Jordan Lilienstein, MD, FACS

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Surgery - Fresno
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address155 N. Fresno Street
Fresno CA 93701
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    University of Washington, Seattle, WABA, BS2007Political Science, Biochemistry
    UC Davis School of Medicine, Sacramento, CAMD2011
    UCSF Fresno, Fresno, CA2016General Surgery Residency
    Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC2018Acute Care Surgery Fellowship

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    Jordan Lilienstein is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery at the UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program. He works with fellows, residents and medical students caring for patients in the Acute Care Surgery, Trauma ICU and Surgical ICU services, and in the general surgery clinic.

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    1. Does autotransfusion from a contaminated trauma laparotomy field increase the risk of complications? Am J Surg. 2022 05; 223(5):988-992. Lilienstein JT, Davis JW, Kochubey M, Garcia L, Kaups KL, Sue LP, Dirks RC. PMID: 34657721.
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    2. Mortality in hypotensive trauma patients requiring laparotomy is related to degree of hypotension and provides evidence for focused interventions. Trauma Surg Acute Care Open. 2021; 6(1):e000723. Davis JW, Dirks RC, Jeffcoach DR, Kaups KL, Sue LP, Lilienstein JT, Wolfe MM, Kwok AM. PMID: 34222674; PMCID: PMC8212406.
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    3. Admission base deficit is superior to lactate in identifying shock and resuscitative needs in trauma patients. Am J Surg. 2020 12; 220(6):1480-1484. Davis JW, Sue LP, Dirks RC, Kaups KL, Kwok AM, Wolfe MM, Lilienstein JT, Bilello JF. PMID: 33046221.
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    4. Acute Care Surgery. Britt LD, Pietzman AD, Barie PS, Jurkovich GJ eds. Chest Injury. 2019; 418-434. Hildreth AN, Lilienstein JL, Meredith JW.
    5. Risk factors associated with post-extubation stridor in the trauma intensive care unit. Am J Surg. 2016 Sep; 212(3):379-83. Lilienstein JT, Davis JW, Bilello JF, Dirks RC. PMID: 27255781.
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