HomeDoctorsDavid M. Rothenberg, M.D.

Dr. Rothenberg is the Max S. Sadove Professor of Anesthesiology and Vice Chair of Academic Affairs for the Department of Anesthesiology at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL. He has board certifications in Internal Medicine, Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. He has 30 years of experience as a leader in resident education and 22 years experience as an oral examiner for the ABA. He founded BOBP with the intention of preparing anesthesiologists to confidently pass the ABA oral board examination and achieve ABA certification.

Reach Us

Telephone: (847) 281-5070
E-Mail: info@bestoralboardprep.com
website: www.bestoralboardprep.com

Education

Undergraduate
1973 - 197
Northwestern University
Chicago, Illinois
Degree: BA
Medical
1977 - 1981
University of Illinois
Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine
Degree: MD
Internship/Residency
1981 - 1984
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine
Chicago, Illinois
Chief Resident
1984 – 1985
Department of Internal Medicine (Chairman, Jordan Cohen, MD)
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center
Residency
1985 - 1987
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center
Department of Anesthesiology
Chicago, Illinois
Chief Resident
1986-1987
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center
Department of Anesthesiology
Chicago, Illinois
Fellowship
1987 - 1988
Critical Care-Anesthesia
Department of Anesthesiology
Rush University Medical Center

 

Appointments

Present

2015-present Vice Chair, Academic Affairs, Department of Anesthesiology
2013-present Program Director, Department of Anesthesiology
2004 - present Associate Dean, Academic Affiliations Rush University Medical Center
2008 – present Senior Advisor, Rush University Simulation Laboratory
2007 - present The Max S. Sadove Professor of Anesthesiology
2001 - present Professor of Anesthesiology
Rush Medical College
1998 - present Senior Attending – Rush University Medical Center
1997 - present Medical Director, Ambulatory Preoperative Evaluation Clinic
1990 -2013 Director, Division of Anesthesia-Critical Care
Rush University Medical Cente
1990-2013 Director, Resident Education Department of Anesthesiology RUMC

 

Past

2000 - 2008 Co- Medical Director, Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Rush University Medical Center
2004 - 2008 Co-Director, Rush University Simulation Laboratory
Rush University Medical Center
1997 - 2004 Assistant Dean, Clinical Curriculum
Rush Medical College
1993 - 2001 Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology
Rush Medical College and Rush University Medical Center
1990 - 2000 Associate Medical Director, Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Rush University Medical Center
1988 - 1993 Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology
Rush Medical College and Rush University Medical Center
1987 1987 Instructor, Department of Anesthesiology
Rush University Medical Center
1984 - 1986 Associate Attending
Department of Medicine
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center
1984 - 1985 Clinical Instructor of Medicine
University of Chicago

 

Committee Activities

University

2006-present Co-Chair, Rush University Golf Outing Committee
2013-present Committee to Develop the Rush Center for Clinical Skills and Simulation
2013-present Member, Conflict of Interest Committee
1998 – 1999 Member, Ad Hoc Committee in Rules for Governance (ex-officio)
1997 – 2004 Committee on Student Evaluation and Promotion (ex-officio)
1997 – 2007 Curriculum Committee (ex-officio)
1997 – 2004 Committee on Educational Appraisal (ex-officio)
1996 - 1998 Member, Graduate Medical Education Task Force (Medical Center)
1994 - 2007 Member, Graduate Medical Education Committee (Medical Center)
1993 - 1997 Faculty Advisor (M-2), (Rush Medical College)

Hospital

2015-present Member, Transfusion Committee
2014-present Member, Robotic Surgery Committee
2014-present Member, Perioperative Turn-over time Committee
2013-present Member, Perioperative Clinic Committee
2013-present Member, Preoperative Evaluation Committee
2006-2011 Member, Credentials Committee
2004 Member, Medical Affairs Management Committee
2003 Member, Surgical Infection Prevention Committee
2003 Member, Rush DRG Caduceus Committee
1997 – 1998 Member, Rush 2000 Clinical Resources Management Team
1997 – 1998 Co-Chair, Rush 2000 Ventilatory/Respiratory Care
1996 - 1998 Member, Hospital Acquired Pneumonia Process Improvement Committee
1993 - present Member, Medical Care Evaluation Committee (Medical Center)
1992 - 1993 Member, Executive Committee, (Medical Staff)
1992 - present Member, Quality Assurance Committee, (Medical Staff)
1991 - 1993 Member, Committee of Ventilation Task Force Initiative (Medical Center)
1991 - 1992 Member, End-of-Life Issues Committee, (Medical Center)
1990 - 2002 Chair, Emergency Resuscitation Committee (Medical Center)
1990 - 1994 Senate, Medical Staff (Medical Staff)
1987 - 1990 Member, Emergency Resuscitation Committee (Medical Center)
   

Department

1990 - present Member, Advisory Committee, (Departmental)
1989 - present Chair, Curriculum Committee (Departmental)
1989 - present Member, Resident Admissions Committee (Departmental)
1987 - 1995 Chair, CPR Committee (Departmental)

Teaching Activities

Departmental: Director, Resident Education
Oversee all lectures, Grand Rounds, Visiting Professorships and morning
conferences. Organize yearly clinical schedules for residents, and prepare for RRC visits. Monitor the progress of each resident on an academic, clinical and professional level.

Lectures:

  • Acid-Base Physiology
  • Neuro Anesthesia/Critical Care
  • Critical Care
  • TUR Syndrome
  • Ethics/Professionalism
  • Renal Physiology

Rush Medical College
Medical Student Lectures:

Present:

  1. Medical Ethics, M1, M2 Course, Rush Medical College (1-3 lectures/year) 1999-2008.

Past:

  1. Ethical and Medical Considerations for the Jehovah’s Witness Patient, Department of Obstetric/Gynecology, Rush Medical College (6 x/year) 1999-2002.
  2. The Perioperative DNR Order, Department of Surgery, Rush Medical College (6 x/year) 1999-2003.
  3. “Dean Rounds” – Monthly discussion groups focusing on medical, ethical or professional topics with M3 and M4 students at Rush Medical College 1999-2001.

