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Daniel W. Odell
( out of 98 reviews )

Daniel W. Odell, MD

Languages spoken: English, Portuguese

Clinical Locations

Huntsman Cancer Institute - Cancer Hospital South

Clinic 3A, Supportive Oncology and Survivorship
801-213-4246
  • Dr. Odell received a Bachelor of Science degree in biomedical engineering at Utah State University and went on to receive his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin. He completed residency in the field of anesthesiology at the University of Utah followed by fellowship training in Pain Medicine. Dr. Odell is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology, he practices anesthesia and pain management at both the University of Utah and Huntsman Cancer Hospital. Specific areas of interest include advanced cancer pain management, intrathecal drug delivery systems, spinal cord stimulation, and the role of cannabis products in pain management.

    Specialties

    Board Certification

    American Board of Anesthesiology
    American Board of Anesthesiology (Sub: Pain Medicine)

    Patient Rating

    4.9 /5
    ( out of 98 reviews )

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    The scale on which responses are measured is 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.

    Patient Comments

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    August 20, 2023
    HUNTSMAN CANCER CENTER

    Kind, professional, knowledgeable, includes me in the decision making.

    August 17, 2023
    PAIN MANAGEMENT CENTER

    Dr Odell was excellent. He was personable and professional. He had reviewed my case and entered the room knowledgeable about me. He listened to me, cared about me, and involved me in a plan moving forward. I found Dr Odell to be a perfect combination of professional and personal; someone that I can trust in a difficult time in my life.

    August 13, 2023
    PAIN MANAGEMENT CENTER

    Dr. Odell was very flexible and generous with his time to make my long trip to SLC worthwhile. Tha Fellow seemed very accomplished.

    August 06, 2023
    PAIN MANAGEMENT CENTER

    Efficient

    July 13, 2023
    PAIN MANAGEMENT CENTER

    Very competent !

    July 06, 2023
    HUNTSMAN CANCER CENTER

    I am 80 years old, thus Dr Odell seemed very young. However, he was was very knowledgeable both about my condition and about my up coming proceedure.

    July 06, 2023
    PAIN MANAGEMENT CENTER

    Great

    July 05, 2023
    HUNTSMAN CANCER CENTER

    Dr Odell is awesome....Very caring and very attentive....we absolutely love him

    July 02, 2023
    PAIN MANAGEMENT CENTER

    Explained likely problem and options. Administered pain block with resident in a precise and careful manner.

  • Dr. Odell received a Bachelor of Science degree in biomedical engineering at Utah State University and went on to receive his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin. He completed residency in the field of anesthesiology at the University of Utah followed by fellowship training in Pain Medicine. Dr. Odell is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology, he practices anesthesia and pain management at both the University of Utah and Huntsman Cancer Hospital. Specific areas of interest include advanced cancer pain management, intrathecal drug delivery systems, spinal cord stimulation, and the role of cannabis products in pain management.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Anesthesiology -Primary
    Board Certification
    American Board of Anesthesiology
    American Board of Anesthesiology (Sub: Pain Medicine)

    Education history

    Fellowship Pain Medicine - University of Utah Fellow
    Anesthesiology - University of Utah School of Medicine Chief Resident
    Residency Anesthesiology - University of Utah School of Medicine Resident
    Wheaton Franciscan – St. Joseph Campus Transitional Internship
    Professional Medical Medicine - Medical College of Wisconsin M.D.
    Biomedical Engineering; Minor in Chemistry - Utah State University B.S.
    Undergraduate Microbiology - Brigham Young University-Idaho A.S.

