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Dimitry Baranov, MD

Dimitry Baranov, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology and Critical Care
Department: Anesthesiology and Critical Care

Contact information
University of Pennsylvania
7th Floor Dulles Building
3400 Spruce Street
4283
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: (215) 662-3774
Fax: (215) 349-3898
Education:
M.D.
Voronezh Medical Institute, Voronezh, Russia, 1984.
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Description of Research Expertise

Traumatic brain injury, cerebral hemodynamics

Description of Clinical Expertise

Neurosurgical anesthesia, Neuro critical care, anesthesia for Liver transplanation, anesthesia for ENT and Urological surgery

Description of Other Expertise

Medical Simulation in Anesthesia and Critical Care

Selected Publications

Samadani U, Huang JH, Baranov D, Zager EL, Grady MS : Intracranial hypotension after intraoperative lumbar cerebrospinal fluid drainage. Neurosurgery 52(1): 148-51, Jan 2003 Notes: Discussion 151-2.

Baranov D, Armstead WM: Nitric oxide release contributes to AT2 and not AT1 receptor-dependent cerebral vasodilation. ASA Annual Meeting 2003.

Guvakov DV, Belsky AV, Baranov DY, Weiss SS, Chang AT: Review of improvement in cardiopulmonary resuscitation based on changes made in “ACLS recommendations, 2000” Pathology of circulation and cardiac surgery 4: 3-6, 2001.

Baranov D, Armstead WM: "Prostaglandins Contribute to Impaired Angiotensin II Induced Cerebrovasodilation after Brain Injury" ASA Annual Meeting 2001.

Baranov D: Textbook of Neuroanaesthesia and Critical Care by Matta BF, Menon DK, Turner JM (Book Review). Anesth Analg 92(1): 286, 2001.

Baranov D: Near Misses in Neuroanesthesia by Russel GB, Longo SR, Blackburn TW (Book Review). Anesth Analg 94: 1677-1678, 2002.

Baranov D, Armstead WM: Selective blockade of AT1 receptor attenuates impairment of hypotensive autoregulation and improves cerebral blood flow after brain injury. ASA Annual Meeting 2002.

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Last updated: 01/10/2014
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