Paul Netzel, NP 336.768.1270

Paul Netzel, NP

Locations

Education

  • West Chester University - B.S. in Nursing
  • University of Kentucky - Masters of Science in Nursing
  • University of Kentucky - Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Doctorate
  • Northern Kentucky University - Nurse Practitioner Advancement (Acute Care to Family NP)
 

Research

RESEARCH AND EXTERNAL SUPPORT

  • Key Personnel: College of Medicine funded, Multidisciplinary Value Program (MVP): “EMG (Electromyography) Feedback Facilitated Physical Therapy in Mechanically Ventilated Patients”. Apr, 2017 – Apr, 2018
  • Key Personnel: IRB: 16-0854-F6A: “Determination of the Relationship of Muscle Strength to Functional Capacity in Outpatients with Pulmonary Disease”. Oct, 2016 – Apr, 2018
  • Key Personnel: IRB: 12-0807-F6A: “Effects of All-Stim 2 Quadriceps Treatments on Limb Muscle Strength in Mechanically Ventilated Patients”. Mar, 2017 – Apr, 2018
  • Key Personnel: IRB: 16-0377-PIG: “Effects of Physical Therapy on Mechanically Ventilated Patients”. Oct, 2016 – Apr, 2018
  • Key Personnel: NIH Grant 5R01HL113494-04, a randomized control trial: “Treatment of Skeletal Muscle Dysfunction in ICU Patients”.

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Paul Netzel (2012). Health Problems Associated with Aging. In J.G. Foster and S. S. Prevost (Eds) Advanced Practice Nursing of Adults in Acute Care. pp 70-96. Philadelphia, Pa: F.A. Davis Company

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Gerald S. Supinski, Paul F. Netzel, Emily N Valentine and Leigh Ann Callahan. (2017). Abstract – Muscle Activation Assessed with Electromyography is Suboptimal During Physical Therapy in Mechanically Ventilated Patients. FASEB J April 2017 31:1020.20
  • Supinski, G.S., Laghi, F., Netzel, P., and Callahan, L.A. NMES Treatment Increases Non-volitionally Assessed Quadriceps Force Generation of Mechanically Ventilated Patients. (Manuscript in preparation for publication - 2018).
  • Supinski GS, Valentine E, Netzel P, Uhl T, Laghi F, & Callahan LA. Standard Physical Therapy Does Not Increase Quadriceps Strength in Mechanically Ventilated Patients. (Manuscript in preparation for publication - 2018).

ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS

  • Supinski, G.S., Netzel, P., & Callahan, L.A. Limb Muscle Weakness in ICU Patients is More Severe than Previously Reported. Accepted for poster discussion session American Thoracic Society conference, May 2018
  • Netzel, P., Supinski, G.S., Valentine, E., & Callahan, L.A. Healthcare Providers Overestimate Responses to Physical Therapy. Presented at: Veterans Administration Medical Center, Lexington KY and American Thoracic Society conference, Washington D.C. May, 2018
  • Valentine, E., Supinski, G.S., Netzel, P., & Callahan, L.A. Physical Therapy Fails to improve Quadriceps Muscle Strength in Mechanically Ventilated Patients. Presented at: Veterans Administration Medical Center, Lexington KY and American Thoracic Society conference, Washington D.C. May, 2017
  • Supinski, G.S., Valentine, E., Netzel, P., & Callahan, L.A. Effect of Physical Therapy on Respiratory Parameters in Mechanically Ventilated Patients. Presented at: Veterans Administration Medical Center, Lexington KY and American Thoracic Society conference, Washington D.C. May, 2017
  • Gerald S. Supinski, Paul F. Netzel, Emily N Valentine and Leigh Ann Callahan. Diaphragm Weakness in Critically Ill Patients. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology conference, Chicago, IL Apr, 2017
  • G.S. Supinski, P. Netzel, L.A. Callahan. Diaphragm Weakness in Mechanically Ventilated MICU Patients. Presented at Veterans Administration Medical Center, Lexington KY. May, 2016
 
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