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John Giurini, D.P.M., FACFAS

Board Certified in Foot and Ankle Surgery by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery


Curriculum Vitae

JOHN MARIO GIURINI, D.P.M.

Address:

office- 1 Deaconess Road

Boston, Mass. 02215

(617) 632-8428 fax: (617) 632-7090

Date of Birth: January 28, 1954

Place of Birth:Rome, Italy

Citizenship:U.S.A.

Education and Training:

Education:

1976 B.A. University of California, Los Angeles

1978 B.S. Calif. State Univ., Dominguez Hills

1983 D.P.M. Calif. College of Podiatric Medicine

B.S.

Postdoctoral Training:

Internship and Residency:

1983 - 1984Intern in Podiatry

Deaconess Hospital

Boston, Mass.

1984 - 1985 Senior Resident in Podiatry

Deaconess Hospital

Boston, Mass.

Fellowship:

1986 - 1987 Clinical Research, Diabetic Foot Problems

Department of Surgery

Deaconess Hospital

Boston, Mass.

Licensure and Certification:

1983 Massachusetts license, Reg. #1690

1985 California license, Reg. #E3311

1988 American Board Podiatric Surgery, Cert. #1885

(recertified in 1997)

Professional Appointments:

Academic Appointments:

1985 - 1986 Clinical Assistant Professor

L.A. County/U.S.C. Medical Center

1985 - 1986 Clinical Assistant Professor

California College of Podiatric Medicine

1986 - 1995 Clinical Instructor in Surgery

Harvard Medical School

1991 - Clinical Adjunct Faculty

California College of Podiatric Medicine

1991 - Clinical Adjunct Faculty

Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine

1991 - Clinical Adjunct Faculty

College of Podiatric Medicine & Surgery

Des Moines, Iowa

1991 - Clinical Adjunct Faculty

Barry University College of Podiatric Medicine

Miami Shores, Florida

1995 - Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery

Harvard Medical School

Hospital Appointments:

1986 - 1992 Allied Staff, Deaconess Hospital

1987 - Consultant, Joslin Diabetes Center

1987 - 1998 Active Staff, Leonard Morse Hospital

1988 - Consultant, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

1990 - Active Staff, Quincy Hospital

1991 - Allied Staff, New England Baptist Hospital

1992 - 1996 Active Staff, Deaconess Hospital

1993 - 1998 Allied Staff, South Shore Hospital

1994 - 1998 Active Staff, Milford-Whitinsville Hospital

1995 - 1997 Allied Staff, Southwood Hospital

1996 - Consultant, Braintree Hospital Rehabilitation Network

MetroWest Medical Center

1996 - Allied Staff, Children's Hospital Medical Center

1996 - Active Staff, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Other Professional Positions:

1989 - 1993 Consultant, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering

Boston University

1992 Visiting Professor

Division of Podiatry

University Texas Health Science Center

San Antonio, Texas

1993 Guest Editor, Journal American Podiatric Medical Assoc.

1998 Visiting Professor

Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Principal Clinical and Hospital Services Responsibilities:

1991 Library Committee, Member

Deaconess Hospital

1991 - 1997 Surgical Case Review Committee, Member

Deaconess Hospital

1992 - 1996 Resident's Evaluation Committee, Member

Division of Podiatry

Deaconess Hospital

1996 - Resident's Evaluation Committee, Chairperson

Division of Podiatry

Deaconess Hospital

1996 - Graduate Medical Education Committee, Member

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Major Committee Assignments:

Local:

1989Thesis Committee, Member

Department of Biomedical Eng., Boston University

National:

1991 - Examination Review Committee, Member

National Board Podiatric Examiners

1994 - 1996 Committee on Research, Member

American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons

1995 Examination Committee, Oral Examiner

American Board of Podiatric Surgery

1996 - Committee on Practice Guidelines, Member

American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons

1997 - Joint Residency Review Committee, On-site Evaluator

Council of Podiatric Medical Education

American Podiatric Medical Association

1998 - Committee on Diabetes, Member

American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons

1998 - Committee on Appeals

Joint Residency Review Committee

Council on Podiatric Medical Education

1998 - Committee on Diabetic Practice Guidelines, Member

American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons

1998 - Planning Committee, Member

14th Annual Clinical Symposiium on Wound Care

Wound Care Communications Network

1998 - Scientific Program Planning Committee

ACFAS Annual Meeting

1999 - Workshop Moderator

ACFAS Annual Meeting

2000 - Research Committee, Board Liasion

American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons

2000 - Outcomes Research Committee, Member

American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons

2000 - Nominations Committee, Member

American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons

2000 - Healthcare Management Guidelines Refinement Committee, Member

American Podiatric Medical Association

Major Administrative Responsibilities:

