Bio

A critical care nurse by training, Mary G. Carey joined the UR School of Nursing faculty in 2013. Inducted as a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing in 2014, Carey's scholarly contributions have informed the understanding of electrocardiographic (ECG) monitoring to help better detect disease conditions such as cardiac arrhythmias and myocardial ischemia and infarction, and on the ECG's use in predicting cardiac events and sudden cardiac death.

Recently, she has led a research team applying cardiac monitors to on-duty firefighters in the Rochester, NY, community to evaluate whether a more pro-sleep environment will lower their average heart rate and cardiac risk, and completed her second term as secretary of the International Society for Computerized ECGs.

Carey's extensive doctoral training with her mentor, Barbara J. Drew, RN, PhD, FAAN, a pioneer in electrocardiography, not only shaped her career as a scientist, but also enhanced her ability to mentor doctoral students.

Prior to joining the UR School of Nursing, Carey founded the Cardiovascular Research Lab at the University at Buffalo (UB). She holds a bachelor's degree of nursing from UB, and earned her master's and PhD nursing degrees from the University of California, San Francisco.

Areas of Expertise

  • Level of Care : Acute Care
  • Level of Care : Chronic Illness / Disability
  • Level of Care : Prevention
  • Populations : Adults
  • Theoretical Interests : Bio-Psycho-Social
  • Theoretical Interests : Biological - Sleep
  • Theoretical Interests : Psychopathology

Professional Experience
Associate Director, Strong Memorial Hospital (Nursing Research Center), Rochester, NY, US. 2012 - Current

Associate Professor, University of Buffalo School of Nursing (Nursing), Buffalo, NY, US. 2009 - 2012

Assistant Professor, University at Buffalo School of Nursing (Nursing), Buffalo, NY, US. 2003 - 2009

Clinical Nurse, Erie County Medical Center (Trauma ICU), Buffalo, NY, US. 2003 - 2007

Clinical Assistant Faculty, San Francisco State School of Nursing (Nursing), San Francisco, CA, US. 1999 - 2002

Critical Care Educator, Nursing Department, University of California (Nursing), San Francisco, CA, US. 1999 - 2001

Research Assistant, University of California (IMMEDIATE Study (RO1)), San Francisco, CA, US. 1999 - 2001

Project Director, University of California (STAT Study (RO1)), San Francisco, CA, US. 1993 - 1999

Clinical Nurse, Erie County Medical Center (Trauma ICU), Buffalo, NY, US. 1989 - 1991

Nurse Internship, Strong Memorial Hospital (Neurosurgical Unit), Rochester, NY, US. 1988 - 1989

Nursing Assistant, University at Buffalo (Student Health), Buffalo, NY, US. 1986 - 1988

Nursing Assistant, Hill Haven Nursing Home (Nursing), Rochester, NY, US. 1986 - 1988

Awards
Nurse of the Year
March of Dimes, 2012

Teaching Apple of Excellence
SUNY at Buffalo, 2012

Nurse of Distinction
Professional Nurses Association of Western NY, 2012

Discretionary Salary Increase
United University Professions, 2011

Teaching Apple of Excellence
SUNY at Buffalo, 2011

Excellence Through Teamwork
Buffalo Fire Department, 2010

Discretionary Salary Increase
United University Professions, 2010

Teaching Apple of Excellence
SUNY at Buffalo, 2010

Individual Development Award
United University Professions, 2010

Individual Development Award
United University Professions, 2009

Scholarly Writing Retreat Participant
National League for Nursing, 2009

Dean's Excellence in Research Award
SUNY at Buffalo, 2008

Individual Development Award
United University Professions, 2008

Discretionary Salary Increase
United University Professions, 2008

Dean's First Annual Mentorship Award
SUNY at Buffalo, 2008

Discretionary Salary Increase
United University Professions, 2007

Individual Development Award
United University Professions, 2007

Individual Development Award
United University Professions, 2006

Discretionary Salary Increase
United University Professions, 2006

Graduate Faculty Member
SUNY at Buffalo, 2005

Individual Development Award
United University Professions, 2005

Discretionary Salary Increase
United University Professions, 2005

Council Cardiovascular Nursing Fellowship
American Heart Association, 2003

Jos Willems Young Investigator Competition finalist
International Society for Computerized Electrocardiography, 2002

Outstanding Staff Performance Award
University of California, 2000

Outstanding Staff Performance Award
University of California, 1997

Outstanding Staff Performance Award
University of California, 1996

Outstanding Staff Performance Award
University of California, 1995

Outstanding Staff Performance Award
University of California, 1994

Professional Nurse Traineeship
University of California, 1992

Dean's List
SUNY at Buffalo, 1988

Presentations
Inter-rater Agreement in the Identification of Pathological Q Waves and QRS Complexes on the Electrocardiogram
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology
Riverside, California

Hospital Wide Infant Safe Sleep Initiative
Annual Conference, New York State Perinatal Association 28th, 2014
Albany, New York

Implementing American Academy of Pediatrics Safe to Sleep Recommendations for Infants.
Conferenc, Pediatric Nursing, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, 2014
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Novel Technical Solutions for ECG Transmission: Clinical Perspectives
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, 2013
San Jose, California

Cardiac Health & Wellness
Erie County Division of Fire Safety, 2013
Buffalo, New York

ECG Predictors of Mortality among Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator Candidates for the Primary Prevention of Sudden Cardiac Death
American College of Cardiology, 2013
San Francisco, California

