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    CURRICULUM VITAE 14 November 2012

    NAME: KENNETH G. SWAN, M.D.

    FAMILY: Married: Betsy Ann Capwell, 1965

    Daughters: Stephanie Alden, b., 1968 Deborah Ruth, b., 1972

    Son: Kenneth G., Jr., b. 1971

    EDUCATION: Harvard University B.A. 1952-1956

    (Cum laude)

    Cornell University M.D. 1956-1960

    The New York Hospital- Internship 1960-1961

    Cornell Medical Center (Surgery)

    The New York Hospital- Asst. Residency 1961-1965 Cornell Medical Center (Surgery)

    University of California Fellowship 1965-1966

    Los Angeles (Physiology)

    The New York Hospital- Residency 1966-1968

    Cornell Medical Center (General and Thoracic

    Surgery)

    BOARD

    CERTIFICATION: Diplomat, The American Board of Surgery, October 1969

    Diplomat, The Board of Thoracic Surgery, April 1970

    MILITARY SERVICE: Active Duty: July, 1968, Captain, US Army Medical Corps

    Vietnam:

    August, 1968 August, 1969; Bronze Star,

    Bronze Star 1st Oak Leaf Cluster, Air Medal,

    Combat Medical Badge

    September November, 1970 Vietnamese Airborne Wings

    January March, 1975 (AID)

    Persian Gulf: January May 1991, Bronze Star, 2nd Oak Leaf Cluster

    Retired: October 1998: Legion of Merit

    MILITARY EDUCATION:

    U.S. Army Medical Field Service School, Fort Sam Houston, Texas 1968

    U.S. Army Airborne Training School, Fort Benning, Georgia 1969

    Vietnamese Airborne Training School, Saigon, Republic of Vietnam 1970

    U.S. Army Special Forces Military Free Fall School HALO

    (High Altitude Low Opening) Fort Bragg, North Carolina

    (Honor Graduate) 1971

    U.S. Army Special Forces Operations Course, Fort Bragg, NC 1975

    U.S. Army Command & General Staff College,

    Phase I, Westfield, NJ, September 1976 April 1977

    Phase II, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, July August 1977

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    U.S. Army War College, Phase I, 1978 1979,

    Phase II, 1979 1980, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania

    U.S. Army Flight Surgeon School, Phase I, II, & III

    Fort Rucker, Alabama 1984, 1985, 1986

    U.S. Army Air Assault School, Fort Rucker, AL, 1988

    RATING: Combat Medic 1969

    Parachutist 1969

    Senior Parachutist 1971

    High Altitude Low Opening (HALO) 1971

    Master Parachutist 1972

    Special Forces 1975

    A Prefix 1980

    Flight Surgeon 1986

    Air Assault 1988

    RANK: Major 29 December 1968

    LTC 26 December 1969 COL 15 June 1977

    ASSIGNMENTS AND AWARDS (PEACETIME):

    Deputy Director, Division of Surgery, Walter Reed Army Institute Research, 1971 - 1972

    Director, Division of Surgery, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, 1972 1973

    Meritorious Service Medal, 18 September 1973

    Group Surgeon, 11th Special Forces Group, 1st SF, Fort Meade, Maryland, 1973 1975

    Chief of Professional Services, 322nd General Hospital, USAR, Kearny, NJ, 1975 1977

    Commanding Officer, 322nd General Hospital, USAR Picatinny Arsenal, Dover, NJ, 1977 - 1982

    ARCOM Surgeon, 79 ARCOM, Folsom, Pennsylvania January 1982 April 1982 Staff Surgeon, 1st U.S. Army Augmentation Detachment, Fort Meade, Maryland, 1982 1984

    IMA FORSCOM Surgeon, Fort McPherson, Georgia, 1984 1995

    Department of Defense, Office of Inspector General, Medical Advisor, Arlington, VA, 1995 1998

    ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

    University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey/New Jersey Medical School

    Associate Professor of Surgery July 1973 June 1976

    Professor of Surgery July 1976 Present

    ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:

    Chief, Section of General Surgery, UMDNJ/NJMS 1973 1995

    Director of Surgery, Martland Hospital, Newark, NJ 1973 1979

    Director of Surgery, University Hospital, Newark, NJ 1979 1985

    Director of Surgery, Essex County Hospital Center, Cedar Grove, NJ

    Director, Surgical Residency Training Program,

    UMDNJ/University Hospital, Newark 1973 1989

    Director, Division of Trauma, UMDNJ/NJMS 1982 1984

    Chief, Division of Thoracic Surgery, University Hospital, Newark, NJ 1987 2002

    Associate Director, UMDNJ/NJMS 3rd Year Surgical Clerkship 2004 2008

    Director, UMDNJ/NJMS 3rd Year Surgical Clerkship 2008 - Present

    ORGANIZATIONAL MEMBERSHIP:

    American Federation for Clinical Research 1966

    American Physiological Society 1967

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    American Association for the Advancement of Science 1968

    Association for Academic Surgery 1970

    American Gastroenterological Association 1971

    American College of Surgeons 1971

    Society for Experimental Biology & Medicine 1972

    Society of University Surgeons 1974 American Association, Study of Liver Disease 1975

    International Society for Cardiovascular Surgery 1975

    Society of Thoracic Surgeons 1976

    Southeastern Surgical Congress 1977

    Society of Medical Consultants to the Armed Forces 1978

    Society for Vascular Surgery 1978

    American Surgical Association 1979

    American Association for the Surgery of Trauma 1979

    New York Society for Thoracic Surgery 1981

    American Association for Thoracic Surgery 1989

    Explorers Club Resident Fellow 1994

    American Osler Society 2010

    HONORS:

    Foundation of the University of Medicine and Dentistry

    of New Jersey Award for Excellence in Teaching 1980 1981

    William C. Porter Lecturer Award, Association of

    Military Surgeons of the United States 1981

    UMDNJ/New Jersey Medical School

    Chief Residents Award, Excellence in Teaching 1982

    Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society 1983

    UMDNJ/New Jersey Medical School, Department of Surgery Best Teacher in Surgery 1985

    Councillor, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society,

    Beta Chapter, New Jersey Medical School 1990 1994

    UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award 1991

    Leonard D. Heaton Lecturer Award, 7th MEDCOM and

    Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences 1991

    Vice-President, Society of Medical Consultants to the Armed Forces 1991 1992

    President, Society of Medical Consultants to the Armed Forces 1992 1993

    National Eagle Scout Association, Boy Scouts of America 1990

    Distinguished Health Care Service Award, Essex Council,

    Boy Scouts of America 1993

    Distinguished Eagle Scout 1993 UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award 1994

    UMDNJ/NJMS Gonfalonier (Graduation, Class of 97) 1997

    UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award 1998

    UMDNJ/NJMS Gonfalonier (Convocation, Class of 98) 1998

    Society of Medical Consultants to the Armed Forces

    John R. Seale Award 1998

    Councilor, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society 1998 2005

    Beta Chapter, New Jersey Medical School

    UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award 1999

    UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award 2000

    UMDNJ/NJMS Dept. of Surgery Chief Residents Award 2000 UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award 2001

    UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award 2002

    UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award 2003

    Council Member at Large, Northern NJ Council, Boy Scouts of America 2003

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    Good Scout Award, Northern NJ Council, BSA 2003

    UMDNJ/NJMS Lifetime Achievement Award 2003

    Harvard University, Joseph R. Hamlen Award for Alumni Development 2004

    UMDNJ/NJMS Alumni Association Distinguished Professor Award 2005

    UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award 2006

    UMDNJ/NJMS 07 Convocation Marshall 2007 Foundation of the UMDNJ Excellence in Teaching Award 2007

    UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award 2007

    Arnold P. Gold Foundation Recipient, Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine 2008

    UMDNJ/NJMS Hippocratic Oath, Convocation Class of 08 2008

    Vice President, Medical History Society of New Jersey 2008-2010

    Edward J. Ill Excellence in Medicine, Physicians Award 2009

    UMDNJ/NJMS Hippocratic Oath, Convocation Class of 09 2009

    Greater Metropolitan Medical Alumni Council, Founders Award 2009

    President, Medical History Society of New Jersey 2010-

    UMDNJ/NJMS Distinguished Career Award (Clinical Science) 2010

    UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award, Class of 2011 2010

    Elder, Wyoming Presbyterian Church, Millburn, N.J. 2010 UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award, Class of 2011 2011

    UMDNJ/NJMS Hippocratic Oath, Convocation, Class of 2011 2011

    UMDNJ/NJMS Golden Apple Award, Class of 2013 2012

    APPOINTMENTS:

    Consultant in Surgery, Beth Israel Medical Center, Newark, NJ 1973 1995

    Consultant in Surgery, Veterans Administration Hospital

    East Orange, New Jersey 1973 Present

    Consultant in Surgery, St. Michaels Medical Center, Newark, NJ 1974 1995 Trauma Surgeon, National Body Armor Field Test, Newark, NJ 1975 1977

    Consultant in Surgery, United Hospitals Medical Center, Newark, NJ 1976 1990

    Associate Attending in Surgery, Jersey City Medical Center,

    Newark, NJ 1977 1995

    Consultant in Surgery, St. Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ

    Livingston, NJ 1977 1995

    VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS:

    University of Oklahoma Medical Center, Oklahoma City, OK 1969

    University of Freiberg, Freiberg, Germany 1971

    University of Freiberg, Freiberg, Germany 1972

    Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA 1973

    Rutgers Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ 1974

    AMA/AID Medical Education Project 1975

    University of Saigon, Republic of South Vietnam

    The George Washington University School of Medicine 1976 Washington, DC

    The Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn/Jamaica Queens, NY 1976

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    University of Texas Hermann Hospital, Houston, Texas 1976

    Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pennsylvania 1978

    University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, Iowa City, Iowa 1978

    Metropolitan Hospital, New York, NY 1978

    Roosevelt Hospital, New York, NY 1979

    The George Washington University School of Medicine 1980

    Washington, DC

    Jefferson University Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA 1981

    Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 1981

    University of Freiberg, Freiberg, Germany 1982

    The Hospital of St. Raphael, New Haven, Connecticut 1983

    Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 1983

    Beekman Downtown Hospital, New York Infirmary 1984

    New York, New York

    The Medical College of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia 1984

    Memorial Medical Center, Savannah, Georgia 1984

    Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems 1984

    Baltimore, Maryland

    Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, Bronx, New York 1985

    Temple University Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA 1985

    Episcopal Hospital, Philadelphia, PA 1985

    Mount Sinai Medical College, New York, NY 1985

    Trenton State College, Trenton, New Jersey 1986

    Tokyo Symposium on the Treatment of Esophageal Varices 1988

    Tokyo, Japan

    Harvard Medical School-Massachusetts General Hospital, 1990

    Boston, Massachusetts

    Trenton State College, Trenton, New Jersey 1990

    Temple University Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1991

    Catholic University Medical College, Rome, Italy 1991

    Memorial Medical Center, Savannah, Georgia 1991

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    University of Ghana Medical College, Accra, Ghana 1992

    Research Medical Center, Kansas City, Missouri 1992

    Trenton State College, Trenton, New Jersey 1992

    Cornell University Medical College, New York, New York 1992

    Lehigh Valley Medical Center, Allentown, Pennsylvania 1993

    Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia 1993

    Memorial Medical Center, Savannah, Georgia 1993

    East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee 1993

    National Orthopedic Hospital, Lagos, Nigeria 1994

    Saint Francis Medical Center, Peoria, Illinois 1995

    Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina 1995

    Cornell University Medical College, New York, New York 1995

    University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah 1997

    Mount Sinai Medical School, New York, New York 1998

    Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Newark, New Jersey 1998

    Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, New York 1999

    Saint Francis Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1999

    Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pennsylvania 1999

    St. Josephs Hospital, Paterson, New Jersey 1999

    Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, New York 1999

    East Orange VA Medical Center, East Orange, New Jersey 2000

    Bronx VA Medical Center, New York, New York 2000

    New York Presbyterian Hospital/Cornell, New York, New York 2000

    Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune, New Jersey 2000

    Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, New Jersey 2000

    Graduate Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2001

    Methodist Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2001

    St. Josephs Hospital, Paterson, New Jersey 2001

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    Community Medical Center, Toms River, New Jersey 2001

    Nassau University Medical Center, New York, New York 2001

    Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, New Jersey 2001

    East Orange VA Medical Center, East Orange, New Jersey 2001

    Naval Reserve Hospital, Fort Dix, New York [sic] 2002

    New York Methodist Hospital, New York, New York 2002

    St. Josephs Hospital, Paterson, New Jersey 2003

    Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center, New Brunswick, NJ 2004

    Howard University, Washington, DC 2004

    348th General Hospital, Albany, New York 2005

    Cornell University Medical College 2006

    Saint Josephs Hospital, Paterson, New Jersey 2007

    Cornell University Medical College (Anesthesiology Department) 2008

    EXTRACURRICULAR COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS:

    Member, Committee on Issues 1975 1978

    Association for Academic Surgery

    Chairman, Committee on Issues 1976 1978

    Board of Trustees 1977

    New Jersey Division American Trauma Society

    Nominating Committee, 1978

    Vascular Surgical Society of New Jersey

    Chairman, Multiple Trauma Task Force 1978 New Jersey Emergency Medical Services

    New Jersey Chapter, American College of Surgeons 1980 1989

    Chairman, New Jersey Committee on Trauma

    Director, American College of Surgeons 1980 Present

    Advanced Trauma Life Support Course

    Chairman, Committee on Contingency Planning and Combat 1983 1999

    Readiness, Society of Medical Consultants to the Armed Forces

    Council Member, Society of Medical Consultants to the Armed Forces 1984 Present

    Councilor, New Jersey Chapter 1985 - 1989

    American College of Surgeons

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    Cornell University Medical College

    Alumni Association Board of Directors

    Treasurer 1998 2000

    Secretary 2000 2002

    Vice President 2002 2004 President 2004 2006

    Senior Advisor 2006 Present

    EDITORIAL REVIEW:

    Gastroenterology 1965 1990

    American Journal of Physiology 1967 - 1992

    Journal of Surgical Research 1977 1984

    Biomaterials 1979 - 1982

    Journal of Clinical Investigation 1980

    Patient Care Communications 1983 1984

    Journal of Trauma 1984 - Present Obstetrics and Gynecology Forum 1987

    Journal American Medical Association 1987 1997

    Military Medicine 1987 Present

    American Review of Respiratory Disease 1992

    Trauma Quarterly 1992 - 2000

    Annals of Thoracic Surgery 2001

    :

    MISCELLANEOUS

    National Institutes of Health, Site Visits

    University of Texas, Houston, Team Member 1987 University of Texas, Houston, Team Chief 1987

    Washington University, St. Louis, Team Chief 1990

    American Medical News Consultant 1991

    American Heart Association, NJ Affiliate,

    Research Peer Review Committee 1995

    COMMITTEES: University Hospital and New Jersey Medical School

    Surgical Executive Committee 1979 2003

    Utilization Management Committee 1980 1985

    Faculty Committee on Appointments and Promotions 1984 1989

    Admissions Committee 1990 Present Constitutional By-Laws Committee 1990 1997

    By-Laws Committee, Chairman 1997-1998

    Student Affairs Committee 1990 1996

    Student Affairs Committee, Chairman 1996 - 1998

    Quality Assurance Committee 1991 2001

    Institutional Animal Care Utilization Committee 1993 2004

    Library Committee, Chairman 1998 Present

    Committee on Academic Integrity 2005 Present

    Curriculum Committee 2007 Present

    Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee 2008 Present

    UMDNJ Senate 2011 2014 Transfusion Committee 2012- Present

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    2. Jacobson ED, Eisenberg MM and Swan KG. Gastric blood flow in conscious animals. Clinical Research 13:536 (abstract), 1965

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    10. Cornell NW and Swan KG. A simplified approach for removal of pharyngoesophageal diverticulum. Surg Gynec & Obstet 123:842-844, 1966

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    19. Grafe WR and Swan KG. Hemodynamics of the experimental dumping syndrome. Surgery 66:734- 740, 1969

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    21. Rees JR, Swan KG and Thorbjarnarson B. Perforated duodenal ulcer. Am J Surg 120:775-779, 1970 22. Swan KG. Surgeons and operations. New England Journal of Medicine 282:1105, 1970 23. Swan KG and Reynolds DG. The effects of a new alpha adrenergic blocking agent (WR 2823) on

    mesenteric blood flow. Clinical Research 19:28 (abstract), 1971

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    27. Reynolds DG and Swan KG. The comparative effects of phosphorothioic acid on canine mesenteric blood flow. Federation Proceedings 30:321 (abstract), 1971

    28. Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Effects of catecholamine infusions on the mesenteric circulation. Gastroenterology 60:96 (abstract), 1971

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    29. Swan KG and Reynolds DG. Mesenteric circulatory responses to endotoxemia in the baboon. Gastroenterology 60:805 (abstract), 1971

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    32. Swan KG, Barton RW and Reynolds DG. Effects of catecholamines on the mesenteric circulation of

    dog and monkey. Physiologist 14:241 (abstract), 1971

    33. Zeigler MG and Swan KG. Mesenteric blood flow and small intestinal motility in the dog.

    Physiologist 14:241 (abstract), 1971

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    baboon. Gastroenterology 61:872-876, 1971

    35. Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Effects of a new alpha adrenergic blocking drug on canine mesenteric hemodynamics. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 138:683-687, 1971

    36. Swan KG, Barton RW and Reynolds DG. The effects of sublethal endotoxin on catecholamine responses in the canine mesenteric circulation. Clinical Research 19:661 (abstract), 1971

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    Experimental Medicine and Biology. 23:87-107, 1971

    39. Reynolds DG, Brungardt JM and Swan KG. Effects of endotoxin on the vascular architecture of intestinal mucosa. Advances in Experimental Medicine & Biology 23:113-26, 1971.