1986 - 1997 Director, Research & Fellowship Training

Division of Podiatry

Deaconess Hospital

1996 - Director, Podiatric Medical Education

Division of Podiatry

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

1999 - Chief

Division of Podiatry

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

1999 - Co-Director, Joslin – BI Deaconess Foot Center

Beth Israeol Deaconess Medical Center

1999 - Chief Division of Podiatry

New England Baptist Hospital

Professional Society Involvement:

Regional:

1983 - Massachusetts Podiatric Medical Society, Member

1987 American Diabetes Assoc., Mass. Affiliate

Committee on Professional Education

1987 American Diabetes Assoc., Mass. Affiliate

Committee on Program & Education

1995 Massachusetts Podiatric Medical Society

Committee on Education

National:

1979 - American Podiatric Medical Association, Member

1985 - 1986 California Podiatric Medical Society

1985 - 1986 Los Angeles County Podiatric Medical Society

1988 - American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons, Fellow

1986 - American Diabetes Association

Council on Diabetic Foot Care, Board of Directors

1987 American Diabetes Associaton

Council on Diabetic Foot Care

Committee on Membership, Chairman

1990 American Diabetes Association

Council on Diabetic Foot Care

Committee on Membership, Asst. Chairman

1993 American Diabetes Association

Council on Diabetic Foot Care

Committee on Practice Guidelines, Member

1995 European Assoc. for Study of Diabetes (EASD), Member

2000 - American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons Board of Directors

 

Community Service:

1996 Health Fair

Fenway Comm. Health Center/Northeastern Univ.

Boston, Mass.

1997 Community Lecture

YMCA of Greater Lawrence

Lawrence, Mass.

1997 Health Fair

Lotus Corporation

Cambridge, Mass.

1997 Community Lecture

Drury High School

N. Adams, Mass.

Editorial Boards:

1990 - Manuscript review board

Journal American Podiatric Medical Association

1995 - Manuscript review panel

Diabetes Care

1997 - Manuscript review panel

Journal Foot & Ankle Surgery

1998 - Contributing Editor

Journal American Podiatric Medical Association

Major Research Interests:

1. Reversal of hypoxic changes in diabetic patients following lower extremity revascularization.

2. Use of topical agents and dressings for treatment of neuropathic ulcerations.

3. Determining risk factors for foot problems in diabetic athletes.

4. Racial differences in joint mobility in diabetic patients and the risk of foot ulceration.

5. Genetic markers for the prediction of Charcot joint disease in diabetic patients.

6. Electrical bone stimulation for the treatment of Charcot joint disease.

Research Funding:

Past:

1. 1989 American Medical Electronics, Dallas, Texas. Principal Investigator. Evaluation of electrical bone stimulation for the treatment of severe Charcot joint disease.

2. 1993 Thor-Lo Hosiery, Statesville, North Carolina. Principal Investigator. Efficacy of preventive foot care in diabetic patients.

Current:

1. 1994 Johnson & Johnson Inc., Dallas, Texas . Co-investigator. A clinical evaluation of a collagen-alginate topical wound dressing in management of diabetic foot ulcerations.

2. 1994 Magainin Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania. Co-investigator. A study of the comparative efficacy of MSI-78 topical cream vs. oral Ofloxacin in the treatment of infected diabetic ulcers.

3. 1999 Organogenesis, Canton, Massachusetts. Principal Investigator,

Teaching Experience:

Local Contributions:

Undergraduate Courses:

1985 - 1986 L.A. County/U.S.C. Medical Center, Surgery Instructor; I provided monthly surgical instruction on cadaver specimens to 4th yr. podiatry students. Provided instruction to 3-4 students/month. Total instruction time: 36 hours/year.

1987 - American Association of College of Podiatric Medicine, Director of Podiatric Externship; Direct and supervise a one month rotation in podiatry for 4th year podiatric medical students from the nation's podiatry schools at the Medical Center. Provide supervision to two to three students/month or 20 students/year. Total instruction time: 12 hours/week or 600 hours/year.

1995 - 1996 Harvard Medical School, Ambulatory Care Clerkship; Directed by J. Carter, M.D., third-year HMS spent one day/week for one month in podiatry. As an attending, these students followed me in clinic while I interviewed and treated patients and discussed the patient's pathology with the students. Provided instruction to 1-2 students/week each month. Total instruction time: 192 hours/year.

1999 - Harvard Medical School, Clinical Anatomy of Foot. Lectured to fourth-year HMS students on the anatomy of the foot and its use in everyday clinical practice. Provided lecture and dissection instruction to 6 students. Total instruction time: 6 hours/year.

Graduate Education:

1986 - Deaconess Hospital/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Resident Lecture Series; I am responsible for preparing and presenting monthly lectures to the podiatric residents and students. Provide instruction to 3 residents and 2 students. Total instruction time: 3 hours/month or 36 hours/year

1988 - 1990 Combined Boston Residency Program, Resident Lecture Series; I prepared and presented lectures to podiatric residents and students at the podiatric residency programs in the Boston area. I gave approximately 2 lecture/year to approximately 20 residents and students. Total instruction time: 8 hours/year.

