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Vijay Lapsia

TitleASSISTANT PROFESSOR
InstitutionMount Sinai
DepartmentNephrology
Address309 E 94th Street
New York NY 10128
Phone212-987-7747

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    1. Lapsia V, Lamb K, Yasnoff WA. Where should electronic records for patients be stored? Int J Med Inform. 2012 Dec; 81(12):821-7.
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    2. Ejaz AA, Kambhampati G, Ejaz NI, Dass B, Lapsia V, Arif AA, Asmar A, Shimada M, Alsabbagh MM, Aiyer R, Johnson RJ. Post-operative serum uric acid and acute kidney injury. J Nephrol. 2012 Jul-Aug; 25(4):497-505.
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    3. Lapsia V, Johnson RJ, Dass B, Shimada M, Kambhampati G, Ejaz NI, Arif AA, Ejaz AA. Elevated uric acid increases the risk for acute kidney injury. Am J Med. 2012 Mar; 125(3):302.e9-17.
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    4. Lapsia V, Kazory A. Loop diuretics for heart failure-associated hyponatremia. Am J Med. 2010 Aug; 123(8):e5-6.
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    5. Munnur U, Karnad DR, Bandi VD, Lapsia V, Suresh MS, Ramshesh P, Gardner MA, Longmire S, Guntupalli KK. Critically ill obstetric patients in an American and an Indian public hospital: comparison of case-mix, organ dysfunction, intensive care requirements, and outcomes. Intensive Care Med. 2005 Aug; 31(8):1087-94.
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    6. Karnad DR, Lapsia V, Krishnan A, Salvi VS. Prognostic factors in obstetric patients admitted to an Indian intensive care unit. Crit Care Med. 2004 Jun; 32(6):1294-9.
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