University of California San Francisco

Aaron R. Jensen, MD
Aaron
Jensen
MD, MEd

Associate Professor of Surgery
Associate Director, Pediatric Surgery Fellowship
University of California San Francisco
Associate Trauma Medical Director
UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland

Address

Oakland, CA 94602
United States

    Biography

    Dr. Aaron Jensen is a pediatric and trauma surgeon who focuses on providing emergency care for children. He has training in trauma and surgical critical care, and is active in national efforts to improve outcomes for injured children. He is also interested in conditions in newborns that may require surgery. He has additional training in minimally invasive surgery and can apply these techniques to children of all ages.

    Jensen understands that surgery can be frightening for children and their parents. He works with a team of providers to help families navigate the experience, and strives to be informative and transparent so they know what to expect throughout the process.

    Jensen's research focuses on all aspects of injury, ranging from prevention to which techniques improve care provided by medical professionals immediately after injury and over the long term. He develops and evaluates educational programs to help prevent injuries in kids before they occur, covering issues such as safe street-crossing habits, helmet use and car seat use. He also develops and evaluates programs that use realistic patient simulators to train nurses and doctors to provide high-quality care as a team for injured kids in the emergency room. He studies the impact of different methods of providing nutritional support to severely injured kids in the intensive care unit, and he studies the outcomes of specific injuries, with the goal of improving methods of identifying and treating them.

    After earning his medical degree at Temple University's Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Jensen completed a residency in general surgery at the University of Washington. He completed fellowships in surgical critical care, pediatric minimally invasive surgery and pediatric surgery at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. He has completed additional research training in education at the University of Washington and in clinical and translational science at the University of Southern California.

    Jensen is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American Academy of Pediatrics. He belongs to numerous professional organizations, including the Society for Critical Care Medicine, American Pediatric Surgical Association, International Pediatric Endosurgery Group, Pediatric Trauma Society, Association for Surgical Education, Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma, American Association for the Surgery of Trauma and Society for Simulation in Healthcare.

    In his free time, Jensen enjoys spending time with his spouse and kids, and cheering for Bay Area sports teams.

    Awards & Honors

    Award Conferred By Date
    New Member Award for Research Pacific Coast Surgical Association 2019
    Future Trauma Leaders Program Travel Scholarship American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma 2016/2018
    Barbara M Korsch Award for Research in Medical Education Children's Hospital Los Angeles 2014
    Linnea Hauge PhD Promising Educational Scholar Award Association for Surgical Education 2012
    Resident Award for Exemplary Teaching American College of Surgeons 2011
    David Tapper Resident Teaching & Leadership Award University of Washington Department of Surgery 2011
    Jeannette and H. Peter Kriendler Charitable Trust Leadership Scholarship Resident and Associate Society of the American College of Surgeons 2010
    Surgical Education Research Fellowship Association for Surgical Education 2006/2008
    Herman Brown Award for Excellence in the Study of the Art and Science of Surgery Temple University School of Medicina 2004

    Education

    Institution Degree Dept or School End Date
    University of California Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training 2019
    University of Southern California MS Clinical, Biomedical, and Translational Science 05/2019
    Children's Hospital Los Angeles Fellowship, Pediatric General and Thoracic Surgery 06/2015
    Children's Hospital Los Angeles Fellowship, Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgery 06/2013
    Children's Hospital Los Angeles Fellowship, Pediatric Surgical Critical Care 06/2012
    University of Washington Residency, General Surgery 06/2011
    University of Washington College of Education MEd Curriculum and Instruction / Educational Communication and Technology 06/2008
    Temple University School of Medicine MD Medicine 06/2004
    California State University BS Biochemistry 06/2000

    Board Certifications

    American Board of Surgery - General Surgery

    American Board of Surgery - Pediatric Surgery

    American Board of Surgery - Surgical Critical Care

    Clinical Expertise

    Pediatric Trauma

    Surgical Critical Care

    Minimally Invasive Surgery

    Neonatal Surgery

    Pediatric Surgery

     

     

     

    Clinical Trials

    1. Related Conditions: Cervical Spine Fracture, Fractured Spine| Start Date: | End Date:

    Program Affiliations

    Pediatric Trauma Program, UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland

    In the News

    Research Narrative

    Dr. Jensen's research program spans the translational spectrum related to pediatric trauma. His research includes injury prevention, acute resuscitation, processes of care in the ICU, and long-term outcomes after injury. Dr. Jensen works with the injury prevention team to develop and evaluate programs to decrease the incidence of injury in children. He also utilizes large datasets such as the National Trauma Databank (NTDB) and Trauma Quality Improvement Program (TQIP) to study outcomes related to procedures, nutritional support, and injury patterns in children. His funded research includes the use of simulation-based training to improve teamwork, quality, and efficiency of pediatric trauma resuscitation, with a unique focus on impact on clinical outcomes.

    Research Interests

    Pediatric Trauma Epidemiology and Outcomes

    Patient Reported Outcomes after Injury

    Simulation-Based Team Training for Pediatric Trauma Resuscitation

    Surgical Nutrition

    Publications

    MOST RECENT PUBLICATIONS FROM A TOTAL OF 68
    1. Prevalence and Outcomes of High versus Low Ratio Plasma to Red Blood Cell Resuscitation in a Multi-Institutional Cohort of Severely Injured Children
      92. Mehl SC, Vogel AM, Glasgow AE, Moody S, Kotagal M, Williams RF, Kayton ML, Alberto EC, Burd RS, Schroeppel TJ, Baerg JE, Munoz A, Rothstein WB, Boomer LA, Campion EM, Robinson C, Nygaard RM, Richardson CJ, Garcia DI, Streck CJ, Gaffley M, Petty JK, Greenwell C, Pandya S, Waters AM, Russell RT, Yorkgitis BK, Mull J, Pence J, Santore MT, MacArthur TA, Klinkner DB, Safford SD, Trevilian T, Cunningham M, Black C, Rea J, Spurrier RG, Jensen AR, Farr BJ, Mooney DP, Ketha B, Dassinger MS, Goldenberg-Sandau A, San Roman J, Jenkins TM, Falcone RA, Polites SF.| | View in PubMed
    2. Evaluating Health Literacy in Families of Injured Children:
      A Prospective Observational Cohort Study at a Level One Pediatric Trauma Center
      C Melhado MD MAS, E Kao MD, L Evans MD, CQ Stephens MD MPH, H Lee MD, and AR Jensen MD MEd| | View in PubMed
    3. The Sensitivity of Limited-Sequence MRI in Identifying Pediatric Cervical Spine Injury: A Western Pediatric Surgery Research Consortium Multicenter Retrospective Cohort Study
      C Melhado MD MS, MS R Durand DO, KW Russell MD, NE Polukoff MD, J Rampton MD, RR Iyer MD, SN Acker MD, R Koehler PA, C Prendergast, N Stence MD, B O’Neill MD, B Padilla MD, R Jamshidi MD, JA Vaughn MD, JS Ronecker MD, L Selesner MD, K Lofberg MD, M Regner MD MS, J Thiessen MD, C Sayama MD MPH,RG Spurrier MD, EE Ross BS, CJ Liu MD PhD, J Chu MD MSc, K McNevin MD, C Beni MD PhD, BRH Robinson MD MS, K Linnau MD MS, RT Buckley MD, SD Chao MD, A Sabapaty MBBS, E Tong MD, LM Prolo MD PhD, R Ignacio MD MS MPath, GF Sachs MD, P Kruk MD, D Gonda MD, M Ryan MD, S Pandya MD, K Koral MD, BP Braga MD, K Auguste MD, and AR Jensen MD MEd MS on behalf of the Western Pediatric Surgery Research Consortium Cervical Spine Injury Study Group| | View in PubMed
    4. Decision-making in Pleural Drainage Following Lung Resection in Children: A Western Pediatric Surgery Research Consortium Survey
      JK Schnuck, SN Acker, LI Kelley-Quon, JH Lee, SB Shew, E Fialkowski, RC Ignacio, C Melhado, FG Qureshi, KW Russell, David H. Rothstein on behalf of the Western Pediatric Surgery Research Consortium (additional authors S Cairo, SD Chao, SJ Fenton, G Gollin, A Jensen, OA Keane, L Nicassio, B Ochoa, S Pandya, and UM Patwardhan)| | View in PubMed
    5. Pediatric Readiness and Trauma Centers: History, Relevance, and Practical Application
      CG Melhado MD, BK Yorkgitis MD, K Remick MD, L Gray, CG Macias MD MPH, MW Dingeldein MD, and AR Jensen MD MEd MS.| | View in PubMed
    6. TQIP Mortality Reporting System Case Reports: Unanticipated Mortality due to Communication and Handoff Failures