1987 - 1997 Deaconess Hospital/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Director of Research & Fellowship Training; In this position, it was my primary responsibility to prepare research proposals and supervise fellows in the performance of this research. I also coordinated the preparation of manuscripts for publication and of abstracts for presentation at major scientific meetings. During my tenure as Director, our division became recognized as the leading authority on diabetic foot problems. During this time I either wrote or participated in the preparation of 18 original articles in peer review journals and the presentation of 18 abstracts at national and international meetings. Total instruction time: 6 hours/week or 300 hours/year.

1996 - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Director of Podiatric Medical Education; As Director, I am responsible for coordinating rotation schedules, organizing a weekly lecture series and establishing new clinical rotations for 3 podiatric residents. This requires being familiar and abiding by the guidelines set by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education (CPME). I also serve as the chairperson of the Residency Evaluation Committee for Podiatry at the Medical Center. Total Time: 10 hours/week or 520 hours/year.

1997 - Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Fellows Rotation; Directed by E. Horton, M.D., Joslin endocrinology fellows and visiting fellows follow me in clinic while I interview and treat patients. I then discuss the patient's podiatric pathology with the fellows. Provide instruction to approximately 6-8 fellows per year. Total instruction time: 4 hours/week or 256 hours/year.

1999 - Combined Orthopedic Residency Program, Lecture Series. I prepared and presented a lecture on pediatric sports injuries to the orthopedic residents as a part of their ongoing lecture series. Total instruction time: 6 hours/year.

Continuing Medical Education Courses:

1986 - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Mass.

Diabetic Foot Management Seminar

This Harvard Medical School sponsored course is attended by approx. 300 internists, vascular surgeons, orthopedic surgeons, podiatrists and nurses. As a faculty member, I am responsible for preparing a course syllabus and presenting one lecture and participating on 2 discussion panels. Total time: 10 hours/year.

1987 - Joslin Diabetes Center, Boston, Mass.

Diabetes for the Practicing Physician - Foot Management

This annual course is organized by the Joslin Diabetes Center and sponsored by Harvard Medical School for the internist, endocrinologist and family practitioner. My role was as a faculty member discussing common diabetic foot problems and their management to approx. 50 physicians. Total time: 10 hours/year.

1990 Montana Podiatric Medical Society, Billings, Montana

"Diabetic Foot Workshop"

Presented a one-day symposium on diabetic related foot problems and their management to approx. 20 podiatrists. Total time: 8 hours.

Univ. Calif./Calif. College Podiatric Medicine, San Francisco, Calif.

Diabetic Foot and Ankle Seminar

"Metatarsal Procedures for Diabetic Foot Ulcerations"

"Panmetatarsal Head Resections for Chronic Ulcerations"

Presented lectures to approx. 150 podiatrists and participated on discussion panel. Total time: 8 hours.

1991 American Diabetes Association Scientific Seminar, Jacksonville, Florida

"Relieving Abnormal Pressures in the Diabetic Foot"

Presented lecture to approx. 100 internists, endocrinologists and diabetic nurse educators. Total time: 4 hours.

American Diabetes Association Scientific Seminar, El Paso, Texas

"Relieving Abnormal Pressures in the Diabetic Foot'

Presented lecture to approx. 250 internists, endocrinologists and diabetic nurse educators. Total time: 4 hours.

1992 New Mexico Podiatric Medical Society, Santa Fe, New Mexico

"Diabetic Foot Infections - A Podiatric Perspective"

Moderated and assisted in the development of this 2 day CME course for approx. 75 podiatrists. Total time: 25 hours.

1993 Calif. College Podiatric Medicine, San Francisco, Calif.

Graduation Weekend Seminar

"Pedobarographic Analysis of Neuropathic Ulcerations using F-scan Technology"

"Charcot Joint Disease"

Presented lecture and assisted in the development of this one day course for approx. 40 podiatrists. Total time: 10 hours.

1993 Univ. Calif. San Francisco/Calif. College Pod. Medicine

San Francisco, Calif.

Diabetic Foot and Ankle Seminar

"The Perfect Antibiotic - Does it exist?"

"Charcot Joint Disease"

Presented lectures to approx. 200 podiatrists. Total time: 20 hours.

1994 New Mexico Podiatric Medical Society, Santa Fe, New Mexico

"Evaluation and Management of Diabetic Foot Ulcers"

"Surgical Salvage of the Diabetic Foot"

"Charcot Joint Disease"

Moderated, lectured and assisted in the development of this 2 day CME course for approx. 75 podiatrists. Total time: 25 hours.

Calif. College Podiatric Medicine

Super Seminar, Las Vegas, Nevada

"Diabetic Foot Workshop"

"Charcot Joint Disease"

Lectured and developed case presentations for the workshop attended by approx. 300 podiatrists. Total time: 20 hours.

