Nicholas M. Mohr, MD, MS

Portrait
Associate Program Director, Anesthesia Critical Care Fellowship
Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor of Anesthesia - Critical Care Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor of Epidemiology

Contact Information

Primary Office
1008 RCP
200 Hawkins Drive
Iowa City, IA 52242
319-353-6360

Education

BS, Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University
MD, Medicine, University of Iowa, Carver College of Medicine
MS, Clinical Investigation, University of Iowa, College of Public Health
Resident, Emergency Medicine, Indiana University
Chief Resident, Emergency Medicine, Indiana University
Fellow, Critical Care Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis

Licensure and Certifications

Board Certification, Neurocritical Care - United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties
Board Certification, Internal Medicine-Critical Care Medicine - American Board of Emergency Medicine
Physician Medical License - State of Iowa
Board Certification, Emergency Medicine - American Board of Emergency Medicine

Publications

Oest, S. E., Swanson, M. B., Ahmed, A. & Mohr, N. M. (In Press). Perceptions and perceived utility of rural emergency department telemedicine services: a needs assessment. Telemedicine Journal and E-Health.

Mohr, N. M., Hurst, E. K., MacKinney, A. C., Nash, E. C., Carr, B. G. & Skow, B. (2019). Telemedicine for Early Treatment of Sepsis. In M. A. Koenig (Eds.) Telemedicine in the Intensive Care Unit. pp. 255-280. New York, NY: Springer International Publishing. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-11569-2_15.

Fuller, B. M., Roberts, B. W., Mohr, N. M., Knight, W. A., Adeoye, O., Pappal, R. D., Marshall, S., Alunday, R., Dettmer, M., Goyal, M., Gibson, C., Levine, B. J., Gardner-Gray, J. M., Mosier, J., Dargin, J., Mackay, F., Johnson, N. J., Lokhandwala, S., Hough, C. L., Tonna, J. E., Tsolinas, R., Lin, F., Qasim, Z. A., Harvey, C. E., Bassin, B., Stephens, R. J., Yan, Y., Carpenter, C. R., Kollef, M. H. & Avidan, M. S. (In Press). The ED-SED Study: a multicenter, prospective cohort study of practice patterns and clinical outcomes associated with Emergency Department SEDation for mechanically ventilated patients. Critical Care Medicine.

Mohr, N. M., Faine, B. A. (In Press). Epinephrine in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: what is the role of the timing interval?. Amsterdam: Annals of Emergency Medicine.

Zhu, X., Merchant, K., Mohr, N. M., Wittrock, A., Bell, A. & Ward, M. (2019). Continuing Professional Education in Rural Emergency Departments Using Telemedicine.

Mohr, N. M., Zebrowski, A., Gaieski, D., Buckler, D., Land, M. & Carr, B. (2019). Urban Residence is a Risk Factor for Sepsis Mortality.

Mohr, N. M., Zebrowski, A., Gaieski, D., Buckler, D., Land, M. & Carr, B. (2019). One-Quarter of Medicare Beneficiaries who Survive Sepsis Die within 3 Months.

Vakkalanka, P., Harland, K., Wittrock, A., Schmidt, M., Mack, L., Nipe, M., Bell, A., Himadi, E., Ward, M. & Mohr, N. M. (2019). Telemedicine is Associated with Rapid Transfer and Fewer Involuntary Holds among Patients with Suicidal Ideation.

Ilko, S. A., Vakkalanka, J. P., Ahmed, A., Harland, K. K. & Mohr, N. M. (2019). Central venous access capability and critical care telemedicine decreases inter-hospital transfer among severe sepsis patients: a mixed methods design. Critical care medicine, 47(5), 659-667. PMID: 30730442.

Natafgi, N., Mohr, N. M., Wittrock, A., Bell, A. & Ward, M. M. (2019). The association between telemedicine and Emergency Department (ED) disposition: a pre-post study design of an ED-based telemedicine program in critical access hospitals. The Journal of rural health. PMID: 31013552.

Froehlich, A., Tegtmeier, R. J., Faine, B. A., Reece, J., Ahmed, A. & Mohr, N. M. (2019). Opportunities for achieving resuscitation goals during the inter-emergency department transfer of severe sepsis patients by emergency medical services: a case series. Journal of critical care, 52, 163-165. PMID: 31078996.

Stratton, L. K., Kahn, J. M., Angus, D. C., Barbash, I. J., Drake, C. D., Mohr, N. M., Seymour, C. W. & Wallace, D. J. (2019). Access to High-Performing Hospitals for Sepsis Care in New York State.

Ilko, S. A., Vakkalanka, J. P., Ahmed, A., Evans, D. A., House, H. R. & Mohr, N. M. (2019). End-tidal CO2 monitoring is available in most community hospitals in a rural state: a health system survey. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 20(2), 232-236. PMID: 30881541.

