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Thomas W Conlon, MD

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

Contact information
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
3401 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104-4399
Office: 267-426-9967
Fax: 215-590-3934
Education:
BA (Science & Technology Studies)
Cornell University, 2000.
MD (Medicine)
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2006.
Post-Graduate Training
Resident, Combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 2006-2010.
Fellow, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 2010-2013.
Certifications
Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatrics, 2010.
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), 2010.
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)(Provider), 2010.
Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS), 2013.
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)(Instructor), 2013.
Basic Life Support (BLS), 2015.
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Selected Publications

Morgan RW, Yeung T, Himebauch AS, Conlon TW, Glau CL, Landis WP, Wolfe HA, Nadkarni VM, Berg RA, Kilbaugh TJ, Sutton RM, Topjian AA: Brain natriuretic peptide levels and outcomes after pediatric in-hospital cardiac arrest. Critical Care Medicine 47(1 Suppl 1), January 2019 Notes: Research Snapshot Presentation at 48th Critical Care Congress, February 2019, San Diego, CA

Weber M, Crowe R, Himebauch A, Conlon TW: Intracavitary ECG to guide repositioning of a "Flipped" PICC line. Critical Care Medicine 47(1 Suppl 1), January 2019 Notes: Poster Presentation at the 48th Critical Care Congress, February 2019, San Diego, CA.

Weber M, Himebauch A, Crowe R, Glau C, Kraus B, Madu C, Conlon TW, Davis DH.: PICC Line Insertion Education for the Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine (ACCM): Phase 3 of Bedside PICC Program Development. CHOP’s 2nd Annual Education Symposium January 2019.

Conlon TW, MD, Himebauch AS, Cahill AM, Kraus AM, Madu CR, Weber MD, Czajka CA, Baker RL, Brinkley TM, Washington MD, Frey AM, Nelson EM, Jefferies CJ, Woods-Hill CZ, Wolfe HA, Davis DH: Development and implementation of a bedside PICC service in a pediatric intensive care unit Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 20(11): 71-78, January 2019.

Glau CL, Conlon TW, Yehya N, Weiss SL, Himebauch AS, Nishisaki A: Pediatric diaphragm atrophy is associated with prolonged non-invasive support following extubation. Critical Care Medicine 47(1 Suppl 1), January 2019 Notes: STAR Research Presentation at 48th Critical Care Congress, February 2019, San Diego, CA.

Glau CL, Lin E, Conlon TW, Himebauch AS, Nishisaki A: Ultrasound assessment of diaphragm thickness and contractility in healthy pediatric patients. Critical Care Medicine 47(1 Suppl 1), January 2019 Notes: Research Snapshot Presentation at 48th Critical Care Congress, February 2019, San Diego, CA.

Ginsburg S, Conlon T, Himebauch A, Glau C, Weiss SL, O’Connor M, Nishisaki A: Prevalence of LV diastolic dysfunction and association with outcomes in pediatric sepsis. Critical Care Medicine 47(1 Suppl 1), January 2019 Notes: Research Snapshot Presentation at 48th Critical Care Congress, February 2019, San Diego, CA

Walker SB, Conlon TW, Zhang B, Mensinger J, Fitzgerald JC, Himebauch AS, Glau CL, Nishisaki A, Ranjit S, Nadkarni VM, Weiss SL: Targeting vasoactive therapies to warm versus cold pediatric septic shock. Critical Care Medicine 47(1 Suppl 1), January 2019 Notes: Research Snapshot Presentation at 48th Critical Care Congress, February 2019, San Diego, CA.

Conlon T, Kessler D, Su E: Chapter 42: Pediatrics. Point of Care Ultrasound. Nilam Soni, Robert Arntfield, Pierre Kory (eds.). Elsevir, 2nd Edition, 2018 Notes: In Press.

Himebauch AS, Yehya N, Yan W, Conlon TW, Kilbuagh TJ, McGowan FX, Mercer-Rosa L: Early right ventricular systolic dysfunction and pulmonary hypertension are associated with worse outcomes in pediatric acute respiratory distress syndrome. Critical Care Medicine 46(11): e1055-e1062, November 2018.

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Last updated: 02/07/2019
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