A Brief Video Intervention to Promote Understanding of the Neurobiological base of Hazardous Alcohol Use and Treatments
Research Society on Alcoholism, 2013
Orlando, Florida

The Prognostic Value of Positive T waves in Lead a VR: A Simple Risk Marker of Sudden and Non-Sudden Cardiac Death in Patients with Ischemic Cardiomyopathy and Poor Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction
American Heart Association Conference, 2013
Dallas, Texas

Perspectives on Translational Teamwork. A Panel Discussion Core Curriculum/Seminar Series for the Buffalo Translational Consortium (CTSA)
Roswell Park Cancer Institute, 2012
Buffalo, New York

12 Lead Overview: Arrhythmia & Ischemia Detection for Critical Care Nurses
University of Rochester Medical Center, 2012
Rochester, New York

Moving the Bar: Designing an RO1 Grant Based on the SAFFE Results (R21)
University at Buffalo, SUNY, School of Nursing, 2012
Buffalo, New York

Improving the Diagnostic and Predictive Value of the Electrocardiogram: A Program of Research
University of Rochester, School of Nursing, 2012
Rochester, New York

Grant Writing and the Review Process
Faculty Brown Bag, 2011
Buffalo, New York

Preparing your Dossier: A Perspective from Advancement, Placement and Promotion
School of Nursing, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 2011
Buffalo, New York

Results from SAFFE & SAFFE Study
School of Nursing, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 2011
Buffalo, New York

Challenging Arrhythmias: A Case-Based Approach
American Heart Association, 2011
Orlando, Florida

Characteristics of the Standard 12-lead ECG in Professional Firefighters
Computers in Cardiology, 2010
Belfast, Ireland

Rewards and Challenges of a Mentor-Mentee Relationship
American Heart Association, 2010
Chicago, Illinois

Designing a Mental Stress Protocol to Induce Myocardial Ischemia
School of Medicine, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 2010
Buffalo, New York

Quantification of physiologic regulation of ventricular repolarization
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, 2010
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Tackling Challenging Arrhythmias using Evidence Based Knowledge
American Heart Association, 2010
Chicago, Illinois

Sleep Quality and Sleep Patterns of On-Duty Professional Firefighters
SLEEP 2010 24th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, 2010
San Antonio, Texas

Reducing metabolic syndrome among professional firefighters with a low-glycemic nutritional fitness program
The Council of the Advancement of Nursing, 2010
Washington, District Of Columbia

Sudden Cardiac Death: Noninvasive Risk-Stratification Techniques for Identifying Patients at Risk
School of Medicine, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 2009
Buffalo, New York

Computer versus Manual Calculations of the Spatial QRS-T Angle
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, 2009
Palm City, Florida

Sudden Cardiac Death: Noninvasive Risk-Stratification Techniques for Identifying Patients at Risk
American Heart Association, Scientific Session, 2009
Orlando, Florida

Feasibility of obtaining high resolution 12-lead electrocardiograms of on-duty professional firefighters
The Council of the Advancement of Nursing, 2008
Washington, District Of Columbia

Assessment of Habitual Dietary Intake of Firefighters: A Pilot Study
School of Public Health, Youngstown State University, 2008
Youngstown, Ohio

Designing a Pilot Study for Monitoring ECGs on Firefighters while on duty
School of Nursing, University at Buffalo, 2007
Buffalo, New York

Reducing Metabolic Syndrome among Professional Firefighters with a Low-Glycemic Nutritional Fitness Program
School of Nursing, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 2007
Buffalo, New York

The presence of Q waves, QRS fragmentation or QRS duration does not correlate with scar volume in patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy
American Heart Association, Scientific Session, 2007
Orlando, Florida

Feasibility of Obtaining High Quality ECGs and Oxygen Consumption of Firefighters
School of Nursing, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 2007
Buffalo, New York

Validation and User Manual Creation for Super ECG Program
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, 2007
Cancun, Mexico

Translational Research: Analyzing Swine ECGs
School of Nursing, 2006
Buffalo, New York

Characteristics of the 12-Lead Holter ECG in Patients with LV Failure
American Heart Association Scientific Session, 2006
Chicago, Illinois

Association of Sustained Ventricular Arrhythmias with Transient Myocardial Ischemia in Patients Hospitalized with Acute Coronary Syndrome
The International Society for Computerized ECG, 2005
Kauai, Hawaii

Is Total Ischemic Burden Predictive of Sudden Cardiac Death?
School of Medicine, University at Buffalo, 2005
Buffalo, New York

Electrocardiographic Risk Stratification of Sudden Cardiac Death
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, 2005
Kauai, Hawaii

Identifying Electrocardiographic (ECG) Markers of Sudden Cardiac Death
16th International Nursing Research Congress, 2005
Kauai, Hawaii

Do Automatic External Defibrillators Really Save Lives?
World Lecture Series, University at Buffalo, 2004
Buffalo, New York

How to Optimize ECG Monitoring of Patients in Hospital Settings
American Heart Association Scientific Session, 2004
New Orleans, Louisiana

Launching a Cardiovascular Lab
School of Nursing, University at Buffalo, 2004
Buffalo, New York

Heart Healthy Month
Universal School, 2004
Getzville, New York

Detection of Ischemia using ST and T-wave Vector Magnitude and Angle Characteristics that Reject Body Positional Change Effects
The International Society for Computerized ECG, 2003
Salt Lake City, Utah