Lee, S., Mohr, N. M., Street, W. N. & Nadkami, P. (2019). Machine learning in relation to emergency medicine clinical and operational scenarios: a review. The Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 219-227. PMID: 30881539.

Friederich, A., Martin, N., Swanson, M. B., Faine, B. A. & Mohr, N. M. (2019). Normal saline solution and lactated Ringer's solution have a similar effect on quality of recovery: a randomized controlled trial. Annals of emergency medicine, 73(2), 160-169. PMID: 30146446.

Welborn, R., Mohr, N. M. (2019). Heart rate variability in the risk stratification of emergency department patients with chest pain. The American journal of emergency medicine, 37(2), 363-365. PMID: 30686329.

Mohr, N. M., Young, T., Harland, K. K., Skow, B., Wittrock, A., Bell, A. & Ward, M. M. (2019). Telemedicine is associated with faster diagnostic imaging in stroke patients: a cohort study. Telemedicine journal and e-health, 25(2), 93-100. PMID: 29958087.

Mohr, N. M. (2019). Is (ICU) graduation day all that it could be?. The Unit: The Newsletter of the ACEP Critical Care Medicine Section.

Faine, B. A., Mohr, N., Vakkalanka, P., Gao, A. S. & Liang, S. Y. (2019). Validation of a clinical decision rule to identify risk factors associated with multidrug-resistant urinary pathogens in the emergency department. The Annals of pharmacotherapy, 53(1), 56-60. PMID: 30066573.

Mohr, N. M., Dick-Perez, R., Ahmed, A., Harland, K. K., Shane, D., Miller, D., Miyake, C., Kannedy, L., Fuller, B. M. & Torner, J. C. (2018). Emergency department charges may be associated with mortality in patients with severe sepsis and septic shock: a cohort study. BMC emergency medicine, 18(1), 62. PMID: 30594140.

Mohr, N. M., McNaughton, C., Wu, C., Kaboli, P. & Ward, M. (2018). Potentially avoidable transfers of veterans with mental health conditions in the Veterans Health Administration.

Greenwood-Ericksen, M. B., Rothenberg, C., Mohr, N., Andrea, S. D., Slesinger, T., Osborn, T., Whittle, J., Goyal, P., Tarrant, N., Schuur, J. D., Yealy, D. M. & Venkatesh, A. (2018). Urban and rural emergency department performance on national quality metrics for sepsis care in the United States. The Journal of rural health. PMID: 30488590.

Natafgi, N., Mohr, N., Wittrock, A., Bell, M. & Ward, M. (2018). Impact of telemedicine on emergency department (ED) disposition: A pre-post study design of an ED-based telemedicine program in critical access hospitals.

Vakkalanka, J. P., Harland, K. K., Wittrock, A., Mack, L. J., Nipe, M., Bell, A., Himadi, E., Ward, M. M. & Mohr, N. M. (2018). Psychiatric emergency telemedicine consultation is associated with increased hospital admission among patients presenting with suicidal ideation or attempt: A propensity-matched cohort study.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N. M., Roberts, B. W., Carpenter, C. R., Kollef, M. H. & Avidan, M. S. (2018). Protocol for a multicentre, prospective cohort study of practice patterns and clinical outcomes associated with emergency department sedation for mechanically ventilated patients: the ED-SED Study. BMJ open, 8(10), e023423. PMID: 30344178.

Akhtar, M., Van Heukelom, P. G., Ahmed, A., Tranter, R. D., White, E., Shekem, N., Walz, D., Fairfield, C., Vakkalanka, J. P. & Mohr, N. M. (2018). Telemedicine physical examination utilizing a consumer device demonstrates poor concordance with in-person physical examination in emergency department patients with sore throat: a prospective blinded study. Telemedicine journal and e-health, 24(10), 790-796. PMID: 29470127.

Nelson, L. F., Harland, K. K., Shane, D. M., Ahmed, A. & Mohr, N. M. (2018). Safety of back-transfer to local hospitals during an acute care hospitalization. The Journal of rural health, 34(4), 431-438. PMID: 28921673.

Foley, T., Philpot, B., Davis, A., Harland, K., Fuller, B. & Mohr, N. (2018). Implementation of an ED mechanical ventilation protocol improves compliance with lunch protective ventilation.

Thinnes, R., Swanson, M., Harland, K. & Mohr, N. (2018). Preference for emergency medical service transport after childhood injury: An emergency department-based mixed methods study.

