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Mitchell L Weinstein, MD

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

Contact information
Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care
3400 Spruce Street, 6 Dulles
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Education:
BS (Biochemistry)
City University of New York, 1993.
MD (Doctor of Medicine)
Medical University of South Carolina, 1997.
Certficate (Health Care Innovation)
University of Pennsylvania, 2017.
MS (Health Care Innovation)
University of Pennsylvania, 2019.
Post-Graduate Training
General Surgical Internship, Kansas University Medical Center, 1997-1998.
Neurological Surgery, Kansas University of Medicine, 1998-1999.
Anesthesiology Resident, Kansas University Medical Center, 2000-2002.
Certifications
American Board of Anesthesiology, 2004.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Neuroanesthesia
Orthopedic Anesthesia
Regional Anesthesia
Acute Pain

Selected Publications

Mitchell Weinstein, MD: SNACC Periscope Podcast - "Anesthetic Neurotoxicity: A Primer – Dr. Jerrold Lerman" Society of Neuroscience, Anesthesia and Critical Care. SNACC, June 2016.

Mitchell Weinstein, MD: SNACC Periscope Podcast "Brain Death – Eelco Wijdicks, MD" Society of Neuroscience, Anesthesia and Critical Care SNACC, April 2016.

Jason D. Walls MD, Mitchell L. Weinstein MD, Joshua H. Atkins MD, PhD: Essentials of Neurosurgical Anesthesia & Critical Care: Strategies for Prevention, Early Detection, and Successful Management of Perioperative Complications. Textbook. Springer, 2016 Notes: Capter 2 Neuroendocrine Physiology: Fundamentals and Common Syndromes.

Mitchell Weinstein, MD: Essence of Anesthesia Practice, 4th Edition. Textbook Chapter. Lee Fleisher, MD (eds.). Elsevier, 2016 Notes: Traumatic Brain Injury.

Borckardt JJ, Reeves ST, Weinstein M, Smith AR, Shelley N, Kozel FA, Nahas Z, Byrne KT, Morgan K, George MS: Significant analgesic effects of one session of postoperative left prefrontal cortex repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation: a replication study. Brain Stimulation 1(2): 122-7, Apr 2008.

Borckardt JJ, Smith AR, Reeves ST, Weinstein M, Kozel FA, Nahas Z, Shelley N, Branham RK, Thomas KJ, George MS: Fifteen minutes of left prefrontal repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation acutely increases thermal pain thresholds in healthy adults. Pain Research and Management: The Journal of the Canadian Pain Society = journal de la société canadienne pour le traitement de la douleur 12(4): 287-90, 2007.

Borckardt JJ, Weinstein M, Reeves ST, Kozel FA, Nahas Z, Smith AR, Byrne TK, Morgan K, George MS: Postoperative left prefrontal repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation reduces patient-controlled analgesia use. Anesthesiology 105(3): 557-62, Sep 2006.

Weinstein M, Borckardt JJ, Reeves ST, Barry A, Byrne TK, Morgan, KA: Effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on postoperative pain: a preliminary study. International Anesthesia Research Society May 2006.

Borckardt JJ, Smith AR, Weinstein M, Reeves ST, Gibert S, Barry A, Kozel FA, George MS: Effects of left prefrontal TMS on laboratory, neuropathic and post-operative pain. American College of Neuropsychopharmacology December 2005.

Robinson A, Weinstein ML, Lindenmayer GE, Buse MG: Effects of diabetes and hyperglycemia on the hexosamine synthesis pathway in rat muscle and liver. Diabetes 44(12): 1438-46, Dec 1995.

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