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The clinical research laboratory of Daryl J. Kor, M.D. focuses on topics related to blood health during a surgical hospital stay and blood management. To facilitate this research agenda, Dr. Kor has explored and become experienced with the use of novel data and biomedical informatics solutions in support of clinical research. Much of his prior work focused on the use of innovative informatics approaches to improve the understanding of the role of hospital events and associated patient responses on the development of perioperative complications.
Dr. Kor's research leads to improved identification of patients who are likely to experience either harm or benefit with transfusion therapies. His work also leads to a better understanding of potential prevention strategies for postoperative complications. Dr. Kor's lab takes advantage of medical informatics and electronic health records to facilitate knowledge discovery and implementation of best practices. These efforts improve quality of care in the perioperative environment with particular emphasis on the intensive care unit.
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