Goldman RD, Ong M, Macpherson A. Unscheduled Return Visits to the Pediatric Emergency Department – One year experience. Pediatric Emergency Care 2006, 22(8):545-9.
Goldman RD. Alternating ibuprofen and acetaminophen may be more effective in the treatment of fever in children. Journal of Pediatrics [Invited Commentary] July 2006, 149(1):140-1.
Goldman RD, Balasubramanian S, Wales P, Mace SE. Pediatric Surgeons and Pediatric Emergency Physician’s Attitudes to Analgesia and Sedation for Incarcerated Inguinal Hernia Reduction. Journal of Pain 2005, 6(10):650-5.
Goldman RD, Benseler SM, Schneider R. Intra-articular calcifications in a child with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Archives of Disease in Childhood 200, 90:1033-38.
Goldman RD, Antoon R, Tait G, Zimmer D, Viegas A, Mounstephen W. Culture Results via the Internet – A novel way for communication after an emergency department visit. Journal of Pediatrics 2005, 147(2):221-6.
Goldman RD, Macpherson A, Schuh S, Mulligan C, Pirie. Patients who leave the pediatric emergency department without being seen: a case-control study. Canadian Medical Association Journal 2005, 172 (1):39-43.
Goldman RD. Efficacy and Safety of Acetaminophen versus Ibuprofen for Treating Children’s Pain or Fever. A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Pediatrics 2005, 146(1):142-3.
Goldman RD, Mehrotra S, Pinto T, Mounstephen W. Follow-Up After a Pediatric Emergency Department Visit: Telephone versus E-Mail? Pediatrics 2004, 114(4):998.
Friedman J, Goldman RD, Srivastava R, Parkin P. Development of a Clinical Dehydration Scale for Use in Children Between 1 and 36 months of age. Journal of Pediatrics 2004,145(2):201-7.
Goldman RD, Ko K, Linette LJ, Scolnik D. Antipyretic Efficacy and Safety of Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen in Children. The Annals of Pharmacotherapy 2003, 38 (Jan04):1-4.