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Glenn Joseph Robert Whitman, M.D.
Director of Cardiovascular Surgical Intensive Care Unit/Adult Heart Transplant
Associate Professor of Surgery
Expertise: Cardiac Surgery, Cardiac Transplant, Critical Care, Heart Transplant
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The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Appointment Phone: 410-955-2800
600 N. Wolfe Street
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- Director of Cardiovascular Surgical Intensive Care Unit/Adult Heart Transplant
- Associate Professor of Surgery
- MD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (1979)
- Pennsylvania Hospital / General Surgery (1984)
- University of Colorado Health Sciences Center / General Surgery (1986)
- University of Colorado Health Sciences Center / Cardiothoracic Surgery (1988)
- American Board of Thoracic Surgery / Thoracic Surgery (1989)
Research & Publications
Selected PublicationsWhitman GJR, Chance B, Bode H, Maris J, Haselgrove J, Kelley R, Clark BJ, and Harken AH. Diagnosis and therapeutic evaluation of a pediatric case of cardiomyopathy using phosphorus-31 nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. J Amer Coll Cardiol 5:745-749, 1985.
Whitman GJR and Harken AH. Nuclear magnetic resonance and cardiovascular surgery. Surg Clin NA 65:497-508, 1985.
Whitman GJR, Keival RS, Brown JM, Grosso MA, Harken AH. Optimal hypothermic preservation of arrested myocardium in isolated perfused rabbit hearts: A P31 NMR study. Surgery 105:100-108, 1989.
Fullerton DA, Kirson LE, St Cyr JA, Kinnard T, Whitman GJR. The influence of (H+) versus pC02 on pulmonary vascular resistance following cardiac surgery. J Thorac & Cardiovasc Surg 106(3): 528-26, 1993.
Crestanello JA, Kamelgard J, Lingle D, Mortensen SA, Rhode M, Whitman GJR. Elucidation of a tripartite mechanism underlying the improvement in cardiac tolerance to ischemia by coenzyme Q10 pretreatment. J Thorac & Cardiovasc Surg 111:444-450,1996.
Whitman GJR, Hart JC, Crestanello JA, Hayden A, Spooner TH. Uniform safety of beating heart surgery using the octopus tissue stabilizing system. J Card Surg 14:323, 1999.
Whitman G, Cowell V, Parris K, McCullough P, Howard T, Gaughan J, Karavite D, Kennedy M, McInerney, Rose C Prophylactic antibiotic utilization: hardwiring of physician behavior, not education, leads to compliance J Am Coll Surg. 2008;207:88-94.
Murphy M, Whitman I, Moxey L, Campfield A, Haddad M, Whitman G. Intense Implementation of a Strict Insulin Infusion Protocol Does Not Guarantee Postoperative Glycemic Control The Surgical Forum, October 2009
Whitman GJR and DiSesa VJ: Coronary artery disease and ventricular aneurysms. In: Greenfield LJ, Mulholland MW, Oldham KT, and Zelenock GB (eds), Surgery: Scientific Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott,1997, pp. 1534-1550.
Gupta D., Whitman GJR: Acquired cardiac disorders. In Modern Surgical Care: Physiological Foundations 3rd Edition. Miller TA, Rowlands BJ (eds). St. Louis: Quality Medical Publications, 2006