    Selected Publications

    Journal Article

    1. Brogan SE, Odell DW, Sindt JE, Yi I, Chrisman OM, Zhang C, Presson AP (2022). Dorsal Versus Ventral Intrathecal Catheter Tip Location and Effect on Dose Escalation and Opioid Use in Patients With Cancer Pain. Neuromodulation, 26(6), 1233-1239. (Read full article)
    2. Odell DW, Albrechtsen RD, Sindt JE, Gole R, Brown S, Parsons MW, Paxton AB, Sarkar V, Lloyd S, Brogan SE, Tao R (2021). The Effect of Measured Radiotherapy Dose on Intrathecal Drug Delivery System Function. Neuromodulation, 24(7), 1204-1208. (Read full article)
    3. Sindt JE, Odell DW, Tariq R, Presson AP, Zhang C, Brogan SE (2021). Initial Intrathecal Dose Titration and Predictors of Early Dose Escalation in Patients With Cancer Using a 100:1 Oral to Intrathecal Morphine Conversion Ratio. Neuromodulation, 24(7), 1157-1166. (Read full article)
    4. Brogan SE, Sindt JE, Odell DW (2021). Quantitative Assessment of the Incidence of Persistent Orthostatic Hemodynamic Changes After Celiac Plexus Neurolysis: A Prospective Case Series. A A Pract, 15(5), e01470. (Read full article)
    5. Odell DW, Albrechtsen RD, Sindt JE, Gole R, Brown S, Parsons MW, Paxton AB, Sarkar V, Lloyd A, Brogan SE, Tao R (2021). The Effect of Measured Radiotherapy Dose on Intrathecal Drug Delivery System Function. Neuromodulation.
    6. Sindt JE, Odell DW, Dalley AP, Brogan SE (2020). Initiation of Intrathecal Drug Delivery Dramatically Reduces Systemic Opioid Use in Patients With Advanced Cancer. Neuromodulation, 23(7), 978-983. (Read full article)
    7. Sindt, JE, Odell DW, Dalley AP, Brogan, SE (2020). Initiation of Intrathecal Drug Delivery Dramatically Reduces Systemic Opioid Use in Patients With Advanced Cancer. Neuromodulation, 23(7), 978-983.
    8. Odell DW, Johnson KB, Stuart AR, Light KC (2019). Gene Variants in Hepatic Metabolism, Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid-ergic Reward, and Prostaglandin Pathways in Opioid-Consuming and Opioid-Naïve Patients Presenting for Lower Extremity Total Joint Replacement. Anesth Analg.
    9. Johnson KB, Light AR, Odell DW, Stuart AR, Radtke J, Light KC (2018, Aug. 29). Observation of Complement Protein Gene Expression Before and After Surgery in Opioid-Consuming and Opioid-Naive Patients. Anesth Analg.
    10. Odell DW (2018). Epigenetics of Pain Mediators. Curr Opin Anaesthesiol.
    11. Odell D, Dubis AM, Lever JF, Stepien KE, Carroll J (2011). Assessing Errors Inherent in OCT-Derived Macular Thickness Maps. J Ophthalmol, 2011, 692574. (Read full article)
    12. Wagner-Schuman M, Dubis AM, Nordgren RN, Lei Y, Odell D, Chiao H, Weh E, Fischer W, Sulai Y, Dubra A, Carroll J (2011). Race- and sex-related differences in retinal thickness and foveal pit morphology. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 52(1), 625-34. (Read full article)
    13. Sweeten TL, Odell DW, Odell JD, Torres AR (2008). C4B null alleles are not associated with genetic polymorphisms in the adjacent gene CYP21A2 in autism. BMC Med Genet, 9, 1. (Read full article)

    Review

    1. Sindt JE, Fitzgerald LA, Kuznicki J, Prelewicz S, Odell DW, Brogan SE (2023). Antiplatelet and Wound Healing Implications of Immunotherapy and Targeted Cancer Therapies in the Perioperative Period. [Review]. Anesthesiology, 139(4), 511-522. (Read full article)
    2. Brogan SE, Sindt JE, Odell DW, Gulati A, Dupoiron D (2022). Controversies in intrathecal drug delivery for cancer pain. [Review]. Reg Anesth Pain Med, 48(6), 319-325. (Read full article)

    Book Chapter

    1. Daniel W Odell (2021). Clinical Processes and Symptom Management - Coughing. In Perry G. Fine (Ed.), The Hospice Companion, 4th Edition. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
    2. Perry G Fine and Daniel W Odell (2021). Cannabis and Cannabanoids. In Perry G. Fine (Ed.), The Hospice Companion, 4th Edition. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
    3. Brogan SE, Odell DW (2016). Pain Management in Metastatic Bone Disease. In Metastatic Bone Disease: An Integrated Approach to Patient Care (pp. 155-68). Springer International.

    Letter

    1. Abdullah N, Sindt JE, Whittle J, Anderson JS, Odell DW, Mahan M, Brogan SE (2022). Impact of neuromodulation on opioid use, adjunct medication use, and pain control in cancer-related pain: a retrospective case series. [Letter to the editor]. Pain Med, 24(7), 903-906. (Read full article)
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