Research Departments & Organizations
Extensive Research Description
Dr. Kandil's clinical research interests involve the study and development of systematic methods for improving the quality of patient care. She has assisted in the development of a scoring tool that helps transport teams make early triage decisions. Currently, she is examining the experience within the PICU of hyperglycemic management during critical illness, and evaluating the effects glucose control has on patient outcomes.
|Children's Health||Catheter-Related Early Thromboprophylaxis With Enoxaparin (CRETE) Trial (CRETE)|
|Children's Health, Mental Health & Behavioral Research||Ketamine Infusion for Adolescent Depression|
Transport disposition using the Transport Risk Assessment in Pediatrics (TRAP) score.
Kandil SB, Sanford HA, Northrup V, Bigham MT, Giuliano JS. Transport disposition using the Transport Risk Assessment in Pediatrics (TRAP) score. Prehospital Emergency Care : Official Journal Of The National Association Of EMS Physicians And The National Association Of State EMS Directors 2012, 16:366-73. 2012
The influence of the phase of the estrous cycle on sheep endometrial tissue response to lipopolysaccharide.
Vagnoni KE, Abbruzzese SB, Christiansen ND, Holyoak GR. The influence of the phase of the estrous cycle on sheep endometrial tissue response to lipopolysaccharide. Journal Of Animal Science 2001, 79:463-9. 2001