Shiu-Ki (Rocky) Hui, MD
Department or Service
Medical Director of Blood Bank and Pheresis
Texas Children's Hospital
Program Director, Blood Bank/Transfusion Medicine, Texas Children's Hospital
Associate Professor, Pathology & Immunology and Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine
|Medical College of Wisconsin||fellowship||Blood Banking/Transfusion Medi||2010|
|University of Chicago Hospitals||residency||Anatomic & Clinical Pathology||2008|
|University of Illinois College of Medicine||medical school||Doctor of Medicine||2005|
Dr. Hui specializes in transfusion medicine and coagulation. He covers the blood bank and coagulation services and serves as a consultant for the apheresis service. Dr. Hui's scope of clinical services is a direct reflection of his research interest in congenital and acquired bleeding disorders especially von Willebrand Diseases and transfusion managements of these patients. He is also actively involved in projects on evidence base transfusion practice and blood management. He is currently participating in several collaborative research projects with investigators from Department of Pediatrics, Department of Hematology and Oncology and Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
|College of American Pathologists||Member|
|International Society for Thrombosis and Hemostasis||Member|
Teruya, J, Hensch, L, Bruzdoski, K, Adachi, I, Losos, M, Hui, SK, Kostousov, V. Monitoring of bivalirudin therapy in children on extracorporeal circulatory support devices – thromboelastometry vs routine coagulation testing. Artificial Organs 2017.
Shamshirsaz AA, Fox KA, Erfani H, Clark SL, Shamshirsaz AA, Nassr AA, Sundgren NC, Jones JA, Anderson ML, Kassir E, Salmanian B, Buffie AW, Hui SK, Espinoza J, Tyer-Viola LA, Rac M, Karbasian N, Ballas J, Dildy GA, Belfort MA. Outcomes of Planned Compared With Urgent Deliveries Using a Multidisciplinary Team Approach for Morbidly Adherent Placenta. Obstet Gynecol 2018 Feb;131(2):234-241.
Hashmi SK, Velasquez MP, Yee DL, Hui SK, Mahoney D Jr, Srivaths LV. Pediatric Acquired von Willebrand Syndrome in Cardiopulmonary Disorders: Do Laboratory Abnormalities Predict Bleeding Risk? J Pediatr Hematol Oncol 2017 Mar;39(2):121-125.
Quinn K, Quinn M, Moreno C, Soundar E, Teruya J, Hui SK. Neonatal transfusion models to determine the impact of using fresh red blood cells on inventory and exposure. Blood Transfusion 2015.
Soundar EP, Besandre R, Hartman SK, Teruya J, Hui SR, Plasma is ineffective in correcting mildly elevated PT-INR in critically ill children: a retrospective observational study, Journal of Intensive Care 2014.
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