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2009 Advocate Research Forum Posters
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Advocate Christ Hospital Medical Center

ANALYSIS OF PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN PATIENTS ENROLLED IN A
DISEASE MANAGEMENT HEART FAILURE PROGRAM

Geetha Bhat, MD, Sunil Pauwaa, MD, Carol Pisano, RN, BSN, CCRN, Bernadine Brennan, RN, BSN, CCRN, Marc A Silver, MD
Heart Failure Institute, Advocate Christ Medical Center

STRATEGIES TO OPTIMIZE NUTRITION FOR PATIENTS RECEIVING A MECHANICAL ASSIST DEVICE
Mary P. Gregory, RD, LDN; Michelle Nellett, APRN, MSN, CCRN, CCNS; Deborah Kadich, RN, BSN; Mark S. Slaughter, MD
Mary.Gregory@advocatehealth.com
Advocate Christ Medical Center, Oak Lawn, Illinois

REASSESSING THE ROLE OF PRIMARY CHEMORADIATIONCOMPARED TO SURGERY FOR LARGE VOLUME (LV) T4 LARYNGEAL CANCER:ANALYSIS USING THE SURVEILLANCE-EPIDEMIOLOGY-ENDRESULTS (SEER) DATABASE
Joehar Hamdan, DO1,2, Mohammad Kawji, MD1,2, Lawrence Feldman, MD1
1. University of Illinois in Chicago 2. Advocate Christ Medical Center

[BEST POSTER WINNER]
OCCUPANCY RATES AND EDWIN SCORES CORRELATE SIGNIFICANTLY WITH NUMBER OF PATIENTS LEAVING THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT WITHOUT BEING SEEN
K. Michael Hart, BS, Simon S. Waghchoure, MBBS, Erik B. Kulstad, MD, MS
Department of Emergency Medicine, Advocate Christ Medical Center, Oak Lawn, Illinois

AN ATTENDING PHYSICIAN FLOAT SHIFT TO CARE FOR BOARDING PATIENTS DURING OVERCROWDED CONDITIONS INCREASES TIME AVAILABLE FOR RESIDENT EDUCATION
Shannon Holt, MD, Chintan Mistry, MD, Robert Harwood, MD, MPH, and Erik Kulstad, MD, MS
Department of Emergency Medicine, Advocate Christ Medical Center, Oak Lawn, Illinois

APPLICATION OF A NEW SCORING INSTRUMENT TO PREDICT INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE AND OUTCOME AFTER THROMBOLYSIS FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE IN A COMMUNITY HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
Shannon Holt1, MD, Cindy Bakker1, PharmD, Rolla Sweis1, PharmD, Melvin Wichter2, MD, Kathleen Rzechula1, RN, and Erik Kulstad1, MD, MS
Departments of Emergency Medicine1and Neurology2, Advocate Christ Medical Center, Oak Lawn, Illinois

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT: INNOVATION IN TEACHING ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTATION
Dimensions of Excellence / Research Forum
Julie Kenney, RNC-OB, MSN Judith Cavanaugh, RN-BC, MSN
Julie.Kenney@advocatehealth.comJudith.Cavanaugh@advocatehealth.com
Advocate Christ Medical Center/Advocate Children's Hospital - Oak Lawn, Oak Lawn, Illinois

EFFECT OF OVERCROWDING ON TIME TO PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION FOR ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Erik Kulstad, MD, MS, Ken Kelley, MD, and Kathleen H. Rzechula, RN
Department of Emergency Medicine, Advocate Christ Medical Center, Oak Lawn, Illinois

ROLE OF CORONARY CT ANGIOGRAPHY IN STAGE 3 CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE -RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS
Syed A, Mohammed A, Ananthapanyasut W, Harindhanavudhi T, Hamarshi M, Alhariri B, Takale T, E. Lerma, Levin T;
Department of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago/ Advocate Christ Medical Center, Oak Lawn, IL

