Ala Nozari, MD, PhD
Professor
Boston University School of Medicine
Dept of Anesthesiology




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  1. Ramineni A, Roberts EA, Vora M, Mahboobi SK, Nozari A. Anesthesia Considerations in Neurological Emergencies. Neurol Clin. 2021 05; 39(2):319-332. PMID: 33896521
     
  2. Ortega R, Nozari A, Baker W, Surani S, Edwards M. Intranasal Naloxone Administration. N Engl J Med. 2021 Mar 25; 384(12):e44.View Related Profiles. PMID: 33761209
     
  3. Raub D, Platzbecker K, Grabitz SD, Xu X, Wongtangman K, Pham SB, Murugappan KR, Hanafy KA, Nozari A, Houle TT, Kendale SM, Eikermann M. Effects of Volatile Anesthetics on Postoperative Ischemic Stroke Incidence. J Am Heart Assoc. 2021 Feb; 10(5):e018952. PMID: 33634705
     
  4. Bottiroli M, Calini A, Pinciroli R, Mueller A, Siragusa A, Anelli C, Urman R, Nozari A, Berra L, Mondino M, Fumagalli R. The repurposed use of anesthesia machines to ventilate critically ill patients with Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Res Sq. 2021 Feb 12. PMID: 33594358
     
  5. Esmaeeli S, Valencia J, Buhl LK, Bastos AB, Goudarzi S, Eikermann M, Fehnel C, Pollard R, Thomas A, Ogilvy CS, Shaefi S, Nozari A. Anesthetic management of unruptured intracranial aneurysms: a qualitative systematic review. Neurosurg Rev. 2021 Jan 07. PMID: 33415519
     
  6. Sahib S, Sharma A, Menon PK, Muresanu DF, Castellani RJ, Nozari A, Lafuente JV, Bryukhovetskiy I, Tian ZR, Patnaik R, Buzoianu AD, Wiklund L, Sharma HS. Cerebrolysin enhances spinal cord conduction and reduces blood-spinal cord barrier breakdown, edema formation, immediate early gene expression and cord pathology after injury. Prog Brain Res. 2020; 258:397-438. PMID: 33223040
     
  7. Niu F, Sharma A, Wang Z, Feng L, Muresanu DF, Sahib S, Tian ZR, Lafuente JV, Buzoianu AD, Castellani RJ, Nozari A, Patnaik R, Wiklund L, Sharma HS. Co-administration of TiO2-nanowired dl-3-n-butylphthalide (dl-NBP) and mesenchymal stem cells enhanced neuroprotection in Parkinson's disease exacerbated by concussive head injury. Prog Brain Res. 2020; 258:101-155. PMID: 33223034
     
  8. Sharma A, Muresanu DF, Castellani RJ, Nozari A, Lafuente JV, Sahib S, Tian ZR, Buzoianu AD, Patnaik R, Wiklund L, Sharma HS. Mild traumatic brain injury exacerbates Parkinson's disease induced hemeoxygenase-2 expression and brain pathology: Neuroprotective effects of co-administration of TiO2 nanowired mesenchymal stem cells and cerebrolysin. Prog Brain Res. 2020; 258:157-231. PMID: 33223035
     
  9. Muresanu DF, Sharma A, Sahib S, Tian ZR, Feng L, Castellani RJ, Nozari A, Lafuente JV, Buzoianu AD, Sjöquist PO, Patnaik R, Wiklund L, Sharma HS. Diabetes exacerbates brain pathology following a focal blast brain injury: New role of a multimodal drug cerebrolysin and nanomedicine. Prog Brain Res. 2020; 258:285-367. PMID: 33223037
     
  10. Sharma A, Muresanu DF, Sahib S, Tian ZR, Castellani RJ, Nozari A, Lafuente JV, Buzoianu AD, Bryukhovetskiy I, Manzhulo I, Patnaik R, Wiklund L, Sharma HS. Concussive head injury exacerbates neuropathology of sleep deprivation: Superior neuroprotection by co-administration of TiO2-nanowired cerebrolysin, alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone, and mesenchymal stem cells. Prog Brain Res. 2020; 258:1-77. PMID: 33223033
     
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