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  • 1. www.rainbowbabies.org Ira D. Davis, M.D. office: 216-844-1389 fax: 216-844-8977 email: idd@case.edu EDUCATION Degrees B.A. Psychology, Cum Laude 1977 University of Minnesota M.S. Genetics 1980 University of Minnesota M.D. University of Minnesota 1984 Internship/Residency University Hospitals of Cleveland 1984-1987 Fellowship Pediatric Nephrology 1987-1990 University of Minnesota Hospitals PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS Academic Associate Professor of Pediatrics 1998-Present Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Cleveland, Ohio Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 1990-1998 Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Cleveland, Ohio Hospital Attending Physician, Tod Children’s Hospital 1999-Present Program Director, Pediatric Nephrology Subspecialty 1996-Present Residency Training Program
  • 2. www.rainbowbabies.org Medical Director, Rainbow 5 1995-Present Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital (liaison between nursing, physicians, and hospital administration to maintain quality patient care) Chief, Division of Pediatric Nephrology 1992-Present Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Medical Director, Pediatric Peritoneal Dialysis Center 1992-2000 Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Director of Pediatric Renal Transplantation Program 1992-Present Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Attending Physician, MetroHealth Medical Center 1992-1996 Attending Physician, University Hospitals of Cleveland 1990-Present Emergency Room Physician, 1987-1990 Minneapolis Children’s Medical Center Minneapolis, Minnesota HONORS Phi Beta Kappa 1977 Voted as one of Northeast Ohio’s Top Doctors 2001 Voted into “America’s Top Doctors” by Castle Connely Medical, Ltd 2001-2003 GRANT AWARDS Past Research Initiation Grant, 1991 Case Western Reserve University; PI - Ira Davis, M.D.; Title: “Expression of the neural cell adhesion molecule and polysialic acid in the developing chick;” Award: $5,000 Kidney Foundation of Ohio; PI - Ira Davis, M.D.; 1991-1992 Title: “The role of polysialic acid in the development of the chick kidney;” Award: $20,000 Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Board 1992-1993 of Trustees; PI - Ira Davis, M.D.; Title: “The role of polysialic acid in chick kidney development;” Award: $15,000 A Phase III Double-Blind, Placebo Controlled Study 1992-1994 of EpogenR (Epoietin alfa) in Pediatric Dialysis Patients (EPO-9002); Local PI: Ben Brouhard, M.D., Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Local Co-Investigator: Ira Davis, M.D., Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital; Sponsored by Amgen, Inc.. Interventional Study to Improve Academic Achievement 1993-1995 in Children with Chronic Illness; Principal Investigator: Benjamin H. Brouhard, M.D., Cleveland Clinic Foundation;
  • 3. www.rainbowbabies.org Co-Investigator: Ira D. Davis, M.D., Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital; Sponsored by The Cleveland Foundation; Total direct $59,850; annual direct $29,875 National Institute of Health, Cooperative Clinical 1997 Trials in Pediatric Transplantation, Educational Status of Minority Children Undergoing Dialysis and After Renal Transplantation; Principal Investigator: Benjamin H. Brouhard, M.D., Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Co-Investigator: Ira Davis, M.D., Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital National Institute of Health, Cooperative Clinical 1995-1999 Trials in Pediatric Transplantation, Controlled Trial of Induction Therapy in Renal Transplantation Protocol IN01; Local PI - Ira Davis, M.D., Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital; Principal Investigators: William Harmon, M.D., Harvard University, and Amir Tejani, M.D., State University of New York Health Science Center The Use of Recombinant Growth Hormone (Nutropin) 1996-1999 in Children Post-Renal Transplantation. Local PI- Ira Davis, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital; Principal Investigator: Richard Fine, M.