    40. Barton RW, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Mesenteric circulatory responses to hemorrhagic shock in the baboon. Annals of Surgery 175:204-209, 1972.

    41. Swan KG and Reynolds DG. A miniaturized occluder for electromagnetic blood flow measurements. J Thor Cardiovasc Surg 63:403-407, 1972

    42. Brungardt JM, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Mesenteric hemodynamic responses to sublethal endotoxin. Clinical Research 20:25 (abstract), 1972

    43. Reynolds DG and Swan KG. The effects of endotoxin on the vascular architecture of the intestinal mucosa. Clinical Research 20:42 (abstract), 1972

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    45. Swan KG and Reynolds DG. Blood flow to the liver and spleen during endotoxin shock in the baboon. Surgery 72:388-394, 1972

    46. Brungardt JM, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Mesenteric blood flow during sublethal endotoxemia. Federation Proceedings 31:358 (abstract), 1972

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    48. Swan KG and Reynolds DG. The vasodilator action of epinephrine on the mesenteric circulation of the baboon. Gastroenterology 62:819 (abstract), 1972

    49. Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Intestinal microvascular architecture in experimental shock. Gastroenterology (abstract), 1972

    50. Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Intestinal microvascular architecture in experimental shock. Gastroenterology 63:601-610, 1972

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    53. McLeod DG, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Adrenergic mechanisms in the canine ureter. Physiolgist 15:213 (abstract), 1972

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    56. Selmyer JP, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Renal blood flow during endotoxic shock in the subhuman primate. Physiologist 15:262 (abstract), 1972

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    57. Brungardt JM, Reynolds DG, Evans LW and Swan KG. Adrenergic mechanisms in the canine hindlimb circulation. Clinical Research 20:716 (abstract), 1972

    58. Wright CB and Swan KG. The effects of venous ligation on femoral arterial blood flow. Circulation (Supplement No. 11) 46:237 (abstract), 1972

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    73:141-146, 1973

    61. Swan KG and Henshaw RE. Lumbar sympathectomy and cold acclimatization by the arctic wolf. Ann Surg 177:286-292, 1973

    62. Wright CB and Swan KG. Hemodynamics of venous repair in the canine hindlimb. J Thor Cardiovasc Surg 65:195-199, 1973

    63. Selmyer JP, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Renal blood flow during endotoxin shock in the subhuman primate. Surgery Gynecology & Obstetrics 137:2-6, 1973

    64. Hobson RW, Croom RD and Swan KG. Hemodynamics of the distal arteriovenous fistula in venous reconstruction. Journal of Surgical Research 14:483-489, 1973

    65. Wright CB, Swan KG, Reynolds DG and Nelson TG. Venous occlusion in the canine hindlimb: hemodynamic effects of adrenergic stimulation and blockade. Surgery 73:507-511, 1973

    66. Brungardt JM, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Vasodilator effects of epinephrine on the canine hindlimb. Clinical Research 71:35 (abstract), 1973

    67. McLeod DG, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Adrenergic mechanisms in the canine ureter. American Journal of Physiology 224:1054 1058, 1973

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    70. Swan KG, Evans LW and Reynolds DG. Intestinal microvascular architecture in subhuman primates. Clinical Research 21:526 (abstract), 1973

    71. Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Intestinal microvascular architecture: dog, monkey and man. Gastroenterology 64:106 (abstract), 1973.

    72. Wright CB, Hobson RW and Swan KG. Autografts and homografts in canine femoral venous reconstruction: a double blind study. Surgery 74:654-659, 1973

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    75. Wright CB, Sayre JT, Casterline PF and Swan KG. Hemodynamic effects of sympathectomy on canine femoral venous occlusion. Surgery 74:405-411, 1973

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    circulation. Cardiovascular Research 8:423-429, 1974

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    circulation. Federation Proceedings 33:377 (abstract), 1974

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    (abstract), 1974

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    81. Swan KG, Barton RW and Reynolds DG. Mesenteric circulatory effects of shock in the baboon. The

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    83. Lavigne JE, Brown CS, Fewel J and Swan KG. Hemodynamics within a canine arteriovenous fistula.

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    Surgery 77:439-443, 1975

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    dogs. American Surgeon 41:198-202, 1975

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    circulation of baboons. Surgery 77:577-585, 1975

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    of pipestem fibrosis and glomerulopathy. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 24:619-631, 1975.

    92. Reynolds DG, Kerr JC and Swan KG. Factors influencing mesenteric blood flow. In: Functions of the Stomach and Intestine Ed: MHF Freidman, University Park Press, Baltimore, MD, 1975

    93. Reynolds DG, Jaques DP, Boynton WA, Brungardt JM and Swan KG. Adrenergic control of femoral blood flow. Venous Surgery in the Lower Extremities. Ed: KG Swan, WH Green, St. Louis, 145-

    160, 1975

    94. Swan KG, Wright CB, Kerr JC and Reynolds DG. Cholinergic effects on femoral blood flow. Venous

    Surgery in the Lower Extremities. Ed: KG Swan, WH Green, St. Louis, 161-168, 1975.

    95. Wright CB, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Sympathectomy and femoral blood flow. Venous Surgery

    in the Lower Extremities. Ed. KG Swan, WH Green, St. Louis, 169-175, 1975

    96. Hobson RW, Howard EW, Wright CB, Swan KG and Rich NM. Hemodynamics of femoral venous ligation Venous Surgery in the Lower Extremities. Ed: KG Swan, WH Green, St. Louis, 215

    221, 1975

    97. Wright CB, Casterline PF, Sayre JT and Swan KG. Management of venous ligation. Venous Surgery

    in the Lower Extremities. Ed: KG Swan, WH Green, St. Louis, 223-235, 1975

    98. Wright CB, Casterline PF, Sayre JT and Swan KG. Techniques in venous repair. Venous Surgery

    in the Lower Extremities. Ed: KG Swan, WH Green, St. Louis, 223-256, 1975

    99. Rich NM, Hobson RW, Wright CB and Swan KG. Evaluation of vein graft patency. Venous Surgery

    in the Lower Extremities. Ed: KG Swan, WH Green, St. Louis, 257-263, 1975

    100. Wright CB, Hobson RW and Swan KG. Review of autografts and homografts in canine femoral

    venous reconstruction. Venous Surgery in the Lower Extremities. Ed: KG Swan, WH Green, St.

    Louis, 409-414, 1975

    101. Wright CB, Alix EC, Hobson RW and Swan KG. Results following reconstruction of the femoral vein. Venous Surgery in the Lower Extremities. Ed: KG Swan, WH Green, St. Louis, 265-273,

    1975

    102. Swan KG, Hobson RW and Wright CB. Hemodynamic effects of the arteriovenous fistula. Venous

    Surgery in the Lower Extremities. Ed: KG Swan, WH Green, St. Louis, 377-383, 1975

    103. Kerr JC, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Autoregulatory escape from vasopressin induced canine

    hepatic arterial constriction. Clinical Research 23:578, (abstract), 1975

    104. Le DQ, Nghiem DD and Swan KG. Traumatic iliac artery enteric fistula. Binh Dan Hospital

    Proceedings (Saigon) 4: 28-30, 1975

    105. Swan KG. What I carry in my emergency kit. Emergency Medicine 8:30-32, 1975

    106. Lavigne JE, Kerr JC and Swan KG. Hemodynamic effects of multiple arteriovenous fistulae in the

    canine hindlimb. Journal of Surgical Research 20:571-574, 1975. 107. Swan KG, Lavigne JE, Vidaver RM and Brown CS. Acute alcoholism, minor trauma and shock.

    Clinical Research 24:6 (abstract), 1976

    108. Swan KG, Hobson RW and Kerr JC. Colonic blood flow in monkeys. Clinical Research 24:14

    (abstract), 1976.

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    109. Kerr JC, Seelig RF and Swan KG. Catecholamine effects on canine hepatic arterial blood flow.

