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Bradley J. Hindman, M.D.

Professor


Contact Information
Job Description: Vice-Chair, Faculty Development
Education
Medical School
  • Oregon Health Sciences University
Residency
  • Providence Medical Center
  • Beth Israel Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Research Interests
  • Perioperative central nervous system injury (prevention & treatment)
  • Cervical spine biomechanics during endotracheal intubation
Awards
  • Resident Teacher of the Year: 1991, 1997, 2005, 2012, 2014
  • Student Nurse Anesthetist Physician Instructor of the Year: 2005
  • Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award (Carver College of Medicine): 2005
  • UIHC Above & Beyond Award: 2004, 2005, 2006
  • Best Doctors® in America: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
  • Resident Excellence in Education Award: 2007, 2008
Appointments
  • Beth Israel Hospital, Harvard Medical School 1986-88
  • The University of Iowa College of Medicine 1988-present
Additional

 

Publications
  1. Dexter F, Ledolter J, Hindman BJ: Bernoulli Cumulative Sum (CUSUM) Control Charts for Monitoring of Anesthesiologists' Performance in Supervising Anesthesia Residents and Nurse Anesthetists. Anesth Analg 2014 Aug; 119(3):679-85


  2. Dexter F, Ledolter J, Smith TC, Griffiths D, Hindman BJ: Influence of provider type (nurse anesthetist or resident physician), staff assignments, and other covariates on daily evaluations of anesthesiologists' quality of supervision. Anesth Analg 2014 Jul; 119(3):670-8


  3. Todd MM, Hindman BJ, King BJ: The implementation of quantitative electromyographic neuromuscular monitoring in an academic anesthesia department. Anesth Analg 2014 Jun; 119(2):323-31


  4. Hindman BJ, Santoni BG, Puttlitz CM, From RP, Todd MM: Intubation biomechanics: laryngoscope force and cervical spine motion during intubation with Macintosh and Airtraq laryngoscopes. Anesthesiology 2014 Apr; 121(2):260-71


  5. Raw RM, Todd MM, Hindman BJ, Mueller R: The Overpowered Mega-study Is a New Class of Study Needing a New Way of Being Reviewed. Anesthesiology 2014 Jan; 120(1):245-6


  6. Hindman BJ, Dexter F: Anesthesia scholarship, research, and publication. Anesth Analg 2013 Dec; 118(1):15-7


  7. Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Todd MM: Research, education, and nonclinical service productivity of new junior anesthesia faculty during a 2-year faculty development program. Anesth Analg 2013 Jun; 117(1):194-204


  8. Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Kreiter CD, Wachtel RE: Determinants, associations, and psychometric properties of resident assessments of anesthesiologist operating room supervision. Anesth Analg 2013 Apr; 116(6):1342-51


  9. Bayman EO, Chaloner KM, Hindman BJ, Todd MM: Bayesian methods to determine performance differences and to quantify variability among centers in multi-center trials: the IHAST trial. BMC Med Res Methodol 2013 Jan; 13:5


  10. Bayman EO, Chaloner K, Hindman BJ, Todd MM: No Large Differences Among Centers in a Multi-Center Neurosurgical Clinical Trial Society for Clinical Trials


  11. Hindman BJ, Palecek JP, Posner KL, Traynelis VC, Lee LA, Sawin PD, Tredway TL, Todd MM, Domino KB: Cervical spinal cord, root, and bony spine injuries: a closed claims analysis. Anesthesiology 2011 Feb; 114(4):782-95


  12. Hindman B, Posner KL, Todd MM, Lee LA, Domino KB: Cervical cord, root, and spine injury: A closed claims analysis. American Society of Anesthesiologists 2010


  13. Nguyen HP, Zaroff JG, Bayman EO, Gelb AW, Todd MM, Hindman BJ: Perioperative hypothermia (33 degrees C) does not increase the occurrence of cardiovascular events in patients undergoing cerebral aneurysm surgery: findings from the Intraoperative Hypothermia for Aneurysm Surgery Trial. Anesthesiology 2010 Jun; 113(2):327-42


