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Patrick M. Reilly, MD, FCCP, FACS
Traumatology, Surgical Critical Care and Emergency Surgery

 
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Administrative Office:
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
The Trauma Center at Penn
3400 Spruce Street, 5 Maloney
Philadelphia PA 19104
Administrative Assistant: Linda Laska
Administrative Telephone: 215-614-0316
Administrative Fax: 215-349-5917

Clinical Office:
The Trauma Center at Penn
3440 Market Street; 1st Floor
Philadelphia PA 19104
Clinical Telephone: 215-662-7320
Clinical Fax: 215-614-0375

Contact Information (internal use only)

reillyp@uphs.upenn.edu

 

Patrick Reilly is Chief of the Division of Traumatology, Surgical Critical Care and Emergency Surgery in the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He did his surgical residency at the Medical Center of Delaware and completed fellowships in Surgical research at Johns Hopkins and Trauma / Surgical Critical Care at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

His current research activities focus on trauma system design and performance. Working with a number of collaborators at Penn, the research is focused on the impact of trauma system components on outcomes for injured patients. He also has research interests in surgical education as well as critical care outcomes and ICU design.

 
Faculty Appointments
1993 - 1995 Instructor of Surgery, Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
Department of Surgery, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
1995 - 2001 Assistant Professor of Surgery at HUP
Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
Department of Surgery, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
2001 - 2009 Associate Professor of Surgery at HUP
Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
Department of Surgery, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
2009 - present Professor of Surgery at HUP
Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
Department of Surgery, Perelman School of Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
Hospital and Administrative Appointments
1995 - 2002 Attending Staff, Department of Surgery
Brandywine Hospital
Coatesville, Pennsylvania
 
1995 - 1997 Director of Medical Student Education
Division of Trauma & Surgical Critical Care
University of Pennsylvania Health System
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
1996 - present Attending Staff, Department of Surgery
Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
1996 - present Attending Staff, Department of Surgery
Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
1997 - present Program Director, Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
 
1998 - present Clinical Director, Rhoads Surgical ICU
 
1999 - 2001 Co-Medical Director, Surgical Critical Care
 
1999 - 2000 Associate Trauma Program Director
 
2000 - 2009 Attending Staff, Department of Surgery
St. Luke's Hospital, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
 
2000 - 2006 Trauma Program Director
 
2005 - present Attending Staff, Department of Surgery
The Reading Hospital & Medical Center
West Reading, Pennsylvania
 
2006 - 2011 Vice Chief, Division of Trauma & Surgical Critical Care
University of Pennsylvania Health System
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
2009 - present Co-Medical Director, Surgical Critical Care
 
2011 - present Chief, Division of Trauma & Surgical Critical Care
University of Pennsylvania Health System
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
Other Appointments
1997 - present Faculty Interviewer
Perelman School of Medicine
Department of Surgery
 
2005 - 2008 Faculty Director
Mock Oral Program – Department of Surgery
 
Education/Training
1979 - 1983 B.S. University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana
 
1983 - 1987 M.D. Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
Postgraduate Training and Fellowship Appointments
1987 - 1989 Resident, General Surgery
The Medical Center of Delaware
Wilmington, Delaware
(Program Director: Robert J. Baker, M.D.)
 
1989 - 1991 Research Fellow, Department of Surgery
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
(Preceptor: Gregory B. Bulkley, M.D.)
 
1991 - 1993 Resident, General Surgery
The Medical Center of Delaware
Wilmington, Delaware
 
1993 - 1995 Fellow, Division of Trauma and Critical Care
Department of Surgery
University of Pennsylvania Medical Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
(Preceptor: C. William Schwab, M.D.)
 
Memberships/Societies
 
National and International Societies
1993 - present Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST)
Board of Directors, 2000 - present
President, 2009 - 2010
 
1994 - present American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP) (Fellow)
 
1995 - present Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM)
 
1998 - present American College of Surgeons (Fellow)
 
1998 - present American Trauma Society
 
1998 - present Association of Program Directors in Surgery
 
1999 - present American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST)
 
2002 - present American Medical Association
 
2003 - present Society of University Surgeons
 
2005 - present International Surgical Society
 
2008 - present American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma
 
2013 - present Vice-President, EAST Foundation
 
2013- present American Surgical Association (Fellow)   
 
Local Societies
1995 - present Penn Surgical Society
 
1998 - present American College of Surgeons–Philadelphia Chapter
 
2000 - present Society of Critical Care Medicine – PA Chapter
 
2002 - present Pennsylvania Committee on Trauma of the American College of Surgeons
 
2008 - 2012 Chair, Pennsylvania Committee on Trauma
 
National Scientific Committees
1995 - 1996 UNOS Trauma Advisory Council
 
1996 - 2003 EAST Careers in Trauma Committee
(Chairman, 2001-2003)
 
1998 - 2002 EAST Trauma Director’s Development Course
 
1999 - 2002 EAST Program Committee
 
1999 EAST Trauma Directors’ Workshop – Co-Director
 
2001 - 2003 EAST Scholarship Award Selection Committee
 
2002 - 2008 EAST Future of Trauma as a Career Committee
 
2002 - 2003 EAST Board of Directors
 
2003 - present EAST Nominations Committee (Chairman 2010)
 
2005 - present EAST Recorder
 
2006 - present Examination Consultant-American Board of Surgery Committee on Surgical Critical Care
 
2009 - 2010 EAST President
 
2009 - 2011 EAST Foundation Board of Directors
 
2011 - present American College of Surgeons-Committee on Trauma Chair Education Committee
 
2012 - present American College of Surgeons-Committee on Trauma Executive Committee
 
Local and Regional Scientific Committees
1998 HUP Trauma Network Site Surveyor for St. Luke’s Hospital
 
1998 - present Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation Research Committee
 
2004 - present Pennsylvania Trauma System Foundation Outcomes Committee
 
2000 HUP Trauma Network Site Surveyor for St. Luke’s Hospital
 
2010 - present Pennsylvania Trauma System Foundation – Board of Directors
 
Research

Dr. Reilly is currently the Trauma Program Director. He has several areas of interest in clinical research including care of the organ donating patient, trauma system development, clinical practice guideline development and performance improvement.