      RF Williams MD MPH, SP Mandell MD MPH, and the TQIP Mortality Reporting System Writing Group (including AR Jensen – writing group lead).| | View in PubMed
    7. TQIP Mortality Reporting System Case Reports: Unanticipated Mortality due to Airway Loss
      JW Scott MD MPH, FJ Cole MD, and the TQIP Mortality Reporting System Writing Group (including AR Jensen – writing group lead).| | View in PubMed
    8. TQIP Mortality Reporting System Case Reports: Unanticipated Mortality due to Failures in Clinical Performance
      RF Williams MD MPH, KA Davis MD, and the TQIP Mortality Reporting System Writing Group (including AR Jensen – writing group lead).| | View in PubMed
    9. TQIP Mortality Reporting System Case Reports: Unanticipated Mortality due to Inadequate Preoperative ICU ‘Clearance'
      SW Ross MD MPH, DG Jacobs MD and the TQIP Mortality Reporting System Writing Group (including AR Jensen – writing group lead).| | View in PubMed
    10. Post-discharge rehabilitation and functional recovery after pediatric injury.
      Maddux AB, VanBuren JM, Jensen AR, Holubkov R, Alvey JS, McQuillen P, Mourani PM, Meert KL, Burd RS, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health, Human Development Collaborative Pediatric Critical Care Research Network (CPCCRN) Assessment of Heal, Functional Outcomes after Pediatric Trauma Project Investigators| | View in PubMed
    11. Developing a National Trauma Research Action Plan: Results from the Pediatric Research Gap Delphi Survey.
      Groner JI, Phuong J, Price MA, Bixby PJ, Ehrlich PF, Burd RS, Jensen AR, Rivara FP, Sribnick EA, Bulger EM| | View in PubMed
    12. Torso vascular trauma.
      Evans LL, Aarabi S, Durand R, Upperman JS, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    13. Hospital-based intervention is rarely needed for children with low-grade blunt abdominal solid organ injury: An analysis of the Trauma Quality Improvement Program registry.
      Evans LL, Williams RF, Jin C, Plumblee L, Naik-Mathuria B, Streck CJ, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    14. Functional status impairment at six-month follow-up is independently associated with child physical abuse mechanism.
      Jensen AR, Evans LL, Meert KL, VanBuren JM, Richards R, Alvey JS, Holubkov R, Pollack MM, Burd RS, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Collaborative Pediat| | View in PubMed
    15. Factors Associated With Functional Impairment After Pediatric Injury.
      Burd RS, Jensen AR, VanBuren JM, Richards R, Holubkov R, Pollack MM, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Collaborative Pediat, Berg RA, Carcillo JA, Carpenter TC, Dean JM, Gaines B, Hall MW, McQuillen PS, Meert KL, Mourani PM, Nance ML, Yates AR| | View in PubMed
    16. Attitudes Affecting Decision-Making for Use of Radiologic Enteral Contrast in the Management of Pediatric Adhesive Small Bowel Obstruction: A Survey Study of Pediatric Surgeons.
      Acker SN, Diaz-Miron J, Ignacio RC, Thangarajah H, Russell KW, Lofberg K, Shew SB, Peterson PN, Kelley-Quon LI, Jensen AR, Lee J, Padilla B, Smith CA, Kastenberg ZJ, Azarow KS, Ostlie DJ, Wang KS, Inge TH, Western Pediatric Surgery Research Consortium| | View in PubMed
    17. Isolated low-grade solid organ injuries in children following blunt abdominal trauma: Is it time to consider discharge from the emergency department?
      Plumblee L, Williams R, Vane D, Zhang J, Jensen A, Naik-Mathuria B, Evans L, Streck CJ| | View in PubMed
    18. Timing and volume of crystalloid and blood products in pediatric trauma: An Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma multicenter prospective observational study.