Mohr, N. M., Young, T., Harland, K. K., Skow, B., Wittrock, A., Bell, A. & Ward, M. M. (2018). Emergency department telemedicine shortens rural time-to-provider and emergency department transfer times. Telemedicine journal and e-health: the official journal of the American Telemedicine Association, 24(8), 582-593. PMID: 29293413.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N. M. & Kollef, M. H. (2018). Diagnosis and treatment of acute respiratory distress syndrome. (Vols. 320). (3), pp. 305-306. JAMA. PMID: 30027241.

Pomeranz, K., Mohr, N. (2018). Esophageal perforation after failed prehospital intubation. Clinical practice and cases in emergency medicine, 2(3), 255-257. PMID: 30083646.

Roberts, B. W., Mohr, N. M., Ablordeppey, E., Drewry, A. M., Ferguson, I. T., Trzeciak, S., Kollef, M. H. & Fuller, B. M. (2018). The authors reply. (Vols. 46). (7), pp. e718-e719. Critical care medicine. PMID: 29912116.

Bobb, M. R., Ahmed, A., Van Heukelom, P., Tranter, R., Harland, K. K., Firth, B. M., Fry, R., Schneider, K., Dierks, K. K., Miller, S. L. & Mohr, N. M. (2018). Key high efficiency practices of emergency department providers: a mixed methods study. Academic emergency medicine, 25(7), 795-803. PMID: 29265539.

MacKinney, A. C., Mohr, N. M. (2018). Chest Pain in a Rural Hospital.

Mohr, N. M., Young, T., Harland, K., Skow, B., Aittrocl, A., Bell, A. & Ward, M. (2018). Telemedicine is associated with faster diagnostic testing for rural ED patients.

Graves, A., Van Heukelom, J., Harland, K., Vakkalanka, P. & Mohr, N. M. (2018). Relationship between provider fatigue and pulmonary embolism evaluation in the emergency department.

Solie, C., Bobb, M., Harland, K., Fairfield, C. & Mohr, N. M. (2018). Hand grip strength is not predictive of future fall risk.

Mohr, N. M., Campbell, K., Vakkalanka, J. P., Wittrock, A., Bell, A., Skow, B., Faine, B. & Harland, K. (2018). Telemedicine improves adherence with sepsis care metrics in rural emergency departments.

Solie, C., Bobb, M., Harland, K., Fairfield, C. & Mohr, N. M. (2018). Validation of Australian fall risk tool in American emergency department.

Vakkalanka, J. P., Harland, K. K., Swanson, M. B. & Mohr, N. M. (2018). Clinical and epidemiological variability in severe sepsis: an ecological study. Journal of epidemiology and community health. PMID: 29636401.

Page, D. B., Drewry, A. M., Ablordeppey, E., Mohr, N. M., Kollef, M. H. & Fuller, B. M. (2018). Thirty-day hospital readmissions among mechanically ventilated emergency department patients. Emergency medicine journal, 35(4), 252-256. PMID: 29305381.

Solie, C. J., Mohr, N. M. & Runde, D. P. (2018). Can multidetector computed tomography rule out left atrial thrombus in patients with atrial fibrillation?. Annals of emergency medicine, 71(4), 480-1. PMID: 29033295.

Fuller, B. M., Page, D., Stephens, R. J., Roberts, B. W., Drewry, A. M., Ablordeppey, E., Mohr, N. M. & Kollef, M. H. (2018). Pulmonary Mechanics and Mortality in Mechanically Ventilated Patients Without Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: A Cohort Study. Shock, 49(3), 311-316. PMID: 28846571.

Roberts, B. W., Mohr, N. M., Ablordeppey, E., Drewry, A. M., Ferguson, I. T., Trzeciak, S., Kollef, M. H. & Fuller, B. M. (2018). Association Between Partial Pressure of Arterial Carbon Dioxide and Survival to Hospital Discharge Among Patients Diagnosed With Sepsis in the Emergency Department. Critical care medicine, 46(3), e213-20. PMID: 29261567.

Miller, D. G., Vakkalanka, P., Moubarek, M. L., Lee, S. & Mohr, N. M. (2018). Reduced Computed Tomography Use in the Emergency Department Evaluation of Headache Was Not Followed by Increased Death or Missed Diagnosis. The western journal of emergency medicine, 19(2), 319-326. PMID: 29560060.

Mohr, N. M., Vakkalanka, J. P., Harland, K. K., Bell, A., Skow, B., Shane, D. M. & Ward, M. M. (2018). Telemedicine use decreases rural emergency department length of stay for transferred North Dakota trauma patients. Telemedicine journal and e-health/American Telemedicine Association, 24(3), 194-202. PMID: 28731843.

Fuller, B. M., Page, D., Wessman, B. T., Ablordeppey, E., Mohr, N. M., Trzeciak, S., Roberts, B. W. & Kollef, M. H. (2018). Emergency department hyperoxia and increased mortality in mechanically ventilated patients.

