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Martin Harrington

  • ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROFESSOR Surgery, Vascular Surgery
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Specialty

Certifications

  • Am Board of Surgery (Sub: General Vascular Surg)

  • American Board of Surgery

  • Hematology

  • American Board of Internal Medicine

Education

  • MD, Harvard Medical School

  • Residency, Internal Medicine
    St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Ctr.

  • Residency, Internal Medicine
    St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Ctr.

  • Residency, Surgery
    Mount Sinai Hospital

  • Fellowship, Hematology-Oncology
    Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Ctr.

  • Fellowship, Surgical Oncology
    Memorial Sloan-Kettering

  • Fellowship, Vascular Surgery
    Mount Sinai Hospital

Biography

    Dr. Martin Harrington has been on the faculty of The Mount Sinai Hospital since 1989. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Columbia College and graduate of the Harvard Medical School. He completed his surgical residency and vascular fellowship at The Mount Sinai Medical Center and Memorial Sloan Kettering. Dr. Harrington serves on the council of the New York Vascular Society. He holds American board of surgery certification in general surgery and added qualifications in vascular surgery. Prior to his surgical training Dr. Harrington completed training in internal medicine and hematology. His areas of interest include peripheral vascular disease and limb salvage, aortic and peripheral aneurysms. Carotid disease. Venous disease, and vascular access for chemotherapy and dialysis, and nutritional support.

Publications

Cohn KH, Welt S, Banner WP, Harrington ME, Yeh S, Sakamoto J, Cardon-Cardo C, Daly J, Kennedy N, Cohen A, Lloyd K, Decosse OH, Old L. Localization of Radioiodinated Monoclonal Antibody in Colorectal Cancer. Archives of Surgery 1987 December; 122: 1425-1429.

Harrington EB, Harrington ME, Schanzer H, Haimov M. End Stage renal disease - is lower extremity revascularization justified. J Vascular Surgery 1990; 12: 691-695.

Harrington ME, Schwartz ME, Miller CM, Harrington EB. Expanded indications for laser-assisted ballons angioplasty in peripheral arterial disease. J Vascular Surgery 1990; 11(1): 146-155.

Schwartz ME, Harrington EB, Harrington ME, Einhorn T, Haimov ME. Above Knee Amputation In Patients following prosthetic hip surgery. J Vasc Surg 1990; 11(3): 480-481.

Mitty HA, Saborne T, Harrington ME, Harrington EB. Thermal laser angioplasty. Seminars in Interventional Radiology 1991; 8(2): 100-110.

Newman LG, Walter J, Palestro CJ, Schwartz M, Klein M, Hermann G, Harrington EB, Harrington M, Roman SH, Stagnaro-Green A. Unsuspected osteomyelitis in diabetic foot ulcers. Diagnosis and monitoring by leukocyte scanning with indium in 111 oxyquinoline. JAMA 1991 Sep 4; 266(9): 1246-1251.

Newman LG, Waller J, Palestro CJ, Schwartz M, Klein MJ, Herman G, Harrington EB, Harrington ME, Roman SH, Stagnaro-Green AS. Detection of osteomyelitis associated with diabeticfoot ulcers. (Letter to the Editor). J American Medical Association 1992; 267: 510-511.

Newman LG, Waller J, Palestro CJ, Herman G, Klein MJ, Schwartz M, Harrington EB, Harrington ME, Roman SH, Stagnaro-Green AS. Leukocyte scanning with in -111 Oxyquinolone is superior to magnetic resonance imaging in the diagnosis of clinically unsuspected osteomyelitis in diabetic foot ulcers. Diabetes Care 1992 Nov; 15(11): 1527-1530.

Harrington EB, Harrington ME, Schanzer H, Jacobson JH, Haimov M. The Dorsalis Pedis Bypass: Moderate Success in Difficult Situations. J Vasc Surg 1992 Feb; 15(2): 409-416.

Harrington ME, Harrington EB, Haimov M, Schanzer H, Jacobson J. Axillo-lliofemoral versus Femorofemoral by-pass: The case for an individualized approach. J Vasc Surg 1992; 16(6): 841-854.

Harrington ME, Harrington EB, Haimov M, Schanzer H, Jacobson 2nd JH. Axillofemoral bypass: Compromised bypass for compromised patients. J Vasc Surg 1994 Aug; 20(2): 195-201.

Harrington ME, Harrington EB. A current view of options in the management of Unilateral lliac Occulsive Disease. Ann Vascular Surgery 1994 March; 7: 45-53.

Newton C, Harrington EB, Harrington ME, Schanzer H, Newman LG. Diabetic Foot Ulcers are associated with impaired cutaneous microcirculatory flow. Diabetes 1996; 45(Suppl.): 108A.

Schanzer H, Skyladnay M, Knight R, Harrington EB, Harrington ME, Haimov M. Pathogensis of upper extremity ischemic following angroacess surgery. Quality Medical Pulishing 1996; 7: 463-467.

Industry Relationships

Physicians and scientists on the faculty of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai often interact with pharmaceutical, device and biotechnology companies to improve patient care, develop new therapies and achieve scientific breakthroughs. In order to promote an ethical and transparent environment for conducting research, providing clinical care and teaching, Mount Sinai requires that salaried faculty inform the School of their relationships with such companies.

Dr.Harrington is not currently required to report Industry relationships.

Mount Sinai's faculty policies relating to faculty collaboration with industry are posted on our website at http://icahn.mssm.edu/about-us/services-and-resources/faculty-resources/handbooks-and-policies/faculty-handbook. Patients may wish to ask their physician about the activities they perform for companies.

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