Benjamin Cocchiaro

Title(s)Adjunct Lecturer, Dept. of Nursing
Address669 W. 34th Street
University Park Campus
Los Angeles CA 90089
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    1. Does a hypoxic injury from a non-fatal overdose lead to an Alzheimer Disease? Neurochem Int. 2020 Dec 10; 143:104936. Voronkov M, Cocchiaro B, Stock JB. PMID: 33309980.
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    2. Empowering communities with a smartphone-based response network for opioid overdoses. IEEE Pervasive Comput. 2020 Oct-Dec; 19(4):42-47. Marcu G, Schwartz DG, Ataiants J, Roth A, Yahav I, Cocchiaro B, Khalemsky M, Lankenau S. PMID: 33568966.
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    3. Layperson reversal of opioid overdose supported by smartphone alert: A prospective observational cohort study. EClinicalMedicine. 2020 Aug; 25:100474. Schwartz DG, Ataiants J, Roth A, Marcu G, Yahav I, Cocchiaro B, Khalemsky M, Lankenau S. PMID: 32954238.
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