Cameron Dezfulian, MD, FAHA, FAAP
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, American Board of Pediatrics; Critical Care Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine; Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine
|Assistant Professor, Critical Care Medicine Department
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Dr. Dezfulian practices pediatric cardiac critical care at Texas Children’s Hospital (TCH) and is the founding director of the Adult Congenital Heart disease inpatient unit at TCH and practices adult cardiac critical care within this ICU as well as the Baylor-St. Luke’s cardiothoracic, transplant and mechanical support intensive care unit. Dr. Dezfulian has over 100 publications primarily in the arena of cardiac arrest post-resuscitation care and neuro- and cardio-protection after global ischemia.
He was the prior director of the adult and pediatric critical care cardiovascular educational curricula at the University of Pittsburgh where he was an Associate Professor of Critical Care Medicine and Clinical and Translational Sciences until July 2020. Dr. Dezfulian is active in the American Heart Association (AHA) 3CPR council and Emergency Cardiovascular Care science subcommittee, and co-chairs the 2023 AHA/AAP Drowning Cardiac Arrest guideline update and chairs the AHA 2025 Systems of Care Cardiac Arrest guideline writing group. He is also part of the faculty group for the Hemodynamic course at the Society of Critical Care Medicine pre-conference.