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Raymond Talucci

Raymond Talucci, MD

Professor


Department: Surgery

Specialties: General Surgery, Trauma and Surgical Critical Care

Education

  • MD - University of Maryland School of Medicine (1977)
  • BA in Biology - St. Anselms College (1972)

Dr. Talucci is currently the trauma director at St. Mary Medical Center.

Awards and Honors:

  • NIH Research Service Award, University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Surgery

 Affiliated Hospitals: St. Mary Medical Center; Hahnemann University Hospital

Clinical Services

Critical care, Trauma

Fellowships

  • University of Washington School of Medicine (1984)

Residencies

  • Surgery - Tulane University and Affiliated Hospitals (1982)

Internships

  • Charity Hospital of Louisiana Tulane Division, New Orleans (1978)

Dr. Talucci has been a professor in the Department of Surgery at Drexel University College of Medicine since 2001. He also serves as trauma director at St. Mary Medical Center.

Research

Selected Research

"Prophylactic Use of Diflucan in patients with overwhelming Sepsis"
Supported by Educational Grant Pfizer Corporation, 1996

"Levofloxacin: Complicated Intraabdominal Infection Study"
Hoechst-Roussel Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Protocol No.: 301, 1994

"Functional Capacity Index Validation Study"
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, 1994

"The Development of the New Jersey Component of the Atlantic Council Registry"
The Atlantic Emergency Medical Services Council in accord with the Department of Transportation Grant Project No. DTNH22-88-Z-07386, 1990

"Patient Controlled Analgesia vs. Conventional Pain Therapy"
Becton, Dickinson & Co., A. Cernainu, Principal Investigator, 1988

"Multicenter Trial to determine the Safety & Efficiency of Antiendotoxin Antibody XMEN-OE5 in the Treatment of Patients with suspected gram-negative bacteremia or endotoxemia"
XOMA Corporation, Reference Ind:BB-2309, Protocol No.: 8l612-P2B, 1987

"Use of Intravenous Nizatidine to Control Gastric Acid Secretion in the Intensive Care Unit Patient"
Eli Lilly Company B5Q-MC-NBAQ LY 139037 Nizatidine Ind. 18975 NDA-l9-509, 1986

* This physician's clinical practice is independent of Drexel University.


Contact Information


Practice Office

Drexel Surgery
Langhorne-Newtown Road
St. Mary Medical Center
Langhorne, PA 19047
Phone: 215.710.6024