Methods to Distinguish Positional form Ischemic ECG Changes using Vector Changes in Magnitude and Angle over Segments of the QRS, ST and the T Wave
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, 2002
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Efficacy of Two Strategies to Detect Body Position ST Segment Change during Continuous 12-lead Electrocardiographic Monitoring
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, 2002
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Comparison of a 12-lead ECG Constructed from Frontal and Chest Leads with the Standard ECG for Diagnosing Arrhythmias & Ischemia
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, 2002
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Evaluation of a Website Electrocardiogram Training Program
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, 2001
Amelia Island, Florida

A Novel Approach to Identify False Positives due to Body Position Changes during ST Segment Monitoring
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, 2001
Amelia Island, Florida

ST Segment Monitoring
1st Annual Adv Practice Critical Care Symposium Hospital Consortium Ed Network, 2001
San Francisco, California

Small Group ECG Session. Update in Electrocardiography
University of California, San Francisco, Dept of Medicine, 2001
San Francisco, California

Helpful Hints: Distinguishing between non-cardiac from cardiac chest pain
Annual Medical Surgical Conference, 2001
San Francisco, California

Is there more information about acute ischemia in the BSPM estimated from standard leads than in the standard 12-lead ECG alone?
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology, 2001
Yosemite Nat'l Park, California

Evaluating the effectiveness of an educational strategy in ECG interpretation
American Association of Critical Care National Teaching Institute, 2001
Anaheim, California

Frequency Characteristics, and Clinical Significance of Transient ST Elevation in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndromes
American Heart Association Scientific Session, 2000
Chicago, Illinois

Detection of Silent Ischemia with ST Segment Monitoring in the Coronary Care Unit
Annual Graduate Student Association Career & Research Day, 1998
San Francisco, California

Frequency of silent ischemia in the coronary care unit: Are there gender differences?
American Heart Association Scientific Session, 1997
Orlando, Florida

Body Position Effects on the Electrocardiogram: Implications for Ischemia Monitoring
The International Society for Computerized Electrocardiography, 1996
Chandler, Arizona

ST segment shifts due to body position changes are infrequent in patients with heart disease
American Association of Critical Care National Teaching Institute, 1996
Orlando, Florida

Peak time of occurrence of myocardial ischemia in the coronary care unit
American Association of Critical Care National Teaching Institute, 1996
Orlando, Florida

Accurate cardiac monitoring: strategy for improving clinical practice
American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, 1994
Atlanta, Georgia

Publications
Yang, Y. C., & Carey, M. (2018). A narrative review of the definition of abnormal heart rate recovery. Nursing Research, 67 (2).

Carey MG, Baldzizhar AN, Miterko CR, Qualls BW, Vincent RL, Merrick R, Dean GE (2018). A Quiet Firehouse: Reducing Environmental Stimuli Among Professional On-Duty Firefighters. J Occup Environ Med, 60 (2), 186-190. PMID: 29049092 DOI: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000001199

Al-Zaiti SS, Kozik TM, Pelter MM, Carey MG (2018). The Value of Lead aVR: A Frequently Neglected Lead. Am J Crit Care, 27 (3), 249-250. PMID: 29716913 DOI: 10.4037/ajcc2018523

Carey MG, Al-Zaiti SS, Kozik TM, Pelter MM (2018). Managing Older Persons with Multiple ECG Features. Am J Crit Care, 27 (2), 161-162. PMID: 29496775 DOI: 10.4037/ajcc2018134

Kozik, TM., Al-Zaiti, SS., Carey, MG., Pelter, MM. (2018). Prognostic ECG Changes in A Preoperative Assessment. Am J Crit Care, 27 (1), 77-78. PMID: 29292280 DOI: 10.4037/ajcc2018405

Pelter MM, Kozik TM, Al-Zaiti SS, Carey MG (2017). Undetectable P Waves. Am J Crit Care, 26 (6), 509-510.

Al-Zaiti SS, Kozik TM, Pelter MM, Carey MG (2017). Global ST-T Wave Changes: Ischemic vs Nonischemic. Am J Crit Care, 26 (5), 425-426.

Carey, MG; Al-Zaiti, SS; Kozik, TM; Pelter, MM (2017). Sources of QRS Couplets. Am J Crit Care, 26 (4), 349-350.

Kozik TM, Al-Zaiti SS, Carey MG, Pelter MM (2017). Predictive Pattern for Acute Myocardial Infarction. Am J Crit Care, 26 (3), 257-258. PMID: 28461549 DOI: 10.4037/ajcc2017631

Pelter MM, Kozik TM, Al-Zaiti SS, Carey G. (2017). Similar ECG Features in 2 Different Diagnoses. Am J Crit Care, 26 (2), 169-170.

O'Leary, S; Abbas, K; Carey, M (2017). A Medical Oncology Acuity Scoring Tool to Quantify Patient Acuity. Oncology Nursing Forum, 44 (2), Meeting Abstract: 456.

Salah S. Al-Zaiti, Michele M. Pelter, Teri M. Kozik & Mary G. Carey (2016). A Rare Disease With Cardiac Involvement. Am J Crit Care, 26 (1), 89-90.

Kozik TM, Charos GS, Al-Zaiti SS, Carey MG, Pelter MM (2016). Symptomatic Bradycardia in a Healthy Older Adult. American Journal Critical Care, 25 (2), 185-6.

Pelter, M. M. Loranger, D. Kozik, T. M. Fidler, R. Hu, X. Carey, M. G. (2016). Recurrent Myocardial Ischemia & Symptoms Are Precursors to Unplanned Transfer from Telemetry to the Coronary Care Unit In Hospitalized Patients with Suspected Acute Coronary Syndrome. , 49 (6), 930-931.

