Dr. Jay Steingrub is a critical care surgeon practicing in Springfield, MA. Dr. Steingrub specializes in the needs of critically ill surgical patients. Critical care surgeons are experts in treating physiologic responses to tissue injury from trauma, burns, infections, acute inflammation, operation and more. They are also trained to know how such injuries interact with other diseases that a patient may have. As a critical care surgeon, Dr. Steingrub has a broad knowledge base and full understanding of the biology of the critically ill patient and the patients organ system functions.
Education and Training
Suny-Hlth Sci Ctr At Syracuse, Coll of Med, Syracuse Ny 1977
University at Buffalo State University of New York School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences 1977
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM
- Bioelectrical impedance monitoring: is this a bull market for electric utilities?
- Small bowel necrosis associated with early postoperative jejunal tube feeding in a trauma patient.
- Early indicators of prolonged intensive care unit stay: impact of illness severity, physician staffing, and pre-intensive care unit length of stay.
- An exploratory study using data envelopment analysis to assess neurotrauma patients in the intensive care unit.
- Steroids and drotrecogin alfa (activated) for severe sepsis.
- Pregnancy-associated severe liver dysfunction.
- Adding up the zeros.
- Multicenter validation of a computer-based clinical decision support tool for glucose control in adult and pediatric intensive care units.
- Activated protein C and hospital mortality in septic shock: a propensity-matched analysis.
- Therapeutic impact of pulmonary artery catheterization in a medical/surgical ICU.
- Clinical assessment of hemodynamic values in two surgical intensive care units. Effects on therapy.
- Crack-induced rhabdomyolysis.
- Amniotic fluid embolism associated with castor oil ingestion.
- Delirium tremens with meningismus.
- A method for predicting survival and mortality of ICU patients using objectively derived weights.
- Usefulness of pulmonary artery catheterization in the ICU.
- Treatment of hypophosphatemia.
- Blood glucose and neurologic outcome with global brain ischemia.
- Chest Society Cecile Lehman Mayer Research Award
- 2008 Weinberg Family Prize for Academic Excellence
- 1986 Fellow American College of Physicians (FACP)
- 1988 Fellow American College of Chest Physicians (FCCP)
- Rochester Gen Hosp, Internal Medicine
- Rochester General Hospital 1977
- Rochester General Hospital Program
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