Specialty: Pediatric Critical Care

Education

Fellowship

  • Fellow, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine — Indianapolis, IN (2017)
  • Fellow, Pediatric Clinical Pharmacology, Indiana University School of Medicine — Indianapolis, IN (2018)

Internship/Residency

  • Resident, Pediatrics, Indiana University School of Medicine — Indianapolis, IN (2014)
  • Intern, Pediatrics, Indiana University School of Medicine — Indianapolis, IN (2012)

Medical school

  • Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine — New York, NY (2011)

Graduate

  • Master of Science in Human Nutrition, Columbia University – New York, NY (2007)

Undergraduate

  • B.S. Nutritional Sciences, University of Wisconsin – Madison, WI (2006)

Professional interests

  • Nutrition in critically ill children
  • Sepsis
  • Respiratory failure
  • Trauma

Board Certification

  • General Pediatrics
  • Pediatrics, Critical Care Medicine

Publications

  • Malin SW, Lutfi R, Friedman ML, Teagarden AM. Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome Causing Severe Shock and Methemoglobinemia. Case Rep Crit Care. 2018 Apr 30; 2018:1903787.
  • Teagarden AM, Leland BD, Rowan CM, Lutfi R. Thiamine Deficiency Leading to Refractory Lactic Acidosis in a Pediatric Patient. Case Rep Crit Care. 2017; 2017:5121032.
  • Teagarden AM, Skiles JL, Beardsley AL, Hobson MJ, Moser EAS, Renbarger JL, Rowan CM. Low Serum Albumin Levels Prior to Pediatric Allogeneic HCT are Associated with Increased Need for Critical Care Interventions and Increased 6-Month Mortality. Pediatr Transplant. 2017 Sep; 21(6).
  • Teagarden AM, Mastropietro CW. Clinical Significance of Serum Cortisol Following Surgery for Congenital Heart Disease. Cardiol Young. 2017 Mar; 27(2):318-324.
  • Beardsley AL, Teagarden AM, Abu-Sultaneh S, Lutfi R. Devastating ischemic stroke following selective arterial embolization of a large chest wall aneurysmal bone cyst. J Pediatr Hematol Oncol. 2015 Jul; 37(5):406-408.

Dr. Alicia Teagarden was born and raised in Minnesota. Her undergraduate studies were at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Following graduation, she moved to New York City for both her graduate studies at Columbia University and medical education at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Teagarden moved to Indiana where she completed both her pediatric residency and pediatric critical care fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine. During her training, she also completed a T32 research fellowship in pediatric clinical pharmacology through the National Institutes of Health. She’s now happy to be back home in Minnesota. Dr. Teagarden resides in Woodbury with her husband Sean, and two daughters, Harper and Reese. She enjoys spending time with her family, running, sports, and traveling.


Specialty: Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Education

Fellowship

  • Pediatric Critical Care, University of Minnesota—Minneapolis, Minnesota

Internship/residency/Chief Resident

  • Pediatrics, University of Nebraska--Omaha, Nebraska

Medical school

  • University of North Dakota--Grand Forks, North Dakota

Undergraduate

  • Jamestown College—Jamestown, North Dakota
  • Calculus Fellowship – Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Professional interests

  • Medical Director PICU - Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
  • Medical Director CRRT (Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy) and Plasmapheresis – Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota
  • ECMO (Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation) Consultant – Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota
  • Other medical interests include asthma, pediatric trauma and continuing education for first responders in pediatric emergency care in the rural setting.

Board Certification

  • Pediatrics
  • Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Publications

  • Kugler J, Baisch S et al: Improvement in Left Ventricular Function after Control of Incessant Tachycardia. The Journal of Pediatrics, Vol. 105, No. 4. October 1984, pp. 543-548.
  • Baisch S, McNeil M: Prehospital Management of Technology Assisted Children. EMSC PREPARE, No. 5. September 1998.
  • Baisch S, Wheeler W, Kurachek S, Cornfield D. Extubation Failure in Pediatric Intensive Care: Incidence and Outcomes. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Vol 6, No. 3. May 2005, pp 312-318.

Dr. Baisch and his wife, Marsha, reside in Chaska. They have two married children, Chris and Becca, and are proud grandparents of Riley, Lucy, Adrienne, Eloise, Charlie and Josie. In his leisure time, Steve enjoys spoiling the grandchildren. He also enjoys golf, basketball and being with his family.