Methodist Hospital/J.C. Davis Wound Care Center

San Antonio, Texas

"Mechanical Stress in Plantar Neuropathic Ulcerations"

Presented lecture to approx. 120 internists, vascular surgeons, wound care specialists and physical therapists. Total time: 5 hours.

Calif. College Pod. Medicine, San Francisco, Calif.

"Culture & Biopsy Techniques in the Diabetic Foot"

"What's New in Wound Healing?"

Presented lecture to approx. 120 podiatrists. Total time: 10 hours.

1994 Univ. Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas

Diabetic Foot Seminar

"Evaluation and Surgical Decision-making in the Diabetic Foot"

"Evaluation and Management of Diabetic Foot Ulcers"

Presented lecture to approx. 250 podiatrists, internists, vascular surgeons, diabetic nurse educators and wound care specialist at this 2 day course. Total time: 10 hours.

1995 - Joslin Diabetes Center, Boston, Mass.

Diabetes Management Seminar - This semiannual course is organized by the Joslin Diabetes Center for diabetes nurse educators, registered nurses and visiting nurses. My role is as lecturer presenting diagnosis and management of diabetic foot problems. Total time: 6 hours/year.

1995 - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Mass.

Visiting Physician Program - From time to time, physicians from around the country or from overseas will spend time in the clinic observing my evaluation and management of patients with complicated diabetic foot problems. This is followed by a brief discussion of the patient's pathology and treatment plan. Total time: 15 hours/year.

1995 Methodist Hospital/J.C. Davis Wound Care Center

San Antonio, Texas

"Mechanical Stress in Plantar Neuropathic Ulcerations"

Presented lecture to approx. 120 internists, vascular surgeons, wound care specialists and physical therapists. Total time: 5 hours.

1998 Thomas R. Beam Jr. Memorial Institute for Continuing Med. Education

San Francisco, California

"Integrating New Approaches in the Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcers"

Presented & moderated program for approx. 60 podiatrists and wound care specialists. Total time: 6 hours.

Thomas R. Beam Jr. Memorial Institute for Continuing Med. Education

Los Angeles, California

"Integrating New Approaches in the Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcers:

Presented & moderated program for approx. 200 podiatrists, vascular surgeons and wound care specialists. Total time: 6 hours.

1998 California College of Podiatric Medicine

Super Seminar, Las Vegas, Nevada

"Diagnosing Osteomyelitis: A Simplified Approach"

"Salvaging the Neuropathic Forefoot"

"Diabetic Foot Workshop'

Presented lectures & ran workshops for approx. 200 podiatrists, residents and podiatric medical students. Total time: 30 hours

1998 - Center for Wound Care Excellence

Boston, Massachusetts

"Practical Approaches to Diabetic Neuropathic Ulcerations"

Presented lecture & ran workshop at this University of Pittsburgh sponsored course for approx. 200 physicians and nurses. Total time:10 hours

Advisory and Supervisory Responsibilities:

1987 - Podiatry Residents' Training; I am involved an a daily basis in the clinical training of podiatry residents. This includes making daily inpatient rounds, supervising outpatient care by resident staff and providing intraoperative supervision and instruction to podiatric residents. I am responsible for the training of 3 residents per year. Total instruction time: 720 hours/year.

1987 - Surgical Interns/Residents' Training; I am involved in the day to day teaching of surgical interns and residents by way of weekly conferences and consultations on diabetic and vascular patients. Total instruction time: 240 hours/year.

1987 - Medical Interns/Residents/Fellows Training; I interact with medical interns, residents and fellows as it relates to the care of diabetic patients with foot problems and severe medical conditions. This takes the form of patient rounds, conferences or consultations. Total instruction time: 240 hours/year.

1987 - Podiatry Students' Training; I interact with podiatry students from the nation's podiatry schools and provide instruction to them in the way of daily walk rounds and patient care discussion, formal lectures and surgical instruction in the operating room. Total instruction time: 480 hours/year.

Leadership Roles:

1987 - 1997 Director, Reseach & Fellowship Training; See under Graduate Education.

1996 - Director of Podiatric Medical Education; See under Graduate Education.

1996 - Graduate Medical Education Committee; As a member of this policy-making committee, I participate in internal residency reviews. I also participate in discussions on issues affecting all graduate and post-graduate teaching programs of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

1997 - American Podiatric Medical Association

Council on Podiatric Medical Association, Joint Residency Review Committee

As a member of this national committee, I serve as an on-site evaluator of the nation's podiatric residency programs assuring they meet national standards for all podiatric training programs.

1998 American Diabetes Association

Scientific Abstracts Presentation, Annual Meeting, Chairperson

Chaired and moderated discussion of 8 abstract presentations at the annual meeting of the ADA. This was attended by physicians, podiatrists, nurses and researchers (nationally and internationally) who devote their time to the area of the diabetic foot.

