Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care

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David Stuart Smith, M.D., Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care
Attending Anesthesiologist, Department of Anesthesiology, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Anesthesiology and Critical Care

Contact information
HUP
Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care
778 Dulles
3400 Spruce Street
4283
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 2156623722
Fax: (215) 615-3898
Education:
BA
Oakland University, 1968.
Ph.D.
The Medical College of Wisconsin, 1975.
M.D.
Medical College of Wisconsin, 1975.
Post-Graduate Training
Internship, The Medical College of Wisconsin, Wisconsin, 1975-1976.
Residency, Department of Anesthesia, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1976-1978.
Fellowship, Department of Anesthesia, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1978-1980.
Austin Lamont Fellow, Department of Anesthesia, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1979-1980.
Senior Fellow, National Research Service Award, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1985-1987.
Patient Safety Leadership Academy Executive Program, sponsored by Department of Surgery, University of Pennsylvania, The Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, University of Pennsylvania, 2003-2004.
Patient Safety, Leadership Academy, 1 Year Follow Up Program, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 2005-2006.
Teaching Patient Safety Principles to Residents and Other House Staff (1 day Seminar John Losber, M.D.), Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 2006-2006.
Certifications
Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners, 1976.
American Board of Anesthesiology, permanent certificate, 1980.
American Board of Anesthesiology. Voluntary recertification in Anesthesiology. Certificate number 9599 expires 12/13/2019, 2010.
The Physicians Recognition Award, American Medical Association. Valid until 1/83, 1/84, 2/87, 2/90, 1/90-2/93, 12/92-12/95, 10/95-11/98, 2/2001-2/2004, .
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Neurosurgical anesthesia
Anesthesia for otorhinolaryngology
Anesthesia for Urology
Anesthesia for Neuroradiology

Description of Other Expertise

Quality improvement in anesthesia
Anesthesia resident education

Selected Publications

Smith DS, Muravchick S: Parkinsonian symptoms during emergence from general anesthesia. University of Pennsylvania, Institute of Aging Retreat. Philadelphia, PA May 2003.

Smith DS, Melhem ER, Kofke WA: Postoperative visual loss associated with acute superior vena cava syndrome. Unincorporated International Neuroanesthesia Research Group Meeting May 2003.

Smith DS, Osborn I: Posterior Fossa: Anesthetic Consideration. Anesthesia and Neurosurgery 4th edition. Cottrell JE, Smith DS (eds.). St Louis, Mosby, Page: 335-351, 2001.

Smith DS, Osborn I: Anesthetic Management of Patients Undergoing Neuroradiologic Procedures. Anesthesia and Neurosurgery, 4th edition. Cottrell JE, Smith DS (eds.). St. Louis, Mosby, Page: 427-435, 2001.

Gottschalk A, Smith DS: New Concepts in Acute Pain Therapy: Preemptive Analgesia. Am Fam Physician 63: 1979-1984, 2001.

Cottrell J, Smith DS: Anesthesia and Neurosurgery. Mosby Yearbook Publishers, 4th edition. Cottrell J, Smith DS (eds.). 2001.

Baumgardner JE, Baranov D, Smith DS, Zager EL: Effectiveness of rapidly infused 5% albumin for the induction of hypothermia in neurosurgical patients. Anesth Analg 89: 163-169, 1999.

Gottschalk A, Smith DS, Jobes DR, Kennedy SK, Lally SE, Noble VE, Grugan KF, Seifert HB, Cheung AT, Malkowicz SB, Gutsche BB, Wein AJ: Pe-emptive epidural analgesia and recovery from radical prostatectomy. JAMA 279: 1076-1082, 1998.

Baranov D, Baumgardner J, Smith DS, Zager EL: Rapid infusion of chilled intravenous solutions is an effective method to institute mild hypothermia in neurosurgical patients. Association of University Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA May 1998.

Gottschalk A, Smith DS, Malkowicz SB, Wein AJ: Preemptive analgesia for prostatectomy, (letter, reply to Hall and Roehrborn). JAMA 280: 517-518, 1998.

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