Dr. Daniel Jon Ostlie M.D.
Surgeon (Pediatric) | Pediatric Surgery2401 Gillham Rd Kansas City MO, 64108
Dr. Daniel Ostlie practices Pediatric Surgery in Kansas City, MO. Dr. Ostlie treats children who have an illness, injury, or disease that requires surgery. Some of the surgical problems seen by pediatric surgeons are often quite different from those commonly seen by adult or general surgeons. Dr. Ostliediagnoses, treats, and manages childrens surgical needs such as abnormalities of the groin in childhood and, surgical repair of birth defects, surgical care of tumors, transplantation operations, and endoscopic procedures.
Education and Training
Univ Of Nd Sch Of Med- Grand Forks Nd 1994
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS
- Life supporting function for over one month of a transgenic porcine heart in a baboon.
- Omphalocele in three generations with autosomal dominant transmission.
- The parental perspective regarding the contralateral inguinal region in a child with a known unilateral inguinal hernia.
- Bilateral congenital diaphragmatic hernia with absent pleura and pericardium.
- Biobrane versus duoderm for the treatment of intermediate thickness burns in children: a prospective, randomized trial.
- Laparoscopic patch repair of diaphragmatic hernias with Surgisis.
- Thoracoscopic repair of esophageal atresia and tracheoesophageal fistula: a multi-institutional analysis.
- A simple and more cost-effective antibiotic regimen for perforated appendicitis.
- Open versus laparoscopic pyloromyotomy for pyloric stenosis: a prospective, randomized trial.
- A review of vascular surgery in the pediatric population.
- VACTERL anomalies in patients with esophageal atresia: an updated delineation of
- The initial experience of antithrombin III in the management of neonates with necrotizing enterocolitis.
- The use of laparoscopy in the management of nonpalpable undescended testes.
- Adhesive small bowel obstruction after appendectomy in children: comparison between the laparoscopic and open approach.
- Laparoscopic duodenal atresia repair using surgical U-clips: a novel technique.
- Anorectal hamartoma in a neonate: a unique anorectal mass.
- Treatment of bronchopleural fistula with small intestinal mucosa and fibrin glue sealant.
- Does routine nasogastric tube placement after an operation for perforated appendicitis make a difference?
- Justification for an abbreviated protocol in the management of blunt spleen and liver injury in children.
- Pyloric stenosis: from a retrospective analysis to a prospective clinical trial - the impact on surgical outcomes.
- Presumed appendiceal abscess discovered to be ruptured Meckel diverticulum following percutaneous drainage.
- The progressive development of pyloric stenosis: a role for repeat ultrasound.
- Single daily dosing ceftriaxone and metronidazole vs standard triple antibiotic regimen for perforated appendicitis in children: a prospective randomized trial.
- Financial impact of in-house attending surgeon: a prospective study.
- Open vs laparoscopic repair of congenital duodenal obstructions: a concurrent series.
- Successful percutaneous drainage of duodenal hematoma after blunt trauma.
- Laparoscopic intragastric stapled cystgastrostomy of pancreatic pseudocyst in a child.
- Predictors of emesis and time to goal intake after pyloromyotomy: analysis from a
- An evidence-based definition for perforated appendicitis derived from a prospective randomized trial.
- Review of the evidence on the management of blunt renal trauma in pediatric patients.
- Thoracoscopic decortication vs tube thoracostomy with fibrinolysis for empyema in children: a prospective, randomized trial.
- Massive bilateral nephromegaly in acute lymphoblastic leukemia: a case report.
- Laparoscopic gastric transposition with cervical esophagogastric anastomosis for long gap pure esophageal atresia.
- Perforated Meckel's diverticulum in a micropremature infant and review of the literature.
- The role of laparoscopy in the management of malrotation.
- Short-term natural history of the standard approaches for gastrostomy tube placement in the pediatric patient.
- Infarction of an epiploic appendage in a pediatric patient.
