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Education & Professional Highlights
Education & Fellowships
Fellowship - Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH USA
Residency - Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH USA
Residency - Medical College of Wisconsin
Milwaukee, WI USA
Internship - Medical College of Wisconsin
Milwaukee, WI USA
Internship - Good Samaritan Hospital & Health Center
Dayton, OH USA
Medical School - Saint Louis University School of Medicine
St. Louis, MO USA
Graduate - Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, KY USA
Undergraduate - Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, KY USA
- Anesthesiology - Critical Care Medicine
acute postoperative pain management, ambulatory anesthesia, anesthesia for bariatric surgery, anesthesia for complicated cardiovascular, anesthesia for ENT and endotracheal and bronchial surgery, anesthesia for ENT surgery, anesthesia for interventional pulmonology, anesthesia for lithotripsy, anesthesia for liver transplantation, anesthesia for major abdominal and vascular surgery, anesthesia for obstetrics, anesthesia for orthopedic surgery, anesthesia for patients with difficult airways, anesthesia for transplant procedures, anesthesia for urological surgery, anesthesia for vascular surgery, anesthesia recovery, blood conservation, blood substitutes, brain protection, clinical pharmacology, clinical research, clinical research on perioperative inflammation, critical care, critical care education, critical care medicine, difficult airway, difficult airway management, education, education in anesthesia, education in anesthesiology, electrophysiologic monitoring, ENT anesthesia, fiberoptic intubation, general and ambulatory anesthesia, general and vascular anesthesiology, general anesthesia, genitourinary and gynecologic anesthesia, genitourinary anesthesia, graduate/medical student education, hepatic transplantation anesthesia, high-frequency jet ventilation, Infectious Diseases, jet ventilation, liver transplantation, malignant hyperthermia, metabolic derangements, MIS anesthesia, neuroanesthesia, neuroanesthesiology, neurological critical care, neurophysiological monitoring, neurosurgical anesthesiology, obstetric anesthesia, obstetric anesthesiology, office-based anesthesia, operating room management, ophthalmic anesthesia, orthopaedic anesthesia, outcomes in critical care patients, outpatient anesthesia, patient safety, patient simulation, perioperative anesthesia evaluation, perioperative management, perioperative medicine, physician teaching and training, preoperative assessment, preoperative evaluation, regional anesthesia, regional anesthesia and research, regional anesthesiology, research and teaching clinical anesthesia, residency training, resident education, resident teaching, Sepsis, Shock, solid organ transplantation, Surgical critical care, ultrasound guided blocks, urologic surgery, urology & GYN, vascular anesthesia
Awards & Honors
- Fellow, American College of Critical Care Medicine
Research & Publications
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As of 7/5/2017, Dr. Irefin has reported no financial relationship with industry that is applicable to this listing. In general, patients should feel free to contact their doctor about any of the relationships and how the relationships are overseen by Cleveland Clinic. To learn more about Cleveland Clinic's policies on collaborations with industry and innovation management, go to our Integrity in Innovation page.
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