Brian Chinnock, MD

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    Brian Chinnock, MD, RDMS
    Director, Ultrasound Area of Concentration
    Associate Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, UCSF

    Brian Chinnock, M.D., is board certified in Emergency Medicine.

    He earned his medical degree at University of Arizona, Tucson. His residency in Emergency Medicine was completed at University of California, San Francisco, Fresno where he earned the position of Chief Resident.

    Brian Chinnock M.D. has won many teaching awards including Top Resident Teacher and Top Medical Student Teacher at UCSF Fresno Department of Emergency Medicine and Outstanding Faculty Award at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. He has also won the Faculty Research Award.

    Besides ultrasound education, his primary field of research is in the emergency department care of the end-stage liver disease patient in the assessment for spontaneous bacterial peritonitis, with numerous publications on this topic.

    He is also the Chess Club coach at Dry Creek Elementary School.

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    1. Chinnock B, Mullan PC, Zinns LE, Rose S, Brown F, Kessler D, Grock A, Mason J. Debriefing: An Expert Panel's How-to Guide. Ann Emerg Med. 2017 09; 70(3):320-322.e1. PMID: 28844258.
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    2. Chinnock B, Hendey GW. Irrigation of Cutaneous Abscesses Does Not Improve Treatment Success. Ann Emerg Med. 2016 Mar; 67(3):379-83. PMID: 26416494.
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    3. Chinnock B, Hendey GW, Minnigan H, Butler J, Afarian H. Clinical impression and ascites appearance do not rule out bacterial peritonitis. J Emerg Med. 2013 May; 44(5):903-9. PMID: 23473819.
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    4. Chinnock B, Khaletskiy A, Kuo K, Hendey GW. Ultrasound-guided reduction of distal radius fractures. J Emerg Med. 2011 Mar; 40(3):308-12. PMID: 19959315.
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    5. Platts-Mills TF, Campagne D, Chinnock B, Snowden B, Glickman LT, Hendey GW. A comparison of GlideScope video laryngoscopy versus direct laryngoscopy intubation in the emergency department. Acad Emerg Med. 2009 Sep; 16(9):866-71. PMID: 19664096.
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    6. Chinnock B, Fox C, Hendey GW. Gram's stain of peritoneal fluid is rarely helpful in the evaluation of the ascites patient. Ann Emerg Med. 2009 Jul; 54(1):78-82. PMID: 19201060.
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    7. Chinnock B, Gomez R, Hendey GW. Peritoneal fluid cultures rarely alter management in patients with ascites. J Emerg Med. 2011 Jan; 40(1):21-4. PMID: 18814999.
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    8. Chinnock B, Afarian H, Minnigan H, Butler J, Hendey GW. Physician clinical impression does not rule out spontaneous bacterial peritonitis in patients undergoing emergency department paracentesis. Ann Emerg Med. 2008 Sep; 52(3):268-73. PMID: 18433932.
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    9. Chinnock B, Hendey GW. Can clear ascitic fluid appearance rule out spontaneous bacterial peritonitis? Am J Emerg Med. 2007 Oct; 25(8):934-7. PMID: 17920980.
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    10. Chinnock B, Thornton S, Hendey GW. Predictors of success in nurse-performed ultrasound-guided cannulation. J Emerg Med. 2007 Nov; 33(4):401-5. PMID: 17976752.
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    11. Chinnock BF. Chylothorax: case report and review of the literature. J Emerg Med. 2003 Apr; 24(3):259-62. PMID: 12676293.
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    12. Chan L, Chinnock B. Clinicopathological conference: multisystem failure in a child. Acad Emerg Med. 2000 Feb; 7(2):169-73. PMID: 10691076.
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