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David L. Pomeranz, MD

  • Date Appointed: 1/2016
  • Primary Specialty: Emergency Medicine
  • Languages Spoken: English
  • Gender: Male

About David

Dr. Pomeranz is an emergency physician at Northern Inyo Hospital originally from Reno, Nevada. He studied civil engineering at Cornell University and then attended the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine. His residency training was completed at LA County+USC followed by a wilderness medicine fellowship at Stanford University. Since childhood Dr. Pomeranz grew up skiing, climbing and backpacking throughout the Eastern Sierra and since moving to Bishop in 2016 he has been an active rescue member with the Inyo County Sheriff's Department Search & Rescue Team.

  • Medical School
  • University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine
  • Residency
  • LAC + USC Medical Center
  • Board Certification
  • American Board of Emergency Medicine
  • Fellowship
  • Stanford University Wilderness Medicine
  • Budesonide Versus Acetazolamide for Prevention of Acute Mountain Sickness 2018
    • Author: Lipman GS, Pomeranz D, Burns P, Phillips C, Cheffers M, Evans K, Jurkiewicz C, Juul N, Hackett P
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  • Study Looking at End Expiratory Pressure for Altitude Illness Decrease (SLEEP-AID) 2015
    • Author: Lipman GS, Kanaan NC, Phillips C, Pomeranz D, Cain P, Fontes K, Higbee B, Meyer C, Shaheen M, Wentworth S, Walsh D.
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  • Large-Volume Hypertonic Saline for Empiric Treatment of Severe Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia in an Ultramarathon Runner 2019
    • Author: David Pomeranz 1, Crystal Irwin, Grant S Lipman
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  • Interstitial Pulmonary Edema Assessed by Lung Ultrasound on Ascent to High Altitude and Slight Association with Acute Mountain Sickness: A Prospective Observational Study 2019
    • Author: Alsup C, Lipman GS, Pomeranz D, Huang RW, Burns P, Juul N, Phillips C, Jurkiewicz C, Cheffers M, Evans K, Saraswathula A, Baumeister P, Lai L, Rainey J, Lobo V.
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  • How variability in pain and pain coping relate to pain interference during multistage ultramarathons 2019
    • Author: Alschuler KN, Kratz AL, Lipman GS, Krabak BJ, Pomeranz D, Burns P, Bautz J, Nordeen C, Irwin C, Jensen MP
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  • Pain Is Inevitable But Suffering Is Optional: Relationship of Pain Coping Strategies to Performance in Multistage Ultramarathon Runners 2020
    • Author: Alschuler KN, Krabak BJ, Kratz AL, Jensen MP, Pomeranz D, Burns P, Bautz J, Nordeen C, Irwin C, Lipman GS.
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