- The safety of laparoscopy in pediatric patients with ventriculoperitoneal shunts.
- A review of venovenous and venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in neonates and children.
- Stomal complications in the newborn with necrotizing enterocolitis.
- Traumatic lumbar hernia in a child.
- Physiologic predictors of postoperative abscess in children with perforated appendicitis: subset analysis from a prospective randomized trial.
- Accuracy of computed tomography in predicting appendiceal perforation.
- Initial laparoscopic appendectomy versus initial nonoperative management and interval appendectomy for perforated appendicitis with abscess: a prospective, randomized trial.
- Influence of histamine receptor antagonists on the outcome of perforated appendicitis: analysis from a prospective trial.
- A review of single site minimally invasive surgery in infants and children.
- Single-incision laparoscopic surgery and the necessity for prospective evidence.
- A complete course of intravenous antibiotics vs a combination of intravenous and oral antibiotics for perforated appendicitis in children: a prospective, randomized trial.
- Nonoperative management of blunt renal injury: a need for further study.
- Should we be concerned about jejunoileal atresia during repair of duodenal atresia?
- Outcomes of laparoscopic and open total colectomy in the pediatric population.
- The current state of evidence-based pediatric surgery.
- Outcome of congenital diaphragmatic hernia repair depending on patch type.
- Laparoscopic management of small bowel obstruction in children.
- Prospective validation of an abbreviated bedrest protocol in the management of blunt spleen and liver injury in children.
- The lack of efficacy for oral contrast in the diagnosis of appendicitis by computed tomography.
- Experience with pilonidal disease in children.
- The impact of postoperative abscess formation in perforated appendicitis.
- Outcomes in children with hypoplastic left heart syndrome undergoing open fundoplication.
- Diagnosis of gastroesophageal reflux disease in infants.
- Single incision versus standard 3-port laparoscopic appendectomy: a prospective randomized trial.
- Single-site umbilical laparoscopic appendectomy.
- The necessity for prospective evidence for single-site umbilical laparoscopic surgery.
- Outcomes of perforated appendicitis in obese and nonobese children.
- Intrapericardial foreign bodies in the pediatric trauma population.
- Epidural vs patient-controlled analgesia for postoperative pain after pectus excavatum repair: a prospective, randomized trial.
- Utility of pH/multichannel intraluminal impedance probe in identifying operative patients in infants with gastroesophageal reflux disease.
- Impact of body habitus on single-site laparoscopic appendectomy for nonperforated appendicitis: subset analysis from a prospective, randomized trial.
- The minimally invasive approach to appendectomy: is less better?
- Laparoscopic repair of incarcerated congenital diaphragmatic hernias presenting beyond the newborn period.
- Irrigation versus suction alone during laparoscopic appendectomy for perforated
- Need for subsequent fundoplication after gastrostomy based on patient characteristics.
- To drain or not to drain: an analysis of abscess drains in the treatment of appendicitis with abscess.
- The prevalence of Hirschsprung disease in premature infants after suction rectal biopsy.
- Follow up of prospective validation of an abbreviated bedrest protocol in the management of blunt spleen and liver injury in children.
- Patient and parental scar assessment after single incision versus standard 3-port laparoscopic appendectomy: long-term follow-up from a prospective randomized trial.
- Protocol versus ad libitum feeds after laparoscopic pyloromyotomy: a prospective randomized trial.
- Minimally invasive pediatric inguinal hernia repair.
- Pediatric laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair: a review of the current evidence.
- National trends in pediatric blunt spleen and liver injury management and potential benefits of an abbreviated bed rest protocol.
- Histologic analysis of the hernia sac: current practices based on a survey of IPEG members.
- Incidence and outcomes of unexpected pathology findings after appendectomy.
- Nursing preference of topical silver sulfadiazine versus collagenase ointment for treatment of partial thickness burns in children: survey follow-up of a prospective randomized trial.
