Ernst R, Fosnocht D, Carey J, Rogers L, Carey A, Horne B, Madsen T (2012). Geriatric patients may not experience increased risk of oligoanalgesia in the emergency department. Ann Emerg Med, 60(2), 207-11.
  18. Cinar O, Cevik E, Acar A, Kaya C, Ardic S, Comert B, Yokusoglu M, Bilgi C, Meisner M, Madsen T (2012). Evaluation of mid-regional pro-atrial natriuretic peptide, procalcitonin, and mid-regional pro-adrenomedullin for the diagnosis and risk stratification of dyspneic ED patients. Am J Emerg Med, 30(9), 1915-20.
  19. Steenblik J, Goodman M, Davis V, Gee C, Hopkins CL, Stephen R, Madsen T (2012). Intranasal sufentanil for the treatment of acute pain in a winter resort clinic. Am J Emerg Med, 30(9), 1817-21.
  20. Holly J, Hamilton D, Bledsoe J, Black K, Robbins R, Davis V, Barton E, Madsen T (2012). Prospective evaluation of the treatment of intermediate-risk chest pain patients in an emergency department observation unit. Crit Pathw Cardiol, 11(1), 10-3.
  21. Ozkurt B, Cinar O, Cevik E, Acar AY, Arslan D, Eyi EY, Jay L, Yamanel L, Madsen T (2012). Efficacy of high-flow oxygen therapy in all types of headache: a prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled trial. Am J Emerg Med, 30(9), 1760-4.
  22. Mallin M, Dawson M, Schroeder E, Hatch B, Jackson I, Ahern M, Bossart C, Madsen T (2012). Prospective outcomes of pregnant ED patients with documented fetal cardiac activity on ultrasound. Am J Emerg Med, 30(3), 472-5.
  23. Walraven CJ, Lingenfelter E, Rollo J, Madsen T, Alexander DP (2012). Diagnostic and therapeutic evaluation of community-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) skin and soft tissue infections in the emergency department. J Emerg Med, 42(4), 392-9.
  24. Holly J, Bledsoe J, Black K, Robbins R, Davis V, Bossart P, Barton E, Madsen T (2012). Prospective evaluation of an ED observation unit protocol for trauma activation patients. Am J Emerg Med, 30(8), 1402-6.
  25. Blankenship JF, Rogers L, White J, Carey A, Fosnocht D, Hopkins C, Madsen T (2012). Prospective evaluation of the treatment of pain in the ED using computerized physician order entry. Am J Emerg Med, 30(8), 1613-6.
  26. Gee C, Dawson M, Bledsoe J, Ledyard H, Phanthavady T, Youngquist S, McGuire T, Madsen T (2012). Sensitivity of newer-generation computed tomography scanners for subarachnoid hemorrhage: a Bayesian analysis. J Emerg Med, 43(1), 13-8.
  27. Hopkins CL, Youngquist ST, Johnson E, Madsen T (2011). Outcome of elderly patients injured at winter resorts. Am J Emerg Med, 29(5), 528-33.
  28. Madsen T, Sturges Z, Dawson M, Knapp S, Groke S, Stroud S, Hartsell S, Davis V, Bledsoe J, Barton E (2011). Characteristics of the first two years of applicants to a new emergency medicine residency program. J Emerg Med, 41(5), 539-45.
  29. Steenblik J, Schroeder E, Hatch B, Groke S, Broadwater-Hollifield C, Mallin M, Ahern M, Madsen T (2011). Folic acid use in pregnant patients presenting to the emergency department. Int J Emerg Med, 4, 38.
  30. Sherwood K, Sugerman S, Bossart P, Bledsoe J, Barton E, Bernhisel K, Bess E, Madsen T (2011). EDOU staffing by PAs: what are the effects on patient outcomes? JAAPA, 24(8), 31-4, 37.
  31. Davis V, Wallace M, Sherwood K, Dawson M, Sugerman S, Ahern M, Battaglia D, Mallin M, Youngquist S, Madsen T (2011). Mid-Level Providers demonstrate proficiency in FAST after directed training. Crit Ultrasound J, 3(2), 111-13.