Pelter, M. M. Loranger, D. Kozik, T. M. Fidler, R. Hu, X. Carey, M. G. (2016). Recurrent Myocardial Ischemia & Symptoms Are Precursors to Unplanned Transfer from Telemetry to the Coronary Care Unit In Hospitalized Patients with Suspected Acute Coronary Syndrome. , 49 (6), 930-931.

Carey, M.G. (2016). Acute Coronary Syndrome and ST Segment Monitoring. Crit Care Nurs Clin North Am, 28 (3), 347-55.

Carey MG. (2016). Cardiac Arrhythmias. Crit Car Nurs Clini North Am. DOI: 10.1016/j.cnc.2016.06.001

Baldzizhar A, Manuylova E, Marchenko R, Kryvalap Y, Carey MG (2016). Ventricular Tachycardias: Characteristics and Management. Crit Care Nurs Clin North Am, 28 (3), 317-329.

Attin M, Tucker RG, Carey MG (2016). In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: An Update on Pulseless Electrical Activity and Asystole.. Crit Care Nurs Clin North Am, 28 (3), 387-97.

Zegre-Hemsey JK, Garvey JL, Carey MG. (2016). Cardiac Monitoring in the Emergency Department.. Crit Care Nurs Clin North Am., 28 (3), 331-45.

Al-Zaiti SS, Pelter MM, Kozik TM, Carey MG (2016). Syncope With Profound Bradycardia.. Am J Crit Care, 25 (3), 281-2.

McMullen SL, Fioravanti ID, Brown K, Carey MG (2016). Safe Sleep for Hospitalized Infants. MCN Am J Matern Child Nurs., 41 (1), 43-50.

Carey MG, Al-Zaiti SS, Kozik TM, Schell-Chaple H, Pelter MM (2016). QRS Amplitude Variation During Monitoring. American Journal of Critical Care, 25 (1), 97-8.

Al-Zaiti SS1, Carey MG (2015). The prevalence of clinical and electrocardiographic risk factors of cardiovascular death among on duty professional firefighters. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 35 (5), 440-446.

Pelter MM, Kozik TM, Al-Zaiti SS, Carey MG. (2015). Bedside ECG Alarm Management. Am J Crit Care, 24 (6), 545-6.

Al-Zaiti, SS, Kozik TM, Pelter, MM, Carey, MG (2015). Prehospital 12-Lead ECGs and Delivery of Care. American Journal of Critical Care, 24 (2), 181-2.. DOI: 10.4037/ajcc2015308

Pelter MM, Loranger DL, Kozik TM, Kedia A, Ganchan RP, Ganchan D, Hu X, Carey MG. (2015). Among Unstable Angina and Non-ST-Elevation Myocardial Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing Infarction Patients, Transient Myocardial Ischemia and Early Invasive Treatment Are Predictors of Major In-hospital Complications. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing.

Carey MG, Al-Zaiti SS, Kozik TM, Pelter MM (2015). Post-myocardial infarction arrhythmias. American Journal Critical Care, 3, 269-70.

Liao, LM; Carey, MG (2015). Laboratory-induced Mental Stress, Cardiovascular Response, and Psychological Characteristics. Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine, 16 (1), 435-439.

Al-Zaiti, SS, Kozik TM, Pelter, MM, Carey, MG (2015). Prehospital 12-Lead ECGs and Delivery of Care. American Journal of Critical Care, 24 (2), 181-2.. DOI: 10.4037/ajcc2015308

Edlund JE, Edlund AE, Carey MG (2015). Patient Understanding of Potential Risk and Benefit With Informed Consent in a Left Ventricular Assist Device Population: A Pilot Study. Journal Cardiovase Nurse, 30 (5), 435-9.

Al-Zaiti SS, Crago EA, Hravnak M, Kozik TM, Pelter MM, Carey MG (2015). ECG Changes During Neurologic Injury. Am J Crit Care, 24 (5), 453-4.

Al-Zaiti SS, Fallavollita JA, Canty JM, Carey MG (2015). The prognostic value of discordant T waves in lead aVR: A simple risk marker of sudden cardiac arrest in ischemic cardiomyopathy. J Electrocardiol., 48 (5), 887-892.

Carey M, Al-Zaiti SS, Kozik TM, Pelter MM (2015). Drug Induced ECG Abnormalities. Am J Crit Care, 24 (4), 365-6.

Al-Zaiti S.S., Callaway C.W., Kozik T.M., Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2015). Clinical Utility of Ventricular Repolarization Dispersion for Real-Time Detection of Non-ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction in Emergency Departments. J Am Heart Assoc, 24 (4), 7.

Pickham D., Chan G., Carey M. (2015). Pre-participation screening for athletes and the role of advanced practice providers. J Electrocardiol., 48 (3), 339-44.

Liao L.M., Al-Zaiti S.S., Carey M.G. (2014). Depression and heart rate variability in firefighters. SAGE Open Med, 28.

Al-Zaiti S.S., Fallavollita J.A., Wu Y., Tomita M., Carey M.G. (2014). The Impact of Incorporating Quality Weight on the Magnitude & Precision of the Total Effect Size Estimate in Meta-Analysis: Results from 16 Meta-Analyses. JAMA.

Al-Zaiti S.S., Fallavollita J.A., Canty J.M., Carey M.G. (2014). Electrocardiographic predictors of sudden and non-sudden cardiac death in patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy. Heart Lung, 43, 527-33.

