Dr. deMoya's clinical expertise is in Trauma, Emergency Surgery, and Surgical Critical Care. Emergency surgery refers to surgical disease states of bowel obstruction (ie, incarcerated hernias, adhesive bowel disease), gastrointestinal hemorrhage (bleeding), acute inflammation (ie Pancreatitis, Cholecystitis, Appendicitis), or acute perforations of bowel. In addition, he is expert in traumatic injuries and has pioneered work in treatment of severe rib fractures/deformity, traumatic brain injury, and imaging in trauma. He is double board certified in General Surgery and in Surgical Critical Care. As a surgical intensivist he cares for patients in the surgical intensive care unit.
de Moya M, Seaver C, etal. Occult Pneumothorax in Trauma Patients: Development of an Objective Scoring System. J Trauma 2007;63(1):13-17.
de Moya M, Dunham M, etal. Long-term outcome of acellular dermal matrix when used for large traumatic open abdomen. J Trauma. 2008;65(2):349-353.
de Moya M, Zacharias N, etal. Colovesical fistula repair: Is early foley catheter removal safe? J Surg Res. 2009;156(2):274-7.
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