- Is routine chest radiograph necessary after chest tube removal?
- Evolution in management of adolescent blunt aortic injuries--a single institution 22-y experience.
- JLAST--celebrating 25 years.
- Optimal timing of congenital diaphragmatic hernia repair in infants on extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.
- 25th anniversary state-of-the-art expert discussion with Carroll McWilliams Harmon, MD, PhD, on single-site surgical techniques--past, present, and future.
- 25(th) Anniversary state-of-the-art expert discussion With Mark L. Wulkan, MD, on the evolution of pediatric obesity surgery.
- 25(th) anniversary state-of-the-art expert discussion with Steven S. Rothenberg, MD, on the evolution of thoracic surgery.
- 25th Anniversary State-of-the-Art Expert Discussion With George W. Holcomb, MD, on the Evolution of Minimally Invasive Surgery Techniques with a Close-Up on Laparoscopic Fundoplication.
- 25(th) Anniversary State-of-the-Art Expert Discussion With Ralph C. Cohen, MBBS, BMedSci, MS, FRACS, on the Advances of Surgical Practice in Pediatric Urology.
- 25(th) Anniversary State-of-the-Art Expert Discussion With John J. Meehan, MD, FACS, on Robotics.
- 25th Anniversary State-of-the-Art Expert Discussion With Todd A. Ponsky, MD, FACS, on the Advances of Surgical Practice in Pediatric Hernia Repair.
- The anatomic findings during operative exploration for non-palpable testes: A prospective evaluation.
- Parental and Volunteer Perception of Pyloromyotomy Scars: Comparing Laparoscopic, Open, and Nonsurgical Volunteers.
- A call for a standardized definition of perforated appendicitis.
- Complications in common general pediatric surgery procedures.
- Hiatal and paraesophageal hernia repair in pediatric patients.
- Undescended testicle associated with spigelian hernia.
- Mayo Grad Sch Med/Mayo Fndn, General Surgery; L A Co-Usc Med Ctr, General Surgery
- Chldns Mercy Hospital and Clinics
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- What Is Hydrocele Repair?
Hydrocele repair is a surgical process that aims to correct the swelling of the scrotum that occurs as a result of hydroceles. A hydrocele is a painless buildup of fluid around the testicles. Fluid buildup causes the scrotum and the groin area to swell. This swelling can make you uncomfortable even...
- Understanding Hernia and Hernia Surgery
Feeling pain and swelling in the groin region can be a very unpleasant experience, especially when the pain gets worse when you cough or lift heavy objects. Experiencing these symptoms might signify the presence of groin hernia. A groin hernia is usually referred to in medical terms as an inguinal...
- What Can I Expect After Undergoing Laparoscopic Hernia Repair?
In laparoscopic hernia repair, the surgeon makes a small incision in or just under your umbilicus and inserts a narrow tube to pump carbon dioxide into your abdomen. The gas lifts organs and other tissue, allowing a good view of your internal structures. The surgeon then inserts a telescope-like...
- What Is an Orchiopexy Surgery?
Orchiopexy is a surgical procedure that corrects the position of undescended testicles inside the scrotum. Orchiopexy is performed to male children to correct cryptorchidism, a medical term used for any undescended testicles. Orchiopexy can also be performed to male adults or adolescents, which may...
- What Are the Risks of Hydrocelectomy
Hydrocelectomy, also called hydrocele repair, is a surgical procedure that aims to remove or repair a hydrocele, a sac of fluid that forms around a testicle, causing swelling and pain.Hydrocelectomy is like all other surgeries—risky, and one may get hurt during the procedure, react to the...
- An Appendectomy for Appendicitis
Appendicitis is the inflammation of the appendix, a tube-like extension attached to the large intestine. The appendix has no known function, but one thing for certain is that one can live without it with no apparent consequences.Appendicitis is a life and death kind of matter and should be treated...
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