      Polites SF, Moody S, Williams RF, Kayton ML, Alberto EC, Burd RS, Schroeppel TJ, Baerg JE, Munoz A, Rothstein WB, Boomer LA, Campion EM, Robinson C, Nygaard RM, Richardson CJ, Garcia DI, Streck CJ, Gaffley M, Petty JK, Greenwell C, Pandya S, Waters AM, Russell RT, Yorkgitis BK, Mull J, Pence J, Santore MT, MacArthur T, Klinkner DB, Safford SD, Trevilian T, Vogel AM, Cunningham M, Black C, Rea J, Spurrier RG, Jensen AR, Farr BJ, Mooney DP, Ketha B, Dassinger MS, Goldenberg-Sandau A, Roman JS, Jenkins TM, Falcone RA| | View in PubMed
    19. Patient-centered outcomes research and the injured patient: a summary of application.
      Godat LN, Jensen AR, Stein DM, Coalition for National Trauma Research Scientific Advisory Council| | View in PubMed
    20. Cervical Spine Clearance in the Pediatric Trauma Patient
      McLaughlin, C.M., Jensen, A.R. & Upperman, J.S.| | View in PubMed
    21. Simulation-based training is associated with lower risk-adjusted mortality in ACS pediatric TQIP centers.
      Jensen AR, McLaughlin C, Subacius H, McAuliff K, Nathens AB, Wong C, Meeker D, Burd RS, Ford HR, Upperman JS| | View in PubMed
    22. Timing of tracheostomy placement among children with severe traumatic brain injury: A propensity-matched analysis.
      McLaughlin C, Darcy D, Park C, Lane CJ, Mack WJ, Bliss DW, Bhalla A, Upperman JS, Nathens AB, Burd RS, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    23. Symptomatic catheter-associated thrombosis in pediatric trauma patients: Choose your access wisely.
      McLaughlin CM, Barin EN, Fenlon M, Azen C, Deakers TW, Stein JE, Bliss DW, Upperman JS, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    24. Identifying Targets to Improve Coding of Child Physical Abuse at a Pediatric Trauma Center.
      Durand MB, McLaughlin CM, Imagawa KK, Upperman JS, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    25. EAST multicenter trial of simulation-based team training for pediatric trauma: Resuscitation task completion is highly variable during simulated traumatic brain injury resuscitation.
      Jensen AR, Bullaro F, Falcone RA, Daugherty M, Young LC, McLaughlin C, Park C, Lane C, Prince JM, Scherzer DJ, Maa T, Dunn J, Wining L, Hess J, Santos MC, O'Neill J, Katz E, O'Bosky K, Young T, Christison-Lagay E, Ahmed O, Burd RS, Auerbach M| | View in PubMed
    26. Interactive Education is Associated With Lower Incidence of Pedestrian-Related Injury in Children.
      McLaughlin CM, Barry WE, Barin EN, Mert M, Lowery C, Upperman JS, Jensen AR, Arbogast H| | View in PubMed
    27. Parenteral nutrition prolongs hospital stay in children with nonoperative blunt pancreatic injury: A propensity score weighted analysis.
      McLaughlin C, Park C, Lane CJ, Mack WJ, Bliss D, Upperman JS, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    28. Multidisciplinary Simulation-Based Team Training for Trauma Resuscitation: A Scoping Review.
      McLaughlin C, Barry W, Barin E, Kysh L, Auerbach MA, Upperman JS, Burd RS, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    29. Laparotomy complications on extracorporeal life support: Surgical site bleeding does not increase mortality.
      Barry WE, Castle SL, Golden J, Rosenberg DM, Jensen AR, Bliss D| | View in PubMed
    30. Non-Operative Management is More Cost-Effective than Immediate Operation in Perforated Appendicitis Patients with Seven or More Days of Symptoms.
      Isani MA, Jackson J, Barry WE, Mallicote MU, Rosenberg D, Stein JE, Jensen AR, Kim ES| | View in PubMed
    31. Pediatric firearm injuries in Los Angeles County: Younger children are more likely to be the victims of unintentional firearm injury.
      Barry WE, Barin E, McLaughlin CM, Strumwasser A, Shekherdimian S, Arbogast H, Upperman JS, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    32. Impact of simulation-based training on perceived provider confidence in acute multidisciplinary pediatric trauma resuscitation.