    Federation Proceedings 35: 635 (abstract), 1976

    110. Seelig RF, Hobson RW, Kerr JC and Swan KG. Vasopressin and colonic blood flow in monkeys.

    Gastroenterology 70:106 (abstract), 1976

    111. Kerr JC, Hobson RW, Seelig RF and Swan KG. Influence of vasopressin on colon blood flow in

    monkeys. Gastroenterology 72:474-478,1977 112. Swan KG, Kerr JC, Wright CB and Reynolds DG. Adrenergic mechanisms in the hepatic arterial

    circulation of baboons. Surgery 81:326-334, 1977

    113. Swan KG, Vidaver RM, Lavigne JE and Brown CS. Acute alcoholism, minor trauma and shock.

    Journal of Trauma 17:215-218, 1977

    114. Swan KG, Reynolds DG and Wickline D. Endotoxin shock and colon blood flow in monkeys.

    Federation Proceedings 36:581 (abstract), 1977.

    115. Swan KG, Hobson RW and Kerr JC. Vasopressin and control of gastrointestinal hemorrhage:

    Experimental observations and clinical recommendations. American Surgeon 43:545-553, 1977

    116. Abel RM, Bury K, Fromm D, Herman CM, Levitsky S, Robson MC and Swan KG. The chairman of

    a department of surgery. Journal of Surgical Research 23:377-383, 1977

    117. Kerr JC, Freedman AR and Swan KG. Intravenous vs. intra-arterial vasopressin and primate

    mesenteric blood flow. Gastroenterology 72 (Part II) 56: (abstract), 1977 118. Swan KG, Trout HH and Reynolds DG. Endotoxemia and large intestinal blood flow in subhuman

    primates. Circulatory Shock 4:369-377, 1977

    119. Kerr JC, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Vasopressin and canine hepatic arterial blood flow. Journal of

    Surgical Research 23:166-171, 1977

    120. Lavigne JE, Messina LM, Golding MR, Kerr JC, Hobson RW and Swan KG. Fistula size and

    hemodynamic events within and about canine femoral arteriovenous fistulae. Journal of Thoracic

    and Cardiovascular Surgery 74:551-556, 1977.

    121. Swan KG, Vidaver RM and Lavigne JE. Acute alcoholism, minor trauma and shock. Clinical

    Medicine 84:22 (abstract), 1977

    122. Tuzzeo S, Saad SA, Hastings OM and Swan KG. Management of brachial arterial injuries. Surgery

    Gynecology and Obstetrics 146:21-24, 1978 123. Swan KG. Diagnosis and treatment of intestinal ischemia. In: Gastrointestinal Problems. ACS Post-

    Graduate Course #2, October, 1978

    124. Kerr JC, Hobson RW, Seelig RF and Swan KG. Vasopressin: route of administration and effects on

    canine hepatic and superior mesenteric arterial blood flows. Annals of Surgery 187:137-142, 1978

    125. Kerr JC, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Vasopressin and blood flow to the canine small intestine.

    Journal of Surgical Research 25:35-41, 1978

    126. Hobson RW, Wright CB, Swan KG and Rich NM. Current status of venous injury and reconstruction

    in the lower extremity. In: Venous Problems Eds: JJ Bergan and JST Yao, Yearbook Publishers,

    Chicago, 1978

    127. Freedman AR, Kerr JC, Swan KG and Hobson RW. Primate mesenteric blood flow: effects of

    vasopressin and its route of delivery. Gastroenterology 74:875-878, 1978

    128. Kerr JC, Reynolds DG and Swan KG. Adrenergic stimulation and blockade in the mesenteric circulation of the baboon. Am J Physiol 234:457-462, 1978

    129. Hobson RW, Kerr JC, Lipp JA, ODonnell JA and Swan KG Comparison of impedance rheography,

    electromagnetic flowmetry, and distribution of radioactively tagged micro spheres in measurement

    of canine hindlimb blood flow. Clinical Research 26:4 (abstract), 1978.

    130. Hastings OM, Jain KM, Hobson RW and Swan KG. A prospective randomized study of three

    expanded polytetrafluoroethylene grafts as small arterial substitutes. Clinical Research 26:238

    (abstract), 1978

    131. Swan KG, Jain KM and Hastings OM. Bright red blood in chest tube: arterial or venous. Clinical

    Research 25:274 (abstract), 1978

    132. Hobson RW, Kerr JC, Swan KG, Kiernan T, Najem Z. Hemodynamic responses to infusions of

    vasopressin in normal and carbon tetrachloride (CC14) treated dogs. Clinical Research 25:320 (abstract), 1978

    133. Solla JA, Kerr JC and Swan KG. Effects of vasopressin on canine extremity blood flow. Clinical

    Research 26:558 (abstract), 1978

    134. Howard MM, Leevy CM, Rocko JM and Swan KG. Vasopressin and portal venous pressure in portal

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    hypertensive cirrhotic patients. Gastroenterology 74:1162 (abstract), 1978

    135. Hastings OM, Jain KM, Hobson RW and Swan KG. A prospective randomized study of three

    expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) grafts as small arterial substitutes. Annals of Surgery

    188:743-747, 1978

    136. Swan KG, Spees EK, Reynolds DG, Kerr JC, Zinner MJ. Microvascular architecture of anthropoid

    primate intestine. Circulatory Shock 5:375-382, 1978 137. Wright CB, Hobson RW, Swan KG and Rich NM. The pathophysiology of extremity venous

    occlusion. In: Venous Problems. Ed: J.J. Bergan & J.S.T. Yao Yearbook Publishers, Chicago,

    1978

    138. Swan KG, Jain KM and Kerr JC. Hemodynamic and pharmacologic considerations in extremity

    blood flow and grafting. Graft Materials in Vascular Surgery Ed: H. Dardik, Symposia

    Specialists, Miami, Florida, 1978

    139. Kerr JC, Polaner DA, Swan KG. Vasodilators in the superior mesenteric arterial circulation of

    subhuman primates. Clinical Research 27:179 (abstract), 1979

    140. Reynolds DG, Gurll NJ, Swan KG and Kerr JC. The clinical significance of gastrointestinal blood

    flow. Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology 1:353-359, 1979

    141. Kiernan TW, Hobson RW, Kerr JC and Swan KG. Intra-hepatic hemodynamic responses to

    vasopressin. Clinical Research 27:578 (abstract), 1979 142. Kerr JC and Swan KG: Effects of dopamine on the distribution of small intestinal blood flow in

    subhuman primates. Physiologist 22:68 (abstract), 1979

    143. Jain KM, Hastings OM, Saad SA and Swan KG. Clinical implications of blood gas analysis of chest

    tube drainage. Journal of Trauma 19:823-827, 1979

    144. Swan KG, Howard MM, Rocko JM, Rush BF, Timmes JJ and Leevy CM. Operative vasopressin and

    mesocaval shunting for portal hypertension. Surgery 87:46-51, 1980

    145. Swan KG, Rocko JM, Timmes JJ and Howard MM: Operative assessment of peritoneal-venous

    (LeVeen) shunt, catheter tip location. American Surgeon 46:171-173, 1980

    146. Swan KG and Swan RC. Some anatomical considerations relevant to the creation of selective

    splenorenal shunts. American Surgeon 46:298-300, 1980

    147. Tramer JO, Burkholder GV, Swan KG. Distal splenorenal (Warren) shunt following nephrectomy for renal cell carcinoma: A case report. American Surgeon 46:464-467, 1980

    148. Swan KG, Swan RC and Levine ML. Management of gunshot wounds. Contemporary Surgery

    17:11-33, 1980

    149. Grant WF and Swan KG. Gunshot wounds of the orbit. Journal of Trauma 20:809-811, 1980

    150. Kerr JC and Swan KG. Effects of adrenergic stimulation and blockade on subhuman primate colonic

    circulation. Am J Physiol 240:25-31, 1981

    151. Jain KM, Casey KF and Swan KG. Nobel prize winners in surgery (I): Kocher and Gullstrand.

    American Surgeon 47:195-200, 1981

    152. Swan KG, Howard MM, Rocko JM and Rush BF. Portal hypertension what is the best way to treat

    bleeding from esophageal varices? Surgical Companion to the Life Sciences, Vol II. Ed: S.B.

