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Dr. Lawrence Tim Goodnough MD, Internist

Dr. Lawrence Tim Goodnough MD

Internist

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300 Pasteur Dr H1402 Stanford CA, 94305
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3/5

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Dr. Lawrence Goodnough is an internist practicing in Stanford, CA. Dr. Goodnough specializes in the medical treatment of adults. Internists can act as a primary physician or a consultant to a primary physician. They manage both common and rare diseases. Dr. Goodnough provides comprehensive care and manages treatment with surgeons as well. Internists establish long-term relationships with their patients and incorporate disease prevention and mental health care into their practice.

Education and Training

Univ of Pa Sch of Med, Philadelphia Pa 1975

Board Certification

Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM

Provider Details

MaleEnglish

Residency

  • Univ Of Al Hosp, Internal Medicine  

Publications

  • TransfusionOpen aortic valve replacement in a patient with Glanzmann's thrombasthenia2014
  • TRANSFUSIONSuccessful treatment of recurrent hyperhemolysis syndrome with immunosuppression2014
  • LancetConcepts of blood transfusion in adults.2013
  • LancetBlood magement: transfusion medicine comes of age.2013
  • CURRENT OPINION IN ANESTHESIOLOGYLogistics of transfusion support for patients with massive hemorrhage2013
  • JOURL OF THORACIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERYTransfusion outcomes in patients undergoing corory artery bypass2013
  • Best practice & research. Clinical aesthesiologyUpdate on erythropoiesis-stimulating agents.2013
  • AnesthesiologyIn reply.2013
  • TRANSFUSIONBlood ordering from the operating room: turround time as a quality indicator2013
  • ANESTHESIA AND ALGESIACurrent Status of Pharmacologic Therapies in Patient Blood Magement2013
  • TransfusionA multicenter, randomized0
  • TRANSFUSIONHow we treat: risk mitigation for ABO-incompatible plasma in plateletpheresis products2012
  • Anls of thoracic surgeryInvited commentary.2012
  • TRANSFUSION MEDICINE REVIEWSOperatiol, Quality, and Risk Magement in the Transfusion Service: Lessons Learned2012
  • TRANSFUSIONIron deficiency syndromes and iron-restricted erythropoiesis (CME)2012
  • INTERTIOL JOURL OF OBSTETRIC ANESTHESIAPostpartum hemorrhage treated with a massive transfusion protocol at a tertiary obstetric center2012
  • CRITICAL CARE CLINICSA Reappraisal of Plasma, Prothrombin Complex Concentrates2012
  • ANESTHESIOLOGYPatient Blood Magement2012
  • TRANSFUSIONUse of point-of-care testing for plasma therapy2012
  • TRANSFUSIONA novel allocation strategy for blood transfusions2012
  • TRANSFUSIONHow we treat: transfusion medicine support of obstetric services2011
  • TRANSFUSIONComplement (C1q) fixing solid2011
  • BLOODHow I treat warfarin-associated coagulopathy in patients with intracerebral hemorrhage2011
  • TRANSFUSIONQuality magement in the transfusion service: case studies in process improvement2011
  • BRITISH JOURL OF AESTHESIADetection, evaluation2011
  • BLOODDetection, evaluation, and magement of iron-restricted erythropoiesis2010
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF HEMATOLOGYErythropoiesis stimulating agents, blood transfusion, and the practice of medicine2010
  • TRANSFUSIONImpact of cytomegalovirus2010
  • Hematology / the Education Program of the American Society of HematoloRecombint factor VIIa2010
  • TRANSFUSIONLarge-dose intravenous ferric carboxymaltose injection for iron deficiency anemia in heavy uterine2009
  • SEMIRS IN HEMATOLOGYThe New Age of Iron: Evaluation and Magement of Iron-Restricted Erythropoiesis2009
  • INTERTIOL JOURL OF OBSTETRIC ANESTHESIARetrospective alysis of transfusion outcomes in pregnt patients at a tertiary obstetric center2009