Page, D., Ablordeppey, E., Wessman, B. T., Mohr, N. M., Trzeciak, S., Kollef, M. H., Roberts, B. W. & Fuller, B. M. (2018). Emergency department hyperoxia is associated with increased mortality in mechanically ventilated patients: a cohort study. Critical care, 22(1), 9. PMID: 29347982.

Faine, B. A., Amendola, J., Homan, J., Ahmed, A. & Mohr, N. (2018). Factors associated with availability of anticoagulation reversal agents in rural and community emergency departments. American journal of health-system pharmacy, 75(2), 72-77. PMID: 29317397.

Mohr, N. M., Stoltze, A., Ahmed, A., Kiscaden, E. & Shane, D. (2018). Using continuous quantitative capnography for emergency department procedural sedation: a systematic review and cost-effectiveness analysis. Internal and emergency medicine, 13(1), 75-85. PMID: 28032265.

Ward, M. M., Mohr, N. M. (2018). The Rural Telehealth Research Center.

Stephens, R. J., Ablordeppey, E., Drewry, A. M., Palmer, C., Wessman, B. T., Mohr, N. M., Roberts, B. W., Liang, S. Y., Kollef, M. H. & Fuller, B. M. (2017). Analgosedation practices and the impact of dedation depth on clinical outcomes among patients requiring mechanical ventilation in the ED: a cohort study. Chest, 152(5), 963-71. PMID: 28645462.

Mohr, N. M., Vakkalanka, J. P., Faine, B. A., Skow, B., Harland, K. K., Dick-Perez, R., Fuller, B. M., Ahmed, A. & Simson, S. Q. (2017). Serum anion gap predicts lactate poorly, but may be used to identify sepsis patients at risk for death: A cohort study. Journal of critical care, 44, 223-8. PMID: 29175046.

Campbell, K., Vakkalanka, P., Wittrock, A., Bell, M., Skow, B., Faine, B., Harland, K. & Mohr, N. M. (2017). Telemedicine is associated with increased inter-hospital transfer and improved antibiotic appropriateness.

Friedrich, A., Faine, B., Martin, N. & Mohr, N. M. (2017). Normal saline versus lactated Ringer's: A randomized control trial evaluating quality of recovery in emergency department patients.

Ilko, S., Ahmed, A. & Mohr, N. M. (2017). National procedural sedation guidelines demonstrate decreased penetrance in rural and smaller hospitals: a health system survey.

Ilko, S., Ahmed, A. & Mohr, N. M. (2017). Central line capability and critical care telemedicine reduce the odds of transferring a sepsis patient: A mixed methods study.

Martin, N., Faine, B., Friedrich, A. & Mohr, N. M. (2017). Normal saline versus lactated Ringer's: A randomized control trial evaluating health care utilization following discharge in emergency department patients.

Froelich, A. N., Bobb, M. R., Mohr, N. M., Harland, K. K., Romanowski, K. S., Peek-Asa, C. & Takacs, M. E. (2017). Legal consumer fireworks in Iowa corresponds with a dramatic uptick in injuries.

Campbell, K., Vakkalanka, P., Wittrock, A., Bell, M., Skow, B., Faine, B., Harland, K. & Mohr, N. M. (2017). Telemedicine is associated with improved sepsis care in rural emergency departments.

Nelson, L. F., Harland, K. K., Shane, D. M., Ahmed, A. & Mohr, N. M. (2017). Against the current: back-transfer as a mechanism for rural regionalization. The American Journal of Managed Care, 23(9), e287-e294. PMID: 29087168.

Faine, B. A., Mohr, N., Dietrich, J., Meadow, L., Harland, K. K. & Chrischilles, E. (2017). Antimicrobial therapy for pneumonia in the emergency department: the impact of clinical pharmacists on appropriateness. The Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 18(5), 856-63. PMID: 28874937.

Dick-Perez, R., Mohr, N. M. (2017). Know How to Diagnose and Treat Pulmonary Embolism. In , A. S. Chanmugam , S. P. Swadron , D. Woolridge (Eds.) Avoiding Common Errors in the Emergency Department. (2nd), pp. 545-547. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N. M., Drewry, A. M., Ferguson, I. T., Trzeciak, S., Kollef, M. H. & Roberts, B. W. (2017). Partial pressure of arterial carbon dioxide and survival to hospital discharge among patients requiring acute mechanical ventilation: A cohort study. Journal of critical care, 41, 29-35. PMID: 28472700.

