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Juliana Zambrano Navia, M.D.

Concepts (28)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Ketamine120234970.600 Why?
Renal Insufficiency120227950.550 Why?
Academic Medical Centers1202327440.450 Why?
Psychotic Disorders2202130060.350 Why?
Heart Diseases1202027820.300 Why?
Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic1202341960.270 Why?
Depression2202376450.250 Why?
Psychotherapy2202316200.220 Why?
Schizophrenia1202168480.210 Why?
Quality of Life12022125090.190 Why?
New York120219010.160 Why?
Self Efficacy120226110.160 Why?
Educational Status1202124910.110 Why?
Referral and Consultation1202334950.100 Why?
Health Behavior1202226130.090 Why?
Hospitals1202338390.090 Why?
Antidepressive Agents1202028290.080 Why?
Humans720237369400.050 Why?
Ownership120213290.040 Why?
Retrospective Studies12023762000.030 Why?
Adolescent12021852250.030 Why?
Neoplasms12021214100.030 Why?
Adult120232132830.020 Why?
Medication Adherence1202020410.020 Why?
Health Promotion1202121740.020 Why?
Health Personnel1202131800.020 Why?
Cross-Sectional Studies12020245980.010 Why?
Cohort Studies12020402930.010 Why?
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