Current projects include evaluating a trauma exsanguination protocol, validating the concept of “fellow-in-exception" and the role of radiology in the future of trauma.

 
 
 
 
 
Publications
 
Research Publications, Peer-reviewed
  1. Reilly PM, MacGowan S, Miyachi M, Schiller HJ, Vickers S, Bulkley GB: Mesenteric vaso-constriction in cardiogenic shock in pigs. Gastroenterology 102(6):1968-1979, June 1992.
  2. Schoeniger LO, Reilly PM, Bulkley GB, Buchman TG: Heat-shock gene expression excludes hepatic acute-phase gene expression after resuscitation from hemorrhagic shock. Surgery 112(2):355-363, Aug. 1992.
  3. Sing RF, Reilly PM, Schwab CW: The single-layered, parachuted intussuscepted pancreatico-jejunostomy. Am Surgeon 61(4):322-323, Apr. 1995.
  4. Reilly PM, Anderson HL III, Sing RF, Schwab CW, Bartlett RH: Occult hypercarbia: An unrecognized phenomenon during percutaneous endoscopic tracheostomy. Chest 107(6):1760-1763, June 1995.
  5. Reilly PM, Rotondo MF, Carpenter JP, Sherr SA, Schwab CW: Temporary vascular continuity during damage control: Intraluminal shunting for proximal superior mesenteric artery injury. J Trauma 39(4):757-760, Oct. 1995.
  6. Irgau I, Reilly PM, Abdel-Misih RZ: Paired temporary loop ileostomies as an aid in the locali-zation of small bowel hemorrhage of obscure origin. Am Surgeon 61(12):1099-1101, Dec. 1995.
  7. Sing RF, Reilly PM, Rotondo MF, Lynch MJ, McCans JP, Schwab CW: Out-of-hospital rapid sequence induction for intubation of the pediatric patient. Acad Emer Med 3(1):41-45, Jan. 1996.
  8. Nance ML, Sing RF, Reilly PM, Templeton JM Jr, Schwab CW: Thoracic gunshot wounds in children under seventeen years of age. J Ped Surg 31(7):931-935, July 1996.
  9. Grossman MD, Reilly PM, McMahon DJ, Hawthorne RV, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: Who pays for failed organ procurement? What is the cost of altruism? Transplantation 62(12):1828-1831, Dec. 27, 1996.
  10. Reilly PM, Sing RF, Giberson FA, Anderson HL III, Rotondo MF, Tinkoff GH, Schwab CW: Hypercarbia during tracheostomy : A comparison of percutaneous endoscopic, percutaneous Doppler, and standard surgical tracheostomy. Int Care Med 23(8):859-864, Aug. 1997.
  11. Reilly PM, Toung TJ, Miyachi M, Schiller HJ, Bulkley GB: Hemodynamics of pancreatic ischemia in cardiogenic shock in pigs. Gastroenterology 113(3):938-945, Sept. 1997.
  12. Bulkley GB, Bass KN, Stephenson GR, Diener-West M, George S, Reilly PM, Baker RR, Drachman DB. Extended cervicomediastinal thymectomy in the integrated management of myasthenia gravis. Ann Surg 226(3):324-335, Sept. 1997.
  13. Scribano PV, Nance M, Reilly PM, Sing RF, Selbst SM. Pediatric nonpowder firearm injuries: Outcome in an urban pediatric setting. Pediatrics 100(4):E5, Oct. 1997. (http://www.pediatrics.org/cgi/content/full/100/4/e5)
  14. Hoff WS, Reilly PM, Rotondo MF, DiGiacomo JD, Schwab CW. The importance of the command physician in trauma resuscitation. J Trauma 43(5):772-777, Nov. 1997.
  15. Reilly PM, Sing RF, Grossman MD, Hawthorne RF, Hoff WS, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: The cost of altruism: Patient charges for organ donation after traumatic injury. Internet J Anesthesiology 1: 1997. (link)
  16. Jenkins DR, Reilly PM, McMahon DJ, Grossman MD, Alavi A, Schwab CW: Minimizing charges associated with the determination of brain death. Crit Care 1:65-70, 1997.
  17. Sing RF, Sue SR, Reilly PM: Balloon catheter tamponade of exsanguinating facial hemorrhage: A case report. J Emer Med 16(4):601-602, July/Aug. 1998.
  18. Grossman MD, May AK, Schwab CW, Reilly PM, McMahon DJ, Rotondo MF, Shapiro MB, Kauder DR, Frankel H, Anderson H III: Determining anatomic injury with computed tomography in selected torso gunshot wounds. J Trauma 45(3):446-456, Sept. 1998.
  19. Hoff WS, Ginsberg GG, Grossman MD, Reilly PM, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: Traumatic choledochogastric fistula: Endoscopic evaluation and treatment with a biliary stent. J Trauma 45(6):1094-1096, Dec. 1998.
  20. Reilly PM, Sing RF, Anderson HL, Schwab CW: Hypercarbia during tracheostomy in the head injured patient: Comparison of percutaneous endoscopic, percutaneous doppler, and standard surgical tracheostomy. Internet J Emerg & Intensive Care Med 1, 1998. (link)
  21. Hanson CW III, Deutschman CS, Anderson HL III, Reilly PM, Behringer EC, Schwab CW, Price J: Effects of an organized critical care service on outcomes and utilization: A cohort study. Crit Care Med 27(2):270-274, Feb. 1999.
  22. Grossman MD, Reilly PM, McMahon DJ, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: Gunshot wounds below the popliteal fossa: A contemporary review. Am Surgeon 65(4): 360-365, April 1999.
  23. Grossman MD, Reilly PM, Gillett T, Gillett D: A national survey of the incidence of cervical spine injury and approach to cervical spine clearance in U.S. trauma centers. J Trauma 47(4): 684-690, Oct. 1999.
  24. Reilly PM, Morgan L, Grossman MD, Shapiro MB, Anderson HL, Hawthorne RV, Schwab CW: Lung procurement from solid organ donors: Role of fluid resuscitation in procurement failures. Internet J Emerg & Intensive Care Med 3, 1999. (link)
  25. Razek T, Gracias V, Sullivan D, Braxton C, Gandhi R, Gupta R, Malcynski J, Anderson HL, Reilly PM, Schwab CW: Assessing the need for reintubation: A prospective evaluation of unplanned endotracheal extubation. J Trauma 48(3):466-469, March 2000.
  26. Toung T, Reilly PM, Fuh KC, Ferris R, Bulkley GB: Mesenteric vasoconstriction in response to hemorrhagic shock. Shock 13(4):267-273, 2000.
