|Rating(1-10)||Knowledgeability = 10||Clarity of Response = 10||Politeness = 10|
|Comment||I have been to see a Doctor since posting this comment and they said the same as above, thank you for your answer and good luck to anyone who has had a similar or the same experience as me, I'm much better now, my legs are stronger and I am sleeping a little better, I still shake but it's down to tiredness and pushing myself to do more. Apparently it takes 5 days for everyday you were in a coma for your body and mental state to return to normal. Thankyou for your response to my post.|
My name is Dr. Cipriano. I am able to answer questions regarding critical care issues including the cardiac system, pulmonary system, gastrointestinal system, gallbladder, small bowel obstructions, crohn's disease, diverticulitis, general abdominal surgery, ventilator management, ARDS, dehydration, heart failure, kidney failure, shock. pneumona, surgical complications, disease process.
I am a Hospitalist at a local hospital and in the emergency department. I am on the Medical Staff. I round, admit, discharge, consult and assist with surgeries in the OR. I manage patients in the ICU and Med/Surg floors.
Society of Hospital Medicine American College of Nurse Practitioners Connecticut Advance Practice Nurse Society
Maryville University 2014-2016 Doctor of Nursing Practice University of Connecticut 2007-2011 MSN, Acute Care Track Nurse Practitioner. Board Certified September 2011 Central Connecticut State University 2002-2006 BA Psychology St. Mary's Hospital School of Nursing 1991-1993 Diploma Nursing Registered Nurse
Awards and Honors
Golden Key Honor Society; Merit Award Recipient; Scholarship Recipient
Trained at Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT - Open Heart Cardiac Intensive Care Post Anesthesia Care Unit & Radiology Internship Interned at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Texas Trained at St. Mary's Hospital, Waterbury, CT - emergency Department & Hospitalist Program