Emergency Physicians, Family Practitioner
24 years of experience
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Accepting new patients
North Scottsdale
15041 N Airport Dr
Ste 103
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
602-549-2291
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Education ?

Medical School Score
Des Moines University (1986)
  • Currently 1 of 4 apples

Awards & Distinctions ?

Associations
American Board of Bariatric Medicine

Affiliations ?

Dr. Bryman is affiliated with 3 hospitals.

Hospital Affilations

Score

Rankings

  • Paradise Valley Hospital
    3929 E Bell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85032
    • Currently 4 of 4 crosses
    Top 25%
  • CHANDLER REGIONAL Medical Center
    475 S Dobson Rd, Chandler, AZ 85224
    • Currently 4 of 4 crosses
    Top 25%
  • Mercy Gilbert Medical Center
    3555 S Val Vista Dr, Gilbert, AZ 85297
  • Publications & Research

    Dr. Bryman has contributed to 25 publications.
    Title New Measurement of the K+-->pi+ Nunu Branching Ratio.
    Date January 2009
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Excerpt

    Three events for the decay K+-->pi+ nunu have been observed in the pion momentum region below the K+-->pi+pi0 peak, 140 < Ppi < 199 MeV/c, with an estimated background of 0.93+/-0.17(stat.) -0.24+0.32(syst.) events. Combining this observation with previously reported results yields a branching ratio of B(K+-->pi+ nunu) = (1.73(-1.05)+1.15) x 10(-10) consistent with the standard model prediction.

    Title Co-morbid Conditions in Overweight and Obese Airmen: Trends and Aeromedical Implications.
    Date September 2007
    Journal Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine
    Excerpt

    INTRODUCTION: Excess bodyweight is known to be associated with many medical disorders which can be disqualifying for aviators. The actual prevalence of these conditions and associations with BMI in U.S. airmen has not been previously defined. This project explores overweight and obesity in valid holders of U.S. aeromedical certificates as of November 2003. METHODS: A de-identified database of all holders of valid FAA medical certificates was queried for pilot's BMI and a variety of co-morbid conditions that have been associated with obesity and overweight. There were a total of 630,670 airmen. Conditions included: hypertension, diabetes, myocardial infarction, sleep apnea, kidney stones, gall bladder disease, arthritis, and hypothyroidism, among others. RESULTS: The total prevalence of overweight and obese airmen is as follows: 47.15% are overweight and 21.11% obese. In regards to class of airmen, 48.48% of 1st class pilots are overweight and 15.35% obese, 2nd class are 47.58% overweight and 22.44% obese, and for 3rd class, 46.18% are overweight and 23.78% obese. Female pilots have a much lower prevalence of overweight and obesity. Most associations between BMI and health conditions were expected. A unique finding was that overweight and obese pilots are more likely to require a special issuance certificate than normal weight pilots. CONCLUSION: This data for all U.S. certificate holders suggests that conditions associated with excessive bodyweight will account for disqualification of a significant number of aviators.

    Title Improved Measurement of the K+-->pi+nunu; Branching Ratio.
    Date September 2004
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Excerpt

    An additional event near the upper kinematic limit for K+-->pi(+)nunu; has been observed by experiment E949 at Brookhaven National Laboratory. Combining previously reported and new data, the branching ratio is B(K+-->pi(+)nunu;)=(1.47(+1.30)(-0.89))x10(-10) based on three events observed in the pion momentum region 211<P<229 MeV/c. At the measured central value of the branching ratio, the additional event had a signal-to-background ratio of 0.9.

    Title Further Evidence for the Decay K+ -->pi+nu(nu).
    Date March 2002
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Excerpt

    Additional evidence for the rare kaon decay K+-->pi+nu(nu) has been found in a new data set with comparable sensitivity to the previously reported result. One new event was observed in the pion momentum region examined, 211<P<229 MeV/c, bringing the total for the combined data set to two. Including all data taken, the backgrounds were estimated to contribute 0.15+/-0.05 events. The branching ratio is B(K+-->pi+nu(nu)) = 1.57(+1.75)(-0.82)x10(-10).

    Title Measurement of the Pi-->e Nu Branching Ratio.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review D: Particles and Fields
    Title Consequences of Nonzero Neutrino Masses on the Evaluation of the Weak Coupling Constant and on Tau Leptonic Decays.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review D: Particles and Fields
    Title Searches for Majoron Production and Other Processes Associated with Pi -->e Nu Decay.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review D: Particles and Fields
    Title Search for Muon-electron and Muon-positron Conversion.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review D: Particles and Fields
    Title Tau -e and Tau - Micro Universality from Tau --> Pi Nu Decays.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review D: Particles and Fields
    Title Improved Search for Massive Neutrinos in Pi +-->e+ Nu Decay.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review D: Particles and Fields
    Title Search for the Decays K+--> Pi + Nu Nu -bar and K+--> Pi +x0 for 150
    Date
    Journal Physical Review D: Particles and Fields
    Title Measurement of the Pi +-->e+ Nu Branching Ratio.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review D: Particles and Fields
    Title Search for Massive Neutrinos in Pi +--> Micro+ Nu Decay.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review D: Particles and Fields
    Title Search for Micro-e Conversion in Ti.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Title Constraints on Massive Neutrinos in Pi -->e Nu Decay.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Title Exotic Muon Decay Micro-->e+x.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Title Search for a Light Higgs Boson in the Decay K+--> Pi +h, H--> Micro+ Micro-
    Date
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Title Search for the Decay K+--> Pi + Nu Nu -bar.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Title Search for the Decay K+--> Pi + Gamma Gamma.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Title Upper Limit on the Branching Ratio for the Decay Pi 0--> Nu Nu -bar.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Title Measurement of the Pi +-->e+ Nu Branching Ratio.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Title Search for the Decay Pi 0--> Gamma +x.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Title Search for the Decay K+--> Pi + Nu Nu -bar.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Title Search for the Decay K+--> Pi + Nu Nu -bar.
    Date
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Title Measurement of Direct Photon Emission in K+-->pi(+)pi(0)gamma Decay
    Date
    Journal Physical Review Letters
    Excerpt

    We have performed a measurement of the K+-->pi(+)pi(0)gamma decay and have observed 2x10(4) events. The best fit to the decay spectrum gives a branching ratio for direct photon emission of (4.7+/-0.8+/-0. 3)x10(-6) in the pi(+) kinetic energy region of 55 to 90 MeV and requires no component due to interference with inner bremsstrahlung.


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