Patrick Linton

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Patrick Linton

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative Care, and Pain Medicine
Dir Adult Offsite Anesthesia Services
Dir of Endoscopy
NYU Anesthesia Associates

Contact Info

Address
560 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/263-1050

Education

1987-1990 — Mount Sinai Medical Center (Surgery), Residency Training
1993-1996 — Hahnemann Hospital, Residency Training

Wounds in Patients with HIV
McMeeking, Alexander; Kim, In; Ross, Frank; Ayello, Elizabeth A; Brem, Harold; Linton, Patrick; O'Neill, Daniel K. Wounds in Patients with HIV. Advances in skin & wound care. 2014 Sep ;27(9):396-399 (1132102)

Perioperative use of bispectral (BIS) monitor for a pressure ulcer patient with locked-in syndrome (LIS)
Yoo, Christine; Ayello, Elizabeth A; Robins, Bryan; Salamanca, Victor R; Bloom, Marc J; Linton, Patrick; Brem, Harold; O'Neill, Daniel K. Perioperative use of bispectral (BIS) monitor for a pressure ulcer patient with locked-in syndrome (LIS). International wound journal. 2014 Oct ;11(5):540-545 (1252522)

Isoproterenol infusion increases level of consciousness during catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation
O'Neill, Daniel K; Aizer, Anthony; Linton, Patrick; Bloom, Marc; Rose, Emily; Chinitz, Larry. Isoproterenol infusion increases level of consciousness during catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation. Journal of interventional cardiac electrophysiology. 2012 Feb 25;34(2):137-142 (173013)

Regional anaesthesia with sedation protocol to safely debride sacral pressure ulcers
O'Neill, Daniel K; Robins, Bryan; Ayello, Elizabeth A; Cuff, Germaine; Linton, Patrick; Brem, Harold. Regional anaesthesia with sedation protocol to safely debride sacral pressure ulcers. International wound journal. 2012 Apr 20;9(5):525-543 (179184)

Isoproternol increases BIS and arousal during catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation
O'Neill D.K.; Rose E.; Linton P.; Hull M.; Aizer A.; Bloom M.. Isoproternol increases BIS and arousal during catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation [Meeting Abstract]. Anesthesia & analgesia. 2011 ;112(5 SUPPL 1):?-? (146278)