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David V. Feliciano, MD, FACS

J. Stanley Battersby Professor of Surgery
Chief of Surgery, IU Health University Hospital

Specialty: General Surgery

Residency: Mayo Graduate School of Medicine

Fellowship: Baylor College of Medicine

 

 

David V. Feliciano, MD, J. Stanley Battersby Professor of Surgery and Chief, IU Division of General Surgery, Department of Surgery, Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis

 

            Dr. Feliciano received a B.S. (biology) from Georgetown University in 1966 and his M.D. (Alpha Omega Alpha) from Georgetown University School of Medicine (1970). He completed residency training in surgery at the Mayo Clinic, a limited trauma fellowship at Detroit Receiving Hospital/Wayne State University School of Medicine, and a vascular surgery fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas. He is Board-certified in Surgery and has been Board-certified in Surgical Critical Care.

 

            Dr. Feliciano is a senior surgeon with extensive experience in all forms of general surgery, especially endocrine surgery. In addition, he is an expert in the management of injured patients, especially those requiring operations for vascular trauma and abdominal trauma. He has made seminal contributions in the use of surgeon-performed arteriography, use of intraluminal vascular shunting, techniques of vascular repair, use of prosthetic grafts in vascular trauma, perihepatic packing, splenorrhaphy, and damage control laparotomy.

 

            He is a Co-Editor of the textbook TRAUMA, Seventh Edition (2013), is Associate Editor of “The American Surgeon”, has been President of 7 surgical societies, has been a Director of the American Board of Surgery, has been Chair of the Advisory Council for General Surgery (American College of Surgeons), and has received 36 teaching awards from surgical residents and medical students. He is married to Grace S. Rozycki, MD, MBA, Gatch Professor and Executive Vice-Chair, IU Department of Surgery, Indianapolis.

Affiliations

IU Health Physicians

Hospitals

IU Health Methodist/IU Health University

Location Information

IU Health Physicians General Surgery

1801 N. Senate Blvd., Ste 635

Indianapolis, IN 46202


Clinical Interests

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Clinical Research Interests: 

