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Respiratory Therapy Research

As part of Johns Hopkins Hospital’s mission to “Be the leading healthcare institution in the application of discovery,” Respiratory Care Services is committed to fostering an environment of research and innovation. Our leadership and staff are frequently invited to speak at conferences and participate in various research projects. Below is a sampling of various conference presentations and research publications from current and former members of the department.

Conference Presentations

O’Donnell H. The Role of Respiratory Therapy in Early Mobilization of ICU Patients.
Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference (The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD) 2013.

Trojanowski, M. Inhaled Nitric Oxide in Preterm Infants.
Conference by the Sea (Ocean City, MD), 2012

Janis, M. The Role of Respiratory Therapy in Early Mobilization of ICU Patients.
Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference (The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD) 2012.

Trojanowski, M. The Role of Respiratory Care in the Neurologically Devastated Infant.
Conference by the Sea (Ocean City, MD), 2010 

Conference Proceedings

Garcia, Paulette. A Case Series of Infants on APRV in the Neonatal ICU
AARC International Respiratory Congress (Orlando, Florida), 2007

Research Publications

 Trojanowski M. Transition management for respiratory care departments [abstract]. Respir Care. 2012; 57(10).

Trojanowski M, Hughes S. Initial FiO2 Requirements for Preterm Infants Receiving Surfactant in the Delivery Room vs. Preterm Infants not Receiving Surfactant in the Delivery Room [Abstract]. Respir Care. 2012; 57(10).

Taylor B, Mann SE, Bilenki A, Dorman T, Ulatowski J, Mendez-Tellez P. Establishing and implementing inhaled nitric oxide guidelines in adult intensive care units: impact on duration of iNO therapy [abstract]. Respir Care. 2007; 52(10).

Bilenki AL, Mann SE, Taylor, B. Professional development programs in respiratory care [abstract]. Respir Care. 2006; 51(10).

Hickey J, Mattare KL, Bilenki A. Manually ventilating & suctioning in-line with a SensorMedics 3100B high frequency oscillatory ventilator bench test [abstract]. Respir Care. 2006; 51(10).

Hughes A, Blake B, Woods L. Case study: a trial comparing the effectiveness of the mercury mini statco2 and the nellcor pedi-cap in the presence of endotracheally administered medications. Respir Care. 2006; 51(10).

Oldenburg G, Browning J, Bilenki A, Dwyer J, Mendez-Tellez P. Plastic bronchitis: a case study [abstract]. Respir Care. 2005; 50(10).

Bilenki AL, Dwyer JG. Auxiliary oxygen distribution systems in the hospital setting [abstract]. Respir Care. 2005; 50(10).

 

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