“I’ve always had a passion for helping others. We unfortunately live in a world full of hurting people. I find joy in my job knowing that I have specialized training in helping others who are dealing with life and limb-threatening illnesses. I love seeing and hearing from my patients when they triumph over their current hardships. Building relationships with my patients and their families as they go through these difficult times is another aspect I enjoy as a vascular surgeon.”
Kraemer, CK; Zhou, W. Carotid Aneurysm Review. International Journal of Angiology 2019 Mar; 28(1): 17-19.
Vander Schaaf, N.A.; Cunningham, A.M.G.; Cluff, B.P.; Kraemer, C.K.; Reeves, C.L.; Riester, C.J.; Slater, L.K.; Madigan, M.T.; Sattley, W.M. Cold-Active, Heterotrophic Bacteria from the Highly Oligotrophic Waters of Lake Vanda, Antarctica. Microorganisms 2015, 3, 391-406.
C K Kraemer, J H McClenathan. Perianal Basal Cell Carcinoma. The Internet Journal of Surgery. 2015 Volume 32 Number 1.
Y More, Y Shnayder, D Girod, K Sykes, M Carlisle, B Chalmers, C Kraemer, T Tsue: “Factors Influencing Morbidity after Surgical Management of Malignant Thyroid Disease.” 8th International Conference on Head & Neck Cancer, Toronto, Canada, July 2012.
CONFERENCES / SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS
Grand Rounds Presentations
C Kraemer: “Technical Expertise in Surgery”. Chief Talk – Surgery Grand Rounds, University of Arizona, April 2018. Tucson, AZ
C Kraemer, W Zhou, et al. “Patient Risk Factors Associated with Embolic Stroke Volumes Following Revascularization.” Accepted for presentation 34th Annual Western Vascular Society Meeting, Maui, HI, September 2019.
C Kraemer, W Zhou, et al. “Risk Factors Predictive of Symptomatic Carotid Stenosis.” Accepted for presentation Society of Vascular Surgery 2019 Vascular Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, June 2019.
C Kraemer, M Garland, W Sattley: “Hot Topics and Cool Features of Bacteria Thriving in Frozen Lakes and Hot Springs.” 2nd Science and Mathematics Undergraduate Research Forum, University of Saint Mary, Leavenworth, KS, April 2009.
Acute Mesenteric Ischemia – University of Arizona, Division of Vascular Surgery
Chronic Mesenteric Ischemia – University of Arizona, Division of Vascular Surgery
Lower Extremity Amputations – University of Arizona, Division of Vascular Surgery
Vascular Trauma – University of Arizona, Division of Vascular Surgery