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Jeremy-J-Johnson@ouhsc.edu

​1200 Everett Drive
​​Suite 2320
​Oklahoma City, OK 73104

(405) 271-​5922
(405) 271-​3278 (fax)

Jeremy Johnson, MD

Academic Appointments:
Assistant Professor

Clincial Focus:
Pediatric Surgery

Clinical Interests:
Neonatal Surgery
ECMO
Pediatric Trauma
Pediatric Oncology

Professional Education:
Fellowship: University of Oklahoma Health Science Center
Residency: University of Oklahoma Health Science Center
Medical Education: University of Oklahoma College of Medicine

Board Certification:
General Surgery (in process for Peds Surgery)

Research Interests:
Pediatric Trauma - Injury Prevention and Outcomes
Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
Intestinal Adhesive Disease after Abdominal Surgery

Recent Publications:

1.       Johnson JJ, Garwe T, Katseres N, Tuggle DW. Preoperative symptom duration predicts success in relieving abdominal pain caused by biliary dyskinesia in a pediatric population. J Pediatr Surg 2013; 48(4):796-800

2.       Johnson JJ, Garwe T, Raines AR, Thurman JB, Carter S, Bender JS, Albrecht RM. The use of laparoscopy in the diagnosis and treatment of blunt and penetrating abdominal injuries: 10-year experience at a level 1 trauma center. Am J Surg 2013; 205(3):317-21

3.       Johnson JJ, Garwe T, Albrecht RM, Adeseye A, Bishop D, Fails RB, Shepherd DW, Lees JS. Initial inferior vena cava diameter on computed tomographic scan independently predicts mortality in severely injured trauma patients. J Trauma Acute Care Surg 2013; 74(3):741-6.

4.        Johnson JJ, Tuggle DW, Garcia NM, Eubanks JW, Notrica DM, Brahmamdam P, Megison S, Maxson RT, Piper K, Lawson KA, Garcia-Filion P, Recicar J. The use of a computer-based internal education program for pediatric trauma centers: a multicenter ATOMAC study. Am Surg 2014; 80(4):419-21.

5.         Garwe T, Johnson JJ, Letton RW. Indication bias explains some of the observed increased mortality associated with use of prehospital intravenous fluids in a pediatric trauma population. Acad Emerg Med 2016; 23(1): 83-92.