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Tomas Andriotti, M.D.

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Harvard School of Public Health, BostonMPH2018Public Health
Harvard Medical School, BostonCertificate2015Clinical Research
Hospital Perola Byington, Brazilclinical fellow2005Ob&gyn
Faculdade de Medicina de Rio Preto, BrazilMD2002Medicine

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  1. Lu PW, Fields AC, Andriotti T, Welten VM, Rojas-Alexandre M, Koehlmoos TP, Schoenfeld AJ, Melnitchouk N. Opioid Prescriptions After Hemorrhoidectomy. Dis Colon Rectum. 2020 Aug; 63(8):1118-1126. PMID: 32015286.
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  2. Dalton MK, Chaudhary MA, Andriotti T, Sturgeon D, Learn PA, Jarman MP, Weissman JS, Goralnick E. Patterns and predictors of opioid prescribing and use after rib fractures. Surgery. 2020 Jul 08. PMID: 32653204.
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  3. Goralnick E, Ezeibe C, Chaudhary MA, McCarty J, Herrera-Escobar JP, Andriotti T, de Jager E, Ospina-Delgado D, Goolsby C, Hunt R, Weissman JS, Haider A, Jacobs L, Andrade E, Brown J, Bulger EM, Butler FK, Callaway D, Caterson EJ, Choudhry NK, Davis MR, Eastman A, Eastridge BJ, Epstein JL, Evans CL, Gausche-Hill M, Gestring ML, Goldberg SA, Hanfling D, Holcomb JB, Jonson CO, King DR, Kivlehan S, Kotwal RS, Krohmer JR, Levy-Carrick N, Levy M, Meléndez Lugo JJ, Mooney DP, Neal MD, Niskanen R, O'Neill P, Park H, Pons PT, Prytz E, Rasmussen TE, Remley MA, Riviello R, Salim A, Shackelfold S, Smith ER, Stewart RM, Swaroop M, Ward K, Uribe-Leitz T, Jarman MP, Ortega G. Defining a Research Agenda for Layperson Prehospital Hemorrhage Control: A Consensus Statement. JAMA Netw Open. 2020 Jul 01; 3(7):e209393. PMID: 32663307.
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  4. Ranjit A, Andriotti T, Madsen C, Koehlmoos T, Staat B, Witkop C, Little SE, Robinson J. Does Universal Coverage Mitigate Racial Disparities in Potentially Avoidable Maternal Complications? Am J Perinatol. 2020 Jan 27. PMID: 31986540.
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  5. Ezeibe C, McCarty JC, Chaudhary MA, De Jager E, Herrera-Escobar J, Andriotti T, Jarman MP, Ortega G, Goralnick E. Haemorrhage control in the prehospital setting: a scoping review protocol. BMJ Open. 2019 07 27; 9(7):e029051. PMID: 31352418.
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  6. Manzano-Nunez R, Zogg CK, Bhulani N, McCarty JC, Herrera-Escobar JP, Lu K, Andriotti T, Uribe-Leitz T, de Jager E, Jarman MP, Haider AH, Ortega G. Association of Medicaid Expansion Policy with Outcomes in Homeless Patients Requiring Emergency General Surgery. World J Surg. 2019 06; 43(6):1483-1489. PMID: 30706104.
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  7. Andriotti T, Goralnick E, Jarman M, Chaudhary MA, Nguyen LL, Learn PA, Haider AH, Schoenfeld AJ. The Optimal Length of Stay Associated With the Lowest Readmission Risk Following Surgery. J Surg Res. 2019 07; 239:292-299. PMID: 30901721.
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  8. Andriotti T, Stavale R, Nafee T, Fakhry S, Mohamed MMA, Sofiyeva N, Ganho-Ávila A, Bogner A, Barbosa SP, Piton LS, Hirayama ALS, Gaccia G, Smith-Howard Junior TP, Miranda PC, Reyes KJC, Gragera A, Nishiwaki H, Boechat-Barros R. ASSERT trial - How to assess the safety and efficacy of a high frequency rTMS in postpartum depression ? A multicenter, double blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trial. Contemp Clin Trials Commun. 2017 Mar; 5:86-91. PMID: 29740625.
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