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Mori Takahiro

Faculty of Medicine
Official title
Associate Professor
Refereed academic journal/Refereed international conference paper
  • Sustainable affordability of Otago exercise in the US healthcare system: response to Liu et al.
    Mori Takahiro
    Osteoporosis Intenational/28(9)/p.2735, 2017-09
  • Validation of IDSA/ATS Algorithm for Duration of Pneumonia Therapy.
    Mori Takahiro
    JAMA Internal Medicine/177(2)/p.28, 2017-02
  • Latex Allergy
    Mori Takahiro
    American Family Physician/80(12)/pp.1413-1418, 2009-12
  • Effect of a falls quality improvement program on serious fall-related injuries.
    Mori Takahiro
    Journal of the American Geriatrics Society/63(1)/pp.63-70, 2015-01
  • Childhood socioeconomic status and adult femoral neck bone strength: Findings from the Midlife in the United States Study.
    Mori Takahiro
    Bone/56(2)/pp.320-326, 2013-10
  • Estimated expenditures for hip fractures using merged healthcare insurance data for individuals aged ≥ 75 years and long-term care insurance claims data in Japan
    Mori Takahiro
    Archives of Osteoporosis/13(1), 2018-03
  • Cost-effectiveness of combined oral bisphosphonate therapy and falls prevention exercise for fracture prevention in the USA
    Mori Takahiro
    Osteoporosis International/28(2)/pp.585-595, 2017-02
  • Cost-effectiveness of denosumab versus oral alendronate for elderly osteoporotic women in Japan
    Mori Takahiro
    Osteoporosis International/28(5)/pp.1733-1744, 2017-05
  • Physical Activity as Determinant of Femoral Neck Strength Relative to Load in Adult Women: Findings from the Hip Strength Across the Menopause Transition Study
    Mori Takahiro
    Osteoporosis International/25(1)/pp.265-272, 2014-01
  • Multisystem dysregulation and bone strength: findings from the study of midlife in the United States.
    Mori Takahiro
    The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism/99(5)/pp.1843-1851, 2014-05
  • Parity, Lactation, Bone Strength, and 16-year Fracture Risk in Adult Women: Findings From the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN)
    Mori Takahiro
    Bone/73/pp.160-166, 2015-04
Other articles
Conference, etc.
  • The association of baseline comorbidity with the sum of healthcare and long-term care expenditures for 12 months using claims data
    森隆浩; 浜田将太; 田宮菜奈子; 吉江悟

(Last updated: 2018-09-13)