Kenneth E. Lyn-Kew
Kenneth E. Lyn-Kew, MD, is a pulmonologist at National Jewish Health. Dr. Lyn-Kew is in the Section of Critical Care Medicine and Department of Medicine.
Associate Professor
Department of Medicine
Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine
Section of Critical Care Medicine
Research AreasResearch Areas
  • Interventional/Bedside Technologies in the ICU

Special Interests

Research Interests

Interventional techniques in Critical Care Medicine, including application of point of care ultrasonography


St Louis University, MD
Boston College, BS
Georgetown University, Internal Medicine
University of Michigan, Pulmonary and Critical Care

Board Certification

Internal Medicine
Pulmonary Disease
Critical Care Medicine

Professional Memberships

American College of Chest Physicians
American Thoracic Society
Society of Critical Care Medicine


Lyn-Kew KE, Standiford TJ. Immunosupprssion in Sepsis. Curr Pharm Des 2008;14(19):1870-81.

Laniewicz M, Lyn-Kew K, Silberglwit R. Rapid Endovascular Warming for Profound Hypothermia. Ann Emerg Med 2008; 51(2):160-3.

Hospital Affiliations

  • Colorado Acute Long Term Hospital
  • Rose Medical Center
  • St. Joseph Hospital - Denver
  • Swedish Medical Center
  • University of Colorado Hospital

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  • Office: 877.225.5654

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