    Day, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 1981

    153. Swan KG and Rocko JM. Biomaterials in peripheral vascular surgery. Biomaterials 2:177-178, 1981 154. Rocko JM, Swan KG and DiGoia JM. Calots triangle revisited. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics

    153:410-414, 1981

    155. Swan KG and Jain KM. Nobel prize winners in surgery. Contemporary Surgery 19:93-109, 1981

    156. Tzeng S, Swan KG and Rush BF. Bullets: A source of infection? American Surgeon 48:239-240,

    1982

    157. Jain KM, Casey KF and Swan KG. Nobel prize winners in surgery (II): Carrel and Barany.

    American Surgeon 48:191-196, 1982

    158. Jain KM, Casey KF and Swan KG. Nobel prize winners in surgery (III): Banting and Hess.

    American Surgeon 48:287-292, 1982

    159. Jain KM, Casey KF and Swan KG. Nobel prize winners in surgery: (IV): Huggins and Forssmann.

    American Surgeon 48:495-500, 1982 160. Schweitzer EJ, Swan KG and Kerr JC. Clinical use of vasopressin in the management of bleeding

    esophageal varices. American Surgeon 48: 558-562, 1982

    161. Rocko JM, Tischler CD and Swan KG. Exsanguination in public a preventable death? J Trauma

    22:635, 1982

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    162. Swan KG. Physicians involvement in social issues, Newsletter of the Academy of Medicine of New

    Jersey. Winter, 1982

    163. Swan KG and Swan RC. Infections in gunshot wounds of the neck and thorax. Infections in Surgery

    1:33-41, 1982

    164. Rocko JM, Swan KG and Klein KM. Painful hemoperitoneum: Fact or fancy? Clinical Research

    30:38 (abstract), 1982 165. Swan KG and Swan RC. Gunshot wounds. In: Lewis Textbook of Surgery Ed: H. Goldsmith, WB

    Saunders, Philadelphia, PA, 1982

    166. Swan KG. Chest trauma In: Clinical Updates for Surgeons. Ed: KG Swan. Nassau Publications,

    Princeton, NJ, 1982

    167. Swan KG, Rypins EB and Littman A. Applications to the splanchnic circulation. In: Measurements

    of blood flow. Ed: A. Littman. Veterans Administration Medical Center, Hines, Illinois, 1982.

    168. Swan KG and Jain KM. Nobel prize winners in surgery (V): Summary. American Surgeon 48:555-

    557, 1983

    169. Machiedo GW, Jain KM , Swan KG, Petrocelli JC and Blackwood JM. Traumatic aorto-caval fistula.

    Journal of Trauma 23:243-247, 1983

    170. DiGioia JM, Rocko JM and Swan KG. Baron Larrey: Modern military surgeon. American Surgeon

    49:226-230, 1983 171. Swan KG, Swan RC, Levine MG and Rocko JM. The U.S. M-16 rifle vs. the Russian AK-47 rifle: A

    comparison of terminal ballistics. American Surgeon 49:472-476, 1983

    172. Hobson RW, Rich NM, Wright CB and Swan KG. Investigative aspects of venous reconstruction:

    Pathophysiology of venous occlusion. In: Venous Trauma: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and

    Surgical Management. Ed: RW Hobson, NM Rich and CB Wright. Futura Publications, Mt.

    Kisco, NY, 1983

    173. Warden MJ, Machiedo GW, Swan KG, Hobson RW and Rush BF. Management of penetrating

    vascular injuries to the extremities. In: Venous Trauma: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and Surgical

    Management. Ed: RW Hobson, NM Rich and CB Wright. Futura Publications, Mt. Kisco, NY,

    1983

    174. Hobson RW, Rich NM, Swan KG and Wright CB. Portal and superior mesenteric venous injuries: clinical and experimental correlations. In: Venous Trauma: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and

    Surgical Management. Ed: RW Hobson, NM Rich and CB Wright. Futura Publications, Mt.

    Kisco, NY, 1983

    175. Rocko JM and Swan KG. Vascular access surgery: external shunts, internal fistulae, the use of grafts

    for bridge fistulae. In: Advances in Vascular Grafting. Ed: CB Wright, RW Hobson, LF Hiratzka,

    TG Lynch. Wright-PSG, Littleton, MA, 1983

    176. Swan KG. Vascular injuries. In: Clinical Updates for Surgeons, Ed: KG Swan. Nassau Publications,

    Princeton, NJ, 1983

    177. Swan KG and Swan RC. Response to letter to the editor on the U.S. M-16 rifle vs. the Russian AK-

    47 rifle: A ballistic comparison. American Surgeon 50:516, 1984

    178. Yeager RA, Hobson RW, Lynch TG, Jamil Z, Padberg FT, Lee BC and Swan KG. Popliteal and

    infrapopliteal arterial injuries: Differential management and amputation rates. American Surgeon 50:155-158, 1984

    179. Rocko JM and Swan KG. Portal Hypertension. In: Gastrointestinal Surgery, Ed: D Fromm,

    Churchill Livingstone, New York, 1984

    180. Swan KG. The basics of ballistics. Emergency Medicine 16:26-61, 1984

    181. Swan RC, Swan KG and Rocko JM. Paradoxes related to the management of missile wounds of the

    thorax. New York State J of Medicine 84:540-542, 1984

    182. Swan KG and Swan RC. Mans best friend or man? The Physiologist 27:347-350, 1984

    183. Swan KG, Duncan JG, Spillert CR and Lazaro EJ. Colocutaneous fistula occurring 50 years

    following shotgun injury. Injury 16:200-201, 1984

    184. Curtin JW, Hunt TK, Madden JW and Swan KG. Wound management: The when and how of wound

    closure. Patient Care 18:89-101, 1984 185. Curtin JW, Hunt TK, Madden JW and Swan KG. Wound management: Starting a wound on the way

    to healing. Patient Care 18:101-126, 1984

    186. Curtin JW, Hunt TK, Madden JW and Swan KG. Wound management: Choosing the right wound

    dressing. Patient Care 18:127-142, 1984

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    187. Curtin JW, Hunt TK, Madden JW and Swan KG. Wound management: When wound healing

    problems arise. Patient Care 18:190-206, 1984

    188. Rocko JM, Tischler CD and Swan KG. Exsanguination in public. J Trauma 24:680 (abstract), 1984

    189. Swan KG and Swan RC. Wound ballistics for the civilian surgeon. Surgery Annual 17:163-187,

    1985

    190. McGovern PJ, Jain KM, Kerr JC, Swan KG and Rocko JM. Hemodynamics of an anastomotic arteriovenous fistula. American Journal of Surgery 149:368-370, 1985

    191. McGovern PJ and Swan KG. Management of bilateral internal jugular venous injuries. Injury

    16:259-260, 1985

    192. Rocko JM and Swan KG. The Eck-Pavlov connection. American Surgeon 51:641-644, 1985

    193. LoCurto JJ and Swan KG. Wound ballistics no longer optional for the civilian surgeon. Trauma

    Quarterly 2: Winter, 1985

    194. Swan KG and LoCurto JJ. Determining therapeutic priorities in patients with thoracic gunshot

    wounds. Emerg Med Reports 6:41-48, 1985

    195. Kerr JC, Jain KM, Swan KG and Rocko JM. Effects of vasopressin on cardiac output and its

    distribution in the subhuman primate. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2:443-449, 1985

    196. Rocko JM and Swan KG. Preoperative management of shock in the pregnant patient. In: Trauma

    and Pregnancy. Ed: CE Haycock. Wright-PSG, Littleton, Massachusetts, 1985 197. Griffin CC and Swan KG. Planning and development of the trauma service. In: Quick Reference to

    Surgical Emergencies. Ed: GW Shaftan and B. Gardner. JB Lippincott. Philadelphia, PA, 1986

    198. Barbalinardo RJ, Swan KG and LoCurto JJ. Partial vs. complete arterial transection: fact vs. fancy.

    Clinical Research 34:281 (abstract), 1986

    199. LoCurto JJ, Tischler CD, Swan KG, Rocko JM, Griffin CC, Blackwood JM and Lazaro EJ. Tube

    thoracostomy and trauma: Antibiotics or not? Journal of Trauma 26:1067-1072, 1986

    200. Rocko JM, Howard MM and Swan KG. Surgical management of bleeding esophageal varices:

    Results of 80 cases. American Surgeon 52:81-86, 1986

    201. Swan KG, Reiner DS and Blackwood JM. Missile injuries: Wound ballistics and principles of

    management. Military Medicine 152:29-34, 1987

    202. Schweitzer ES, Hauer JM, Swan KG, Bresch JR, Harmon JW and Graeber GM. Use of the Heimlich valve in a compact autotransfusion device. Journal of Trauma 27:537-542, 1987

    203. Coleman RJ, Blackwood JM and Swan KG. Role of antibiotic prophylaxis in surgery for non-

    perforated appendicitis. American Surgeon 53:584-586, 1987

    204. Swan KG. Which chest trauma requires antibiotics? Emergency Medicine 19:92-96, 1987

    205. Swan KG and Rocko JM. Venous and lymphatic abnormalities of the limbs. In: Physiological Basis

    of Modern Surgical Care. Ed: TA Miller and BJ Rowlands. CV Mosby, St. Louis, Missouri,

