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Jorge A. Guzman, MD, is Head of the Section of Critical Care and Director of the Medical Intensive Care Unit in the Department of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine at Cleveland Clinic's main campus in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Guzman was appointed to Cleveland Clinic in 2007.
Dr. Guzman receive his medical degree from the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, in Córdoba, Argentina, in 1988. After completing his residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in critical care medicine at Hospital Privado de Comunidad, Mar del Plata, Argentina, he completed an additional fellowship in critical care medicine at Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich.
Fellow, American College of Critical Care Medicine
Acute lung injury, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), sepsis
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