Al-Zaiti, SS, Hostler, D., Kozik, TM, Pelter MM, Carey,l MG (2014). Repolarization abnormalities in young athletes. American Critical Care, 23 (4), 345-6. DOI: 10.4037/ajcc2014896

Al-Zaiti, SS, Hostler, D., Kozik, TM, Pelter MM, Carey,l MG (2014). Repolarization abnormalities in young athletes. American Critical Care, 23 (4), 345-6. DOI: 10.4037/ajcc2014896

McMullen S.L., Wu Y.Y., Austin-Ketch T.L., Carey M.G. (2014). Transitioning the Premature Infant from the Nonsupine to the Supine Position Prior to Hospital Discharge. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing, 33 (4), 194-8.

McMullen SL, Carey, MG (2014). Predicting transition to the supine sleep position in preterm infants. ANS Adv Nurse Science, 37 (4), 350-356.

Carey M, Al-Zaiti SS, Kozik TM, Pelter MM (2014). Electrocardiographic predictors of sudden cardiac death inpatients with ischemic cardiomyopathy. Heart and Lung, 43 (6), 527-33.

Al-Zaiti SS, Fallavollita JA, Wu YW, Tomita MR, Carey MG (2014). Electrocardiogram-based predictors of clinical outcomes: a meta-analysis of the prognostic value of ventricular repolarization. Heart Lung, 43 (6), 516-26.

Carey, MG, Al-Zaiti, SS, Kozik, TM, Pelter, MM (2014). Asymptomatic irregular cardiac rhythm. American Journal Critical Care, 23 (5), 429-430.

Hollane, ML, Xia, Y., Kitzman, HJ, Dozier, AM, Olds, DL (2014). Patterns of Visit Attendance in the Nurse-Family Partnership Program. .

Hollane, ML, Xia, Y., Kitzman, HJ, Dozier, AM, Olds, DL (2014). Patterns of Visit Attendance in the Nurse-Family Partnership Program. .

Kozik TM, Grewal GS, Pelter MM, Al-Zaiti SS, Carey MG (2014). Chest pain after acute illness. American Journal Critical Care, 23 (3), 267-268.

Carey, MG, Al-Zaiti SS, Kozik TM, Pelter, M. (2014). Holiday Heart Syndrome. American Journal of Critical Care, 23 (2), 171-172.

Kozik, TM, Pelter M, Al-Zaiti SS, Carey, MG (2014). T-wave amplitude changes. American Journal of Critical Care, 23 (1), 85-86.

Kozik, TM, Carey MG, Al-Zaiti SS, Pelter MM (2014). Heart-rate induced conduction defects. American Journal Critical Care, 24 (1), 93-94.

Pelter, MM, Kozik TM, Al-Zaiti, SS, Carey, MG (2013). Acute Coronary Syndrome ST-Segment Monitoring. American Journal of Critical Care, 23 (6), 503-504.

Carey MG, Fan T, Pillow MY, Al-Zaiti SS, Kozik TM, Pelter M (2013). Emergency evaluation of 12-lead ECGs. American Journal Critical Care, 22 (3), 267-268.

Carey M.G., Al-Zaiti S.S., Canty Jr. J.M., Fallavollita J.A. (2012). High-Risk Electrocardiographic Parameters are Ubiquitous in Patients with Ischemic Cardiomyopathy. Annals of Noninvasive Electrocardiology, 17 (3), 1-11.

Pelter MM, Kozik TM, Loranger DL, Carey MG (2012). A research method for detecting transient myocardial ischemia in patients with suspected acute coronary syndrome using continuous ST-segment analysis.. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 70.

Pelter M.M., Kozik T.M., Al-Zaiti S.S., Carey M.G. (2012). Impaired impulse formation. Am J Crit Care, 21 (4), 293-4.

McMullen S.L., Carey M.G. (2012). The Feasibility & Utility of The Score for Neonatal Acute Physiology II (SNAP-II) for Nursing Research. Maternal Child Nursing.

Carey M.G., Al-Zaiti S.S., Kozik T.M., Pelter M.M. (2012). ECG screening of special populations. Am J Crit Care, 21 (3), 209-10.

Yates B.C., Beckie T.M., Carey M.G., Steinbaugh K.C., McCabe P.J. (2012). Council on Cardiovascular Nursing. J Cardiovasc Nurs, 27 (2), 93-5.

Carey M.G., Al-Zaiti S.S., Kozik T.M., Pelter M.M. (2012). ECG Interpretation Confounders. Am J Crit Care.

Carey M.G., Al-Zaiti S.S., Canty Jr. J.M., Fallavollita J.A. (2012). High-Risk Electrocardiographic Parameters are Ubiquitous in Patients with Ischemic Cardiomyopathy. Annals of Noninvasive Electrocardiology, 17 (3), 1-11.

Pelter M.M., Kozik T.M., Al-Zaiti S.S., Carey M.G. (2012). Congenital anomaly. American Journal of Critical Care, 21 (2), 131-2.

Homish GG, Frazer BS, Carey MG (2012). The influence of indirect collective trauma on first responders' alcohol use. Int J Emerg Ment Health, 14 (1), 21-28.

Al-Zaiti S.S., Carey M.G., Pelter M.M (2012). A new puzzler guide. American Journal of Critical Care, 21 (1), 68-70.

Beckie T.M., Carey M.G., Yates B.C. (2011). AHA Council on Cardiovascular Nursing. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 26 (6), 435-8.

Al-Zaiti S.S., Pelter M.M., Carey M.G. (2011). Exercise Stress Treadmill Testing. American Journal of Critical Care, 20 (3), 259-60.