      McLaughlin CM, Wieck MM, Barin EN, Rake A, Burke RV, Roesly HB, Young LC, Chang TP, Cleek EA, Morton I, Goodhue CJ, Burd RS, Ford HR, Upperman JS, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    33. Preoperative Educational Intervention Decreases Unplanned Gastrostomy-Related Health Care Utilization.
      Barry WE, Barin EN, Marshall LC, Doherty M, Nguyen E, McLaughlin C, Kaplan L, Stein JE, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    34. Retrospective Cohort Comparison of Fall Height in Children in the Greater Los Angeles Area: Targeting Populations for Injury Prevention.
      Zagory JA, McLaughlin C, Mallicote M, Arbogast H, Upperman JS, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    35. Delivery of Advanced Pediatric Surgical Care as a Model for Health Equity, Education, and Development: The First Separation of Conjoined Twins in Haiti
      Golden J, Linden A, Morse M, Rouzier V, Jensen AR, Romain JL, Han P, Bitar M, Bitar J, Stein J, Farmer P, Ford HR| | View in PubMed
    36. Heads Up, Phones Down: A Pedestrian Safety Intervention on Distracted Crosswalk Behavior.
      Barin EN, McLaughlin CM, Farag MW, Jensen AR, Upperman JS, Arbogast H| | View in PubMed
    37. Pediatric trauma-associated acute respiratory distress syndrome: Incidence, risk factors, and outcomes.
      de Roulet A, Burke RV, Lim J, Papillon S, Bliss DW, Ford HR, Upperman JS, Inaba K, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    38. Simulation-based training for trauma resuscitation among ACS TQIP-Pediatric centers: Understanding prevalence of use, associated center characteristics, training factors, and implementation barriers.
      Jensen AR, McLaughlin C, Wong CF, McAuliff K, Nathens AB, Barin E, Meeker D, Ford HR, Burd RS, Upperman JS| | View in PubMed
    39. Self-assessment of team performance using T-NOTECHS in simulated pediatric trauma resuscitation is not consistent with expert assessment.
      Wieck MM, McLaughlin C, Chang TP, Rake A, Park C, Lane C, Burke RV, Young LC, Cleek EA, Morton I, Goodhue CJ, Burd RS, Ford HR, Upperman JS, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    40. Timing of mortality in pediatric trauma patients: A National Trauma Data Bank analysis.
      McLaughlin C, Zagory JA, Fenlon M, Park C, Lane CJ, Meeker D, Burd RS, Ford HR, Upperman JS, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    41. A needs assessment of education research topics among surgical educators in the United States.
      Phitayakorn R, Salles A, Falcone JL, Jensen AR, Steinemann S, Torbeck L| | View in PubMed
    42. Re-evaluation of liver transaminase cutoff for CT after pediatric blunt abdominal trauma.
      Zagory JA, Dossa A, Golden J, Jensen AR, Goodhue CJ, Upperman JS, Gayer CP| | View in PubMed
    43. Qualitative assessment of simulation-based training for pediatric trauma resuscitation.
      Burke RV, Demeter NE, Goodhue CJ, Roesly H, Rake A, Young LC, Chang TP, Cleek E, Morton I, Upperman JS, Jensen AR| | View in PubMed
    44. Planning for the Pediatric Patient During a Disaster
      Zagory JA, Jensen AR, Burke RV, Upperman JS| | View in PubMed
    45. Complication risks associated with lower versus upper extremity peripherally inserted central venous catheters in neonates with gastroschisis.
      Ma M, Garingo A, Jensen AR, Bliss D, Friedlich P| | View in PubMed
    46. Infant head injury in falls and nonaccidental trauma: does injury pattern correlate with mechanism?
      Pontarelli EM, Jensen AR, Komlofske KM, Bliss DW| | View in PubMed
    47. Laparoscopic versus open treatment of congenital duodenal obstruction: multicenter short-term outcomes analysis.
      Jensen AR, Short SS, Anselmo DM, Torres MB, Frykman PK, Shin CE, Wang K, Nguyen NX| | View in PubMed
