Tina L. Palmieri, M.D.

Assistant Chief of Burns at Shriners Hospitals for Children – Northern California, Tina L. Palmieri, M.D

As Assistant Chief of Burns at Shriners Hospitals for Children – Northern California, Tina L. Palmieri, M.D., has expertise in both Burn Surgery and Surgical Critical Care.

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Full Biography

As Assistant Chief of Burns at Shriners Hospitals for Children – Northern California, Tina L. Palmieri, M.D., has expertise in both Burn Surgery and Surgical Critical Care. Dr. Palmieri is Professor and Director of the Firefighters Burn Center at the University of California Davis, thus extending her burn/critical care expertise to both adults and children.

Prior to her appointment at Shriners Hospitals for Children, Dr. Palmieri was the Director of the Intensive Care Unit, member of the Critical Care Air Transport Team, and Assistant Residency Program Director for the Department of Surgery at Keesler Medical Center, Kessler Air Force Base, where she also received the NATO award.

Board certified by the American Board of Surgery in Surgical Critical Care and General Surgery, Dr. Palmieri is also a Fellow of the American College of Critical Care Medicine and the American College of Surgery. In 2012, Dr. Palmieri served as President of the American Burn Association. Additionally, she is a member of the International Society for Burn Injuries, the Association for Academic Surgery, the American Association for Surgery and Trauma, the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma Prevention as well as the Committee of Trauma Disaster.

Education and Training

  • Medical School, Northwestern University School of Medicine, Evanston, Illinois
  • Residency, University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics, Iowa City
  • Fellowship, University of Missouri, Hospital and Clinics, Columbia, Critical Care/Burn
  • Post-Doctoral, K-30 Clinical Research Master’s Program, University of California
  • Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine, Drexel University

 

Articles

2017: Sodium variability is associated with increased mortality in severe burn injury. Burns and Trauma

2017: Considerations for pediatric burn sedation and analgesia. Burns and Trauma

2017: Does Regulatory Really Intersect Reality in Glucose Measurement in the ICU? Is the Issue Testing Method Accuracy or Specimen Type? Critical Care Medicine

2017: Pediatric burn resuscitation: past, present, and future. Burns Trauma.5:26. Burns and Trauma

2017: Children are not little adults: blood transfusion in children with burn injury. Burns and Trauma

2017: Transfusion Requirement in Burn Care Evaluation (TRIBE): A Multicenter Randomized Prospective Trial of Blood Transfusion in Major Burn Injury.  Annals of Surgery

2017: Palmieri, Tina. The Unrecognized Epidemic of Electronic Cigarette Burns. Journal of Burn Care and Research

2017: Survey of American College of Surgeons Committee on trauma members on firearm injury: Consensus and opportunities. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery

2017: Bedside Glucose Monitoring-Is it Safe? A New, Regulatory-Compliant Risk Assessment Evaluation Protocol in Critically Ill Patient Care Settings. Critical Care Medicine

2017: Not all patients meet the 1day per percent burn rule: A simple method for predicting hospital length of stay in patients with burn. Burns

2017: Randomized Comparison of Packed Red Blood Cell-to-Fresh Frozen Plasma Transfusion Ratio of 4:1 vs 1:1 During Acute Massive Burn Excision.  Journal of Burn Care and Research

2017: Palmieri, Tina. Factors Implicated in Safety-related Firefighter Fatalities. Journal of Burn Care and Research

2017: Butane Harsh Oil Burns: A 7-Year Perspective on a Growing Problem.  Journal of Burn Care and Research

2017: Cutaneous Functional Unites Predict Shoulder Range of Motion Recovery in Children Receiving Rehabilitation. Journal of Burn Care and Research

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Honors and Awards

Since 2009, Dr. Palmieri has been the Director of the University of California Davis Burn Data Coordinating Center. In addition to her research, Dr. Palmieri has published and presented extensively in the areas of burn injury, burn care, and burn prevention.

  • Dean’s Award for Excellence in Clinical Care, University of California Davis
  • University of California Davis Women’s Leadership Development Program Award

Patient Referral

916-453-2191
916-453-2111 (Emergency Referral)
916-453-2395 (fax)
referrals.ncal@shrinenet.org

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