David R. Flum focuses on Surgery, Cohort study, Retrospective cohort study, General surgery and Body mass index. His Surgery study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Weight loss and Hazard ratio. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Survival analysis and Cohort.
The various areas that David R. Flum examines in his Cohort study study include Appendicitis, Young adult, Perforation, Cumulative incidence and Confidence interval. His study in Retrospective cohort study is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Abdominal aortic aneurysm, Endovascular aneurysm repair and Incidence. His research integrates issues of Abdominal wall, Interquartile range and Abdomen in his study of General surgery.
His primary areas of study are Surgery, Cohort study, General surgery, Retrospective cohort study and Weight loss. His research on Surgery focuses in particular on Prospective cohort study. In his work, Confidence interval is strongly intertwined with Odds ratio, which is a subfield of Cohort study.
His Retrospective cohort study study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Radiology, Incidence and Hazard ratio. His research in Weight loss tackles topics such as Diabetes mellitus which are related to areas like Internal medicine and Insulin. His studies in Diverticulitis integrate themes in fields like Diverticular disease, Colostomy and Elective surgery.
His primary areas of investigation include Surgery, Cohort, Internal medicine, Diverticulitis and Weight loss. His Surgery research incorporates elements of Obesity, Cohort study and Confidence interval. His study in Cohort is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Perforation and Observational study.
In the field of Internal medicine, his study on Disease and Acute cholecystitis overlaps with subjects such as In patient. His work deals with themes such as Area under the curve, Diverticular disease, Intensive care medicine, Elective surgery and Prospective cohort study, which intersect with Diverticulitis. His studies deal with areas such as Diabetes mellitus, Ethnic group and Incidence as well as Weight loss.
His main research concerns Surgery, Cohort, Retrospective cohort study, Weight loss and Appendicitis. His research investigates the connection between Surgery and topics such as Obesity that intersect with problems in Medicaid and Relative risk. His Cohort research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Concordance, Spondylolisthesis, Physical therapy and Ghrelin.
David R. Flum usually deals with Retrospective cohort study and limits it to topics linked to Confidence interval and Colectomy, Stoma and Colostomy. As a member of one scientific family, David R. Flum mostly works in the field of Weight loss, focusing on Diabetes mellitus and, on occasion, Hospitalized patients and Institutional review board. His Appendicitis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Perforation, Adverse effect and Randomized controlled trial, Randomization.
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Perioperative safety in the longitudinal assessment of bariatric surgery.
David Reed Flum;Steven H. Belle;Wendy C. King;Abdus S. Wahed.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2009)
No surgical innovation without evaluation: the IDEAL recommendations.
Peter McCulloch;Douglas G Altman;W Bruce Campbell;David R Flum.
The Lancet (2009)
Weight change and health outcomes at 3 years after bariatric surgery among individuals with severe obesity.
Anita P. Courcoulas;Nicholas J. Christian;Steven H. Belle;Paul D. Berk.
Impact of gastric bypass operation on survival: A population-based analysis
David R. Flum;E. Patchen Dellinger.
Journal of The American College of Surgeons (2004)
Early mortality among Medicare beneficiaries undergoing bariatric surgical procedures.
David R. Flum;Leon Salem;Jo Ann Broeckel Elrod;E. Patchen Dellinger.
Has misdiagnosis of appendicitis decreased over time? A population-based analysis.
David R. Flum;Arden Morris;Thomas Koepsell;E. Patchen Dellinger.
Have outcomes of incisional hernia repair improved with time? A population-based analysis.
David R. Flum;Karen Horvath;Thomas Koepsell.
Annals of Surgery (2003)
Bile duct injury during cholecystectomy and survival in medicare beneficiaries.
David R. Flum;Allen Cheadle;Cecilia Prela;E. Patchen Dellinger.
Intraoperative cholangiography and risk of common bile duct injury during cholecystectomy.
David R. Flum;E. Patchen Dellinger;Allen Cheadle;Leighton Chan.
THE CLINICAL AND ECONOMIC CORRELATES OF MISDIAGNOSED APPENDICITIS: NATIONWIDE ANALYSIS
David R. Flum;Thomas Koepsell.
Archives of Surgery (2002)
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