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Theofilos P. Matheos, M.D.


Academic Role: Assistant Professor

Faculty Appointment(s) and Affiliations: 
School of Medicine

Clinical Interests:

Phone: (508) 334-7055

Academic Background

M.D., University of Massachusetts Medical School

Postdoctoral Training

University of Massachusetts, Residency in Anesthesiology, 2006-2009
Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine, 2009-2010

Selected Publications

Matheos T, MD, Anesthesia Procedures & Standards. Methods and Techniques. Audio-Digest Anesthesiology Board Review – Session 40; 2013.

Aponte-Feliciano A, Orquiola A., Matheos T., Heard S. Central Venous Catheters. Manual of Intensive Care Medicine, 6th ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2012.

Cehovic G, MD and Matheos T, MD, SCCM’s Comprehensive Review in Adult Critical Care – Chapter 17, “Arterial Blood Gas Interpretation, Capnography, Pulse Oximetry.” ,2012.

Matheos M.D.,T and Heard M.D.,S. Weaning From Mechanical Ventilation. ASCCA Resident’s Guide to the ICU,4th edition,2011.

Orquiola A., Matheos T., Heard S. Central Venous Catheter. Manual of Intensive Care Medicine, 5th ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2010:9-14.

Matheos T, Walz JM, Adams JP, Johnson K, Longtine K, Longtine J, O'Neill M, Heard SO. Comparison of the duration of antimicrobial activity of 2 different antimicrobial central venous catheters. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 2010; 31:295-7.

Matheos T, Orquiola A, Walz JM, Adams J, Heard SO. Durability of antiseptic central venous catheters as a function of duration of catheterization: silver/carbon/platinum versus minocycline/rifampin. Chest 2005; 128:195S.

Matheos T, Walz JM, Longtine JK, Longtine KJ, O'Neill MA, Adams JP, Heard SO, Johnson KM. A comparison of the effectiveness of two anti-infective catheters on catheter-related infection. Crit Care Med 2004; 32:A159