Pelter M.M., Al-Zaiti S.S., Carey M.G. (2011). Coronary artery dominance. American Journal of Critical Care, 20 (5), 401-2.

Al-Zaiti S.S., Khasawneh M.K., Carey M.G. (2011). An Uncommon Presentation of Ischemic Cardiomyopathy. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 7 (5), 385-391.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2011). New QRS criteria. American Journal of Critical Care, 20 (6), 485-6.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G., Al-Zaiti S.S. (2011). Bedside monitoring for transient myocardial ischemia. American Journal of Critical Care, 20 (2), 171-2.

Yates B.C., Carey M.G., Beckie T.M. (2011). American Heart Association: Council on Cardiovascular Nursing. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 26 (2), 170-1.

Carey M.G., Al-Zaiti S.S., Liao L., Butler R.A., Martin H.N. (2011). Characteristics of the Standard 12-Lead Holter ECG in Professional Firefighters. Computing in Cardiology, 37, 655-658.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2011). Discordant T waves. American Journal of Critical Care, 20 (1), 85-6.

Al-Zaiti S.S., Runco K.N., Carey M.G. (2011). Increased T wave complexity can indicate subclinical myocardial ischemia in asymptomatic adults. Journal of Electrocardiology, 44 (6), 684-8.

Carey M.G., Al-Zaiti S.S., Finnell D., Dean G., Sessanna L. (2011). Sleep Problems, Depression, Substance Use, Social Bonding and Quality of Life in Professional Firefighters. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 53 (8), 928-33.

Carey M.G., Al-Zaiti S.S., Liano L.M., Martin H.N., Butler R.A. (2011). A Low-Glycemic Nutritional Fitness Program to Reverse Metabolic Syndrome in Professional Firefighters: Results of a Pilot Study. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 26 (4), 298-304.

Carey M.G., Beckie T.M., Yates B.C. (2011). American Heart Association: Council on Cardiovascular Nursing. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 26 (4), 285-7.

Carey M.G., Al-Zaiti S.S., Pelter M.M. (2011). Computerized algorithms. American Journal of Critical Care, 20 (4), 339-40.

Carey M.G., Luisi A.J., Baldwa S., Al-Zaiti S.S., Canty J.M., Fallavollita J.A. (2010). The Selvester QRS score is more accurate than Q waves and fragmented QRS complexes using the Mason-Likar configuration estimating infarct volume in patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy. Journal of Electrocardiology, 43 (4), 318-25.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G. (2010). Evolving myocardial infarction. American Journal of Critical Care, 19 (6), 557-8.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M., Al-Zaiti S.S. (2010). Dynamic conduction defects. American Journal of Critical Care, 19 (3), 301-2.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G., Stephens K.E., Anderson H., Yang W. (2010). Improving nurses' ability to identify anatomic location and leads on 12-lead electrocardiograms and ST elevation myocardial infarction. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 9 (4), 218-25.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M., Cao P., Pillow M.T. (2010). Pharmacological cardiosupression. American Journal of Critical Care, 19 (5), 463-4.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G., Kasmani R., Irani F. (2010). Adenosine during arrhythmia. American Journal of Critical Care, 19 (2), 189-190.

Carey M.G., Al-Zaiti S.S., Pelter M.M. (2010). Asystole. American Journal of Critical Care, 19 (1), 84-5.

Khraim F.M., Scherer Y.K., Dorn J.M., Carey M.G. (2010). Patient-surrogate agreement of predictors of decision delay among patients with acute myocardial infarction: A Questionnaire Survey. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 47 (11), 1418-24.

Yates B., Carey M.G. (2010). American Heart Association: Council on Myo Cardiovascular nursing department. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 25 (3), 172-4.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G. (2010). Conduction system disease. Journal of Critical Care, 19 (4), 383-4.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2010). Continuous ST Segment Monitoring. AACN Procedure Manual for Critical Care, 430-7.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2009). Resting parasympathetic tone. American Journal of Critical Care, 18 (1), 81-2.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G. (2009). Long pause. American Journal of Critical Care, 18 (4), 381-2.

Khraim F.M., Scherer Y.K., Dorn J.M., Carey M.G. (2009). Predictors of decision delay to seeking health care among Jordanians with acute myocardial infarction. J Nurs Scholarsh, 41 (3), 260-7.

Carey M.G., Yates B. (2009). American Heart Association: Council on cardiovascular nursing department. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 24 (3), 252-5.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G. (2009). Symptomatic bradycardia. American Journal of Critical Care, 18 (2), 173-4.

Carey M.G., Thevenin B.J.M. (2009). High Resolution 12-lead Electrocardiograms of On-Duty Professional Firefights: A Pilot Feasibility Study. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 24 (4), 261-267.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2009). Transient Arhythmia Revealed. American Journal of Critical Care, 18 (5), 483-4.

Khraim F.M., Carey M.G. (2009). Predictors of pre-hospital delay among patients with acute myocardial infarction. Journal of Patient Education and Counseling, 75 (2), 155-161.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G. (2009). Sinus node dysfunction. American Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 18 (6), 585-6.

Carey M.G.,Pelter M.M. (2009). Complaints of skipped beats. American Journal of Critical Care, 18 (5), 483-4.

Carey M.G. (2008). Electrocardiographic predictors of sudden cardiac death. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 23 (2), 175-82.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2008). Cornell voltage criteria. American Journal of Critical Care, 17 (3), 273-4.

Nelwan S.P., Carey M.G. (2008). Reduced and alternative lead sets: Clinical implications and technical challenges. Journal of Electrocardiology, 41 (6), 451-3.