  27. Fitzpatrick MK, Frankel HL, Heliger LA, Auerbach S, Reilly PM, Schwab CW. Integration of concurrent trauma registry and performance improvement programs. J Trauma Nursing 7:92-97, 2000.
  28. Johnson JW, Gracias VH, Schwab CW, Reilly PM, Kauder DR, Dabrowski GP, Shapiro MB, Rotondo MF. Evolution in damage control for exsanguinating penetrating abdominal injury. J Trauma, 51(2):261-271, Aug. 2001.
  29. Gracias VH, Reilly PM, Philpott J, Klein WP, Lee SY, Singer M, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW. Computed tomography in the evaluation of penetrating neck trauma. Archives Surg 136(11):1231-1235, Nov. 2001.
  30. Malcynski JT, Hoff WS, Reilly PM, Gracias VH, Gupta R, Gandhi R, Razek T, Sullivan DJ, Schwab CW. Practice management guidelines for trauma patients: Where’s the evidence? Internet J Emergency and Intensive Care Med 5(2): 2001.
  31. Johnson JW, Gracias VH, Reilly PM, Dabrowski GP, Shapiro MB, Kauder DR, Schwab CW. Hepatic angiography in patients undergoing damage control laparotomy. J Trauma 52(6):1102-1106, June 2002.
  32. Gestring ML, Gracias VH, Feliciano MA, Shapiro MB, Johnson JW, Reilly PM, Kauder DR, Schwab CW. Evaluation of the lower spine following blunt trauma using abdominal computed tomography supplemented with lateral scanograms. J Trauma 53(1):9-14, July 2002.
  33. Gracias VH, Frankel H, Gupta R, Reilly PM, Gracias F, Klein W, Nisenbaum H, Schwab CW. The role of positive examinations in training for the focused assessment sonogram in trauma (FAST) examination. Amer Surg 68(11):1008-1011, Nov. 2002.
  34. Gracias VH, Braslow B, Johnson J, Pryor JP, Gupta R, Reilly PM, Schwab CW. Abdominal compartment syndrome in the open abdomen. Arch Surg 137(11):1298-1399, Nov. 2002.
  35. Guillamondegui OD, Pryor JP, Gracias VH, Reilly PM, Schwab CW. The pelvic x-ray in blunt trauma resuscitation: A diminishing role. J Trauma 53(6):1043-1047, Dec. 2002.
  36. Sharpe RP, Gupta R, Gracias VH, Pryor JP, Pieracci F, Reilly PM, Schwab CW. Incidence and natural history of below-knee DVT in high-risk trauma patients. J Trauma, 53(6):1048-1052, Dec. 2002.
  37. Auerbach S, Fitzpatrick MK, Garuffe A, Williams B, McMaster J, Stum M, Reilly PM. Enhancing data quality through the formation of a trauma registry workgroup. J Trauma Nursing 9: 46-50, 2002.
  38. Goettler CE, Pryor JP, Reilly PM. Brachial plexopathy after prone positioning. Critical Care 6(6): 540-543, Dec. 2002.
  39. Rotondo MF, Cheatham ML, Moore FA, Reilly PM. Abdominal compartment syndrome. Contemp Surg 59(6):260-270, June 2003.
  40. Reilly PM, Schwab CW, Haut ER, Gracias VH, Dabrowski GP, Gupta R, Pryor JP, Kauder DR. Training In trauma surgery: Quantitative and qualitative aspects of a new paradigm for fellowship. Ann Surg 238(4):596-604, Oct. 2003.
  41. Levitan RM, Rosenblatt B,. Meiner EM, Reilly PM, Hollander JE. Alternating day emergency medicine and anesthesia resident responsibility for management of the trauma airway: A study of laryngoscopy performance and intubation success. Ann Emerg Med 43(1):48-53, Jan. 2004.
  42. Hoff WS, Sicoutris CP, Lee SY, Rotondo MF, Holstein JJ, Gracias VH, Pryor JP, Reilly PM, Doroski KK, Schwab CW. Formalized radiology rounds: the final component of the tertiary survey. J Trauma 56(2):291-295, Feb. 2004.
  43. Gracias VH, Guillamondegui OD, Stiefel MF, Wilensky EM, Bloom S, Gupta R, Pryor JP, Reilly PM, Leroux PD, Schwab CW. Cerebral cortical oxygenation: A pilot study. J Trauma 56(3):469-474, Mar. 2004.
  44. Kim PK, Dabrowski GP, Reilly PM, Auerbach S, Kauder DR, Schwab CW. Redefining the future of trauma surgery as a comprehensive trauma and emergency general surgery service. JACS 199(1):96-101, July 2004.
  45. Kim PK, Gracias VH, Maidment AD, O'Shea M, Reilly PM, Schwab CW. Cumulative radiation dose caused by radiologic studies in critically ill trauma patients. J Trauma 57(3):510-514, Sept. 2004.
  46. Reilly PM, Schwab CW, Kauder DR, Dabrowski GP, Gracias V, Gupta R, Pryor JP, Braslow BM, Kim P, Wiebe DJ. The invisible trauma patient: Emergency department discharges. J Trauma 58(4):675-685, Apr. 2005.
  47. Pryor JP, Braslow B, Reilly PM, Gullamondegi O, Hedrick JH, Schwab CW. The evolving role of interventional radiology in trauma care. J Trauma 59(1):102-104, July 2005.
  48. Grande WJ, Trerotola SO, Reilly PM, Clark TW, Soulen MC, Patel A, Shlansky-Goldberg RD, Tuite CM, Solomon JA, Mondschein JI, Fitzpatrick MK, Stavropoulos SW. Experience with the recovery filter as a retrievable inferior vena cava filter. J Vasc Interven Radiol 16(9):1189-1193, Sept. 2005.
  49. Gale SC, Gracias VH, Reilly PM, Schwab CW. The inefficiency of plain radiography to evaluate the cervical spine after blunt trauma. J Trauma 59(5):1121-1125, Nov. 2005.
  50. Cotton BA, Pryor JP, Chinwalla I, Wiebe DJ, Reilly PM, Schwab CW. Respiratory complications and mortality risk associated with thoracic spine injury. J Trauma 59(6):1400-1409, Dec. 2005.
  51. Haut ER, Sicoutris CP, Meredith DM, Sonnad SS, Reilly PM, Schwab CW, Hanson CW, Gracias VH. Improved nurse job satisfaction and job retention with the transition from a “mandatory consultation” model to a “semiclosed” surgical intensive care unit: A 1-year prospective evaluation. Crit Care Med 34(2):387-395, Feb. 2006.
  52. FitzPatrick MK, Reilly PM, Laborde A, Braslow B, Pryor JP, Blount A, Gaskell S, Boris R, McMaster J, Ellis J, Fontenot A, Telford G, Schwab CW. Maintaining patient throughput on an evolving trauma/emergency surgery service. J Trauma 60(3):481-488, Mar. 2006.
