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Kevin  Olsen

Kevin Olsen, MD

Specialty: Anesthesiology

Program: Anesthesiology

Language(s): English

  • Overview

    Dr. Olsen is an Anesthesiologist and Critical Care Physician in Tampa, FL and is affiliated with Moffitt Cancer Center. He received his medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine and completed his Anesthesiology residency at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL, serving as chief resident in his final year. He completed his Critical Care Medicine fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, in Boston, MA. He is board-certified in Anesthesiology, Critical Care Medicine and Neurocritical Care by the American Board of Anesthesiology. In addition, Dr. Olsen serves as the EMS Medical Director for Westover Air Reserve Base and as a Critical Care Air Transport Physician for the United States Air Force.

    Education & Training

    Board Certification:

    • Anesthesiology - Critical Care Medicine


    • Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School - Critical Care Medicine


    • University of Florida - Anesthesiology

    Medical School:

    • Emory University School of Medicine - M.D.
  • Publications

    • Byskosh A, Olsen K. Retained arterial catheter following patient self-discontinuation-a case report. J Surg Case Rep. 2024 Jan.2024(1):rjad727. Pubmedid: 38239372. Pmcid: PMC10795922.
    • Olsen K, Palmer LJ. POCUS in undifferentiated shock. J Clin Anesth. 2023 Dec.91:111277. Pubmedid: 37783105.
    • Gramolini D, Olsen K. Pilot balloon tubing obstruction - A preventable cause of endotracheal tube cuff leak. J Clin Anesth. 2023 Dec.91:111270. Pubmedid: 37748241.
    • Olsen KR, Lupi R, Dillon F, White JD. Sugammadex and labetalol precipitation. J Clin Anesth. 2020 May.61:109680. Pubmedid: 31892453.
    • LaGrew JE, Olsen KR, Frantz A. Volatile anaesthetic for treatment of respiratory failure from status asthmaticus requiring extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. BMJ Case Rep. 2020 Jan.13(1). Pubmedid: 31948977. Pmcid: PMC7021127.
    • Olsen KR, Cometa MA, Zasimovich Y. Pterygopalatine Ganglion Block as a Rescue Technique for Failed Epidural Blood Patch. Turk J Anaesthesiol Reanim. 2020 Dec.48(6):502-504. Pubmedid: 33313591. Pmcid: PMC7720828.
    • Hall DJ, Mira JC, Hoffman MR, Keshava HB, Olsen KR, Hardaway JC, Underwood PW, Hawley KL, Turner PL, Antony AB, Vasilopoulos T, Mouawad NJ. Postoperative surgical trainee opioid prescribing practices (POST-OPP): A national survey. J Opioid Manag. 2019 Jul.15(4):307-322. Pubmedid: 31637683.
    • Olsen KR, Hall DJ, Mira JC, Underwood PW, Antony AB, Vasilopoulos T, Sarosi GA. Postoperative surgical trainee opioid prescribing practices (POST OPP): an institutional study. J Surg Res. 2018 Sep.229:58-65. Pubmedid: 29937017.
    • Olsen KR, LaGrew JE, Awoniyi CA, Goldstein JC. Undiagnosed hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy during transcatheter aortic valve replacement: a case report. J Med Case Rep. 2018 Dec.12(1):372. Pubmedid: 30558652. Pmcid: PMC6298014.
    • Olsen KR, Screws AL, Vose SO. Blood Patch in a Jehovah's Witness: Case Report of a Novel Arterial-to-Epidural Closed-Circuit Technique. A A Pract. 2018 Apr.10(8):201-203. Pubmedid: 29652685.
    • Hannabass K, Olsen KR. Fat burn X: burning more than fat. BMJ Case Rep. 2016 Jan.2016. Pubmedid: 26811412. Pmcid: PMC4735151.
    • Tridandapani S, Olsen K, Bhatti P. Improvement in Detection of Wrong-Patient Errors When Radiologists Include Patient Photographs in Their Interpretation of Portable Chest Radiographs. J Digit Imaging. 2015 Dec.28(6):664-670. Pubmedid: 26123980. Pmcid: PMC4636721.
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