Lauren Jacobs, MD
Department or Service
- Texas Medical Center
Assistant Professor, Section of Critical Care Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
|Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center||fellowship||Pediatric Critical Care||2018|
|Stony Brook University||medical school||Doctor of Medicine||2011|
I aspire to deliver evidence-based, high quality, high value care to all patients. The field of pediatrics is unique in that we, as physicians, play a role in the well being of both patient and family, so I strive to treat everyone with empathy, understanding, and compassion. I aim to foster an environment of inclusivity, utilizing a team approach with all staff members and sub-specialists to achieve the best possible outcomes for our critically ill patients.
My clinical interests include acute liver failure, transplantation medicine, the application of extracorporeal support to the critically ill patient, sepsis, and care for the medically complex pediatric patient with multi-organ failure.
Acute Liver Failure
Biomarker discovery and application
|Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society||Member|
|American Board of Pediatrics||Member|
|Society of Critical Care Medicine||Member|
Jacobs L and Chima RS (2016). Intensive care outcomes for hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients: more of the same. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 17(3): 272-273.
Jacobs L and Wong HW (2016). Emerging infection and sepsis biomarkers: will they change current therapies? Expert Rev Anti Infect Ther 14(10): 929-941.
Jacobs L and Wong HW (2017). Sepsis sub-classes: be careful of what you wish for. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 18(6): 591-592.
Jacobs L, Wong HR, Menon K. Corticosteroids for adjunctive treatment in pediatric sepsis and acute respiratory distress syndrome. In: Mastropietro CW and Valentine KM, editors. Pediatric Critical Care: Current Controversies In Press, 2018.
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