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Andrew Serdiuk, DO
Education & Training
- Johns Hopkins Hospital - General Surgery
- University of South Florida - General Surgery
- University of South Florida - Anesthesiology
- Midwestern University, Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine - DO
- Serdiuk AA, Urman RD, Engwall S. Leading in Complex Organizations: Proceedings of the Association of Anesthesia Clinical Directors (AACD) Annual Perioperative Summit, 2020. J Clin Anesth. 2020 Nov.66:109965. Pubmedid: 32623258.
- Carr MJ, Sun J, Cohen JB, Liu J, Serdiuk AA, Stewart SR, Doobay N, Duclos A, Seal DA, Choi J, Zager JS. Over 12 Years Single Institutional Experience Performing Percutaneous Hepatic Perfusion for Unresectable Liver Metastases. Cancer Control. 2020 Jan.27(1). Pubmedid: 33372814.
- Ackerman RS, Tufts CW, DePinto DG, Chen J, Altshuler JR, Serdiuk A, Cohen JB, Patel SY. How Sweet Is This? A Review and Evaluation of Preoperative Carbohydrate Loading in the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Model. Nutr Clin Pract. 2020 Apr.35(2):246-253. Pubmedid: 31637778.
- Liu J, Nahrwold DA, Serdiuk AA, Koontz DB, Fontaine JP. Intraoperative Goal-Directed Anesthetic Management of the Patient with Severe Pulmonary Hypertension. Am J Case Rep. 2019 Jul.20:998-1001. Pubmedid: 31292431. Pmcid: PMC6640173.
- Serdiuk AA, Urman RD. Quality, cost and teamwork: Adding the human element to perioperative services. Proceedings of the Association of Anesthesia Clinical Directors (AACD) Annual Perioperative Summit, 2019. J Clin Anesth. 2019 Dec.58:55-56. Pubmedid: 31078913.
- Serdiuk AA, Urman RD, Seong SA, Tsai MH, Dutton RP, Lajam C, Haynes GR, Carollo DS, Jacques PS, Hirsch JA. Aligning Anesthesiology and Perioperative Services with Value-Based Care: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association of Anesthesia Clinical Directors (AACD). J Clin Anesth. 2018 Nov.50:76-77. Pubmedid: 30005295.
- Patel SY, Edwards DA, Boulware DC, Serdiuk A, Cook SJ, Benson K, Rice MJ. A novel approach to improving efficiency and cost saving in preoperative blood preparation. Transfusion. 2017 Dec.57(12):3035-3039. Pubmedid: 28940392.
- Serdiuk A, Khalil F, Cohen JB. Images in Anesthesiology: An Unexpected Embolism during a Craniotomy. Anesthesiology. 2016 Mar.124(3):721. Pubmedid: 26288269.
- Serdiuk AA, Bosek V. An adult patient with Klippel-Feil syndrome presenting for repeat operation: a cautionary tale of the GlideScope. J Clin Anesth. 2012 May.24(3):238-241. Pubmedid: 22495084.
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