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook; Sponsored by Genentech, Inc.. GRANT AWARDS (continued) Immunogenicity of VarivaxR in Children with Chronic 1996-1999 Renal Insufficiency. Local PI: Beth Vogt, M.D., Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital; Local Co-Investigator: Ira Davis, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital; Principal Investigator: Barbara Fivush, M.D., Johns Hopkins University; Sponsored by Merck, Co.. A double-blind, placebo-controlled, dose escalation 1998 safety and efficacy study of Ziac® (bisoprolol fumarate/ hydrochlorothiazide) in patients, 8 through 17 years of age, with hypertension (Protocol # 1998044 (P&GP)/0896A2-903 (WAL)). Local co-investigator; Sponsored by Procter and Gamble Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Wyeth Ayerst Pharmaceuticals, Inc.. An open-label, single-dose, randomized crossover study 1998 to determine the pharmacokinetics of Ziac® (bisoprolol fumarate/ hydrochlorothiazide) and Zebeta® (bisoprolol fumarate) in patients, 8 through 17 years of age, with hypertension Protocol # 1998045 (P&GP)/0896A2-904 (WAL)). Local co-investigator; Sponsored by Procter and Gamble Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Wyeth Ayerst Pharmaceuticals, Inc.. Current Cooperative Clinical Trials in Pediatric Transplantation, 1999-Present An Open-Label, Comparative Study of the Effect of Sirolimus versus Standard Treatment On Clinical Outcomes and Histologic Progression of Allograft Nephropathy in High Risk Pediatric Renal Transplant Patients; Local PI - Ira Davis, M.D.;
  • 4. www.rainbowbabies.org Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital; Principal Investigators: William Harmon, M.D. and Amir Tejani, M.D.; sponsored by National Institutes of Allergy, Immunology and Transplantation, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceutical Company. Cooperative Clinical Trials in Pediatric Transplantation, 2000-Present A Double-Blind Randomized Trial of Steroid Withdrawal in Sirolimus- and Cyclosporine-Treated Primary Transplant Recipients; Local PI - Ira Davis, M.D.; Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital; Principal Investigators: Amir Tejani, M.D.; sponsored by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Division of Genetics and Transplantation. LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION State of Ohio #35-05-4701 1984 State of Minnesota #030745-71987 American Board of Pediatrics - General Pediatrics 1988 American Board of Pediatrics - Pediatric Nephrology 1991 Professional Societies American Medical Association1988-1990 International Society of Pediatric Nephrology 1988-Present American Academy of Pediatrics, Fellow 1990-Present National Kidney Foundation 1990-Present American Society of Nephrology1991-Present American Academy of Pediatrics 1991-Present American Society of Pediatric Nephrology 1991-Present International Society of Nephrology 1991-Present American Society of Transplant Physicians 1994-Present Advisory Groups Medical Advisory Board - Kidney Foundation of Ohio, 1993-Present Cleveland, Ohio Executive Medical Board - Center for Dialysis Care, 1992-Present, Cleveland, Ohio PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Other Activities Invited Exam Question Writer: American Board of Pediatrics - General Pediatrics 1990-Present
  • 5. www.rainbowbabies.org American Board of Pediatrics - Pediatric Nephrology 1991-Present Journal Reviewer: Pediatrics 1991 Clinical Pediatrics 1992-Present Pediatric Nephrology 1996-Present Pediatric Transplantation 1997-Present American Journal of Kidney Diseases 1997-Present Journal of Urology 1998-Present Kidney International 2001-2003 New England Journal of Medicine 2003 International Journal of Dialysis 2003 Associate Editor, Transplant Chronicles 1996-2001 COMMITTEES National Pediatric Committee, American Society of Transplant 1995-1998 Physicians Member of Program Directors/Workforce Committee American Society of Pediatric Nephrology 1998-2000 Member of Clinical Affairs Committee 2002-present American Society of Pediatric Nephrology Member of subcommittee on Neurocognitie Outcomes in Children 2003-present with Chronic Kidney Disease, NIDDK Federal Grant on Chronic Kidney Disease in Children State Medicare