Loic Fabricant, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Warm and reassuring, Dr. Fabricant became a surgeon because he wanted the opportunity to help others during what is often the most stressful time in their lives. His goal is to treat patients like he would his own family by listening, informing, and assisting in decisions that will lead to the best possible outcomes.
Education, Teaching & Research
Dr. Fabricant spent his childhood in Port Townsend, Washington, before moving to Eugene and graduating from South Eugene High School. He is a University of Oregon and Oregon Health & Science University alumnus. At OHSU, Dr. Fabricant completed general surgery residency and additional fellowship training in surgical critical care. He now serves as an adjunct professor of surgery at OHSU. He has conducted research in the areas of general surgery, trauma surgery, surgical critical care, blood product administration, coagulation and hemostasis.
Surgical Critical Care
Trauma and Acute Care
Dr. Fabricant is board-certified in general surgery and surgical critical care by the American Board of Surgery.
Associations & Memberships
American College of Surgeons
Oregon Medical Association
Society of Critical Care Medicine
The Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
Western Trauma Association
A dog-lover and outdoor enthusiast, Dr. Fabricant is married and has two standard poodles. When he’s not working, he enjoys snowboarding, hiking, kiteboarding, trying new foods, cooking and dog training.
- Management of full-thickness duodenal laceration in the damage control era: evolution to primary repair without diversion or decompression.
- Management of the open abdomen during the global war on terror
- Cryopreserved deglycerolized blood is safe and achieves superior tissue oxygenation compared with refrigerated red blood cells: a prospective randomized pilot study.
- Prehospital intravenous fluid is associated with increased survival in trauma patients.
- The contribution of rib fractures to chronic pain and disability.
- The International Normalized Ratio overestimates coagulopathy in stable trauma and surgical patients.
- Prolonged pain and disability are common after rib fractures.
- Cryopreserved red blood cells are superior to standard liquid red blood cells.
- Prospective clinical trial of surgical intervention for painful rib fracture nonunion.
- Complete cervical spinal cord injury above C6 predicts the need for tracheostomy.
- Thoracic Trauma: Injuries, Evaluation, and Treatment.