Dinan Abdelatif
George Washington University Hospital
Internal medicineRural areaCross-sectional studyOddsDemographyLogistic regressionOdds ratioPediatricsInclusion and exclusion criteriaInflammatory bowel diseaseGestational agePregnancyCrohn's diseaseContinuous positive airway pressureContext (language use)Bubble CPAPUlcerative colitisOpioidOral aversionPostmenstrual AgeRacial diversityBirth weightMedicineConfounding
Publications 3
#1Mohamed A Mohamed (Cleveland Clinic)
#2Kirsten K Teumer (George Washington University Hospital)
Last. Kimberly Condie (George Washington University Hospital)
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OBJECTIVE Cue-based feeding aims at matching introduction of per oral (PO) feeding with physiological readiness of preterm infants to facilitate PO intake and avoid oral aversion. It was claimed that cue-based feeding may lead to delay in the initiation or achieving full PO feeding in clinical setting primarily using bubble nasal continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP). The study aimed to examine the association of cue-based feeding with time of introduction and completing oral feeding in inf...
#1Carolyn Knoll (GW: George Washington University)
#2Beri Massa-Buck (George Washington University Hospital)
Last. Mohamed A. Mohamed (George Washington University Hospital)H-Index: 11
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OBJECTIVE The growing opioid crisis increasingly affects maternal care in the US and it is unknown if opioid use puts pregnant women at increased odds for cesarean delivery (CD). Understanding how opioids influence CD trends is important in improving maternal and neonatal outcomes. This study aims to understand the association of opioid use with CD in the context of the demographic, clinical, behavioral, and health system complexity. METHODS This retrospective cross-sectional analysis used repre...
#2Hany Aly (Boston Children's Hospital)H-Index: 5
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