  1. Feliciano D.V., Telander RL:  Total parenteral nutrition in infants and children, Mayo Clin Proc 51:647-654, 1976.
  2. Feliciano D.V., Van Heerden JA:  Pyloric antral mucosal webs.  Mayo Clin Proc 52:650-653, 1977.
  3. Mattox KL, Allen MK, Feliciano D.V.:  Laparotomy in the emergency department.  JACEP 8:180-183, 1979.
  4. Vaughn GD, Mattox KL, Feliciano D.V., Beall AC Jr, DeBakey ME:  Surgical experience with expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) replacement graft for traumatized vessels.  J Trauma 19:403-408, 1979.
  5. Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Graham JM, Beall AC Jr, Jordan GL Jr:  Major complications of percutaneous subclavian vein catheters.  Am J Surg 138:869-874, 1979.
  6. Escobar GA, et al, Feliciano D.V.:  Vascular trauma:  Late sequelae and treatment.  J Cardiovasc Surg 21:35-40, 1980.
  7. Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Jordan GL Jr:  The value of choledochoscopy in exploration of the common bile duct.  Ann Surg 191:649-654, 1980.
  8. Graham JM, Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Beall AC Jr, DeBakey ME:  Management of subclavian vascular injuries.  J Trauma 20:537-544, 1980.
  9. Graham JM, Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL:  Combined brachial, axillary, and subclavian artery injuries of the same extremity.  J Trauma 20:899-901, 1980.
  10. Brown MF, Graham JM, Mattox KL, Feliciano D.V., DeBakey ME:  Renovascular trauma.  Am J Surg 140:802-805, 1980.
  11. Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Jordan GL Jr:  Intra-abdominal packing for control of hepatic hemorrhage:  a reappraisal. J Trauma 21:285-290, 1981.
  12. Gibson DM, Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Gentry LO, Jordan GL Jr:  Intra-abdominal abscess after penetrating abdominal trauma.  Am J Surg 142:699-702, 1981.
  13. Lea AS, Feliciano, D.V., Gentry LO:  Intra-abdominal infections -- an update.  J Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 9 (Supp. A) 107-113, 1982.
  14. Graham JM, Mattox KL, Feliciano D.V., DeBakey ME:  Vascular injuries of the axilla.  Ann Surg 195:232-238, 1982.
  15. Jaggers RC, Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Graham JM, DeBakey ME:  Injury to popliteal vessels.  Arch Surg 117:657-661, 1982.
  16. Graham JM, Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Beall AC Jr:  Innominate vascular injury.  J Trauma 22:647-655, 1982.
  17. Rapaport A, Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL:  An epidemiologic profile of urban trauma in America-Houston style.  Texas Medicine:  78:44-50, 1982.  (Winner of Harriet Cunningham Citation for Meritorious Scientific Writing, 1982).
  18. Mattox KL, Feliciano D.V.:  Role of external cardiac compression in truncal trauma.  J Trauma 22:934-936, 1982.
  19. Brown MF, Graham JM, Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Beall AC Jr, DeBakey ME:  Carotid artery injuries.  Am J Surg 144:748-753, 1982.
  20. Martin TD, Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Jordan GL Jr:  Severe duodenal injuries.  Treatment with pyloric exclusion and gastrojejunostomy.  Arch Surg 118:631-635, 1983.
  21. O’Gorman RB, Feliciano D.V., Bitondo CG, Mattox KL, Burch JM, Jordan GL Jr:  Emergency center arteriography in the evaluation of suspected peripheral vascular injuries.  Arch Surg 119:568-573, 1984.
  22. Feliciano D.V., Bitondo CG, Mattox KL, Burch JM, Jordan GL Jr, Beall AC Jr, DeBakey ME:  Civilian trauma in the 1980’s.  A 1-year experience with 456 vascular and cardiac injuries.  Ann Surg 199:717-724, 1984.
  23. Dichtel WJ, Miller RH, Woodson GE, Feliciano D.V., Hurt J:  Lateral mandibulotomy:  a technique of exposure of penetrating injuries of the internal carotid artery at the base of the skull.  Laryngoscope 94:1140-1144, 1984.
  24. Gentry LO, Feliciano D.V., Lea AS, Short HD, Mattox KL, Jordan GL Jr:  Perioperative antibiotic therapy for penetrating injuries of the abdomen.  Ann Surg 200:561-566, 1984.
  25. Feliciano D.V., Bitondo CG, Burch JM, Mattox KL, Jordan GL Jr, DeBakey ME:  Emergency management of perforated peptic ulcers in the elderly patient.  Am J Surg 148: 764-767, 1984.
  26. Feliciano D.V., Bitondo CG, Steed G, Mattox KL, Burch JM, Jordan GL Jr:  Five hundred open taps or lavages in patients with abdominal stab wounds.  Am J Surg 148:772-777, 1984.
