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David Orban

David Orban

Contact Info

  • One Davis Blvd., #504
    Tampa FL 33606
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  • Academic Phone: (813) 627-5931
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  • MD, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, 1974


  • Member (Hillsborough County Medical Society, 1997 - Present)
  • Member (Florida Association of EMS Medical Directors, 1983 - Present)
  • Member (Florida Medical Association, 1982 - Present)
  • Member (American Medical Association, 1980 - Present)
  • Member (Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 1979 - Present)
  • Member (American College of Emergency Physicians, 1975 - Present)
  • Member (Tau Beta Pi Honor Society, 1970 - Present)
  • Member (Sigma Pi Sigma Honor Society, 1961 - Present)

Recent Publications

  • Kellum JA, Chawla LS, Keener C, Singbartl K, Palevsky PM, Pike FL, Yealy DM, Huang DT, Angus DC. The Effects of Alternative Resuscitation Strategies on Acute Kidney Injury in Patients with Septic Shock. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 193(3) : 281-7, 2016.
  • Orban DJ & Langland-Orban B. Policy Brief: Overuse of Emergency Departments by Uninsured Psychiatric Patients. Submitted to the Florida College o Emergency Physicians and the Florida. , 2015.
  • , Yealy DM, Kellum JA, Huang DT, Barnato AE, Weissfeld LA, Pike F, Terndrup T, Wang HE, Hou PC, LoVecchio F, Filbin MR, Shapiro NI, Angus DC. A randomized trial of protocol-based care for early septic shock. The New England journal of medicine. 370(18) : 1683-93, 2014.
  • Drukteinis DA, O''Keefe K, Sanson T, Orban D. Preparing emergency physicians for malpractice litigation: a joint emergency medicine residency-law school mock trial competition. The Journal of Emergency Medicine. 46(1) : 95-103, 2014.
  • Paula R, Peckler B, Nguyen M, Orban D, Butler T. Catastrophic complications of intravenous promethazine. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine. 28(4) : 535.e1-4, 2010.