- Chief, Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care, UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
- Chief, Pediatric Cardiology, UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
- Associate Chief Quality Officer, Patient Safety, UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
Ira Cheifetz, MD is a pediatric cardiac intensivist with focused expertise in congenital heart disease, cardiorespiratory interactions, mechanical ventilation, and extracorporeal life support. Dr. Cheifetz is an active clinical and translational NIH funded researcher who has authored more than 200 peer-reviewed publications and chapters, and presented at numerous national and international scientific symposia.
- Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)
- Cardiorespiratory Interactions
- Congenital Heart Disease
- Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO)
- Mechanical Ventilation
- Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care
- Pediatric Critical Care
- Pediatric Critical Care Medicine - American Board of Pediatrics
- Pediatrics - American Board of Pediatrics
Fellowship | Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine - Duke University Medical Center (1993 - 1996)
Residency | Pediatrics/Chief Resident
Pediatrics/Chief Resident - Duke University Medical Center (1992 - 1993)
Residency | Pediatrics
Pediatrics - Duke University Medical Center (1989 - 1992)
Yale University School Of Medicine (1989)
Rensselaer Polytech Institute (1985)
Cardiac critical care, congenital heart disease, mechanical ventilation, cadiorespiratory interactions, acute lung injury, extracorporeal life support
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As of December 31, 2016, Ira Cheifetz did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.