    48. A structured self-directed basic skills curriculum results in improved technical performance in the absence of expert faculty teaching.
      Wright AS, McKenzie J, Tsigonis A, Jensen AR, Figueredo EJ, Kim S, Horvath K| | View in PubMed
    49. Educational feedback in the operating room: a gap between resident and faculty perceptions.
      Jensen AR, Wright AS, Kim S, Horvath KD, Calhoun KE| | View in PubMed
    50. Methodologies for establishing validity in surgical simulation studies.
      Van Nortwick SS, Lendvay TS, Jensen AR, Wright AS, Horvath KD, Kim S| | View in PubMed
    51. The use of a spring-loaded silo for gastroschisis: impact on practice patterns and outcomes.
      Jensen AR, Waldhausen JH, Kim SS| | View in PubMed
    52. Expanding surgical clerkships to remote community sites: the success of the Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho experience.
      Tatum RP, Jensen A, Langdale LA| | View in PubMed
    53. Acquiring basic surgical skills: is a faculty mentor really needed?
      Jensen AR, Wright AS, Levy AE, McIntyre LK, Foy HM, Pellegrini CA, Horvath KD, Anastakis DJ| | View in PubMed
    54. The association of cyclic parenteral nutrition and decreased incidence of cholestatic liver disease in patients with gastroschisis.
      Jensen AR, Goldin AB, Koopmeiners JS, Stevens J, Waldhausen JH, Kim SS| | View in PubMed
    55. Laboratory-based instruction for skin closure and bowel anastomosis for surgical residents.
      Jensen AR, Wright AS, McIntyre LK, Levy AE, Foy HM, Anastakis DJ, Pellegrini CA, Horvath KD| | View in PubMed
    56. Using Simulation-Based Training to Improve Clinical Outcomes: Central Venous Catheter Placement as a Model for Programmed Training
      Jensen AR, Sinanan MN| | View in PubMed
    57. Skin flaps and grafts: a primer for the National Technical Skills Curriculum advanced tissue-handling module.
      Jensen AR, Klein MB, Ver Halen JP, Wright AS, Horvath KD| | View in PubMed
    58. Expanding resident conferences while tailoring them to level of training: a longitudinal study.
      Farrohki ET, Jensen AR, Brock DM, Cole JK, Mann GN, Pellegrini CA, Horvath KD| | View in PubMed
    59. Effective instruction of vascular anastomosis in the surgical skills laboratory.
      Jensen AR, Milner R, Achildi O, Gaughan J, Wilhite DB, Grewal H| | View in PubMed
    60. The emotional intelligence of surgical residents: a descriptive study.
      Jensen AR, Wright AS, Lance AR, O'Brien KC, Pratt CD, Anastakis DJ, Pellegrini CA, Horvath KD| | View in PubMed
    61. Secondary abdominal compartment syndrome in children with burns and trauma: a potentially lethal complication.
      Jensen AR, Hughes WB, Grewal H| | View in PubMed
    62. A Kansas wheat harvest: near-fatal asphyxiation with wheat grains.
      Arneson M, Jensen A, Grewal H| | View in PubMed
    63. Gastric outlet obstruction secondary to a large trichobezoar.
      Jensen AR, Trankiem CT, Lebovitch S, Grewal H| | View in PubMed
    64. An inexpensive ex-vivo porcine laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication training model.
      Jensen AR, Milner R, Gaughan J, Grewal H| | View in PubMed
    65. Short-term sleep deficits do not adversely affect acquisition of laparoscopic skills in a laboratory setting.
      Jensen A, Milner R, Fisher C, Gaughan J, Rolandelli R, Grewal H| | View in PubMed
    66. Laparoscopy Is Useful for Successful Distal Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Placement in Children with Previous Abdominal Surgery
      Jensen A, Grewal H, Sahr S, Bierbrauer K| | View in PubMed
    67. Utilization of a Transsternal Spinal Needle for Retrograde Suture Passage During Thoracoscopic Aortopexy
      Jensen A, Le D, Albanese CT| | View in PubMed
    68. Pediatric surgical images: mixed gonadal dysgenesis.
      Jensen A, Grewal H, Dean G, Rezvani I| | View in PubMed