Amy Sanderson MD

Amy Sanderson, MD

Assistant in Critical Care Medicine

Instructor in Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical School

  • Contact: 617-355-7327

  • Fax: 617-730-0453

Medical Services

Specialties

  • Critical Care

Departments

  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Anesthesiology Perioperative and Pain Medicine
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Experience and Education

Education

Medical School

University of Kansas, 2000

Kansas City, KS

Residency, Internal Medicine/ Pediatrics

West Virginia University, 2000-2004

Morgantown, WV

Fellowship, Pediatric Critical Care

Boston Children's Hospital, 2004-2007

Boston, MA

Certifications

  • Internal Medicine

  • Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

  • Pediatrics

Publications

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  1. Sanderson A, Hall AM, Wolfe J. Advance Care Discussions: Pediatric Clinician Preparedness and Practices. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2016 Mar; 51(3):520-8.
  2. Sanderson A, Zurakowski D, Wolfe J. Clinician perspectives regarding the do-not-resuscitate order. JAMA Pediatr. 2013 Oct; 167(10):954-8.
  3. Durall A, Zurakowski D, Wolfe J. Barriers to conducting advance care discussions for children with life-threatening conditions. Pediatrics. 2012 Apr; 129(4):e975-82.
  4. Durall A. Care of the caretaker: managing the grief process of health care professionals. Pediatr Ann. 2011 May; 40(5):266-73.
  5. Amy Durall, Joanne Wolfe. Clinician Perspectives on Advanced Care Discussions & the DNR Order at a Children’s Hospital. Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Congress. 2008.
  6. Durall AL, Laussen PC, Randolph AG. Potential for donation after cardiac death in a children's hospital. Pediatrics. 2007 Jan; 119(1):e219-24.
  7. Durall AL, Phillips JR, Weisse ME, Mullett CJ. Infantile Kawasaki disease and peripheral gangrene. J Pediatr. 2006 Jul; 149(1):131-3.
  8. Durall A, Bertha RJ, Slusher T. An unusual complication of endotracheal intubation. Respir Care. 2003 May; 48(5):522-3.
  9. A Durall, A Sawari, M Warden. Intracranial Hypertension in Cryptococcal Meningitis. West Virginia American College of Physicians Annual Meeting. 2003.
  10. BD Cowley, JJ Grantham, MJ Muessel, AL Kraybill, and VH Gattone. Modification of Disease Progression in Rats With Inherited Polycystic Kidney Disease. American Journal of Kidney Diseases. 1996; 27(6):865-879.
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  12. Vincent H Gattone II, Kathleen A MacNaughton, Amy L Kraybill. Murine Autosomal Recessive Polycystic Kidney Disease With Multiorgan Involvement Induced by the cpk Gene. The Anatomical Record. 1996; 245(33):488-499.
  13. VH Gattone, JJ Grantham, AL Kraybill, MJ Muessel, BD Cowley. Dietary Protein Changes Alter the Progression of Inherited Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) in the Rat. The American Society of Nephrology Annual Meeting. 1993.
  14. Cowley BD, S Gudapaty, AL Kraybill, BD Barash, MA Harding, JP Calvet, VHD Gattone. Autosomal Dominant Kidney Disease in the Rat. Kidney International. 1993; 43:522-534.
  15. VH Gattone, AL Kraybill, PD Killen. Renal Extracellular Matrix Expressions in Rodent Models of Inherited Polycystic Kidney Disease. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. 1992; 3:631.
  16. V Gattone, A Kraybill, S Gudapaty, J Kaspareit-Rittinghausen, B Cowley. Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease in the Rat. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. 1990; 1:629.
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