    1987

    206. Lindenthal J and Swan KG. Trauma and suicide. Journal of Trauma 27: -- (abstract), 1987

    207. Tikellis JI, Swan KG and Blackwood JM. Surgical prophylaxis for pulmonary embolism. Clinical

    Research 36:27 (abstract), 1988

    208. Reiner DS, Pastena JA and Swan KG. Trauma recidivism. Clinical Research 36:102 (abstract), 1988

    209. Swan SA, Lindenthal JJ and Swan KG. Suicidal ideation among trauma patients. Clinical Research 36:15 (abstract), 1988

    210. Barbalinardo RJ, Swan KG, Suval W and LoCurto JJ. Partial vs. complete arterial transection: fact

    vs. fancy? American Surgeon 54:676-680, 1988

    211. Swan KG, Flanagan JJ and Rocko JM. Mesocaval shunts. In: Treatment of Esophageal Varices, Ed:

    Y. Idezuki. Exerpta Medica International Congress Series 794:257-270, 1988

    212. Swan KG, Flanagan JJ and Rosa, DM. Experimental and clinical effects of vasopressin. In:

    Treatmant of Esophageal Varices. Ed. Y. Idezuki. Exerpta Medica International Congress Series

    794: 303-314, 1988

    213. Swan KG, Flanagan JJ and Howard MM. Bleeding esophageal varices. In: Diseases of the Liver Ed:

    CM Leevy. Lea & Febinger, Philadelphia, 1988

    214. Swan KG, Milazzo VJ and Manno J. Hemodynamics of arteriovenous fistulae. In: Hemoaccess Surgery. Ed: FT Padberg. Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia, 1988

    215. Tischler CD, Swan KG and Norton LW. Trauma. In: Outpatient Surgery. Third Edition. Ed: GJ

    Hill. WB Saunders, Philadelphia, 1988

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    216. Ferraro FJ, Spillert CR, Swan KG and Lazaro EJ. Cold induced hyypercoagulability in vitro: A

    trauma connection? Proceedings, 57th Assembly, Southeastern Surgical Congress (abstract), 1989

    217. Swan KG, Swan SA and Lindenthal JJ. Depression and suicide among trauma patients. Proceedings,

    57th Assembly, Southeastern Surgical Congress (abstract), 1989

    218. Leach TA and Swan KG. Surgical prophylaxis for pulmonary embolism. Proceedings, 57th

    Assembly, Southeastern Surgical Congress (abstract), 1989 219. Anderson RJ, Hobson RW, Padberg FT, Lee BC, Swan KG, Jamil Z, Breitbart G and Manno J.

    Penetrating extremity trauma: Identification of high risk patients requiring arteriography.

    Proceedings, Third Annual Eastern Vascular Society (abstract), 1989

    220. Padberg FT, Hobson RW, Lee BC, Anderson R, Manno J, Breitbart G, Jamil Z and Swan KG.

    Evolution of treatment for pseudo aneurysm from drugs of abuse. Proceedings, Third Annual

    Eastern Vascular Society (abstract), 1989

    221. Merlin M, Swan SA and Swan KG. Leukocytosis in trauma patients. Clinical Research 37:3

    (abstract), 1989

    222. Leach TA, Blackwood JM and Swan KG. Surgical prophylaxis for pulmonary embolism. Eastern

    Association for the Surgery of Trauma, Third Annual Scientific Assembly (abstract), 1990

    223. Reiner DS, Pastena JA and Swan KG. Trauma recidivism. American Surgeon 56:556-560, 1990

    224. Powell RJ, Redan JA and Swan KG. The hilar snare, an improved technique for securing rapid vascular control of the pulmonary hilum. Journal of Trauma 30:208-210, 1990

    225. Odom JW, Jarl RW, Boyd CR and Swan KG. The first flying ambulance. Journal of Air Medical

    Transport 1:11-13, 1990

    226. McCormac M, Swan SA and Swan KG. The white blood cell count in trauma. Proceedings, 58th

    Assembly, Southeastern Surgical Congress (abstract), 1990

    227. Anderson RJ, Hobson RW, Padberg FT, Swan KG, Lee BC, Jamil Z, Breitbart G and Manno J.

    Penetrating extremity trauma: Identification of high risk patients requiring arteriography. Journal

    of Vascular Surgery 11:544-548, 1990

    228. Anderson RJ, Hobson RWII, Lee BC, Manno J, Swan KG, Padberg FT, Jamil Z, Cambria RA and

    Breitbart G. Reduced dependency on arteriography for penetrating extremity trauma: Influence of

    wound location and non-invasive vascular studies. Journal of Trauma 30:1059-1063, 1990 229. Swan KG and Swan RC. Gunshot wound ballistics. Postgraduate General Surgery 2:197-203, 1990

    230. Ferraro FJ, Livingston DH, Odom JW, Swan KG and Rush BF, Jr. Management of gunshot wounds

    to the buttocks: Is sigmoidoscopy necessary? 59th Assembly Southwestern Surgical Congress

    (abstract), 1991

    231. Swan KG, DiGiacomo JC, Odom JW and Salant M. Resuscitative thoracotomy and combat casualty

    care. Military Medicine 8:406-408, 1991

    232. Swan KG and Swan RC. Principles of ballistics applicable to the treatment of gunshot wounds.

    Surgical Clinics of North America 71:221-239, 1991

    233. Swan KG. Surgery and the Nobel Prize. Surgery 109:805-806, 1991

    234. Swan KG and Odom JW. The emergency medicine specialist in combat triage: A new untapped

    resource. Military Medicine 156:A7, 1991

    235. DiGiacomo JC, Odom JW, Ritota PC and Swan KG. Cost containment in the operating room: Use of reusable versus disposable clothing. Clinical Research 39:410 (abstract), 1991

    236. Billings JB, Zimmerman MC, Aurori B, Parsons JR and Swan KG. Gunshot wounds to the

    extremities. Orthopaedic Review 20:519-524, 1991

    237. Pesso RS, Pizzo LJ, DAnton M and Swan KG. Myringotomy and ventilation tubes: long-term

    effects on hearing and tympanic membrane morphology. Clinical Research 39: 699 (abstract),

    1991

    238. Ferraro FJ and Swan KG. Cold induced hypercoagulability in vitro: A trauma connection?

    American Surgeon 58:355-357, 1991

    239. Simonian GT, Dardik H, Hallac D, Ibrahim I and Swan KG. Pharmacologic amelioration of

    splanchnic arterial occlusion shock using hydroxyethylstarch. Clinical Research 39:800

    (abstract), 1991 240. Swan KG. From Vietnam to the Gulf:Reflections of a citizen soldier. Cornell University Medical

    College Alumni Quarterly 51:9-14, 1991

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    241. Gestring ML, Lombardo JM, Atkin SH, Jaker MA and Swan KG. Seroprevalence of human

    immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection among trauma patients in Newark, New Jersey, at a level

    I trauma center. Clinical Research 39:861 (abstract), 1991

    242. DeGiacomo JC, Odom JW, Ritota PC and Swan KG. Cost containment in the operating room: use of

    reusable versus disposable clothing. American Surgeon 58:654-656, 1992

    243. Anderson RJ, Manno J and Swan KG. Simultaneous splenorenal shunt and repair of an abdominal aortic aneurysm. J Cardiovascular Surgery 33:178-180, 1992

    244. Ahearn AM, Dunlap ET and Swan KG. Where have all the captains gone? A comparison of active

    and reserve medical corps ranks and ages, Vietnam and Desert Storm. Military Medicine

    157:507-510, 1992

    245. Padberg FT, Hobson RW, Lee BC, Anderson RJ, Manno J, Breitbart G and Swan KG. Femoral

    pseudoaneurysm from drugs of abuse: Ligation or reconstruction. J Vascular Surgery 15: 642-

    648, 1992

    246. Swan KG. Heaton Lecture Combat Casualty Care. Journal of the US Army Medical Department

    9/10: 4 -10, 1992

    247. Swan KG. The 15-second decision. Guideposts 11:10-13, 1992

    248. Swan KG. Flawed scalpel. Military Medicine 157: A8, 1992

    249. Escalera GA and Swan KG. Progressive wound closure with constant tension traction: Combat theatre application. Military Medicine 158:60-63, 1993

