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
 

Supervising Physician

William L. Craig, III, MD

William L. Craig, III, MD

Clinical Specialties

Knee, Shoulder & Elbow, Sports Medicine

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