  32. Groke SF, Madsen TE, Strate L, Knapp S, Dawson M, Stroud S, Hartsell S, Davis V (2010). Evaluating applicants to a new emergency medicine residency program: subjective assessment of applicant characteristics. Int J Emerg Med, 3(4), 265-9.
  33. Dawson M, Youngquist S, Bledsoe J, Madsen T, Bossart P, Davis V, Barton E (2010). Low-risk young adult patients with chest pain may not benefit from routine cardiac stress testing: a Bayesian analysis. Crit Pathw Cardiol, 9(3), 170-3.
  34. Mallin M, Louis H, Madsen T (2010). A novel technique for ultrasound-guided supraclavicular subclavian cannulation. Am J Emerg Med, 28(8), 966-9.
  35. Ahern M, Mallin MP, Weitzel S, Madsen T, Hunt P (2010). Variability in Ultrasound Education among Emergency Medicine Residencies. West J Emerg Med, 11(4), 314-8.
  36. Bledsoe J, Hamilton D, Bess E, Holly J, Sturges Z, Madsen T (2010). Treatment of low-risk pulmonary embolism patients in a chest pain unit. Crit Pathw Cardiol, 9(4), 212-5.
  37. Crouch AK, Dawson M, Long D, Allred D, Madsen T (2010). Perceived confidence in the FAST exam before and after an educational intervention in a developing country. Int J Emerg Med, 3(1), 49-52.
  38. Madsen T, Bossart P, Bledsoe J, Bernhisel K, Cheng M, Mataoa T, Bartlett J, McKellar A, Rivas W, Quick N (2010). Patients with coronary disease fail observation status at higher rates than patients without coronary disease. Am J Emerg Med, 28(1), 19-22.
  39. Madsen T, Dawson M, Bledsoe J, Bossart P (2010). Serial hematocrit testing does not identify major injuries in trauma patients in an observation unit. Am J Emerg Med, 28(4), 472-6.
  40. Madsen TE, Bennett A, Groke S, Zink A, McCowan C, Hernandez A, Knapp S, Byreddy D, Mattsson S, Quick N (2009). Emergency department patients with psychiatric complaints return at higher rates than controls. West J Emerg Med, 10(4), 268-72.
  41. Madsen TE, Pearson RR, Muhlestein JB, Lappe DL, Bair TL, Horne BD, Anderson JL (2009). Risk of nephropathy is not increased by the administration of larger volume of contrast during coronary angiography. Crit Pathw Cardiol, 8(4), 167-71.
  42. Madsen T, Mallin M, Bledsoe J, Bossart P, Davis V, Gee C, Barton E (2009). Utility of the emergency department observation unit in ensuring stress testing in low-risk chest pain patients. Crit Pathw Cardiol, 2009 Sep(8), 122-4.
  43. Madsen TE, Bledsoe JR, Bossart PJ (2009). Observation unit admission as an alternative to inpatient admission for trauma activation patients. Emerg Med J, 26(6), 421-3.
  44. Madsen T, Bledsoe J, Bossart P (2009). Physician documentation of nonspecific EKG changes predicts hospital admission among observation unit chest pain patients. Crit Pathw Cardiol, 8(1), 34-7.

Book Chapter

  1. Madsen TE, Hartsell SC (2008). Non-snake reptile bites. In Adams JG, Barton ED, Collings J, DeBlieux PM, Gisondi MA, Nadel ES (Eds.), Emergency Medicine (1, pp. 1705-10). Philadelphia, PA: Saunders.

Letter

  1. Madsen TE (2010). PERC bleeding risk calculation and resultant test threshold may be inappropriate [Letter to the editor]. Ann Emerg Med, 56(5), 585-6; author reply 586-7.

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