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Jay S. Greenspan, MD

Contact Dr. Greenspan

1025 Walnut Street
College Building, Suite 720
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-0710

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Targeting hospitals for antimicrobial stewardship
  2. Early caffeine therapy for prevention of bronchopulmonary dysplasia in preterm infants
  3. A new model to decrease time-to-appointment wait for gastroenterology evaluation
  4. Use of analgesic, anesthetic, and sedative medications during pediatric hospitalizations in the united states 2008
  5. Access to subspecialty care: Bringing back the specialty of general pediatrics
  6. Neonatal non-invasive respiratory support: Physiological implications
  7. Pediatric vancomycin use in 421 hospitals in the United States, 2008
  8. Morphine use in hospitalized children in the United States: A descriptive analysis of data from pediatric hospitalizations in 2008
  9. Implementing medication reconciliation in outpatient pediatrics
  10. Dopamine and Dobutamine Use in Preterm or Low Birth Weight Neonates in the Premier 2008 Database
  11. Optimizing patient/caregiver satisfaction through quality of communication in the pediatric emergency department
  12. Do premature female infants really do better than their male counterparts?
  13. Revised dose schema of sublingual buprenorphine in the treatment of the neonatal opioid abstinence syndrome
  14. Estimating pediatric inpatient medication use in the United States
  15. Quality care for children: Inpatient medication use in a mid-atlantic hospital system 2000-2003
  16. Are outcomes and care processes for preterm neonates influenced by health insurance status?
  17. Incubator weaning in preterm infants and associated practice variation
  18. Differences in short-term neonatal outcomes between discordant Twins
  19. Changing use of surfactant over 6 years and its relationship to chronic lung disease
  20. Sublingual buprenorphine for treatment of neonatal abstinence syndrome: A randomized trial
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