Hira Shafeeq, Pharm.D.
I graduated with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from St. John's University in 2009. I received my first year post-graduate pharmacy residency training at The Brooklyn Hospital Center in 2010. I completed my second year post-graduate residency training in critical care at The University of Chicago Medicine in 2011. I currently maintain a clinical practice site at Neurosurgical Intensive Care unit at North Shore University Hospital. The hospital is part of the North Shore - LIJ Health system and the Cushing Neuroscience Institute - Brain & Spine Specialists in Long Island, NY.
Reversal of coagulopathies associated with warfarin and target specific anticoagulants, Management of inpatient hyperglycemia in the intensive care unit, Hemodynamic augmentation for optimization of cerebral blood flow
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