Selected September Publications from BIDMC Faculty

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OCTOBER 14, 2021

Building on our culture of collaboration and innovation, our researchers are helping to transform medicine and health care delivery. Below are selected academic publications issued in September 2021.

Psychophysiologic symptom relief therapy for chronic back pain: a pilot randomized controlled trial
Pain / Research / September 2021
BIDMC Authors: Michael Donnino, Garrett Thompson, Garrett, Shivani Mehta, Myrell Paschali, Patricia Howard, Lakshman Balaji, Suzanne Bertisch, Long Ngo, Anne Grossestreuer (Department of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine)

Impact of 30 versus 60 second time interval between automated office blood pressure measurements on measured blood pressure
Hypertension / Research / September 7, 2021
BIDMC Authors: Stephen P. Juraschek, Anthony M. Ishak, Kenneth J. Mukamal, Julia M. Wood, Timothy S. Anderson, Marc L. Cohen, Jonathan X. Li, Jennifer L. Cluett (Department of Medicine)

Uptake of outpatient monoclonal antibody treatments for COVID-19 in the United States: a cross-sectional analysis
Journal of General Internal Medicine / Research / September 8, 2021
BIDMC Authors: Timothy S. Anderson, Ashley L. O’Donoghue, Tenzin Dechen, Oren Mechanic, Jennifer P. Stevens (Department of Medicine)

Representativeness of participants eligible to be enrolled in clinical trials of aducanumab for Alzheimer disease compared with Medicare beneficiaries with Alzheimer disease and mild cognitive impairment
JAMA / Research Letter / September 9, 2021
BIDMC Author: Timothy S. Anderson (Division of General Medicine)

Deep learning computer-aided polyp detection reduces adnoma miss rate: A U.S. multi-center randomized tandem colonoscopy study
Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology / Research / September 13, 2021
BIDMC Authors: Jeremy R. Glissen Brown, Maria Aguilera Chuchuca, Scott B. Minchenberg, Madhuri Chandnani, Tyler M. Berzin (Center for Advanced Endoscopy, Division of Gastroenterology)

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