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Amit Agarwal

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentPediatrics, College of Medicine
DivisionPeds Pulmonary
Address ACH Administration
1900 Maryland Street
Mail Slot # 512-17
Little Rock AR 72202
Phone501-364-1006
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    Other Roles
    Associate Program Director Pediatric pulmonary fellowship Program
    Medical Director Chronic ventilation Program Arkansas Childrens hospital
    Co Director Arkansas Aero Digestive Program
    Co director Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension Clinic

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    This physician is a UAMS College of Medicine faculty member who provides pediatric patient care at Arkansas Children's Hospital. In addition, a wide range of pediatric services are provided in more than 35 subspecialties around Arkansas in locations such as the Schmieding Developmental Center in Springdale and the James L. Dennis Developmental Center in Little Rock. To make an appointment at Arkansas Children's hospital, please call 501-364-4000. Amit Agarwal


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    Society Of Pediatric Research
    American College of Chest Physician

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    Medical Director Chronic ventilator service line at Arkansas children's Hospital

    Associate Program Director for PediatricPulmonary Fellowship program

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    2013 - 2017America's Top Doctors for Pediatric Pulmonology, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.

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    1. Prodhan P, Agarwal A, ElHassan NO, Bolin EH, Beam B, Garcia X, Gaies M, Tang X. Tracheostomy Among Infants With Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Undergoing Cardiac Operations: A Multicenter Analysis. Ann Thorac Surg. 2017 Apr; 103(4):1308-1314. PMID: 27865477.
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    2. Agarwal A, Zhang W, Kuo Y, Sharma G. Process and Outcome Measures among COPD Patients with a Hospitalization Cared for by an Advance Practice Provider or Primary Care Physician. PLoS One. 2016; 11(2):e0148522. PMID: 26910566; PMCID: PMC4765888.
    3. Agarwal A, Marks N, Wessel V, Willis D, Bai S, Tang X, Ward WL, Schellhase DE, Carroll JL. Improving knowledge, technical skills, and confidence among pediatric health care providers in the management of chronic tracheostomy using a simulation model. Pediatr Pulmonol. 2016 07; 51(7):696-704. PMID: 26681655.
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    4. Pai V, Singh S, Moss M, Bower C, Carroll J, Agarwal A. Peanuts: it is not always allergies. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2015 Apr; 54(4):393-5. PMID: 25669918.
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    5. Agarwal A, Willis D, Tang X, Bauer M, Berlinski A, Com G, Ward WL, Carroll JL. Transition of respiratory technology dependent patients from pediatric to adult pulmonology care. Pediatr Pulmonol. 2015 Dec; 50(12):1294-300. PMID: 25652000.
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    6. Willis, Denise RRT-NPS, Agarwal, Amit, Bauer, Martin MD, Berlinski, Ariel MD, Com, Gulnur MD, Tang, Xinyu PhD, Ward, Wendy PhD, Carroll, John MD. Transition of Respiratory Technology-Dependent Patients from Pediatric to Adult Pulmonology. American Association for Respiratory Care. 2013.
    7. Gupta P, McDonald R, Goyal S, Gossett JM, Imamura M, Agarwal A, Butt W, Bhutta AT. Extubation failure in infants with shunt-dependent pulmonary blood flow and univentricular physiology. Cardiol Young. 2014 Feb; 24(1):64-72. PMID: 23328580.
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    8. Nolder AR, Agarwal A, Howard E, Richter GT. Ectopic thymus presenting as a retropharyngeal mass: surgical approach. Ear Nose Throat J. 2013 Jan; 92(1):41-3. PMID: 23354892.
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    9. Richter, Gresham T, Agarwal, Amit, Gibbons, Troy, O'Neill, Ashley. Establishing A Pediatric Aerodigestive Center. SENTAC - Society for Ear, Nose and Throat Advances in Children. 2013.
    10. O'Neill, Ashley, Agarwal, Amit, Gibbons, Troy, Richter, Gresham T. Aspiration in Children with Prader-Willi Syndrome. SENTAC - Society for Ear, Nose and Throat Advances in Children. 2013.
    11. Carroll,JL, Kim,I. C.A. Nurse et al. (eds.), Arterial Chemoreception: From Molecules to Systems. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 2012.
    12. Carroll JL, Agarwal A, Donnelly DF, Kim I. Purinergic modulation of carotid body glomus cell hypoxia response during postnatal maturation in rats. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2012; 758:249-53. PMID: 23080169.
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    13. Agarwal A. ATP Inhibits Carotid Body Glomus Cell Hypoxia Response via P2Y12 receptors. 2011.
    14. Carroll JL, Agarwal A. Development of ventilatory control in infants. Paediatr Respir Rev. 2010 Dec; 11(4):199-207. PMID: 21109177.
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    15. D. Yang, I. Kim, J.L. Carroll. Purinergic Modulation of Carotid Body Glomus Cell Hypoxia Response During Postnatal Development In Rats. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2010; 181(A4187).
    16. Agarwal, A. Barriers to research during residency in a community hospital - Survey - IRB approved study. Michigan State University forum. 2008.
    17. Agarwal, A, Aggarwal, Sanjeev, Thomas, J.L., Ecuyer, Richard. A safe alternative for sedation in pediatric echocardiography lat. Pedatric Academic Society. 2008.
    18. Agarwal, A, Mittal S K. Fluid and electrolyte management in acute diarrhea. Indian Journal of Practical Pediatrics. 2004; 6(2):131-139.
    19. Agarwal, Amit, Anita Khalil, MD. Lipid profile, lipoprotein a Lp(a) and apo B in children of young parents suffering from CAD. Coronary Artery Disease Postgraduate Thesis. 2002.
    20. Agarwal A. Purinergic autoreceptor modulation of CB glomus cell responses to hypoxia. Developmental Aspects.
    21. Agarwal, A, Shilpa Hegde, Rober Fiser. Acute eosinophilic pneumonia in a 16 year old boy.
    22. Agarwal, Amit. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.
    23. Amit Agarwal, Insook Kim, John L. Carroll. ATP inhibits carotid body glomus cell hypoxia response via P2Y12 receptors. Arkansas Biosciences Institute - Fall Research Symposium.
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