Sanju Susan Samuel, MD, FAAP
Department or Service
- Texas Medical Center
Baylor College of Medicine
|Baylor College of Medicine||fellowship||Critical Care||2011|
|Wright State Univeristy – Boonshoft School of Medicine||residency||Pediatrics||2008|
|Sri Devraj Urs Medical College, Tamaka, Kolar, Bangalore, Karnataka, India||medical school||Doctor of Medicine||2000|
My primary goal is to provide the safest and best quality of care to critically ill children and their families. The most optimal care involves commitment and strong collaboration between all members of the medical team involved in the care of the child and the family.
Septic Shock, Care of critically ill Oncology/BMT patients
|American Academy of Pediatrics||Member|
|Society of Critical Care Medicine||Member|
Samuel S. Oncological Emergencies and Complications. Roger’s Textbook of Pediatric Intensive Care, 5th Edition, 2013.
Esther P Soundar Ronald Besandre Sarah K Hartman Jun Teruya and Shui-Ki R Hui. Plasma is ineffective in correcting mildly elevated PT-INR in critically ill children: A retrospective observational study.
Journal of Intensive Care 2014.
Kumara V. Nibhanipudi, MD, FAAP. FAAEM, Professor of Clinical Emerg. Medicine, NYMC, Metropolitan Hospital Center, New York, NY10029. A study to determine the usage of leukocyte esterase detection (leukocyte esterase on a test strip—Urine Multistick) from throat swab for rapid diagnosis of acute bacterial pharyngitis in children. The Internet Journal of Emergency and Intensive Care Medicine 2014.
Jessica A. Moore, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; Sanju S. Samuel. Is It Practical to Apply Moral Hazard in the Pediatric Setting? University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. American Journal of Bioethics July, Volume 16, Number 7, 2016.