Dr. Laurie Davies is director of the UF Health Shands operating rooms. She is an associate professor in the divisions of cardiothoracic anesthesia and pediatric anesthesia in the College of Medicine. She is an expert on medical credentialing.
Areas of Expertise (3)
Health Care Operations
Eisenmenger Syndrome in Pregnancy: A Management ConundrumJournal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia
Brandon M. Lopez, et al.
Eisenmenger syndromepulmonary hypertensionpregnancypulmonary vasodilator therapyventricular septal defectmode of delivery Certain uncorrected congenital cardiac abnormalities associated with left-to-right shunting of blood may lead to chronic volume overload with high shear stress on the pulmonary circulation and a resultant increase in pulmonary vascular resistance over time.
Coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic: staged management of surgical services for gynecology and obstetricsAmerican Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Emily E. Weber LeBrun, et al.
The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic warrants an unprecedented global healthcare response requiring maintenance of existing hospital-based services while simultaneously preparing for high-acuity care for infected and sick individuals. Hospitals must protect patients and the diverse healthcare workforce by conserving personal protective equipment and redeployment of facility resources.