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Denis H. Jablonka, MD

Denis H. Jablonka, MD

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

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The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department of Anesthesiology & Critical Care Medicine
34th Street & Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104-4399
Office: 267-426-8110
Fax: 215-590-1415
MD (Medicine)
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, School of Medicine, 1999.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

My field of expertise is pediatric anesthesia for off-site locations such as radiology and endoscopy suites.

Description of Research Expertise

I am a staff anesthesiology at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. My current investigation focus is the use of novel technologies to predict risk for respiratory complications in children undergoing general anesthesia. I am presently working with a private company to study the role of Exhale Nitric Oxide monitoring as a predictor for respiratory problems during pediatric surgery.

Selected Publications

Adler AC, Jablonka DH: Bedside Ultrasound: A Tool for Assessment of IV Functionality. Anesthesiology. American Anesthesiology Society, 124(4): 959, Apr 2016.

Jablonka DH, Gurnaney H, Hu P, Capuco A, Mackley JT, Wartman E, McBride E, England W, Goebel T: "Does exhaled nitric oxide predicts postoperative complications? A pilot study in pediatric adenotonsillectomy." Society for Pediatric Anesthesia Anual Meeting, Colorado Springs, CO 2016 Notes: Poster presentation.

Janik L, Jackson M, Galvez J, Litman R, Jablonka DH: "Malignant hyperthermia without metabolic acidosis." Society for Pediatric Anesthesia Annual meeting, Fort Lauderdale, FL 2014 Notes: Poster presentation.

Jablonka DH, Awad AA, Stout RG, Silverman DG, Shelley DH: Comparing the effect of vasopressin on the ear and finger photoplethysmograph. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia 20(2): 90-93, 2008.

Guesquiere M, Awad AA, Silverman DG, Stout DG, Jablonka DH, Silverman TJ, Shelley KH: Impact of withdrawal of 450 ml of blood on respiration: Induced oscillations of the ear plethysmographic waveform. Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing 21(5): 277-282, 2007.

Shelley KH, Jablonka DH, Awad AA, Stout RG, Rezkanna H, Silverman DG: Using pulse oximetry waveform analysis to guide fluid therapy: Are we there yet? Anesthesia and Analgesia 104 (6): 1607-1609, 2007.

Shelley KH, Jablonka DH, Awad AA, Stout RG, Rezkanna H, Silverman DG: What is the best site for measuring the effects of ventilation on the pulse oximeter waveform? Anesthesia and Analgesia 103(2): 372-377, 2006.

Resident web-based orientation, Yale- New Haven Hospital: "The 'Untold' Guide for the Anesthesiology Resident" http://gumby.med.yale.edu/~amor/pdf/AMORguide.pdf 2006.

Jablonka DH, Silverman TJ, Schonberger RB, Shahmohammadi K, Silverman, DG: "Nicotine induces vasodilation of the microvasculature independent of systemic sympathomimetic effect." American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL 2006.

O'Donnell JM, Nacul, FE: Airway management in the intensive care unit. Surgical Intensive Care Medicine. Springer, Second Edition, 2005.

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Last updated: 05/04/2017
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