Omar Badawi, PharmD, MPH, FCCM
Omar Badawi, PharmD, MPH, FCCM
Philips Healthcare; University of Maryland School of Pharmacy; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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The artificial intelligence clinician learns optimal treatment strategies for sepsis in intensive care
M Komorowski, LA Celi, O Badawi, AC Gordon, AA Faisal
Nature medicine 24 (11), 1716-1720, 2018
Severity scoring in the critically ill: part 1—interpretation and accuracy of outcome prediction scoring systems
MJ Breslow, O Badawi
Chest 141 (1), 245-252, 2012
The eICU Collaborative Research Database, a freely available multi-center database for critical care research
TJ Pollard, AEW Johnson, JD Raffa, LA Celi, RG Mark, O Badawi
Scientific data 5, 180178, 2018
Association between intensive care unit–acquired dysglycemia and in-hospital mortality
O Badawi, MD Waite, SA Fuhrman, IH Zuckerman
Critical care medicine 40 (12), 3180-3188, 2012
Benchmark data from more than 240,000 adults that reflect the current practice of critical care in the United States
CM Lilly, IH Zuckerman, O Badawi, RR Riker
Chest 140 (5), 1232-1242, 2011
Readmissions and death after ICU discharge: development and validation of two predictive models
O Badawi, MJ Breslow
PloS one 7 (11), e48758, 2012
Single-dose etomidate is not associated with increased mortality in ICU patients with sepsis: analysis of a large electronic ICU database
LC McPhee, O Badawi, GL Fraser, PA Lerwick, RR Riker, IH Zuckerman, ...
Critical care medicine 41 (3), 774-783, 2013
Intensive care unit–acquired hypernatremia is an independent predictor of increased mortality and length of stay
MD Waite, SA Fuhrman, O Badawi, IH Zuckerman, CS Franey
Journal of critical care 28 (4), 405-412, 2013
Severity scoring in the critically ill: part 2: maximizing value from outcome prediction scoring systems.
MJ Breslow, O Badawi
Chest 141 (2), 518-527, 2012
Making Big Data Useful for Health Care: A Summary of the Inaugural MIT Critical Data Conference
MITCDCOC Badawi O, Brennan T, Celi LA, Feng M, Ghassemi M, Ippolito A ...
JMIR Med Inform 2 (2), e22, 2014
The eICU research institute-a collaboration between industry, health-care providers, and academia
M McShea, R Holl, O Badawi, RR Riker, E Silfen
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine 29 (2), 18-25, 2010
Five-year trends of critical care practice and outcomes
CM Lilly, S Swami, X Liu, RR Riker, O Badawi
Chest 152 (4), 723-735, 2017
Thrombosis prophylaxis and mortality risk among critically ill adults
CM Lilly, X Liu, O Badawi, CS Franey, IH Zuckerman
Chest 146 (1), 51-57, 2014
Using technology to prevent adverse drug events in the intensive care unit
E Hassan, O Badawi, RJ Weber, H Cohen
Critical care medicine 38, S97-S105, 2010
Evaluation of ICU risk models adapted for use as continuous markers of severity of illness throughout the ICU stay
O Badawi, X Liu, E Hassan, PJ Amelung, S Swami
Critical care medicine 46 (3), 361-367, 2018
Evaluation of glycemic control metrics for intensive care unit populations
O Badawi, SY Yeung, BA Rosenfeld
American Journal of Medical Quality 24 (4), 310-320, 2009
Intensive care unit telemedicine in the era of big data, artificial intelligence, and computer clinical decision support systems
RD Kindle, O Badawi, LA Celi, S Sturland
Critical care clinics 35 (3), 483-495, 2019
The obesity paradox is not observed in critically ill patients on early enteral nutrition
K Harris, J Zhou, X Liu, E Hassan, O Badawi
Critical Care Medicine 45 (5), 828-834, 2017
Comparative effectiveness of proton pump inhibitors vs histamine type 2 receptor blockers for preventing clinically important gastrointestinal bleeding during intensive care: a …
CM Lilly, M Aljawadi, O Badawi, E Onukwugha, SE Tom, LS Magder, ...
Chest 154 (3), 557-566, 2018
Intensive care units with low versus high volume of myocardial infarction: clinical outcomes, resource utilization, and quality metrics
JM Stolker, O Badawi, JA Spertus, A Nasir, KF Kennedy, IH Harris, ...
Journal of the American Heart Association 4 (6), e001225, 2015
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