TIFFANY K. BEE, M.D.

Associate Professor
Surgery-General
 
Associate Professor
Anesthesiology

Office: 2ND FLOOR 910 MADISON BUILDING
910 MADISON AVENUE
MEMPHIS TN 381632242
Tel: (901) 448-8370
tbee@uthsc.edu

Publications

  1. Bee, TK, Croce, MA, Magnotti, LJ, Zarzaur, BL, Maish, GO, Minard, G, Schroeppel, TJ, Fabian, TC. Temporary abdominal closure techniques: a prospective randomized trial comparing polyglactin 910 mesh and vacuum-assisted closure. J Trauma, 65 (2), 337-42; discussion 342-4, 2008.
  2. Magnotti, LJ, Schroeppel, TJ, Fabian, TC, Clement, LP, Swanson, JM, Fischer, PE, Bee, TK, Maish, GO, Minard, G, Zarzaur, BL, Croce, MA. Reduction in inadequate empiric antibiotic therapy for ventilator-associated pneumonia: impact of a unit-specific treatment pathway. Am Surg, 74 (6), 516-22; discussion 522-3, 2008.
  3. Magnotti, LJ, Weinberg, JA, Schroeppel, TJ, Savage, SA, Fischer, PE, Bee, TK, Maish, GO, Minard, G, Zarzaur, BL, Croce, MA, Fabian, TC. Initial chest CT obviates the need for repeat chest radiograph after penetrating thoracic trauma. Am Surg, 73 (6), 569-72; discussion 572-3, 2007.
  4. Weinberg, JA, Fabian, TC, Magnotti, LJ, Minard, G, Bee, TK, Edwards, N, Claridge, JA, Croce, MA. Penetrating rectal trauma: management by anatomic distinction improves outcome. J Trauma, 60 (3), 508-13; discussion 513-14, 2006.
  5. Cox, JC, Fabian, TC, Maish, GO, Bee, TK, Pritchard, FE, Russ, SE, Grieger, D, Winestone, MI, Zarzaur, BL, Croce, MA. Routine follow-up imaging is unnecessary in the management of blunt hepatic injury. J Trauma, 59 (5), 1175-8; discussion 1178-80, 2005.
  6. Croce, MA, Fabian, TC, Mueller, EW, Maish, GO, Cox, JC, Bee, TK, Boucher, BA, Wood, GC. The appropriate diagnostic threshold for ventilator-associated pneumonia using quantitative cultures. J Trauma, 56 (5), 931-4; discussion 934-6, 2004.
  7. Jernigan, TW, Fabian, TC, Croce, MA, Moore, N, Pritchard, FE, Minard, G, Bee, TK. Staged management of giant abdominal wall defects: acute and long-term results. Ann Surg, 238 (3), 349-55; discussion 355-7, 2003.
  8. Fabian, TC, Croce, MA, Minard, G, Bee, TK, Cagiannos, C, Miller, PR, Stewart, RM, Magnotti, LJ, Patton, JH. Current issues in trauma. Curr Probl Surg, 39 (12), 1160-244, 2002.
  9. Croce, MA, Fabian, TC, Malhotra, AK, Bee, TK, Miller, PR. Does gender difference influence outcome. J Trauma, 53 (5), 889-94, 2002.
  10. Miller, PR, Croce, MA, Bee, TK, Malhotra, AK, Fabian, TC. Associated injuries in blunt solid organ trauma: implications for missed injury in nonoperative management. J Trauma, 53 (2), 238-42; discussion 242-4, 2002.
  11. Miller, PR, Fabian, TC, Bee, TK, Timmons, S, Chamsuddin, A, Finkle, R, Croce, MA. Blunt cerebrovascular injuries: diagnosis and treatment. J Trauma, 51 (2), 279-85; discussion 285-6, 2001.
  12. Miller, PR, Croce, MA, Bee, TK, Qaisi, WG, Smith, CP, Collins, GL, Fabian, TC. ARDS after pulmonary contusion: accurate measurement of contusion volume identifies high-risk patients. J Trauma, 51 (2), 223-8; discussion 229-30, 2001.
  13. Croce, MA, Bee, TK, Pritchard, E, Miller, PR, Fabian, TC. Does optimal timing for spine fracture fixation exist. Ann Surg, 233 (6), 851-8, 2001.
  14. Bee, TK, Croce, MA, Miller, PR, Pritchard, FE, Fabian, TC. Failures of splenic nonoperative management: is the glass half empty or half full. J Trauma, 50 (2), 230-6, 2001.