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Farhan Ali, MBBS

Academic Title:

Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:

Medicine

Additional Title:

Intensivist/Nephrologist, Division of Nephrology/Critical Care Medicine

Location:

29 S Greene Street

Phone (Primary):

410-328-5720

Education and Training

Internal Medicine Residency, Nassau University Medical Center, NY

Chief Resident Internal Medicine, Nassau University Medical Center, NY

Nephrology Fellowship, Beth Israel Medical Center, NY

Critical Care Medicine Fellowship, Montefiore Medical Center, NY

Biosketch

I am a Critical Care Nephrologist with the division of Nephrology. My main area of research interest is CVVH/ Dialysis and Cardiac hemodynamic monitoring in CVVH, Dialysis patients. I am also one of the clinical instructors of first and second year medical students, and provide didactic lectures to Internal Medicine residents. 

Research/Clinical Keywords

AKI in ICU setting. CVVH in Trauma Critical Care patients. Cardiac Hemodynamics during dialysis.

Highlighted Publications

Abstracts:

"Variations in Albumin as a predictor of hospitalizations in hemodialysis patients" Farhan Ali, MD, Tomasz Blaszczak, MD, Nandini Sharma, MD, Leah Balsam*, MD.Dept. of Nephrology, NUMC, NY. ACP Downstate Conference, Official Publication of ACP, March, 2006

"A Simplified, Reliable Method of Estimating Creatinine Clearance" Farhan Ali, MD, Adin Boldur, MD, James Winchester, MD, D.A. Feinfeld, MD, Dept. Of Nephrology, Beth Israel Medical Center, NY. JASN , Vol. 17; Nov. 2006

Original Article:

"A simple bedside equation to estimate Creatinine Clearance" Farhan Ali, MD, Adin Boldur, MD, James Winchester, MD, Peter Homel,MD, D.A. Feinfeld, MD, Dept. of Nephrology, Beth Israel Medical Center, NY. J Nephrol.2010 Jul-Aug;23(4):408-14.

Research Interests

Current Projects:

  1. Evaluation of tele medicine impact in ICU
  2. CVVH initiation in trauma setting
  3. Hemodynamic monitoring with dialysis

Clinical Specialty Details

Attending Phsyician, Nephrology

Attending Physician, Critical Care Medicine

Full time faculty with the division of Nephrology, with clinical instruction of Nephrology fellows and didactic teaching. MICU coverage with clinical instruction and supervision of Internal medicine residents, Critical Care fellows.

Professional Activity

  1. Clinical preceptor, 'Introduction to Clinical Medicine' course for first and second year Medical students, University of Maryland School of Medicine.
  2. Clinical preceptor, Critical Care NP program, University of Maryland School of Nursing.