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NICHOLAS ANDREAS ETTINGER

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentDepartment of Pediatrics
DivisionPediatrics-Critical Care
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    Dr. Nick Ettinger is an Assistant Professor in the Section of Pediatric Critical Care, Department of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine. His clinical interests lie in the care of critically ill children and the enhancement of patient safety in the ICU. As a former US Peace Corps Volunteer, he also has a strong interest in global health, specifically in the area of pediatric critical care capacity development and general acute care training. He is working with Texas Children's Hospital's Global HOPE program (see link above) as an acute care/critical care content expert to help in the improvement of current programs on the ground with evalutation and training as well as close involvement with the scale up and enlargement of the whole program.

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    critical care; intensive care; pediatric; quality improvement; patient safety; sedation; global health


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    1. Kitagawa MG, Ettinger N, Breen D, Erklauer J, Chang E, Herce H, King K, Naik S. Transmission of West Nile Virus Through a Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant. J Pediatric Infect Dis Soc. 2017 Dec 22. PMID: 29309636.
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    2. Choi H, Ettinger N, Rohrbough J, Dikalova A, Nguyen HN, Lamb FS. LRRC8A channels support TNFa-induced superoxide production by Nox1 which is required for receptor endocytosis. Free Radic Biol Med. 2016 Dec; 101:413-423. PMID: 27838438.
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    3. Ettinger N, Pearson M, Lamb FS, Wellons JC. Pediatric posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome presenting with isolated cerebellar edema and obstructive hydrocephalus. J Neurosurg Pediatr. 2014 Oct; 14(4):344-7. PMID: 25062302.
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    4. Ettinger N, Williams M, Phillips JA. Variable expressivity and clinical heterogeneity can complicate the diagnosis and management of Pfeiffer syndrome. J Craniofac Surg. 2013; 24(5):1829-32. PMID: 24036790.
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    5. Ramírez C, Díaz-Toro Y, Tellez J, Castilho TM, Rojas R, Ettinger NA, Tikhonova I, Alexander ND, Valderrama L, Hager J, Wilson ME, Lin A, Zhao H, Saravia NG, McMahon-Pratt D. Human macrophage response to L. (Viannia) panamensis: microarray evidence for an early inflammatory response. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2012; 6(10):e1866. PMID: 23145196.
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    6. Ettinger NA, Duggal P, Braz RF, Nascimento ET, Beaty TH, Jeronimo SM, Pearson RD, Blackwell JM, Moreno L, Wilson ME. Genetic admixture in Brazilians exposed to infection with Leishmania chagasi. Ann Hum Genet. 2009 May; 73(Pt 3):304-13. PMID: 19397557.
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    7. Ettinger NA, Wilson ME. Macrophage and T-cell gene expression in a model of early infection with the protozoan Leishmania chagasi. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2008; 2(6):e252. PMID: 18575603.
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    8. Jeronimo SM, Duggal P, Ettinger NA, Nascimento ET, Monteiro GR, Cabral AP, Pontes NN, Lacerda HG, Queiroz PV, Gomes CE, Pearson RD, Blackwell JM, Beaty TH, Wilson ME. Genetic predisposition to self-curing infection with the protozoan Leishmania chagasi: a genomewide scan. J Infect Dis. 2007 Oct 15; 196(8):1261-9. PMID: 17955446.
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    9. Jeronimo SM, Holst AK, Jamieson SE, Francis R, Martins DR, Bezerra FL, Ettinger NA, Nascimento ET, Monteiro GR, Lacerda HG, Miller EN, Cordell HJ, Duggal P, Beaty TH, Blackwell JM, Wilson ME. Genes at human chromosome 5q31.1 regulate delayed-type hypersensitivity responses associated with Leishmania chagasi infection. Genes Immun. 2007 Oct; 8(7):539-51. PMID: 17713557.
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