Regional Contributions:

Invited Presentations:

1984 Univ. of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, Mass.

Department of Orthopedics - Foot Rounds

"Bone Tumors of the Lower Extremity"

Total time: 10 hours

1989 Massachusetts Society of Radiologic Technologists, Boston, Massachusetts

"Injuries of the Lower Extremity in Running"

Total time: 10 hours

1990 Amer. Podiatric Medical Assoc., Region I Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts

"Evaluation and Surgical Decision-making in the Diabetic Patient"

Total time: 10 hours

1991 St. Michael's Medical Center, Newark, New Jersey

Grand Rounds - Section of Podiatry

"Bone Tumors of the Lower Extremity"

Total time: 5 hours

1993 Parkway Regional Hospital, Forest Hills, New York

Grand Rounds - Section of Podiatry

"Charcot Joint Disease

Total time: 5 hours

1993 Sturdy Memorial Hospital, Attleboro, Massachusetts

"A Systemized Approach to Foot Pain"

Total time: 10 hours

1994 Nassau County Medical Center, Long Island, New York

Grand Rounds - Section of Podiatry

"Role of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields in Podiatric Medicine"

Total time: 5 hours

1995 Amer. Pod. Medical Assoc., Region Three, Atlantic City, New Jersey

"Charcot Joint Disease"

"Surgical Decision-making in the Diabetic Patient"

Total time: 8 hours

Milford-Whitinsville Hospital, Milford, Massachusetts

Medical & Surgical Grand Rounds

"Evaluation and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcers"

Total time: 8 hours

1997 Boston Marathon Sports Conference, Babson College, Wellesley, Massachusetts

Governor's Council on Physical Fitness

"Orthoses & Footwear in the Distance Runner"

1998 St. Luke's Hospital, New Bedford, Massachusetts

Surgical Grand Rounds

"Surgical Decision Making in the Diabetic Patient"

Total time: 4 hours

1998 Sturdy Memorial Hospital, Attleboro, Massachusetts

Orthopedic Grand Rounds

"Surgical Decision Making in the Diabetic Patient"

Total time: 4 hours

American College of Sports Medicine, New England Chapter, Providence, Rhode Island

Annual Meeting

"Foot Injuries in the Pediatric Athlete"

Total time: 8 hours

 

National Contributions:

Invited Presentations:

1983 Waldo General Hospital, Seattle, Washington

Department of Podiatry

"Antibiotic Prophylaxis in Podiatric Surgery"

Total time: 10 hours

1986 L.A. County/U.S.C. Medical Center, L.A. County/U.S.C. Medical Center

Grand Rounds - Section of Podiatry

"Operative Evaluation and Considerations in the Diabetic Patient"

Total time: 10 hours

L.A. County/U.S.C. Medical Center, Los Angeles, California

"Neuroarthropathic Joint Disease in Diabetes"

Total time: 10 hours

1988 Amer. Diabetes Assoc., Desert Springs, California

"Management of Neuropathic Ulcers"

Total time: 5 hours

1990 Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, Chicago, Illinois

"Role of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields in Podiatric Medicine"

Total time: 10 hours

Calif. College of Podiatric Medicine, San Francisco, California

Surgical Grand Rounds

"Role of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields in Podiatric Medicine"

Total time: 5 hours

Doxie Hatch Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah

Grand Rounds - Section of Podiatry

"Role of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields in Podiatric Medicine"

Total time: 5 hours

Community Hospital of Phoenix ,Phoenix, Arizona

Grand Rounds - Section of Podiatry

"Role of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields in Podiatric Medicine"

Total time: 5 hours

1991 San Diego Podiatric Medical Society, San Diego, California

"Role of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields in Podiatric Medicine"

Total time: 5 hours

1991 Michigan Podiatric Medical Society, Grand Rapids, Michigan

"Relieving Abnormal Pressures in the Diabetic Foot'

Total time: 8 hours

1992 Inland Empire Podiatric Medical Society, Ontario, California

"Role of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields in Podiatric Medicine"

Total time: 5 hours

1992 University Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas

Grand Rounds - Section of Podiatry

"Surgical Decision-making in the Diabetic Patient"

Total time: 8 hours

1993 Dallas County Podiatric Medical Society, Dallas, Texas

"Delayed and Non-unions: Diagnosis and Treatment

"Charcot Joint Disease"

Total time: 10 hours

1994 Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Industry Hills, California

Grand Rounds - Section of Podiatry

"Charcot Joint Disease"

Total time: 5 hours

1995 Florida Pod. Medical Society, Orlando, Florida

"Charcot Joint Disease"

"Pathophysiology of Wound Repair"

"Surgical Decision-making in the Diabetic Patient"

