Dr Daniel Martin

Job title

Senior lecturer and honorary consultant in anaesthesia and critical care medicine

Qualifications

BSc, MBChB, FRCA, FFICM, PhD

GMC Number

4437925

Contact details

Email address: daniel.martin@ucl.ac.uk / daniel.martin3@nhs.net

Related services

Anaesthetics, Intensive care

Biography

Dr Martin is a senior lecturer in the UCL division of surgery and interventional science and director of the UCL centre for altitude, space and extreme environment medicine at the Institute of Sports Exercise and Health. His research interests include hypoxic adaptation, exercise physiology and perioperative medicine.  

Publications

  • Martin DS. Oxygen Therapy: Is the Tide Turning? Critical Care Medicine, 2014; 42(6): 1553-1554
  • Gilbert-Kawai ET, Mitchell K, Martin D, Carlisle J, Grocott MP. Permissive hypoxaemia versus normoxaemia for mechanically ventilated critically ill patients. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. May 2014
  • Martin D. Intravenous fluids: the tale goes on. British Journal of Hospital Medicine, British Journal of Hospital Medicine, 2014; 75 (1): 4-5
  • Martin DS, Gilbert-Kawai E, Levett D, Mitchell K, Mythen M and Grocott M. Xtreme Everest 2: secrets of the Sherpa phenotype. Extreme Physiology & Medicine 2013, 2:30
  • Martin DS and Grocott M. Oxygen therapy in anaesthesia: the yin and yang of O2. Br J Anaesth. 2013;111(6):867-71.
  • Martin DS, Grocott MP. Oxygen Therapy in Critical Illness: Precise Control of Arterial Oxygenation and Permissive Hypoxemia. Crit Care Med. 2013 Feb;41(2):423-32
  • Martin DS, Pate JS, Vercueil A, Doyle PW, Mythen MG and Grocott MPW. Reduced coagulation at high altitude identified by thromboelastography. Thromb Haemost. 2012;107(6):1066-1071.
  • Martin DS, Goedhart P, Vercueil A, Ince  C, Levett DZH, Grocott MPW. Changes in sublingual microcirculatory flow index and vessel density on ascent to altitude. Exp Physiol 2010 Aug;95(8):880-91
  • Grocott M and Martin D, Levett D, McMorrow R, Windsor W, and Montgomery H. Arterial blood gases and oxygen content in climbers on Mount Everest. N Engl J Med. 2009 Jan 8;360(2):140-149