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Program Director of the Surgical Scholars Program and the Director of the Center for Prospective Trials

Clinics

Clinics

Background Information

Employment History

Pediatric Surgeon
Children's Mercy Hospital

Program Director of the Pediatric Surgery Fellowship Program
Children's Mercy Hospital

Physician
Children's Mercy Hospital

Associate Professor of Surgery
University of Missouri-Kansas City

Affiliations

Chair of the Research Committee
International Pediatric Endosurgery Group

Board Member
Center for Prospective Clinical Trials

Education

M.D.

undergraduate degree
Zoology
University of Idaho

Medical degree

University of Washington School of Medicine

Web References (28 Total References)


Cureus | Cureus Editorial Board

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Shawn D. St Peter, M.D., is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, the Program Director of the Pediatric Surgery Fellowship Program at Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics, where he is also the Program Director of the Surgical Scholars Program and the Director of the Center for Prospective Trials.


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Shawn D. St. Peter

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Shawn D. St. Peter M.D. Pediatric Surgery
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Dr. St. Peter received his undergraduate degree in Zoology from the University of Idaho, and then continued his education, receiving his Medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine. He completed surgical residency at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale with a year of research at Oxford University in Oxford, England. He finished his training with a fellowship in Pediatric Surgery at Children's Mercy Hospital and Clinics where he has stayed on staff. Along with numerous past national and local professional responsibilities, Dr. St. Peter currently serves on the Outcomes and Clinical Trials Committee, American Pediatric Surgical Association, and the Publications Committee, International Pediatric Endosurgery Group (IPEG) and is the Chair of the Research Committee, International Pediatric Endosurgery Group (IPEG). At Children's Mercy, he currently serves as the program director for the pediatric surgery fellowship as well as the surgical scholar program. Since his initial appointment at Children's Mercy he has been the Director of the Center for Prospective Trials, which he founded in 2006. Dr. St. Peter is the recipient of several honors and awards, the most recent including the Golden Apple Mercy Mentor Award, the IRCAD Award for the Best Clinical Paper (IPEG), Kansas City Star Top Doctors- Children's Mercy Representative, Rosenkrantz Research Award: Best Clinical Paper (AAP), the Kansas City Surgical Society Research Award, The Children's Mercy Hospital Fellow Research Award and the Best Prospective Trial Design, Clinical Trials Course of ACS. He has received external funding as a principal investigator on Foundation Grants (e.g.," Assessment of Biliary Anatomy After Adult-to-adult Living Donor Hepatectomy", and "Improving Children's Pain Assessment Following Surgery", as well as numerous prospective trials. The Center for Prospective Trials has initiated over 20 prospective, randomized trials, 11 of which are in print. Dr. St. Peter has published over 200 peer-reviewed original articles, in addition to the extensive publication of reviews, chapters, abstracts, posters, and the national and international contribution of lectures and presentations.


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"I would say this study is definitive, after 110 observations in each group and absolutely no differences between groups in outcomes, that a moderate volume of saline irrigation does not affect outcome during laparoscopic appendectomy for perforated appendicitis in children," said Shawn D. St. Peter, MD, director of the Center for Prospective Clinical Trials and a pediatric surgeon at Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Mo. The results, however, cannot be extrapolated to other contaminated cases, he cautioned.

The debate over irrigation of the peritoneal cavity has gone on for more than a century, with the first reports of irrigation dating back to 1906. However, robust studies in patients with perforated appendicitis are few and all previous studies were conducted in the pre-laparoscopic era. Anecdotal reports suggest surgeons are split over whether to irrigate for a perforated appendix.
Dr. St. Peter and his colleagues designed a prospective, randomized trial to compare the effects of irrigation with those of suction alone during laparoscopic appendectomy in children with perforated appendicitis. Perforation was defined as stool in the abdomen or a hole in the appendix.


General and Thoracic Surgery

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Shawn St. Peter, MD

Director, Center for Prospective Clinical Trials; Associate Professor of Surgery, UMKC School of Medicine


Shawn St. Peter , MD ...

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Shawn St. Peter , MD

Director, Center for Prospective Clinical Trials; Assistant Professor of Surgery, UMKC School of Medicine

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