  27. Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Graham JM, Bitondo CG:  Five-year experience with PTFE grafts in vascular wounds.  J Trauma 25:71-81, 1985.  Editorial--Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL:  The PTFE graft controversy.  J Trauma 25:81-82, 1985.
  28. Feliciano D.V., Bitondo CG, Mattox KL, Rumisek JD, Burch JM, Jordan GL Jr:  A four-year experience with splenectomy vs. splenorrhaphy.  Ann Surg 201:568-575, 1985.
  29. Mattox KL, Limacher MC, Feliciano D.V., Colosimo L, O’Meara ME, Beall AC Jr, DeBakey ME:  Cardiac evaluation following heart injury.  J Trauma 25:758-765, 1985.
  30. Feliciano D.V., Bitondo CG, Burch JM, Mattox KL Beall AC Jr, Jordan GL Jr:  Management of traumatic injuries to the extrahepatic  biliary ducts.  Am J Surg 150:705-709, 1985.
  31. Feliciano D.V., Bitondo CG, Mattox KL, Romo T, Burch JM, Beall AC Jr, Jordan GL Jr:  Combined tracheoesophageal injuries.  Am J Surg 150:710-715. 1985.
  32. Feliciano D.V., Coselli JS, Bitondo CG:  Bilateral external iliac artery injury from a single missile.  J Cardiovasc Surg 27:46-48, 1986.
  33. Accola KD, Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Burch JM, Beall AC Jr, Jordan GL Jr:  Management of injuries to the superior mesenteric artery.  J Trauma 26:313-319, 1986.
  34. O’Gorman RB, Feliciano D.V., Matthews KS, Matthews R, Bitondo CG, Mattox KL, Jordan GL Jr:  Correlation of immunologic and nutritional status with infectious complications after major abdominal trauma.  Surgery 99:549-556, 1986.
  35. Burch JM, Brock JC, Gevirtzman L, Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Jordan GL Jr, DeBakey ME:  The injured colon.  Ann Surg 203:701-711, 1986.
  36. Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Burch JM, Bitondo CG, Jordan GL Jr:  Packing for control of hepatic hemorrhage.  J Trauma 26:738-743, 1986.  (Discussion on ppp.751-753)
  37. O’Gorman RB, Feliciano D.V.: Arteriography performed in the emergency center.  Am J Surg 132:323-325, 1986.
  38. Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Jordan GL Jr, Burch JM, Bitondo CG, Cruse PA:  Management of 1000 consecutive cases of hepatic trauma (1979-1984).  Ann Surg 204:438-445, 1986.
  39. Feliciano D.V.:  Managing peripheral vascular trauma.  Infections in Surgery 5:659-669, 1986.
  40. Feliciano D.V., Bitondo CG, Cruse PA, Mattox KL, Burch JM, Beall AC Jr, Jordan GL Jr:  Liberal use of emergency center thoracotomy.  Am J Surg 152:654-659, 1986.
  41. Feliciano D.V., Gentry LO, Bitondo CG, Burch JM, Mattox KL, Cruse PA, Jordan GL Jr:  Single agent cephalosporin prophylaxis for penetrating abdominal trauma.  Results and comment on emergence of the enterococcus.   Am J Surg 152:674-681, 1986.
  42. Feliciano D.V., Martin TD, Cruse PA, Graham JM, Burch JM, Mattox KL, Bitondo CG, Jordan GL Jr:  Management of combined pancreatoduodenal injuries.  Ann Surg 205:673-680, 1987.
  43. Feliciano D.V., O’Gorman RB, Bitondo CG, Cruse PA, Matthews RH, Matthews KD:  Lymphocyte function and abdominal operations.  Trauma vs. elective surgery.  Arch Surg 122:697-701, 1987.
  44. Feliciano D.V., Cruse PA, Burch JM, Bitondo CG:  Delayed diagnosis of arterial injuries.  Am J Surg 154:579-584, 1987.
  45. Accola KD, Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL, Bitondo CG, Burch JM, Beall AC Jr, Jordan GL Jr:  Management of injuries to the suprarenal aorta.  Am J Surg 154:613-618, 1987.
  46. Feliciano D.V., Herskowitz K, O’Gorman RB, Cruse PA, Brandt ML, Burch JM, Mattox KL:  Management of vascular injuries in the lower extremities.  J Trauma 28:319-328, 1988.  (Discussion on pp 334-336)
  47. Burch JM, Agarwal R, Mattox KL, Feliciano D.V., Jordan GL Jr:  The treatment of crotalid envenomation without antivenin.  J Trauma 28:35-43, 1988.
  48. Feliciano D.V.:  Approach to major abdominal vascular injury.  J Vasc Surg 7:730-736, 1988.
  49. Burch JM, Feliciano D.V., Mattox KL:  The atriocaval shunt.  Facts and fiction.  Ann Surg 207:555-568, 1988.
  50. Feliciano D.V., Cruse PA, Mattox KL, Bitondo CG, Burch JM, Noon GP, Beall AC Jr.  Delayed diagnosis of the injuries to the diaphragm after penetrating wounds.  J Trauma 28:1135-1144, 1988.

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