Bio – Hayashi, Michael


Michael S. Hayashi, M.D.


Title:   Associate Program Director General Surgery Residency Program, Core Faculty Surgical Critical Care Fellowship, Transitional Year Program Surgical Representative, Assistant Clinical Professor, Trauma Medical Director The Queen’s Medical Center, COT Region 9 State of Hawaii Chair
Specialty:   Trauma, Surgical Critical Care, General Surgery

Dr. Hayashi received his medical degree from the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine. He then completed General Surgery Residency at the University of California, Irvine before returning home to Hawaii for fellowship training in Surgical Critical Care. An avid educator, he promotes critical thinking at all levels of training.

Publications:

“Persistently High Albumin Leak is Associated with Mortality”
Harvey S, McKnight C, Musikasinthorn C, Inouye D, Hayashi M, Nakagawa K, Takanishi D and Yu M.
Society of Critical Care Medicine 44th Annual Congress
Phoenix, Arizona. Oral presentation by Scott Harvey, MD. January 18, 2015.

“Central Venous Pressure: Is it an Accurate Reflection of Intravascular Volume Status?”
McKnight C, Musikasinthorn C, Harvey S, Inouye D, Hayashi M, Morikawa N, Nakamura C, Yu M.
Society of Critical Care Medicine 44th Annual Congress
Phoenix, Arizona. Oral presentation by C. Lindsay McKnight, MD. January 18, 2015.

“Comparison of Cardiac Index from Pulmonary Artery Catheter and FloTrac in Sepsis and Cardiovascular Collapse”
Saguan N, Wildenberg S, Hayashi MS, Inouye D, Takanishi D, Kuroda J, Takiguchi S, Yu M.
Society of Critical Care Medicine, 43rd Annual Congress
San Francisco, California. Poster presentation by Nicholas Saguan, MD. January 10, 2014

“Hypothyroidism and Critical Illness-Related Corticosteroid Insufficiency (CIRCI) in Subjects with Severe Sepsis/Septic Shock”
Wildenberg S, Saguan N, Inouye D, Hayashi MS, Takanishi D, Takiguchi S, Nakamura C, Yu M.
Society of Critical Care Medicine, 43rd Annual Congress
San Francisco, California. Poster presentation by Sara Wildenberg, MD. January 11, 2014

“Brain-type natriuretic peptide and right ventricular end-diastolic volume index measurements are imprecise estimates of circulating blood volume in critically ill subjects.”
Takahashi E, Moran S, Hayashi MS, Inouye D, Takanishi D, Yu M.
J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2013 Nov;75(5):813-8.
PMID: 24158199

“Tissue perfusion measurements and mortality in the critically ill”
Inouye D, Hayashi MS, Takiguchi S, Nakamura C, Takanishi