Physician Advisory Committee, Ohio 1992-1995 Representative for American Academy of Pediatrics, Ohio Chapter Local Chair, Direct Aid Committee, Kidney Foundation of Ohio 1994-1996 Department of Pediatrics Education Committee 1991-1992 Academic Planning Committee1992-Present Intern Selection Committee 1992-2000 Appointment, Promotions and Tenure Committee 1994-1997 Sedation Task Force Committee1994-1995 Pediatric Subspecialty Committee 1995-Present Chair, Search Committee for Chief, Division of 1996-1997 Pediatric Nephrology Credentialing Committee 1996-1997 Chair, Credentialing Committee1997-2002 Chair, Urinary Tract Infection Carepath for UPCP 1998 Department Representative, University Hospitals of Cleveland 2002-present Corporate Credentialling Committee
  • 6. www.rainbowbabies.org EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES Teaching-Clinical Attending Physician Inpatient Attending Physician, Division of Pediatric 1990-Present Nephrology, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital 1990-1992: 2 months 1992-1994: 11 months 1994-1995: 9 months 1995-1996: 4 months 1996-1997: 7 months 1997-1998: 6 months 1998-1999: 6 months 1999-2003: 7 months/year Attending Physician (inpatient), General Academic Pediatrics. April 1992, December 1994, June 1996. Teaching-Lectures, Didactic Sessions, Conferences Pediatric Nephrology Ward Attending Rounds: 1990-Present (one hour didactic sessions with residents and medical students to discuss basic principles regarding the evaluation and management of hematuria/proteinuria, hypertension, urinary tract infections, fluids and electrolytes, acute/chronic renal failure) 1990-1991: 6 hours 1991-1992: 12 hours 1992-1993: 6 hours 1993-1994: 8 hours 1994-1995: 12 hours 1995-1996: 16 hours 1996-1997: 20 hours 1997-1998: 30 hours 1998-2003: 100 hours Renal Rounds, General Pediatric Nephrology Lectures 1993-1996 MetroHealth Medical Center (10-15 hours/year) Patient Management Conference (1 hour/lecture): 1990-Present Hematuria and Henoch-Schoenlein Purpura Syndrome, March 26, 1991 Hematuria/Proteinuria: All that is “Blood” is not Always Blood, December 3, 1991 Schonlein-Henoch Purpura Syndrome, June 3, 1992 Renal Failure/Posterior Urethral Valves, June 25, 1992 Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome, September 23, 1992
  • 7. www.rainbowbabies.org Nephrotic Syndrome, October 13, 1992 A 4 Year Old with Hypertension, February 2, 1993 Hypertension, November, 1993 Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome, December 7, 1993 Acute Nephritic Syndrome, May 17, 1994 A 10 Year Old Male with Renal Failure, February 14, 1995 Teaching-Lectures, Didactic Sessions, Conferences (cont’d) Patient Management Conference (1 hour/lecture) (cont’d)): A 16 Year Old with New Onset Hypertension, January 16, 1996 A Neonate with Hypertension, February 7, 1996 A 16 Year Old Female with New Onset Nephrotic Syndrome August 12, 1997 Office Evaluation and Management of the Child with Hematuria, March 17, 1998 A 14 Year Old Child with Acute Renal Failure and Hypertension, February 9, 1999 Management Issues in Young Children Following the Initial Episode of Acute Pyelonephritis, November 16, 1999 Evaluation and Management of a Child with Acute Nephritic Syndrome, March 24, 2000 A 13 Year old Male with New Onset Hypertension, September 5, 2000 Assessment and management of the child with acute nephritic syndrome June 10, 2003 Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Lecture Series: 1990-Present Hypertensive Emergencies Management of Acute Renal Failure in the ICU (6 hours of lectures/year) Intern Lecture Series: 1992-Present
