John E. Fiadjoe, MD John Fiadjoe, MD, is an attending anesthesiologist in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at CHOP. Appointments and Referrals: 1-800-TRY-CHOP (1-800-879-2467) Education and Training Medical SchoolMD - Northwestern University, Chicago, ILInternshipGeneral Surgery - Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, ILResidencyAnesthesiology - State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NYFellowshipPediatric Anesthesiology - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PAAdditional TrainingResearch Scholar in Urology - Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL Board CertificationAnesthesiology Titles and Academic Titles Attending AnesthesiologistAssistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Departments and Services Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care MedicineGeneral Anesthesiology Publications Papers2015Fiadjoe J, Hirschfeld M, Wu S, Markley J, Gurnaney H, Jawad AF, Stricker P, Kilbaugh T, Ross P, Kovatsis P: A randomized multi-institutional crossover comparison of the GlideScope® Cobalt Video laryngoscope to the flexible fiberoptic bronchoscope in a Pierre Robin manikin. Paediatr Anaesth Apr 2015.Stricker P, Gastonquay M, Singh D, Fiadjoe J, Sussman E, Pruitt E, Goebel T, Zuppa A: Population pharmacokinetics of Ïµ-aminocaproic acid in adolescents undergoing posterior spinal fusion surgery. Br. J. Anaesth Jan 2015.Tariq R, Nishisaki A, Fiadjoe J, Tathod S, Kritzer D, Deutsch E: Evaluating the Mechanics of Laryngoscopy: A Review. Journal of Clinical Engineering Jan 2015.2014Graciano A, Tamburro R, Thompson A, Fiadjoe J, Nadkarni V, Nishisaki A.: Incidence and associated factors of difficult tracheal intubations in pediatric ICUs: a report from National Emergency Airway Registry for Children: NEAR4KIDS. Intensive Care Med Nov 2014.Stricker P, Fiadjoe J: Anesthesia for craniofacial surgery in infancy. Anesthesiol Clin 32(1): 215-235, Mar 2014.Fiadjoe J, Kovatsis P: Videolaryngoscopes in pediatric anesthesia: What's new? Minerva Anestesiol 80(1): 76-82, Jan 2014.2013Fiadjoej J, Stricker P: The GlideScope and the Bonfils is it the device, the operator or both? Pediatr Anaesth 23: 673, June 2013.Stricker P, Zuppa A, Fiadjoe J, Maxwell L, Sussman E, Pruitt E, Goebel T, Gastonguay M, Taylor J, Bartlett S, Schreiner M: Population pharmacokinetics of epsilon-aminocaproic acid in infants undergoing craniofacial reconstruction surgery. Br J Anaesth 110: 788-799, May 2013.Stricker P, Lin E, Fiadjoe J, Sussman E, Pruitt E, Zhao H, Jobes D: Evaluation of central venous pressure monitoring in children undergoing craniofacial reconstruction surgery. Anesth Analg 116: 411-419, Feb 2013.Fiadjoe J, Litman R: In reply: Flexible bronchoscopy still the definitive standard for airway management. Anesthesiology 118(2): 463, Feb 2013.Abstracts2013 Fiadjoe J, Hirschfeld M, Wu S, Markley J, Gurnaney H, Jawad A, Stricker A, Kilbaugh T, Ross P, Kovatsis P : A prospective randomized multi-institutional crossover study comparing the GlideScope® Cobalt video laryngoscope to the flexible fiberoptic bronchoscope in the AirSim Pierre Robin infant manikin. ASA Annual Meeting 2013 August 2013. Wong R, Fiadjoe J: SVT refractory to adenosine following craniectomy for saggital synostosis. Society For Pediatric Anesthesia Annual Meeting 2013 March 2013. Chiao F, Fiadjoe J, Stricker P, Gurnaney H, McCloskey J, Ganesh A: Ultrasound guided tracheal intubation: A novel intubation technique. Society For Pediatric Anesthesia Annual Meeting 2013 March 2013. BooksChapters 2015 Stricker P, Fiadjoe J, Litman R: Neonatal Airway Management. Neonatal Anesthesia. Springer, Jan 2015. 2014 Stricker PA, Fiadjoe J, Kilbaugh TJ: Pediatric difficult Airway management: Principles and approach in the critical care environment. