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Darren Klugman, MD

The Center for Heart, Lung and Kidney Disease

Critical Care Medicine
Cardiac Surgery

Cardiac Critical Care

Board CertificationsAmerican Board of Pediatrics
National Provider Identifier1003942475

Service LocationsChildren's National Medical Center - Sheikh Zayed Campus for Advanced Children's Medicine
111 Michigan Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20010
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Phone: 202-476-5000

Dr. Klugman moved to Washington DC for Medical School at George Washington University and has been at CNMC ever since. He completed his pediatric residency at CNMC followed by a 5-year fellowship in both critical care and cardiology. He is a member of the divisions of critical care and cardiology and is an attending in the cardiac intensive care unit. His areas of clinical and research interests are in the postoperative care of single ventricle patients as well as heart failure and mechanical support.
TypeSchoolLocationDegreeField of StudyYears
Undergraduate Education Emory University Atlanta, GABachelor of Arts 1992 -1996
Medical School George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences Washington, DCDoctor of Medicine 1998 -2002
Other, Levine MC, Klugman, D, Teach SJ (2010), Curr Opinion Pedriatr. , Update on myocarditis in children, 278-283.

Book Chapter (2010), ECMO for the support of the neonate with congenital heart disease , In , ELSO Training Manual.

Journal Article, Klugman D, Berger JT, Sable CA, He J, Khandelwal SG, Slonim AD (2009), Pediatric patients hospitalized with myocarditis: A multi-institutional analysis, Pediatr Cardiol. .

Other, Maltz LA, Klugamn D, Wessel DL (2009), Accepted, Off-label drug use in a single center pediatric intensive care unit.

Other, Sharron M, Klugman D, Moak JP, Dean N (2009), Accepted, Dexmedetomidine induced bradycardia progressing to sinus arrest: a series of 3 patients.

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