Howard S Nearman, MD, MSE, MBA

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Department: Anesthesiology and Critical Care

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Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care
University of Pennsylvania Medical Center
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Education:
BS (Computer Science)
Case Western Reserve University, 1970.
MD
Case Western Reserve University, 1976.
MSE (Biomedical Engineering)
Case Western Reserve University, 1976.
MBA
Case Western Reserve University, 1991.
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Selected Publications

Nearman Howard, Klick John C, Eisenberg Paul, Pesa Nicholas: Perioperative complications of cardiac surgery and postoperative care. Critical Care Clinics 30(3): 527-55, Jul 2014.

Hassan E, Fontaine D K, Nearman H S: Therapeutic considerations in the management of agitated or delirious critically ill patients. Pharmacotherapy 18(1): 113-29, Jan-Feb 1998.

Rowbottom JR, Nearman HS: Fluid replacement: crystalloids, colloids and hemoglobin substitutes. Progress in Anesthesiology Page: 315-336, 1996.

Nearman H S, Popple C G: How to transfer a postoperative patient to the intensive care unit. Strategies for documentation, evaluation, and management. The Journal of Critical Illness 10(4): 275-80, Apr 1995.

Nearman HS, Shuck JM: Basic surgical techniques. Basic Surgery. Polk H, Gardner B, Stone H (eds.). Quality Publishing, Page: 965-982, 1995.

Nearman HS, Shuck J: The technique of peritoneal lavage. The Journal of Critical Illness 9(1): 191-7, January 1994.

Nearman HS, Herman ML, Clay W, Hutton MC: A new technology for continuous intra-arterial blood gas monitors. Anesthesiology 79(34): A565, Sepember 1993.

Nearman HS, Fukamachi K, Herman Ml, Hutton MC, Clay W: A new method for continuous intra-arterial blood gas monitoring. Critical Care Medicine 21(4): S216, April 1993.

Ontell S J, Nearman H S: Failure of clinical signs to confirm intravascular placement of a central venous catheter. Journal of Clinical Monitoring 9(1): 71, Jan 1993.

Nearman HS, Shuck JS: Basic surgical techniques. Basic Surgery. Polk H, Gardner B, Stone H (eds.). Quality Publishing, Page: 870-884, 1993.

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