  53. Chao A, Huang CH, Pryor JP, Reilly PM, Schwab CW. Analgesic use in intubated patients during acute resuscitation. J Trauma 60(3):579-582, Mar. 2006.
  54. Chen EH, Mills AM, Lee BY, Robey JL, Zogby KE, Shofer FS, Reilly PM, Hollander JE. The impact of a concurrent trauma alert evaluation on time to head computed tomography in patients with suspected stroke. Acad Emerg Med 13(3):349-352, Mar. 2006.
  55. Sing RF, Camp SM, Heniford BT, Rutherford EJ, Dix S, Reilly PM, Holmes JH, Haut E, Hayanga A. Timing of pulmonary emboli after trauma: implications for retrievable vena cava filters. J Trauma 60(4):732-735, Apr. 2006.
  56. Earley AS, Gracias VH, Haut E, Sicoutris CP, Wiebe DJ, Reilly PM, Schwab CW. Anemia management program reduces transfusion volumes, incidence of ventilator-associated pneumonia, and cost in trauma patients. J Trauma. 61(1):1-7, July 2006.
  57. Fishman PE, Shofer FS, Robey JL, Zogby KE, Reilly PM, Branas CC, Pines JM, Hollander JE. The impact of trauma activations on the care of emergency department patients with potential acute coronary syndromes. Ann Emer Med 48(4):347-353, Oct. 2006.
  58. Earley AS, Pryor JP, Kim PK, Hedrick JH, Kurichi JE, Minogue AC, Sonnad SS, Reilly PM, Schwab CW. An acute care surgery model improves outcomes in patients with appendicitis. Ann Surg 244(4):498-504, Oct. 2006.
  59. Gale SC, Sicoutris C, Reilly PM, Schwab CW, Gracias VH. Poor glycemic control is associated with increased mortality in critically ill trauma patients. J Trauma 73(5):454-460, May 2007.
  60. Haut ER, Kamal MK, Reilly PM, Stavropoulos SW. Successful percutaneous retrieval of a Swan-Ganz catheter entrapped in an IVC filter: A case report. J Trauma 62(6):1507-1510, June 2007.
  61. Carr BG, Kaye AJ, Wiebe DJ, Gracias VH, Schwab CW, Reilly PM. Emergency department length of stay: A major risk factor for pneumonia in intubated blunt trauma patients. J Trauma 63(1):9-12, July 2007.
  62. Pascual JL, Maloney-Wilensky E, Reilly PM. Sicoutris C, Keutmann MK, Stein SC, LeRoux PD, Gracias VH. Resuscitation of hypotensive head-injured patients: Is hypertonic saline the answer?. Am Surgeon 74(3):253-259, Mar. 2008.
  63. Seamon MJ, Shiroff AM, Franco M, Stawicki SP, Molina EJ, Gauhhan JP, Reilly PM, Schwab CW, Pryor JP, Goldberg AJ. Emergency department thoracotomy for penetrating injuries of the heart and great vessels: an appraisal of 283 consecutive cases from two urban trauma centers. Journal of Trauma-Injury Infection & Critical Care 67(6):1250-7 Dec. 2009.
  64. Tinti MS, Haut ER, Horan AD, Sonnad S, Reilly PM, Schwab CW, Gracias VH. Transition to a semiclosed surgical intensive care unit (SICU) leads to improved resident job satisfaction: a prospective, longitudinal analysis. Journal of Surgical Educational 66(1):25-30, Jan-Feb 2009.
  65. Seamon MJ, Kim PK, Stawicki SP, Dabrowski GP, Goldberg AJ, Reilly PM, Schwab CW. Pancreatic injury in damage control laparotomies: Is pancreatic resection safe during the initial laparotomy? Injury 40(1):61-5 Jan 2009.
  66. Seamon MJ, Shiroff AM, Franco M, Stawicki SP, Molina EJ, Gaughan JP, Reilly PM, Schwab CW, Pryor JP, Goldberg AJ. Re-evaluating ED thoracotomy for penetrating injuries of the heart and great vessels: An appraisal of 283 consecutive cases from two urban trauma centers. J Trauma 67: 1250-1258, 2009.
  67. Sarani B, Temple-Lykens B, Kim P, Sonnad S, Bergey M, Pascual JL, Sims C, Schwab CW, Reilly PM.  Factors associated with mortality and brain injury after falls from the standing position.  J Trauma 67: 954-958, 2009.
  68. Carr BG, Jenkins P, Branas CC, Wiebe DJ, Kim P, Schwab CW, Reilly PM.  Does the Trauma System Protect Against the Weekend Effect?  J Trauma, 69:1042-1048, 2010.
  69. Carr BG, Reilly PM, Schwab CW, Brans CC, Geiger J, Wiebe DJ.  Weekend and Night Outcomes in a State Trauma System.  Arch Surg, 146(7), 2011.
  70. Morris DS, Rohrbach J, Rodgers M, Sundararam LMT, Sonnad S, Pascual J, Sarani B, Reilly P, Sims C.  the surgical revolving door: Risk factors for hospital readmission.  J Surg Research 170:297-301, 2011.
  71. Holena DN, NetzerG, Localio R, Gallop RJ, Ballamy SL, Meyer NJ, Shashaty MG, Lanken PN, Kaplan S, Reilly PM, Christie, JD. The Association of early transfusion with acute lung injury in patients with severe injury. J Trauma 73(4):825-31, 2012.
  72. Reilly PM. Trauma Fellowship. J Trauma 73 (2):523-7, 2012.
  73. Marks JA, Li S, Gong W, Sanati P, Eisenstadt R, Sims C, Smith DH, Reilly PM, Pascual, JL. Similar effects of hypertonic saline and mannitol on the inflammation of the blood-brain barrier microcirculation after brain injury in a mouse model. J Trauma 73(2):351-7, 2012.
  74. Menger R, Telford G, Kim P, Bergey MR, Foreman J, Sarani B, Pascual J, Reilly P, Schwab CW, Sims CA.  Complications following thoracic trauma managed with a tube thoracostomy.  Injury 43:46-50, 2012.
  75. Morris DS, Reilly P, Rohrbach J, Telford G, Kim P, Sims CA.  The influence of unit based nurse practitioners on hospital outcomes and readmission rates for patients with trauma.  J Trauma 73:474-478, 2012.
  76. Georgoff P, Perales P, Laguna B, Holena D, Reilly P, Sims C. Colonic injuries and the damage control abdomen: Does management strategy matter? J of Surgical Research 181 (2) 293-299 2013.
  77. Clement, RC, Carr BG, Kallan MJ, Wolff C, Reilly PM, Malhotra NR. Volume-outcome relationship in neurotrauma care. Journal of Neurosurgery. 118(3):687-93, 2013
