Durham, NC 27710
Pediatric cardiac anesthesiology
Evidence based medicine (EBM) is an approach to the teaching and practice of medicine which seeks to optimize patient outcomes and quality of life by integrating patient centered, outcomes-based clinical research with clinical expertise and patient values. EBM is an explicit, decision-making process characterized by the use of best evidence gleaned from clinical and epidemiological research. My research focus involves applying the tools of evidence-based medicine to pediatric anesthesia and pediatric critical care medicine.
Matriculation in the Duke University Masters of Health Science degree program has afforded me opportunities to become involved in the design, implementation and analysis of multi-center clinical trials in children. I am active in a number of therapeutic areas, which include sedative/analgesic drugs, cardiovascular agents, and novel therapies for sepsis and multiple organ system failure. I have participated in phase II and III multicenter clinical trials in children and have also written protocols and served on protocol development committees. I have been awarded both NIH and pharmaceutical industry funding.
This faculty member has no reported relationships with industry.
Hagen, SA; Craig, DM; Martin, PL; Plumer, DD; Gentile, MA; Schulman, SR; Cheifetz, IM. Mechanically ventilated pediatric stem cell transplant recipients: effect of cord blood transplant and organ dysfunction on outcome. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 2003;4:206-213. (2003) Abstract
Hsia, SH; Schulman, SR; Meliones, JN; Canada, AT; Chen, SC. Effects of maternal nicotine exposure on branching morphogenesis of mouse fetal lung: in vivo and in vitro studies. Acta Paediatrica Taiwanica. 2003;44:150-154. (2003) Abstract
Erb, TO; Hall, JM; Ing, RJ; Kanter, RJ; Kern, FH; Schulman, SR; Gan, TJ. Postoperative nausea and vomiting in children and adolescents undergoing radiofrequency catheter ablation: a randomized comparison of propofol- and isoflurane-based anesthetics. Anesthesia and Analgesia. 2002;95:1577-1581. (2002) Abstract
Erb, TO; Kanter, RJ; Hall, JM; Gan, TJ; Kern, FH; Schulman, SR. Comparison of electrophysiologic effects of propofol and isoflurane-based anesthetics in children undergoing radiofrequency catheter ablation for supraventricular tachycardia. Anesthesiology. 2002;96:1386-1394. (2002) Abstract
Erb, TO; Schulman, SR; Sugarman, J. Permission and assent for clinical research in pediatric anesthesia. Anesthesia and Analgesia. 2002;94:1155-1160. (2002) Abstract
Schulman, SR. Rapacuronium redux. Anesthesia and Analgesia. 2002;94:483-484. (2002) Abstract
Sharma, AD; Erb, T; Schulman, SR; Sreeram, G; Slaughter, TF. Anaesthetic considerations for a child with combined Prader-Willi syndrome and mitochondrial myopathy. Paediatric Anaesthesia. 2001;11:488-490. (2001) Abstract
Fortney, JT; Halperin, EC; Hertz, CM; Schulman, SR. Anesthesia for pediatric external beam radiation therapy. International Journal of Radiation: Oncology - Biology - Physics. 1999;44:587-591. (1999) Abstract
Schulman, SR. A cost analysis of enterally administered lorazepam in the pediatric intensive care unit "out of the orphanage". Critical Care Medicine. 1999;27:266-267. (1999) Abstract
Cheifetz, IM; Kern, FH; Schulman, SR; Greeley, WJ; Ungerleider, RM; Meliones, JN. Serum lactates correlate with mortality after operations for complex congenital heart disease. Annals of Thoracic Surgery. 1997;64:735-738. (1997) Abstract
Schulman, SR; Canada, AT; Fryer, AD; Winsett, DW; Costa, DL. Airway hyperreactivity produced by short-term exposure to hyperoxia in neonatal guinea pigs. American Journal of Physiology. 1997;272:L1211-L1216. (1997) Abstract
Abiad, MG; Cohen, E; Krellenstein, DJ; Schulman, SR; Greeley, WJ. Case 1-1995. Anesthetic management for resection of a giant pulmonary arteriovenous malformation. Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia. 1995;9:89-94. (1995) Abstract
Chai, PJ; Skaryak, LA; Ungerleider, RM; Greeley, WJ; Kern, FH; Schulman, SR; Hansell, DR; Auten, RL; Mahaffey, SF; Meliones, JN. Jugular ligation does not increase intracranial pressure but does increase bihemispheric cerebral blood flow and metabolism. Critical Care Medicine. 1995;23:1864-1871. (1995) Abstract
Kern, FH; Ungerleider, RM; Schulman, SR; Meliones, JN; Schell, RM; Baldwin, B; Hickey, PR; Newman, MF; Jonas, RA; Greeley, WJ. Comparing two strategies of cardiopulmonary bypass cooling on jugular venous oxygen saturation in neonates and infants. Annals of Thoracic Surgery. 1995;60:1198-1202. (1995) Abstract
Schulman, SR; Rockett, CB; Canada, AT; Glass, PS. Long-term propofol infusion for refractory postoperative nausea: a case report with quantitative propofol analysis. Anesthesia and Analgesia. 1995;80:636-637. (1995) Abstract
Ungerleider, RM; Kisslo, JA; Greeley, WJ; Li, JS; Kanter, RJ; Kern, FH; Schulman, SR; Nesmith, JW; Gaynor, JW; Bengur, AR. Intraoperative echocardiography during congenital heart operations: experience from 1,000 cases. Annals of Thoracic Surgery. 1995;60:S539-S542. (1995) Abstract
Schell, RM; Kern, FH; Greeley, WJ; Schulman, SR; Frasco, PE; Croughwell, ND; Newman, M; Reves, JG. Cerebral blood flow and metabolism during cardiopulmonary bypass. Anesthesia and Analgesia. 1993;76:849-865. (1993) Abstract
Schulman, SR; Jones, BR; Slotnick, N; Schwartz, MZ. Fetal tracheal intubation with intact uteroplacental circulation. Anesthesia and Analgesia. 1993;76:197-199. (1993) Abstract
Schulman, SR. Blood pressure monitoring in infants. Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing. 1991;7:280. (1991) Abstract