Pediatric Critical Care Research
Investigators in the Division of Pediatric Critical Care at NYU Langone have diverse scholarly interests and conduct research in patient safety, quality improvement, medical education, as well as translational and clinical research to help discover new treatments and develop new procedures to improve the health of critically ill children.
The division is working toward advances in a variety of areas that affect critical care, including pharmacokinetics, sepsis, influenza, neurocritical care, and neuromonitoring.
In addition, other areas of focus to improve patient outcomes include pediatric sepsis, early mobilization, delirium, effective use of ultrasound, prevention of unplanned extubations, and improvements in communication and patient handoffs.
Characteristics and Outcomes of US Children and Adolescents With Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) Compared With Severe Acute COVID-19
JAMA. 2021 Mar 16; 325:1074-1087
Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) and retropharyngeal edema: A case series
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology. 2021 Mar 04; 144:110667
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in U.S. Children and Adolescents
New England journal of medicine. 2020 Jul 23; 383:334-346
Identifying Caregiver Needs for Children With a Tracheostomy Living at Home
Clinical pediatrics. 2020 Jul 16; 9922820941209
Oxygenator impact on voriconazole in extracorporeal membrane oxygenation circuits [Meeting Abstract]
ASAIO journal. 2019 September-October; 30
Outcomes and Adverse Effects With Peramivir for the Treatment of Influenza H1N1 in Critically Ill Pediatric Patients
Journal of pediatric pharmacology & therapeutics : JPPT. 2019 Nov-Dec; 24:497-503
Association of Pediatric Resident Physician Depression and Burnout With Harmful Medical Errors on Inpatient Services
Academic medicine. 2019 Aug ; 94:1150-1156
I-PASS Mentored Implementation Handoff Curriculum: Frontline Provider Training Materials
MedEdPORTAL : the journal of teaching & learning resources. 2020 Jun 22; 16:10912