Joseph Stothert, MD, PhD, FACS

Dr. Joseph Stothert

Professor, Department of Surgery
Section of General Surgery
University of Nebraska Medical Center
983280 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-3280, USA
Phone: 402-559-8884
Fax: 402-559-6749

Curriculum Vitae

Graduate: MD - St. Louis University Hospital, Department of Surgery, St. Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
PhD - Pulmonary Physiology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Residency: St. Louis University Hospitals
Fellowship: N.I.H. Burn/Trauma, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Board Certification: American Board of Surgery
American Board of Surgery Surgical Critical Care
Academic Appointment: Professor of Surgery
Other Appointments: Medical Director for Trauma, The Nebraska Medical Center
Sub-Specialty: Trauma and Critical Care
Research Interests: Trauma
Pulmonary Injury Models
Pulmonary Physiology
Injury Prevention
Pre-hospital Education

Publications: 

  • Jawa RS, Young DH, Stothert JC, Kulaylat MN, Landmark JD. Transfusion-Associated Graft Versus Host Disease in the Immunocompetent Patient: An Ongoing Problem. J Intensive Care Med. 6/2013 Abstract
  • Jawa RS, Young DH, Stothert JC, Yetter D, Dumond R, Shostrom VK, Cemaj S, Rautianen RH, Mercer DW. J Agromedicine. 2013: 98-106 Abstract
  • Jawa RS, Young DH, Nelson L, Wagner M, Cemaj S, Sorensen M, Schwedhelm M, Yetter D, Ramey R, Mercer D, 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
  • Jawa RS, Warren K, Young D, Banks S, Nelson L, Wagner M, Stothert J. Impact of routine duplex surveillance on venous thromboembolic disease in trauma patients. JSR 2010; 158 (2): 422.
  • Aufderheide, T.P., Lick, C.M., Myers, B., Romig, L.A., Stothert, J.C., Yannopoulos, D., Barnard, J., Vartanian, L., Implementing the 2005 American Heart Associate Guidelines and use of the impedance threshold device improves outcome from out of the hospital cardiac arrest. Submitted to Circulation 12/09.
  • Aufderheide, T.P., Alexander, C., Lick, C., Myers, B., Romig, L., Vartanian, L., Stothert, J., McKnite, S., Matsuura, T., Yannopoulos, D., Lurie, K.: From Laboratory science to six emergency medical services systems: New understanding of the physiology of cardiopulmonary resuscitation increases survival rates after cardiac arrest, Critical Care Med: 36, No. 11 (suppl.), 2008 S397-S404. Abstract
  • Stothert, J., Hatcher, T., Love, J., Gupton, C., Brewer, J.: Prehospital cardiac arrest and the outcome performance of the low energy rectilinear biphasic waveform. Prehospital Emergency Care 8:388-392, 2004.

For full collection of articles: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=%22stothert+jc%22

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