Carey M.G., Zimmerman L. (2008). American Heart Association: Council on cardiovascular nursing department. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 23 (2), 100-2.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2008). Rapid ventricular response. American Journal of Critical Care, 17 (1), 83-4.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2008). Traumatic Injuries. American Journal of Critical Care, 17 (5), 477-8.

Pelter M.M., Bryant M., Carey M.G. (2008). Multilead monitoring. American Journal of Critical Care, 17 (4), 381-2.

Pelter M.M., Bryant M., Carey M.G. (2008). Abnormal conduction. American Journal of Critical Care, 17 (2), 173-4.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G. (2008). ECG computer algorithms. American Journal of Critical Care, 17 (6), 581-2.

Stephens K.E., Anderson H., Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2007). Interpreting 12-lead electrocardiograms for acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction: what nurses know?. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 22 (3), 186-93.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2007). ECG marker of nontransmural myocardial infarction. American Journal of Critical Care, 16 (5), 513-4.

Pelter M.M., Bryant M., Carey M.G. (2007). ECG characteristics of a genetic disorder. American Journal of Critical Care, 16 (6), 621-2.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2007). Cardiac arrhythmias after traumatic amputation. American Journal of Critical Care, 16 (3), 199-200.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2007). Evaluating pacemaker function with full disclosure. American Journal of Critical Care, 16 (1), 93-4.

Zimmerman L., Carey M.G. (2007). American Heart Association: Council on cardiovascular nursing department. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 22 (5), 422-4.

Carey M.G. (2007). Smoked out: Emergency evacuation of an ICU. American Journal of Nursing, 107 (9), 54-7.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G. (2007). P wave alterations. American Journal of Critical Care, 16 (2), 187-8.

Pelter M.M., Kozik T.M., Carey M.G. (2006). ECG changes during induced hypothermia after cardiac arrest. American Journal of Critical Care, 15 (6), 631-2.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2006). Resynchronization therapy. American Journal of Critical Care, 15 (1), 103-4.

Carey M.G., Ponivas S.J., Pelter M.M. (2006). Differentiating ST segment strain pattern from acute ischemia. American Journal of Critical Care, 15 (3), 321-2.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2006). No sustained ventricular tachycardia in the elderly. American Journal of Critical Care, 15 (5), 519-20.

Carey M.G. (2006). Basic Cardiac Monitoring. Critical Care Nursing Secrets, 14-20.

Carey M.G. (2006). Arrhythmias. Critical Care Nursing Secrets, 21-7.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G. (2006). ST segment changes in right ventricular paced rhythms. American Journal of Critical Care, 15 (2), 231-2.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G. (2006). Long QT syndrome. American Journal of Critical Care, 15 (4), 437-8.

Carey M.G., Pelter M.M. (2005). Rhythmic premature ventricular contractions. American Journal of Critical Care, 14 (5), 441-2.

Carey M.G., Lakso M. (2005). Perspectives: Acute stages of spinal cord injuries. Saxe Communications, 6 (30), 1-8.

Adams M.G. (2005). Continuous ST Segment Monitoring. AACN Procedure Manual for Critical Care, 430-7.

Pelter M.M., Carey M.G. (2005). Enhanced automaticity of his bundle. American Journal of Critical Care, 14 (6), 559-60.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2005). Relative refractory period. American Journal of Critical Care, 14 (3), 129-30.

Deboor S.S., Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2005). Nonrespiratory sinus arrhythmia. American Journal of Critical Care, 14 (2), 161-2.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2005). ST segment changes in right bundle branch block. American Journal of Critical Care, 14 (4), 341-2.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2005). Bedside monitoring of spinal cord injuries. American Journal of Critical Care, 14 (1), 85-6.

Carey M.G., Lakso M. (2005). Perspectives: Acute stages of spinal cord injuries. Saxe Communications, 6 (30), 1-8.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2004). Electrolyte imbalances. American Journal of Critical Care, 13 (1), 85-6.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2004). Wide QRS duration. American Journal of Critical Care, 13 (4), 355-6.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2004). An evolving myocardial infarction. American Journal of Critical Care, 13 (5), 437-8.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2004). Nonischemic ST segment elevation. American Journal of Critical Care, 13 (2), 167-8.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2004). Retrograde atrial conduction. American Journal of Critical Care, 13 (3), 251-2.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2004). Premature beats. American Journal of Critical Care, 13 (6), 519-20.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2003). Ventricular escape rhythms. American Journal of Critical Care, 12 (5), 477-8.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2003). Interpreting a postoperative 12-lead ECG waveform. American Journal of Critical Care, 12 (3), 267-8.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2003). Heart blocks. American Journal of Critical Care, 12 (1), 77-8.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2003). Low amplitude QRS. American Journal of Critical Care, 12 (2), 171-2.

Adams M.G., Caldwell M.A., Stotts N.A., Drew B.J. (2003). Factors to consider when analyzing the 12-lead electrocardiogram for acute myocardial ischemia. American Journal of Critical Care, 9 (16).

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2003). Non-conducted P waves. American Journal of Critical Care, 12 (6), 381-2.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2003). Increased automaticity of the AV node. American Journal of Critical Care, 12 (4), 381-2.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2003). In-Hospital Cardiac Monitoring. Understanding Electrocardiography, 431-43.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2002). Bradycardic ECG monitoring alarms. American Journal of Critical Care, 11 (6), 577-8.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2002). A Class III antiarrhythmic agent. American Journal of Critical Care, 11 (4), 395-6.

