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Janna Villano

Title(s)Assistant Clinical Professor, Emergency Medical Services
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    Dr. Janna Hoffman Villano grew up in Chicago, Illinois. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania and graduated from Rush Medical College in 2010. She completed her Emergency Medicine Residency at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, IL in 2013, during which she served as the chief of medical student education After residency, she joined UCSD to begin her Toxicology fellowship. Dr. Villano is currently Clinical Faculty in the Department of Emergency Medicine at UCSD and also works at Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center in Chula Vista, CA.

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    1. Levine M, Stellpflug SJ, Pizon AF, Peak DA, Villano J, Wiegand T, Dib C, Thomas SH. Hypoglycemia and lactic acidosis outperform King's College criteria for predicting death or transplant in acetaminophen toxic patients. Clin Toxicol (Phila). 2018 Jul; 56(7):622-625. PMID: 29301418.
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    2. Kreshak A, Villano J, Clark A, Deak P, Clark R, Miller C. A descriptive regional study of drug and alcohol use in pregnant women using results from urine drug testing by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse. 2016 Mar; 42(2):178-86. PMID: 26811262.
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    3. Villano JH, O'Connell CW, Ly BT, Schneir A. Case Files from the University of California San Diego Health System Fellowship Coma and Severe Acidosis: Remember to Consider Acetaminophen. J Med Toxicol. 2015 Sep; 11(3):368-76. PMID: 26153488; PMCID: PMC4547961.
    4. Cantrell FL, Villano J. Comments on: "Toxicity of Antihypertensives in Unintentional Poisoning of Young Children". J Emerg Med. 2015 Jul; 49(1):63. PMID: 25858340.
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    5. Villano JH, O'Connell CW, Clark RF. Prolonged, reversible neurologic symptoms after carpet sea anemone envenomation in a pet store worker. Clin Toxicol (Phila). 2015 Feb; 53(2):137. PMID: 25608794.
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    6. Clark RF, O'Connell CW, Villano JH, Kim A, Ly BT, Minns AB. Severe recurrent coagulopathy following crotaline envenomation refractory to maintenance dosing of antivenom. Am J Emerg Med. 2015 Jun; 33(6):856.e3-5. PMID: 25524360.
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    7. Villano JH, Lovell EO. Mixed signals: toxic epidermal necrolysis. Am J Med. 2015 Mar; 128(3):254-6. PMID: 25460525.
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    8. O'Connell CW, Clark R, Villano JH, Gugelmann H, Dyer JE. Acute human toxicity after the ingestion of cabezon, Scorpaenichthys marmoratus, roe. Clin Toxicol (Phila). 2014 Aug; 52(7):820. PMID: 25089726.
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