Faculty, fellows, residents, and students have a great opportunity to engage in academic and scholarly activities within the Division of Cardiac Anesthesia at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School’s Department of Anesthesia. We consider participation in scholarly activities to be an essential component of education and faculty development.
Intra-aortic Fibrinous Sheath Detected by Echocardiography Associated with Percutaneous Ventricular Assist Device. A Kahan MD; E Pantin, M.D; D Papp MD.
A Case of Drug-refractory Sustained Ventricular Tachycardia in Cardiogenic Shock Complicating Acute Myocardial Infarction. B Patel, MD; B Raffel, DO; S. Tanaka; A Zarchin, M.D
An Intraoperative Management of a Patient with Beckers Cardiomyopathy. S. Tanaka, MD; A. Zarchin,MD; B Raffel, DO
Cardiac R&R: Recovery from Post-operative Biventricular Cardiogenic Shock with a BiVAD Holiday. A. Zarchin, MD; B. Patel,MD; S. Tanaka, MD; D. Papp, MD, B.Raffel, DO
Differential diagnosis, Intraoperative Anesthesia Management of a Rapidly Growing Right Atrial Mass on Echocardiography. S. Ibrar, MD; E. Pantin, MD; S. Mungekar, MD.
Three-Dimensional Transesophageal Echocardiography was Superior to Two-Dimensional Techniques in Guiding Catheter-Based Aspiration Thrombectomy of Massive Pulmonary Embolism. S. Mungekar, MD; A. Chiricolo, MD.
The Effect of Neuromuscular Blockade Reversal on the Incidence of Atrial Fibrillation Post Cardiac Surgery. B. Patel, MD; A. Chiricolo, MD; B. Raffel, DO.