Sowdhamini S. Wallace, DO, MS
Department or Service
- Texas Medical Center
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Baylor College of Medicine
|Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine||medical school||Doctor of Osteopathy||2004|
|University Hospitals Health System||internship||Pediatrics||2005|
|Rainbow Babies and Childrens Hospital||residency||Pediatrics||2007|
|The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston- School of Medicine||masters||Masters of Science in Clinical Research||2017|
I strive to provide high quality, evidence-based care for my patients that incorporates parent and patient values into decision-making.
I am a pediatric hospitalist and focus all of my clinical time on the management of conditions affecting hospitalized children.
My research interests include common conditions affecting hospitalized children, including management of fever in the neonate and urinary tract infections. I have also conducted research involving evidence based medicine curricula for various learner groups and have developed methods to increase the research capacity within our Pediatric Hospital Medicine section.
|Academic Pediatric Association||Member of Subcommittee on Research and special interest group for Evidence Based Practice|
|American Academy of Pediatrics||Fellow; Member of the AAP Section on Hospital Medicine|
Wallace SS, Mahmood N, Williams J, Cruz A, Macias C, Quinonez R, Orth R. Renal Ultrasound for Infants Younger than 2 Months with Febrile Urinary Tract Infection. American Journal of Roentology 2015; 205(4): 895-8.
Wallace SS, Lopez MA, Caviness AC. Impact of Enterovirus Testing on Resource Use in Febrile Young Infants: A Systematic Review. Hospital Pediatrics Feb 2017; 7(2): 96-102.
Wallace SS, Brown DN, Cruz AT. Prevalence of Concomitant Acute Bacterial Meningitis in Neonates with Febrile Urinary Tract Infection: A Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study. The Journal of Pediatrics May 2017.
Vachani JG, McNeal-Trice K, Wallace SS. Current Evidence on the Evaluation and Management of Fever Without a Source in Infants Aged 0-90 Days: A Review. Reviews on Recent Clinical Trials 2017; 12(4): 240-245.
Foradori DM, Lopez MA, Hall M, Cruz A, Markham J, Colvin J, Nead J, Queen MA, Raphael J, Wallace SS. Invasive Bacterial Infections in Infants Young Than 60 Days with Skin and Soft Tissue Infections. Pediatric Emergency Care Aug 2018.
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