    250. Leach TA, Pastena JA, Swan KG, Tikellis JI, Blackwood JM and Odom JW. Surgical prophylaxis

    for pulmonary embolism. Clinical Research 41:384 (abstract), 1993

    251. Swan KG. Operation Desert Storm full army medical capabilities not achieved. Lifetime Medical

    Television, 1993

    252. Swan KG. 100 Shunts for bleeding esophageal varices (BEV): A personal experience. Clinical

    Research 41:361 (abstract), 1993

    253. DiGiacomo JC, Odom JW, Ritota PC and Swan KG. Cost containment in the operating room: Use of

    reusable versus disposable clothing. In: Yearbook of Surgery. Mosby Yearbook, Chicago,

    1993

    254. Swan KG. Gunshot wounds. Emergency Handbook issue of Patient Care 27, 1993 255. Ferraro FJ, Livingston DH, Odom JW, Swan KG, McCormac M and Rush BF, Jr. The role of

    sigmoidoscopy in the management of gunshot wounds to the buttocks. American Surgeon 59:350-

    352, 1993

    256. Padberg FT, Rubelowsky JJ, Hernandez-Maldonado JJ, Milazzo V, Swan KG, Lee BC and Hobson

    RW. Infrapopliteal arterial injury: Prompt revascularization affords optimal limb salvage. J

    Vascular Surgery, 16:877-886, 1994

    257. Leach TA, Pastena JA, Swan KG, Tikellis JI, Blackwood JM and Odom JW. Surgical prophylaxis

    for pulmonary embolism. American Surgeon 60:292-295, 1994

    258. Swan KG. Gunshot wounds: types and treatments. The Gold Cross, Summer Issue: 22:27, 1994

    259. Swan KG and Swan KG Jr. Decelerational thoracic injury. Clinical Research 42:430 (abstract), 1994

    260. Swan KG. Nobel Prize winners in surgery: A continuing discussion. Surgery 116:117, 1994

    261. Swan KG. Looking to the future. Presidential Address, Society of Medical Consultants to the Armed Forces. Military Medicine 159:419-420, 1994

    262. Swan KG. The Network for Continuing Medical Education. Management of Gunshot Wounds.

    Videocassette #683. Aired, 1995

    263. Jara DI and Swan KG. Gunshot wounds: Caliber is increasing. Journal of Investigative Medicine

    43:475 (abstract), 1995

    264. Swan KG and Swan KG Jr. Triage: the past revisited. Military Medicine, 8:448-452, 1996

    265. Tortella BJ, Swan KG, Donahoo JS, Tischler C, Marangu JA, Orjiako AB, Sharples C, Swan BC and

    Hill DW. Trauma life support education: A didactic and caprine laboratory course for Nigerian

    physicians. Injury 27:329-331, 1996

    266. Caruso RP, Jara DI and Swan KG. Gunshot wounds: Bullet caliber is increasing. Journal of

    Investigative Medicine 44: 413 (abstract), 1996 267. Shelton RY, Velthius PB, OBrien M, Staton IM, Swan KG and Leitch L. Physician Recruitment and

    Retention in the Army Selected Reserve. Department of Defense publication # 6LH-9016, 1996

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    268. Teehan EP, Padberg FT, Thompson PN, Lee BC, Silva MB, Swan KG and Hobson RW. Carotid

    arterial trauma: assessment with the Glascow Coma Scale (GCS) as a guide to surgical

    management. Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 5:196-200, 1997

    269. Sun S, Kahn D and Swan KG. Lowering the blood alcohol level for motorcyclists. Journal of

    Investigative Medicine 45:25 (abstract), 1997

    270. Pappas PJ, Haser PB, Teehan EP, Swan KG, Noel AA, Silva MB, Jamil Z, Padberg FT and Hobson RW. Outcome of complex venous reconstructions in trauma patients. Journal of Vascular

    Surgery 25:398-404, 1997

    271. Abolhoda AM, Yelcick JM and Swan KG. Pancreatoduodenectom for giant benign villous adenoma

    of the ampulla of Vater. The American Surgeon 63:392-394, 1997

    272. Quirke TE, Ritota PC and Swan KG. Inferior vena caval filter use in US trauma centers: A

    practitioner survey. Journal of Trauma, 43:333-337, 1997

    273. Lajewski WM, Liman JP, Swan KG and Staton SM. Dont know, dont care: Medical students

    attitudes toward medical career opportunities and medical educational cost reimbursement.

    Military Medicine 162:812-816, 1997

    274. Swan KG and Swan KG Jr. Triage. Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support, 4th Edition, Mosby-

    Elsevier, St. Louis, 1998

    275. Behrens FF, Swan KG and Swan KG Jr. Injury and repair. In: Oxford Textbook of Orthopaedics and Trauma. Ed: FF Behrens, Oxford University Press, Oxford, England, 1998

    276. Sun SW, Kahn DM and Swan KG. Lowering the legal blood alcohol level for motorcyclists.

    Accident Analysis and Prevention 30:133-136, 1998

    277. Tarlowe M and Swan KG. The death of General Albert Sidney Johnston. Bulletin of the American

    College of Surgeons 83:15-23, 1998

    278. Swan KG Jr., Swan BC and Swan KG. Decelerational thoracic injury. Journal of Investigative

    Medicine 46:16A, (abstract), 1998

    279. Caruso RP, Jara D and Swan KG. Gunshot wounds: Bullet caliber is increasing. Journal of Trauma

    46:462-465, 1999

    280. Zickler R, Barbagiovanni JT and Swan KG. A simplified technique for open gastrostomy. Journal of

    Investigative Medicine, 44: 94a (abstract), 1999 281. Michalski MP, Ritota P and Swan KG. Giant duodenal diverticulum: Presentation by blunt trauma.

    Journal of Trauma 46:1130-1132, 1999

    282. Beck JD and Swan KG. James Bolton, M.D. (1812 1869). American Surgeon 179:324 -329, 1999

    283. Anderson ER, Fowler J, Swan KG, Liman JP and Lajewski WM. Dont know, dont care III.

    Military Medicine 164:758-763, 1999

    284. Kauffman CP, Bono CM, Vessa PP and Swan KG. Post-operative synergistic gangrene following

    spinal fusion. Spine 25:1729-1732, 2000

    285. Liman JP and Swan KG. Dont know, dont care II: A four year look at medical students attitudes

    toward military medicine. Academic Medicine 75:404, 2000

    286. Swan KG and Swan KG Jr. Ballistics of gunshot injuries. Trauma Handbook, Ed: D Demetriades and

    JA Asensio. Landes Bioscience, Georgetown, Texas, 2000

    287. Swan KG. Lessons from the past. Strictly Speaking 56:18-21, 2000 288. Abu-Judeh H, Bahramipour P and Swan KG. Mesocaval shunt: Patency after 22 years, a case report.

    Vascular Surgery 35:329-332, 2001

    289. Swan Jr. KG, Swan BC and Swan KG. Decelerational thoracic injury. Journal of Trauma, Injury,

    Infection and Critical Care. 51:970-974, 2001

    290. Zickler RW, Barbagiovanni J and Swan KG. A simplified open gastrostomy under local anesthesia.

    The American Surgeon 67:806-808, 2001

    291. Duperier F, Mosenthal AC and Swan KG. Acute complications associated with Greenfield filter

    insertion in high risk trauma patients. Journal of Investigative Medicine 50:175A (abstract), 2002

    292. Bach JR, Swan KG, Kagandjian MS and Gulgas A. Swallowing and gastrointestinal concerns. In:

    Management of Neuromuscular Disease. Ed: J Bach. Handley and Belfus, Philadelphia, PA, 2002

    293. Duperier F, Mosenthal AC, Swan KG and Kaul S. Acute complications associated with Greenfield filter insertion in high risk trauma patients. Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection and Critical Care

    54:545-549, 2003

    294. Caruso RP, Adibe OO and Swan KG. Gunshot wounds: Caliber is increasing. Journal of

    Investigative Medicine 52:1 (abstract), 2004

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    295. Gurey LE, Swan KG Jr. and Swan KG. James Hogarth Pringle. Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection

    and Critical Care 58:201-205, 2004

    296. Pusca SV, Adams JM and Swan KG. Massive subcutaneous emphysema after removal of

    tracheostomy cannula. Injury 25:70-71, 2004

    297. Adibe OO, Caruso R and Swan KG. Gunshot wounds: Caliber is increasing, 1998 2003. The

    American Surgeon 70: 322-325, 2004 298. Fox NM and Swan KG. Sidney Ringer: There is more to Ringer than lactate. Journal of Trauma,

    Injury, Infection and Critical Care 59:778 - 780, 2005

    299. Swan KG. Notebook address. Weill Cornell Medicine 39:Fall, 2005

    300. Nosker GS and Swan KG. Sir Ivan Magill: Not just forceps. Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection and