Fuller, B. M., Ferguson, I. T., Mohr, N. M., Drewry, A. M., Palmer, C., Wessman, B. T., Ablordeppey, E., Keeperman, J., Stephens, R. J., Briscoe, C. C., Kolomiets, A. A., Hotchkiss, R. S. & Kollef, M. H. (2017). A quasi-experimental, before-after trial examining the impact of an emergency department mechanical ventilator protocol on clinical outcomes and lung-protective ventilation in acute respiratory distress syndrome. Critical care medicine, 45(4), 645-652. PMID: 28157140.

Van Oeveren, L., Donner, J., Fantegrossi, A., Mohr, N. M. & Brown, 3rd, C. A. (2017). Telemedicine-Assisted Intubation in Rural Emergency Departments: A National Emergency Airway Registry Study. Telemedicine journal and e-health : the official journal of the American Telemedicine Association, 23(4), 290-7. PMID: 27673565.

Dietrich, J. N., Faine, B. A. & Mohr, N. M. (2017). Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus colonization does not accurately predict resistant Enterococcus infections. Journal of critical care, 38, 236. PMID: 27988467.

Fuller, B. M., Ferguson, I. T., Mohr, N. M., Drewry, A. M., Palmer, C., Wessman, B. T., Ablordeppey, E., Keeperman, J., Stephens, R. J., Briscoe, C. C., Kolomiets, A. A., Hotchkiss, R. S. & Kollef, M. H. (2017). Lung-Protective Ventilation Initiated in the Emergency Department (LOV-ED): A Quasi-Experimental, Before-After Trial. Annals of emergency medicine. PMID: 28259481.

Mohr, N. M., Harland, K. K., Chrischilles, E. A., Bell, A., Shane, D. M. & Ward, M. M. (2017). Emergency Department Telemedicine Is Used for More Severely Injured Rural Trauma Patients, but Does Not Decrease Transfer: A Cohort Study. Academic emergency medicine/Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 24(2), 177-85. PMID: 28187248.

Mohr, N. M., Harland, K. K., Shane, D. M., Ahmed, A., Fuller, B. M., Ward, M. M. & Torner, J. C. (2017). Rural Patients With Severe Sepsis or Septic Shock Who Bypass Rural Hospitals Have Increased Mortality: An Instrumental Variables Approach. Critical care medicine, 45(1), 85-93. PMID: 27611977.

Mohr, N. M., Harland, K. K., Shane, D. M., Ahmed, A., Fuller, B. M. & Torner, J. C. (2016). Inter-hospital transfer is associated with increased mortality and costs in severe sepsis and septic shock: An instrumental variables approach. Journal of critical care, 36, 187-194. PMID: 27546770.

Kolinsky, D., Mohr, N. M. & Fuller, B. M. (2016). Good Care Starts Early: Pre-Hospital Lung Protective Ventilation.

Mohr, N. M., Harland, K. K., Shane, D. M., Miller, S. L. & Torner, J. C. (2016). Potentially Avoidable Pediatric Interfacility Transfer Is a Costly Burden for Rural Families: A Cohort Study. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 23(8), 885-894. PMID: 27018337.

Bobb, M. R., Van Heukelom, P. G., Faine, B. A., Ahmed, A., Messerly, J. T., Bell, G., Harland, K. K., Simon, C. & Mohr, N. M. (2016). Telemedicine Provides Noninferior Research Informed Consent for Remote Study Enrollment: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Academic emergency medicine, 23(7), 759-65. PMID: 26990899.

Fuller, B. M., Ferguson, I., Mohr, N. M., Stephens, R. J., Briscoe, C. C., Kolomiets, A. A., Hotchkiss, R. S. & Kollef, M. H. (2016). Lung-protective ventilation initiated in the emergency department (LOV-ED): a study protocol for a quasi-experimental, before-after trial aimed at reducing pulmonary complications. BMJ open, 6(4), e010991. PMID: 27067896.

Mohr, N. M., Harland, K. K., Crabb, V., Mutnick, R., Baumgartner, D., Spinosi, S., Haarstad, M., Ahmed, A., Schweizer, M. & Faine, B. (2016). Urinary Squamous Epithelial Cells Do Not Accurately Predict Urine Culture Contamination, but May Predict Urinalysis Performance in Predicting Bacteriuria. Academic emergency medicine, 23(3), 323-30. PMID: 26782662.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N. M. (2016). Treatment of Critical Respiratory Illness in the Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit. In W. B. Gibler , J. M. Racadio , A. L. Hirsch (Eds.) Critical Care: Caring for Critically Ill and Injured Patients in the Emergency Department. pp. 1-6. Cincinnati, OH: EMCREG-International Monograph.

Wong, T., Schlichting, A. B., Stoltze, A. J., Fuller, B. M., Peacock, A., Harland, K. K., Ahmed, A. & Mohr, N. (2016). No Decrease in Early Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia After Early Use of Chlorhexidine. American Journal of Critical Care, 25(2), 173-7. PMID: 26932921.

