Sean M. Bailey

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Sean Bailey

Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Medical Director, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Tisch Hospital

Contact Info

Address
462 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/263-0201

Education

1999-2003 — Tufts University School of Medicine, Medical Education
2006-2009 — New York University Medical Center, Clinical Fellowships

Review of splanchnic oximetry in clinical medicine
Bailey, Sean M; Mally, Pradeep V. Review of splanchnic oximetry in clinical medicine. Journal of biomedical optics. 2016 Sep;21(9):091306-091306 (2228512)

Randomized control trial comparing physiologic effects in preterm infants during treatment with nasal continuous positive airway pressure (NCPAP) generated by Bubble NCPAP and Ventilator NCPAP: a pilot study
Guerin, Craig; Bailey, Sean M; Mally, Pradeep V; Rojas, Mary; Bhutada, Alok; Rastogi, Shantanu. Randomized control trial comparing physiologic effects in preterm infants during treatment with nasal continuous positive airway pressure (NCPAP) generated by Bubble NCPAP and Ventilator NCPAP: a pilot study. Journal of perinatal medicine. 2016 Aug;44(6):655-661 (2239552)

Clinical characteristics and factors associated with term and late preterm infants that do not respond to inhaled nitric oxide (iNO)
Morel, Alexandra Almanzar; Shreck, Evan; Mally, Pradeep V; Kim, Yang; Bailey, Sean M; Wachtel, Elena V. Clinical characteristics and factors associated with term and late preterm infants that do not respond to inhaled nitric oxide (iNO). Journal of perinatal medicine. 2016 Aug;44(6):663-668 (2239532)

Liquid medication errors and dosing tools: A randomized controlled experiment
Shonna, Yin H; Parker, R M; Sanders, L M; Dreyer, B P; Mendelsohn, A L; Bailey, S; Patel, D A; Jimenez, J J; Kim, K -Y A; Jacobson, K; Hedlund, L; Smith, M C J; Harris, L M; McFadden, T; Wolf, M S. Liquid medication errors and dosing tools: A randomized controlled experiment. Pediatrics (1948). 2016 October 2016;138(4):- e20160357 (2284152)

Variability in splanchnic tissue oxygenation during preterm red blood cell transfusion given for symptomatic anaemia may reveal a potential mechanism of transfusion-related acute gut injury
Bailey, Sean M; Hendricks-Munoz, Karen D; Mally, Pradeep V. Variability in splanchnic tissue oxygenation during preterm red blood cell transfusion given for symptomatic anaemia may reveal a potential mechanism of transfusion-related acute gut injury. Blood transfusion = Trasfusione del sangue. 2015 Jan 30;13(3):429-434 (1495022)