Critical Care Research
The Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine is active in clinical and basic science research projects and participates in multi-institution clinical studies.
Clinical studies include:
- Procedural sedation data submission to the Pediatric Sedation Research Consortium
- Multi-institutional study: Death in the PICU/NICU: Parent and Family Functioning
- Modes of Death in the PICU
- PICFlu study garnering information from patients with respiratory failure (influenza) who were previously healthy
- Influenza vaccine effectiveness in high risk children
- RESTORE: Sedation in children with respiratory failure
- INVOS in liver transplantation
Ongoing basic science endeavors in the Critical Care Laboratory at the Batchelor Children’s Research Institute include:
- Introduction of a new pediatric model of spinal cord injury in piglets
- Development of a new pediatric model of traumatic brain injury in piglets
- Testing efficacy of potential treatments for adult SCI in collaboration with the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis.
Please click on the faculty member below to view their research profile.