Daniel Rubin, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Anesthesia & Critical Care
Director, MS III Clerkship

(773) 702-6700

Training

B.A. - 1997 - 2001
Case Western Reserve University - Cleaveland, OH USA - Chemistry

M.D. - 2002 - 2006
Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Bronx, New York USA 

Internship - 2006 - 2007
Richmond University Medical Center - Staten Island, New York USA - Internal Medicine

Residency - 2007 - 2010 
The University of Chicago - Chicago, IL USA - Anesthesiology

Fellowship - 2010 - 2011
The University of Chicago - Chicago, IL, USA - Critical Care

Clinical Interests

Central Venous Pressure
Right Ventricular dysfunction
Three dimensional echocardiography
Critical Care

Academic Interests

Critical Care
Quality Improvement
Medical Education
Simulation: CLABSI
Right heart function

Recent Publications

Lebowitz PW, Shay H, Straker T, Rubin D, Bodner S. Shoulder and head elevation improves laryngoscopic view for tracheal intubation in non-obese as well as obese individuals. J Clin Anesth 2012;24:104-8

Rubin DS, Tung A: Central venous pressure measurement correlates with three-dimensional assessment of right ventricular volume and function. Anesth Analg 110:S62, 2010

Rubin DS, Tung A: Three-dimensional assessment of right ventricular function does not predict postoperative renal function in cardiac surgery patients. Anesth Analg 110:S130, 2010

Rubin D, Tung A: CVP/PAD ratio predicts length of ICU stay after cardiac surgery. Anesthesiology 111:A877, 2009

Rubin D, Tung A: The relationship between CVP and right ventricular function in cardiac surgery patients. Anesthesiology 111:A649, 2009

Rubin D, Ceballos A, Tung A: Using TEE measurement of tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion to estimate RV function. Anesthesiology 111:A503, 2009