Critical Care Medicine Lecture Series

Present:

  1. Concepts of tissue oxygenation: Understanding the Fick Equation.
  2. Managing pain, anxiety and sleep in the ICU.
  3. Acid-Base Physiology

Specialty and Subspecialty Certification

2009

American Board of Anesthesiology Recertification (#15383)
2004 American Board of Anesthesiology Recertification – Critical Care Medicine (#15383)
2003 American Board of Anesthesiology Recertification (#15383)
1991 American Board of Anesthesiology - Critical Care Medicine (#503)
1988 American Board of Anesthesiology (#15383)
1984 American Board of Internal Medicine (#095694)

 

Elective Certification

1982 - 2013 Advanced Cardiac Life Support
1986 - present Advanced Trauma Life Support
1988 - present Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy (Rush University Medical Center - Department of Anesthesiology)

 

Licensure

1981 State of Illinois - 036-065609

 

Professional Society Memberships

Fellow, Institute of Medicine of Chicago
Fellow, Society of Critical Care Medicine
Fellow, American College of Chest Physicians (1988-2003)
Member, American Medical Association (1988-2010)
Member, American College of Physicians (1984-2003)
Member, American Society of Anesthesiologists
Member, American Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists
Member, Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists
Member, Chicago Medical Society (1988-2010)
Member, Chicago Society of Critical Care
Affiliate Faculty, American Heart Association, ACLS-TAG (1988-1996)

Professional Society Activities

State

2006-2013

Secretary, Ralph Waters Commission, Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists (ISA)

2005-2006

ISA committee member (Distinguished Service Award, Judicial & Professional Standards)

2004-2005

Past President, Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists (ISA)

2003-2004

President, Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists (ISA)

2002-2003

President-elect, Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists (ISA)

2001-2002

Vice President, Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists (ISA)

2000-2001

Assistant Treasurer, Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists (ISA)

1998 - 2000

Midwest Anesthesiology Conference, Chair

1996 - 1998

Midwest Anesthesiology Conference, Vice Chair

1994 - 1996

Midwest Anesthesiology Conference; Chair - Post Anesthesia Care Conference

1992 – 2000

Delegate, Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists; House of Delegates

1992 - 1994

Midwest Anesthesiology Conference; Vice Chair - Post Anesthesia Care Conference

1991 - 1994

Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists; Midwest Anesthesia Conference, Sub-Committee on Exhibits

 

National

2015-present

American Board of Anesthesiology, MOCA Minute Committee

2009-present

Society of Critical Care Medicine, Ethics Committee

2007-present

Delegate, American Society of Anesthesiologists (Illinois component)

2005-present

Senior Examiner, American Board of Anesthesiology

2007-2008

American Society of Anesthesiologists; Committee on Resident/Medical Student Education

2007-2009

American Society of Anesthesiologists; Committee on Critical Care

2005-2006

American Society of Anesthesiologists; Committee on Clinical Forum

2005-2006

American Society of Anesthesiologists; Committee on Local Arrangements

2004-2011

American Society of Anesthesiologists; Committee on Ethics

2003-2011

American Board of Anesthesiology, Critical Care Medicine Examination Committee

2003-2006

Alternate Delegate, American Society of Anesthesiologists

2004- 2005

Society of Critical Care Medicine; Ethics Committee

2002-2004

Society of Critical Care Medicine; Ethics Committee, Chair

2001 – 2002

Society of Critical Care Medicine; Ethics Committee, Chair Elect

1999

Society of Critical Care Medicine; Committee of Undergraduate Medical Education, Chair

1999 - 2003

American Society of Anesthesiologists; Committee on Medical Education

1998 - 2000

American Society of Anesthesiologists; Committee on Panels (Annual Meeting)

1997

American Society of Anesthesiologists; Committee on Clinical Forum (Annual Meeting)

1998 - 2002

Society of Critical Care Medicine; Committee of Undergraduate Education

1997

American Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists; Chairman 1997 Refresher Course (Chicago)

1996 - 2002

American Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists; Committee on Membership

1996

Society of Critical Care Medicine; Ethics Committee

1995 - 2005

Associate Examiner, American Board of Anesthesiology

1994 - 2009

American Society of Anesthesiologists; Committee on Respiratory Care

1994 – 2003

American Society of Anesthesiologists; Committee on Ethics

1993 - 1994

American Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists; Committee on Membership

1992 - 2011

Examiner, American Board of Anesthesiology Writer of Questions for Critical Care Medicine Examination

1991 - 1995

American Society of Anesthesiologists; Committee on Panels

 

Other

2005-2010

Committee for the James M. Feld, MD Professorship in Anesthesiology, University of Illinois College of Medicine

 

Editorial and Review Activities

2015-present

Journal Reviewer, Journal of Neurology and Neurologic Disorders

2012-present

Journal Reviewer, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry

2012-2014

Section Editor, Current Opinion in Anesthesiology

1993 – 2001

Associate Editor, Yearbook of Anesthesiology and Pain Management

2000- present

Journal Reviewer, Mayo Clinics Proceedings

2008- present

Journal Reviewer, Journal of Critical Care

1999 - present

Journal Reviewer, Anesthesiology

1996 - present

Journal Reviewer, Intensive Care Medicine

1996 - present

Journal Reviewer, Critical Care Medicine

1995 - present

Journal Reviewer, Anesthesia & Analgesia

1992 - present

Journal Reviewer, Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia

1991 - present

Journal Reviewer, Chest

1991 - present

Journal Reviewer, Journal of American Medical Association

1991 - present

Journal Reviewer, Journal of Clinical Anesthesia

 

Professional Invitations

  • Invited Lectures

    1. Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, June 1984.
    2. Preoperative Evaluation of Renal Dysfunction. Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois, September 1987.
    3. Recognition and Treatment of Postoperative Dysrhythmias. Midwest Anesthesia Conference, Post Anesthesia Care Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, May 1988.
    4. Director, ACLS Course. Rush Medical College, Chicago, Illinois, May 1988.
    5. Ephedrine for Prevention of Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting. Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia, San Antonio, Texas, April 1989.
    6. Update on CPR/ACLS. Midwest Anesthesia Conference, Post Anesthesia Care Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, May1989.
    7. Director ACLS Course. Martha Washington Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, August 1989.
    8. The Role of the Anesthesiologist in the ICU. Cook County Review Course for Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, September 1989.
    9. Endotracheally-Administered Midazolam Abolishes Seizures in a Pilocarpine-Induced Model of Status Epilepticus. American Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologist, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 1989.
    10. Acid-Base Interpretation in the Recovery Room. American Health Institute Symposium for Recovery Care Nurses, Chicago, Illinois, November 1989.
    11. Anesthetic Considerations in the ICU: Clinical Update in Critical Care Medicine. Society of Critical Care Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, February1990.
    12. Fluid and Electrolyte Consideration in the Urologic Patient. Cook County Review Course for Urology, Chicago, Illinois, May 1990.
    13. Director, ACLS Course. Rush Medical College, Chicago, Illinois, May 1990.
    14. Perioperative Evaluation of Renal Function. Osler Institute-Anesthesia Review Course, Chicago, Illinois July 1990.
    15. Acid-Base Physiology. Osler Institute-Anesthesia Review Course, Chicago, Illinois, July 1990.
    16. Preoperative Management of the Urologic Patient with Hyponatremia. Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois, August 1990.
    17. Perioperative Management of Cerebral Aneurysms. Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois, October 1990.
    18. Acid-Base Physiology, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 1991.
    19. Perioperative Evaluation of Renal Function, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 1991.
    20. Update on CPR and ACLS, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 1991.
    21. Perioperative Evaluation of Renal Function, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, San Diego, California, April 1991.
    22. Update on CPR and ACLS, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, San Diego, California, April 1991.
    23. Postoperative Care of the Vascular Surgery Patient. Midwest Anesthesia Conference, Postanesthesia Care Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, May 1991.
    24. Director, ACLS Course, Rush Medical College, Chicago, Illinois, May 1991
    25. Anesthetic Consideration in Critical Care: Control of Oxygen Consumption. Cook County Review Course for Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, September 1991.
    26. Perioperative Evaluation of Renal Function, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Tampa, Florida, October 1991.
    27. Update on CPR and ACLS, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Tampa, Florida, October 1991.
    28. Acid Base Physiology, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, February 1992.
    29. Update on CPR and ACLS, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, February 1992.
    30. Perioperative Evaluation of Renal Function, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, February 1992.
    31. Anesthesia for Cerebral Aneurysms, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, February 1992.
    32. Control of Oxygen Consumption: Anesthetic considerations. Mercy Hospital and Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois, May, 1992.
    33. Perioperative Assessment of Renal Function, Midwest Anesthesia Conference, Chicago, Illinois, May 1992.
    34. Update on CPR and ACLS, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Chicago, Illinois, July 1992.
    35. Perioperative Evaluation of Renal Function, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Chicago, Illinois, July 1992.
    36. Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders in the OR, American Society of Anesthesiologists, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 1992. (Panel Discussion)
    37. ACLS Update, American Society of Anesthesiologists, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 1992. (Moderator, Panel Discussion)
    38. Anesthesia for Cerebral Aneurysm, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Seattle, Washington, April 1993.
    39. Perioperative Evaluation of Renal Function, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Seattle, Washington, April 1993.
    40. ACLS Update, Osler Institute Anesthesia Review Course, Seattle, Washington, April 1993.
    41. Control of Oxygen Consumption in the ICU, Critical Care Grand Rounds, Department of Internal Medicine, Rush University Medical Center, March, 1993.
    42. Control of Oxygen Consumption in the ICU, Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, Cook County Hospital, April 1993.
    43. Ethical Considerations in Anesthesia, Midwest Anesthesia Conference, Chicago, Illinois, May 1993.
    44. Management of Anxiety in the ICU, New York, New York, June 1993. (Panel Discussion)
    45. Perioperative Evaluation of Renal Function, Osler Institute, Chicago, Illinois, July, 1993.
    46. Physician-Assisted Death, American Society of Anesthesiologists, Washington D.C. October, 1993.
    47. Control of Oxygen Consumption in the ICU, American Society of Anesthesiologists, Washington D.C., October 1993 (Moderator, Panel Discussion).
    48. Ethical Considerations in Anesthesia, Anesthesiology Grand Rounds, University of Illinois, November 1993.
    49. Perioperative Assessment of Oliguria, Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists, Chicago, Illinois, November 1993.
    50. Anesthesia Considerations in the ICU (Moderator and Speaker for Panel Discussion), Chicago, Illinois, February 1994.
    51. Critical Care for the Neurosurgical Patient, Department of Neurosurgery, Rush University Medical Center, February, 1994.
    52. Metabolic Acid-Base Disorders: "Base Excessiveness", American Society of Anesthesiologists, San Francisco, CA, October 1994 (Panel Discussion).
    53. Ethical Issues in Anesthesia, American Society of Anesthesiologists, San Francisco, CA, October 1994 (Panel Discussion).
    54. Intra and Postoperative Care of the Patient with Vascular Disease, Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists, Chicago, Illinois, November, 1994
    55. (Moderator, Panel Discussion).
    56. DNR Orders, Jehovah's Witness: Special Issues, New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. Post Graduate Assembly, New York, NY, December 1994 (Panel Discussion).
    57. The Jehovah's Witness Patient: Anesthesiology Grand Rounds, Rush University Medical Center, February 1995.
    58. Ethical Considerations for the Anesthesiologist, Anesthesiology Grand Rounds, Cook County Hospital, February 1995.
    59. Metabolic Acid-Base Disorders, Anesthesiology Grand Rounds, Cook County Hospital, February 1995.
    60. Ethical Considerations in the Operating Room, St. Francis Hospital, Evanston, Illinois, April, 1995.
    61. Perioperative DNR Orders - Midwest Anesthesia Conference/Post Anesthesia Care Conference, Chicago, Illinois, May 1995.
    62. Ethical Considerations for the Anesthesiologist, ASA Regional Refresher Course, Chicago, Illinois, September, 1995.
    63. Critical Care of the Patient with Renal Dysfunction, ASA Regional Refresher Course, Chicago, Illinois, September, 1995.
    64. The Jehovah’s Witness Patient (Problem Based Learning Discussions), ASA, Atlanta, GA, October 1995.
    65. Ethics/Geriatric Clinical Forum - ASA, Atlanta, GA, October 1995 (Moderator).
    66. Perioperative Management of the Patient with Renal Dysfunction. Anesthesia Grand Rounds, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, March 1996.
    67. Sedation, Analgesia and Muscle Relaxation in Critically Ill Patients, Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, Cook County Hospital, April 1996.
    68. Ethical Considerations for the Anesthesiologist, Midwest Anesthesia Conference, Chicago, Illinois, May 1996.
    69. Anxiolysis, Analgesia, Muscle Relaxation in the ICU. Second Annual Critical Care Symposium, American College of Chest Physicians, Northbrook, Illinois, August 1996.
    70. DNR in the OR. Grand Rounds Rush North Shore Medical Center, Department of Anesthesiology, August 1996.
    71. The Jehovah’s Witness Patient (Problem Based Learning Discussions) ASA. New Orleans, LA, October 1996.
    72. TUR Syndrome. Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting. Oak Brook, IL, November 1996.
    73. Ethics of Resuscitation. Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA, February 1997.
    74. Perioperative Management of Hyponatremia. Anesthesiology Grand Rounds. Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Hospital, July 1997.
    75. Ethical Anesthetic Management of the Jehovah’s Witness. ASA Workshop on Practical Bioethics for the Anesthesiologist. Boston, MA, July 1997.
    76. An Anesthesiologist’s Perspective on Physician-Assisted Death. ASA Workshop on Practical Bioethics for the Anesthesiologist. Boston, MA, July 1997.
    77. Acute Acid-Base Disturbances in the ICU. Society of Critical Care Medicine. Chicago, IL, August 1997.
    78. Perioperative Management of the Patient with Renal Dysfunction. ASCCA. Chicago, IL, August 1997.
    79. Recognition and Management of Acid-Base Disorders. ASCCA. Chicago, IL, August 1997.
    80. Physician Assisted Suicide, Clinical Forum, ASA, San Diego, CA, October 1997.
    81. The Jehovah’s Witness Patient (PBLD), ASA, San Diego, CA, October 1997.
    82. Sedation Analgesia and Muscle Relaxation in the ICU. Minnesota Society of Medicine, Minneapolis, MN, November 1997.
    83. Perioperative DNR Orders – Hennepin Co. Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN, November 1997.
    84. Acute Acid-Base Disturbances in the ICU. Society of Critical Care Medicine. Chicago, IL, August 1998.
    85. Sedation, Analgesia and Neuromuscular Blockade. Society of Critical Care Medicine. Chicago, IL, August 1998.
    86. The Jehovah’s Witness Patient (PBLD), ASA, Orlando, FL, October 1998.
    87. Hyponatremic Syndromes – ASA, Orlando, FL, October 1998.
    88. Ethics Clinical Forum – ASA, Orlando, FL, October 1998.
    89. A New Look at Sedation and Analgesia: Emergency Department and the ICU. Critical Care and Emergency Medicine 1998. Orlando, FL, November 1998.
    90. Prevention and Management of Renal Failure. Critical Care and Emergency Medicine 1998. Orlando, FL, November 1998.
    91. Sedation, Analgesia and Muscle Relaxation in Critically Ill Patients. Chicago Medical Society, Chicago, IL, December 1998.
    92. Airway Management for Patients with Intracranial Hypertension. SCCM Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, January 1999.
    93. Perioperative Renal Dysfunction. Grand Rounds, Department of Anesthesia, Penn State University, Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA, January 1999.
    94. Perioperative Renal Dysfunction. Grand Rounds Department of Anesthesiology, Roosevelt St. Luke’s Medical Center, Columbia University, NY, February 1999.
    95. Perioperative Hyponatremia. Midwest Anesthesia Conference, Chicago, IL, May 1999.
    96. Ethics “Round Table” – Moderator, Midwest Anesthesia Conference, Chicago, IL, May 1999.
    97. Airway Management for the Patient with Intracranial Hypertension. Grand Rounds, Department of Anesthesia, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 1999.
    98. Airway Management for the Patient with Intracranial Hypertension. Grand Rounds Department of Anesthesiology, Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center, Chicago, IL 1999.
    99. Nonpharmacologic Management of Sleep Deprivation and Anxiety in the Critically Ill Patient. American Society of Anesthesiologists, Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, October 1999.
    100. Perioperative Renal Protection. ASA Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, October 1999.
    101. Critical Care Clinical Forum. ASA Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, October 1999.
    102. The Jehovah’s Witness Patient (PBLD), ASA, Dallas, TX, October 1999.
    103. Ethics. Annual Refresher Course, SCCM, Orlando, Florida, February 2000.
    104. Ethics Panel Discussion. Issues regarding DNR. SCCM, Orlando, Florida, February 2000.
    105. Perioperative Management of Renal Dysfunction. Visiting Professorship Northwestern University, Dept. of Anesthesiology. March 2000.
    106. Ethical Considerations for the Critically Ill Patient. Arthur Shima Memorial Grand Rounds. West Suburban Hospital. April 2000.
    107. Ethical Considerations for the Critically Ill Patient. Mayo Clinic, Dept. of Anesthesiology Grand Rounds. August 2000
    108. Organizing Critical Care Services. American Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists Breakfast Panel, San Francisco, CA, October 2000. Moderator.
    109. Ethics Clinical Forum. ASA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, October 2000.
    110. Perioperative DNR Order. Grand Rounds, Department of Anesthesiology, Rush University Medical Center, January 2001.
    111. Perioperative DNR Order. Grand Rounds. Department of Obstetrics/Gynecology – University of Chicago , May 2001
    112. Management of Sleep Deprivation and Anxiety in the Critically Ill Patient. St. Francis Hospital, Evanston, IL, January 2002.
    113. Ethical Considerations for the Critically Ill Patient, Annual Refresher Course Lecture, Society of Critical Care Medicine, San Antonio, TX. February, 2003.
    114. Perioperative Management of Renal Dysfunction. University of Wisconsin Dept. of Anesthesiology. Madison, WI. February 2003.
    115. Ethical Considerations for the Critically Ill Patient. Wisconsin Society of Anesthesiologists. Madison, WI. February, 2003.
    116. Ethical Considerations for the Critically Ill Patient. Loyola University, Dept. of Anesthesiology. Maywood, IL. April 2003.
    117. Perioperative Renal Dysfunction: Recognition, Management and Treatment. Loyola University, Dept of Anesthesiology. Maywood, IL. April 2003.
    118. Ethical Considerations for the Critically Ill Patient. Society of Critical Care Medicine. Chicago, IL. August 2003.
    119. Clinical Forum – Critical Care ASA Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. October 2003.
    120. Ethics Panel. ASA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. October 2003.
    121. Perioperative DNR Order. Dept. of Anesthesiology Grand Rounds. RUMC February 2004.
    122. Perioperative Management of the Jehovah’s Witness Patient. Grand Rounds Dept. of Pediatrics. RUMC July 2004.
    123. Ethical Considerations for the Critically Ill Patient. Society of Critical Care Medicine. Chicago, IL. August 2004.
    124. Management of Pain, Anxiety and Sleep Deprivation. Society of Critical Care Medicine. Chicago, IL. August 2004.
    125. Renal Failure in the ICU. Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists. Aspen, Colorado. March 2005.
    126. Arterial Blood Gas Analysis. Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists. Aspen, Colorado. March 2005.
    127. Jehovah’s Witness and Heart Surgery. Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists. Aspen, Colorado. March 2005.
    128. Ethics Panel Discussion ASA Annual Meeting: The Perioperative DNR Order. Atlanta, Georgia. October 2005. Speaker and Moderator.
    129. Ethics Clinical Forum ASA Annual Meeting. Non-Heart Beating Organ Donation. Atlanta, Georgia. October 2005.
    130. Perioperative DNR orders. Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists. Whistler, BC, Canada. March, 2006
    131. Sleep Deprivation in Critically Ill Patients. Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists. Whistler, BC. March, 2006.
    132. Ethics Panel Discussion ASA Annual Meeting: The Role of the Anesthesiologist in Lethal Injection. Chicago, IL October, 2006.
    133. Ethics Panel Discussion ASA Annual Meeting: Palliative Care in the ICU. Chicago, IL, October, 2006.
    134. Work Hours and Standards for Anesthesiologists- Lessons Learned from the Residency Work Hour Mandates. ASA Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, October, 2006.
    135. Perioperative Management of Hypoperfusion: Workshop. Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists. Whistler, BC, Canada. March 2007.
    136. Ethics Panel Discussion ASA Annual Meeting: Perioperative DNR order. San Francisco, CA, October, 2007.
    137. Ethics Clinical Forum (Moderator) ASA Annual Meeting: San Francisco, CA, October, 2007.
    138. Sedation and Analgesia in the ICU. Society of Critical Care Medicine. Honolulu, Hawaii, February, 2008.
    139. Novel Approaches to Sedation and Analgesia in the ICU. Texas Tech University, May, 2008.
    140. Ethics Panel Discussion ASA Annual Meeting: Withdrawal vs. Euthanasia, Orlando, FLA, October, 2008
    141. Critical Care Panel Discussion ASA Annual Meeting: Perioperative DNR Order, Orlando, FLA, October, 2008
    142. Ethics Clinical Forum(Moderator) ASA Annual Meeting:, Orlando, FLA, October, 2008
    143. The Perioperative DNR Order. UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, NJ. November 2008
    144. Novel Approach to Sedation and Analgesia in the ICU. RUMC, Dept. of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds. October, 2008.
    145. The Perioperative DNR Order. RUMC, Dept of Neurosurgery, Grand Rounds. December, 2008
    146. Novel Approach to Sedation and Analgesia in the ICU. University of Minnesota, Dept. of Anesthesiology Grand Rounds. June, 2009.
    147. The Perioperative DNR Order. University of Minnesota, Dept. of Anesthesiology, June, 2009.
    148. Bicarbonate: Friend or Foe. ASA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, October, 2009.
    149. Withdrawal vs. Euthanasia ASA Annual Meeting, Ethics Panel. New Orleans, October, 2009.
    150. Airway Management for Patient’s with Neurological Emergencies. Society of Critical Care Medicine, Miami, January 2010.
    151. The Perioperative DNR Order. St. Josephs Hospital Chicago, IL Grand Rounds Department of Internal Medicine. 2010.
    152. Ethical and Medical Considerations for the Perioperative Care of the Jehovah’s Witness Patient. Northwest Community Hospital, Grand Rounds April 2010.
    153. Perioperative Sedation. Mercy Health Partners. Muskegon, Michigan. October, 2010.
    154. Bicarbonate: Friend or Foe. ASA Annual Meeting, San Diego, October, 2010.
    155. Bringing the Neuro ICU to the OR. ASA Annual Meeting, San Diego, October, 2010.
    156. Bicarbonate: Friend or Foe. Department of Anesthesiology, University of Iowa. November 2010
    157. The Perioperative DNR Order. University of Iowa Grand Rounds Department of Anesthesiology. November 2010.
    158. Non-Invasive Ventilation Post-Extubation: Preventing or Postponing the Endotracheal Tube. Society of Critical Care Annual Meeting. San Diego CA. January, 2011.
    159. The Perioperative Management of the Jehovah’s Witness Patient. University of Oklahoma Department of Anesthesiology Grand Rounds. March 2011.
    160. The Perioperative DNR Order. University of Oklahoma Anesthesia/Critical Care Conference. March 2011.
    161. Bicarbonate: Friend or Foe? University of Oklahoma Anesthesia/Critical Care Conference. March 2011.
    162. Pro: Anesthesiologists Should Participate in Physician-Assisted Death. ASA Annual Meeting, Chicago, October 2011.
    163. Bicarbonate: Friend or Foe. ASA Annual Meeting, Chicago, October 2011.
    164. The Perioperative DNR Order. Midwest Anesthesia Conference. McQuiston Award Presentation. November 2011.
    165. The Cool Hand Luke Syndrome: Failure to Communicate the Perioperative DNR Order. International Conference on Education in Ethics. Pittsburgh, PA. May, 2012.
    166. Perioperative DNR Order. NorthShore University Health Care-Evanston. July, 2012
    167. The Perioperative DNR Order. University of Southern California. September, 2012.
    168. Perioperative Electrolyte Abnormalities. (Moderator) ASA Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. October, 2012.
    169. Perioperative DNR Order. Case Western Reserve University. August, 2013.
    170. Perioperative Fluids and Electrolytes. ASA Annual Meeting. San Francisco, October, 2013.
    171. Changing Roles of Anesthesiologists: Impacting Education, Creating Modern Curricula, Modifying Residences and Taking the Lead in the Surgical Home. ASA Annual Meeting. San Francisco, October, 2013.
    172. Bicarbonate: Friend of Foe? Grand Rounds Department of Anesthesiology University Northshore-Evanston Hospital. January 2014.
    173. Utilizing the Khan Academy for Residency Training. Society of Academic Anesthesiology Associations. Chicago. November, 2014.
    174. Perioperative DNR Order. University of Miami. March 2015.
    175. Perioperative DNR Order. Medical University of South Carolina. May 2015.
    176. Medical Futility in the OR. Perioperative Medicine Summit. Scottsdale, AZ. February 2016.
    177. Anesthesiology Considerations for the Non-Anesthesiologist. Perioperative Medicine Summit. Scottsdale, AZ. February 2016.
    178. Perioperative DNR Order. Perioperative Anesthesia Conference. Community Hospital, Munster, IN. October, 2016.
    179. End-of-Life Issues. Keynote Address for Journey Care. Glenview, IL October 2016.
    180. Final Word on Understanding Metabolic Acidosis. ASA Chicago, IL October, 2016.
    181. Perioperative DNR Order. Perioperative Medicine Summit. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. March 2017.

 

Visiting Professorships

March 13 - 14, 1996

Department of Anesthesiology
University of Washington, Seattle, WA

January 13 – 14, 1999

Department of Anesthesiology
Penn State University, Hershey, PA

February 23 - 24, 1999

Department of Anesthesiology
St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, NY

March 10, 2000

Department of Anesthesiology
Northwestern University, Chicago, IL

August 22-23, 2000

Department of Anesthesiology
Mayo Clinic
Rochester, MN

October 10, 2002

Department of Anesthesiology
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI

February 3-4, 2003

Department of Anesthesiology
Ralph Waters Visiting Professorship
University of Wisconsin
Madison, WI

April 22-23, 2003

Department of Anesthesiology
Loyola University
Maywood, IL

September 23, 2004

Department of Anesthesiology
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI

September 19-20, 2006

Department of Anesthesiology
Medical College of Wisconsin
Milwaukee, WI

March 7-8, 2007

Department of Anesthesiology
Allegheny General Hospital
Pittsburgh, PA

September 10-11, 2007

Department of Anesthesiology
University of Colorado
Denver, CO

December 4-5, 2007

Department of Anesthesiology
University of Massachusetts
Worcester, MA

May 23, 2008

Department of Anesthesiology
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX

November 11-12, 2008

Department of Anesthesiology
UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Camden, NJ

June 29-30, 2009

Department of Anesthesiology
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN

August 18-19, 2010

Department of Anesthesiology
Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center
Boston, MA

November 15-16, 2010

Department of Anesthesiology
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa

March 24-25, 2011

Department of Anesthesiology
University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, OK

September 20-21, 2012

Department of Anesthesiology
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA

August 20-21, 2013

Department of Anesthesiology
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio

March 25-26, 2015

Department of Anesthesiology
University of Miami
Miami, Florida

May 18-19, 2015

Department of Anesthesiology
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, South Carolina

April 4-5, 2017

Department of Anesthesiology
Henry Ford Health System
Detroit, MI

May 16-17, 2017

Department of Anesthesiology
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI

May 24-25, 2017

Department of Anesthesiology
Tufts University Medical Center
Boston, MA

2017

Distinguished Service Award, Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists

2011

William O. McQuiston, MD Award, Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists

2010

Presidential Citation, Society of Critical Care Medicine

2007

Fellow, Institute of Medicine of Chicago

2007-present

America’s Top Anesthesiologists –Consumer Research Council of America

2007

Max S. Sadove, MD Professor of Anesthesiology (Endowed Chair)

2005

Hero of the Heart Award, RUMC Department of Religion

2004

America’s Top Physicians

2003-present

Best Doctors in America

2001

Katalin Selmeczi Award
Rush University Medical Center
Department of Anesthesiology

2000

Strathmore's Who's Who Millennium Edition

1999-present

Member, Association of University Anesthesiologists

1999

Fellow, American College of Critical Care Medicine

1994 - 1995

Rush University Surgical Sciences and Services
Outstanding Specialty Attending Award
Rush University Medical Center

1993 - 1994

Rush University Surgical Sciences and Services
Outstanding Specialty Attending Award
Rush University Medical Center

1990 - 1991

Rush University Surgical Sciences and Services
Outstanding Specialty Attending Award
Rush University Medical Center

1989

William Gottschalk, M.D.
Resident's Appreciation Award
Rush University Medical Center
Department of Anesthesiology

1987

A.A. Goldsmith Award for Humanism
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center
School of Health Sciences

1987

Robert D. Dripps, M.D., Memorial Award
Outstanding Graduate Resident in Anesthesiology
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center

1986 – 1987

Chief Resident
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center
Department of Anesthesiology

1984 - 1985

Chief Resident
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine

 

Books/Editorial Board

Current Concepts in Cardiac Resuscitation: Rothenberg DM, (ed.) Anesthesiology Clinics of North America W.B. Saunders 1995; 13:751-1035.
Yearbook of Anesthesiology and Pain Management: Tinker JH, Abram SA, Chestnut DH, Roizen MF, Rothenberg DM, Wood M, (eds.) Mosby-Year Book, Inc. (1994 - 2001).
Current Opinion in Anesthesiology: Barash P. (ed) Rothenberg DM, Section Editor for Ethics, Economics and Outcomes. Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. 2013& 2014.

Chapters

    1. Rothenberg DM: The Approach to the Jehovah's Witness Patient. In Hemorrhagic Disorders in the Operating Room. Anesthesiology Clinics of North America, Spiess B. (ed.) W.B. Saunders 1990;589-607.
    2. Rothenberg DM: Acid-Base Abnormalities. In Postanesthesia Care. Vender J., Spiess B. (eds.) W.B. Saunders 1992;94-108.
    3. Rothenberg DM, Goldin MD: Cardiovascular Pharmacology in the Critical Care Unit. In Current Surgical Therapy. Cameron J (ed.) Mosby -Yearbook 1992;984-991.
    4. Rothenberg DM: Anesthetic Management For Thoracic Aortic Surgery. In Aneurysms of the Thoracic Aorta. Chest Surgery Clinics of North America. Najafi H. (ed.) W.B. Saunders 1992;241-250.
    5. Rothenberg DM: Ethical Issues in the Operating Room. In Clinical Anesthesia Updates. Barash PG, Cullen RK, Stoelting (eds.) J.B. Lippincott 1993;1-11.
    6. Rothenberg DM: Anesthesia. In Rush University Review of Surgery. Economou S, Bines S, Deziel D, Witt T (eds.) W.B. Saunders 1994;121-124.
    7. Rothenberg DM: Ethical Considerations for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. In Current Concepts in Cardiac Resuscitation. Anesthesiology Clinics of North America. Rothenberg DM (ed.) W.B. Saunders, 1995;13:999-1016.
    8. Jackson S, Palmer S, Van Norman G, Fine PG, Rothenberg DM et al: Ethical Issues in Anesthesia. In Advances in Anesthesia. Lake CL, Rice LJ, Sperry RJ (eds.) Mosby-Yearbook, 1997;14:227-260, 1997.
    9. Rothenberg DM: Preoperative Evaluation. In Common Surgical Diseases: An Algorithmic Approach to Problem Solving. Millikan KW, Saclarides TJ (eds). Springer, 1997;15-18.
    10. Rothenberg DM: Assessing Preoperative Cardiac Risk in Patients Undergoing Non-Cardiac Surgery. In Common Surgical Diseases: An Algorithmic Approach to Problem Solving. Millikan KW, Saclarides TJ (eds). Springer, 1997;2-5.
    11. Rothenberg DM: Acid-Base Disorders. In Multidisciplinary Critical Care Review. Roberts PR (ed). Society of Critical Care Medicine, 1998:271-290.
    12. Rothenberg DM: Sedation, Analgesia and Neuromuscular Blockade. In Multidisciplinary Critical Care Review. Roberts (ed). Society of Critical Care Medicine, 1998;319-328.
    13. Rothenberg DM: Informed Consent for Jehovah’s Witnesses. In Syllabus on Ethics. Waisel DB, Van Norman GA (eds). American Society of Anesthesiologists Publication, 1998:01-011.
    14. Rothenberg DM: Acute Pancreatitis. In Complications in Anesthesia. Atlee J (ed.) W.B. Saunders, 1999;478-481.
    15. Rothenberg DM: Postoperative Renal Dysfunction. In Problems in Anesthesia: PACU and Anesthetic Management Afifi S, Rosenbaum S. (eds). Lippincott-Williams & Wilkins, 2000;12:314-325.
    16. Rothenberg DM, Tuman KJ: The Pulmonary Artery Catheter- What the Literature Really Says. In International Anesthesiology Clinics. Maccioli GA (ed.) Lippincott-Williams & Wilkins, 2000;38:171-187.
    17. Rothenberg DM, Barboi C: Airway Management and Endotracheal Intubation. In Critical Care Medicine: Principles of Diagnosis and Management in the Adult. 2nd Edition. Parrillo JE, Dellinger RP (eds.) Saunders Mosby-Yearbook, 2001;16-35.
    18. O'Connor CJ, Rothenberg DM, Tuman KJ: Anesthesia and the Hepatobiliary System. In Anesthesia. Ed Miller RD (6th ed) Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2005: 2209-2229.
    19. Rothenberg DM: Acute Pancreatitis. In Complications in Anesthesia. Atlee J (ed.) W.B. Saunders, (2nd ed) 2006.
    20. Rothenberg DM: Kidney. In Cardiopulmonary Bypass: Principles and Practice.(3rd ed) Gravlee, G, Davis RF, Stammer, AH and Ungerleider R. (eds). Lippincott-Williams & Wilkins, 2007. 338-351.
    21. Sutton R, Rothenberg DM: Ultrafiltration and Dialysis. In Cardiopulmonary Bypass: Principles and Practice. (3rd ed) Gravlee G, Davis RF, Stammer AH, and Ungerleider R. (eds). Lippincott-Williams & Wilkins, 2007. 114-127.
    22. Rothenberg DM, Loh-Trivedi M: Perioperative Care of the Diabetic Patient. eMedicine. May, 2006.
    23. Rothenberg DM. Hypertonic Saline Resuscitation. In Cased –Based Anesthesia. Shorten G, Dierdorf SF, Iohom G, O’Connor CJ, Hogue CW (eds) Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009, 48-50.
    24. Rothenberg DM. Preoperative Liver Function Test Abnormalities. In Cased-Based Anesthesia. Shorten G, Dierdorf SF, Iohom G, O’Connor CJ, Hogue CW (eds). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009, 51-54.
    25. Croley WC, Schwenzer KJ, Rothenberg DM. Family Support and Ethics Issues. In Residents’ Guide to Learning in the Intensive Care Unit. American Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists. Talmor D &Heard S (eds) 2009.
    26. Rothenberg DM. What is the DNR Order and How Does it Apply to the Patient Undergoing Anesthesia and Surgery? In: Critical Care Ethics: A Practice Guide. Kummer HB, Thompson DR (eds) (2nd Ed) Society of Critical Care Medicine. 2009. 193-200.
    27. Loh-Trivedi M, Rothenberg DM: Perioperative Care of the Diabetic Patient. eMedicine August, 2009.
    28. Rothenberg DM, O'Connor CJ, Tuman KJ: Anesthesia and the Hepatobiliary System. In Anesthesia. Miller RD (Ed) (7th ed) Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, 2010, 2135-2154.
    29. Rothenberg DM. DNR Orders in the Patient Undergoing Anesthesia and Surgery and at the End-of-Life. In: Clinical Ethics in Anesthesiology: A Case-Based Textbook. Van Norman G et al (eds). Cambridge University Press 2011.
    30. Loh-Trivedi M, Rothenberg DM. Perioperative Management of the Diabetic Patient. eMedicine from WebMD. Updated March 29, 2011. Available at: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/284451-overview.
    31. Rothenberg DM, Cocoma S: Acute Acid-Base Disorders. In Comprehensive Critical Care: Adult. Roberts PR, Todd SR (eds). 2012, 623-640. Society of Critical Care Medicine.
    32. Rothenberg DM, O'Connor CJ, Tuman KJ: Anesthesia and the Hepatobiliary System. In Anesthesia. Miller RD (Ed) (8th ed) Churchill Livingstone Elsevier. 2015: 2244-2261.
    33. Rothenberg DM. What Are the Ethical Issues with the Perioperative DNR Order? In Critical Care Ethics a Practice Guide. Thompson DR, Kaufman D. (eds). 2014:215-220. Society of Critical Care Medicine.
    34. de la Cruz A, Rothenberg DM: Kidney Function and CPB. In Cardiopulmonary Bypass and Mechanical Support: Principles and Practice.(4th ed) Gravlee, G, Davis RF, Hammon J, Kussman B. (eds). Lippincott-Williams & Wilkins, 2016. 369-383.
    35. Sutton R, Rothenberg DM: Ultrafiltration and Dialysis. In Cardiopulmonary Bypass and Mechanical Support: Principles and Practice. (4th ed) Gravlee G, Davis RF, Hammon J, Kussman B(eds). Lippincott-Williams & Wilkins, 2016. 109-122.
    36. Shayegan B, Rothenberg DM: Perioperative Care and Anesthesia. In Rush Review of Surgery. (6th Ed) Myers, J et al (Eds). Elsevier, 2017. Chapter 6. (In Press).
    37. Shayegan B, Rothenberg DM: Anesthesia. In Rush Review of Surgery. (6th Ed) Myers, J et al (Eds). Elsevier, 2017. Chapter 7. (In Press).
    38. Bhatia A, Rothenberg DM: Acute Acid-Base Disorders. In Comprehensive Critical Care: Adult(2nd Ed). Roberts, PR, Todd SR (Eds). Society of Critical Medicine. 2017. (In Press).

