Douglas A. Dubbink, M.D.Schedule an Appointment: (651) 968-5201
Central Michigan University — Mount Pleasant, Michigan
Michigan State University — East Lansing, Michigan
Mayo Graduate School of Medicine — Rochester, Minnesota
Pain Management, Mayo Graduate School of Medicine — Rochester, Minnesota
- Diplomate: American Board of Anesthesiology
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support
- Basic Life Support
- American Society of Regional Anesthesia
- Minnesota Society of Anesthesiologists
- Minnesota Medical Association
- International Association of Anesthesiologists
- American Society of Anesthesiologists
- Martin JL, Dubbink DA, Plevak DJ, Peronne A, Taswell HF, Hay EJ, Pumford NR, Pohl LR: Halothane Hepatitis 28 years after primary exposure. Anesthesia and Analgesia 1992; 74:605-8.
- Dubbink DA, Rettke SR, Sittipong R, Krom RAF: Preoperative pseudocholinesterase level as an indication of intraoperative blood usage in patients undergoing orthotopic liver transplantation. Anesthesia and Analgesia 1991; 72:555.
- Dubbink DA, Rettke SR, Williamson KA, Sittipong R, Krom RAF: Calcium chloride requirements versus fresh frozen plasma transfused during orthotopic liver transplantation. Anesthesia and Analgesia 1991; 72:556.
- Dubbink DA, Giacalone M Jr, McCormick SR: The Coulter analyzer as a hematologic diagnostic instrument. Michigan Chapter of the American College of Physicians 8th Annual Associates Meeting, Flint, Michigan, May 9, 1986.
- Dubbink DA: Physiologic effects of hyper- and hypocarbia. Cerebral circulation. Anatomy of the larynx. Brachial plexus anatomy. Nerve block at the ankle. Blood viscosity and polycythemia. In Faust RJ (ed): Anesthesiology Review. Churchill Livingstone, New York, 4th ed. 2015. (3rd ed. 2002), (2nd ed. 1994), (1st ed.1991).
- Warner MA, Dubbink DA: Intravenous anesthetic agents. In Liu PL (ed): Anesthesia Essentials for Medical Students. JB Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1991.
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Articles and Videos from Douglas A. Dubbink, M.D.
As we ring in a new year, we review our growth in 2017 and renew our commitment to your good health.
Do you know that anesthesia protocols vary from one surgery setting to the next? Dr. Doug Dubbink explains how specialized Summit protocols improve the surgical experience.
Improvements in medication mean improvements in patient care. Dr. Doug Dubbink explains an exciting new development for treating postsurgical pain.
Anesthesia has become much safer over the last 25 years. Dr. Doug Dubbink explains how advances have improved patient safety.
The idea of anesthesia can cause apprehension. Summit’s lead anesthesiologist, Dr. Douglas Dubbink, explains exactly what a patient can expect when they are prepared for surgery.
Dr. Douglas Dubbink joined Summit Orthopedics to develop anesthesiology protocols designed to improve the surgical experience and provide skillful care to every patient.