Soumitra R. Eachempati, M.D.

Surgical Critical Care


Minimally invasive and non-invasive diagnosis and therapy of critically ill and injured patients. SR Eachempati and PS Barie. Arch Surg 1999; 134 (11):1189-96.

Gender-based differences in outcome for septic patients admitted to the surgical intensive care unit. SR Eachempati, L Hydo, P Barie. Arch Surg 1999; 134 (12): 1342-7.

Alterations in preliminary readings on radiographic examinations minimally affect outcomes of trauma patients discharged from the emergency department. SR Eachempati, N Flomenbaum, C Seifert, E Fischer, L Hydo, and P Barie. J Trauma 2000; 49(4): 654-8.

Laparoscopic-assisted transsacral resection of mid-level rectal cancer with primary anastomosis: an initial experience. DW Weaver, SR Eachempati. Surg Endo 2000; 8:703 ff.

Interpretation of computed tomography does not correlate with laboratory or pathologic findings in surgically confirmed acute appendicitis. M Weyant, SR Eachempati, M Maluccio, D Rivadeniera, S Grobmyer, L Hydo, P Barie. Surgery 2000; 128:145-52.

Factors influencing the development of decubitus ulcers in critically ill surgical patients. SR Eachempati, LJ Hydo, PS Barie. Accepted by publication by Critical Care Medicine.

Survival after transabdominable impalement with a wooden plank: case report and a review of impalement injuries. SR Eachempati, PS Barie, RL Reed. J Trauma 1999; 47(5): 864-6.

Severity scoring in pancreatitis: a comparative analysis of the Ranson and APACHE III score. SR Eachempati, LJ Hydo, PS Barie. Accepted for publication by Archives of Surgery.

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