Total time: 18 hours

1996 Youngstown Osteopathic Hospital, Youngstown, Ohio

"Practical Approaches to the Neuropathic Ulcer"

"Surgical Decision-making in the Diabetic Patient"

Total time: 12 hours

1998 Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

"Surgical Decision-making in the Diabetic Patient:

"Charcot Reconstruction; Plastic Procedures; Challenging Foot and Ankle Infections"

Total time: 8 hours

1999 American Podiatric Medical Association, Region 7 International

Seattle, Washington

"Surgical Decision-making in the Diabetic Patient"

"Diagnosis and Treatment of Charcot Joint Disease"

Total time: 8 hours

Symposium on the Diabetic Foot

College of Physicians & Surgeons

San Jose, Costa Rica

"Practical Approaches in the Treatment of the Neuropathic Ulceration"

"Surgical Decision-making in the Diabetic Patient"

Professional Leadership Roles:

1997 - American Podiatric Medical Association, Council on Podiatric Medical Association

Joint Residency Review Committee: See under Leadership Roles

Bibliography:

Publications - Original Reports:

1. Giurini JM, Hopkins WE, Redner T, Santopietro F. Succinylcholine sensitivity and plasma cholinesterase deficiency. J. of Foot Surgery, 1986; 25:5, 382-5.

2. Giurini JM, Habershaw GM, Chrzan JS. Panmetatarsal head resection in chronic neuropathic ulceration. J. of Foot Surgery, 1987; 26:3, 247-52.

3. Sabacinski KA, Tillo TH, Giurini JM, Madras PM, Miller LB. Necrotizing fasciitis. J. of Foot Surgery, 1989; 28:2, 106-11.

4. Giurini JM. The evaluation and management of ischemic foot ulcers in the diabetic patient. J. Current Podiatric Medicine, 1989; 38:5, 9-11.

5. Tillo TH, Giurini JM, Habershaw GM, Chrzan JS, Rowbotham JL. Review of metatarsal osteotomies for the treatment of neuropathic ulcerations. J.Amer.Pod. Med. Assoc., 1990; 80:4, 211-17.

6. Giurini JM, Habershaw GM, Chrzan JS, Gibbons GW. Sesamoidectomy for the treatment of chronic neuropathic ulcerations. J.Amer.Pod.Med.Assoc., 1991; 81:4, 167-73.

7. Giurini JM, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM, Gibbons GW. Charcot's disease in diabetic patients. Postgraduate Medicine,1991; 89:4, 163-169.

8. Giurini JM. Healing fractures with pulsed electromagnetic fields. The Contemporary Podiatric Physician,1991; 8:5, 41-45.

9. Chrzan JS, Giurini JM, Hurchik JM. A biomechanical model for the transmetatarsal amputation. J.Amer.Pod.Med.Assoc., 1993; 83:2, 82-6.

10. Barry DC, Sabacinski KA, Habershaw GM, Giurini JM, Chrzan JS. Tendoachilles procedures for chronic ulcerations in diabetic patients with transmetatarsal amputations. J.Amer.Pod.Med.Assoc., 1993; 83:2, 96-100.

11. Giurini JM, Basile P, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM, Rosenblum BI. Panmetatarsal head resection: a viable alternative to the transmetatarsal amputation. J.Amer.Pod.Med.Assoc., 1993; 83:2, 101-7.

12. Giurini JM. Applications and use of in-shoe orthoses in the conservative management of Charcot foot deformity. Clinics in Podiatric Med. and Surgery. 1994; 11:2, 271-8.

13. Rosenblum BI, Pomposelli FB, Giurini JM, Gibbons GW, Freeman DV, Chrzan JS, Campbell DR, Habershaw GM, LoGerfo FW. Maximizing foot salvage by a combined approach to foot ischemia and neuropathic ulceration in patients with diabetes: a 5-year experience. Diabetes Care. 1994; 17:9, 983-7.

14. Sarnow MR, Veves A, Giurini JM, Rosenblum BI, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM. In-shoe foot pressure measurements in diabetic patients with at-risk feet and in healthy subjects. Diabetes Care 1994; 17:9, 1002-6.

15. Rosenblum BI, Giurini JM, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM. Preventing loss of the great toe with the hallux interphalangeal joint arthroplasty. J. Foot & Ankle Surgery 1995; 33:6, 557 -60.

16. Giurini JM, Rosenblum BI. The role of foot surgery in patients with diabetes. Clinics in Podiatric Med. and Surgery. 1995; 12:1, 119 -27.

17. Veves A, Sarnow MR, Giurini JM, Rosenblum BI, Lyons TE, Chrzan JS, and Habershaw GM: Differences in joint mobility and foot pressures between black and white diabetic patients. Diabetic Medicine. 1995; 12:7, 585-589.

18. Donaghue VM, Giurini JM, Rosenblum BI, Weissman PN, Veves A. Variability in function measurements of three sensory foot nerves in neuropathic diabetic patients. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. 1995; 29, 37-42.

