Dr. Luis Felipe Jurado-Camacho
Interdepartmental Division of Critical Care Medicine, University of Toronto
Respiratory Intensive Care Unit, National Institute of Respiratory Diseases, México.
Intensive Care Unit, National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition, México.
Born and raised in a sub-andean valley in south america (Tarija) He graduated from medical school and completed his training in Internal Medicine/Critical Care at Higher University of San Andrés, La Paz – Bolivia. Then he moved to México in 2016 and pursued a Respiratory Critical Care Fellow at the National Institute of Respiratory Diseases in México; and obtained his Master’s degree in Medical Sciences at the National Autonomous University of México. He is currently Clinical Associate of the Respiratory ICU at National Institute of Respiratory Diseases and the ICU at the National Institute of Medical Sciences in México. He aims to complete his fellowship at the Interdepartmental Division of Critical Care Medicine of the University of Toronto with special interest in ECLS and Lung transplant.
Area of interests /Research
- Immunocompromised critically ill (HIV).
- Acute on chronic respiratory failure (Interstitial Lung Disease)
- Lung transplant
- ARDS (peep titration)
- Mechanical ventilation in ECLS
Cinema – literature