Sam Cemaj, MD, FACS

Samuel Cemaj 

Associate Professor, Department of Surgery
University of Nebraska Medical Center
983280 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-3280, USA
Phone: 402-559-5248
Fax: 402-559-6749

Curriculum Vitae

Graduate: National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico
Residency:

 Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA

Fellowship:

Surgical Critical Care Fellowship at Duke University Durham, NC
Transplant Surgery at University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburg, PA

Board Certification:

American Board of Surgery General Surgery
American Board of Surgery Surgical Critical Care

Academic Appointment:

Associate Professor of Surgery

Sub-Specialty

 Trauma/Critical Care

 

Publications:

  • Jawa RS, Young DH, Stothert JC, Yetter D, Dumond R, Shostrom VK,Cemaj S, Rautiainen RH, Mercer DW. Farm Machinery Injuries: A 15-year Experience at an Urban Joint Trauma Center System in a Rural State.   J Agromedicine. 2013;18(2):98-106. Abstract
  • Jawa RS, Young DH, Wagner M, Yetter D, Shostrom V, Cemaj S, Nelson L, Ramey R, Sorensen M, Schwedhelm M, Mercer DW, Stothert J. Two Hospitals with One Trauma System: A joint Approach to the care of the Injured Patient Am J Surg 4/2012 454-60 Abstract 
  • Gupta H, Gupta PK, Fang X, Miller WJ, Cemaj S, Forse RA, Morrow LE. Development and Validation of a Risk Calculator Predicting Postoperative Respiratory Falure. Chest. 11/2011: 1207-15 Abstract
  • Natarajan B, Gupta PK, Cemaj S, Sorensen M, Hatzoudis GI, Forse RA. FAST Scan: Is It Worth Doing in Hemodynamically Stable Blunt Trauma Patients? Surgery. 10/2010: 695-700 Abstract
  • Bathla L, Davies E, Fitzgibbons RJ Jr, Cemaj S. Timing of Traumatic Lumbar Hernia Repair: is Delayed Repair Safe? Report of Two Cases and Review of the Literature. Hernia. 4/2011: 205-9 Abstract
  • Upadhyaya PK, Chava S, Bin-Sangheer S, Sudan R, Mittal SK, Cemaj S. Delayed Rupture of a Splenic Artery Pseudoaneurysm After Biliopancreatic Diversion. Obes Surg. 8/2008: 890-2 Abstract
  • Nelson BS, Heiskell LE, Cemaj S, O'Callaghan TA, Koller CE. Traumatically Injured Jehovah's Witnesses: A Sixteen Year Experience of Treatment and Transfusion Dilemmas at a Level I Trauma Center. J Trauma. 10/1995: 681-5 Abstract

 

 

 

 

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