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View Dr. Bond's full list of publications from PubMed.
Geoff Bond, MD is a surgical co-director of the Intestinal Care and Rehabilitation Center at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. He contributes to a multicenter study assessing the efficacy and utility of a new gut hormone to stimulate growth in TPN dependent short bowel syndrome patients. This may help patients come off TPN and avoid transplantation.
Dr. Bond’s research focuses on intestinal and multivisceral transplantation in adults and children to further develop the field and make it more widely applicable. This has involved constant modifications in patient management, surgical techniques, and in particular immunosuppressive strategies, including comparing previous protocols, irradiation of the intestinal allograft, and the latest tolerogenic strategy.
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Total Comments: 8
We were referred to this provider by a Pediatric Alliance. Dr. Bond was professional and went above and beyond to make us feel at ease and answer all of our question.
very prompt appointment for her issue.
examined and talked to me thoroughly about the issues I found regarding my child and pursued further with an ultrasound to confirm what was wrong and give me peace of mind.
We had been scheduled for ultrasound at 8:40. was told when we were done they would put him throw to be seen by a Dr. But found out that my son's appt. was not till 11. And the Dr. was late ! We did not get seen till 12:30. We spent the day there from 8 -1, with a 7year old , 3 year old and 9 months. my husband and I were not happy. If we were told what was going on we would of went and feed the kids or did something to keep them bizzy. But the nurses just said the Dr. Will be in soon. wish we were told the truth. Not happy with yesterday!!!
wait time was long. Appointment for 3 and did not see physician until 3:30. However I really liked Dr. Bond and was pleased with overall visit and plan of care. My daughter felt comfortable with him as well.
Appointment went well, additional tests were ordered, provider assured us they would get to bottom of current issues.
Dr.Bond was patient and amazing with my son. He too the tone to look at additional medical problems my son had that we did not come to him for.
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