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Texas Medical Center

Critical Care
Phone: 832-826-6230


6651 Main Street
MC E1420
Houston, TX 77030

Asma Razavi, MD

Clinical Quality Lead for Cardiac ICU

Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine


School Education Degree Year
Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles Fellowship Pediatric Critical Care 2014
Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles Residency Pediatrics 2011
St. Peter’s University Hospital Internship Pediatrics 2009
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Medical University, MD Medical School Doctor of Medicine 2006


Clinical Interests:

Patient care, Quality Improvement, Process Improvement, Outcomes based studies

Research Interests:

Mechanical circulatory support, anticoagulation in various mechanical support devices, Role of iNO on ischemic reperfusion injury, Hemodynamic outcomes based on clinical exam compared to objective monitoring tools


Organization Name Role
ACTION Workgroup Member, anticoagulation group and mechanical support groups
American Academy of Pediatric Member
Pediatrics Cardiac Intensive Care Society Member

Selected Publications

Razavi, A. Critical appraisal of: Torgersen C, Luckner G, Schröder DC, Schmittinger CA, Rex C, Ulmer H, Dünser MW. Concomitant arginine-vasopressin and hydrocortisone therapy in severe septic shock: association with mortality. Intensive Care Med 2011; 37: 1432-1437. In The PedsCCM Evidence-\Based Journal Club, January 29, 2013. Available from:

Razavi, A. Critical appraisal of: Puskarich MA, Trzeciak S, Shapiro NI, Arnold RC, Horton JM, Studnek JR, Kline JA, Jones AE. Association between timing of antibiotic administration and mortality from septic shock in patients treated with a quantitiative resuscitation protocol. Crit Care Med 2011; 39.

(9): 2066-2071. In The PedsCCM Evidence-Based Journal Club, January 29, 2013. Available from:

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