(*Significant contribution as co-senior author, students underlined)

  1. Eamer Gj,  Brisebois R, Clement F, Khadaroo RG, Surgical costs increase with age in emergency but not elective general surgery. Canadian Journal of Surgery 60:4 (Suppl 1) S131, August 2017.
  2. Pederson JL, Padwal RS, Wagg A, Holroyd-Leduc JM, Wang X, Majumdar SR, Khadaroo RG. Delayed mobilization and length of stay in elderly surgical patients: prospective cohort study. 21st IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, San Francisco, CA, July 23-27, 2017.
  3. Eamer GJ, Saravana-Bawan B, Van Der Westhuizen, Chambers T, Ohinmaa A, Khadaroo RG. Economic Evaluations of Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment in Surgical Patients: A Systematic Review. Academic Surgical Congress. Feb 2017.
  4. Eamer GJ, Taheri A, Chen SS. Daviduck Q, Champers T, Khadaroo RG. Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment Improves Surgical Outcomes: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Academic Surgical Congress. Feb 2017.
  5. Li Y, Pederson JL, Churchill TA, Waag AS, Holroyd-Leduc JS, Alagiakrishnan K, Padwal RS, Khadaroo RG. Pre-Admission Frailty Predicts Post-Discharge Adverse Events in Acute Care Surgery Patients. Academic Surgical Congress. Feb 2017.
  6. McComb A, McNeely M, Khadaroo R. Elder-friendly Approaches to the Surgical Environment: Bedside Reconditioning for Functional Improvements. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 48 (5 Suppl 1): 68, May 2016.
  7. Eamer GJ, Warkentin LM, Churchill TA, Clement F, Khadaroo RG. Post-Operative Costs to the Elderly Following Emergency Surgery; A Perspective Cost Analysis. Academic Surgical Congress, http://www.asc-abstracts.org/#65.14, Feb 2016.
  8. Alkathiri O, Salim SY, Warkentin LM, Gallivan A, Tandon P, Churchill TA, Baracos VE, Khadaroo RG. Ultrasound of Thigh Muscle Can Predict Frailty in Elderly Patients bu Not Sarcopenia. Academic Surgical Congress, http://www.asc-abstracts.org/#11.16, Feb 2016.
  9. Salim SY, Young PY, Li Y, Churchill TA, Khadaroo RG. Urine Intestinal Fatty Acid Binding Protein (I-FABP) Predicts Acute Mesenteric Ischemia in Patients. Academic Surgical Congress, http://www.asc-abstracts.org/#46.06, Feb 2016.
  10. AlMalki N, Salim SY, Emberg M, Churchill TA, Khadaroo RG. OSMR Deficiency Provides Protection in Sepsis-Induced Morbidity & Mortality in both Young and Adult Mice. American College of Surgeons, 221 (4) e8, Oct 2015.
  11. Alkathiri O, Salim SY, Churchill TA, Tandon P, Khadaroo RG. Ultrasound Diagnosis of Sarcopenia is Predictive of Post-Operative Complications. American College of Surgeons, 221 (4) e18, Oct 2015.
  12. AlMalki N, Salim SY, Churchill TA, Khadaroo RG. Deficiency in Oncostatin M Receptor Results in Improved Survival in Older Mice Following Sepsis Through Down-Regulation of IL-10. Surgical Infections, 16 (S1), S-10, Apr 2015.
  13. Salim SYAlMalki NKhadaroo RG, Churchill T. Oncostatin M Receptor Deficiency Results in Improved Survival in Older Mice Following Sepsis Through Down-Regulation of IL-10. Surgical Infections, 16 (S1), S-10, Apr 2015.
  14. Salim SY, Al-Malki N, Churchill TA, Khadaroo RG. Oncostatin M Receptor Deficiency Protects Against Sepsis in Older Mice. Academic Surgical Congress, #61.16, 72, Feb 2015.
