Ashok P. Sarnaik, MD. Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Wayne State University School of Medicine. Senior Pediatric Intensivist. Professor of Pediatrics. Former Chief of Pediatrics. Distinguished Career Award from American Academy of Pediatrics Section of Critical Care Medicine. Several Teacher of the Year Awards. President’s Award in Teaching Excellence (1991, 2011). Author of over a hundred articles and book chapters including those in Nelson’s Textbook of Pediatrics and Fuhrman’s Textbook of Pediatric Critical Care.
Identifies the cardiac origin of life-threatening emergencies in children
Provides the pathophysiologic basis of cardiac dysfunction in acquired and congenital heart disease in children
Describes the physiologic rationale for stabilization and management of cardiac emergencies in children
Reviews the interpretation of chest radiographs and laboratory tests in children with heart disease