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Donald Crabtree

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentAnesthesiology, College of Medicine
DivisionAnesthesiology Faculty
Address4301 W.Markham
Mail Slot # 515
Little Rock AR 72205
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    Other Roles
    Multidisciplinary Intensive Care Committee
    Extracorporeal life support team member
    ICU nutrition workgroup member

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    American Society of Anesthesiologist
    Society of Critical Care Medicine
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    SCCM communications committee
    Leader ABCDE workgroup
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    Surgical Intensive Care Unit
    Operating Room

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    Residency Associate Program Director

    Graduate Medical Education Executive Committee member

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    2016 - 2017Deans resident teaching award, UAMS

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    Coordinates the curriculum for anesthesia residents

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    1. Burns LT, Beasley DA, Stevens MA, Crabtree DE, Mehaffey GR. Pectointercostal Fascial Block Catheters for Thoracic Injuries: A Case Series. A A Pract. 2018 Aug 06. PMID: 30085936.
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    2. Crabtree, Donald. PBLD 9 Stenotic Heart Valve during Pregnancy 050216. 2016.
    3. Crabtree DE, Evans, . Monitoring Technology in the Acute Care Environment. Glucose Monitoring. 2014.
    4. Dilley JD, Crabtree DE, Ghaleb A. The importance of a percutaneous trial of a spinal cord stimulator in a patient with extreme scoliosis. Pain Med. 2012 Jun; 13(6):846-7. PMID: 22494454.
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