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Philip Peyton

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Melbourne Medical School
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life sciences & biomedicine
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anesthesiology
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Prof

Philip Peyton

 
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Prof

Philip Peyton

 

Philip Peyton’s research interests range widely from basic and applied science in anaesthetic physiology and pharamacology, to large clinical trials in perioperative medicine. He has published over 100 publications in journals and textbooks, with more than 2,500 citations, and has delivered over 50 invited presentations at local and international meetings.

He has been a Chief Investigator in several large multicentre international clinical trials in anaesthesia. He is a world expert in the pharmacology of inhaled anaesthetic gases, and has patents in the field of advanced cardiovascular monitoring in the anaesthetized patient.

Projects

Displaying the 4 most recent projects by Philip Peyton.

Additional Information

Peyton P, Doolan LA. Multicentre Australian Trial of Epidural (MASTER) Anaesthesia. ANZCA Research Grant 1997 ($20,000). J.R.A. Rigg, K. Jamrozik, P.S. Myles, B.S. Silbert, P.J. Peyton, R.W. Parsons, K.S. Collins, for the MASTER Anaesthesia Trial Study Group. Multicentre Australian Trial of Epidural (MASTER) Anaesthesia. NHMRC 1996: $506,000. J.R.A. Rigg, K. Jamrozik, P.S. Myles, B.S. Silbert, P.J. Peyton, R.W. Parsons, K.S. Collins, for the MASTER Anaesthesia Trial Study Group. Completion of the MASTER Anaesthesia Trial. NHMRC 2000. $212,685 PS Myles, K Leslie, B Silbert, M Paech, P Peyton. A pilot study for the Evaluation of Nitrous oxide In the Gas Mixture for Anaesthesia: a randomised controlled Trial (The ENIGMA Trial). ANZCA Research Grant 2003, $36,000 Myles PS, Leslie K, Silbert B, Paech M, Peyton P. Safety and Benefits of Nitrous Oxide for Anaesthesia. NHMRC Project Grant Application No. 236956, 2003-6: $465,000. Peyton P, Stuart-Andrews C, Robinson G. A new method for the measurement of gas exchange in patients during anaesthesia and critical care. GE Healthcare/Datex-Ohmeda/ASA Research Grant 2004. $40,000. Peyton P (CID) et al. Risk factors, adverse outcomes and epidural and spinal anaesthesia. NHMRC Project Grant Application No. 211994, 2002, $66,110. PS Myles, K Leslie, B Silbert, M Paech, P Peyton. Nitrous oxide anaesthesia and cardiac morbidity in major surgery. NHMRC Project Grant Application No. 436677, 2006-12. $2,782,500. Peyton P. Continuous non-invasive measurement of cardiac output in ventilated patients by the pulmonary capnodynamic method. ANZCA Project Grant 2007. $40,000. Peyton P. The effects of ventilation-perfusion scatter on lung gas exchange during nitrous oxide anaesthesia. ASA PhD Research Support Grant, 2007.

0,000. D Story, P Peyton, PL McNicol, Dept of Anaesthesia, Austin Health. Innovations in perioperative physiology, monitoring, and care. ANZCA Academic Enhancement Grant, 2011. $90,000. PS Myles, K Leslie, MT Chan, P Peyton. ENIGMA-II Trial Long-term Follow-up Study. ANZCA Project Grant 2012.
80,000. Peyton P, Thompson B, Stuart-Andrews C, Ong C. Investigation of the effect of anaesthetic choice on ventilation-perfusion scatter and lung gas exchange using the MIGET. ANZCA Project Grant 2013. $30,000. Myles P, Bellomo R, Christophi C, Corcoran T, Forbes A, Peyton P, Story D. Restrictive versus Liberal Fluid Therapy in Major Abdominal Surgery: The RELIEF Trial. NHMRC Project Grant APP1043755, $2,384,173 (over 4 years), 2013. Peyton P, Hogg M, Schug S. Reduction Of Chronic Post-surgical Pain with Ketamine – A Pilot Study. ANZCA Trials Group Pilot Grant, 2013. $5,000 Peyton P, Hogg M, Schug S, Wu C. Reduction Of Chronic Post-surgical Pain with Ketamine – A Pilot Study. ANZCA Project Grant, 2014. $47,618 Hu R, Peyton P et al. Influence of anaesthetic choice on Prospective Outcomes after Creation of Arteriovenous Fistula (POCAF). ANZCA Novice Investigator Grant Grant, 2016.
7,404 Karalapillai D, Peyton P, Story D, Weinberg L, Bellomo R, et al. Low Tidal Volume Ventilation in Major Surgery. ANZCA Project Grant, 2016. $40,000

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 10 most recent scholarly works by Philip Peyton.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2012

Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences, University of Melbourne

Dean's Award for Excellence in a PhD Thesis

2011

Australian Society of Anaesthetists National Scientific Congress

Gilbert Troup Medal

1995

FANZCA - Fellow of the Australian and NZ College of Anaesthetists


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Awards

Credentials

Positions

Positions


Honorary

Melbourne Medical School

Honorary

Melbourne Medical School

Education

Education


PhD

University of Melbourne

Postgraduate Diploma Perioperative & Crit Care Echocadiogrpahy

University of Melbourne

Doctor of Medicine

University of Melbourne

Fellowship, Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists

Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists

Diploma Of Anaesthetics, Royal College of Anaesthetists

United Kingdom

Diploma of Obstetrics, RACOG

Institution not known

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

University of Melbourne