  15. Warkentin LM, Ali TF, Gazala S, Wagg A, Padwal R, Khadaroo RG. Change in Functional Status and Quality of Life in Elders Admitted to an Acute Care Surgery Service. Academic Surgical Congress, #64.19 75, Feb 2015.
  16. Pedrycz B, Young PY, Compston CA, Luyckx V. Ho J, Mas V, Zhu LF, Grynoch D, Khadaroo RG, Mueller TF. Oncostatin M receptor is sensitive and early marker of kidney injury. Swiss Medical Weekly. 144 (Suppl. 208): 20S, Nov. 2014.
  17. Khadaroo RG, Young PY, Mian QN, Young JC, Compston CA, Mueller, TF.  Oncostatin M Primes Macrophages for an Enhanced Pro-Inflammatory Response.  American College of Surgeons, 219 3S: S42, Sept 2014.
  18. Young PY, Salim SY, Compston CA, Mueller TF, Khadaroo RG. Oncostatin M modulates early inflammatory responses in a fluid resuscitated model of sepsis. Canadian Journal of Surgery. 57 (4 Suppl. 1): S115, Aug. 2014.
  19. Young PY, Salim SY, Compston CA, Mueller TF, Khadaroo RG.  Oncostatin M modulates immune cell recruitment and bacterial translocation in a murine model of sepsis.  Surgical Infections. 15(Suppl 1): S16, Apr 2014.
  20. Young PY, Mueller TF, Luyckx VA, Compston CA, Churchill TA, Khadaroo RG. Oncostatin M modulates the inflammatory response in intestinal ischemia reperfusion injury. Journal of Surgical Research. 186 (2): 510, Feb 2014.
  21. Du Y, Baracos VE, Karvellas CJ, Williams DC, Khadaroo RG.  Sarcopenia is a Predictor of Outcomes in Very Elderly Patients Undergoing Emergency Surgery.  Journal of Surgical Research.  186(2): 675, Feb 2014.
  22. Lees M, Merani S, Tauh K, Khadaroo RGPerioperative Factors Predicting Poor Outcome in Elderly Patients Following Emergency General Surgery: A Multivariate Analysis Study.  Journal of Surgical Research. 186(2): 687, Feb 2014.
  23. Young PY, Mian QN, Compston CA, Mueller TF, Khadaroo RG.  The Role of Oncostatin M in macrophage activation. Canadian Journal of Surgery. 56 (4 Suppl. 3): S83, Aug. 2013
  24. Young PY, Mian QN, Compston CA, Mueller TF, Khadaroo RG.Oncostatin M primes macrophage-epithelial cell interactions to lipopolysaccharide.  Surgical Infections.  14 (Suppl 1): S11, Apr 2013.
  25. Young PY, Mueller TF, Lucykx VA, Lukowski CM, Compston CA, Churchill TA, Khadaroo RG, Oncostatin M receptor deficiency results in increased mortality in an intestinal ischemia reperfusion model in mice. Canadian Journal of Surgery. 55(4 Suppl.1) Aug. 2012.
  26. Payne JRM, Widder S, Tul Y, Primrose M, Hudson D, Khadaroo RG.  Acute surgical outcomes in the 80 plus population.Canadian Journal of Surgery. 55(4 Suppl.1) Aug. 2012.
  27. Merani S, Switzer N, Tul Y, Khadaroo RG, Widder S.  Predicting discharge of elderly patients to prehospitalization residence following emergency general surgery. Canadian Journal of Surgery. 55(4 Suppl.1) Aug. 2012.
  28. Young PY,Pedrycz B, Lucykx VA, Compston CA, Lukowski CM, Mueller TF, Khadaroo RG. Oncostatin M receptor deficiency provides a survival advantage in a septic shock model. Surgical Infections. 13 (Suppl 1): S12, Apr. 2012.
  29. Young PY, Groeneveld A, Chan P, Smith S, Khadaroo RG:  Risk factors for surgical site infections following colon surgery: a retrospective chart review.  Canadian Journal of Surgery.  54 (Suppl): S17, Aug. 11.