Bellani, G., Laffey, J. G., Pham, T., Fan, E., Brochard, L., Esteban, A., Gattinoni, L., van Haren, F., Larsson, A., McAuley, D. F., Ranieri, M., Rubenfeld, G., Thompson, B. T., Wrigge, H., Slutsky, A. S., Pesenti, A. (2016). Epidemiology, Patterns of Care, and Mortality for Patients With Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Intensive Care Units in 50 Countries. JAMA, 515(8), 788-800. PMID: 26903337.

Mohr, N. M., Wong, T. S., Faine, B., Schlichting, A., Noack, J. & Ahmed, A. (2016). Discordance Between Patient and Clinician Experiences and Priorities in Rural Interhospital Transfer: A Mixed Methods Study. The Journal of rural health : official journal of the American Rural Health Association and the National Rural Health Care Association, 32(1), 25-34. PMID: 26174410.

Faine, B. A., Noack, J. M., Wong, T., Messerly, J. T., Ahmed, A., Fuller, B. M. & Mohr, N. M. (2015). Interhospital Transfer Delays Appropriate Treatment for Patients With Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock: A Retrospective Cohort Study. Critical care medicine, 43(12), 2589-96. PMID: 26491865.

Dettmer, M. R., Mohr, N. M. & Fuller, B. M. (2015). Sepsis-associated pulmonary complications in emergency department patients monitored with serial lactate: An observational cohort study. Journal of critical care, 30(6), 1163-8. PMID: 26362864.

Feazel, L., Schlichting, A. B., Bell, G. R., Shane, D. M., Ahmed, A., Faine, B., Nugent, A. & Mohr, N. M. (2015). Achieving regionalization through rural interhospital transfer. The American journal of emergency medicine, 33(9), 1288-96. PMID: 26087707.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N. M., Miller, C. N., Deitchman, A. R., Levine, B. J., Castagno, N., Hassebroek, E. C., Dhedhi, A., Scott-Wittenborn, N., Grace, E., Lehew, C. & Kollef, M. H. (2015). Mechanical Ventilation and ARDS in the ED: A Multicenter, Observational, Prospective, Cross-sectional Study. Chest, 148(2), 365-374. PMID: 25742126.

Mohr, N. M., Pelaez Gil, C. A., Harland, K. K., Faine, B., Stoltze, A., Pearson, K. & Ahmed, A. (2015). Prehospital oral chlorhexidine does not reduce the rate of ventilator-associated pneumonia among critically ill trauma patients: A prospective concurrent-control study. Journal of critical care, 30(4), 787-92. PMID: 25964208.

Stoltze, A. J., Wong, T. S., Harland, K. K., Ahmed, A., Fuller, B. M. & Mohr, N. M. (2015). Prehospital tidal volume influences hospital tidal volume: A cohort study. Journal of critical care, 30(3), 495-501. PMID: 25813548.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N. M., Skrupky, L., Fowler, S., Kollef, M. H. & Carpenter, C. R. (2015). The use of inhaled prostaglandins in patients with ARDS: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Chest, 147(6), 1510-1522. PMID: 25742022.

Faine, B. A., Harland, K. K., Porter, B., Liang, S. Y. & Mohr, N. (2015). A clinical decision rule identifies risk factors associated with antimicrobial-resistant urinary pathogens in the emergency department: a retrospective validation study. Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 49(6), 649-55. PMID: 25795004.

Stoltze, A. J., Harland, K. K., VanHeukelom, J. N., Hogrefe, C. P., Ahmed, A. & Mohr, N. M. (2015). A dedicated EBM curriculum integrated into journal club increases and sustains EBM competency: an innovation in EBM curriculum.

Mohr, N. M., Stoltze, A. J., Harland, K. K., Van Heukelom, J. N., Hogrefe, C. P. & Ahmed, A. (2015). An evidence-based medicine curriculum implemented in journal club improves resident performance on the Fresno test. The Journal of emergency medicine, 48(2), 222-229.e1. PMID: 25440869.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N. M., Graetz, T. J., Lynch, I. P., Dettmer, M., Cullison, K., Coney, T., Gogineni, S. & Gregory, R. (2015). The impact of cardiac dysfunction on acute respiratory distress syndrome and mortality in mechanically ventilated patients with severe sepsis and septic shock: an observational study. Journal of critical care, 30(1), 65-70. PMID: 25179413.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N. M. (2014). Limiting acute respiratory distress syndrome in the emergency department: a survey of US academic emergency medicine physicians. European journal of emergency medicine : official journal of the European Society for Emergency Medicine, 21(5), 387-8. PMID: 25159175.

