Neethi Pinto, MD, MS

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Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Anesthesiology and Critical Care

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Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
3401 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Education:
AB (Public Policy)
Stanford University, 1994.
MD (Medicine)
Stanford University School of Medicine, 2001.
MS (Health Studies)
The University of Chicago, 2011.
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Selected Publications

Pinto NP, Srinivasan V.: If you build it, they will come…but why will they come? Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 23(7): 557-559, July 2022.

Sobtoka SA, Lynch EJ, Dholakia AV, Mayampurath A, Pinto NP: PICU Survivorship: Factors Affecting Feasibility and Cohort Retention in a Long-Term Outcomes Study. Children 9(7): 1041, July 2022.

Daughtrey H, Slain KN, Derrington S, Evans IVR, Goodman DM, Christie LM, Li S, Lin JC, Long DA, Madden MA, VandenBranden S, Smith M, Pinto NP, Maddux AB, Fink EL, Watson RS, Dervan LA: Measuring Social Health Following Pediatric Critical Illness: A Scoping Review and Conceptual Framework. Journal of Intensive Care Medicine Page: 8850666221102815, May 2022.

Rhine MA, Hegermiller EM, Kane JM, Slidell MB, Mayampurath A, McQueen AA, Mbadiwe N, Pinto NP: Mortality and PICU Hospitalization Among Pediatric Gunshot Wound Victims in Chicago. Critical Care Explorations 4(2): e0626, February 2022.

Pinto N, Topjian AA: Playing the long game: therapeutic hypothermia’s impact on quality of life after pediatric cardiac arrest Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 23(1), January 2022 Notes: Editorial.

Ista E, Redivo J, Kananur P, Choong K, Colleti J Jr, Needham DM, Awojoodu R, Kudchadkar SR;International PARK-PICU Investigators (including Pinto NP): ABCDEF Bundle Practices for Critically Ill Children: An International Survey of 161 PICUs in 18 Countries. Critical Care Medicine 50(1): 114-125, January 2022 Notes: doi: 10.1097/CCM.0000000000005168.

Keim G, Pinto NP, Christe J, Yehya N: Readmission After Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Critical Care Medicine in press 2022.

3. Pinto NP, Maddux AB (co first-authors), Dervan LA, Woodruff AG, Jarvis JM, Nett S, Kilien Ey, Graham RJ, Choong K, Luckett PM, Heneghan JA, Biagas K, Carlton EF, Hartman ME, Yagiela L, Michelson KN, Manning JC, Long DA, Lee JH, Slomine BS, Beers SR, Hall T, Morrow BM, Meert K, del Pilar Arias Lopez M, Knoester H, Houtrow A, Olson L, Steele L, Schlapbach LJ, Burd RS, Grosskreuz R, Butt W, Fink EL, Watson RS; the POST-PICU Investigators of the Pediatric Acute Lung Injury and Sepsis Investigators (PALISI) Network and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Collaborative Pediatric Critical Care Research Network (CPCCRN): A Core Outcome Measurement Set for Pediatric Critical Care. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 2022.

Killien EY, Loftis LL, Clark JD, Muszynski JA, Rissmiller BJ, Singleton MN, White BR, Zimmerman JZ, Maddux AB, Pinto NP, Fink EL, Watson RS, Lackey M, Smith. M, Ringwood M, Graham RJ for the POST-PICU and PICU-COS Investigators of the Pediatric Acute Lung Injury and Sepsis Investigators and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Collaborative Pediatric Critical Care Research Networks: Health-related quality of life outcome measures for children surviving critical illness: a scoping review. Quality of Life Research 30(12): 3383-3394, December 2021.

Frazier ME, Brown SR, O'Halloran A, Raymond T, Hanna R, Niles DE, Kleinman M, Sutton RM, Roberts J, Tegtmeyer K, Wolfe HA, Nadkarni V, Dewan M; PediRES-Q Collaborative Investigators: Risk factors and outcomes for recurrent paediatric in-hospital cardiac arrest: Retrospective multicenter cohort study. Resuscitation 169: 60-66, December 2021.

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