  • TRANSFUSIONImproving platelet supply chains through collaborations between blood centers2009
  • TRANSFUSIONImplementation of a two-specimen requirement for verification of ABO/Rh for blood transfusion2009
  • CRITICAL CARE MEDICINEA case of no pain and no gain from blood?2009
  • CRITICAL CARE CLINICSWhy an Altertive to Blood Transfusion?2009
  • VOX SANGUINISIron overload and toxicity: the hidden risk of multiple blood transfusions2009
  • TRANSFUSIONThe role of intravenous iron in anemia magement and transfusion avoidance2008
  • CURRENT MEDICAL RESEARCH AND OPINIONImpact of clinical trial design2008
  • TURE CLINICAL PRACTICE CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINEDo preoperative anemia2008
  • LIVER TRANSPLANTATIONAlloimmunization to red blood cell antigens affects clinical outcomes in liver transplant patients2007
  • BIOLOGY OF BLOOD AND MARROW TRANSPLANTATIONA randomized double-blind trial of hydroxychloroquine for the prevention of chronic2007
  • SURGERYTransfusion triggers2007
  • CURRENT OPINION IN HEMATOLOGYRecombint factor VIIa: safety and efficacy2007
  • PHARMACOTHERAPYUpdate on transfusion medicine2007
  • TRANSFUSIONHow we treat: magement of life2007
  • ARCHIVES OF PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINEBlood magement2007
  • EXPERIMENTAL HEMATOLOGYErythropoietin and iron-restricted erythropoiesis2007
  • CURRENT OPINION IN HEMATOLOGYObjectives and limitations of bloodless medical care2006
  • TRANSFUSIONA randomized, controlled Phase III trial of therapeutic plasma exchange with fresh2006
  • ANESTHESIA AND ALGESIAAnemia screening in elective surgery: Definition, significance and patients' interests2006
  • CLINICAL THERAPEUTICSClinical benefits and risks associated with epoetin and darbepoetin in patients with chemotherapy2006
  • CURRENT MEDICAL RESEARCH AND OPINIONIdentification, diagnosis2006
  • ANESTHESIA AND ALGESIADetection, evaluation, and magement of anemia in the elective surgical patient2005
  • BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATIONReduced risk of acute GVHD following mobilization of HLA-identical sibling donors with GM-CSF alone2005
  • Anesthesiology clinics of North AmericaAutologous blood dotion.2005
  • BLOODChimerism and clinical outcomes of 110 recipients of unrelated donor bone marrow transplants who2005
  • New England jourl of medicineAnemia of chronic disease.2005
  • PharmacotherapeuticsEvidence-based and consensus recommendations for the non2005
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGYEffects of pretransplantation treatment with rituximab on outcomes of autologous stem2004
  • Anls of thoracic surgeryInvited commentary.2004
  • BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATIONSupraventricular tachyarrhythmias after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation2004
  • TRANSFUSIONTransfusion medicine service policies for recombint factor VIIa administration2004
  • BLOODTherapeutic efficacy2004
  • JOURL OF CARDIOTHORACIC AND VASCULAR ANESTHESIABlood and blood conservation: A tiol perspective2004
  • BLOODEffect of plasma exchange on plasma ADAMTS13 metalloprotease activity, inhibitor level2004
  • BIOLOGY OF BLOOD AND MARROW TRANSPLANTATIONOutcomes of adults with acute myelogenous leukemia in remission given 550 cGy of single-exposure2004
  • American jourl of medicineAnemia and its clinical consequences in patients with chronic diseases.2004
  • American jourl of medicinePrevalence and outcomes of anemia in rheumatoid arthritis: a systematic review of the literature.2004
  • Hematology / the Education Program of the American Society of HematoloJoint ASH and AABB educatiol session.2004
  • SEMIRS IN HEMATOLOGYExperiences with recombint human factor VIIa in patients with thrombocytopenia2004
  • TRANSFUSIONAutoantibody formation after alloimmunization2004
  • CRITICAL CARE MEDICINERisks of blood transfusion2003
