Recent Stanford Publications in PubMed

  1. Regulated and unregulated halogenated disinfection byproduct formation from chlorination of saline groundwater.
    Szczuka A, Parker KM, Harvey C, Hayes E, Vengosh A, Mitch WA
    Water Res
  2. Interactive video game built for mask induction in pediatric patients.
    Rodriguez S, Tsui JH, Jiang SY, Caruso TJ
    Can J Anaesth
  3. MicroRNA Changes in Preconditioning-Induced Neuroprotection.
    Bell JD, Cho JE, Giffard RG
    Transl Stroke Res
  4. Impacts of a Temporary Urban Pop-Up Park on Physical Activity and Other Individual- and Community-Level Outcomes.
    Salvo D, Banda JA, Sheats JL, Winter SJ, Lopes Dos Santos D, King AC
    J Urban Health
  5. Does biomarker information impact breast cancer patients' preferences and physician recommendation for adjuvant chemotherapy?
    Partridge AH, Sepucha K, O'Neill A, Miller KD, Baker E, Dang CT, Northfelt DW, Sledge GW, Schneider BP
    Breast Cancer Res Treat
  6. Growing Concerns: A 3-Year-Old Girl with Multiple Hepatic Masses and Gastrointestinal Bleeding.
    Yang C, Gomez A, Haldipur A, Berquist W, Bass D
    Dig Dis Sci
  7. Quantitative EEG Metrics Differ Between Outcome Groups and Change Over the First 72 h in Comatose Cardiac Arrest Patients.
    Wiley SL, Razavi B, Krishnamohan P, Mlynash M, Eyngorn I, Meador KJ, Hirsch KG
    Neurocrit Care
  8. Staphylococcus aureus Strain Newman photoinactivation and cellular response to sunlight exposure.
    McClary JS, Sassoubre LM, Boehm AB
    Appl Environ Microbiol
  9. Reply to Robinson et al.: Building the evidence base on the forest cover effects of community titling.
    Blackman A, Corral L, Lima ES, Asner GP
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  10. Cardiovascular morphometry with high-resolution 3D magnetic resonance: First application to left ventricle diastolic dysfunction.
    Gallo D, Vardoulis O, Monney P, Piccini D, Antiochos P, Schwitter J, Stergiopulos N, Morbiducci U
    Med Eng Phys
  11. Contraceptive counseling in reproductive-aged women treated for breast cancer at a tertiary care institution: a retrospective analysis.
    Johansen SL, Lerma K, Shaw KA
    Contraception
  12. Acid Load and Phosphorus Homeostasis in CKD.
    Khairallah P, Isakova T, Asplin J, Hamm L, Dobre M, Rahman M, Sharma K, Leonard M, Miller E, Jaar B, Brecklin C, Yang W, Wang X, Feldman H, Wolf M, Scialla JJ, Chronic Renal Insufficiency Cohort (CRIC) Study Investigators
    Am J Kidney Dis
  13. Merkel cell carcinoma, melanoma, metastatic mimics of breast cancer.
    Troxell ML
    Semin Diagn Pathol
  14. Determining the best percent-predicted equation for estimated VO2 peak by a 1-km moderate perceptually-regulated treadmill walk to predict mortality in outpatients with cardiovascular disease.
    Grazzi G, Mazzoni G, Myers J, Codecà L, Pasanisi G, Mandini S, Piepoli M, Volpato S, Conconi F, Chiaranda G
    J Sci Med Sport
  15. Efficacy and Safety of Rivaroxaban Versus Warfarin in Patients Taking Nondihydropyridine Calcium Channel Blockers for Atrial Fibrillation (from the ROCKET AF Trial).
    Washam JB, Hellkamp AS, Lokhnygina Y, Piccini JP, Berkowitz SD, Nessel CC, Becker RC, Breithardt G, Fox KAA, Halperin JL, Hankey GJ, Mahaffey KW, Singer DE, Patel MR, ROCKET AF Steering Committee and Investigators
    Am J Cardiol
  16. Evaluation and Management of Pulmonary Hypertension in Children with Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia.
    Krishnan U, Feinstein JA, Adatia I, Austin ED, Mullen MP, Hopper RK, Hanna B, Romer L, Keller RL, Fineman J, Steinhorn R, Kinsella JP, Ivy DD, Rosenzweig EB, Raj U, Humpl T, Abman SH, Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension Network (PPHNet)
    J Pediatr
  17. Neurosurgical Randomized Controlled Trials-Distance Travelled.
    Azad TD, Veeravagu A, Mittal V, Esparza R, Johnson E, Ioannidis JPA, Grant GA
    Neurosurgery
  18. Effects of Mobility and Multimorbidity on Inpatient and Post-Acute Health Care Utilization.
    Ensrud KE, Lui LY, Langsetmo L, Vo TN, Taylor BC, Cawthon PM, Kilgore ML, McCulloch CE, Cauley JA, Stefanick ML, Yaffe K, Orwoll ES, Schousboe JT, Osteoporotic Fractures in Men (MrOS) Study Group
    J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci

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