Shared Ventilation: Toward Safer Ventilator Splitting in Resource Emergencies.

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2020-06-02

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10.1097/aln.0000000000003410

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Cherry, Anne D, Jhaymie Cappiello, Muath Bishawi, Melanie G Hollidge and David B MacLeod (2020). Shared Ventilation: Toward Safer Ventilator Splitting in Resource Emergencies. Anesthesiology, Publish Ahead of Print. 10.1097/aln.0000000000003410 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/21179.

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Cherry

Anne Cherry

Associate Professor of Anesthesiology
Bishawi

Muath Bishawi

House Staff

I am interested in translational and biomedical engineering approaches to studying cardiovascular function and end stage heart failure.  My current work is focused on using Tissue Engineered Blood Vessels (TEBVs) to model radiation related injury to the cardiovascular function.  Additional focus includes ex-vivo modification of donor hearts to improve cardiac transplantation outcomes

My clinical research is focused on clinical outcomes after adult cardiac surgery with a focus on end stage surgical heart failure and transplantation.

Truskey Lab: http://truskeylab.pratt.duke.edu/
Milano-Bowles Lab
Duke Transplant Center
Duke Medx


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