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Department of Surgery

Devashish J. Anjaria, M.D.


Director Surgery Clerkship
Assistant Program Director - Surgery Residency

Department of Surgery
anjaride@njms.rutgers.edu
 

University Hospital (UH)
150 Bergen Street Room M233
Newark, NJ 07101
Email: Admin. Assistant Marquiah Geiger
Phone: (973) 972-0091
Fax: (973) 972-7441

Clinical Info

Medical Expertise

Trauma, Surgical Critical Care & General Surgery

 

Hospital Affiliation

University Hospital, Newark

 

Insurance Participation

Insurance Participation: with Provider Number ( where applicable ) The information below is subject to change and should not be relied upon until after it is verified with the insurance company. In addition, psychiatric providers should be contacted directly for information on their participation with managed care and insurance companies.

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Languages

Gujarati

 

Biography

Education

M.D., 1997, University of Maryland School of Medicine, MD
B.S., 1993, Loyola College of Maryland, Biology

 

Licensure & Certification

Medical Licensure
New Jersey


Certification

American Board of Surgery - Trauma (Surgery Board)
American Board of Surgery - Surgical Critical Care

 

Languages

Gujarati

 

Publications

Relevant Publications:

Rameshwar P, Joshi DD, Yadav P, Qian J, Gascon P, Chang VT, Anjaria D, Harrison JS, Song X. Mimicry between neurokinin-1 and fibronectin may explain the transport and stability of increased substance P immunoreactivity in patients with bone marrow fibrosis. Blood. 2001. 97:3025.
Anjaria DJ, Rameshwar P, Deitch EA, Xu DZ, Adams CA, Forsythe RM, Sambol JT, Hauser CJ, Livingston DH. Hematopoietic failure after hemorrhagic shock is mediated partially through mesenteric lymph. Crit Care Med. 2001. 29:1780.
Livingston DH, Anjaria D, Wu J, Hauser CJ, Chang V, Deitch EA, Rameshwar P. Bone marrow failure following severe injury in man. Ann Surg. 2003. 238:748.
Deitch EA, Forsythe R, Anjaria D, Livingston DH, Lu Q, Xu DZ, Redl H. The role of lymph factors in lung injury, bone marrow suppression, and endothelial cell dysfunction in a primate model of trauma-hemorrhagic shock. Shock. 2004 22:221.
Coimbra R, Hoyt DB, Anjaria DJ, Potenza BM, Fortlage D, Hollingsworth-Fridlund P. Reversal of anticoagulation in trauma: a North-American survey on clinical practices among trauma surgeons. J Trauma. 2005. 59:375.
Acosta JA, Hoyt DB, Schmid-Schonbein GW, Hugli TE, Anjaria DJ, Frankel DA, Coimbra R. Intraluminal Pancreatic Serine Protease Activity, Mucosal Permeability and Shock: A Review. Shock 2006. 26:3.
Frankel DA, Acosta JA, Anjaria DJ, Porcides RD, Wolf PL, Coimbra R, Hoyt DB. Physiologic response to hemorrhagic shock depends on rate and means of hemorrhage. J Surg Res. 2007. 143:276.
Deitch EA, Senthil M, Brown M, Caputo F, Watkins A, Anjaria D, Badami C, Pisarenko V, Doucet D, Lu Q, Feketeova E, Xu DZ. Trauma-shock induced gut injury and the production of biologically active intestinal lymph is abrogated by castration in a large animal porcine model. Shock. 2008. 30:135.
Monaghan SF, Anjaria D, Mohr A, Livingston DH. Necrotizing fasciitis and sepsis caused by Aeromonas hydrophilia after crush injury of the lower extremity. Surgical Infections. 2008. 9:459.
Mohr AM, Lavery RF, Sifri ZC, Anjaria DJ, Koernig R, Deitch EA, Livingston DH. Gender differences in glucose variability following severe trauma. Am Surg. 2010. 76:896-902.

 

Courses Taught

SURG9232K   Trauma Team A.I.

EDUC9050K   Surgical Boot Camp

SURG8050K   Gen Surgery Clerkship

This clerkship has been designed to provide a broad-based experience in the art and science of Surgery. The overall goal of this rotation is to develop increasing independence in the diagnosis of conditions requiring surgical intervention and understanding the principles of their management. The Department is committed to making your rotation educational, worthwhile, and enjoyable. Our goal is to provide you with all the tools necessary to become competent clinicians. Surgery is a “team sport” and we believe that you will learn the most by integrating closely with the service team during your clinical rotations. Every activity of each member of the team offers an opportunity to learn. While the constraints imposed by the urgent nature of surgical illnesses offer challenges to your education – they also offer you rapidly evolving insights into diagnosis, pathophysiology, pathology, and treatment that are unique to this specialty.

SURG9233K   Surgical I.C.U.


 

 

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