19. Veves A, Donaghue VM, Giurini JM, Mullooly CA, Kistler JA and Fielding RA. Peripheral and autonomic nerve function and risk factors for foot problems in diabetic athletes. Diabetes Suppl 1:A52 1995; 44.

20. Donaghue VM, Sarnow MR, Giurini JM, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM and Veves A. Longitudinal in-shoe foot pressure relief achieved by specially designed footwear in high risk diabetic patients. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practrice 1996; 31, 109-114.

21. Donaghue VM, Fielding RA, Giurini JM, Mullooly CA, Kistler JA, Horton ES and Veves A. The effect of diabetes and neuropathy in the exercising capacity of athletically trained subjects. Diabetologia Suppl 1:A52 1995; 38.

22. Veves A, Saouaf R, Donaghue VM, Mullooly CA, Kistler JA, Giurini JM, Horton ES, Fielding RA. Aerobic exercise capacity remains normal despite impaired endothelial function in the micro- and macrocirculation of physically active IDDM patients. Diabetes 1997: 46:1846-1852.

23. Rosenblum BI, Giurini JM, Miller LB, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM. Neuropathic ulcerations plantar to the lateral column in patients with Charcot foot deformity: A flexible approach to limb salvage. J. Foot & Ankle Surg. 1997 36:5, 360-363.

24. Veves A, Donaghue VM, Sarnow MR, Giurini JM, Campbell DR and LoGerfo FW. The impact of reversal of hypoxia by revascularization in the peripheral nerve function in diabetic patients. Diabetologia. 1996 39:344-348.

25. Donaghue VM, Chrzan JS, Rosenblum BI, Giurini JM, Habershaw GM, Veves A. A clinical evaluation of a collagen-alginate topical wound dressing (FIBRACOLR Dressing) in the management of diabetic foot ulcers. Advances in Wound Care. 1998 11:114-117.

26. Pham HT, Rosenblum BI, Lyons TE, Giurini JM, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM, Veves A. Treatment with a human skin equivalent, Graftskin (ApligraftR), improves healing rate in diabetic foot ulcers. Diabetologia. 1999

27. Veves A, Pham HT, Rosenblum BI, Lyons TE, Giurini JM, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM. Evaluation of Graftskin (ApligrafR), a human skin equivalent for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers in a prospective, randomized clinical trial. Wounds:A Compendium of Clinical Research and Practice. 1999

28. Pham HT, Armstrong DG, Harvey C, Harkless LB, Giurini JG, Veves A. Screening techniques to identify the at-risk patients for developing diabetic foot ulcers in a prospective multicenter trial. Accepted for publication Diabetes Care, 2000.

Publications - Books:

1. Frykberg RF, Giurini JM, Habershaw GM, Chrzan JS, Rosenblum BI. Prophylactic surgery in the diabetic patient. In: Kominsky S, ed. Medical and Surgical Management of the Diabetic Foot. Philadelphia: C.V. Mosby, 1994: 399 - 439.

2. Kozak GP, Giurini JM. Diabetic Neuropathies of the lower extremity. In: Kozak GP, Campbell DR, Frykberg RF, Habershaw GM., eds. Management Of Diabetic Foot Problems, 2nd edition. Orlando: W.B. Saunders, 1994: 43 - 52.

3. Habershaw GM, Chrzan JS, Giurini JM. Reconstructive foot surgery for the diabetic patient. In: Kozak GP, Campbell DR, Frykberg RF, Habershaw GM. eds. Management Of Diabetic Foot Problems, 2nd edition. Orlando: W.B. Saunders, 1994: 213 - 225.

4. Giurini JM, Rosenblum BI, Lyons TE. Management of the Diabetic Foot. In: Veves A. The Clinical Management of Diabetic Neuropathy. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press, 1998: 303-318

5. Giurini JM, Rosenblum BI. Surgical Treatment of the Diabetic Foot. In: McGlamry E.D. Comprehensive Textbook on Foot Surgery, 3rd Edition. In Press

Publications - Abstracts:

1. Sabacinski KA, Habershaw GM, Chrzan JS, Giurini JM. Achilles tenectomy for the salvage of the TMA. Presented at the Annual meeting of the APMA. Boston, Mass. August 1989.

2. Rosenblum BI, Giurini JM, Habershaw GM, Chrzan JS. The surgical treatment of chronic neuropathic ulcerations of the first ray in patients with diabetes mellitus. Presented at the Annual meeting of the APMA. Las Vegas, Nevada. August 1990.

3. Kozak K, Ladin Z, Giurini JM. Biomechanical assessment of orthoses prescribed for excessive pronation. Presented at IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference. Philadelphia, Pa., 1991.

