Steven Seth Lipman M.D.

Anesthesiologist

Professional Education

Fellowship: Stanford University Medical Center (2002) CA

MOCA Written Exam, American Board of Anesthesiology, ABA Maintenance of Certification (2009)

Board Certification: Anesthesia, American Board of Anesthesiology (2002)

Residency: Stanford University Medical Center (2001) CA

Internship: Oregon Health Sciences Univ Hospital (1997) OR

Medical Education: Medical University of South Carolina (1996) SC

Fellowship, Stanford Dept of Anesthesia, Obstetric Anesthesia (2002)

Residency, Stanford Dept of Anesthesia, Anesthesia (2001)

Internship, Oregon Health Sciences Univ, General Surgery (1997)

M.D., Medical Univ. of South Carolina, Medicine (1996)

Bachelor of Arts, Duke University, English (1988)

Honors & Awards

Outstanding Interdepartmental Faculty Professor, Stanford University School of medicine Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology (June 2014)

Co-author for 2015 AHA First Scientific Statement on Maternal Cardiac Arrest, American Heart Association (November 2013)

Invitation for oral presentation for best paper of the meeting competition, Society of Obstetric Anesthesia & Perinatology (April 2011)

Kaiser Award for Innovation in Medical Education (With Kay Daniels MD), Stanford University School of Medicine (June 2009)

Outstanding Interdepartmental Faculty Professor, Stanford University Department of Gynecology & Obstetrics (June 2007)

Outstanding Interdepartmental Faculty Professor, Stanford University Department of Gynecology & Obstetrics (June 2003)

Administrative Appointments

Co-Director of OBSim Obstetric Crisis Training Course, Division of Obstetric Anesthesia, 2005

Consensus Statement for Maternal Cardiac Arrest, Society for Obstetric Anesthesia & Perinatology, 2012

Patient Safety Committee, Society for Obstetric Anesthesia & Perinatology, 2011

Labor & Delivery Safety Committee, Lucile Packard at Stanford Childrens Hospital, 2005

Manuscript Review, International Journal of Obstetric Anesthesia, 2005

Resident Advisor, Dept of Anesthesia, 2004

The society for obstetric anesthesia and perinatology consensus statement on the management of cardiac arrest in pregnancy.
Lipman, S., Cohen, S., Einav, S., Jeejeebhoy, F., Mhyre, J. M., & Carvalho, B. (2014). The society for obstetric anesthesia and perinatology consensus statement on the management of cardiac arrest in pregnancy. Anesthesia and analgesia, 118(5), 1003-1016.

Multidisciplinary simulation drills improve efficiency of emergency medication retrieval.
Daniels, K., Clark, A., Lipman, S., Puck, A., Arafeh, J., & Chetty, S. (2014). Multidisciplinary simulation drills improve efficiency of emergency medication retrieval. Obstetrics and gynecology, 123, 143S-4S.

Response times for emergency cesarean delivery: use of simulation drills to assess and improve obstetric team performance
Lipman, S. S., Carvalho, B., Cohen, S. E., Druzin, M. L., & Daniels, K. (2013). Response times for emergency cesarean delivery: use of simulation drills to assess and improve obstetric team performance. JOURNAL OF PERINATOLOGY, 33(4), 259-263.

Transport Decreases the Quality of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation During Simulated Maternal Cardiac Arrest
Lipman, S. S., Wong, J. Y., Arafeh, J., Cohen, S. E., & Carvalho, B. (2013). Transport Decreases the Quality of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation During Simulated Maternal Cardiac Arrest. ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA, 116(1), 162-167.

Labor Room Setting Compared With the Operating Room for Simulated Perimortem Cesarean Delivery A Randomized Controlled Trial
Lipman, S., Daniels, K., Cohen, S. E., & Carvalho, B. (2011). Labor Room Setting Compared With the Operating Room for Simulated Perimortem Cesarean Delivery A Randomized Controlled Trial. OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, 118(5), 1090-1094.

The Case for OBLS: A Simulation-based Obstetric Life Support Program
Lipman, S. S., Daniels, K. I., Arafeh, J., & Halamek, L. P. (2011). The Case for OBLS: A Simulation-based Obstetric Life Support Program. SEMINARS IN PERINATOLOGY, 35(2), 74-79.

Deficits in the provision of cardiopulmonary resuscitation during simulated obstetric crises
Lipman, S. S., Daniels, K. I., Carvalho, B., Arafeh, J., Harney, K., & Druzin, M. (2010). Deficits in the provision of cardiopulmonary resuscitation during simulated obstetric crises. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, 203(2).

Accidental intrathecal sufentanil overdose during combined spinal-epidural analgesia for labor
Coleman, L., Carvalho, B., Lipman, S., Schmiesing, C., & Riley, E. (2009). Accidental intrathecal sufentanil overdose during combined spinal-epidural analgesia for labor. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRIC ANESTHESIA, 18(1), 78-80.

Use of Simulation Based Team Training for Obstetric Crises in Resident Education
Daniels, K., Lipman, S., Harney, K., Arafeh, J., & Druzin, M. (2008). Use of Simulation Based Team Training for Obstetric Crises in Resident Education. SIMULATION IN HEALTHCARE, 3(3), 154-160.

Development and Implementation of Simulation Based Training for Obstetric Crises in Resident Education
Daniels K, Lipman S, J Arafeh, K Harney, & Druzin M. (2008). Development and Implementation of Simulation Based Training for Obstetric Crises in Resident Education. Simulation In Healthcare, 3(3).

Intraoperative forced air-warming during cesarean delivery under spinal anesthesia does not prevent maternal hypothermia
Butwick, A. J., Lipman, S. S., & Carvalho, B. (2007). Intraoperative forced air-warming during cesarean delivery under spinal anesthesia does not prevent maternal hypothermia. ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA, 105(5), 1413-1419.

Patient preferences for anesthesia outcomes associated with Cesarean delivery
Carvalho, B., Cohen, S. E., Lipman, S. S., Fuller, A., Mathusamy, A. D., & Macario, A. (2005). Patient preferences for anesthesia outcomes associated with Cesarean delivery. ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA, 101(4), 1182-1187.

"Ultra-light" patient-controlled epidural analgesia during labor: effects of varying regimens on analgesia and physician workload
Carvalho, B., Cohen, S. E., Giarrusso, K., Durbin, M., Riley, E. T., & Lipman, S. (2005). "Ultra-light" patient-controlled epidural analgesia during labor: effects of varying regimens on analgesia and physician workload. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRIC ANESTHESIA, 14(3), 223-229.

The demise of general anesthesia in obstetrics revisited: prescription for a cure
Lipman, S., Carvalho, B., & Brock-Utne, J. (2005). The demise of general anesthesia in obstetrics revisited: prescription for a cure. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRIC ANESTHESIA, 14(1), 2-4.