David S. Jardine, MD

David S. Jardine, MD

Anesthesia, Pain Medicine

On staff since November 1987

Research Center: Center for Clinical and Translational Research

  • David S. Jardine, MD, attends in anesthesiology and critical care at Seattle Children’s Hospital and pediatric critical care at Harborview Medical Center, and he is associate professor of anesthesiology and pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He completed residencies in pediatrics and anesthesiology, and a fellowship in pediatric anesthesiology and intensive care.

    He has published numerous chapters and peer-reviewed articles, with an emphasis on hemorrhagic shock and encephalopathy syndrome, which is a special interest of his. His laboratory-based research interests are in using heat shock proteins as biomarkers and in examining the protective effect of heat shock proteins during brain injury. He has been principal investigator on a number of grants. Other interests include medical staffing issues; he helped formulate and interpret a recent American Academy of Pediatrics survey on pediatric intensive care staffing needs. He has served as a reviewer for a variety of medical journals. He serves on the Institutional Review Board at Seattle Children’s and on the research committee for the Department of Anesthesiology. He serves on the board of the SIDS Foundation of Washington and is incoming president for 2007.

  • Published Abstracts

    • Metcalf, K., Latham, G., Jardine, D.
      Oxymetazoline toxicity under anesthesia and proposed mechanisms for safer delivery
      Las Vegas, NV: society for Pediatric Anesthesiology Winter Meeting 2013, 2013

    Other Publications

    • Jardine DS
      Discovery science: uncovering new questions.
      18779706 Pediatric critical care medicine : a journal of the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies, 2008 Sept. : 543-4
    • Jardine DS
      Heat illness and heat stroke.
      17601937 Pediatrics in review / American Academy of Pediatrics, 2007 July : 249-58
    • Frigon C, Shaw DW, Heckbert SR, Weinberger E, Jardine DS
      Supplemental oxygen causes increased signal intensity in subarachnoid cerebrospinal fluid on brain FLAIR MR images obtained in children during general anesthesia.
      15454616 Radiology, 2004 Oct. : 51-5
    • Anderson MR, Jewett EA, Cull WL, Jardine DS, Outwater KM, Mulvey HJ
      Practice of pediatric critical care medicine: results of the Future of Pediatric Education II survey of sections project.
      14525634 Pediatric critical care medicine : a journal of the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies, 2003 Oct. : 412-7
    • Frigon C, Jardine DS, Weinberger E, Heckbert SR, Shaw DW
      Fraction of inspired oxygen in relation to cerebrospinal fluid hyperintensity on FLAIR MR imaging of the brain in children and young adults undergoing anesthesia.
      12185066 AJR. American journal of roentgenology, 2002 Sept. : 791-6
    • Jardine, D., Dahmer, M., Quasney, M.
      Genomic and Proteomic Medicine in Critical Care.
      Fuhrman, BP, and Zimmerman, JJ (Ed.), Pediatric Critical Care.
    • Jardine, D., Bhutta, O., Inglis, A.
      Specific diseases of the respiratory system: Upper airway
      Pediatric Critical Care


Board Certification(s)

Pediatric Anesthesiology

Medical/Professional School

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore


Pediatrics, Children's Hospital Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
Anesthesiology, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia


Anesthesiology, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia

Research Focus Area
Translational Research