    Critical Care 62: 1056 -1059, 2007

    301. Schwechter EM and Swan KG. Raull Hoffmann and the external fixator. Journal of Bone and Joint

    Surgery (A) 89: 672 678, 2007

    302. Swan KG. High velocity missile injury management. Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection and

    Critical Care 63: 248 - 249, 2007 (Letter)

    303. Swan KG. A surgeons role in bioterrorism. In: Current Therapy of Trauma and Surgical Critical

    Care, Ed: J Asensio and D. Trunkey. WB Saunders, Philadelphia, PA., 2008

    304. Heinrich GF, Bale AG and Swan KG. Dont know, dont care: Revisited. Military Medicine 173: 300 304, 2008

    305. Wright DS, Barbagiovanni SS, Swan KG Jr., Swan BC and Swan KG. Tourniquets revisited: What

    you really need to know. Journal of Investigative Medicine 56: 814-815 (abstract), 2008

    306. Monaghan SF and Swan KG. Tube thoracostomy: The struggle to the standard of care. Annals of

    Thoracic Surgery 86: 2019-2022, 2008

    307. Swan KG Jr., Wright DS, Barbagiovanni SS, Swan BC and Swan KG. Tourniquets revisited. Journal

    of Trauma, Injury, Infection and Critical Care 66: 672-675, 2009

    308. Sharma A and Swan KG. Franz Weitlaner: The great spreader of surgery. Journal of Trauma, Injury,

    Infection and Critical Care 67: 1431-1434, 2009

    309. Munoz J and Swan KG. Disorders of sexual differentiation: Surgical challenges of vaginal

    reconstruction in complete androgen insensitivity syndrome. The American Surgeon 76: 188 192, 2010

    310. Sharma A, Bach JR and Swan KG. Open gastrostomy under local anesthesia for patients with

    neuromuscular disorders. The American Surgeon 76: 369 - 371, 2010

    311. Morin RJ, Swan KG and Tan V. Acute forearm compartment syndrome secondary to local arterial

    injury after penetrating trauma. Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection and Critical Care 66: 989

    993, 2009

    312. Ende N, Coakley KM and Swan KG. Emergency use human of cord blood. In:Regenerative

    Medicine Using Pregnancy- Specific Biological Substances. Ed. N Bhattacharya, Springer

    Verlag, London Limited. Chapter 9, 85-90, 2011

    313. Bach JR, Gonzalez M, Sharma A, Swan KG and Patel A. Open gastrostomy for noninvasive

    ventilation with neuromuscular disease. American Journal of Physical Medicine and

    Rehabilitation 89: 1 - 6, 2010 314. Sharma A and Swan KG. Branhams bradycardic reaction. Annals of Vascular Surgery 24: 295-

    298, 2010

    315. Bale A, Coutinho K, Swan KG and Heinrich GF. Increasing educational indebtedness influences

    medical students to pursue specialization. ACS Poster, Chicago, 2009

    316. Kaicher DC and Swan KG. A cut above: Circumcision as an ancient status symbol. Urology 76: 18-

    20, 2010

    317. Johnson RS, Sippo DA and Swan KG. The flexible chainsaw during the American Civil War.

    Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection and Critical Care 69: 455-458, 2010

    318. Tashiro J, Vietrogoski RA and Swan KG. Abraham Levin: Demystifying the duodenum. Journal of

    Trauma, Injury, Infection and Critical Care 69: 1583-1587, 2010

    319. Kelleher M, Kelleher D and Swan KG. George Ryerson Fowler: Brooklyns surgical pioneer. Annals of Surgery 253: 1230-1232, 2011

    320. Sharma A, Schwartz RA and Swan KG. Marjolins warty ulcer. Journal of Surgical Oncology 103:

    193-195, 2011

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    321. Sekar T and Swan KG. A beeline through Sir Peter Kerleys life. American Journal of

    Roentgenology 196: 375-379, 2011

    322. Appio MR and Swan KG. Edgar Van Nuys Allen: The test was only the beginning. Annals of

    Vascular Surgery 25: 294 -298, 2011

    323. Kragh JF, Swan KG, Smith DC, Mabry RL and Blackbourne LH. Historical review of emergency

    tourniquet use to stop bleeding. American Journal of Surgery 203: 242 252, 2012 324. Swan KG, Swan KG Jr. and Ahearn AM. Tourniquets, pressure points and extremity hemorrhage.

    Military Medicine 177: 6 -7, 2012

    325. Swan KG. Prehospital care of biological agent-induced injuries. In: Current Therapy of Trauma and

    Surgical Critical Care. Ed. J Asensio and D Trunkey. Elsevier, Philadelphia, 2012

    326. Starr AM, Swan KG Jr and Swan KG. Isolated anterior compartment syndrome after a bimalleolar-

    equivalent ankle fracture in a college football player. Sports Health 3:560-563, 2011

    327. Belilos E, Oleske JM, Medow NM, Sadovsky R, Campese C, Bello JA and KG Swan. The Greater

    Metropolitan Alumni Council (GMMAC): The realization of a need. Journal of Investigative

    Medicine. In Press, 2012

    328. Bale AG, Coutinho K, Swan KG and GF Heinrich. Increasing educational indebtedness influences

    medical students to pursue specialization: Military recruitment potential? Military Medicine. In

    Press, 2012

    Authored:

    1. Swan KG. The Cardiovascular System: Disease, Diagnosis and Treatment RJ Brady Company, Washington, DC, 1973

    2. Swan KG, Haycock CE and Levine ME. Gunshot Wounds, Volume I Wound Ballistics, (Slide Collection). College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, 1979

    3. Swan KG and Levine ME. Gunshot Wounds, Volume II Clinical Cases (Slide Collection). College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, 1979

    4. Swan KG and Swan RC. Gunshot Wounds: Pathophysiology and Management, PSG Publishing Company, Littleton, Massachusetts, 1980

    5. Swan KG and Swan RC. Gunshot Wounds: Pathophysiology and Management, 2nd Edition. Yearbook Medical Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, 1989

    Edited:

    1. The Splanchnic Circulation in Shock. Edited by DG Reynolds and KG Swan. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1974

    2. Venous Surgery in the Lower Extremities. Edited by KG Swan, Warren H. Green, Inc., St. Louis,

    Missouri, 1975

    3. Measurement of Blood Flow Application to the Splanchnic Circulation Edited by KG Swan, EB Rypins and A Littman. Veterans Administration Center, Hines, Illinois, 1982

    4. Chest Trauma. Edited by KG Swan. Nassau Publications, Princeton, New Jersey, 1982

    5. Trauma Management-Historical Perspectives. Edited by KG Swan. Nassau Publications, Princeton, New Jersey, 1982

    Presentations: 1 - 584 (30 pages), 1964 2012, not included but can be provided

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1 CURRICULUM VITAE 14 November 2012 NAME: KENNETH G. SWAN, M.D. FAMILY: Married: Betsy Ann Capwell, 1965 Daughters: Stephanie Alden, b., 1968 Deborah Ruth, b., 1972 Son: Kenneth G., Jr., b. 1971 EDUCATION: Harvard University B.A. 1952-1956 (Cum laude) Cornell University M.D. 1956-1960 The New York Hospital- Internship 1960-1961 Cornell Medical Center (Surgery) The New York Hospital- Asst. Residency 1961-1965 Cornell Medical Center (Surgery) University of California Fellowship 1965-1966 Los Angeles (Physiology) The New York Hospital- Residency 1966-1968 Cornell Medical Center (General and Thoracic Surgery) BOARD CERTIFICATION: Diplomat, The American Board of Surgery, October 1969 Diplomat, The Board of Thoracic Surgery, April 1970 MILITARY SERVICE: Active Duty: July, 1968, Captain, US Army Medical Corps Vietnam: August, 1968 August, 1969; Bronze Star, Bronze Star 1 st Oak Leaf Cluster, Air Medal, Combat Medical Badge September November, 1970 Vietnamese Airborne Wings January March, 1975 (AID) Persian Gulf: January May 1991, Bronze Star, 2 nd Oak Leaf Cluster Retired: October 1998: Legion of Merit MILITARY EDUCATION: U.S. Army Medical Field Service School, Fort Sam Houston, Texas 1968 U.S. Army Airborne Training School, Fort Benning, Georgia 1969 Vietnamese Airborne Training School, Saigon, Republic of Vietnam 1970 U.S. Army Special Forces Military Free Fall School HALO (High Altitude Low Opening) Fort Bragg, North Carolina (Honor Graduate) 1971 U.S. Army Special Forces Operations Course, Fort Bragg, NC 1975 U.S. Army Command & General Staff College, Phase I, Westfield, NJ, September 1976 April 1977 Phase II, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, July August 1977
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