  78. Sims CA, Isserman JA, Holena D, Sundaram LM, Tolstoy N, Greer S, Sonnad S, Pascual J, Reilly PM.  Exception from informed consent: Consulting the trauma community.  J Trauma 74:157-166, 2013.
  79. Jacovides CL, Bruns B, Holena D, Sims C, Wiebe DJ, Reilly PM, Pascual JL. Penetrating trauma in urban women patterns of injury and violence. J of Surgical Research 2013 In Press
  80. Morris DS, Rohrbach J, Sundaram LM, Sonnad S, Sarani B, Pascual J, Reilly P, Schwab CW, Sims C: Early hospital readmission in the trauma population: Are the risk factors different?  Injury. 2013 May 29. doi:pii: S0020-1383(13)00223-4. 10.1016/j.injury.2013.04.029. [Epub ahead of print]
  81. Benns M, Reilly P, Kim P. Early pulmonary embolism after injury: A different clinical entity? Injury 2013, In Press
Reviews in Peer-Reviewed Research Publications
  1. Reilly PM, Bulkley GB: Tissue injury by free radicals and other toxic oxygen metabolites. [Review] Br J Surg 77(12):1324-1325, Dec. 1990.
  2. Reilly PM, Schiller HJ, Bulkley GB: The pharmacologic approach to tissue injury mediated by free radicals and other reactive oxygen metabolites. [Review] Am J Surg 161(4):488-503, Apr. 1991.
  3. Harris ML, Schiller HJ, Reilly PM, Donowitz M, Bulkley GB: Free radicals and other toxic oxygen metabolites in inflammatory bowel disease: Cause, consequence, or epiphenomenon? [Review] Pharmacol & Ther 53(3):375-408, 1992.
  4. Reilly PM, Bulkley GB: Vasoactive mediators and splanchnic perfusion. [Review] Crit Care Med 21(2 suppl):S55-68, Feb. 1993.
  5. Schiller HJ, Reilly PM, Bulkley GB: Tissue perfusion in critical illnesses: Antioxidant therapy. [Review] Crit Care Med 21(2 Suppl):S92-102, Feb. 1993.
  6. Jenkins DH, Reilly PM, Schwab CW: Improving the approach to organ donation: A review. [Review] World J Surg 23(7):644-649, July 1999.
  7. Braxton CC, Reilly PM, Schwab CW: Road trips: The traveling ICU patient. [Review] Surgical Clinics of North America: Critical Care of the Trauma Patient 80(3):949-956, June 2000.
  8. Razek T, Olthoff K, Reilly PM: Issues in potential organ donor management. [Review] Surgical Clinics of North America: Critical Care of the Trauma Patient 80(3):1021-1032, June 2000.
  9. Pryor JP, Reilly PM, Shapiro MB: Surgical airway management in the intensive care unit. [Review] Crit Care Clinics 16(3):473-488, July 2000.
  10. Reilly PM, Wilkins KB, Fuh KC, Haglund U, Bulkley GB: The mesenteric hemodynamic response to circulatory shock : An overview. [Review] Shock 15(5):329-343, May 2001.
  11. Pryor JP, Reilly PM, Dabrowski GP, Grossman MD, Schwab CW. Non-operative management of abdominal gunshot wounds. [Review] Ann Emer Med 43(3):344-353, Mar. 2004.
  12. Pryor JP, Reilly PM. Initial care of the patient with blunt polytrauma. [Review] Clin Ortho Related Research (422):30-36, May 2004.
  13. Pryor JP, Reilly PM, Schwab CW, Kauder DR, Dabrowski GP, Gracias VH, Braslow B, Gupta R. Integrating emergency general surgery with a trauma service: impact on the care of injured patients. [Review] J Trauma 57(3):467-473, Sept. 2004.
  14. Esposito TJ, Rotondo M, Barie PS, Reilly P, Pasquale MD. Making the case for a paradigm shift in trauma surgery. [Review] JACS 202(4):655-667, Apr. 2006.
  15. FitzPatrick MK, Reilly P, Stavropoulos SW. The use of retrievable inferior vena cava filters in trauma: Implications for the trauma team. [Review] J Trauma Nurs 13(2):45-53, Apr.-June 2006.
  16. Reilly PM, Schwab CW. Acute care surgery: The academic hospital’s perspective. [Review] Surgery 141(3):299-301, Mar. 2007.
  17. Seymour CW, Frazer M, Reilly PM, Fuchs BD. Airway pressure release and biphasic intermittent positive airway pressure ventilation: Are they ready for prime time?. [Review] J Trauma 62(5):1298-1309, May 2007.
  18. Sarani B, Kinkle W, Reilly P. Pitfalls in percutaneous dilational tracheostomy using the Ciaglia one-step technique. [Review] Southern Med J 101(3):297-302, Mar. 2008.
Contributions to Peer-Reviewed Clinical Research Publications, Participation Cited But Not By Authorship
  1. Wiedemann H, Wheeler A, Bernard G, Thompson B, Hayden D, Reilly PM. Comparison of two fluid-management strategies in acute lung injury. ARDS Clinical Trial. NEJM 354:1-12, 2006.
  2. Steinber K, Hudson L, Goodman R, Hough C, Lanken P, Reilly PM. Efficacy and safety of corticosteroids for persistent acute respiratory distress syndrome. ARDS Clinical Trial. NEJM 354:1671-1684, 2006.
  3. Wheeler A, Bernard G, Thompson B, Schoenfeld D, Reilly PM. Pulmonary-artery vs. central venous catheter to guide treatment of acute lung injury. ARDS Clinical Trial. NEJM 354:2213-2224, 2006.
  4. Pasquale MD, Peitzman AB, PTSF Outcomes Committee. Preventability classification in mortality cases : A reliability study. J Trauma 67: 1097-1102, 2009.
Research Publications, Non-Peer-Reviewed
  1. Shrager J, Sing RF, Reilly PM, Anderson HL, Schwab CW: Percutaneous endoscopic tracheos-tomy. Surg Rounds 681-685, 1994.
  2. Johnson JW, Johnson DD, Jenkins D, Reilly PM, Dickinson E: Body armor: Changing the face of penetrating injuries. JEMS 25:32-41, 2000.
  3. Sakran JV, Holena D, Reilly PM, Dickinson ET. Team Effort: collaboration makes survival possible for thoracic injury. JEMS 37(3):28, 31,2012.
Editorials, Chapters & Participation in Committee Reports
  1. Reilly PM, Bulkley GB: The splanchnic hemodynamic response to circulatory shock. In: The Cell Biology of Inflammation in the Gastrointestinal Tract. London: Corners Publications, 1990, 145-166.
