David E. Biffar, MS, CHSOS-A

Publications

2018

Hughes KE, Biffar D, Ahanonu EO, Cahir TM, Hamilton A, Sakles JC.  2018.  Evaluation of an Innovative Bleeding Cricothyrotomy Model.. Cureus. 10(9):e3327. PMCID: PMC6248871  PMID: 30473960
Ng V, Plitt J, Biffar D.  2018.  Development of a Novel Ultrasound-guided Peritonsillar Abscess Model for Simulation Training.. West J Emerg Med. 19(1):172-176. PMCID: PMC5785189  PMID: 29383077

2016

Grisham LM, Vickers V, Biffar DE, Prescher H, Battaglia NJ, Jarred JE, Reid SAH, Hamilton AJ.  2016.  Feasibility of Air Transport Simulation Training: A Case Series.. Air Med J. 35(5):308-13. PMID: 27637443

2015

Prescher H, Grover E, Mosier J, Stolz U, Biffar DE, Hamilton AJ, Sakles JC.  2015.  Telepresent intubation supervision is as effective as in-person supervision of procedurally naive operators.. Telemed J E Health. 21(3):170-5. PMID: 25490615
Hamilton AJ, Prescher H, Biffar DE, Poston RS.  2015.  Simulation trainer for practicing emergent open thoracotomy procedures.. J Surg Res. 197(1):78-84. PMID: 25959836
Amini R, Kartchner JZ, Stolz LA, Biffar D, Hamilton AJ, Adhikari S.  2015.  A novel and inexpensive ballistic gel phantom for ultrasound training.. World J Emerg Med. 6(3):225-8. PMCID: PMC4566015  PMID: 26401186

2014

Prescher H, Biffar DE, Galvani CA, Rozenblit JW, Hamilton AJ.  2014.  Evaluation of a navigation grid to increase the efficacy of instrument movement during laparoscopic surgery.. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A. 24(9):656-9. PMID: 25010921
Thompson JL, Grisham LM, Scott J, Mogan C, Prescher H, Biffar D, Jarred J, Meyer RJ, Hamilton AJ.  2014.  Construction of a reusable, high-fidelity model to enhance extracorporeal membrane oxygenation training through simulation.. Adv Neonatal Care. 14(2):103-9. PMID: 24675629

2011

Zimmerman H, Latifi R, Dehdashti B, Ong E, Jie T, Galvani C, Waer A, Wynne J, Biffar D, Gruessner R.  2011.  Intensive laparoscopic training course for surgical residents: program description, initial results, and requirements.. Surg Endosc. 25(11):3636-41. PMID: 21643881