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Adel Ghuloom, MD


Overview

Research Interests ICU quality outcome measures
Training + Education Arabian Gulf University, Manama, Bahrain; Wayne State University; Baylor College of Medicine
Board Certifications Internal Medicine, Critical Care
NPI # 1417966615
Gender Male
Language(s) Arabic, Farsi

Locations + Directions

Tufts Medical Center
South Building, 6th Floor
800 Washington St.
Box 315
Boston, MA 02111
Phone #: 617-636-2273

Honors + Awards

2014, Team Excellence Award - Nitric Oxide to Flolan Conversion, Integris Baptist Medical
2012, "You Make A Difference," Integris Baptist Medical Center Board
2009, Outstanding Teaching Faculty, Integris Baptist Medical Center
2007, Teaching Award, Great Plain Family Medicine Residency Program
2007, Outstanding Teaching Faculty, Integris Baptist Medical Center
2006, Outstanding Teaching Faculty, Integris Baptist Medical Center

Publications + National Presentations

1. Singhal A, Sezginsoy B, Ghuloom A, et al Orthotropic Liver Transplant Using Allografts From geriatric Poulation in United States: Is There Any Age Limits?: Experimental and Clinical Transplantation, 2010 3:85

2. Jabbour N, MD, Singhal A, MD, Ghuloom A, MD, et al Multiorgan transplant program in a nonacademic center: organizational structure and Outcomes: Progress in Transplantation, Vol 20, No. 2, June 2010

3. Al-jawder S, Hameed A, Ghuloom A, Mohamed H, Abdulla A, et al Anemia In Intensive Care Units, Clinical Intensive Care 2004;15(2/3):49-55

4. Hameed H, Mohamed H, Ghuloom A, et al Experience with Percutaneous Dilatational Tracheostomy, Clinical Intensive Care 2004;(2/3):87-91

5. Bagali A, Ghuloom A, Dhiman R, et al Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome in Association With Typhoid Fever, American Journal of Kidney Diseases 2003;41(3):709-13

6. Mysore V, Ghuloom A, et al A Case of Recurrent Acute Generalized Exanthematous Pustulosis Due to Betalactam Antibiotics – A Case Report, Journal of Dermatological Treatment 2003;14(1): 54-6

Biography

Dr. Ghuloom has completed internal medicine residency at Wayne State University followed by critical care fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston Texas. He is currently the Director of the cardiovascular critical care service at Tufts medical center. Prior to joining Tufts Medical Center he served as the director of the Transplant critical care medicine at Integris Baptist medical Center in Oklahoma. He has an extensive experience in taking care of patients with advance organ failure syndrome particularly cardiogenic shock, mechanical circulatory support ( LVAD, RVAD, ECMO) and transplant patients particular heart transplant. His areas of interests are management of patients with cardiogenic shock and ARDS requiring extracorporeal life support.

Professional Memberships

American College of Executive Physicians
American Medical Association
American Society of Transplantation
Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians
American College of Physicians
Society of Critical Care Medicine

News, Media + Videos

Gregory Wong (center) returned to the ED and thanked the people who saved his life. From L to R: ED Clinical Nursing Leader Sandy Gibbons, RN; ED Nurse Megan Esch, RN; Wong; Emergency Physician Nadine Youssef, MD; Registration Team Leader Bernice Soohoo.

Working Together: How to Save a Life

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