Dr. Mark Rigby is a pediatrician practicing in Indianapolis, IN. Dr. Rigby is a doctor who specializes in the health care of children. As a pedicatrician, Dr. Rigby diagnoses and treats infections, injuries, diseases and other disorders in children. Pediatricians typically work with infants, children, teenagers and young adults up to age 21. They practice medical care as well as preventative health care. Dr. Rigby can oversee and manage the physical, mental and emotional health of their patients.
Education and Training
Univ Of Ma Med Sch- Worcester Ma 1997
University Of Massachusetts Medical School 1997
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP
- Molecular and functional diversity of the expanding GABA-A receptor gene family.
- theta, a novel gamma-aminobutyric acid type A receptor subunit.
- Characterization of a novel sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor, Edg-8.
- Heterogeneous expression of four MAP kinase isoforms in human tissues.
- Acute cyanide poisoning.
- Infusion of stably immature monocyte-derived dendritic cells plus CTLA4Ig modulates alloimmune reactivity in rhesus macaques.
- CD28/CD154 blockade prevents autoimmune diabetes by inducing nondeletional tolerance after effector t-cell inhibition and regulatory T-cell expansion.
- Endocrine issues in the pediatric intensive care unit.
- A protocolized approach to identify and manage hyperglycemia in a pediatric critical care unit.
- Hyperglycaemia results from beta-cell dysfunction in critically ill children with respiratory and cardiovascular failure: a prospective observational study.
- Pediatric procedural sedation by a dedicated nonanesthesiology pediatric sedation service using propofol.
- Pediatric critical illness hyperglycemia: risk factors associated with development and severity of hyperglycemia in critically ill children.
- A disparity between physician attitudes and practice regarding hyperglycemia in pediatric intensive care units in the United States: a survey on actual practice habits.
- The role of the physician-scientist in bridging basic and clinical research in type 1 diabetes.
- Continuous glucose monitors prove highly accurate in critically ill children.
- Johns Hopkins Univ Sch Med, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine; Johns Hopkins Univ Sch Med, Pediatrics
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