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overview Bram P. Raphael, M.D. is a graduate of Columbia College and the New York University School of Medicine. He is currently Instructor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. He is a pediatric gastroenterologist and nutrition physician at Boston Children's Hospital where he directs the Home Parenteral Nutrition Program, which is the largest such program in the United States of America. He also participates in the Center for Advanced Intestinal Rehabilitation. His research interests include: quality outcomes in home parenteral nutrition, the prevention of community-acquired central venous catheter associated bloodstream infections, the use of intravenous iron at home in children with intestinal failure, growth rates in children receiving parenteral nutrition as well as the prevention and treatment of intestinal failure associated liver disease.
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Academic Article Cisapride improves enteral tolerance in pediatric short-bowel syndrome with dysmotility.
Academic Article Prevention and treatment of intestinal failure-associated liver disease in children.
Academic Article Low serum citrulline concentration correlates with catheter-related bloodstream infections in children with intestinal failure.
Concept Enteral Nutrition
Concept Infant Nutritional Physiological Phenomena
Concept Parenteral Nutrition, Home
Concept Child Nutrition Disorders
Concept Parenteral Nutrition Solutions
Concept Infant Nutrition Disorders
Concept Parenteral Nutrition, Total
Concept Parenteral Nutrition
Concept Nutritional Status
Concept Nutritional Support
Academic Article Central line-associated bloodstream infections in neonates with gastrointestinal conditions: developing a candidate definition for mucosal barrier injury bloodstream infections.
Academic Article Preservation of biochemical liver function with low-dose soy-based lipids in children with intestinal failure-associated liver disease.
Academic Article 3.8 Nutritional management in cholestatic liver disease.
Academic Article Necrotizing enterocolitis is associated with earlier achievement of enteral autonomy in children with short bowel syndrome.
Academic Article Discrepancies Between Prescribed and Actual Pediatric Home Parenteral Nutrition Solutions.
Academic Article Intestinal Rehabilitation Programs in the Management of Pediatric Intestinal Failure and Short Bowel Syndrome.
Academic Article Home Parenteral Nutrition and Intravenous Fluid Errors Discovered Through Novel Clinical Practice of Reconciling Compounding Records: A Case Series.
Academic Article Innovative Discharge Process for Families with Pediatric Short Bowel Syndrome: A Prospective Nonrandomized Trial.
Academic Article Virtual Telemedicine Visits in Pediatric Home Parenteral Nutrition Patients: A Quality Improvement Initiative.
Academic Article Essential Fatty Acid Status in Surgical Infants Receiving Parenteral Nutrition With a Composite Lipid Emulsion: A Case Series.
Academic Article Analysis of Healthcare Institutional Costs of Pediatric Home Parenteral Nutrition Central Line Infections.
Academic Article Caregiver Training for Pediatric Home Parenteral Nutrition: A 5-Session Discharge Curriculum.
Academic Article Antibiotic Susceptibility and Therapy in Central Line Infections in Pediatric Home Parenteral Nutrition Patients.
Academic Article Learning Gaps and Family Experience, Nurse-Facilitated Home Parenteral Nutrition Simulation-Based Discharge Training: Proof-of-Concept Study.
Academic Article Growth in Infants and Children With Intestinal Failure-associated Liver Disease Treated With Intravenous Fish Oil.
Academic Article One-year Experience With Composite Intravenous Lipid Emulsion in Children on Home Parenteral Nutrition.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.