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Health service utilization after terrorism: a longitudinal study of survivors of the 2011 Utøya attack in Norway.

For effective organization of health services after terror attacks, it is vital to gain insight into survivors' health service utilization. Following the 2011 Utøya mass shooting in Norway, a proactive outreach programme was launched to prevent unmet help needs. All survivors received health services during the first five months, yet an important minority were not proactively followed-up. This study assessed the prevalence of health service utilization and factors associated with mental health service util...

Effect of harvest time on table grape quality during on-vine storage.

Postponing the harvest of grapes is a common practice in Southern Italy, in order to delay harvest up to Christmas and make higher incomes from the sales. The aim of this work was to evaluate the effect of harvest time (over almost 3 months) on quality of table grapes (cv. Italia). The experiment was repeated for two years (2010 and 2011). In 2010 grapes were harvested starting from October 8 and after 11, 27, and 48 days. In 2011 5 harvest times were compared over a period of 56 days. Respiration rate, fir...

Prevalence of multiple sclerosis among immigrants in Norway.

Multiple sclerosis (MS) prevalence is unevenly distributed worldwide. Immigration to Norway from countries with a lower MS prevalence is increasing. The aim of this study was to investigate MS prevalence in different immigrant populations in Norway and evaluate the effect of migrating from low- to high-risk regions of MS.

Integration at the Round Table: Marine Spatial Planning in Multi-Stakeholder Settings.

Marine spatial planning (MSP) is often considered as a pragmatic approach to implement an ecosystem based management in order to manage marine space in a sustainable way. This requires the involvement of multiple actors and stakeholders at various governmental and societal levels. Several factors affect how well the integrated management of marine waters will be achieved, such as different governance settings (division of power between central and local governments), economic activities (and related priorit...

Two by two table contradicts study's conclusions on tongue colour.

I read with interest the paper by Dawson et al (1) on how assessing the tongue colour of newborn infants may help to predict the need for supplemental oxygen in the delivery room. However, I am quite confused by the author's final conclusion. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Commentary: Involuntary Antipsychotics in Prison-Extending Harper, Contracting Care?

This commentary on Salem et al. provides background for their study by reviewing Washington v. Harper and outlining some areas that were not addressed by that decision. It contrasts Harper holdings with those in other U. S. Supreme Court decisions in parallel cases and in United States v. Loughner. It provides cautions about extensions of some holdings in Loughner regarding the use of Harper-type administrative procedures. This article also reviews the methods and findings of Salem et al. and encourages fur...

Time trends in the incidence and prevalence of multiple sclerosis in Norway during eight decades.

Norway has been subjected to numerous epidemiological investigations on the prevalence and incidence of multiple sclerosis (MS), dating back to 1935. The objective of this study was to review the studies on the prevalence and incidence of MS in Norway, provide an update on the prevalence of MS in Norway, and describe the time trends in the prevalence and incidence of MS in relation to risk factors, case ascertainment, and data. We performed a systematic search on PubMed and MEDLINE up to November 2014 using...

"The Jackson Table Is a Pain in the...": A Qualitative Study of Providers' Perception Toward a Spinal Surgery Table.

The aim of this study was to define health care providers' perceptions toward prone patient positioning for spine surgery using the Jackson Table, which has not been hitherto explored.

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Table of Contents by Topic: Articles are grouped by categories; complete author listings can be found on preceding Table of Contents.

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Management of Hip Fractures in Lateral Position without a Fracture Table.

Hip fracture Management in supine position on a fracture table with biplane fluoroscopic views has some difficulties which leads to prolongation of surgery and increasing x- rays' dosage. The purpose of this study was to report the results and complications of hip fracture management in lateral position on a conventional operating table with just anteroposterior fluoroscopic view.

Costs of Eliminating Malaria and the Impact of the Global Fund in 34 Countries.

International financing for malaria increased more than 18-fold between 2000 and 2011; the largest source came from The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund). Countries have made substantial progress, but achieving elimination requires sustained finances to interrupt transmission and prevent reintroduction. Since 2011, global financing for malaria has declined, fueling concerns that further progress will be impeded, especially for current malaria-eliminating countries that may fa...

Rapid Response of Hydrological Loss of DOC to Water Table Drawdown and Warming in Zoige Peatland: Results from a Mesocosm Experiment.

A large portion of the global carbon pool is stored in peatlands, which are sensitive to a changing environment conditions. The hydrological loss of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is believed to play a key role in determining the carbon balance in peatlands. Zoige peatland, the largest peat store in China, is experiencing climatic warming and drying as well as experiencing severe artificial drainage. Using a fully crossed factorial design, we experimentally manipulated temperature and controlled the water t...

Clinical burden of pneumonia, meningitis and septicemia in Norway 2 years after 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine introduction.

This population-based, retrospective study quantified the rates of all-cause and pneumococcal pneumonia, meningitis and septicemia in Norway from 2008 to 2009 and determined the proportions of cases caused by pneumococcal vaccine serotypes.

Correction: Ecuador's Mangrove Forest Carbon Stocks: A Spatiotemporal Analysis of Living Carbon Holdings and Their Depletion since the Advent of Commercial Aquaculture.

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0118880.].

Acute Exacerbation of Sleep Apnea by Hyperoxia Impairs Cognitive Flexibility in Brown-Norway Rats.

To determine whether learning deficits occur during acute exacerbation of spontaneous sleep related breathing disorder (SRBD) in rats with high (Brown Norway; BN) and low (Zucker Lean; ZL) apnea propensity.

Patterns in Leptospira Shedding in Norway Rats (Rattus norvegicus) from Brazilian Slum Communities at High Risk of Disease Transmission.

We address some critical but unknown parameters of individuals and populations of Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus) that influence leptospiral infection, maintenance and spirochetal loads shed in urine, which contaminates the environment ultimately leading to human infection.

Involuntary psychiatric admission: The referring general practitioners' assessment of patients' dangerousness and need for psychiatric hospital treatment.

In Norway, GPs may decide to refer patients to involuntary psychiatric treatment. Internationally, there has been a discussion regarding criteria for involuntary admission. In Norway and in other countries where the treatment criterion is still used, some have suggested its removal.

Lower extremity muscle activation and function in progressive task-oriented training on the supplementary tilt table during stepping-like movements in patients with acute stroke hemiparesis.

An effective and standardized method for applying a tilt table as a supplementary treatment in the early rehabilitation of stroke patients is still missing. The aim of this study was to determine the influence of progressive task-oriented training on the tilt table on the improvement in lower extremity (LE) muscle activation and clinical function in subjects with hemiplegia due to stroke. Thirty-nine subjects with acute stroke were randomly allocated to three groups; control group, tilt table group, and tas...

Etiology and risk factors of community-acquired pneumonia in hospitalized patients in Norway.

In Norway, data on the etiology of community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) in hospitalized patients are limited.

Norway's 2011 Terror Attacks: Alleviating National Trauma With a Large-Scale Proactive Intervention Model.

After the terror attacks of July 22, 2011, Norwegian health authorities piloted a new model for municipality-based psychosocial follow-up with victims. This column describes the development of a comprehensive follow-up intervention by health authorities and others that has been implemented at the municipality level across Norway. The model's principles emphasize proactivity by service providers; individually tailored help, with each victim being assigned a contact person in the residential municipality; con...

A 60-year follow-up of the incidence and prevalence of multiple sclerosis in Hordaland County, Western Norway.

Investigate the incidence of multiple sclerosis during 1953-2013 and estimate the prevalence rate of MS on 1 January 2003 and 2013 in Hordaland County, Western Norway.



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