Dr. Trip Evans is an Assistant Member in the Department of Anesthesiology at Moffitt Cancer Center and holds an Assistant Professor appointment at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. Dr. Evans earned his medical degree at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. This was followed by a preliminary surgery internship at Orlando Regional Medical Center and a Family Medicine residency at Memorial Health University Medical Center in Savannah, GA. Dr. Evans then completed his Anesthesiology training with the University of South Florida where he was Chief Resident and at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. Prior to joining Moffitt, Dr. Evans gained considerable experience in trauma at Orlando Regional Medical Center, and served as Chief of Anesthesia at the Orlando VA Medical Center. Dr. Evans’ clinical interests involve regional anesthesia and acute interventional perioperative pain management. His expertise includes ultrasound-guided upper and lower extremity peripheral nerve blocks and neuraxial techniques. He is highly skilled in the acute intraoperative management of trauma patients, and with all invasive monitoring and access techniques.
Education & Training
- Orlando Regional Medical Center - Surgery
- Memorial Health University Medical Center - Family Medicine
- University of South Florida - Anesthesiology
- UCLA Medical Center - Anesthesiology
- Medical College of Georgia - MD
- Irvine DS, Rozava K, Theodotou A, Evans R, Huang J. Anesthesia Consideration for a Patient With Incidentally Diagnosed Anomalous Origin of Right Coronary Artery Originating From Pulmonary Trunk (ARCAPA): A Case Study. Cureus. 2022 Sep.14(9):e28955. Pubmedid: 36237770. Pmcid: PMC9547680.
- Escher AR, Hoffman JP, Alfieri S, Bordoni B, Evans RM. Immune-Mediated Myopathy in a Patient Presenting for Melanoma Resection and Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy. Cureus. 2022 Mar.14(3):e22777. Pubmedid: 35291729. Pmcid: PMC8896259.
- Hoffman JP, Serdiuk AA, Escher AR, Bordoni B, Evans R. Diphenhydramine-Induced Torsade De Pointes With Pharmacological Cardioversion in a Patient With Methadone-Induced QT Prolongation. Cureus. 2022 Feb.14(2):e22534. Pubmedid: 35228984. Pmcid: PMC8865736.
- Evans R, Escher AR, Nahrwold DA, Hoffman JP. General Anesthesia With Successful Immediate Post-operative Extubation for Sarcoma Excision in a 61-Year-Old Male With Kennedy's Disease. Cureus. 2022 Feb.14(2):e21956. Pubmedid: 35228980. Pmcid: PMC8865878.
- Nahrwold DA, Muncey AR, Aldawoodi NN, Evans RM, Hoffman JP. Rupture of an epidural filter connector during bolus administration of local anesthetic: a case report. BMC Anesthesiol. 2021 May.21(1):143. Pubmedid: 33980179. Pmcid: PMC8114482.
- Muncey AR, Evans R, Escher AR, Nahrwold DA. Use of a Low Concentration, High Volume Erector Spinae Plane Block for Rescue Analgesia After Melanoma Resection and Axillary Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy. Cureus. 2021 Jan.13(1):e12930. Pubmedid: 33527062. Pmcid: PMC7842249.
- Ackerman RS, Hirschi M, Trona N, Joyce DM, Evans T, Patel SY. Incidence of Thromboembolic Events in Oncology Patients Receiving Intraoperative Tranexamic Acid During Orthopedic Surgery: A Retrospective Review at a Comprehensive Cancer Center. A A Pract. 2020 Jan.14(2):63-66. Pubmedid: 31703004.
- Ackerman RS, Hirschi M, Alford B, Evans T, Kiluk JV, Patel SY. Enhanced REVENUE After Surgery? A Cost-Standardized Enhanced Recovery Pathway for Mastectomy Decreases Length of Stay. World J Surg. 2019 Mar.43(3):839-845. Pubmedid: 30456482.
- Hafez O, Ackerman RS, Evans T, Patel SY, Padalia DM. Mental Nerve Blocks for Lip Brachytherapy: A Case Report. A A Pract. 2018 May.10(10):265-266. Pubmedid: 29757796.
- Evans T, Hanna M, Hafez O, Patel SY. Use of Laryngeal Mask Airway to Preoxygenate and Ventilate Through a Laryngeal Stoma in a Patient Undergoing General Anesthesia: A Case Report. A A Pract. 2018 Jun.10(11):296-297. Pubmedid: 29634570.
- Evans T, Patel S. Two Consecutive Preoperative Cardiac Arrests Involving Vancomycin in a Patient Presenting for Hip Disarticulation: A Case Report. A A Case Rep. 2017 Nov.9(9):262-264. Pubmedid: 28622151.
- Hafez O, Ackerman RS, Evans T, Patel SY, Padalia DM. Mental Nerve Blocks for Lip Brachytherapy: A Case Report. A A Case Rep. 2017 Nov. Pubmedid: 29194063.
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