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Salvatore Mangione, MD

Salvatore Mangione, MD

Contact Dr. Mangione

834 Walnut Street
Suite 650
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6591
(215) 955-0830 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Enhancing and sustaining empathy in medical students
  2. Cardiovascular Physical Examination
  3. Heart Murmurs
  4. The stethoscope as metaphor
  5. TLR4 upregulation underpins airway neutrophilia in smokers with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and acute respiratory failure
  6. Cardiovascular Physical Examination
  7. Heart Murmurs
  8. The use of opioids for breakthrough pain in acute palliative care unit by using doses proportional to opioid basal regimen
  9. Early vs late tracheotomy for prevention of pneumonia in mechanically ventilated adult ICU patients: A randomized controlled trial
  10. Tools for Identifying Cancer Pain of Predominantly Neuropathic Origin and Opioid Responsiveness in Cancer Patients
  11. Frequency, Indications, Outcomes, and Predictive Factors of Opioid Switching in an Acute Palliative Care Unit
  12. Sustained-release oral morphine versus transdermal fentanyl and oral methadone in cancer pain management
  13. Clinical and financial analysis of an acute palliative care unit in an oncological department
  14. Intravenous Morphine for Breakthrough (Episodic-) Pain in an Acute Palliative Care Unit: A Confirmatory Study
  15. High doses of antithrombin in severe early-onset preeclampsia multicenter open study | Trattamento della preeclampsia precoce con concentrato di antitrombina. Studio multicentrico in aperto
  16. Switching from Transdermal Drugs: An Observational "N of 1" Study of Fentanyl and Buprenorphine
  17. Intrathecal treatment in cancer patients unresponsive to multiple trials of systemic opioids
  18. Transmucosal fentanyl vs intravenous morphine in doses proportional to basal opioid regimen for episodic-breakthrough pain
  19. Jefferson scale of patient's perceptions of physician empathy: Preliminary psychometric data
  20. Medical Treatment for Inoperable Malignant Bowel Obstruction: A Qualitative Systematic Review