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    1. Kini, NM; Robbins, JM; Kirschbaum, MS; Frisbee, SJ; Kotagal, UR
      Inpatient care for uncomplicated bronchiolitis - Comparison with Milliman and Robertson guidelines

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    2. Perlstein, PH; Kotagal, UR; Schoettker, PJ; Atherton, HD; Farrell, MK; Gerhardt, WE; Alfaro, MP
      Sustaining the implementation of an evidence-based guideline for bronchiolitis

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    3. Tsevat, J; Kotagal, UR
      The costs of testing for streptococcal pharyngitis in the office laboratory - Reply

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    4. Donovan, EF; Perlstein, PH; Atherton, HD; Kotagal, UR
      Prenatal care and infant emergency department use

      PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY CARE
    5. Tsevat, J; Kotagal, UR
      Management of sore throats in children - A cost-effectiveness analysis

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    6. Kotagal, UR; Atherton, HD; Eshett, R; Schoettker, PJ; Perlstein, PH
      Safety of early discharge for Medicaid newborns

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    7. Perlstein, PH; Kotagal, UR; Bolling, C; Steele, R; Schoettker, PJ; Atherton, HD; Farrell, MK
      Evaluation of an evidence-based guideline for bronchiolitis

      PEDIATRICS
    8. Kuan, LW; Britto, M; Decolongon, J; Schoettker, PJ; Atherton, HD; Kotagal, UR
      Health system factors contributing to breastfeeding success

      PEDIATRICS
    9. WARNER BW; KULICK RM; STOOPS MM; MEHTA S; STEPHAN M; KOTAGAL UR
      AN EVIDENCED-BASED CLINICAL PATHWAY FOR ACUTE APPENDICITIS DECREASES HOSPITAL DURATION AND COST

      Journal of pediatric surgery
    10. KOTAGAL UR; PERLSTEIN PH; ATHERTON HD; DONOVAN EF
      THE INFLUENCE OF DAY OF LIFE IN PREDICTING THE INPATIENT COSTS FOR PROVIDING CARE TO VERY-LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT INFANTS

      American journal of managed care
    11. KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD; BRAGG E; LIPPERT C; DONOVAN EF; PERLSTEIN PH
      USE OF HOSPITAL-BASED SERVICES IN THE FIRST 3 MONTHS OF LIFE - IMPACTOF AN EARLY DISCHARGE PROGRAM

      The Journal of pediatrics
    12. PERLSTEIN PH; ATHERTON HD; DONOVAN EF; RICHARDSON DK; KOTAGAL UR
      PHYSICIAN VARIATIONS AND THE ANCILLARY COSTS OF NEONATAL INTENSIVE-CARE

      Health services research
    13. BACK NA; LINNEMANN CC; STANECK JL; KOTAGAL UR
      CONTROL OF METHICILLIN-RESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS IN A NEONATAL INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT - USE OF INTENSIVE MICROBIOLOGIC SURVEILLANCE AND MUPIROCIN

      Infection control and hospital epidemiology
    14. KOTAGAL UR; TSANG RC
      IMPACT OF EARLY DISCHARGE ON NEWBORNS

      Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition
    15. ISEMANN BT; KOTAGAL UR; MASHNI SM; LUCKHAUPT EJ; JOHNSON CJ
      OPTIMAL GENTAMICIN THERAPY IN PRETERM NEONATES INCLUDES LOADING DOSESAND EARLY MONITORING

      Therapeutic drug monitoring
    16. COOPER WO; KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD; LIPPERT CA; BRAGG E; DONOVAN EF; PERLSTEIN PH
      USE OF HEALTH-CARE SERVICES BY INNER-CITY INFANTS IN AN EARLY DISCHARGE PROGRAM

      Pediatrics
    17. KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD; SCHUBERT C; DONOVAN EF; PERLSTEIN PH
      EFFECT OF AN EARLY DISCHARGE PROGRAM ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRIMARY-CARE VISIT (PCV) AND EMERGENCY ROOM (ER) USE

      Pediatric research
    18. KOTAGAL UR; DONOVAN EF; PERLSTEIN PH; ATHERTON HD; LIPPERT C
      COMMUNITY-BASED CLINICS ARE BETTER THAN HOSPITAL-BASED CLINICS FOR PRIMARY-CARE OF HIGH-RISK FAMILIES

      Pediatric research
    19. MORRIS CL; PERLSTEIN PH; KOTAGAL UR; SAMBRANO J; HARRIS RE
      ACUTE GRAFT-VS-HOST DISEASE (AGVHD) AND THE INPATIENT COSTS OF BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTS (BMT)

      Pediatric research
    20. SAMBRANO J; PERLSTEIN PH; KOTAGAL UR; HARRIS RE; MORRIS CL; BONAVITA A
      INPATIENT COST CHARACTERISTICS OF A PEDIATRIC AUTOLOGOUS (AUTO) BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANT (BMT)

      Pediatric research
    21. KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD; LIPPERT C; DONOVAN EF; PERLSTEIN PH
      USE OF PRIMARY-CARE BY EARLY DISCHARGE (ED) NEWBORNS

      Pediatric research
    22. KOTAGAL UR; PERLSTEIN PH
      POSSIBLE RISKS OF EARLY DISCHARGE OF NEONATES FROM A NEONATAL INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT - REPLY

      The Journal of pediatrics
    23. COOPER WO; ATHERTON HD; KAHANA M; KOTAGAL UR
      INCREASED INCIDENCE OF SEVERE BREAST-FEEDING MALNUTRITION AND HYPERNATREMIA IN A METROPOLITAN-AREA

      Pediatrics
    24. ATHERTON HD; KOTAGAL UR; PERLSTEIN PH
      RESOURCE USE PARTITIONED BY POSTNATAL AGE AND COST CENTERS FOR A LESS-THAN-1,001 GRAM INFANTS VENTILATOR DAY

      Pediatric research
    25. COOPER W; KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD; LIPPERT C; BRAGG E; DONOVAN EF
      PATTERN OF PRIMARY-CARE (PC) AND EMERGENCY ROOM (ER) USE IN AN INNER-CITY GROUP OF INFANTS IN AN EARLY DISCHARGE (EDC) PROGRAM

      Pediatric research
    26. COOPER W; KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD; KAHANA M
      INCREASED INCIDENCE AND SEVERITY OF BREAST-FEEDING MALNUTRITION IN A REGIONAL METROPOLITAN-AREA

      Pediatric research
    27. KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD; BRAGG EJ; LIPPERT CA; DONOVAN EF; PERLSTEIN PH
      THE COST AND PATTERN OF USE OF HOME VISITS IN AN EARLY DISCHARGE PROGRAM

      Pediatric research
    28. KOTAGAL UR; MUSIAL MJ; ATHERTON HD; DONOVAN EF; PERLSTEIN PH
      A REGIONAL-ANALYSIS OF RESOURCE USE IN THE 1ST MONTH OF LIFE - IMPACTOF EARLY DISCHARGE

      Pediatric research
    29. KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD; LIPPERT CA; BRAGG EJ; DONOVAN EF; PERSTEIN PH
      AVERAGE NEWBORN HOSPITAL STAYS NALOS) CAN BE REDUCED WITHOUT INCREASING RESOURCE USE FOLLOWING DISCHARGE

      Pediatric research
    30. PERLSTEIN PH; KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD; DONOVAN EF
      ANCILLARY RESOURCE UTILIZATION DURING 1ST 2 WEEKS OF INTENSIVE-CARE OF LESS-THAN-1,001 GRAM INFANTS WHO DEVELOP BPD

      Pediatric research
    31. PERLSTEIN PH; KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD; DONOVAN EF
      THE ADDED COST OF A VENTILATOR DAY DURING NEONATAL INTENSIVE-CARE (NIC)

      Pediatric research
    32. PERLSTEIN PH; KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD
      SIGNIFICANT INTERPHYSICIAN VARIATIONS IN VLBW INFANT CARE COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH DEATH OR DEVELOPMENT OF BPD AS OUTCOMES

      Pediatric research
    33. PERLSTEIN PH; KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD
      ADDITIONAL ELEMENTS NEEDED FOR ANALYSES OF COSTS OF HOSPITAL RESOURCES USED DURING 1ST 2 WEEKS IN NICU

      Pediatric research
    34. KOTAGAL UR; PERLSTEIN PH; GAMBLIAN V; DONOVAN EF; ATHERTON HD
      DESCRIPTION AND EVALUATION OF A PROGRAM FOR THE EARLY DISCHARGE OF INFANTS FROM A NEONATAL INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT

      The Journal of pediatrics
    35. KOTAGAL UR
      ACUITY VERSUS ACUTENESS OF ILLNESS - REPLY

      The Journal of pediatrics
    36. KOTAGAL UR; PERLSTEIN PH; ATHERTON HD; DONOVAN EF
      ACUITY SCORES AS PREDICTORS OF COST-RELATED OUTCOMES OF NEONATAL INTENSIVE-CARE

      The Journal of pediatrics
    37. KOTAGAL UR; HICKEY F; STEICHEN J; ATHERTON H; GRATTON T; PERLSTEIN P
      COST OF CARE FOR INFANTS LESS-THAN-OR-EQUAL-TO-800 GMS - APPROPRIATE ALLOCATION OF HEALTH RESOURCES

      Pediatric research
    38. KOTAGAL UR; PERLSTEIN P; ATHERTON H
      PATTERNS OF RESOURCE CONSUMPTION BY INFANTS WITH BIRTH-WEIGHT LESS-THAN-OR-EQUAL-TO-1500 GMS - IMPLICATIONS FOR CARE

      Pediatric research
    39. KOTAGAL UR; PERLSTEIN P; ATHERTON H
      NEONATAL RESOURCE UTILIZATION - PREDICTIVE VALUE OF ACUITY SCORES

      Pediatric research
    40. KOTAGAL UR; PERLSTEIN PH; ATHERTON HD
      GESTATIONAL-AGE AND BIRTH-WEIGHT PREDICT A SICK NEWBORNS LENGTH OF HOSPITAL STAY

      Pediatric research
    41. KOTAGAL UR; PERLSTEIN PH; GAMBLIAN V; ATHERTON HD
      REDUCING THE LENGTH OF HOSPITALIZATION OF HIGH-RISK NEWBORNS REQUIRESSIMPLE STRATEGIES

      Pediatric research
    42. PERLSTEIN PH; KOTAGAL UR
      INTERHOSPITAL TRANSFERS CONFOUND INTERHOSPITAL COMPARISONS OF NEWBORNCARE COSTS

      Pediatric research
    43. PERLSTEIN PH; KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD
      COMPARED TO GESTATIONAL AGES BY EXAM, GESTATIONAL AGES BY OBSTETRICALMEASURES ARE LESS PREDICTIVE OF LENGTHS OF STAY FOR SMALL NEWBORNS

      Pediatric research
    44. PERLSTEIN PH; KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD
      GENDER AND RACE AS FACTORS INFLUENCING THE LENGTH OF HOSPITAL STAY (LOS) OF HIGH-RISK NEWBORNS

      Pediatric research
    45. SIEGEL RM; BAKER RC; KOTAGAL UR; BALISTRERI WF
      HEPATITIS-B VACCINE USE IN CINCINNATI - A COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO THE AAP RECOMMENDATION OF UNIVERSAL HEPATITIS-B IMMUNIZATION

      Journal of the National Medical Association
    46. KOTAGAL UR; DONOVAN EF; PERLSTEIN PH; ATHERTON HD
      CARE COSTS FOR INFANTS BORN TO MOTHERS WITH POOR PRENATAL-CARE - THE FIRST 2 YEARS OF LIFE

      Clinical research
    47. PERLSTEIN PH; ATHERTON HD; DONOVAN EF; KOTAGAL UR
      POSTCONCEPTIONAL AGE AND WEIGHT CHARACTERISTICS OF INFANTS CONSIDEREDTO BE READY FOR DISCHARGE HOME FROM A NEWBORN INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT (NICU)

      Clinical research
    48. COHEN T; KOTAGAL UR
      INTRAHOSPITAL VARIABILITY BETWEEN SPECIALTIES IN THE USE OF PREMEDICATION FOR NEONATAL ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION

      Clinical research
    49. DONOVAN EF; BEST A; KOTAGAL UR; PERLSTEIN PH; ATHERTON HD
      PRIMARY-CARE DOES NOT REDUCE THE FREQUENCY OF EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT VISITS BY INNER-CITY, AFRICAN-AMERICAN INFANTS

      Clinical research


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