Mohr, N. M., Harland, K. K., Skeete, D., Pearson, K. & Choi, K. (2014). Duration of prehospital intubation is not a risk factor for development of early ventilator-associated pneumonia. Journal of critical care, 29(4), 539-44. PMID: 24793661.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N. M., Hotchkiss, R. S. & Kollef, M. H. (2014). Reducing the burden of acute respiratory distress syndrome: the case for early intervention and the potential role of the emergency department. Shock, 41(5), 378-87. PMID: 24469236.

Mohr, N. M., Stilley, J. D. & Walsh, A. (2014). Chapter 26: A new EM resident joins the ICU team. In D. L. Klamen , T. R. Clark & C. M. McDowell (Eds.) Resident Readiness: Emergency Medicine. (1), pp. 243-248. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Stilley, J. D., Mohr, N. M. (2014). Chapter 27: A 35-year-old Male on a Ventilator Develops Hypoxia. In D. L. Klamen , T. R. Clark , C. M. McDowell (Eds.) Resident Readiness: Emergency Medicine. (1), pp. 249-252. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Mohr, N. M. (2014). Chapter 28: A 60-year-old Male With Fever and Hypotension. In D. L. Klamen , C. M. McDowell , T. R. Clark (Eds.) Resident Readiness: Emergency Medicine. (1), pp. 253-262. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Walsh, A., Mohr, N. M. (2014). Chapter 29: A 40-year-old Female With Headache. In D. L. Klamen , C. M. McDowell , T. R. Clark (Eds.) Resident Readiness: Emergency Medicine. (1), pp. 263-268. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Stilley, J. D., Mohr, N. M. (2014). Chapter 30: A 65-year-old Male With Hematemesis. In D. L. Klamen , C. M. McDowell , T. R. Clark (Eds.) Resident Readiness: Emergency Medicine. (1), pp. 269-274. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Stilley, J. D., Mohr, N. M. (2014). Chapter 31: A 45-year-old Male With Abdominal Pain, Vomiting, and Altered Mental Status. In D. L. Klamen , C. M. McDowell , T. R. Clark (Eds.) Resident Readiness: Emergency Medicine. (1), pp. 275-280. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Mohr, N. M. (2014). Chapter 32: A 76-year-old Male With Dyspnea. In D. L. Klamen , C. M. McDowell , T. R. Clark (Eds.) Resident Readiness: Emergency Medicine. (1), pp. 281-286. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Walsh, A., Mohr, N. M. (2014). Chapter 33: A 70-year-old Male With Altered Mental Status. In D. L. Klamen , C. M. McDowell , T. R. Clark (Eds.) Resident Readiness: Emergency Medicine. (1), pp. 287-292. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Stilley, J. D., Mohr, N. M. (2014). Chapter 34: An 84-year-old Female With Cough and Fever. In D. L. Klamen , C. M. McDowell , T. R. Clark (Eds.) Resident Readiness: Emergency Medicine. (1), pp. 293-298. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Mohr, N. M. (2014). Chapter 35: A 32-year-old Male With Multi-system Trauma. In D. L. Klamen , C. M. McDowell , T. R. Clark (Eds.) Resident Readiness: Emergency Medicine. (1st), pp. 299-306. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Mohr, N. M. (2014). Chapter 36: A 77-year-old Male Status Post Coronary Artery Bypass Graft. In D. L. Klamen , C. M. McDowell , T. R. Clark (Eds.) Resident Readiness: Emergency Medicine. (1), pp. 307-316. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Mohr, N. M., Collier, J., Hassebroek, E. & Groth, H. (2014). Characterizing critical care physician staffing in rural America: a description of Iowa intensive care unit staffing. Journal of critical care, 29(2), 194-8. PMID: 24289882.

Mohr, N. M., Doerschug, K. C. (2014). In Reply: Fever Control and Sepsis Mortality. (Vols. 145). (3), pp. 667. Chest. PMID: 27845648.

Mohr, N. M., Doerschug, K. C. (2014). Response. (Vols. 145). (3), pp. 667. Chest. PMID: 24590041.

Mohr, N. M., Moreno-Walton, L., Smith-Coggins, R., Mills, A. M., Larrabee, H., Brunett, P. H., Dyne, P. L., Clem, K. J. & Promes, S. B. (2013). Generational Differences in Emergency Medicine. In R. W. Strauss , T. A. Mayer (Eds.) Strauss and Mayer's Emergency Department Management. (1st), pp. 717-723. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Mohr, N. M., Doerschug, K. C. (2013). Point: Should antipyretic therapy be given routinely to febrile patients in septic shock? Yes. Chest, 144(4), 1096-1098. PMID: 24081339.