4. Giurini JM, Barry DC, Lawrence M, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM, Rosenblum BI. Pedobarographic analysis of neuropathic foot ulcerations using F-scan technology. Presented at the 50th Annual meeting of the American College Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Orlando, Fl. February 1992.

5. Giurini JM, Barry DC, Chrzan JS, Rosenblum BI, Lawrence M, Habershaw GM. A preliminary analysis of the felted foam dressing for the management of diabetic foot ulcerations using F-scan technology. Presented at EMED users meeting. Flagstaff, Arizona, 1992.

6. Basile P, Chrzan JS, Giurini JM, Rosenblum BI, Habershaw GM. Evaluation of arthrodesis and planing procedures for the treatment of neuropathic ulcerations related to medial column Charcot arthropathy. Presented at the 51st Annual meeting of the American College Foot and Ankle Surgeons. San Diego, Calif. February 1993.

7. Giurini JM, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM, Rosenblum BI. Enhanced healing of severe Charcot joint disease utilizing electrical bone stimulation. Presented at the 51st Annual meeting of the American College Foot and Ankle Surgeons. San Diego, Calif. February 1993.

8. Habershaw GM, Hurchik JM, Chrzan JS, Giurini JM, Rosenblum BI. Successful limb salvage in diabetic patients with renal disease. Presented at the 51st Annual meeting of the American College Foot and Ankle Surgeons. San Diego, Calif. February 1993.

9. Giurini JM, Habershaw GM, Chrzan JS, Rosenblum BI, Basile P. Reduction of primary lower extremity amputations in the diabetic patient utilizing a multidisciplinary approach. Presented at the 51st Annual meeting of the American College Foot and Ankle Surgeons. San Diego, Calif. February 1993.

10. Rosenblum BI, Giurini JM, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM. Preventing loss of the great toe with the hallux interphalangeal joint arthroplasty. Presented at the 51st Annual meeting of the American College Foot and Ankle Surgeons. San Diego, Calif., February 1993.

11. Giurini JM, Rosenblum BI, Basile P, Miller LB, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM. Fasciocutaneous pedicle flaps for the treatment of plantar ulcerations resulting from Charcot arthropathy. Presented at the 52nd Annual meeting of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Miami Beach, Fl. February 1994.

12. Rosenblum BI, Giurini JM, Basile P, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM. Forefoot salvage with panmetatarsal head resection in patients with prior ray resections. Presented at the 52nd Annual meeting of the American College of Foot Surgeons. Miami Beach, Fl. February 1994.

13. Rosenblum BI, Giurini JM, Basile P, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM, Complications following partial calcanectomy. Presented at the 52nd Annual meeting of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Miami Beach, Fl. February 1994.

14. Giurini JM, Sarnow MR, Rosenblum BI, Lyons TE, Chrzan JS. Racial differences in joint mobility and foot pressures in Caucasian and Black diabetic patients and healthy subjects. Proceedings of the American Diabetes Association National Meeting, New Orleans, La., 1994.

15. Veves A, Donaghue VM, Sarnow MR, Giurini JM, Campbell DR and LoGerfo FW. The impact of reversal of hypoxia by revascularization in the peripheral nerve function of diabetic patients. Proceedings of the American Diabetes Association National Meeting, Atlanta, Ga., 1995.

16. Veves A, Donaghue VM, Sarnow MR, Giurini JM, Campbell DR and LoGerfo FW. Reversal of hypoxia by revascularization in diabetic patients: Any effect in the peripheral nerve function? Proceedings of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes National Meeting, Stockholm, Sweden, 1995.

17. Giurini JM, Sarnow MR, Donaghue VM, Rosenblum BI, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM, Veves A. In-shoe foot pressure relief achieved by specially designed footwear in high risk diabetic patients. Proceedings of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes National Meeting, Stockholm, Sweden, 1995.

18. Donaghue VM, Chrzan JS, Rosenblum BI, Giurini JM, Habershaw GM, Veves A. A clinical evaluation of a collagen-alginate topical wound dressing in the management of diabetic foot ulcers. Proceedings of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes National Meeting, Vienna, Austria, 1996.

19. Pham HT, Veves A, Habershaw GM, Chrzan JS, Giurini JM, Rosenblum BI. A prospective non-comparative evlauation of a new range of low-adherent paroducts in chronic diabetic ulcers. 13th Annual Clinical Symposium on Wound Care, Atlanta, Georgia, 1998.

20. Pham HT, Mendeszoon E, Oglesby K, Chrzan JS, Giurini JM, Rosenblum BI, Habershaw GM. Review of Charcot Joint. 57th American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Annual Meeting and Scientific Seminar, Los Angeles, Calif., 1999.

21. Pham HT, Rosenblum BI, Lyons TE, Giurini JM, Chrzan JS, Habershaw GM, Veves A. Evaluation of Graftskin (ApligrafR), a human skin equivalent, for the treatment of dibetic foot ulcers. 59th American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions, San Diego, Calif., 1999.

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