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Charles John Gerardo, MD

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El-Gabri, Deena, João Ricardo Nickenig Vissoci, Brian J. Meier, Mark Mvungi, Michael Haglund, Monica Swahn, Blandina T. Mmbaga, Charles J. Gerardo, and Catherine A. Staton. “Alcohol stigma as it relates to drinking behaviors and perceptions of drink drivers: A mixed method study in Moshi, Tanzania.” Alcohol 88 (November 2020): 73–81. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.alcohol.2020.04.005.

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Wolf, S. J., R. Byyny, C. R. Carpenter, D. B. Diercks, S. R. Gemme, C. J. Gerardo, S. A. Godwin, et al. “Clinical Policy: Critical Issues Related to Opioids in Adult Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department.” Annals of Emergency Medicine 76, no. 3 (September 1, 2020): e13–39. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2020.06.049.

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Kelly, P. E., and C. J. Gerardo. “A CASE OF SEVERE SYSTEMIC COPPERHEAD ENVENOMATION WITH DELAYED DIAGNOSIS.” In Toxicon, 182:S17–S17, 2020.

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Gerardo, C. J., E. Silvius, S. Schobel, J. Eppensteiner, L. McGowan, A. T. Limkakeng, A. D. Kirk, and E. A. Elster. “ASSOCIATION OF A CYTOKINE RESPONSE NETWORK WITH FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY FROM SNAKEBITE ENVENOMING.” In Toxicon, 182:S15–16, 2020.

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Wen, F. H., W. M. Monteiro, J. F. Scheidt, L. Andrade, J. Ye, C. A. Staton, C. J. Gerardo, and J. R. N. Vissoci. “GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION AND HEALTH CARE DISPARITIES OF SCORPION STINGS IN BRAZIL.” In Toxicon, 182:S24–25, 2020.

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Campos, M., G. Rego, C. A. Staton, R. N. J. Vissoci, and C. J. Gerardo. “SNAKE ENVENOMATION CLINICAL OUTCOME MEASURES VARY WIDELY AND ARE NOT PATIENT-CENTERED: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF CLINICAL STUDIES.” In Toxicon, 182:S14–15, 2020.

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Fernandes, N. C., J. R. N. Vissoci, E. J. Lavonas, and C. J. Gerardo. “THE VALIDITY, RELIABILITY AND MINIMAL CLINICALLY IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE OF THE SF-36 PHYSICAL FUNCTION DIMENSION AND THE PROMIS-10 GLOBAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT IN SNAKE ENVENOMATION.” In Toxicon, 182:S20–S20, 2020.

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Vissoci, J. R. N., A. Tupetz, A. J. Phillips, P. E. Kelly, E. J. Lavonas, and C. J. Gerardo. “WHAT ACTIVITIES DO SNAKEBITE ENVENOMATION PATIENTS CHOOSE TO ASSESS DYSFUNCTION?” In Toxicon, 182:S16–17, 2020.

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