Dr. Shafeeq graduated from St. John's University with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2009. She received her first year post-graduate pharmacy residency training at The Brooklyn Hospital Center in 2010. She completed her second year post-graduate residency training in critical care at The University of Chicago Medicine in 2011. She currently maintains a clinical practice site at Surgical/Trauma Intensive Care unit at Nassau University Medical Center. The hospital is a certified level I trauma center.
Reversal of coagulopathies associated with warfarin and target specific anticoagulants.
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Tran, T., Pharm, J., Manigault, K., and Arya, V. (2013). Interleukin-1 Inhibitors’ Role in Gout. .
I, L. (2012). Pharmacotherapy for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Pharmacotherapy.