Ramy Boles

Ramy Boles
University of Toronto | U of T · Faculty of Medicine

Bachelor of Health Sciences


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Publications (7)
Hospitalized patients with cancer who experience cardiopulmonary arrest have historically low survival rates. This retrospective cohort study describes outcomes of patients at a large Canadian cancer centre who had a “code medical emergency” activated, and the use of pragmatic criteria to identify patients with poor survival following resuscitation...
Objective: To describe frostbite (freezing cold injured tissue) in children and intrinsic (psychological and behavioral) and extrinsic (meteorological and safety hazard) factors related to the injury. Methods: Retrospective chart review of children <18 years old referred to a regional pediatric hospital for frostbite, to determine the demographi...
Introduction Frostbite is a thermal injury from frozen tissue. Literature is limited on children, a vulnerable population not in control of their environment. The objective is to describe frostbite in children referred to a regional pediatric hospital and intrinsic (psychological and behavioral) and extrinsic (meteorological and safety hazard) fact...
Intermediate risk prostate cancer is a current medical challenge since the patients in this group can either be stable or progress, and there is no predictor for individual risk. Stratifying these patients would spare the patients unnecessary treatment or indicate the start of treatment immediately without losing precious time. Currently, prostate...
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Introduction and Objectives: Circulating tumour cells (CTCs) are emerging as a promising bio-marker in prostate cancer screening and monitoring of disease progression. An efficient and reliable method of CTC isolation must be developed in order to utilize CTCs clinically. Stratification and profiling of prostate cancer patients can be achieved with...


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