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Clifford S. Deutschman, M.S., M.D., F.C.C.M.

Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care
Attending Physician, Sugical Critical Care Service, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Attending Anesthesiologist, Lamont Operating Rooms, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Attending Anesthesiologist, Bariatric Surgery Program, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Anesthesiology and Critical Care

Contact information
HUP - 781A Dulles
3400 SPRUCE ST.
4283
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: (215) 662-3758
Fax: (215) 615-3898
Education:

Fieldston School, 1972.
BS
Trinity College, 1975.
MS
Northwestern University, 1976.
M.D.
New York Medical College, 1980.
Post-Graduate Training
Resident in General Surgery, University of Florida Teaching Hospitals Gainesville, 1980-1981.
Resident in Neurosurgery, University of Minnesota Hospitals, 1981-1983.
Clinical Fellow in Surgical Critical Care/Trauma, University of Minnesota Hospitals, Minneapolis, 1983-1984.
Research Fellow in Surgical Intensive Care, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1984-1985.
Resident in Anesthesiology/Critical Care Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1985-1987.
Fellow, Critical Care Anesthesia, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1987-.
Certifications
Diplomate, American Board of Anesthesiology #15719, 1988.
Diplomate, American Board of Anesthesiology, Special Qualification in Critical Care, #317, 1989.
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Selected Publications

Coopersmith CM, Wunsch H, Fink MP, Linde-Zwirble WT, Olsen KM, Sommers MS, Anand KSA, Kingsmore SF, Tchorz KM, Angus DC, Deutschman CS: A comparison of critical care research funding and the financial burden of critical illness in the United States. Crit Care Med 40(4): 1072-1079, April 2012.

Deutschman CS, Ahrens T, Cairns CB, Sessler CN and Parsons PE: Multi-society Task Force for Critical Care Research: Key Issues and Recommendations. Chest 141(1): 201-9, January 2012.

Deutschman CS, Ahrens T, Cairns CB, Sessler CN and Parsons PE: Multi-society Task Force for Critical Care Research: Key Issues and Recommendations. Crit Care Med 40(1): 254-60, January 2012.

Deutschman CS, Ahrens T, Cairns CB, Sessler CN and Parsons PE: Multi-society Task Force for Critical Care Research: Key Issues and Recommendations. Chest 141(1): 198-200, January 2012.

Deutschman CS, Ahrens T, Cairns CB, Sessler CN and Parsons PE: Multi-society Task Force for Critical Care Research: Key Issues and Recommendations. Am J Resp Crit Care Med 185(1): 96-102, January 2012.

Deutschman CS, Ahrens T, Cairns CB, Sessler CN and Parsons PE: Multi-society Task Force for Critical Care Research: Key Issues and Recommendations. Am J Crit Care 21(1): 15-23, January 2012.

Abcejo A, Andrejko KM, Ochrock EA, Raj NR, Deutschman CS: Impaired hepatocellular regeneration in murine sepsis is dependent on regulatory protein levels. Shock 36(5): 471-477, November 2011.

Diamond JM, Lederer D, Kawut SM, Lee J, Cantu E, Ahya V, Bellamy S, Palmer S, Lama V, Bhorade S, Crespo M, Demissie EJ, Sonett J, Wille K, Orens JB, Shah PD, Weinacker A, Weill D, Kohl B, Deutschman C, Arcasoy S, Shah A, Belperio J, Wilkes D, Reynolds JM, Ware L and Christie JD for the Lung Transplant Outcomes Group: Elevated Plasma Long Pentraxin-3 Levels and Primary Graft Dysfunction after Lung Transplantation for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. Am J Transplant 11(11): 2517-22, November 2011.

Kett DH, Azoulay E, Echeverria PM, Vincent JL: Extended Prevalence of Infection in ICU Study (EPIC II) Group of Investigators, Candida bloodstream infections in intensive care units: analysis of the extended prevalence of infection in intensive care unit study. Crit Care Med 39(4): 665-70, April 2011.

Fang A, Studer S, Kawut SM, Ahya VN, Lee J, Wille K, Lama V, Ware L, Orens J, Weinacker A, Palmer SM, Crespo M, Lederer DJ, Deutschman CS, Kohl BA, Bellamy S, Demissie E, Christie JD, Lung Transplant Outcomes Group: Elevated Pulmonary Artery Pressure Is a Risk Factor for Primary Graft Dysfunction Following Lung Transplantation for Idopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. Chest 139(4), April 2011.

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