Drew B.J., Pelter M.M., Brodnick D.E., Yadav A.V., Dempel D., Adams M.G. (2002). Comparison of a new reduced lead set with the standard ECG for diagnosing cardiac arrhythmias and myocardial ischemia. Journal of Electrocardiology, 35 (4), 13-21.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2002). Reperfusion arrhythmias. American Journal of Critical Care, 11 (4), 397-9.

Drew B.J., Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2002). Frequency, characteristics, and clinical significance of transient ST segment elevation in patients with acute coronary syndromes. European Heart Journal, 23 (12), 941-7.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2002). Intermittent conduction disturbances. American Journal of Critical Care, 11 (5), 487-8.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G., Drew B.J. (2002). Association of transient ischemia with adverse in-hospital outcomes for angina patient treated in a telemetry unit or a coronary care unit. American Journal of Critical Care, 11 (4), 318-25.

Adams M.G., Drew B.J. (2002). Efficacy of two strategies to detect body position ST segment changes during continuous 12-lead electrocardiographic monitoring. Journal of Electrocardiology, 35 (4), 193-200.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2002). Inverted P waves. American Journal of Critical Care, 11 (2), 173-4.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2002). ST elevation myocardial infarction. American Journal of Critical Care, 11 (1), 87-8.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2001). Giant inverted T waves. American Journal of Critical Care, 10 (6), 449-50.

Drew B.J., Adams M.G. (2001). Clinical consequences of ST segment changes caused by body position mimicking transient myocardial ischemia: Hazards of ST segment monitoring. Journal of Electrocardiology, 34 (3), 261-4.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G. (2001). Continuous ST Segment Monitoring. AACN Procedure Manual for Critical Care.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (2001). Stable tachycardias. American Journal of Critical Care, 10 (5), 365-6.

Adams M.G. (2001). Arrhythmias. Critical Care Nursing Secrets, 16-20.

Adams M.G., Pelter M.M., Wung S.F., Taylor C.A., Drew B.J. (1999). Frequency of silent myocardial ischemia with 12-lead ST segment monitoring in the coronary care unit: Are there sex related differences?. Heart & Lung, 28 (2), 81-6.

Drew B.J., Krucoff M.W., Adams M.G. (1999). Multilead ST-segment monitoring patients with acute coronary syndromes: a consensus statement for healthcare professionals. ST-segment monitoring practice guideline international working group. American Journal of Critical Care, 8 (6), 372-86.

Drew B.J., Pelter M.M., Wung S.F., Adams M.G., Taylor C.A., Evans G., Foster E. (1999). Accuracy of the EASI 12-lead electrocardiogram compared to the standard 12-lead electrocardiogram for diagnosing multiple cardiac abnormalities. Journal of Electrocardiology, 32, 38-47.

Lau K.Y., Wung S.F., Adams M.G., Zellner C., Drew B.J. (1999). Frequency of ischemia during intracoronary ultrasound in women with and without coronary artery disease. Critical Care Nurse, 19 (5), 48-56.

Drew B.J., Wung S.F., Adams M.G., Pelter M.M. (1998). Bedside diagnosis of myocardial ischemia with ST segment monitoring technology: measurement issues for real-time clinical decision making and trial designs. Journal of Electrocardiology, 30, 157-65.

Drew B.J., Pelter M.M., Adams M.G., Wung S.F., Chou .M., Wolfe C.L. (1998). 12 lead ST segment monitoring vs single-lead maximum ST-segment monitoring for detecting ongoing ischemia in patients with unstable coronary syndromes. American Journal of Critical Care, 7 (5), 355-63.

Pelter M.M. Adams M.G., Wung S.F., Paul S.M., Drew B.J. (1998). Peak time of occurrence of myocardial ischemia in the coronary care unit. American Journal of Critical Care, 7 (6), 411-7.

Drew B.J., Adams M.G., Pelter M.M., Wung S.F., Caldwell M.A. (1997). Comparison of standard and derived 12-lead electrocardiograms for diagnosis of coronary angioplasty induced myocardial ischemia. American Journal of Cardiology, 79 (5), 639-44.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G., Drew B.J. (1997). Computer verses manual measurement of ST segment deviation. Journal of Electrocardiology, 30 (2), 151-6.

Adams M.G., Drew B.J. (1997). Body position effects on the ECG: Implications for ischemia monitoring. Journal of Electrocardiology, 30 (4), 285-91.

Drew B.J., Adams M.G., McEldowney D.K., Lau K.Y., Wung S.F., Wolfe C.L., Ports T.A., Chou T.M. (1997). Frequency, duration,magnitude and consequences of myocardial ischemia during intracoronary ultrasonography. American Heart Journal, 134 (3), 474-8.

Drew B.J., Adams M.G., Pelter M.M., Wung S.F. (1996). ST segment monitoring with a derived 12-lead electrocardiogram is superior to routine cardiac care unit monitoring. American Journal of Critical Care, 5 (3), 198-206.

Pelter M.M., Adams M.G., Drew B.J. (1996). ST segment deviation during myocardial ischemia: Are there gender differences?. Progress in Cardiovascular Nursing, 11 (3), 4-9.

Drew B.J., Adams M.G., Wung S.F., Dower G.E. (1995). Value of a derived 12-lead ECG for detecting transient myocardial ischemia. Journal of Electrocardiology, 28, 211.

Drew B.J., Koops R.R., Adams M.G., Dower G.E. (1994). Derived 12-lead ECG: Comparison with the standard electrocardiogram during myocardial ischemia and its potential application for continuous ST segment monitoring. Journal of Electrocardiology, 27 (1), 249-55.