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Christian Sloane

Title(s)Clinical Professor, Emergency Medical Services
SchoolVc-health Sciences-schools
Address9500 Gilman Drive #
La Jolla CA 92093
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    Dr. Christian Sloane grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and attended UC Berkeley for his undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology. He attended medical school at UCSD, graduating in 1997. His transitional internship was at Scripps Mercy Hospital followed by residency in Emergency Medicine at UCSD where he was Chief Resident. After working for a year at Kaiser San Diego, Tri-City Medical Center, Jackson Hole, WY and UCSD, he took a full time faculty position at UCSD where he has worked since. He received the Golden Apple Teaching Award in 2005. Dr. Sloane is also a member of DMAT CA-4 and deployed with the team to the New Orleans Airport in support of the medical evacuation after Hurricane Katrina, and Hurricane Harvey, as well as immediately following the Haitian earthquake with International Relief Teams. He is a medical team manager for San Diego’s Urban Search and Rescue Team, TF-8. He served as Associate Residency Director 2008. Following that he now serves as the department Director of Quality Assurance and Improvement. Additionally, he is the medical director for Mercy Air Services in San Diego and Imperial counties, and was just appointed medical director of the North County Dispatch Joint Powers Authority, serving the plurality of Northern San Diego County EMS agencies. Current research interests include less lethal weapons and other law enforcement tools. He was a cast member on an episode of "Fight Science", that examined the use of some of the devices on the National Geographic Channel. He has also done some work with respect to injury prevention in police officers who wear body armor, and recent work in the EMS sphere, as well as error prevention in medicine. In his spare time he enjoys time with his family, sailing, and flying general aviation aircraft.

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    1. Assessment of stress markers in restrained individuals following physical stress with and without sham CED activation. J Forensic Leg Med. 2020 Aug; 74:101982. Sloane C, Mash DC, Chan TC, Kolkhorst F, Neuman T, Castillo EM, Lasoff D, Wardi G, Xie X, Vilke GM. PMID: 32658765.
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    2. Further study on the physiological effects of an alternative spit mask. J Forensic Leg Med. 2020 May; 72:101945. Marigold O, Castillo EM, Sloane C, Brennan J, Coyne CJ, Swift S, Vilke GM. PMID: 32275230.
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    3. Structured case reviews for organizational learning about diagnostic vulnerabilities: initial experiences from two medical centers. Diagnosis (Berl). 2020 01 28; 7(1):27-35. Mathews BK, Fredrickson M, Sebasky M, Seymann G, Ramamoorthy S, Vilke G, Sloane C, Thorson E, El-Kareh R. PMID: 31444963.
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    4. Brain Emergency Management Initiative for Optimizing Hub-Helicopter Emergency Medical Systems-Spoke Transfer Networks. Air Med J. 2020 Mar - Apr; 39(2):103-106. Modir R, Meyer D, Hamidy M, DeLima T, Steinberg J, Mukau L, Walls D, Walls B, Sloane C, Meyer B. PMID: 32197685.
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    5. Mount Fuji Sign: Tension Pneumocephalus in the Emergency Department. J Emerg Med. 2019 Oct; 57(4):569-570. Lasoff DR, Wardi G, Sloane C. PMID: 31561929.
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    6. EXCITATION study: Unexplained in-custody deaths: Evaluating biomarkers of stress and agitation. J Forensic Leg Med. 2019 Aug; 66:100-106. Vilke GM, Mash DC, Pardo M, Bozeman W, Hall C, Sloane C, Wilson MP, Coyne CJ, Xie X, Castillo EM. PMID: 31252195.
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    7. Physiological effects of a spit sock. Am J Emerg Med. 2019 02; 37(2):291-293. Lutz M, Sloane CM, Castillo EM, Brennen JJ, Coyne CJ, Swift SL, Vilke GM. PMID: 30415982.
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    8. Unexpected intensive care transfer of admitted patients with severe sepsis. J Intensive Care. 2017; 5:43. Wardi G, Wali AR, Villar J, Tolia V, Tomaszewski C, Sloane C, Fedullo P, Beitler JR, Nolan M, Lasoff D, Sell RE. PMID: 28717513.
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    9. Near death from a novel synthetic opioid labeled U-47700: emergence of a new opioid class. Clin Toxicol (Phila). 2017 Jan; 55(1):51-54. Schneir A, Metushi IG, Sloane C, Benaron DJ, Fitzgerald RL. PMID: 27448790.
