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David L. Moore, MD


  • Associate Professor, UC Department of Anesthesia
I work to understand my patients and their conditions so that I can tailor their anesthetic treatment or pain regimen. I talk with patients and families about their concerns and answer their questions.

About

Biography

As a pediatric anesthesiologist and pain doctor, I provide pain management and sedation for children. I care for children who need surgery or pain management for other procedures.

I work to understand my patients and their conditions so that I can tailor their anesthetic treatment or pain regimen. I talk with patients and families about their concerns and answer their questions.

I became a pediatric anesthesiologist because I enjoy working with kids.

My research focuses on using databases and analytics to sort surgeries into groups and understand patients’ pain responses to surgery.

Publications

Pragmatic comparative effectiveness study of multimodal fascia iliaca nerve block and continuous lumbar epidural-based protocols for periacetabular osteotomy. Albertz, M; Whitlock, P; Yang, F; Ding, L; Uchtman, M; Mecoli, M; Olbrecht, V; Moore, D; McCarthy, J; Chidambaran, V. Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery. 2021; 7:728-739.

Impact of Instituting General Anesthesia on Oral Sedation Care in a Tertiary Care Pediatric Dental Clinic. Moore, DL; Ding, L; Yang, G; Wilson, S. Anesthesia Progress. 2019; 66:183-191.

Opioid Omission Is Not Opioid Sparing. Response to "Surgery-Induced Opioid Dependence: Adding Fuel to the Fire? ". Moore, DL. Anesthesia and Analgesia. 2018; 126:1789-1790.

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