- PROFESSOR Surgery
Dr. Herbert Dardik is Chief of the Department of Surgery and Chief of Vascular Surgery at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. He is also Director of the Vascular Fellowship Training Program. Dr. Dardik received his medical degree from NYU School of Medicine and completed his internship and residency at Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center in the Bronx. Dr. Dardik holds appointments as Clinical Professor of Surgery at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
In addition to an active clinical practice and teaching, Dr. Dardik has published extensively in vascular surgery. He has authored 2 books, 44 chapter contributions and 156 articles. He has been an invited speaker at national and international meetings. He holds memberships in regional and national professional societies and has served as President of the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery, the Eastern Vascular Society and the Vascular Society of New Jersey.
Dr. Dardik is a leader in the practice of limb salvage surgery and is a renowned educator of surgeons nationally and worldwide. He was awarded the American Medical Association's Hektoen Gold Medal Award for developing the umbilical vein graft, now used worldwide to salvage limbs of the lower extremities. He also developed the everted cervical vein patch method, which facilitates the performance of carotid endarterectomy and the distal arteriovenous fistula (dAVF), a procedure that potentiates lower limb prosthetic graft patency. In 2002, The Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery conferred a Lifetime Achievement Award to Dr. Dardik in recognition of his contributions to both the society and vascular surgery.
Scientific Paper Award
Vascular Society of New Jersey and The Academy of Medicine of New Jersey - 24th Annual Symposium. Englewood, NJ
Allastair Karmody Award
30th Annual Symposium on Vascular Surgery, Las Vegas, NV
Lifetime Achievement Award
29th Annual Symposium on Vascular Surgery, Boca Raton, FL
SCVS 27th Annual Symposium on Vascular Surgery, Lake Buena Vista, FL
Mediterranean Congress of Angiology and Vascular Surgery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Physician's Recognition Award
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, Englewood, New Jersey
Honoree - 10th Annual Vascular Fellows Abstract Presentation (Herbert Dardik Awards)
Postgraduate Surgical Education - Award Plaque
Vascular Society of New Jersey
Outstanding Scientific Exhibit
N Car Med Society
Hektoen Gold Metal
Amer Med Assoc
Phi Beta Kappa
Founder's Day Award
Wortis Biological Prize
Sandham Medical Preparatory Fellowship
George Schwartz Prize in Biology
1952 - 1956
Saber A, Dardik H, Ibrahim IM, Wolodiger F. The Milk Rejection Sign: A Natural Tumor Marker. Am Surg 1996; 62: 998-999.
Dardik H. The Threatened Limb. Science & Medicine 1997; 4: 44-53.
Dardik H, Wolodiger F, Silvestri F, Sussman B, Kahn M, Wengerter K, Ibrahim I. Clinical Experience with Everted Cervical Vein as Patch Material After Carotid Endarterectomy. J Vas Surg 1997; 25: 545-553.
Silvestri F, Dardik H, Rabinowitz D, Robertson J, Ibrahim IM. Temporary Axillofemoral Shunt for Renal Transplant Preservation During Aortic Thromboendarterectomy . Vasc Surg 1997; 31: 457-461.
Ibrahim IM, Wengerter KR, Silvestri F, Kahn M, Wolodiger F, Sussman B, Dardik H. Endoscopic Perforator Ligation for Venous Stasis Disease: Value of Intraoperative Ultrasound Guidance. Vasc Surg 1997; 31: 595-599.
Simonian GT, Dardik H, Hallac D, Mazziotta R, Ibrahim IM, Stahl R. Hemodynamic and Histopathologic Effects of Hydroxyethyl Starch and Superoxide Dismutase Following Splanchnic Arterial Occlusion in a Murine Model. Vasc Surg 1997; 31: 645-656.
Dardik H, Silvestri F, Rabinowitz D, Ibrahim IM, Kahn M. Preliminary Experience with a Self-Centering Expandable Valvulotome for In Situ Vein Reconstruction . Vasc Surg 1997; 31: 745-750.
Patel KR, Rabinowitz D, Hastings B, Dardik H. Femorocaval Bypass with Femoral Crossover Bypass for Iliofemoral and Caval Occlusion . J Vas Surg 1997; 26: 989-993.
Dardik H, Silvestri F, Alasio T, Berry S, Hallac R, Laudito A, Ibrahim IM. Extraanatomic Renal Revascularization: Surgical and Anatomic Variations. Vasc Surg 1998; 32: 87-96.
Yoshida WB, Alasio T, Mazziotta R, Qin F, Kashani M, Lee S, Dardik H. Effect of a-Tocopherol, Taurine and Selenium on the Attenuation of Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury of Splanchnic Organs. Cardiovasc Surg 1998; 6: 178-187.
Lin JC, Dardik H, Sussman B, Sanchez MA. Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma Arising in an Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma of the Male Breast. Surgical Rounds 1999; 22: 557-560.
Dardik H, Shander A, Dardik S, Silvestri F, Ciervo A, Benotti P. Portal Mesenteric Shunting for Reconstruction of the Visceral Venous System. J Am Coll Surg 2000; 191: 469-473.
Ciervo A, Dardik H, Qin F, Silvestri F, Wolodiger F, Hastings B, Lee S, Pangilinan A, Wengerter K. The Tourniquet Revisited as an Adjunct to Lower Limb Revascularization. J Vas Surg 2000; 31: 436-442.
Dardik H. The Tourniquet as a Routine Adjunct in Lower Limb Revascularization. Acta Chirurgica Belgica 2000; 100: 194-197.
Georges R, Lipman S, Silvestri F, Sussman B, Dardik H. Endovascular treatment of mycotic hepatic artery aneurysm in the hostile abdomen: A case report. Vas Surg 2001; 35: 477-481.
Qin F, Dardik H, Pangilinan A, Robinson J, Chuy J, Wengerter K. Remodeling and suppression of intimal hyperplasia of vascular grafts in a rat model. J Vas Surg 2001; 34: 701-706.
Ciervo A, Pangilinan A, Kahn M, Dardik H. Absence of the brachial artery: Report of a rare human variation and review of upper extremity arterial anomalies. J Vas Surg 2001; 33: 191-194.
Dardik H, Wengerter K, Qin F, Pangilinan A, Silvestri F, Wolodiger F, Kahn M, Sussman B, Ibrahim I. Comparative decades of experience with glutaraldehyde-tanned human umbilical cord vein graft for lower limb revascularization: An analysis of 1,275 cases. J Vas Surg 2002; 35: 64-71.
Qin F, Impeduglia T, Schaffer P, Dardik H. Overexpression of von Willebrand factor is an independent risk factor for pathogenesis of intimal hyperplasia: Preliminary studies. J Vas Surg 2003; 37: 433-439.
Halm E, Chassin M, Tuhrim S, Hollier L, Popp J, Ascher E, Dardik H, Faust G, Riles T. Revisiting the Appropriateness of Carotid Endarterectomy. Stroke 2003;: 1464-1472.
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