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Doctor Matthew James Reed

Emergency Medicine Research Group, Edinburgh (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)

Matt Reed is RCEM Professor of Emergency Medicine and Consultant and NRS Fellow at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. He leads EMERGE, a multidisciplinary clinical research group delivering frontline applied health research which is the leading recruiter of Emergency Medicine research participants in the UK (almost 5000 in 2019). Matt is also an Honorary Reader with the Acute Care group of the University of Edinburgh, a member of the RCEM Research and Publication Committee, chair of the RCEM grants committee and a member of the European Society of Cardiology Syncope Task Force. Matt’s research work focuses on the use of novel ambulatory monitoring technology in syncope, pre-syncope and palpitations. Matt has published 94 papers and personally been awarded over £1.3 million in research grants (March 2020 metrics: Citations 2836; H index 26; i10-index 41)

Management of syncope in the emergency department based on risk stratification

Event: EHRA 2018

Topic: Miscellaneous

Session: 2018 ESC Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of syncope - Recommendations and key messages

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Brain Natriuretic Peptide (BNP) and high-sensitivity troponin I at 3 hours post Emergency Department (ED) attendance predicts all significant arrhythmias at 3 months in unexplained ED syncope patients

Event: EHRA 2018

Topic: Arrhythmias, General - Clinical

Session: Syncope

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Diagnostic yield of an ambulatory patch monitor in patients with unexplained syncope after initial evaluation in the Emergency Department: The PATCH-ED study

Event: EHRA 2018

Topic: Arrhythmias, General: Non-invasive Diagnostic Methods

Session: Syncope

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