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David E. Liston, MD, MPH

David E. Liston, MD, MPH

Anesthesia, Pain Medicine

On staff since August 2010

Academic Title: Assistant Professor

Research Center: Center for Clinical and Translational Research

    • Brynn Fairbanks, AK 04.04.12

      This is an amazing indavidual, he did such a great job doing his best to make my daughter comfortable before surgery. Even though it is very hard to do, as she has had many tramatic Pre-Op experiences. Thank you so much for listening to my concerns as her mom, and for making her trip to the OR this time a much different experience for her.

    • Tham S
      Anesthesia in patients with asthma, bronchiolitis and other respiratory diseases
      Update in Anaesthesia – Education for Anaesthetists Worldwide (a publication of the World Federation of Societies of Anesthesiologists), http://www.wfsahq.org/resources/update-in-anaesthesia (published on-line w/ in print edition pending) , 2015
    • David E. Liston, MD, MPH, Liston DE, Jimenez N
      Promoting research in pediatric anesthesiology
      Rev Colomb Anestesiol , 2014 : 42(2)120-23
    • Jimenez N
      Promoting research in pediatric anesthesiology
      Rev Colomb Anestesiol , 2014 : 42(2)120-23
    • David E. Liston, MD, MPH, Liston DE, Richards M
      Veno-arterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (VA ECMO) to facilitate combined pneumonectomy and tracheoesophageal fistula repair
      24119673 J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth , 2013 Oct. 8
    • David E. Liston, MD, MPH, Meyers J, Hunyady A, Liston DE
      Airway education of non-anesthesia providers: an integrated curriculum at one pediatric hospital
      American Academy of Pediatrics Newsletter - Section on Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine , 2013
  • Presentations Title Event Location Date
    Stages of Anesthesia Seattle Childrens Hospital, invited lecturer, IR Nurses Staff Meeting Seattle, WA Oct. 2013
  • Grant Title Grantor Amount Award Date
    A Prospective Randomized Comparative Study of Patient-Controlled Analgesia, Epidural Catheters and Lumbar Plexus Catheters to Provide Analgesia after Pediatric Hip Surgery Seattle Childrens Center for Clinical and Translational Research, Faculty Research Support Fund Grant $3784 Aug. 2014 - July 2015
    A Prospective Randomized Comparative Study of Patient-Controlled Analgesia, Epidural Catheters and Lumbar Plexus Catheters to Provide Analgesia after Pediatric Hip Surgery Seattle Childrens Hospital Department of Anesthesiology Research Pilot Funds Grant $14,800 April 2010 - Nov. 2014

Overview

Medical/Professional School

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston
Yale School of Public Health, New Haven, Public Health-Preventative Med

Residency

Pediatrics, UT Southwestern Medical School, Dallas
Anesthesiology, UT Southwestern Medical School, Dallas

Fellowship

Anesthesiology, Seattle Children's Hospital, Seattle

Clinical Interests

Pediatric regional anesthesia, Medical education, Global health