EARLY IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION OF A NUTRITIONAL PROTOCOL IN THE ADULT SURGICAL HEART UNIT FOR PATIENTS RECEIVING A MECHANICAL ASSIST DEVICE
Michelle Nellett, APN, MSN, CCRN, CCNS; Mary Gregory, RD, LDN; & Deborah Kadich, RN, BSN, CCRN, NCIII
Michelle.Nellett@advocatehealth.com
Advocate Christ Medical Center, Oak Lawn, Illinois

CORRELATION OF ED OCCUPANCY RATE WITH TIME TO ANTIBIOTICSFOR PATIENTS WITH PNEUMONIA
Rishi Sikka MD1, Carleen Kaucky RN1, Supriya Mehta PhD MHS2, Erik B. Kulstad MD MS1
1Department of Emergency Medicine, Advocate Christ Medical Center, 2University of Illinois Chicago -School of Public Health


Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center

NATIONWIDE TRENDS IN INTRAOPERATIVE CHOLANGIOGRAPHY UTILIZATION
Prasoon P Mohan MD*, Marek Rudnicki MD, PhD*, Usama Qumsieh MD*, Wendy Weller PhD
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Centre*, University at Albany School of Public Health

THE ROLE OF HELMET USE AND MOTORCYCLE RIDER POSITION AS OUTCOME PREDICTORS UTILIZING THE NATIONAL TRAUMA DATA BANK RESEARCH DATASET 7.0
Elizabeth M Schmidt, MD3; Richard J Fantus, MD, FACS1; Michele M. Mellett, MD, FACS1; and Sandra M Goble, MS2

GERD RELATED SYMPTOMS AND PATIENT'S POSITION
Zapata C, MD 1, Sharma N, MD 2, Castell DO , MD 2, Papafragkakis C , MD 1
1Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center 2Medical University of South Carolina

[BEST POSTER WINNER]
THE CIRCADIAN PATTERN OF GERD
Zapata C, MD 1, Sharma N, MD 2, Castell DO, MD 2, Malow J, MD 1
1Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center 2Medical University of South Carolina

PROTON PUMP INHIBITOR THERAPY DOES NOT STOP GASTRO ESOPHAGEAL REFLUX
Zapata C, MD 1, Sharma N, MD 2, Castell DO, MD 2, Concannon L, MD 1
1Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center 2Medical University of South Carolina


Advocate Lutheran General Hospital

COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED MRSA DISEASE AND NASAL COLONIZATION IN CHILDREN: IS THE NOSE THE PRIMARY RESERVOIR?
Jannette M Bushard, DO, Denise Angst, PhD, Susan Crawford, MD, Michael Costello, PhD, Julie K Stamos, MD
Department of Pediatrics, Advocate Children's Hospital - Park Ridge, Park Ridge, Illinois

A LEVEL OF READABILITY ASSESSMENT OF CONSENT FORMS APPROVED BY THE IRB AT THE ADVOCATE HEALTHCARE SYSTEM
Danene Coroneos-Shannon  MSEd, BA, BSN, RN-BC, CHES

ADOLESCENTS PRESCRIBED PPIS: ARE THEY TAKING THEM OPTIMALLY OR SUB-OPTIMALLY?
Mary Dahlberg,1 Sue Weides, RN, CAPA,2 Benjamin Leaf,1 T.S. Gunasekaran, M.D.1,2,3,4
1Center for Children's Digestive Health, Park Ridge, IL, 2Advocate Children's Hospital - Park Ridge Esophageal Center, Park Ridge, IL, 3Advocate Children's Hospital - Park Ridge, Park Ridge, IL 4Ronald McDonald Children's Hospital, Maywood, IL

PARENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF SCHOOL INTERVENTIONS FOR THEIR CHILDREN WITH BRAIN TUMORS
Denise Fleig, APN, Courtney Dirksen, Ph.D, Randy Spreen Parker, Ph.D
Advocate Children's Hospital - Park Ridge

SCREENING OF NURSING HOME PATIENTS FOR HEART FAILURE WITH BNP TESTING
Stuart Goldman, MD1, Judith Gravdal, MD1, and Robert Maslo2
Advocate Lutheran General Hospital1 and Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science2

