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☆Each of the authors contributed to the study concept and design, analysis, and interpretation of the data and drafting of the manuscript. Dr Martin Lesser was instrumental for his statistical expertise.
☆☆The study was approved by the Staten Island University Hospital Institutional Review Board.
★There was no financial support or conflict of interest of the investigation or manuscript development.