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Laura Nelson Frain, M.D.

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  1. Cooper L, Frain L, Jaklitsch MT. Prehabilitation vs Postoperative Rehabilitation for Frail Patients. JAMA Surg. 2020 Jun 17. PMID: 32584938.
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  2. Wang L, Lakin J, Riley C, Korach Z, Frain LN, Zhou L. Disease Trajectories and End-of-Life Care for Dementias: Latent Topic Modeling and Trend Analysis Using Clinical Notes. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2018; 2018:1056-1065. PMID: 30815148.
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  3. Frain L, Swanson D, Cho K, Gagnon D, Lu KP, Betensky RA, Driver J. Association of cancer and Alzheimer's disease risk in a national cohort of veterans. Alzheimers Dement. 2017 Dec; 13(12):1364-1370. PMID: 28711346.
    Citations: 4     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  4. Meadow W, Pohlman A, Frain L, Ren Y, Kress JP, Teuteberg W, Hall J. Power and limitations of daily prognostications of death in the medical intensive care unit. Crit Care Med. 2011 Mar; 39(3):474-9. PMID: 21150582.
    Citations: 18     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  5. Meadow W, Hall J, Frain L, Ren Y, Pohlman A, Plesha-Troyke S, Gresens W, Lantos J. Some are old, some are new: life and death in the ICU. Semin Perinatol. 2003 Dec; 27(6):471-9. PMID: 14740945.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  6. Meadow W, Frain L, Ren Y, Lee G, Soneji S, Lantos J. Serial assessment of mortality in the neonatal intensive care unit by algorithm and intuition: certainty, uncertainty, and informed consent. Pediatrics. 2002 May; 109(5):878-86. PMID: 11986450.
    Citations: 14     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  7. Meadow W, Frain L, Ren Y, Soneiji S, Lantos J. Neonatal ethics and epidemiology at the dawn of a new millennium. In Spitzer A., Editor. Intensive Care for the Fetus and Neonate. 2002.
  8. Frain, L, Mckay A, Paice J, Muir C. . Quality of end of life care in the elderly. American Geriatrics Society. 2000.
  9. Yoon G, Grant B, Frain L, Lantos J, Meadow WL. Length of stay for illness-severity matched non-survivors of NICU care treated with high-frequency oscillation versus conventional ventilation: he who picks a rose must be careful of the thorns. Society for Pediatric Research. 1999.
  10. Pohlman A, Frain L, Meadow WL, Hall J. Withholding and withdrawing care in the adult medical intensive care unit. American Thoracic Society. 1998.
  11. Frain L, Pohlman A, Hall J, Meadow WL. What do serial APACHE scores tell us about the impending demise of patients in the ICU?. American Thoracic Society. 1998.
  12. Frain L, Pohlman A, Hall J, Meadow WL. Intimations of mortality in the ICU: Medical professionals assessments of likelihood of survival for their patients. American Thoracic Society. 1998.
  13. Covert R, Chrisanti S, Frain L, Meadow WL. Does intra-uterine cocaine exposure increase the incidence of hypoglycemia in VLBW infants?. Society for Pediatric Research. 1995.
  14. Krishnankutty R, Chrisanti S, Frain L, Meadow WL. Bacteremia and percutaneous central venous catheters in the NICU; might there realy be a free lunch?. Society for Pediatric Research. 1995.
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