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  • Big Data vs. Bad Bugs: Fighting ESKAPE Pathogens Electronically
  • Dabigatran Versus Warfarin Among Patients With Atrial Fibrillation: Real-World Post-market Results
  • Dronedarone or Amiodarone and Risk of Heart Failure HF: A Federal Partners Collaboration
  • DoD Mother-Child Database Approaches and Methods to Evaluate the Safety of Drugs and Biological Products During Pregnancy in the Post-Approval Setting
  • Varenicline and Potential Implications for Serious Neuropsychiatric and Cardiovascular Events
  • Advanced Visualization Analysis for Investigating Complex Adverse Drug Reactions in Claims Data
  • Proton Pump Inhibitors and Risk of Fractures
  • Prevalence of Tobacco Use and Cessation among the Military Health Service Population, 2010 - 2014 


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Development of a mother-child database for drug exposure and adverse event detection in the Military Health System The aim of this study was to develop a mother-child linked database consisting of all eligible active duty military personnel, retirees, and their dependents in order to conduct medication-related analyses to improve the safety and quality of care in the Military Health System (MHS). 5/24/2015
Neuropsychiatric events in varenicline and nicotine replacement patch users in the Military Health System To determine the rate ratio of neuropsychiatric hospitalizations in new users of varenicline compared to new users of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) patch in the Military Health System (MHS). 1/1/2013
Visualizing Patterns of Drug Prescriptions with EventFlow: A Pilot Study of Asthma Medications in the Military Health System The Food and Drug Administration and Department of Defense were interested in detecting sub-optimal use of long-acting beta-agonists (LABAs) in asthmatics within the Military Health System (MHS). Visualizing the patterns of asthma medication use surrounding a LABA prescription is a quick way to detect possible sub-optimal use for further evaluation. Analysis of 100 asthma patients was conducted in EventFlow to display and summarize time-point and interval data. Epidemiologists reported that EventFlow was a powerful tool for rapidly visualizing possible patterns of sub-optimal LABA use that can be targeted for intervention. 1/1/2013
Active surveillance of postmarket medical product safety in the Federal Partners' Collaboration After half a century of monitoring voluntary reports of medical product adverse events, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has launched a long-term project to build an adverse events monitoring system, the Sentinel System, which can access and evaluate electronic health care data to help monitor the safety of regulated medical products once they are marketed. 11/1/2012
Acetaminophen overdose in the Military Health System We report the annual trend, distribution, and determinants of acetaminophen overdose using data from the Military Health System. We also assess the proportion of individuals with an acetaminophen overdose who received a prescription for any acetaminophen-containing medication prior to their event. 4/21/2012

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