Selected November Publications from BIDMC Faculty

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DECEMBER 02, 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 November 2021.

Estimation of DAPT study treatment effects in contemporary clinical practice: Findings from the EXTEND-DAPT study
Circulation / Research / November 8, 2021
BIDMC Authors: Neel M. Butala, Hector Tamez, Jordan B. Strom, Yang Song, Changyu Shen, Eric A. Secemsky, Jeptha P. Curtis, C. Michael Gibson, and Robert W. Yeh(Smith Center for Outcomes Research in Cardiology)

Cellular microRNA-127-3p suppresses oncogenic herpesvirus-induced transformation and tumorigenesis via down-regulation of SKP2
PNAS / Research / November 9, 2021
BIDMC Authors: Soo Mi Lee, Frank J. Slack (Department of Pathology)

Comparative implementation of a brief app-directed protocol for delirium identification by hospitalists, nurses, and nursing assistants
Annals of Internal Medicine / Research / November 9, 2021
BIDMC Authors: Edward R Marcantonio, Yoojin Jung, Sharon K Inouye, Amber Moore, Kimberlyann Sulmonte, Long H Ngo (Division of General Medicine)

Moving forward: Lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic
Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing / Perspective / November 12, 2021
BIDMC Authors: Sharon C. O’Donoghue, Jaqueline Hardman, Susan DeSanto-Madeya (Department of Nursing)

Development, implementation, and impact of a proning team during the COVID-19 intensive care unit surge
Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing / Research / November 12, 2021
BIDMC Authors: Sharon C. O'Donoghue, Meghan Church, Kristin Russell, Kelly A. Gamboa, Jacqueline Hardman, Jennifer Sarge, Ari Moskowitz, Margaret M. Hayes, Michael N. Cocchi, Susan DeSanto-Madeya (Department of Nursing)

Doubling intensive care unit capacity by surging onto medical-surgical units during the COVID-19 pandemic
Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing / Research / November 12, 2021
BIDMC Authors: Sharon C. O'Donoghue, Barbara Donovan, Joanna Anderson, Jane Foley, Kimberly Maloof, Andrea Milano, John Whitlock, Susan DeSanto-Madeya (Department of Nursing)

Optimization of non-coding regions for a non-modified mRNA COVID-19 vaccine
Nature / Research / November 18, 2021
BIDMC Authors: Makda S. Gebre, Jingyou Yu, Abishek Chandrashekar, Noe B. Mercado, Xuan He, Jinyan Liu, Katherine McMahan, Tori Giffin, David Hope, Shivani Patel, Daniel Sellers, Owen Sanborn, Julia Barrett, Xiaowen Liu, Andrew C. Cole, Dan H. Barouch (Center for Virology and Vaccine Research; Department of Emergency Medicine)

Prevalence of medications that may raise blood pressure among adults with hypertension in the United States
JAMA / Research / November 22, 2021
BIDMC Authors: John A. Vitarello, Clara J. Fitzgerald, Jennifer L. Cluett, Stephen P. Juraschek, Timothy S. Anderson (Department of Medicine; Division of General Medicine; Smith Center for Outcomes Research in Cardiology)

Emotional harm in the Radiology Department: Analysis of an underrecognized preventable error
Radiology / Research / November 23, 2021
BIDMC Authors: Bettina Siewert, Suzanne Swedeen, Olga R. Brook, Ronald L. Eisenberg, Lauge Sokol-Hessner, Jonathan B. Kruskal (Department of Radiology)

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