The situation is the reverse one: The hypothesis that there may be nonequilibrium states simplifies dBB theory, and gets rid of an additional assumption  that the state has to be in quantum equilibrium. That it is, can be derived. A. Valentini, H. Westman, Dynamical Origin of Quantum Probabilities, Proc.Roy.Soc.Lond. A 461, 253272 (2005), arxiv:quantph/0403034 is the relevant paper about the relaxation to equilibrium.
Computing heat capacities in Bohmian Mechanics

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