Original Contributions

  • Peer Reviewed

    1. Parnass SM, Rothenberg DM, Kerchberger J, et al: Single bolus dose esmolol in the prevention of intubation-induced tachycardia and hypertension in an ambulatory surgery unit. J Clin Anesth 1990;2(4):232-237.
    2. Rothenberg DM, Parnass SM, Litwack K, McCarthy RJ, Newman LM: The efficacy of ephedrine in the prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting.  Anesth Analg 1991;72:58-61.
    3. Franklin CM, Rothenberg DM: Do-not-resuscitate orders in the presurgical patient. J Clin Anesth 1992;48:181-184.
    4. Carroll G, Rothenberg DM: Carbon Dioxide Narcosis:  "Pathological or Pathillogical?" Chest 1992;102:986-988 (Editorial).
    5. O’Connor CJ, Rothenberg DM: Anesthetic considerations for descending thoracic aortic surgery: (Part I). J Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia 1995;9:581-588.
    6. O’Connor CJ, Rothenberg DM: Anesthetic considerations for descending thoracic aortic surgery: (Part II). J Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia 1995;9:734-747.
    7. O’Connor CJ, Rothenberg DM, et al: The effect of esmolol pretreatment on the incidence of regional wall motion abnormalities during electroconvulsive therapy. Anesth Analg 1996;82:143-147.
    8. Rothenberg DM, McCarthy RJ, Peng CC, Normoyle DA. Nausea and vomiting after dexamethasone versus droperidol following outpatient laparoscopy with a propofol-based anesthetic. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 1998;42:637-642.
    9. Lewis KS, Rothenberg DM. Neuromuscular blockade in the intensive care unit.  Am J Health-Syst Pharm 1999;56:72-75.
    10. Lewis KS, Santucci VN, Normoyle DL, Rothenberg DM: Prolonged neuromuscular blockade associated with rocuronium. Am J Health-Syst Pharm 1999;56:1114-1118.
    11. Zajtchuk JT, McLaughlin M, Jacob SK, Rothenberg DM Rush Medical College  Acad Med  2000;75:S107-111.
    12. Devita MA, Webb SA, Hurford WE, Truog RD, Wlody GS, Hayden CT, Sprung CL, Brilli RJ, Beals DA, Rothenberg DM, et al: Position Paper by the Ethics Committee, American College of Critical Care Medicine, Society of Critical Care Medicine. Recommendations for nonheartbeating organ donation. Crit Care Med 2001;29:1826-1831.
    13. Truog RD, Cist AFM, Brackett SE, Burns JP, Curley MAQ, Danis M, DeVita MA, Rosenbaum SH, Rothenberg DM et al. Recommendations for end-of-life care in the intensive care unit: The Ethics Committee of the Society of Critical Care Medicine. Crit Care Med 2001;29:2332-2348.
    14. Croley C, Rothenberg DM. Education of Trainees in the Intensive Care Unit. In: Organizational and Corporate Education in the Intensive Care Unit.  Rosenbaum S (ed).  Crit Care Med  2007; 35:S117-121.
    15. Musacchio MJ, Smith AP, McNeal CA, Munoz L, Rothenberg DM, von Roenn KA, Byrne RW. Neuro-Critical Care Skills Training Using a Human Patient Simulator. Neurocrit Care 2010 13; 169-175.
    16. Vercorlone LW, dela Cruz, A., Archibald T, Thompson, RE, Rothenberg, DM: Anesthesia Considerations for the Hospitalist. Hosp Med Clin. 2016. 281-302.

    Non-Peer Reviewed

    1. Litwack, K, Rothenberg DM: Updates on basic and advanced cardiac life support.  Journal of Post Anesthesia Nursing 1989;4(6):377-381.
    2. Rothenberg DM, Parnass S, El-Ganzouri A: A method of oxygen insufflation during fiberoptic intubation.  J Clin Anesth 1989;1(6):472-474. (letter)
    3. Parnass S, Rothenberg DM, Fischer R, Ivankovich AD: Spinal anesthesia and mini-dose heparin. JAMA 1990;263(11):1496. (letter).
    4. <span style="text-decoration: underlin

Know More About David M. Rothenberg, M.D.



Videos

Review Our Library of Patient Education Videos

$99 Per Month or $1000 Per Year Per Specialty.
Multi-Specialty, Corporate or Hospital Pricing Is Available Upon Request

Give Us a Call or e-mail Us Today
info@yourpracticeonline.net

*Reference

  1. Susannah Fox. Pew Internet: Health. Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project. Dec 16, 2013. https://www.pewinternet.org/Commentary/2011/November/Pew-Internet-Health.aspx. Accessed on January 15, 2014.
  2. Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project Spring Tracking Survey, April 17-May 19, 2013.
  3. Delivery Systems Should Know Their Patients' 'Scores'. Health Affairs. February 2013;32 (2):216-222