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine: Vol. 1 Care of the Critically Ill or Injured Child Springer, Page: 329-343, 2014 Notes: 2nd Edition. Posters and PresentationsInvited lectures 2015 "The Difficult Infant Airway" Pediatric Academic Society Meeting, San Diego, California, April 2015. "Neonatal Airway Management", Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting 2015, San Diego, California, April 2015 "Difficult Conventional Laryngoscopy: Lessons Learned from the PeDI [Pediatric Difficult Intubation] Multicenter Registry" Society For Pediatric Anesthesia National Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, March 2015 "Feasibility of Combined Videolaryngoscopy and Fiberoptic Intubation for the pediatric difficult airway: a multicenter analysis from the Pediatric Airway Registry (PeDIR)", Society For Pediatric Anesthesia National Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, March 2015. Role of supraglottic airways for the pediatric difficult airway: a multicenter analysis from the Pediatric Difficult Airway Group (PediR) Phoenix, Arizona, March 2015. "The use of the Glidescope videolaryngoscope in the difficult pediatric airway: a â€¨ multicenter analysis from the Pediatric Difficult Intubation (PeDi) Registry", March 2015. "Cases from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia QI Database" Anesthesia Camp, Destination CME, Grand Cayman, January 2015. "The Child With a Challenging Airway" Anesthesia Camp, Destination CME, Grand Cayman, January 2015. "Adventures in pediatric ENT" Anesthesia Camp, Destination CME, Grand Cayman, January 2015. "Pediatric Emergencies" Anesthesia Camp, Destination CME, Grand Cayman, January 2015. 2014 "Infant Airway Management, Lessons Learned from the PeDi Registry", State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York, November 2014. "Pediatric Difficult Airway Management" University of Pennsylvania Department of Emergency Medicine, September 2014. "A.V.A.D.- A Simple Approach to the Child with a Difficult Airway", Society For Pediatric Anesthesia Airway Workshop, March 2014. 2013 "Anesthesia for Craniofacial Surgery", Video Lecture Comprehensive Review of Pediatric Anesthesiology, October 2013. "Difficult Airway Database: A New Collaborative Project", International Symposium On The Pediatric Airway, Denver, CO, June 2013. "Young Experts Panel", The Society For Pediatric Anesthesia, Las Vegas, NV, March 2013. "The Approach to the Difficult Pediatric Airway", The Society For Pediatric Anesthesia, Las Vegas, NV, March 2013. Awards and Honors 2014, Winning Proposal "Three-dimensional Printing for Individualized Pediatric Care and Medical Simulation" DreamIT Open Canvas2014, Winning Design, Society for Technology in Anesthesia Engineering Challenge2004, Distinguished Scientist Award, State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY2004, Outstanding Performance in Graduate Education, State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY2004, Outstanding Resident of the Year, State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY2003-2004, Administrative Chief Resident, State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY1995, Academic Achievement Award, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD Editorial and Academic Positions Editorial Positions 2009-present , British Journal of Anesthesia - Referee2009-present, Journal of Clinical Anesthesia - Referee2009-present, Minerva Anestesiologica - Referee2007-present, Anesthesia & Analgesia - Referee Leadership and Memberships Memberships in Professional Organizations International 2007-present, Society for Airway Management2006-present, Society for Technology in Anesthesia2005-present, International Anesthesia Research Society National 2011-present, American Board of Anesthesiology (Associate Board Examiner)2005-present, Society for Pediatric Anesthesia2002-present, American Society of Anesthesiologists Patient Experience Ratings About the Patient Experience Rating System The Patient Experience Rating is an average of all responses to the care provider related questions shown below from our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. 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