Dr. Richard Kagan is a cosmetic medicine and surgery specialist practicing in Cincinnati, OH. Dr. Kagan specializes in the enhancement of appearance. Improving aesthetic, symmetry and proportion are key goals in cosmetic surgery. Cosmetic medicine has nothing to do with these specific areas not functioning properly; therefore, this elective field solely focuses on aesthetics and anti-aging.
Education and Training
St Louis Univ Sch of Med, St Louis Mo 1974
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS
- Skin substitutes: implications for burns and chronic wounds.
- Rhinocerebral mucormycosis in patients with burns: case report and review of the literature.
- FDA regulation of human tissue: implications for skin banks and burn centers.
- Storage media and temperature maintain normal anatomy of cadaveric human skin for transplantation to full-thickness skin wounds.
- Evaluation and treatment of thermal injuries.
- Invited editorial.
- Home oxygen therapy: adjunct or risk factor?
- Grease fryers: a significant danger to children.
- Human skin banking.
- National Burn Repository 2005: a ten-year review.
- Reversible cardiomyopathy after severe burn injury.
- A microbiologic study of enteral feeding hang time in a burn hospital: can feeding costs be reduced without compromising patient safety?
- The effect of positioning devices and pressure therapy on outcome after full-thickness burns of the neck.
- GSK-3beta activity is increased in skeletal muscle after burn injury in rats.
- Metabolism and nutrition in the burned patient.
- National Burn Repository 2006: a ten-year review.
- Can contamination of a patient's allograft be traced back to the allograft donor?
- An evaluation of the safety and efficacy of an anti-inflammatory, pulmonary
- A randomized, controlled prospective trial of zolpidem and haloperidol for use as
- Is there an increased risk of burns to Amish children?
- Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder in children with burn injuries.
- Are topical antimicrobials effective against bacteria that are highly resistant to systemic antibiotics?
- Documentation and coding of inhalation injury.
- First things first.
- Ghrelin inhibits skeletal muscle protein breakdown in rats with thermal injury through normalizing elevated expression of E3 ubiquitin ligases MuRF1 and MAFbx.
- An evaluation of the neuroendocrine response to sleep in pediatric burn patients.
- Enhancing patient safety: the effect of process improvement on bedside fluoroscopy time related to nasoduodenal feeding tube placement in pediatric burn patients.
- Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus furunculitis in the outpatient burn setting.
- Successfully changing an ICD-9 diagnosis code: the ABA experience for Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis.
- Overweight and obesity: overrepresentation in the pediatric reconstructive burn population.
- Restoring nitrogen balance after burn injury.
- Pharmacokinetics of colistin in an adolescent boy with extensive burn injury.
- Psychosocial impact of childhood face burns: a multicenter, prospective, longitudinal study of 390 children and adolescents.
- Thrombocytopenia in the pediatric burn patient.
- Update on the critical care management of severe burns.
- Sleep apnea: a risk factor for obese burned children during the rehabilitative phase of injury.
- Clinical assessment of sleep among pediatric burn patients does not correlate with polysomnography.
- The effect of ketamine administration on nocturnal sleep architecture.
- Development of a burn prevention teaching tool for Amish children.
- Pilot testing of a burn prevention teaching tool for Amish children.
- Correlation of internal jugular vein/common carotid artery ratio to central venous pressure: a pilot study in pediatric burn patients.
- Assessment of replication rates of human keratinocytes in engineered skin substitutes grafted to athymic mice.
- Multicenter testing of a burn prevention teaching tool for Amish children.
- Comparison of sleep parameters obtained from actigraphy and polysomnography during the rehabilitative phase after burn.
- A pilot review of the long-term impact of burn injury on sleep architecture in children.
- "Remember me" program: bridging the gap between hospital and school.
- Burn center journal club promotes clinical research, continuing education, and evidence-based practice.
- Quantity and quality of nocturnal sleep affect morning glucose measurement in acutely burned children.
- Amish burn ointment and burdock leaf dressings: assessments of antimicrobial and cytotoxic activities.
- The true meshing ratio of skin graft meshers.
- Preliminary assessment of zolpidem pharmacokinetics in pediatric burn patients.
- The effect of diphenhydramine on sleep in pediatric burn patients: a secondary analysis.
- Trends in bacterial wound isolates and antimicrobial susceptibility in a pediatric burn hospital.
- Relationship between zolpidem concentrations and sleep parameters in pediatric burn patients.
- Clinical safety and efficacy of probiotic administration following burn injury.
- Investigation of Bone Health Subsequent to Vitamin D Supplementation in Children Following Burn Injury.
- Clinical Trial of Vitamin D vs D Supplementation in Critically Ill Pediatric Burn Patients.
- Zolpidem and Sleep in Pediatric Burn Patients with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
- Randomized, Paired-Site Comparison of Autologous Engineered Skin Substitutes and Split-Thickness Skin Graft for Closure of Extensive, Full-Thickness Burns.
- The relationship between the percentage of circulating B cells, corticosteroid levels, and other immunologic parameters in thermally injured patients.
- Herpes simplex virus and cytomegalovirus infections in burned patients.
- The effect of burn wound size on resting energy expenditure.
- Acute electrical burns: a 10-year clinical experience.
- Serious wound infections in burned patients.
- The importance of burn wound size in determining the optimal calorie:nitrogen ratio.
- Nutrition in the burned patient.
- The effect of burn wound size on ureagenesis and nitrogen balance.
- Coumadin-induced breast necrosis.
- Pulmonary interstitial emphysema--surgical management; report of three cases.
- Development of burn outcomes and quality indicators. A project of the ABA Committee on Organization and Delivery of Burn Care.
- The 1994 Clinical Research Award. A prospective clinical study of the polysomnographic stages of sleep after burn injury.
- Pigmentation and microanatomy of skin regenerated from composite grafts of cultured cells and biopolymers applied to full-thickness burn wounds.
- The impact of the volume of neurotrauma experience on mortality after head injury.
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