  • BIOLOGY OF BLOOD AND MARROW TRANSPLANTATIONHydroxychloroquine for the prevention of acute graft-versus2003
  • BRITISH JOURL OF HAEMATOLOGYLong-term outcomes of allogeneic stem cell transplant recipients after calcineurin inhibitor2003
  • BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATIONLow-dose short-course intravenous ganciclovir as pre-emptive therapy for CMV viremia post allo-PBSC2003
  • TRANSFUSION MEDICINE REVIEWSPatient safety and blood transfusion: New solutions2003
  • ARCHIVES OF INTERL MEDICINEAnemia - Not just an innocent bystander?2003
  • BIOLOGY OF BLOOD AND MARROW TRANSPLANTATIONRecombint human thrombopoietin augments mobilization of peripheral blood progenitor cells2003
  • BIOLOGY OF BLOOD AND MARROW TRANSPLANTATIONPrimary amyloidosis patients with significant organ dysfunction2003
  • ZENTRALBLATT FUR CHIRURGIEAutologous blood procurement2003
  • CADIAN JOURL OF AESTHESIA-JOURL CADIEN D ANESTHESIEThe use of erythropoietin to increase red cell mass2003
  • TRANSFUSIONBloodless medicine: clinical care without allogeneic blood transfusion2003
  • LANCETTransfusion medicine: looking to the future2003
  • hematology jourlEvolution in altertives to blood transfusion.2003
  • TransfusionThe rise and fall of preoperative autologous blood dotion (editorial). Transfusion. 2001;412002
  • ONCOLOGY-NEW YORKIssues in the magement of cancer-related thrombocytopenia2002
  • INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINETreatment of critical bleeding in the future intensive care unit2002
  • JOURL OF THORACIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERYFatal thrombosis after administration of activated prothrombin complex concentrates2002
  • VOX SANGUINISIndications for red cell transfusion2002
  • VOX SANGUINISAcute normovolemic hemodilution2002
  • JOURL OF THORACIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERYPolymerized bovine hemoglobin solution2002
  • BIOLOGY OF BLOOD AND MARROW TRANSPLANTATIONLow-dose (550 cGy), single-exposure total body irradiation and cyclophosphamide: Consistent2002
  • NEW ENGLAND JOURL OF MEDICINEAnemia, transfusion, and mortality.2001
  • BLOODThrombopoietin therapy increases platelet yields in healthy platelet donors2001
  • BLOODProphylactic platelet transfusions from healthy apheresis platelet donors undergoing treatment2001
  • TRANSFUSIONPrestorage universal WBC reduction of RBC units does not affect the incidence of transfusion2001
  • American jourl of cardiovascular drugsTransfusion medicine : support of patients undergoing cardiac surgery.2001
  • BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATIONResolution of psoriasis after allogeneic bone marrow transplantation2000
  • TRANSFUSIONThe case against universal WBC reduction (and for the practice of evidence-based medicine)2000
  • Despotis, G. J., GOODNOUGH, L. T.Magement approaches to platelet-related microvascular bleeding in cardiothoracic surgery2000
  • BLOODErythropoietin, iron, and erythropoiesis2000
  • BLOODEffect of leukocyte compatibility on neutrophil increment after transfusion of granulocyte colony2000
  • Current opinion in aesthesiologyBlood conservation in patients undergoing non-cardiac surgery.2000
  • BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATIONAdverse side-effects associated with G2000
  • TRANSFUSIONClinical consequences of alterations in platelet transfusion dose: a prospective, randomized2000
  • SEMIRS IN HEMATOLOGYInnovations in allogeneic stem-cell transplantation2000
  • TRANSFUSIONWhat is a transfusion medicine specialist?1999
  • ANESTHESIOLOGYA prospective randomized comparison of three blood conservation strategies for radical1999
  • Semirs in thoracic and cardiovascular surgeryOptimal magement of bleeding and transfusion in patients undergoing cardiac surgery.1999
  • TRANSFUSIONThe value of oxygen-carrying solutions in the operative setting1999