  • 8. www.rainbowbabies.org Management of Fluid and Electrolytes. July, 1992-1995 (1 hour/year) Evaluation and Management of the Child with Urinary Tract Infection. August, 1996-Present (1 hour/year) Teaching-Lectures, Didactic Sessions, Conferences (cont’d) Pediatric Resident Board Review Course: Hematuria and Proteinuria, January 30, 1992 (1 hour) Urinary Tract Infections, March 12, 1992 (1 hour) Fluids and Electrolytes, April 13, 1994 (1 hour) Acute/Chronic Renal Failure, Urinary Tract Infections, and Hypertension, May 17, 1994 (3 hours) Fluids and Electrolytes, May 23, 1995 (1 hour) Hypertension, 1998-Present Hematuria and Proteinuria, May19, 2003 (1 hour) Resident (PL-3) Journal Club Mentor: March, 1996 January, 1997 December, 1997 October, 1998 November, 1999 Renal Rounds, General Pediatric Nephrology Lectures 1999-present Tod Children’s Hospital, Youngstown, Ohio (12 hours/year) Senior Rounds Mentor 1999 (2 hours) 2000 (2 hours) 2001 (2 hours) 2002 (10 hours) 2003 (3 hours) Emergency Medicine Resident Core Curriculum Lecture Series: A Renal “Train Wreck:” Management of Acute Renal Failure in the Emergency Room, February 18, 1993 (1 hour) Appropriate Evaluation and Management of the Child with Hematuria and Proteinuria in the Emergency Room, March 31, 1994; February 22, 1996 (1 hour/lecture) Organizer of “Pediatrics Today” Continuing Medical Education Lecture Series “Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges in Children with Urinary Tract Diseases,” February 27, 1996. Presented lecture: What is the value of the urinalysis anyway? (30 hours) “Office Management of Common Nephrology Problems,” April 24, 2001. (10 hours)
  • 9. www.rainbowbabies.org Teaching-Lectures, Didactic Sessions, Conferences (cont’d) City Wide Nephrology Conferences: Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome, April 23, 1994 (1 hour) Liddle Syndrome, January 17, 1996 (1 hour) Acute Interstitial Nephritis in Children, January 8, 1997 (0.5 hours) Preeclampsia/Eclampsia Associated Nephropathy, October 15, 1997 (1 hour) ESRD Management of a Child with Autosomal Recessive Polycystic Kidney Disease, May, 1998 (1 hour) Nephrotic Syndrome in the First Year of Life, April, 1999, (1 hour) Discussant at Regional Pediatric Nephrology Conference: September 16, 1992 (1.5 hours) January, 1993 (1.5 hours) April 21, 1993 (1.5 hours) June, 1993 (1.5 hours) January, 1994 (1.5 hours) October 24, 1996 (1.5 hours) February 17, 1998 (1.5 hours) Research Conference: Department of Pediatrics, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in Children with Chronic Renal Failure. March 26, 1993 Teaching- Medical Students Type A Elective: Pediatric Nephrology; Urinary Tract Infections in Children, discussion with five-Year I Medical Students , March 13, 1991 (2 hours) Hypertension in the Pediatric Patient, discussion with five Year I Medical Students, March 20, 1991 (2 hours) Acute Nephritic Syndrome and Acute Renal Failure in the Child, discussion with five Year I Medical Students, March 18, 1992 (2 hours) Hematuria and Proteinuria, discussion with 6 medical students rotating on the pediatric clerkship, February 1, 1993; March 24, 1993; February 18, 1994 (1 hour/lecture) Teaching- Medical Students (cont’d) Physical Diagnosis Preceptor(Year II students): March, 1993; May, 1996; April, 1998; May, 2000; April, 2002; April, 2003 (4 hours/year)
  • 10. www.rainbowbabies.org Generalist Lecture Series for Year III Medical Students. The Challenges of Urinary Tract Infections in Children, December 20, 1996. Discussion with 5 medical students (1 hour) Renal Correlation Conference, Year I Medical Students. Discussion with 10 students regarding a patient with end-stage renal disease, January 6, 1998 (3 hours) Orange Team teaching Attending Physician, June 1998 (10 hours) Renal Correlation Conference, Year I Medical Students. Discussion with 30 students regarding a patient with end-stage renal disease, January 18, 2000 (1 hour) Small Group Instructor, Homeostasis II, Renal Subcommittee, March 2001 (15 students, 40 hours/year) Renal Correlation Conference, Year I Medical Students. Discussion with 10 students regarding a patient with end-stage renal disease, January 28, 2003 (3 hours) Teaching- Nursing Staff/Students Management of Hyperammonemia in the Neonate. In-service to hemodialysis staff at University Hospitals of Cleveland, March 22, 1991 (2 hours) Advanced Concepts in the Management of the Neonate with Acute Renal Failure. In-service to Neonatal Intensive Care Unit nursing staff, October 22, 1992 (2 hours) Normal Renal Development and Congenital Anomalies of the Urinary Tract System. Continuing Medical Education Lecture Series for Renal Nurses: March 23, 1994; May 10, 1995 (1 hour/yr) Neonatal Hypertension. Lecture for