Dr Sarah Bigham

Job title

Consultant in Intensive Care and Anaesthesia

Qualifications

BMedSciBMBS FRCP FRCA FFICM EDIC DMCC PGCME

GMC Number

4715959

Hospitals

Royal Free Hospital

Related services

Anaesthetics, Intensive care

Biography

Dr Bigham is a consultant specialising in intensive care medicine and anaesthetics. She is a regional advisor for North Central Thames ICM.

Publications

  • Anthony W. Martinelli et al. COVID-19 and Pneumothorax: A Multicentre Retrospective Case Series. Eur Respir J 2020 Sep 9;2002697. 
  • Fregene TE, Nadarajah P , Buckley JF, Bigham S, Nangalia V. Use of in situ simulation to evaluate the operational readiness of a high-consequence infectious disease intensive care unit. Anaesthesia. 2020 Jun;75(6):733-738. 
  • Bigham S. Massive haemorrhage from a haemofiltration line (Vascath) on returning from computed tomography, resulting in cardiac arrest: A coroner’s request for dissemination. JICS 2016;17:82-83
  • Bigham S, Bigham C, Martin D. Predictors of outcome post cardiac arrest. J Intensive Care Med. 2013 Nov 12.
  • Bigham C, Bigham S, Jones C. Does the bispectral index monitor have a role in intensive care? Journal of the Intensive Care Society. Volume 13 Number 4 October 2012
  • Bigham S, Cock H. Reduced absorption of lipophilic anti-epileptic medications when used concomitantly with the antiobesity drug orlistat. Epilepsia 2006. Dec:47 (12):2207
  • Bigham S, Cock H. Delerium. Br. J Hospital Medicine Dec 2005: 66(12):M96-8. Review.
  • Bigham S, Nitkunan A, Cock HR Tacrolimus induced chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy and ischaemic stroke. Poster presentation at the Association of British Neurologists 2005
  • O’Riordan S, Bigham S, Cock HR. Sydenham’s chorea with anti-basal ganglia antibodies, new-onset diabetes mellitus and prominent basal ganglia calcification. Mov Disord 2006 ;21:S354. Also Poster presentation at the Association of British Neurologists 2005
  • McGuigan C, Bigham S, Johnston D, Hart P. Encephalopathy in a patient with previous malignancy but normal brain imaging. Neurology 2005. 65 July p165. Case report.
  • Thornley J, Jenkins D, Bigham S et al. Persistence and Resolution of Symptoms of Campylobacter Enteritis GUT 1998, 42 Abstract A25.
  • Thornley J, Jenkins D, Bigham S et al. Immune and Inflammatory Cell Populations during the resolution of Campylobacter Enteritis. Journal of Medical Microbiology 1998. 47 (5) p468. Abstract.