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David L. Giles, M.D., FACS

Associate Professor, Department of Surgery
Academic Office Location:
Surgery
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-3955
Phone: 860-679-2290
800-535-6232
Fax: 860-679-1023
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Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
B.S.Wheaton CollegeBiology
M.D.Medical University of South CarolinaMedicine

Post-Graduate Training
TrainingInstitutionSpecialty
ResidencyCleveland Metropolitan General HospitalInternal Medicine
ResidencyUniversity Hospitals of ClevelandGeneral Surgery
FellowshipHartford HospitalSurgical Critical Care
FellowshipHartford Hospital Surgical Research
FellowshipHartford HospitalTrauma
Name & DescriptionCategoryRoleTypeScopeStart YearEnd Year
American College of Surgery Professional/Scientific OrganizationFellowExternalNational

Journal Articles

Book Chapters

  • Hernia Surgery
    Bartus, C., Giles, D. An Internist’s Illustrated Guide to Gastrointestinal Surgery 311-320
  • Peritoneal Shunts
    Knauer, E.M., Giles, D. An Internist’s Illustrated Guide to Gastrointestinal Surgery 223-330

Abstracts

  • Major Hepatic Trauma: The Nature of Warm Ischemic Tolerance of the Porcine Liver
    Giles, D.L., Khwaja, K., Cowell, V.L., Jacobs, L.M., Perdrizet, G.A. Journal of Trauma-Injury Infection & Critical Care 45(6):1110
Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Interim Analysis of a Comparative Randomized Study: Benefit of AbsorbaTack™ Absorbable Fixation in the Treatment of Inguinal Hernia by Laparoscopic ApproachOtherEuropean Hernia Society2011
Hyperglycemia and Miscellaneous TopicsTalkCharlotte Hungerford Hospital2011Torrington, Connecticut
To Cut or to RunTalkHospital of Central Connecticut2008Southington, Connecticut
To Cut or to RunTalkNew England Chapter of American College of Sports Medicine2007Providence, Rhode Island
The Efficacy of Intraoperative Methylene Blue Enema to Assess the Integrity of a Colonic AnastomosisPosterAssociation of VA Surgeons2006
Surgical Treatment for ObesityTalkUConn Department of Medicine2006Farmington, Connecticut
Update in Obesity ManagementTalkNew Britain General Hospital2006New Britian, Connecticut
Bariatric SurgeryTalkBradley Memorial Hospital2006Southington, Connecticut
Surgical Treatment for Obesity – Who to Refer?Talk21st Annual Update in Clinical Medicine2005Scottsdale, Arizona
Weight Loss Surgery – Indications, Contraindications, and ComplicationsTalkCharlotte Hungerford Hospital2005Torrington, Connecticut
Weight Loss Surgery in RadiologyTalkNew Britain General Hospital2005New Britian, Connecticut
Bariatric SurgeryTalkWaterbury Hospital2005Waterbury, Connecticut
Overview of Weight Loss SurgeryTalkNew Britain General Hospital2005New Britian, Connecticut
Obesity SurgeryTalkSurgical Grand Rounds, NBGH2004New Britian, Connecticut
Obesity and SurgeryTalkMedicine Residency Obesity Symposium2004New Britian, Connecticut
A Surgical Perspective on ObesityTalkNew Britain General Hospital2004Farmington, Connecticut
Surgical Site Infections: How Can We Improve Ourselves?TalkConnecticut Collaborative, Qualidiam2003Middletown, Connecticut
Surgical Site Infections: Effects of Temperature and OxygenTalkCharlotte Hungerford Hospital2003Torrington, Connecticut
Gleamings from Obesity SurgeryTalkUniversity of Connecticut Health Center2003Farmington, Connecticut
Prophylactic Antibiotics and Surgical Site InfectionsTalkRockville General Hospital2003Rockville, Connecticut
Enhancing the Peri-Op ProcessTalkPeriOperative Nursing and Anesthesia Staffs2003
Is There a Cure for the Morbidly Obese Diabetic Patients?TalkConnecticut Society of Endocrinology2002Cromwell, Connecticut
ObesityTalkHartford Hospital2002Hartford, Connecticut
Obesity SurgeryTalkUniversity of Connecticut Health Center2002Farmington, Connecticut
Obesity…A Surgical Disease?TalkUConn Department of Medicine2001Farmington, Connecticut
Obesity Surgery: Endocrinology City-Wide RoundsTalkUniversity of Connecticut Health Center2001Farmington, Connecticut
Obesity and the Lung: Pulmonary City-Wide RoundsTalkUniversity of Connecticut Health Center2001Farmington, Connecticut
Thromboembolic Disease: Controversies in SurgeryTalkUniversity of Connecticut Health Center2001Farmington, Connecticut
Obesity, A Surgical Disease?TalkUniversity of Connecticut Health Center2001Farmington, Connecticut
Obesity Surgery and AnesthesiaTalkUniversity of Connecticut Health Center2001Farmington, Connecticut
Obesity Surgery and GI ConcernsTalkUniversity of Connecticut Health Center2001Farmington, Connecticut
Major Hepatic Trauma: Warm Ischemic Tolerance of the Porcine LiverTalkEastern Association for the Study of Trauma1999
Acute Pancreatitis: Controversies in SurgeryTalkUniversity of Connecticut Health Center1999Farmington, Connecticut
Acute PancreatitisTalkMiddlesex Hospital Grand Rounds1999Middletown, Connecticut
Human Cellular Stress Response Following Traumatic InjuryPosterConnecticut Chapter, American College of Surgeons1997Cromwell, Connecticut