  14. Hindman BJ, Bayman EO, Pfisterer WK, Torner JC, Todd MM: No association between intraoperative hypothermia or supplemental protective drug and neurologic outcomes in patients undergoing temporary clipping during cerebral aneurysm surgery: findings from the Intraoperative Hypothermia for Aneurysm Surgery Trial. Anesthesiology 2009 Dec; 112(1):86-101


  15. Todd MM, Hindman BJ, Clarke WR, Torner JC, Weeks JB, Bayman EO, Shi Q, Spofford CM: Perioperative fever and outcome in surgical patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. Neurosurgery 2009 May; 64(5):897-908; discussion 908


  16. Coghlan LA, Hindman BJ, Bayman EO, Banki NM, Gelb AW, Todd MM, Zaroff JG: Independent Associations Between Electrocardiographic Abnormalities and Outcomes in Patients With Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. Findings From the Intraoperative Hypothermia Aneurysm Surgery Trial. Stroke. 2009 Feb;40(2):412-8. Epub 2008 Dec 18.


  17. Santoni BG, Hindman BJ, Puttlitz CM, Weeks JB, Johnson N, Maktabi MA, Todd MM: Manual In-line Stabilization Increases Pressures Applied by the Laryngoscope Blade during Direct Laryngoscopy and Orotracheal Intubation. Anesthesiology 2009 Jan; 110(1):24-31


  18. Pasternak JJ, McGregor DG, Schroeder DR, Lanier WL, Shi Q, Hindman BJ, Clarke WR, Torner JC, Weeks JB, Todd MM: Hyperglycemia in patients undergoing cerebral aneurysm surgery: its association with long-term gross neurologic and neuropsychological function. Mayo Clin Proc 2008 Apr; 83(4):406-417


  19. McGregor DG, Lanier WL, Pasternak JJ, Rusy DA, Hogan K, Samra S, Hindman B, Todd MM, Schroeder DR, Bayman EO, Clarke W, Torner J, Weeks J: Effect of nitrous oxide on neurologic and neuropsychological function after intracranial aneurysm surgery. Anesthesiology 2008 Mar; 108(4):568-79


  20. LeGrand SA, Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Weeks JB, Todd MM: Craniocervical motion during direct laryngoscopy and orotracheal intubation with the Macintosh and Miller blades: an in vivo cinefluoroscopic study. Anesthesiology 2007 Nov; 107(6):884-91


  21. Hata JS, Shelsky CR, Hindman BJ, Smith TC, Simmons JS, Todd MM: A prospective, observational clinical trial of fever reduction to reduce systemic oxygen consumption in the setting of acute brain injury. Neurocrit Care 2007 Nov; 9(1):37-44


  22. LeGrand SA, Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Moss LG, Todd MM: Reliability of a telephone-based Glasgow Outcome Scale assessment using a structured interview in a heterogenous population of patients and examiners. J Neurotrauma 2007 Sep; 24(9):1437-46


  23. Leira EC, Davis PH, Martin CO, Torner JC, Yoo B, Weeks JB, Hindman BJ, Todd MM: Improving prediction of outcome in "good grade" subarachnoid hemorrhage. Neurosurgery 2007 Sep; 61(3):470-3; discussion 473-4


  24. Palecek J, Hindman B, Todd MM: Cervical spinal cord injury in anesthesia practice-An ASA closed claims anaylsis (a pilot study). Midwest Anesthesia Residents Conference 2007


  25. Anderson SW, Todd MM, Hindman BJ, Clarke WR, Torner JC, Tranel D, Yoo B, Weeks J, Manzel KW, Samra S: Effects of intraoperative hypothermia on neuropsychological outcomes after intracranial aneurysm surgery. Ann Neurol 2006 Nov; 60(5):518-27


  26. Laur J, Yoo B, Spofford C, Weeks J, Hindman B, Todd MM: A Bayesian network model to predict fever following aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. Midwest Anesthesia Residents Conference 2006


  27. Spofford C, Yoo B, Laur J, Weeks J, Hindman B, Todd MM: Fever is associated with adverse outcomes following aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. Midwest Anesthesia Residents Conference 2006


  28. Todd MM, Hindman BJ, Clarke WR, Torner JC: Mild intraoperative hypothermia during surgery for intracranial aneurysm. N Engl J Med 2005 Jan; 352(2):135-45


