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    Matthew Swisher

    TitleResident Physician
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    DepartmentAnesthesiology
    Address9300 Campus Point Drive #7770
    CA La Jolla 92037
    Phone858-657-6510
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      Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston6/2017Anesthesiology residency
      UCSF, San Francisco6/2014General Surgery residency
      UC Berkeley, BerkeleyMS7/2013Bioengineering
      Duke University School of Medicine, DurhamMD5/2009Medicine

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      1. Harden B, Tian X, Giese R, Nakhleh N, Kureshi S, Francis R, Hanumanthaiah S, Li Y, Swisher M, Kuehl K, Sami I, Olivier K, Jonas R, Lo CW, Leatherbury L. Increased postoperative respiratory complications in heterotaxy congenital heart disease patients with respiratory ciliary dysfunction. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2014 Apr; 147(4):1291-1298.e2. PMID: 23886032.
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      2. Nakhleh N, Francis R, Giese RA, Tian X, Li Y, Zariwala MA, Yagi H, Khalifa O, Kureshi S, Chatterjee B, Sabol SL, Swisher M, Connelly PS, Daniels MP, Srinivasan A, Kuehl K, Kravitz N, Burns K, Sami I, Omran H, Barmada M, Olivier K, Chawla KK, Leigh M, Jonas R, Knowles M, Leatherbury L, Lo CW. High prevalence of respiratory ciliary dysfunction in congenital heart disease patients with heterotaxy. Circulation. 2012 May 08; 125(18):2232-42. PMID: 22499950.
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      3. Swisher M, Jonas R, Tian X, Lee ES, Lo CW, Leatherbury L. Increased postoperative and respiratory complications in patients with congenital heart disease associated with heterotaxy. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2011 Mar; 141(3):637-44, 644.e1-3. PMID: 20884020.
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