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Institution

Stollery Children’s Hospital

City

Edmonton

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Atsushi Kawaguchi

Dr. Atsushi Kawaguchi is a pediatric critical care specialist at Stollery Children’s Hospital.

Dr. Atsushi Kawaguchi is a pediatric critical care specialist, graduated Osaka University,Graduate School of Medicine (Japan) and subsequently received clinical training in general Pediatrics and Pediatric Critical Care Medicine in Japan and Stollery (Edmonton). His primary research focus has been on health-care system assessment in pediatric population, analysis of causes of mortality, and acute respiratory care in critical care field. He is also interested in novel ventilatory management strategy such as high flow nasal therapy or neurally assisted ventilatory assist, and has published several relevant peer review papers. One of his recent projects was selected as a top cited articles in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine in 2017. He has received multiple research awards including The Garner King Award for the best clinical or quality improvement study from the Canadian Critical Care Society (2015) and the Graduate Studentship Award from Women’s and Children’s Health Research Institute (2015-17).