Susan Goobie MD

Susan Goobie, MD, FRCPC

Associate in Perioperative Anesthesia

Assistant Professor of Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical School

  • Contact: 617-355-7737

  • Fax: 617-730-0894

Medical Services

Specialties

  • Anesthesia
  • Anesthesia
  • Neuroanesthesia

Departments

  • Anesthesiology Perioperative and Pain Medicine

Programs

  • Division of Perioperative Anesthesia
  • Critical Care, Anesthesia Perioperative Extension (CAPE) and Home Ventilation Program
  • Pain Treatment Services
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Experience and Education

Education

Undergraduate

Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1988

Medical School

Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1992

Graduate School

Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1992

Fellowship, Pediatric Anesthesia Research

Boston Children's Hospital, 1999

Boston, MA

Fellowship, Pediatric Anesthesia

Boston Children's Hospital, 1998

Boston, MA

Internship, Rotating

Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1992-1993

Newfoundland, Canada

Residency, Anesthesia

Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1997)

Newfoundland, Canada

Certifications

  • Pediatric Anesthesia

Research

Research Focus Area
Blood conservations strategies, Improving the Care for Children having Major Surgery involving significant Blood Loss, Craniofacial surgery, Neurosurgery,Scoliosis Surgery, Antifibrinolytic Treatment

For more information, please visit my research profile.

Publications

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  1. Goobie SM, Haas T. Perioperative bleeding management in pediatric patients. Curr Opin Anaesthesiol. 2016 Jun; 29(3):352-8.
  2. Nishijima DK, Monuteaux MC, Faraoni D, Goobie SM, Lee L, Galante J, Holmes JF, Kuppermann N. Tranexamic Acid Use in United States Children's Hospitals. J Emerg Med. 2016 Jun; 50(6):868-874.e1.
  3. Faraoni D, Zurakowski D, Vo D, Goobie SM, Yuki K, Brown ML, DiNardo JA. Post-Operative Outcomes in Children With and Without Congenital Heart Disease Undergoing Noncardiac Surgery. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2016 Feb 23; 67(7):793-801.
  4. Goobie SM. A blood transfusion can save a child's life or threaten it. Paediatr Anaesth. 2015 Dec; 25(12):1182-3.
  5. Faraoni D, Van der Linden P, Ducloy-Bouthors AS, Goobie SM, DiNardo JA, Nielsen VG. Quantification of Fibrinolysis Using Velocity Curves Measured with Thromboelastometry in Children with Congenital Heart Disease. Anesth Analg. 2015 Aug; 121(2):486-91.
  6. Goobie SM, Zurakowski D, Proctor MR, Meara JG, Meier PM, Young VJ, Rogers GF. Predictors of clinically significant postoperative events after open craniosynostosis surgery. Anesthesiology. 2015 May; 122(5):1021-32.
  7. Rogers GF, Greene AK, Proctor MR, Mulliken JB, Goobie SM, Stoler JM. Progressive Postnatal Pansynostosis. Cleft Palate Craniofac J. 2015 Nov; 52(6):751-7.
  8. Phi JH, Goobie SM, Hong KH, Dholakia A, Smith ER. Use of tranexamic acid in infants undergoing choroid plexus papilloma surgery: a report of two cases. Paediatr Anaesth. 2014 Jul; 24(7):791-3.
  9. Goobie SM, Haas T. Bleeding management for pediatric craniotomies and craniofacial surgery. Paediatr Anaesth. 2014 Jul; 24(7):678-89.
  10. Faraoni D, Goobie SM. The efficacy of antifibrinolytic drugs in children undergoing noncardiac surgery: a systematic review of the literature. Anesth Analg. 2014 Mar; 118(3):628-36.
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  12. Goobie S. Should aprotinin be reconsidered for use in pediatric surgery? Paediatr Anaesth. 2014 Feb; 24(2):137-40.
  13. Haas T, Goobie S, Spielmann N, Weiss M, Schmugge M. Improvements in patient blood management for pediatric craniosynostosis surgery using a ROTEM(®) -assisted strategy - feasibility and costs. Paediatr Anaesth. 2014 Jul; 24(7):774-80.
  14. Faraoni D, Goobie SM. New insights about the use of tranexamic acid in children undergoing cardiac surgery: from pharmacokinetics to pharmacodynamics. Anesth Analg. 2013 Oct; 117(4):760-2.
  15. Goobie SM, Meier PM, Sethna NF, Soriano SG, Zurakowski D, Samant S, Pereira LM. Population pharmacokinetics of tranexamic acid in paediatric patients undergoing craniosynostosis surgery. Clin Pharmacokinet. 2013 Apr; 52(4):267-76.
  16. Pietrini D. Intraoperative management of blood loss during craniosynostosis surgery. Paediatr Anaesth. 2013 Mar; 23(3):278-80.
  17. Goobie S. The case for the use of tranexamic acid. Paediatr Anaesth. 2013 Mar; 23(3):281-4.
  18. Goobie SM, Meier PM, Pereira LM, McGowan FX, Prescilla RP, Scharp LA, Rogers GF, Proctor MR, Meara JG, Soriano SG, Zurakowski D, Sethna NF. Efficacy of tranexamic acid in pediatric craniosynostosis surgery: a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Anesthesiology. 2011 Apr; 114(4):862-71.
  19. Meier PM, Goobie SM, DiNardo JA, Proctor MR, Zurakowski D, Soriano SG. Endoscopic strip craniectomy in early infancy: the initial five years of anesthesia experience. Anesth Analg. 2011 Feb; 112(2):407-14.
  20. Dingeman RS, Goumnerova LC, Goobie SM. The use of a laryngeal mask airway for emergent airway management in a prone child. Anesth Analg. 2005 Mar; 100(3):670-1, table of contents.
  21. Goobie SM, Montgomery CJ, Basu R, McFadzean J, O'Connor GJ, Poskitt K, Tsui BC. Confirmation of direct epidural catheter placement using nerve stimulation in pediatric anesthesia. Anesth Analg. 2003 Oct; 97(4):984-8, table of contents.
  22. Pollard RC, Makky S, McFadzean J, Ainsworth L, Goobie SM, Montgomery CJ. An admixture of 3 mg x kg(-1) of propofol and 3 mg x kg(-1) of thiopentone reduces pain on injection in pediatric anesthesia. Can J Anaesth. 2002 Dec; 49(10):1064-9.
  23. Goobie SM, Soriano SG, Zurakowski D, McGowan FX, Rockoff MA. Hemostatic changes in pediatric neurosurgical patients as evaluated by thrombelastograph. Anesth Analg. 2001 Oct; 93(4):887-92.
  24. Ginzberg H, Shin J, Ellis L, Goobie S, Morrison J, Corey M, Durie PR, Rommens JM. Segregation analysis in Shwachman-Diamond syndrome: evidence for recessive inheritance. Am J Hum Genet. 2000 Apr; 66(4):1413-6.
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