  2. Reilly PM, Jones B, Bulkley GB: Noninvasive assessment of ischemic bowel syndromes. In: Current Therapy in Vascular Surgery--2. Philadelphia: BC Decker, Inc., 1990, 718-725.
  3. Peters JH, Reilly PM, Merine DS, Bulkley GB: Vascular insufficiency. In Yamada T (ed): Textbook of Gastroenterology. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott Company, 1991, 2188-2217.
  4. Schiller HJ, Reilly PM, Bulkley GB: Antioxidant therapy for ischemia/ reperfusion, trauma and burn injury: An overview. In: Oxidative Damage and Repair. New York: Pergamon Press, Inc, 1991, 673-682.
  5. Reilly PM, Peters JH, Merine DS, Bulkley GB: Mesenteric vascular insufficiency. In Yamada T (ed): Atlas of Gastroenterology. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott Co., 1992, 415-430.
  6. Reilly PM, Bulkley GB: Mesenteric vascular diseases. In Kelley WN (ed): Textbook of Internal Medicine. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott Company, 1992, 502-508.
  7. Reilly PM, Bulkley GB: Reactive oxygen metabolites in shock. In Holcroft JW (ed): Care of the Surgical Patient. New York: Scientific American, 1992, IV:8:1-30.
  8. Reilly PM, Bulkley GB: Reactive oxygen metabolites: Mediators of gastrointestinal injury. In O'Brien P (ed): Mechanisms of Injury, Protection and Repair of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract. New York: Raven Press, 1992, 159-174.
  9. Reilly PM, Jones B, Bulkley GB: Volvulus of the colon. In Cameron JL (ed): Current Surgical Therapy -- 4. Philadelphia: BC Decker, 1992, 170-174.
  10. Reilly PM, Bulkley GB: Vascular diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and liver. In Kelley WN (ed): Essentials of Internal Medicine. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott Co., 1994, 160-162.
  11. Reilly PM, Schiller HJ, Bulkley GB: Reactive oxygen metabolites in shock. In Holcroft JW (ed): Care of the Surgical Patient - IV. (revision of #6) New York: Scientific American, 1994, 1-32.
  12. Bastidas JA, Reilly PM, Bulkley GB: Mesenteric vascular insufficiency. In Yamada T (ed): Textbook of Gastroenterology Second Ed. (revision of #3) Philadelphia: JB Lippincott Company, 1995, 2490-2523.
  13. Reilly PM, Sing RF. Does the potential for organ donation justify scene flights for gunshot wounds to the head? [Comment/Letter] J Trauma 40(4):675, Apr. 1996.
  14. McMahon DJ, Grossman MD, Schiller HJ, Reilly PM. Nonoperatively managed hepatic injuries. [Comment/Letter] J Trauma 41(2):370-371, 1996 Aug.
  15. Reilly PM, Schiller HJ, Bulkley GB: Reactive oxygen metabolites in shock. In Holcroft JW (ed): Care of the Surgical Patient - IV. (revision of #6) New York: Scientific American, 1996, 1-30.
  16. Reilly PM. Deep venous thrombosis and prophylaxis. In Peitzman AB, Rhodes M, Schwab CW, Yealy DM (eds): The Trauma Manual. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 1997, 466-472.
  17. Reilly PM. Housestaff responsibilities. In Peitzman AB, Rhodes M, Schwab CW (eds): The Trauma Manual. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 1997, 477-482.
  18. Reilly PM, Bailey RW, Buchman TG, Haglund U, Bulkley GB: The mesenteric hemodynamic response to circulatory shock. In Dudley HA (ed): Scientific Foundations of Trauma, Vol II. Oxford: Heinemann Medical Books, 1997, 581-600.
  19. Reilly PM, Anderson HL. Hypercarbia during tracheostomy. [Letter] Int Care Med 24:279-280, 1998.
  20. Reilly PM, Alavi A, Jenkins DH. Imaging the brain. [Comment/Letter] NEJM 339(6):408-409, Aug. 6, 1998.
  21. Reilly PM. Comment on “The role of presacral drainage in the management of penetrating rectal injuries.” [Comment] J Trauma 45:660, 1998.
  22. Reilly PM, Shapiro MB, Malcynski JT. Percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy under the microscope: Justification for intra-procedural bronchoscopy?. [Editorial] Inten Care Med 25(1):3-4, Jan. 1999.
  23. Rotondo MF, Reilly PM: Bleeding and coagulation disorders. In Mattox KL, Feliciano DV, Moore EF (eds): Trauma - Fourth Edition. Stamford: Appleton and Lange, 1999, 1267-1285.
  24. Grossman MD, Reilly PM. Major abdominal surgery. In Lanken PN, Hanson CW, Manaker S (eds): The Intensive Care Unit Manual. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 2000, 987-998.
  25. Gabbay DS, Reilly PM: Great vessel injuries. Chapter 104 in Harwood-Nuss AL, Linden CH, Luten RC, Shepherd SM, Wolfson AB (eds): The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven, 2000, 509-514.
  26. Pryor JP, Frankel HL, Reilly PM, Hanson CW, Schwab CW. Bedside percutaneous versus open tracheostomy. [Comment/Letter] Crit Care Med 28(9):3372-3373, Sept. 2000.
  27. Gracias VH, Ong AH, Reilly PM. The Mangled Extremity. In Sing RF, Reilly PM, Messick WJ (eds) : Initial Management of Injuries. London, BMJ Books, 2000, 166-170.
  28. Costello BJ, Silverstein K, Reilly PM: Facial trauma. In Sing RF, Reilly PM, Messick WJ (eds): Initial Management of Injuries. London: BMJ Books, 2000, 193-201.
  29. Reilly PM. Tracheostomy in the ICU. In Schwab CW (ed): Contemporary Issues in Clinical Trauma Care. Chicago: American College of Surgeons, 45-47, 2000.
  30. Gabbay DS, Reilly PM. Great vessel injuries. Chap. 104 in Harwood-Nuss AL, Wolfson AB, Linden CH, Shepherd SM, Stenklyft PH (eds); The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine. Philadelphia, Lippincott-Raven, 2000, 509-514.
  31. Gracias VH, Reilly PM: Fluids, electrolytes, and acid-base disorders. In Kaiser LR (ed): The Surgical Review. Philadelphia: Lippincott/Williams & Wilkins, 2001, 148-158.
