His primary scientific interests are in Internal medicine, Veterans Affairs, Emergency medicine, Blood pressure and Gerontology. His Internal medicine study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Surgery and Intensive care medicine. His Veterans Affairs research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ambulatory care, Activities of daily living, Long-term care, Confidence interval and Pharmacoepidemiology.
The various areas that he examines in his Emergency medicine study include Minimum Data Set, Patient characteristics, Preventive care, Tasa and Comorbidity. His Blood pressure research incorporates themes from Randomized controlled trial, Disease and Hazard ratio. As a member of one scientific family, Dan R. Berlowitz mostly works in the field of Gerontology, focusing on Public health and, on occasion, Demography, Ethnic origin, Medical prescription and Shared care.
Dan R. Berlowitz spends much of his time researching Veterans Affairs, Internal medicine, Blood pressure, Health care and Nursing. Dan R. Berlowitz has researched Veterans Affairs in several fields, including Odds ratio, Incidence, Ambulatory care, Retrospective cohort study and Emergency medicine. His Internal medicine study combines topics in areas such as Diabetes mellitus, Surgery and Cardiology.
His study focuses on the intersection of Blood pressure and fields such as Physical therapy with connections in the field of Stroke. His Health care research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quality and Quality management. In his study, Epilepsy is strongly linked to Family medicine, which falls under the umbrella field of Nursing.
Dan R. Berlowitz mainly investigates Blood pressure, Internal medicine, Physical therapy, Randomized controlled trial and Hazard ratio. His Blood pressure research includes elements of Clinical trial, Adverse effect, Sexual function, Standard treatment and Sprint. His Standard treatment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Surgery, Myocardial infarction, Acute coronary syndrome, Cause of death and Acute decompensated heart failure.
Dan R. Berlowitz regularly ties together related areas like Diabetes mellitus in his Internal medicine studies. His research integrates issues of Cohort study and Quality management in his study of Physical therapy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Quartile, Veterans Affairs and Comorbidity.
His primary areas of investigation include Blood pressure, Internal medicine, Randomized controlled trial, Hazard ratio and Physical therapy. His Blood pressure study which covers Sprint that intersects with Cohort, Intensive care medicine, Adverse effect and Health care. His Internal medicine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cross-sectional study and Endocrinology.
His studies deal with areas such as Kidney disease, Quality of life, Sexual function, Standard treatment and Sexual dysfunction as well as Randomized controlled trial. He has included themes like Surgery, Myocardial infarction, Acute coronary syndrome, Cause of death and Acute decompensated heart failure in his Standard treatment study. Dan R. Berlowitz works mostly in the field of Physical therapy, limiting it down to topics relating to Interquartile range and, in certain cases, Clinical trial, Cohort study, Incidence, Intention-to-treat analysis and Preferred walking speed, as a part of the same area of interest.
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Inadequate Management of Blood Pressure in a Hypertensive Population
Dan R. Berlowitz;Arlene S. Ash;Elaine C. Hickey;Robert H. Friedman.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1998)
Intensive vs Standard Blood Pressure Control and Cardiovascular Disease Outcomes in Adults Aged ≥75 Years: A Randomized Clinical Trial.
Jeff D. Williamson;Mark A. Supiano;Mark A. Supiano;William B. Applegate;Dan R. Berlowitz;Dan R. Berlowitz.
Physician-Related Barriers to the Effective Management of Uncontrolled Hypertension
Susan A. Oliveria;Pablo Lapuerta;Bruce D. McCarthy;Gilbert J. L'Italien.
JAMA Internal Medicine (2002)
The design and rationale of a multicenter clinical trial comparing two strategies for control of systolic blood pressure: the Systolic Blood Pressure Intervention Trial (SPRINT).
Walter T. Ambrosius;Kaycee M. Sink;Capri G. Foy;Dan R. Berlowitz.
Clinical Trials (2014)
Risk factors for pressure sores. A comparison of cross-sectional and cohort-derived data.
Dan R. Berlowitz;Dan R. Berlowitz;Spencer Van B. Wilking;Spencer Van B. Wilking.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (1989)
Disparities in diabetes care: impact of mental illness.
Susan M. Frayne;Jewell H. Halanych;Donald R. Miller;Fei Wang.
JAMA Internal Medicine (2005)
Patient characteristics associated with oral anticoagulation control: results of the Veterans AffaiRs Study to Improve Anticoagulation (VARIA)
Adam J. Rose;Adam J. Rose;Elaine M. Hylek;Al Ozonoff;Al Ozonoff;Arlene S. Ash;Arlene S. Ash.
Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (2010)
Electronic consultations (e-consults) to improve access to specialty care: A systematic review and narrative synthesis
Varsha G Vimalananda;Varsha G Vimalananda;Gouri Gupte;Siamak M Seraj;Jay Orlander.
Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare (2015)
A new pressure ulcer conceptual framework
Susanne Coleman;Jane Nixon;Justin Keen;Lyn Wilson.
Journal of Advanced Nursing (2014)
Angioedema Incidence in US Veterans Initiating Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors
Donald R. Miller;Susan A. Oliveria;Dan R. Berlowitz;Benjamin G. Fincke.
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