Jayant Pratap, MB, BChir, MRCPCH, FRCA
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MB BChir – Distinction in Medicine, University of Cambridge Clinical School, Cambridge, UK
BA (Hons) Natural Sciences (Biochemistry) – First Class King’s College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
Pratap JN (2020). Left ventricular assist device. In: Diaz-Berenstain L & Spaeth J, eds. Congenital Cardiac Anesthesia: A Case-based Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (in press).
Tseng SY, Anixt JS, Heydarian HC, Pratap JN, Kuan L, Radhakrishnan R, Schapiro M, Vannest J, Kuan L, Williamson B, Kadis DS (2019). Structural volumetric changes on neuroimaging in Fontan patients. CHOP Pediatric Cardiology Meeting, Huntington Beach, CA
Liu L, Ni, Y, Beck AF, Brokamp C, Kanjia M, Pratap JN (2019). Geospatial analysis to understand pediatric surgery cancellation. American Medical Informatics Association –Clinical Informatics, Atlanta, GA
Shah M, Pratap JN, Kreeger R, Klein T (2019). Hypoglycemia-associated cardiac arrest. Congenital Cardiac Anesthesia Society Annual Meeting, Houston, TX
Liu L, Ni, Y, Beck AF, Brokamp C, Kanjia M, Pratap JN (2019). Geospatial analysis to understand pediatric surgery cancellation. Society for Pediatric Anesthesia/American Academy of Pediatrics Winter Meeting, Houston, TX
Thornton L, Lam J, Pratap JN (2019). Anesthetic management of a neonate with severe unrepaired Ebstein’s anomaly and CHARGE syndrome undergoing emergent exploratory laparotomy. Society for Pediatric Anesthesia/American Academy of Pediatrics Winter Meeting, Houston, TX
Liu L, Zhang N, Ni Y, Pratap JN (2019). Leveraging electronic health record data to predict surgery cancellation. Society for Pediatric Anesthesia/American Academy of Pediatrics Winter Meeting, Houston, TX
Honor awarded by University of Cincinnati Anesthesia Residency Program
Prizes awarded by University of Cambridge
Prizes awarded by King’s College, University of Cambridge
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