John M. Draus, MD

Bio / Education: 

Medical School
University of Louisville School of Medicine

Residency
University of Louisville School of Medicine

Fellowship
Indiana University School of Medicine – Pediatric Surgery Fellowship

Certifications
ACLS certified

PubMed Publications: 

  • Stokes, S.M.;Iocono, J.A.;Draus JM, J. "Peritoneal drainage as the initial management of intestinal perforation in premature infants." The American surgeon 80, 9 (2014): 851-4. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Stokes, S.M.;Iocono, J.A.;Brown, S.;Draus JM, J. "Intussusception clinical pathway: a survey of pediatric surgery practices." The American surgeon 80, 9 (2014): 846-8. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Long, K.L.;Absher, K.J.;Draus JM, J. "Chondromyxoid fibroma of the second rib." Journal of pediatric surgery 48, 6 (2013): 1442-4. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Wright, T.N.;Gilligan, L.;Zhurbich, O.;Davenport, D.L.;Draus JM, J. "Minimally invasive drainage of subcutaneous abscesses reduces hospital cost and length of stay." Southern medical journal 106, 12 (2013): 689-92. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Smiley, K.;Wright, T.;Skinner, S.;Iocono, J.A.;Draus, J.M. "Primary Closure without Diversion in Management of Operative Blunt Duodenal Trauma in Children." ISRN pediatrics 2012, (2012): 298753. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Draus JM, J.;Kamel, S.;Seims, A.;Rescorla, F.J. "The role of laparoscopic evaluation to detect a contralateral defect at initial presentation for inguinal hernia repair." The American surgeon 77, 11 (2011): 1463-6. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Foley, D.S.;Draus JM, J.;Santos, A.P.;Franklin, G.A. "An analysis of risk-taking behavior among adolescent blunt trauma patients." The Journal of the Kentucky Medical Association 107, 5 (2009): 170-5. [PubMed Link] |
  • Draus JM, J.;Foley, D.S.;Bond, S.J. "Laparoscopic Ladd procedure: a minimally invasive approach to malrotation without midgut volvulus." The American surgeon 73, 7 (2007): 693-6. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
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