Babar A. Khan, MBBS
Associate Professor of Medicine
Dr. Khan’s research is at the critical intersection of acute illness and aging brain. He is a patient oriented-translational/clinical researcher with a principal focus on developing a biomarker profile among delirious patients in the intensive care unit to predict their long term cognitive, physical and psychological morbidity.
In addition, he directs the “Critical Care Recovery Center – CCRC,” located at Eskenazi Health Services. CCRC is an innovative center balancing research and clinical services that sought to implement the advances in the science of “post-ICU syndrome” for expeditious recovery and rehabilitation of ICU survivors.
Regenstrief Institute, HS 2000 410 W. 10th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Titles & Appointments
- Research Scientist, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.
- Research Scientist, Indiana University Center for Aging Research
Decreasing Delirium through Music (DDM) in critically ill, mechanically ventilated patients in the intensive care unit: study protocol for a pilot randomized controlled trial.
The Confusion Assessment Method for the ICU-7 Delirium Severity Scale: A Novel Delirium Severity Instrument for Use in the ICU.
Update on Pharmacotherapy for Prevention and Treatment of Post-operative Delirium: A Systematic Evidence Review.
Characterization of hepatic enzyme activity in older adults with dementia: potential impact on personalizing pharmacotherapy.
Impact of an inpatient geriatric consultative service on outcomes for cognitively impaired patients.
The Healthy Aging Brain Care (HABC) Monitor: validation of the Patient Self-Report Version of the clinical tool designed to measure and monitor cognitive, functional, and psychological health.
Clinical Decision Support System and Incident Delirium among Cognitively Impaired Hospitalized Older Adults Transferred to the Intensive Care Unit
S100 calcium binding protein B as a biomarker of delirium duration in the intensive care unit - an exploratory analysis.
Enhancing care for hospitalized older adults with cognitive impairment: a randomized controlled trial.
Delirium in hospitalized patients: implications of current evidence on clinical practice and future avenues for research--a systematic evidence review.
Comparison and agreement between the Richmond Agitation-Sedation Scale and the Riker Sedation-Agitation Scale in evaluating patients' eligibility for delirium assessment in the ICU.
Association between prescribing of anticholinergic medications and incident delirium: a cohort study.
Time-motion analysis of health care workers' contact with patients and workers' hand hygiene: open vs closed units.
Adequacy of hospital discharge summaries in documenting tests with pending results and outpatient follow-up providers.
Interaction between cognitive impairment and discharge destination and its impact on re-hospitalizations.
American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine