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Das LT, Abramson EL, Stone AE, Kondrich JE, Kern LM, Grinspan ZM.  2017.  Predicting frequent emergency department visits among children with asthma using EHR data.. Pediatr Pulmonol. 52(7):880-890.
DeLia D, Tong J, Gaboda D, Casalino LP.  2014.  Post-discharge follow-up visits and hospital utilization by Medicare patients, 2007-2010.. Medicare Medicaid Res Rev. 4(2)
Demarest ST, Shellhaas RA, Gaillard WD, Keator C, Nickels KC, Hussain SA, Loddenkemper T, Patel AD, Saneto RP, Wirrell E et al..  2017.  The impact of hypsarrhythmia on infantile spasms treatment response: Observational cohort study from the National Infantile Spasms Consortium.. Epilepsia. 58(12):2098-2103.
DesRoches CM, Barrett KA, Harvey BE, Kogan R, Reschovsky JD, Landon BE, Casalino LP, Shortell SM, Rich EC.  2015.  The Results Are Only as Good as the Sample: Assessing Three National Physician Sampling Frames.. J Gen Intern Med. 30 Suppl 3:S595-601.
Dichter JR, Kanter RK, Dries D, Luyckx V, Lim ML, Wilgis J, Anderson MR, Sarani B, Hupert N, Mutter R et al..  2014.  System-level planning, coordination, and communication: care of the critically ill and injured during pandemics and disasters: CHEST consensus statement.. Chest. 146(4 Suppl):e87S-e102S.
Doraiswamy S, Cheema S, Mamtani R.  2020.  Older people and epidemics: a call for empathy.. Age Ageing. 49(3):493.
Dube SR, Pesko MF, Xu X.  2016.  A Cross-sectional Examination of What Smokers Perceive to be Important and Their Willingness to Pay for Tobacco Cessation Medications.. J Public Health Manag Pract. 22(1):48-56.
Dubin MJ, Ilieva IP, De Deng Z-, Thomas J, Cochran A, Kravets K, Brody BD, Christos PJ, Kocsis JH, Liston C et al..  2019.  A double-blind pilot dosing study of low field magnetic stimulation (LFMS) for treatment-resistant depression (TRD).. J Affect Disord. 249:286-293.