  30. Khadaroo RG, Lukowski CM, Churchill TA, Fedorak RN, Madsen KL:  Metabolomic profiling to characterize acute intestinal ischemia/reperfusion injury.  Surgical Infections. 12 (S1): S-32, Apr. 11
  31. Khadaroo RG, Fortis S, Streutker C, Zhang H.  Ileal fatty acid binding protein (I-FABP) a novel biomarker for acute intestinal ischemia and resultant lung injury.  Surgical infections, 11 (2): 220, Apr 10.
  32. Khadaroo RG, He R, Powers KA, Marshall JC, Kapus A, Rotstein OD:Altered LPS signaling in triple Src knock-out mice following oxidant stress.  Surgical Infection, 5(1):90, spring 04
  33. Powers KA,Khadaroo RG, Szaszi K, Kapus A, Rotstein OD:Oxidant stress induces Src kinase dependent upregulation of surface toll like receptor 4 (TLR4) expression on RAW 264.7 macrophages.  Surgical Infection, 5(1):95, spring 04
  34. Khadaroo RG, Parodo J, Powers KA, Papia G, Kapus A, Rotstein:The involvement of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase (PI3-K)/Akt pathway in oxidative-induced reprogramming of LPS signaling. Clinical & Investigative Medicine,  Aug 03
  35. Khadaroo RG, Powers KA, Kapus A, Rotstein OD:Oxidant-induced priming of the macrophage involves activation of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase (PI3-K) AND p38 through a Src dependent pathway. Surgical Infection, 4(1):89, spring 03
  36. Khadaroo RG, Lu Z, Kapus A, Powers KA, Papia G, Rotstein OD:Oxidant stress reprograms LPS-induced NF-kB translocation to signal via Src kinases.  Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 195(3):S83, 2002
  37. Khadaroo RG, Lu Z, Kapus A, Powers KA, Papia G, Rotstein OD:The role of Src kinases in oxidant-induced priming of macrophages.  Surgical Infection, 3(1):74, spring 02
  38. Powers KA, Kapus A,Khadaroo RG, Papia G, Rotstein OD:Oxidants alter toll-like receptor 4 (TLR4) expression during shock/resuscitation. Surgical Infection, 3(1):89, spring 02
  39. Papia G, Fan J, He R, Powers KA,Khadaroo RG, Kapus A, Rotstein OD:IL-10 treatment reverses failed upregulation of LPS-induced I-kappa B alpha mRNA following shock/resuscitation in alveolar macrophages.  Surgical Infection, 3(1):70, spring 02
  40. Khadaroo RG, Rotstein OD, Marshall JC:  Neutralizing TNF in the treatment of sepsis and septic shock: A meta-analysis.Critical Care Medicine, 29(suppl. 12):A19, Dec.01
  41. Khadaroo RG, Fan J, Lu Z, Powers K, Rotstein OD:  Hemorrhagic shock fails to upregulatecounterinflammatory cytokine IL-10.  Clinical & Investigative Medicine,  vol. 24, Aug. 01
  42. Khadaroo RG, Lu Z, Fan J, Powers K, Rotstein OD:  Xanthine oxidase-induced oxidative stress primes macrophages for increased LPS responsiveness.  Surgical Infection, 2(1):84, spring 01
  43. Powers K, Fan J, Kapus A,Khadaroo RG, Rotstein OD:  25% albumin prevents lung injury in a resuscitated shock animal model.  Surgical Infection, 2(1): 77, spring 01
  44. Khadaroo RG, Thoma A, Grigenas O:  Mandible reconstruction with the free radial forearm osteocutaneous flap: 60 consecutive cases.The Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery, 5(2):135, 97
  45. Grigenas O, Thoma A,Khadaroo RG, Veltri K:  Mandibular reconstruction using the radial forearm and fibular flap.  Is it safe in elderly patients?The Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery, 5(1):53, 97