Bio

Clinical Focus


  • Anesthesiology

Academic Appointments


Professional Education


  • Fellowship:Stanford University School of Medicine - Office of Graduate Affairs - Postdoctoral Affairs (1984) CA
  • Residency:Stanford University School of Medicine - Office of Graduate Affairs - Postdoctoral Affairs (1983) CA
  • Board Certification: Critical Care Medicine, American Board of Anesthesiology (1986)
  • Board Certification: Anesthesiology, American Board of Anesthesiology (1984)
  • Internship:New York Hospital/Cornell Medical Center (1981) NY
  • Medical Education:Stanford University School of Medicine Registrar (1980) CA

Publications

All Publications


  • Pilot Survey of Female Anesthesiologists' Childbearing and Parental Leave Experiences. Anesthesia and analgesia Pearson, A. C., Dodd, S. E., Kraus, M. B., Ondecko Ligda, K. M., Hertzberg, L. B., Patel, P. V., Chandrabose, R. K. 2019; 128 (6): e109?e112

    Abstract

    While the literature regarding physicians' childbearing experiences is growing, there are no studies documenting those of anesthesiologists. We surveyed a convenience sample of 72 female anesthesiologists to obtain pilot data. Sixty-six women completed the survey (91.7% response rate), reporting 113 total births from before 1990 to present. Of all birth experiences, proportions of respondents reporting parental leave, lactation facilities, and lactation duration as adequate were 52.3%, 45.2%, and 58.3%, respectively. Most mothers (51.8%) gave birth to their first child while they were trainees. The majority (94.9%) favored an official statement supporting parental leave. These results may serve as groundwork for larger studies.

    View details for DOI 10.1213/ANE.0000000000003802

    View details for PubMedID 31094811

  • Pilot Survey of Female Anesthesiologists' Childbearing and Parental Leave Experiences. Anesthesia and analgesia Pearson, A. C., Dodd, S. E., Kraus, M. B., Ondecko Ligda, K. M., Hertzberg, L. B., Patel, P. V., Chandrabose, R. K. 2018

    Abstract

    While the literature regarding physicians' childbearing experiences is growing, there are no studies documenting those of anesthesiologists. We surveyed a convenience sample of 72 female anesthesiologists to obtain pilot data. Sixty-six women completed the survey (91.7% response rate), reporting 113 total births from before 1990 to present. Of all birth experiences, proportions of respondents reporting parental leave, lactation facilities, and lactation duration as adequate were 52.3%, 45.2%, and 58.3%, respectively. Most mothers (51.8%) gave birth to their first child while they were trainees. The majority (94.9%) favored an official statement supporting parental leave. These results may serve as groundwork for larger studies.

    View details for PubMedID 30273232

  • PILOT SURVEY OF FEMALE ANESTHESIOLOGISTS' CHILDBEARING AND PARENTAL LEAVE EXPERIENCES Dodd, S. E., Pearson, A. C., Kraus, M. B., Ondecko-Ligda, K., Hertzberg, L. B., Patel, P. V., Chandrabose, R. K. LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS. 2018: 258?60
  • ACUTE ADRENAL INSUFFICIENCY IN A PATIENT WITH APPENDICITIS DURING ANESTHESIA ANESTHESIOLOGY HERTZBERG, L. B., Shulman, M. S. 1985; 62 (4): 517-519

    View details for Web of Science ID A1985AEW5400026

    View details for PubMedID 2984963

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