  29. Hindman BJ: Emboli, inflammation, and CNS impairment: an overview. Heart Surg Forum 2003 Jan; 5(3):249-53


  30. Hindman BJ, Moore SA, Cutkomp J, Smith T, Ross-Barta SE, Dexter F, Brian JE: Brain expression of inducible cyclooxygenase 2 messenger RNA in rats undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass. Anesthesiology 2001 Dec; 95(6):1380-8


  31. Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Subieta A, Smith T, Cutkomp J: Brain injury after cerebral arterial air embolism in the rabbit as determined by triphenyltetrazolium staining. Anesthesiology 1999 May; 90(5):1462-73


  32. Hindman BJ, Todd MM, Gelb AW, Loftus CM, Craen RA, Schubert A, Mahla ME, Torner JC: Mild hypothermia as a protective therapy during intracranial aneurysm surgery: a randomized prospective pilot trial. Neurosurgery 1999 Jan; 44(1):23-32; discussion 32-3


  33. Hindman BJ, Enomoto S, Dexter F, Bates JN, Aldape G, Cutkomp J, Smith T: Cerebrovascular relaxation responses to endothelium-dependent and -independent vasodilators after normothermic and hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass in the rabbit. Anesthesiology 1998 Jun; 88(6):1614-23


  34. Dexter F, Hindman BJ: Computer simulation of microscopic cerebral air emboli absorption during cardiac surgery. Undersea Hyperb Med 1998 May; 25(1):43-50


  35. Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Enomoto S, Subieta A, Smith T, Cutkomp J: Recovery of evoked potential amplitude after cerebral arterial air embolism in the rabbit: a comparison of the effect of cardiopulmonary bypass with normal circulation. Anesthesiology 1998 Apr; 88(3):696-707


  36. Dexter F, Hindman BJ: Effect of haemoglobin concentration on brain oxygenation in focal stroke: a mathematical modelling study. Br J Anaesth 1997 Dec; 79(3):346-51


  37. Reasoner DK, Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Subieta A, Cutkomp J, Smith T: Doxycycline reduces early neurologic impairment after cerebral arterial air embolism in the rabbit. Anesthesiology 1997 Oct; 87(3):569-76


  38. Dexter F, Kern FH, Hindman BJ, Greeley WJ: The brain uses mostly dissolved oxygen during profoundly hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass. Ann Thorac Surg 1997 Jun; 63(6):1725-9


  39. Dexter F, Hindman BJ: Recommendations for hyperbaric oxygen therapy of cerebral air embolism based on a mathematical model of bubble absorption. Anesth Analg 1997 Jun; 84(6):1203-7


  40. Dexter F, Hindman BJ, Marshall JS: Estimate of the maximum absorption rate of microscopic arterial air emboli after entry into the arterial circulation during cardiac surgery. Perfusion 1996 Nov; 11(6):445-50


  41. Reasoner DK, Dexter F, Hindman BJ, Subieta A, Todd MM: Somatosensory evoked potentials correlate with neurological outcome in rabbits undergoing cerebral air embolism. Stroke 1996 Oct; 27(10):1859-64


  42. Enomoto S, Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Smith T, Cutkomp J: Rapid rewarming causes an increase in the cerebral metabolic rate for oxygen that is temporarily unmatched by cerebral blood flow. A study during cardiopulmonary bypass in rabbits. Anesthesiology 1996 Jun; 84(6):1392-400


  43. Ryu KH, Hindman BJ, Reasoner DK, Dexter F: Heparin reduces neurological impairment after cerebral arterial air embolism in the rabbit. Stroke 1996 Feb; 27(2):303-9; discussion 310


  44. Reasoner DK, Ryu KH, Hindman BJ, Cutkomp J, Smith T: Marked hemodilution increases neurologic injury after focal cerebral ischemia in rabbits. Anesth Analg 1996 Jan; 82(1):61-7


  45. Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Cutkomp J, Smith T: Diaspirin cross-linked hemoglobin does not increase brain oxygen consumption during hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass in rabbits. Anesthesiology 1995 Dec; 83(6):1302-11


  46. Hindman B: Con: glucose priming solutions should not be used for cardiopulmonary bypass. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 1995 Oct; 9(5):605-7


