Posters

Chagnon*.  LVEF and Resuscitation in Sepsis. ACCP 2019.

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Dykes*.  Pressor Discontinuation.  ASHP 2019.

Dykes

 

 

 

 

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Halbig*. ATII in Shock.  ACCP Virtual 2020.

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Halbig*.  ATII in Shock.  GSHP 2020.

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Hawkins.  Propofol in TTM.  ACCP 2019.

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*indicates mentored student/resident work

Jones*.  CHF and Sepsis.  ASHP 2018.

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Jones*.  CHF and Sepsis.  GSHP 2019.

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Miller*.  Pressor Perception Survey. ACCP 2019.

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Sikora Newsome.  CHF and Sepsis.  CTSC 2019.

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Wilson*.  Body Habitus and Resuscitation.  ACCP 2019.

 

 

 

 

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Manuscripts, Awards and Grants

Hemodynamics Manuscripts

Prescribing of Pressor Agents in Septic Shock: A Survey of Critical Care Pharmacists
Susan E. Smith, Andrea Sikora Newsome, Randall L. Tackett
https://doi.org/10.1177%2F8755122519846164

Clinical controversy over vasopressin in septic shock: a survey of critical care pharmacists
Susan E. Smith, *Meredith Fuchs, Andrea Sikora Newsome, Randall L. Tackett
https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0018578720946751

Hemodynamics Awards

Recipient of Student Travel Award | ACCP Critical Care PRN, Oct 2019
The impact of body habitus on resuscitation practices in critically ill adults
Mentors: Susan Smith, William Anthony Hawkins

Best Student Poster Award | GSHP Spring Meeting, Apr 2020
Real world experiences with angiotensin II in refractory shock
Student: Zachary Halbig
Mentors: Andrea Sikora Newsome, Susan Smith

Hemodynamics Grants

University of Georgia College of Pharmacy Foundation Funds Seed Grant.  Utilization of vasoactive agents for septic shock: a national survey of pharmacists.  PI: Susan E. Smith.  Collaborating Investigator: Andrea Sikora Newsome.  $4,000. Duration: January 2018– June 2018.

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