  32. Reilly PM, Johnson JW. The role of interventional radiology in the treatment of truncal injury. In Peitzman AB (ed): Clinical Update in Trauma. Chicago: American College of Surgeons, 14-16, 2001.
  33. Reilly PM, Kelly SA, Schiller HJ, Bulkley GB: Reactive oxygen metabolites. In Wilmore DW (ed): ACS Surgery : Principle and Practice. New York: WebMD, 1559-1589, 2002.
  34. Ochoa J, Reilly PM: Support of the potential organ donor. In Peitzman AB, Rhodes M, Schwab CW, Yealy DM, Fabian T (eds): The Trauma Manual – 2nd Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2002, 428-432.
  35. Johnson J, Reilly PM: Deep venous thrombosis and prophylaxis. In Peitzman AB, Rhodes M, Schwab CW , Yealy DM, Fabian T (eds): The Trauma Manual – 2nd Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2002, 487-495.
  36. Dabrowski GP, Reilly PM. Housestaff Responsibilities. In Peitzman AB, Rhodes M, Schwab CW, Yealy DM, Fabian T(eds): The Trauma Manual – 2nd Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2002, 503-507.
  37. Reilly PM, Bar C, Riely J, Schwab CW: Unit 4.5: Firearm injury. In: Mount Royal College - HLTH 1363 Forensic Practice & Prevention in the Clinical Setting. 2002. (link)
  38. Newberg A, Alavi A, van Rhijn S, Cotter A, Reilly PM. Radionuclide brain perfusion imaging affects outcome and organ donation. (Research Letter to the Editor) JAMA 288:2121, 2002.
  39. Reilly PM. Comment on “Both primary and secondary abdominal compartment syndrome can be predicted early and are harbingers of multiple organ failure.” J Trauma 54:859-860, 2003.
  40. Rotondo MF, Reilly PM: Bleeding and Coagulation Problems. In Moore EF, Mattox KL, Feliciano DV (ed): Trauma Manual. New York, McGraw-Hill, 452-459, 2003.
  41. Sinson G, Reilly PM, Grady MS: Medical management of moderate/severe TBI: Initial resuscitation/patient evaluation. Chap. 326 in Winn HR (ed): Youman's Neurological Surgery, 5th Edition. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 2004, 5083-5101.
  42. Gracias VH, Reilly PM: Initial Evaluation and Resuscitation of the Trauma Patient. In Cameron JL (ed): Current Surgical Therapy, 8th Edition. Philadelphia: Elsevier Science, 2004, 904-909.
  43. Reilly AF, Reilly PM. Comment on “Excess length of stay, charges, and mortality attributable to medical injuries during hospitalization.” [Commentary] Evidenced-Based Healthcare 8:60-62, 2004.
  44. Rotondo MF, Esposito TJ, Reilly PM, Barie PS, Meredith JW, Eddy VA, Rabinovici R, Jacobs LM, Cunningham PR, Frykberg ER, Rhodes M, Pasquale MD, Enderson BL, Locurto JJ Jr, Atweh NA, Ivatury RR. The position of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma on the future of trauma surgery. J Trauma 59(1):77-79, July 2005.
  45. Carr BG, Goyal M, Mark D, Gracias VH, Reilly PM, Deutschman C, Baxt WG. Multidisciplinary critical care: Right care, right now. [Comment/Letter] Crit Care Med 34(5):1579-1580, May 2006.
  46. Sims CA, Ochoa J, Reilly PM. Support of the organ donor. In Peitzman AB, Rhodes M, Schwab CW, Yealy DM, Fabian T(eds): The Trauma Manual, Third Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008, 479-486.
  47. Bilski T, Reilly PM. Venous thromboembolism. In Peitzman AB, Rhodes M, Schwab CW, Yealy DM, Fabian T (eds): The Trauma Manual, Third Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008, 543-551.
  48. Earley A, Reilly PM. Spine and spinal cord injuries. In Brooks A, Mahoney P, Hodgetts T (eds): Churchill's Pocketbook of Major Trauma. Edinburgh, UK: Elsevier, 2008 (in press).
  49. Sims CA, Reilly PM. Penetrating neck trauma. In Cameron JL (ed): Current Surgical Therapy, 9th Edition. Philadelphia: Elsevier/Mosby, 2008 1059-1063.
  50. McMaster J, Fitzpatrick MK, Reilly PM. Overview – Making Music out of Noise. In Flint L, Meredith JW, Schwab CW, Trunkey DD, Rue LW, Taheri PA (eds) Trauma: Contemporary Principles and Therapy. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 201-204, 2008.
  51. Carr BG, Razek T, Reilly PM. The Roles of Emergency Medicine Specialists in the Trauma Center. In Flint L, Meredith JW, Schwab CW, Trunkey DD, Rue LW, Taheri PA (eds) Trauma: Contemporary Principles and Therapy. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 215-218, 2008.
  52. Roses RE, Kanchwala SK, Reilly PM. Preoperative and Intraoperative Care. In Roses RE, Paulson EC, Kanchwala SK Morris JB (eds) Gowned and Gloved Surgery: Introduction to Common Procedures. Philadelphia, Elsevier Inc, 1-8, 2008.
  53. Dechert T, Reilly PM.  How Should Pelvic Fractures be Managed in the ICU.  In Neligan P, Deutschman C (eds) The Evidenced Based Practice of Critical Care. Phialdelphia, Elsevier Inc, 2011.
  54. Kim P, Benns M, Reilly PM, Schwab CW. Support of the Organ Donor. In Peitzman AB, Rhodes M, Schwab CW, Yealy DM, Fabian T (eds): The Trauma Manual, Fourth Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2012.
  55. Reilly P, Krumrei N .Epidemiology of Injury in the Elderly. In Yelon JA, Luchette FA Geriatric Trauma & Emergency Care. Philadelphia, Springer Publishing, in press 2013.
Books
  1. Reilly PM, Schwab CW (eds): Surgical Clinics of North America 80(3): Critical Care of the Trauma Patient. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Co., June 2000.
  2. Sing RF, Reilly PM, Messick WJ (eds): Initial Management of Injuries: An Evidence-Based Approach. London: BMJ Books, 2001.
  3. Gracias VH, Reilly PM, McKenney M, Velmahos G (eds) : Acute Care Surgery: A Guide For General Surgeons. New York, McGraw-Hill, 2008.
 
