Adults (18-65), Geriatrics (65+)
Adults (18-65), Geriatrics (65+)
Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine
West Pavilion, 3rd Floor
3400 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104
A facility of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Penn Medicine Cherry Hill
1865 Route 70 East
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
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Dr. Ziemba’s clinical focus is on the surgical treatment and medical management of kidney stone disease. This clinical focus is supported by a McCabe Foundation Award aimed at understanding how kidney stone treatment may impact a patient’s health-related quality of life. He is also interested in the continuum of care following ambulatory surgery, particularly as it relates to kidney stone surgery. This work is supported by a prestigious Data Grant from the American Urological Association.
Ziemba Justin B, Li Pan, Gurnani Rishab, Kawamoto Satomi, Fishman Elliot, Fung George, Ludwig Wesley W, Stoianovici Dan, Matlaga Brian R: A user-friendly application to automate CT renal stone measurement Journal of Endourology 32 (8): 685-691,2018.
Ziemba Justin B, Ludwig Wesley W, Ruiz Leticia, Carvalhal Eduardo, Matlaga Brian R: Preventing the forgotten ureteral stent by using a mobile point-of-care application Journal of Endourology 31 (7): 719-724,2017.
Ziemba Justin B, Matlaga Brian R: Epidemiology and economics of nephrolithiasis Investigative & Clinical Urology 58 (5): 299-306,2017.
Talwar Ruchika, Ziemba Justin: Validated methods of assessing quality of life in stone disease Current Urology Reports 19 (4): 25,2018.
Ziemba JB, Sterling ME, Mucksavage P: Care of acute renal colic: A survey of emergency medicine physicians Canadian Journal of Urology 23 (4): 8368-8374,2016.
Ziemba JB, Matlaga BR: Complications of ureteroscopic surgery Taneja’s Complications of Urologic Surgery: Prevention & Management, 5th Edition : 275-285,2018.
Ziemba JB, Matlaga BR: Guideline of guidelines: Kidney stones BJU International 116 (2): 184-189,2015.
Ziemba JB, Allaf ME, Haldeman D: Consumer preferences and online comparison tools used to select a surgeon JAMA Surgery 152 (4): 410-411,2017 .
Berger I, Hopkins M, Ziemba J, Skokan A, James A, Michael P, Harris A: Comparison of inter-hospital urological transfers between a metropolitan and rural tertiary care institution Urology Practice 6 (4): 227-232,2019.
Ziemba Justin B, Matlaga Brian R, Tessier Christopher D: Educational resources for resident training in quality improvement: A national survey of urology residency program directors Urology Practice 5 (5): 398-404,2018.
Sedrak Mina S, Myers Jennifer S, Small Dylan S, Nachamkin Irving, Ziemba Justin B, Murray Dana, Kurtzman Gregory W, Zhu Jingsan, Wang Wenli, Mincarelli Deborah, Danoski Daniel, Wells Brian P, Berns Jeffrey S, Brennan Patrick J, Hanson C William, Dine C Jessica, Patel Mitesh S: Effect of a Price transparency intervention in the electronic health record on clinician ordering of inpatient laboratory tests: The PRICE Randomized Clinical Trial JAMA Internal Medicine 177 (7): 939-945,2017.
Eaton Kevin P, Levy Kathryn, Soong Christine, Pahwa Amit K, Petrilli Christopher, Ziemba Justin B, Cho Hyung J, Alban Rodrigo, Blanck Jaime F, Parsons Andrew S: Evidence-based guidelines to eliminate repetitive laboratory testing JAMA Internal Medicine 177 (12): 1833-1839,2017.
Sedrak MS, Patel MS, Ziemba JB, Murray D, Kim EJ, Dine CJ, Myers JS: Residents' self-report on why they order perceived unnecessary inpatient laboratory tests Journal of Hospital Medicine 11 (12): 869-872,2016.
Division of UrologyPerelman School of Medicine, University of PennsylvaniaPerelman Center for Advanced Medicine, 3rd Floor West3400 Civic Center Blvd.
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