Haresh M Kirpalani

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Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Pediatrics

Contact information
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Division of Neonatology
2nd Floor, Room 2415
34th Street and Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-590-1653
Fax: 215-590-3051
Education:
BM
Southhampton University Medical School, 1976.
FRCS Pt1
Southampton University Medical School, 1978.
MRCP (Pediatrics (by exam))
Royal Colleges, London, 1982.
FRCP
Royal Colleges, Canada, 1985.
FRCP
Royal Colleges, London, 1998.
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Description of Itmat Expertise

Neonatal randomized trials: blood transfusions, forms of ventilation;
also clinical studies in neonatal lung injury, bronchopulmonary dysplasia. Finally, ethics and decison-making in newborn medicine.

Selected Publications

Williams C, Gibson J, Laupacis A, Kirpalani H: Are virtues practical? Refining a framework for approaching ethical issues at end-of-life in the neonatal intensive care unit. Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Vancouver May 29 2014

Williams, C; Gibson, J; Laupacis, A; Kirpalani, H: ARE VIRTUES PRACTICAL? AN INTERPROFESSIONAL VIRTUE-BASED FRAMEWORK FOR APPROACHING ETHICAL ISSUES AT END-OF-LIFE IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT American Society for Bioethics and Humanities. San Diego October 18 2014.

DeMauro Sara B, Cairnie Janice, D'Ilario Judy, Kirpalani Haresh, Schmidt Barbara: Honesty, Trust, and Respect During Consent Discussions in Neonatal Clinical Trials. Pediatrics Jun 2014.

Foglia Elizabeth E, Kirpalani Haresh, DeMauro Sara B: Long-Term Respiratory Morbidity in Preterm Infants: Is Noninvasive Support in the Delivery Room the Solution? The Journal of pediatrics May 2014.

Constance Williams, MD, PhD(c)1,2, Jennifer Gibson, PhD2, Janice Cairnie, RN1, Andreas Laupacis, MD, MSc2 and Haresh Kirpalani, BM, MSc3: AN ORGANIZATIONAL ETHICS MODEL OF ROLES, CHALLENGES, AND QUALITY INDICATORS OF END-OF-LIFE CARE IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (NICU) Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Vancouver May 30 2014.

Ghavam Sarvin, Batra Dushyant, Mercer Judith, Kugelman Amir, Hosono Shigeharu, Oh William, Rabe Heike, Kirpalani Haresh: Effects of placental transfusion in extremely low birthweight infants: meta-analysis of long- and short-term outcomes. Transfusion 54(4): 1192-8, Apr 2014.

Jensen Erik A, Munson David A, Zhang Huayan, Blinman Thane A, Kirpalani Haresh: Anti-gastroesophageal reflux surgery in infants with severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia. Pediatric pulmonology Apr 2014.

Demauro Sara B, Dysart Kevin, Kirpalani Haresh: Stopping the swinging pendulum of postnatal corticosteroid use. The Journal of pediatrics 164(1): 9-11, Jan 2014.

Demauro Sara B, D'Agostino Jo Ann, Bann Carla, Bernbaum Judy, Gerdes Marsha, Bell Edward F, Carlo Waldemar A, D'Angio Carl T, Das Abhik, Higgins Rosemary, Hintz Susan R, Laptook Abbot R, Natarajan Girija, Nelin Leif, Poindexter Brenda B, Sanchez Pablo J, Shankaran Seetha, Stoll Barbara J, Truog William, Van Meurs Krisa P, Vohr Betty, Walsh Michele C, Kirpalani Haresh: Developmental Outcomes of Very Preterm Infants with Tracheostomies. The Journal of pediatrics Jan 2014.

Constance Williams, MD, PhD(c)1,2, Jennifer Gibson, PhD2, Janice Cairnie, RN1, Andreas Laupacis, MD, MSc2 and Haresh Kirpalani, BM, MSc3 : AN ORGANIZATIONAL ETHICS MODEL OF ROLES, CHALLENGES, AND QUALITY INDICATORS OF END-OF-LIFE ARE IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (NICU) PAS 2014.

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