CWRU/ Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Nurse Practitioner Students, March 30, 1994 (1 hour) Management of Renal Failure and Hypertension in the Acutely Ill Child. Lecture for CWRU/ Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Nurse Practitioner Students, November 29, 1995 (2 hours) Neurosciences Lab Meeting: Overview of Renal Development and Expression of the Neural Cell Adhesion Molecule and Polysialic Acid in the Kidney, October 2, 1990 (1 hour) Teaching-Other Neurosciences Research Seminar: Expression of the Neural Cell Adhesion Molecule and Polysialic Acid in the Developing Kidney of Chick Embryos, February 13, 1991 (1 hour) Division of Neonatology Physiology Seminar for fellows and faculty. Neonatal Hypertension, June 14, 1991 (2 hours) Teaching-Other (cont’d) Division of Pharmacology and Critical Care Seminar for fellows, Hypertensive emergencies in the PICU, February 23, 1998. Division of Neonatology Physiology Seminar for fellows and faculty. The physiologic basis for fluid and electrolyte management in the neonate, January 7, 2000 (2 hours) Lecturer for Pediatric Psychology Graduate Student Course. Understanding Cognitive and School Issues in the Child with End-Stage Renal Disease, November 2, 2001 (1.5 hours)
  • 11. www.rainbowbabies.org Resident Advisor William Oehlenschlager, M.D., Ph.D., 1993-1996 Mentor for Senior Resident Project William Oehlenschlager M.D., Ph.D.: Renal Biopsies in Children: When does it get complicated?, June 1996 Brenda McGee, MD: The role of the ultrasound in the initial evaluation of hematuria, June, 1999 Invited Lectures Pediatric Grand Rounds, Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in Children with Chronic Renal Failure, April, 1991. Pediatric Grand Rounds. Lakewood Hospital. Office Approach to Hematuria and Proteinuria, May 12, 1992. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Fairview General Hospital. Current Controversies in the Diagnosis and Management of the Child with Urinary Tract Infection, February, 1995. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. Update on the Management of the Child with End-Stage Renal Disease in 1995, March, 1995. Kidney Foundation Research Symposium, Cleveland, Ohio. Special Issues in Pediatric Renal Transplantation, September, 1995. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Parma Community General Hospital. Current Controversies in the Diagnosis and Management of the Child with Urinary Tract Infection, February, 1996. Pediatric Grand Rounds. Mount Sinai Medical Center. Office Approach to the Child with Hematuria and Proteinuria. April, 1996. First International Symposium on Transplant Recipient Compliance, “Pediatric Renal Transplantation: Back to School Issues,” Washington, D.C, April 4, 1998. Pediatric Grand Rounds, MetroHealth Medical Center. Controversies in Childhood Urinary Tract Infection- A Never Ending Story. January, 1999. Invited Lectures (cont’d) Pediatric Grand Rounds, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. Pediatric Renal Transplantation: A Treatment, Not a Cure. June, 2000. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Tod Children’s Hospital. Childhood Hypertension. February, 2001. Regional Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation, Ohio Buckeye Friends Meeting, Columbus, Ohio. Can progression of autosomal dominant or autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease be prevented? April, 2001 Participant at Conference on the Medical Evaluation of the Living Renal Donor, Sponsored by the National Kidney Foundation. Evaluation of the Living Donor for End-Stage Renal Disease Secondary to Atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome/Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura, Dallas, December, 2003. PUBLICATIONS
