Fulvia M Milite, MD
- ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROFESSOR (PENDING) | Medicine, Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine
Dr. Fulvia Milite graduated from Albert Einstein Medical College and completed her internal medicine internship and residency, including a full year as chief resident, at Einstein’s Weiler Hospital/Bronx Municipal Hospital. She then went on to pursue specialty training in pulmonary medicine and critical care medicine at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. She also trained in sleep medicine at St. Luke’s Sleep Disorder Institute before entering private practice in Westchester, NY, for five years.
Presently, Dr. Milite is the Associate Director, Sleep Disorders Program. In this capacity, she organizes a sleep program that provides patient care and training for medical students. Dr. Milite is also Medical Director of the Sleep Wellness Center of New York, Minoela, where she is responsible for inpatient and outpatient pulmonary medicine and the teaching of residents and fellows.
Sleep Disorder Breathing
Dr. Milite’s research interests include sleep disordered breathing, specifically as it relates to heart disease and maximizing patient compliance with therapy for sleep disordered breathing. She has coauthored articles addressing respiratory emergency response, radiation-related bronchiolitis and breath-diffusing capacity in emphysema patients. She has also served as sub-investigator of an efficacy and safety study of drotrecogin alpha (activated) in adult patients with early stage severe sepsis, and was a sub-investigator for a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of prophylactic heparin in patients with severe sepsis and higher disease severity undergoing treatment with drotrecogin alpha (activated).
Aurora RN, Milite F, Carlon G. Preventing renal failure in the critically ill patient. Crit Care Med. 1999 Sep;27(9):2044-2045. .;.
Aurora R, Milite F, Vander Els NJ. Respiratory emergencies. Semin Oncol. 2000 Jun;27(3):256-69. Review..;.
Stover DE, Milite F, Zakowski M. A newly recognized syndrome: radiation-related bronchiolitis obliterans and organizing pneumonia. A case report and literature review. Respiration. 2001;68(5):540-4..;.
Milite F, Lederer DJ, Fani Pi, Mooney AM, Weingarten JA, Basner RC. Quantification of single-breath underestimation of lung volume in emphysema. Respir Physiol Neurobiol. 10.1016/j.resp.2008.12.009..;.
Weingarten JA, Lederer DJ, Ozturk E, Milite F, Mooney AM, Thomashow BM, Basner RC. A comparison of single breath and re-breathe diffusing capacity in emphysema patients and controls. Respir Physiol Neurobiol. 2012 May 24..;.