Department of Surgery
Edwin A. Deitch, M.D.
Clinical InfoMedical Expertise
Abdominal surgery, fistula and hernias
University Hospital, Newark
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Dr. Edwin A. Deitch is Professor of Surgery at the New Jersey Medical School. His clinical and research fields of interest have included abdominal surgery, complex hernias, burns, trauma and critical care. For the last 13 years, he has been continously named s "Best Doctor in the US", "Best Doctor om Mew Jersey" and "Best Doctor in New York". His clinical practice specialties include abdominal surgery, complex soft tissue diseases, burns, trauma nd critical care. Based on his surgical contributions, Dr. Deitch received an honorary degree as a Fellow ofthe Royal College of Surgeons. Dr. Deitch has served as President of the American Burn Association, Society of University Surgeons, University of Surgeons Foundation, Shock Society and the Surgical Infection Society. In addition, he has served on the Boards of many national medical societies as well as the NIH. He is currenttly serving on the Editorial Boards of 8 professional journals. He has also received 4 national awards for his clinical and research activities. As a researcher,Dr. Deitch has a history which spans almost two decades, having been the recipient of more than $18.8 million(direct and indirect) in federal funding, including a Trauma Training Grant and a Center Grant. Dr. Deitch has published more than 350 original articles and 3 books, written 48 book chpters and 40 invited review articles. He has served as Visiting Professor at more than 75 Universities and Medical Schools in the US and Canada.
M.D., 1973, University of Maryland
Licensure & Certification
American Board of Surgery - Surgery
American Board of Surgery - Surgical Critical Care
|E.A. Deitch, JL Vincent. ACJ Windsor: Sepsis and Multiple Organ Dysfunction: A Multiple Discipinary Approach. Harcourt International, 2002|
|EA Deitch: Tools of the Trade and Rules of the Road: A Surgical Guide. Lippincott- Raven Publishers, 1997|
|Senthil, M, Rupani, B, Jabush,J, Deitch, EA: Principles and Practice of Nutritional Support in Surgical Patients. IN: Emergency Surgery Practice. Springer-Verlag/ ED. LD Britt, DD Trunkey, Organ, C, Feliciano, V, 2004|
|Ananthakrisham P, Deitch EA: Sepsis, Sepic Shock and its Treatment. IN: current Theray of Trauma and Surgical Critical care. WB Saunders. Ed. J. Asensio, D. Trunkey, 2008 Cai B, Deitch EA, Ulloa L: Novel Insights for Systemic Inflammation in Sepsis and Hemorrhage. Mediators Inflamm 2016:642-462. 2010. PMID:20628562|
|Sheth SU,Palange D, Xu Dz, Wei D, Feketova E, Lu Q, Reino, DC, Qin X, Deitch EA: Testosterone depletioi or blockade in male rats protects against rauma hemorrhagic shock -induced distant organ injury by limiting gut injury abd subsequent production of biologically active mesenteric lymph.J. Trauma 71:1652-8, 2011. PMID 22182874|
|Barlos D, Deitch EA, Watkins A, Caputo F, Lu Q, Abungu B, Colorado I, Xu DZ, Feinman R: Trauma Hemorrhagic Shock-Induced Pulmonay Epithelial and Endothelial Cell Injury Utilizes Different Program Cell Death Signaling Pathways. Am J. Physio Lung Cell Mol physio296:L404-L417, 2009|
|Machiedo GW, Zaets ZB, Berezinz TL, Xu DZ,Feketova E, Spolarics Z, Deitch EA: Trauma-Hemorrhagic Shock-Induced Red Blood Cell Damage Leads to Decrease Microcirculatory Blood Flow. Crit Care Med,37:1000-110, 2009|
|Mole DJ, McFerran NV, Collett G, O'Neill C, Diamond T, Garden OJ, Kylanpaa L, Repo H, Deitch EA: Tryptophan Catabolites in Mesenteric Lymph Contribute to Pancreatitis-Associated Organ Failure. British J Surg 95: 855-867, 2008|
|Deitch EA, Livingstin DH, Laverey RF, Monaghan SF, Bongu A, Machiedo GW: Hormonally Active Females Tolerate Shock-Trauma better Than Males:A Propextive Study of ove 4000 Trauama Patients. nn Surg 246:447-455, 2007|
|Cai B, Deitch EA, Ulloa L: Novel Insights for systemic infammation in sepsis and hemorrhage. Mediators Inflamm 2010:642462, 2010. PMID: 2068562|
Immunology; inflammation; sepsis; acute organ failure; trauma; gut-derived inflammatory factors;multiple organ dysfunction syndrome