Awards
 

Awards, Honors and Memberships In Honorary Societies

1991 Baltimore Academy of Surgery Resident Research Award
 
1991 Medical Center of Delaware L.B. Flinn Award for Resident Scientific Paper
 
1993  Third Place. Pennsylvania Committee on Trauma Competition
 
1994 First Place. Pennsylvania Committee on Trauma Competition
 
1994 First Place. Region III American College of Surgeon's Resident Paper Competition
 
1996 Best of Philadelphia - Trauma Surgery - Philadelphia Magazine
 
1997 Who’s Who in Science and Engineering
 
1998 Trauma/Surgical Critical Care Fellows’ Teaching Award
 
2000 Trauma/Surgical Critical Care Fellows’ Teaching Award
 
2003  Trauma/Surgical Critical Care Fellows’ Teaching Award
 
2004 University of Pennsylvania Health System Patient Safety Innovator Award
 
2005 Trauma/Surgical Critical Care Fellows’ Teaching Award
 
2008 Trauma/Surgical Critical Care Fellows’ Teaching Award
 
2010  Trauma/Surgical Critical Care Fellows’ Teaching Award
 
2011 Trauma/Surgical Critical Care Fellows’ Teaching Award
 
2012 Penn Pearls Teaching Award
 
2012 Louis Duhring Outstanding Clinical Specialist Award

Dr. Patrick Reilly

 
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