Mohr, N. M., Doerschug, K. C. (2013). Rebuttal from Drs Mohr and Doerschug. (Vols. 144). (4), pp. 1101-1102. Chest. PMID: 29852548.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N. M., Dettmer, M., Kennedy, S., Cullison, K., Bavolek, R., Rathert, N. & McCammon, C. (2013). Mechanical ventilation and acute lung injury in emergency department patients with severe sepsis and septic shock: an observational study. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 20(7), 659-69. PMID: 23859579.

Okeke, C. C., Hunt, D. G., Mohr, N. M., Medwick, T., Sheinin, E. B. & Williams, R. L. (2013). Packaging Systems: Compendial Requirements. In Taylor , Francis (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology. (4th), pp. 2409-30. New York: CRC Press.

Mohr, N. M., Wessman, B. (2013). Continuous capnography should be used for every emergency department procedural sedation. Annals of emergency medicine, 61(6), 697-8. PMID: 23684325.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N., Skrupky, L., Mueller, K. & McCammon, C. (2013). Emergency Department Vancomycin Use: Dosing Practices and Associated Outcomes. Journal of Emergency Medicine, 44(5), 910-918. PMID: 23260465.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N. M. & Carpenter, C. R. (2013). Protective ventilation for patients without acute respiratory distress syndrome. (Vols. 309). (7), pp. 654-5. JAMA. PMID: 23423402.

Fuller, B. M., Mohr, N. M., Drewry, A. M. & Carpenter, C. R. (2013). Lower tidal volume at initiation of mechanical ventilation may reduce progression to acute respiratory distress syndrome: a systematic review. Critical care, 17(1), R11. PMID: 23331507.

Mohr, N. M., Faine, B. (2012). Increased mortality with early therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest - a case study in allocation bias. (Vols. 83). (12), pp. e221; author reply e223. Resuscitation. PMID: 22940597.

Mohr, N., Skrupky, L., Fuller, B., Moy, H., Alunday, R., Wallendorf, M., Micek, S. & Fagley, R. (2012). Early antipyretic exposure does not increase mortality in patients with gram negative severe sepsis. Intern Emerg Med, 7(5), 463-70. PMID: 22926744.

Mohr, N. M., Fuller, B. M. (2012). Low tidal volume ventilation should be the routine ventilation strategy of choice for all emergency department patients. Annals of emergency medicine, 60(2), 215-6. PMID: 22818369.

Mohr, N. M., Sherman, D. P. & Brody, S. L. (2011). Toxicology. In M. Kollef , W. Isakow (Eds.) The Washington Manual of Critical Care. (2nd), pp. 273-293. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Mohr, N. M., Fuller, B. M., Skrupky, L. P., Moy, H., Alunday, R., Micek, S. T. & Fagley, R. E. (2011). Clinical and demographic factors associated with antipyretic use in gram-negative severe sepsis and septic shock. The Annals of pharmacotherapy, 45(10), 1207-1216. PMID: 21934034.

Mohr, N. M., Hotchkiss, R. S., Micek, S. T., Durrani, S. & Fuller, B. M. (2011). Change in temperature profile may precede fever and be an early indicator of sepsis: a case report. Shock, 36(3), 318-20; discussion 320-1. PMID: 21844790.

Mohr, N. M., Smith-Coggins, R., Larrabee, H., Dyne, P. L. & Promes, S. B. (2011). Generational influences in academic emergency medicine: structure, function, and culture (Part II). Academic emergency medicine, 18(2), 200-207. PMID: 21314780.

Mohr, N. M., Moreno-Walton, L., Mills, A. M., Brunett, P. H. & Promes, S. B. (2011). Generational influences in academic emergency medicine: teaching and learning, mentoring, and technology (Part I). Academic emergency medicine, 18(2), 190-199. PMID: 21314779.

Mohr, N. (2009). Hypoxia Probably Doesn't Tell the Whole Story: Ventilatory Drive and Acclimatization to High Altitude. (Vols. 10). (1), pp. 5-6. ACEP Critical Care Medicine.

Mohr, N. M., Shackelford, L. C. (2009). Static Loading as a Model for Lunar Cervical Spine Injury. (Vols. 80). (3), pp. 258. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine.

Mohr, N. (2008). SAEM Update: The Role of CPR in Cardiac Resuscitation. (Vols. 9). (3), pp. 6-8. ACEP Critical Care Medicine.

Okeke, C. C., Hunt, D. G., Mohr, N. M., Medwick, T., Sheinin, E. B. & Williams, R. L. (2006). Packaging Systems: Compendial Requirements. In Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology. (3rd), pp. 2526-2550. New York: CRC Press.

Okeke, C. C., Mohr, N. M., Medwick, T., Sheinin, E. B. & Williams, R. L. (2004). Packaging Systems: Compendial Requirements. In J. Swarbrick , J. C. Boylan (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology. (2nd) Marcel Dekker.