[BEST POSTER WINNER]
ENDOTHELIN LEVELS (ET-1) IN HEALTHY NEONATES.
Ramesh Muthukumar, MD*; Bhagya L Puppala,MD*, Ramona Donovan, MS, RD*; Lorene Schweig, RN*; Anil Gulati, MD, PhD^; Manish Lavhale M.Pharm, PhD^;
*Advocate Children's Hospital - Park Ridge, Park Ridge, IL; ^ Midwestern University, College of Pharmacy, Downers Grove, IL

ENDOTHELIN (ET-1) LEVELS IN NEONATES
Bhagya L Puppala, MD1, Ramesh K Muthukumar, MD1, Ramona L Donovan, MS, RD2, Manish S Lavhale, MPharm, PhD3 and Anil Gulati, MD, PhD3
1Pediatrics/Div. of Neonatology, Advocate Children's Hospital - Park Ridge, Park Ridge, IL, United States; 2Pediatrics/Div. of Research, Advocate Children's Hospital - Park Ridge, Park Ridge, IL, United States and 3Pharmaceutical Sciences, Midwestern University Chicago College of Pharmacy, Downers Grove, IL, United States.
 
CORD BLOOD GHRELIN LEVELS IN CONCORDANT AND DISCORDANT TWIN PAIRS: ASSOCIATION WITH BIRTH WEIGHT AND POST-NATAL CATCH UP GROWTH
Umair Sharih, MD*; Barbara Parilla, MD*;Bhagya L Puppala, MD*; Ramona Donovan, MS, RD*
*Advocate Children's Hospital - Park Ridge, Park Ridge, IL

CONNECTING WITH TEENS TO BRIDGE THE HEALTH INFORMATION GAP
Principal Investigator:  Kathryn A. Smart MS RN CRRN
Co-Investigators:  Lisa H. Jacob MALS, Randy Spreen Parker PhD, RNC


Advocate System

[BEST POSTER WINNER]
ADDITION OF A GENERIC MEDICATION VOUCHER PROGRAM (MVP) TO PHARMACIST ACADEMIC DETAILING IN A PHYSICIAN-HOSPITAL ORGANIZATION (PHO): ASSESSING THE IMPACT ON THE GENERIC DISPENSING RATE (GDR)
Vinay Bhargava, Mark E. Greg, Mark C. Shields
Advocate Physician Partners, 1661 Feehanville Drive, Suite 200, Mount Prospect IL 60056

COMPARISON OF TWO PAIN SCALES FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF PAIN IN THE VENTILATED ADULT PATIENT
Pat Juarez, APN, MS1; AnnmarieBach, RN, BSN2; ManissaBaker, APN, MSN3; Deb Duey, APN, MS2; Sue Durkin, APN, MSN4; Ann Gagliardi, RN, BSN2; Barb Gulczynski, APN, MSN4; Karen Heard, RN, BSN5; Lynn Klassman, RN, BSN6; Cheryl Lefaiver, RN, PhD2; Michelle Nellett, APN, MS2; Susie O'Mara, APN, MSN6,10; Meredith Rubocki, RN, BSN7; Bonnie Schleder, APN, MS8; Peggy Siegele, RN, BSN6; ZitaSumagaysay, RN, BSN9

WHAT IS THE EFFECT OF PREOPERATIVE EDUCATION ON PATIENT OUTCOMES AFTER JOINT REPLACEMENT SURGERY?
Principal Investigator: Marge Kearney APN, ONC1
Sub-Investigators: Mary Kay Jennrich RN, BSN1, Stephanie Russo DPT, MSCS1,Rochelle Robinson RN, ONC1, Sheri Wilhelmi RN, BSN1, Stephanie Wink RN, BSN1, Dan Felice MPT1, Lisa Orlet MPT1, Barbara Berger PhD, RN21
Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital, 2 University of Illinois at Chicago

INTERDISCIPLINARY NURSING HOME PRACTICE: COLLABORATIVE TRUST AND DECISION MAKING
Jill O' Brien, PhD and Donald R. Marin Ph.D.
College of Communication, De Paul Unversity, Chicago
Judith A. Heyworth, M.D., CMD and Nancy R. Meyer, MSN, APN, CNS-BC, Advocate Health Care, Geriatrics, Chicago.

 


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