Clinical Associate Professor
Thomas Klumpner, MD is a fellowship trained obstetric anesthesiologist. He specializes in anesthesia for high-risk obstetrics and fetal surgery. Dr. Klumpner’s research interests involve using technology to detect complications of childbirth before they become life-threatening. He led a multidisciplinary effort at the University of Michigan to develop an automated electronic maternal early warning system. He also serves as the Assistant Director of Informatics and Systems Improvement for the Department of Anesthesiology where he uses his expertise with computer programming and web development to improve the care of patients within our health system.
Funded 2019 Investigators Award -- "Developing an Early Warning System for Treatment of Postpartum Hemmorhage Using Time-Series Machine Learning Models"
Other | Postpartum hemmorhage
- Quantitative studies of psychoanalytic transcripts using data that can be processed with a personal computer safely shared
- Interscapular pain associated with neuraxial labour analgesia: a case series
- Use of a novel electronic maternal surveillance system to generate automated alerts on the labor and delivery unit