  • 12. www.rainbowbabies.org Articles Davis ID, Chang P-N, Nevins TE. Successful renal transplantation accelerates development in young uremic children. Pediatrics 86:594-600, 1990. Davis ID, Lindman B, LeBien T, Platt J. Biochemical and histochemical characterization of a murine renal differentiation antigen. JASN 1:1153-1159, 1991. Davis ID, Burke B, Freese D, Sharp HL, Kim YK. The pathologic spectrum of the nephropathy associated with alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency. Human Pathology 23:57-62, 1992. Chielimsky G, Davis ID, Kliegman R. Neonatal hyponatremia associated with congenital hypothyroidism. Clinical Pediatrics 36:177-180, 1997. Davis ID, Oehlenschlager W, O’Riordan MA, Avner ED. Pediatric renal biopsy: should this procedure be performed in an outpatient setting? Pediatric Nephrology 12:96-100, 1998. Davis ID, Bunchman TE, Grimm PC, Benfield MR, Briscoe DM, Harmon WE, Alexander SR, Avner ED. Pediatric renal transplantation: Indications and special considerations - a position paper from the Pediatric Committee of the American Society of Transplant Physicians. Pediatric Transplantation 2:117- 129, 1998. Davis ID. Pediatric renal transplantation: back to school issues. Transplant Proc 31(4A): 61S-62S, 1999. Brouhard BH, Donaldson LA, Lawry KW, McGowan KRB, Drotar D, Davis I, Rose S, Cohn RA, Tejani A. Cognitive functioning in children on dialysis and post-transplantation. Pediatr Transplantation 4:261- 267, 2000. Wisanuyotin S, MacRae-Dell , Vogt BA, O’Riordan M, Avner ED, Davis ID. Complications of peritoneal dialysis in children with Eagle-Barrett Syndrome. Pediatr Nephrol 18: 159-163, 2003. Chelimsky G, Blanchard S, Sivitt C, Davis I, Czinn S. Pneumatosis intestinalis and diarrhea in a child following renal transplantation. Pediatr Transplantation 7: 236-239, 2003. Articles Bayazit AK, Vogt BA, Dell KM, Davis ID, Noyan A, Anarat A, Avner ED, Erhard P, Weiss MF. Effect of the peritoneal dialysis prescription on pentosidine in children. Pediatr Nephrol 18: 1049-1054, 2003. Davis ID, Ho M, Hupertz V, Avner ED. Survival of childhood polycystic kidney disease following renal transplantation: The impact of advanced hepatobiliary disease. Pediatr Transplantation 7:364-369, 2003. Abstracts Davis ID, Vernier RL, Lindman B, Platt J. A new murine fetal kidney differentiation antigen: BL26. Kidney Int. 35(1):345, 1989. Davis ID, Chang P-N, Nevins TE. Successful renal transplantation accelerates development in young uremic children. (International Pediatric Nephrology Association Meeting, Toronto, Canada, August, 1989) Nevins TE, So SKS, Davis ID, Chavers BM, Najarian JS, Mauer SM. Infant renal transplantation: A conservative approach to end-stage renal disease early in life. (International Pediatric Nephrology Association Meeting, Toronto, Canada, August, 1989). Davis ID, Nevins TE, Cook ME, So SKS, Chang P-N. Educational status of children following early
  • 13. www.rainbowbabies.org renal transplantation. Kidney International 37:605, 1990. Brouhard BH, Lawry K, Davis I, Tejani A. Educational status of children undergoing dialysis: A report of the North American Pediatric Renal Transplant Cooperative Study. (Presented at the Midwest Society for Pediatric Research, Chicago, Illinois, June, 1995). Oehlenschlager W, O’Riordan M, Davis ID: Renal Biopsies in Children:when does it get complicated? (Presented at the American Society of Nephrology Meeting, New Orleans, November, 1996. Brouhard B, Lawry K, Davis I, Dresner I, Jensen V, Bonamer M. An educational intervention project with children in end-stage renal disease. J Inv Medicine 45(7):309A, 1997. Brouhard B, Donaldson L, Lawry K, Drotar D, Davis I. Quality of life of children post transplantation compared to children on dialysis. Pediatr Transplantation 2(Suppl 1):80, 1998. Brouhard BH, Lawry KW, Drotar D, Davis I. Cognitive functioning in children with renal failure and posttransplantation: A report of the North American Pediatric Renal Transplant Cooperative Study (NAPRTCS). Presented at the 3rd International Congress for Pediatric Transplantation, Boston, 1998. Wisanuyotin S, Vogt B, MacRae Dell K, Avner ED, Davis I. Complications of peritoneal dialysis (PD) in Eagle-Barrett syndrome (EBS). Presented at the American Society of Pediatric Nephrology Meeting, Baltimore, 2002. Davis I, Baron J, O’Riordan M, Rosen CL. Sleep disturbances in pediatric dialysis patients. Presented at the Annual Dialysis Conference, San Antonio, 2004. Book Chapters Davis ID. Evaluation and Treatment of the Child with Hematuria. In: Elder JR (ed.), Pediatric Urology for the General Urologist, New York, New