null Ronald Gottesman, MD
Simulation • medical education • clinical trials • expert systems
My research focuses on the clinical application of new therapies and technologies in Critical Care Medicine. I am also investigating the application of simulation-based-learning in medical education with the goal of improving patient safety. My other focus involves the application of computer assisted medical decision making and automated patien-machine interfaces.
Extent, Risk Factors, and Outcome of Fluid Overload After Pediatric Heart Surgery: Seguin J1, Albright B, Vertullo L, Lai P, Dancea A, Bernier PL, Tchervenkov CI, Calaritis C, Drullinsky D, Gottesman R, Zappitelli M Crit Care Med. 2014 Jul 28
Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor of the aortic valves causing sudden cardiac death: a case report and review of the literature: Xu B1, Fraser RS, Renaud C, Youssef S, Gottesman RD, Bernard C. Pediatr Dev Pathol. 2014 May-Jun;17(3):231-9.
The Retrospective Pre-Post – A Practical Method to Evaluate Learning from an Educational Program: Bhanji,F.,Gottesman,R.,de Grave, W.,Steinert, Y.,Winer,L. AcadEmergMed 2012 19(2) 189-94
Acute Kidney Injury is an Independent Risk Factor for Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Mortality, Longer Length of Stay and Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation in Critically ill Children: a Two-centre Retrospective Cohort Study: Alkandari,O*.,Eddington,K.*,Gottesman,R.,Zappitelli,M. Crit Care. 2011 Jun 10;15(3):R146
Pediatric Resuscitation Training – Do Medical Students Believe that it Should be a Mandatory Component of the Curriculum ?: 6. Bhanji,F.,Gottesman,R.,de Grave, W.,Steinert, Y.,Winer,L. Resuscitation. 2011 May;82(5):584-7