Specialty: Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
- Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Pediatrics, Louisiana State University – New Orleans, LA
- Pediatrics, University Hospital of Udine – Udine, Italy
- University of Udine, Italy
- Medical ethics
- Outcomes research, quality improvement
- Bhalala U.S., Rizkalla, N.A., Orioles, A. The Critically Ill Child. In: Basics of Pediatric Anesthesia, Ed: Litman, R.S., Philadelphia, 2012.
- Orioles A, Morrison WE, Rossano JW, Shore PM, Hasz RD, Martiner AC, Berg RA, Nadkarni VM. (2012). An under-recognized benefit of CPR: organ transplantation. Abstract and oral presentation at the 19th Pediatric Critical Care Colloquium, Santa Monica, CA, Sep 6-9 2012. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 12 (6), 711-721
- Himebauch A., Viteri S., Hehir D, and Orioles A. (2012). Chapter 72: Specific Intoxications. In J.A. Stockwell, G.M. Preissig. Comprehensive Critical Care: Pediatric (991-1008). Society of Critical Care Medicine
- Orioles A, Weiss SL. Critical Appraisal of: Zarychanski R, Doucette S, Fergusson D, Roberts D, Houston DS, Sharma S, Gulati H, Kumar A. Early intravenous unfractionated heparin and mortality in septic shock. Crit Care Med 2008 26(11):2972-2979.In the PedsCCM Evidence-Based Journal Club, April 09,2012. Available at http://pedsccm.org/view.php?id=577, accessed 12/05, 2012
- McInnes, A. D., Sutton, R. M., Orioles, A., Nishisaki, A., Niles, D., Abella, B. S., et al. (2011). The first quantitative report of ventilation rate during in-hospital resuscitation of older children and adolescents. Resuscitation, 82(8), 1025-1029.
- Orioles A, Morrison C, Gardner R, Sanzone A, Bégué R. (2009). Aids related lymphoma presenting as proptosis in a previously healthy infant. Poster at the American Academy of Pediatrics – Louisiana Chapter Pediatric Potpourri XVIII, Baton Rouge, LA, Sep 11-12 2009.
- Crichiutti, G., Poskurica, I., & Orioles, A. (2010). Convulsions with mild gastroenteritis. Medico e Bambino, 29(2), 165-169.
- Zanetti, R., Prezioso, A., Crichiutti, G., Orioles, A., & Cremaschi, S. (2004). Neuropsychological and neurophysiological findings in two brothers one featuring ESES syndrome and the other Landau Kleffner syndrome. Bollettino – Lega Italiana Contro l’Epilessia, (125-126), 221-224.
Dr. Orioles grew up in Udine, Italy. He moved to the United States for his graduate medical training. He joined CRCCS in 2012. He feels privileged to be able to help sick children in such a wonderful and supportive environment.
In his free time he enjoys reading, cooking, traveling, playing the piano, and spending time with family and friends.