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Camila Romero

TitleAssociate Physician
InstitutionUniversity of California San Diego
DepartmentFamily Medicine and Public Health
Address9500 Gilman Drive #0811
La Jolla CA 92093
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    1. Romero T, Velez P, Glaser D, Romero C. Do gender and race/ethnicity influence acute myocardial infarction quality of care in a hospital with a large Hispanic patient and provider representation? Cardiol Res Pract. 2013; 2013:975393. PMID: 24490100; PMCID: PMC3893801.
    2. Romero C, Romero TE, Shlay JC, Ogden LG, Dabelea D. Changing trends in the prevalence and disparities of obesity and other cardiovascular disease risk factors in three racial/ethnic groups of USA adults. Adv Prev Med. 2012; 2012:172423. PMID: 23243516; PMCID: PMC3518078.
    3. Koch E, Thorp J, Bravo M, Gatica S, Romero C, Aguilera H, Ahlers I. Women's education level, maternal health facilities, abortion legislation and maternal deaths: a natural experiment in Chile from 1957 to 2007. PLoS One. 2012; 7(5):e36613. PMID: 22574194.
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    4. Romero C, Duke JK, Dabelea D, Romero TE, Ogden LG. Does the epidemiologic paradox hold in the presence of risk factors for low birth weight infants among Mexican-born women in Colorado? J Health Care Poor Underserved. 2012 May; 23(2):604-14. PMID: 22643610.
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    5. Romero T, Romero C. Stagnant in cardiovascular prevention: alarming trends and persistent socioeconomic obstacles. Rev Esp Cardiol. 2010 Nov; 63(11):1340-8. PMID: 21070729.
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    6. Koch E, Romero T, Romero C, Aguilera H, Paredes M, Vargas M, Ahumada C. Early life and adult socioeconomic influences on mortality risk: preliminary report of a 'pauper rich' paradox in a Chilean adult cohort. Ann Epidemiol. 2010 Jun; 20(6):487-92. PMID: 20470977.
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