Commitment to Patient-Centered Care
“I am a compassionate physician that strives to provide the best care for my patients. I believe that establishing a strong relationship with my patients and their families will lead to a better understanding of the disease process, as well as improved outcomes.”
Dr. Fastag-Guttman is a pediatric critical care medicine specialist, caring for pediatric patients hospitalized in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. He has an interest in the nutrition of critically ill children and quality improvement in the PICU.
- Fastag E, Cana J, Dehom S, Moores D, Tinsley C, Chandnani H. Outcomes associated with early enteral nutrition in the pediatric trauma patient. Critical Care Medicine. 2022, Jan; 50(1):302.
- Fastag E, Castillo BA, Jodorkovsky R. Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs Induced Acute Kidney Injury in 2 Children: Management, Risk Factors, and Brief Literature Review. New Jersey Pediatrics. 2018, Mar; 44(1): 24-27.
- Fastag E, DeBruin WJ. Spontaneous Pneumomediastinum in an Adolescent: Case Report and Literature Review. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 2017, Jul; 18(7): e298-e310.
- Fastag E, Varon J, Sternbach G. Richard Lower: The Origins of Blood Transfusion. The Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2013, Jun; 44(6): 1146-1150.
- Fastag E, Varon, J. Popsicle-induced life-threatening angioedema: Case report and literature review. Critical Care and Shock. 2012, Jul; 15(2): 43-44.
- Universidad Anahuac School of Medicine, Mexico City, MEXICO
- Pediatrics, St. Joseph's University Medical Center, NJ, USA
- Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Loma Linda Children’s Hospital, Loma Linda, CA, USA
- Society of Critical Care Medicine
- Board eligible in Pediatric Critical Care
- Board certified in Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics
- Chief Resident – Pediatrics
- Best Teaching Resident Award, 2018
“In my free time, I love spending time with my family, watching football games and archery.”