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Jonathan Cohen, MD
Locations: Moffitt Cancer Center
Jonathan Cohen, MD is an Assistant Member in the Department of Anesthesiology at Moffitt Cancer Center. Dr. Cohen received his MD from the University of South Florida College of Medicine. He completed his Anesthesiology Residency and Fellowship in Critical Care at the University of South Florida in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. Dr. Cohen was previously employed at Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates.
Education & Training
- Critical Care Medicine
- University of South Florida - Critical Care
- University of South Florida - Anesthesiology Clinical Scientist Track
- University of South Florida - MD
- Cohen JB, Patel SY. Getting to Zero Patient Harm: From Improving Our Existing Tools to Embracing a New Paradigm. Anesth Analg. 2020 Feb.130(2):547-549. Pubmedid: 31764161.
- Zhang Y, Escher AR, Cohen JB, Liu J. Anesthetic Management of Right Single-lung Ventilation in a Patient with Anomalous Left Superior Pulmonary Venous Return for Left Pulmonary Lobectomy. Cureus. 2019 Sep.11(9):e5780. Pubmedid: 31723539. Pmcid: PMC6825499.
- 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. 2019 Oct.35(2):246-253. Pubmedid: 31637778.
- Cohen JB, Hirschi MR, Patel SY, Liu J. Non-thoracic Source of Bleeding During Left-sided Thoracic Surgery. Cureus. 2019 May.11(5):e4593. Pubmedid: 31309018. Pmcid: PMC6609276.
- Escher AR, Cohen JB. Anaphylaxis Induced by Sugammadex in a Patient with Papillary Serous Carcinoma of the Uterine Adnexa Undergoing Exploratory Laparotomy. Cureus. 2019 Jan.11(1):e3871. Pubmedid: 30899622. Pmcid: PMC6414298.
- Ackerman RS, Cohen JB, Getting REG, Patel SY. Are you seeing this: the impact of steep Trendelenburg position during robot-assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy on intraocular pressure: a brief review of the literature. J Robot Surg. 2019 Feb.13(1):35-40. Pubmedid: 30047103.
- Serdiuk A, Khalil F, Cohen JB. Images in Anesthesiology: An Unexpected Embolism during a Craniotomy. Anesthesiology. 2016 Mar.124(3):721. Pubmedid: 26288269.
- Cohen JB, Flowers CR. A Plethora of Novel Therapies--Which One to Choose?. Oncology (Williston Park). 2015 Jul.29(7):499-500. Pubmedid: 26178343.
- Cohen JB. Bone cement embolism. Anesthesiology. 2012 Aug.117(2):407. Pubmedid: 22388069.
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