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    10. Evaluation of the ventilatory effects of the prone maximum restraint (PMR) position on obese human subjects. Forensic Sci Int. 2014 Apr; 237:86-9. Sloane C, Chan TC, Kolkhorst F, Neuman T, Castillo EM, Vilke GM. PMID: 24607708.
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    11. The effect of the prone maximal restraint position with and without weight force on cardiac output and other hemodynamic measures. J Forensic Leg Med. 2013 Nov; 20(8):991-5. Savaser DJ, Campbell C, Castillo EM, Vilke GM, Sloane C, Neuman T, Hansen AV, Shah V, Chan TC. PMID: 24237806.
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    12. Clarification of funding sources in "Electronic control device exposures: a review of morbidity and mortality". Ann Emerg Med. 2012 Apr; 59(4):336. Vilke GM, Sloane CM, Chan TC. PMID: 22449355.
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    13. "Funding source and author affiliation in TASER research are strongly associated with a conclusion of device safety". Am Heart J. 2012 Mar; 163(3):e5; author reply e9. Vilke GM, Sloane CM, Chan TC. PMID: 22424027.
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    14. Evaluation of the ventilatory effects of a restraint chair on human subjects. J Emerg Med. 2011 Jun; 40(6):714-8. Vilke GM, Sloane C, Castillo EM, Kolkhorst FW, Neuman TS, Chan TC. PMID: 20079597.
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    15. Physiologic effects of the TASER after exercise. Acad Emerg Med. 2009 Aug; 16(8):704-10. Vilke GM, Sloane CM, Suffecool A, Kolkhorst FW, Neuman TS, Castillo EM, Chan TC. PMID: 19594461.
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    16. Tactical and subject considerations of in-custody deaths proximal to use of conductive energy devices. Am J Forensic Med Pathol. 2009 Mar; 30(1):23-5. Vilke GM, Johnson WD, Castillo EM, Sloane C, Chan TC. PMID: 19237848.
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    17. Serum troponin I measurement of subjects exposed to the Taser X-26. J Emerg Med. 2008 Jul; 35(1):29-32. Sloane CM, Chan TC, Levine SD, Dunford JV, Neuman T, Vilke GM. PMID: 18296010.
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    18. Thoracic spine compression fracture after TASER activation. J Emerg Med. 2008 Apr; 34(3):283-5. Sloane CM, Chan TC, Vilke GM. PMID: 18191526.
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    19. Twelve-lead electrocardiogram monitoring of subjects before and after voluntary exposure to the Taser X26. Am J Emerg Med. 2008 Jan; 26(1):1-4. Vilke GM, Sloane C, Levine S, Neuman T, Castillo E, Chan TC. PMID: 18082773.
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    20. Physiological effects of a conducted electrical weapon on human subjects. Ann Emerg Med. 2007 Nov; 50(5):569-75. Vilke GM, Sloane CM, Bouton KD, Kolkhorst FW, Levine SD, Neuman TS, Castillo EM, Chan TC. PMID: 17719689.
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    21. Cardiac monitoring of human subjects exposed to the taser. J Emerg Med. 2007 Aug; 33(2):113-7. Levine SD, Sloane CM, Chan TC, Dunford JV, Vilke GM. PMID: 17692758.
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    22. Not your everyday anisocoria: angel's trumpet ocular toxicity. J Emerg Med. 2007 Jul; 33(1):21-4. Firestone D, Sloane C. PMID: 17630070.
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    23. Difficult airway management. Intern Emerg Med. 2006; 1(2):139-47. Rosen P, Sloane C, Ban KM, Lanigra M, Wolfe R. PMID: 17111789.
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    24. Assessment for deaths in out-of-hospital heroin overdose patients treated with naloxone who refuse transport. Acad Emerg Med. 2003 Aug; 10(8):893-6. Vilke GM, Sloane C, Smith AM, Chan TC. PMID: 12896894.
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    25. Rapid sequence intubation in the field versus hospital in trauma patients. J Emerg Med. 2000 Oct; 19(3):259-64. Sloane C, Vilke GM, Chan TC, Hayden SR, Hoyt DB, Rosen P. PMID: 11033272.
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    26. The other olive associated with vomiting. J Emerg Med. 2000 Apr; 18(3):375. Sloane CM, Vilke G. PMID: 10729680.
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