York, Igaku-Shoin Medical Publishers, Inc., pp. 173-187, 1995. Davis ID. Minimal Change Disease. In Nephrology Secrets, edited by Hricik DE, Ganz M, Sedor J, Hanley and Belfus:Philadelphia, 69-71, 1999. Lacson E, Davis ID, Membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis. Nephrology Secrets, edited by Hricik DE, Ganz M, Sedor J, Hanley and Belfus:Philadelphia, 82-86, 1999. Davis ID. Post-Infectious Glomerulonephritis. In Nephrology Secrets, edited by Hricik DE, Ganz M, Sedor J, Hanley and Belfus:Philadelphia, 94-96, 1999. Davis ID. Childhood Hypertension. In Nephrology Secrets, edited by Hricik DE, Ganz M, Sedor J, Hanley and Belfus:Philadelphia, 207-210, 1999. Vogt B, Davis I, Avner ED. The kidney. In, Fanaroff AA, Klaus MH (eds), Care of the High Risk Neonate. 5th edition. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 2001, pp. 425-446. Davis ID, Avner ED. Fluid and electrolyte management. In, Fanaroff AA, Martin RJ (eds), Neonatal- Perinatal Medicine. 7th edition. St. Louis: Mosby, 2002, pp. 619-627. Davis ID, Stork J, Avner ED. Acid-base physiology and disorders in the neonate. In, Fanaroff AA, Martin RJ (eds), Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine. 7th edition. St. Louis: Mosby, 2002, pp. 627-634. Davis ID, Avner ED. Glomerular disease. IN: Behrman RE, Kleigman RM, Jenson H (eds) Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, PA, pp.1731-1734, 2004. Davis ID, Avner ED. Conditions particularly associated with hematuria. IN: Behrman RE, Kleigman RM, Jenson H (eds) Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, PA, pp. 1735-1751, 2004.
  • 14. www.rainbowbabies.org Vogt B, Davis ID. Treatment of hypertension. IN: Avner ED, Harmon W, Niaudet P (eds) Pediatric Nephrology, 5th edition, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA, pp. 1199-1220, 2004. MacRae-Dell K, Davis ID. Acid-base physiology and disorders in the neonate. In, Fanaroff AA, Martin RJ, Walsh M (eds), Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine. 8th edition. St. Louis: Mosby, in press. Vogt BA, MacRae-Dell K, Davis ID. Kidney and urinary tract. IN: Fanaroff AA, Martin R (eds.) Neonatal- Perinatal Medicine. 8th edition, St. Louis: Mosby, in press. Invited Reviews Davis ID. Immunization in the transplant patient. Transplant Chronicles 3(4):6-7, 1996. Davis ID, Vogt BV, Avner ED. Renal transplantation in infants and young children. Transplant Chronicles 4(1):16-18, 1996. Invited Reviews Davis ID. Growth retardation affects kidney and liver transplant recipients. Transplant Chronicles, 4(4): 16-19, 1997. Davis ID. What you should know about post-transplant lymphoproliferative disease. Transplant Chronicles, 5(3):14, 1998. Davis, ID. Recurrent disease in the transplanted kidney. Transplant Chronicles 5(4):18, 1998. Davis ID, Wood PR. What about those new anti-rejection medications I’ve been reading about. Transplant Chronicles 5(5):15, 1998. Davis ID. Pediatric transplantation: Back to school issues. Transplant Chronicles, 6(4):12, 1999. Davis, ID. Use of growth hormone in children with kidney transplants. Transplant Chronicles 7(1):11- 12, 1999. Ferriter M, Davis ID. Health maintenance in the transplant recipient. Transplant Chronicles, 7(3):7-8, 2000. Davis ID. Evaluation and Treatment of the Child with Hematuria. In: Elder JR (ed.), Pediatric Urology for the General Urologist, New York, New York, Igaku-Shoin Medical Publishers, Inc., pp. 173-187, 1995. Davis ID. Immunization guidelines for the pediatric transplant recipient. Transplant Chronicles 8(1):11- 12, 2000. Davis ID. Complications following organ transplantation: the need for careful follow-up. Transplant Chronicles 8(3): 15-16, 2001. Mannarino M, Davis ID, Rast K. Nutrition issues in the chronically ill or transplanted child. Transplant Chronicles 8(4): 4-5, 2001. Davis I, MacRae Dell K, Sweeney WE, Avner ED. Can progression of autosomal dominant or autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disese be prevented? Sem in Nephrol 21:430-440, 2001. Davis ID, MacRae Dell K. Editorial: Are aquaporin water channels the “Holy Grail” of primary nocturnal enuresis? J Urol 167:1451-1452, 2002.
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