  • TRANSFUSIONWhere does preoperative erythropoietin therapy count? A mathematical perspective1999
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGYLong-term follow-up of high-risk allogeneic peripheral-blood stem-cell transplant recipients1999
  • New England jourl of medicineTransfusion medicine. Second of two parts--blood conservation.1999
  • New England jourl of medicineTransfusion medicine. First of two parts--blood transfusion.1999
  • VOX SANGUINISA randomized trial of acute normovolemic hemodilution compared to preoperative autologous blood1999
  • VOX SANGUINISEconomic impact of donor platelet count and platelet yield in apheresis products1999
  • TRANSFUSIONPrevalence of HLA sensitization in female apheresis donors1999
  • BRITISH JOURL OF AESTHESIAControversies in autologous blood procurement1998
  • CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS AND RELATED RESEARCHOxygen carriers as blood substitutes - Past, present, and future1998
  • CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS AND RELATED RESEARCHErythropoietin therapy in the perioperative setting1998
  • CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS AND RELATED RESEARCHAcute normovolemic hemodilution1998
  • TRANSFUSIONPerioperative myocardial ischemic episodes are related to hematocrit level1998
  • BIODRUGSGuidelines for the treatment of preoperative aemia with epoetin1998
  • TRANSFUSIONThe Collaborative Hospital Transfusion Study1998
  • TRANSFUSIONCompensatory erythropoiesis during routine autologous blood dotion1998
  • TRANSFUSION SCIENCEFuture directions in utilization review: The role of transfusion algorithms1998
  • TRANSFUSIONThe specific hospital significantly affects red cell1998
  • VOX SANGUINISErythropoiesis in patients stimulated with erythropoietin: The relevance of storage iron1998
  • BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATIONTreatment of resistant mantle cell lymphoma with allogeneic bone marrow transplantation1998
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL APHERESISApheresis platelets: Emerging issues related to donor platelet count, apheresis platelet yield1998
  • ANLS OF THORACIC SURGERYErythropoietin therapy in patients undergoing cardiac operations1997
  • Scott, M. G., Kucik, D. F., GOODNOUGH, L. T., Monk, T. G.Blood substitutes: evolution and future applications1997
  • Despotis, G. J., Joist, J. H., GOODNOUGH, L. T.Monitoring of hemostasis in cardiac surgical patients1997
  • Ma, Z. M., Monk, T. G., GOODNOUGH, L. T., McClellan, A., Gawryl, M., CEffect of hemoglobin- and Perflubron-based oxygen carriers on common clinical laboratory tests1997
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGYFactors that influence the collection1997
  • CRITICAL CARE MEDICINERelationship between leukocyte count1997
  • JOURL OF THORACIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERYWhole blood heparin concentration measurements by automated protamine titration agree with plasma1997
  • ANESTHESIOLOGYEvaluation of a new point-of1996
  • THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASISMore effective suppression of hemostatic system activation1996
  • ARCHIVES OF PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINEUtilization review for red cell transfusions - Are we just going through the motions?1996
  • American jourl of medicineImproving the efficacy of preoperative autologous blood dotion in patients with low hematocrit1996
  • American jourl of medicineEvolving concepts in autologous blood procurement and transfusion1996
  • JOURL OF VASCULAR SURGERYIntraoperative salvage in patients undergoing elective abdomil aortic aneurysm repair1996
  • JOURL OF THORACIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERYRecurrent thrombosis of biventricular1996
  • Evaluation of complete blood count results from a new,0

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