  47. Dexter F, Hindman BJ: Theoretical analysis of cerebral venous blood hemoglobin oxygen saturation as an index of cerebral oxygenation during hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass. A counterproposal to the "luxury perfusion" hypothesis. Anesthesiology 1995 Aug; 83(2):405-12


  48. Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Cutkomp J, Smith T: pH-stat management reduces the cerebral metabolic rate for oxygen during profound hypothermia (17 degrees C). A study during cardiopulmonary bypass in rabbits. Anesthesiology 1995 Apr; 82(4):983-95; discussion 24A


  49. Hindman BJ, Dexter F: Estimating brain temperature during hypothermia. Anesthesiology 1995 Feb; 82(2):329-30


  50. Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Smith T, Cutkomp J: Pulsatile versus nonpulsatile flow. No difference in cerebral blood flow or metabolism during normothermic cardiopulmonary bypass in rabbits. Anesthesiology 1995 Jan; 82(1):241-50


  51. Todd MM, Wu B, Maktabi M, Hindman BJ, Warner DS: Cerebral blood flow and oxygen delivery during hypoxemia and hemodilution: role of arterial oxygen content. Am J Physiol 1994 Nov; 267(5 Pt 2):H2025-31


  52. Dexter F, Hindman BJ: Computer simulation of brain cooling during cardiopulmonary bypass. Ann Thorac Surg 1994 May; 57(5):1171-8; discussion 1178-9


  53. Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Ryu KH, Smith T, Cutkomp J: Pulsatile versus nonpulsatile cardiopulmonary bypass. No difference in brain blood flow or metabolism at 27 degrees C. Anesthesiology 1994 May; 80(5):1137-47


  54. Dexter F, Hindman BJ, Cutkomp J, Smith T: Blood warms as it flows retrograde from a femoral cannulation site to the carotid artery during cardiopulmonary bypass. Perfusion 1994 Jan; 9(6):393-7


  55. Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Cutkomp J, Smith T, Tinker JH: Hypothermic acid-base management does not affect cerebral metabolic rate for oxygen at 27 degrees C. A study during cardiopulmonary bypass in rabbits. Anesthesiology 1993 Sep; 79(3):580-7


  56. Todd MM, Warner DS, Sokoll MD, Maktabi MA, Hindman BJ, Scamman FL, Kirschner J: A prospective, comparative trial of three anesthetics for elective supratentorial craniotomy. Propofol/fentanyl, isoflurane/nitrous oxide, and fentanyl/nitrous oxide. Anesthesiology 1993 Jun; 78(6):1005-20


  57. Verhaegen MJ, Todd MM, Hindman BJ, Warner DS: Cerebral autoregulation during moderate hypothermia in rats. Stroke 1993 Mar; 24(3):407-14


  58. Hindman BJ, Dexter F, Cutkomp J, Smith T, Todd MM, Tinker JH: Brain blood flow and metabolism do not decrease at stable brain temperature during cardiopulmonary bypass in rabbits. Anesthesiology 1992 Aug; 77(2):342-50


  59. Hindman BJ, Funatsu N, Harrington J, Cutkomp J, Dexter F, Todd MM, Tinker JH: Cerebral blood flow response to PaCO2 during hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass in rabbits. Anesthesiology 1991 Oct; 75(4):662-8


  60. Hindman BJ, Funatsu N, Harrington J, Cutkomp J, Miller T, Todd MM, Tinker JH: Differences in cerebral blood flow between alpha-stat and pH-stat management are eliminated during periods of decreased systemic flow and pressure. A study during cardiopulmonary bypass in rabbits. Anesthesiology 1991 Jun; 74(6):1096-102


  61. Fiddler DS, Hindman BJ: Intravenous calcitonin alleviates spinal anesthesia-induced phantom limb pain. Anesthesiology 1991 Jan; 74(1):187-9


  62. Hindman BJ, Funatsu N, Cheng DC, Bolles R, Todd MM, Tinker JH: Differential effect of oncotic pressure on cerebral and extracerebral water content during cardiopulmonary bypass in rabbits. Anesthesiology 1990 Nov; 73(5):951-7


  63. Hindman BJ: Sodium bicarbonate in the treatment of subtypes of acute lactic acidosis: physiologic considerations. Anesthesiology 1990 Jun; 72(6):1064-76