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Policy responses to hepatitis C in the Nordic countries: Gaps and discrepant reporting in the Hep-Nordic study.

In the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden), the prevalence of chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is relatively low in the general population, but is much higher among people who inject drugs (PWID). We conducted an exploratory study to investigate the extent to which these countries have policies supporting key elements of the public health response that is necessary to achieve the global goal of eliminating HCV as a public health threat.


Estimating Usual Intake in the 2nd Bavarian Food Consumption Survey: Comparison of the Results Derived by the National Cancer Institute Method and a Basic Individual Means Approach.

The valid estimation of the usual dietary intake remains a challenge till date. We applied the method suggested by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to data from the 2nd Bavarian Food Consumption Survey (BVS II) and compared it to an individual means approach.

Encouraging effects of a short-term, adapted Nordic diet intervention on skin microvascular function and skin oxygen tension in younger and older adults.

The microvascular benefits of regional diets appear in the literature; however, little is known about Nordic-type diets. We investigated the effects of a short-term, adapted, Nordic diet on microvascular function in younger and older individuals at rest and during activity.


Dermatological moulage collections in the Nordic countries.

The art of producing and acquiring dermatological wax models, moulages, flourished all over Europe in the beginning of the twentieth century, whereas very little is known about the existence of moulage collections in the Nordic countries.

Obstetric and neonatal outcome in women aged 50 years and up: A collaborative, Nordic population-based study.

Childbearing at extremely advanced maternal age is a globally increasing trend, but only a few studies have described the outcomes of these pregnancies. The aim of this study was to describe the occurrence of childbearing at age 50 and up in the Nordic countries, as well as to examine the frequency of adverse obstetric and neonatal outcomes.

Recent evolution of 129I levels in the Nordic Seas and the North Atlantic Ocean.

Most of the anthropogenic radionuclide 129I released to the marine environment from the nuclear fuel reprocessing plants (NFRP) at Sellafield (England) and La Hague (France) is transported to the Arctic Ocean via the North Atlantic Current and the Norwegian Coastal Current. 129I concentrations in seawater provides a powerful and well-established radiotracer technique to provide information about the mechanisms which govern water mass transport in the Nordic Seas and the Arctic Ocean and is gaining importanc...

A rapid LC-MS/MS method for the determination of moniliformin and occurrence of this mycotoxin in maize products from the Bavarian market.

A simple LC-MS/MS method was developed for the determination of moniliformin (MON) in maize and applied for the analysis of samples within the official food surveillance. The homogenized samples were extracted with acetonitrile/water 50/50 (v/v) which proved to have the highest extraction efficiency compared to other tested solvents. The centrifuged extracts were diluted with acetonitrile and were measured after chromatographic separation by HILIC (hydrophobic interaction liquid chromatography)-HPLC without...

The Effects of Nordic Walking and Slope of the Ground on Lower Limb Muscle Activity.

Psurny, M, Svoboda, Z, Janura, M, Kubonova, E, Bizovska, L, Martinez Lemos, RI, and Abrantes, J. The effects of Nordic walking and slope of the ground on lower limb muscle activity. J Strength Cond Res 32(1): 217-222, 2018-Nordic walking (NW) has proven to be a simple and safe mode of exercise that can be used in various types of sport, recreation, and rehabilitation activities. The aim of this study was to assess the effect of Nordic walking and slope of the ground on lower limb muscle activity. The experi...

The Single-Leg Roman Chair Hold is More Effective than the Nordic Hamstring Curl in Improving Hamstring Strength-Endurance in Gaelic Footballers with Previous Hamstring Injury.

Poor hamstring strength-endurance is a risk factor for hamstring injuries. This study investigated the effectiveness of the single-leg Roman hold and Nordic hamstring curl in improving hamstring strength-endurance. Twelve Gaelic footballers (mean ± standard deviation age, height and mass were 25.17 ± 3.46 years, 179.25 ± 5.88 cm, 85.75 ± 4.75 kilo) with a history of hamstring injury were randomized into 2 groups that performed 6 weeks of either Nordic hamstring curl, or single-leg Roman chair hold train...

Reproducing whiteness and enacting kin in the Nordic context of transnational egg donation: Matching donors with cross-border traveller recipients in Finland.

The multimillion-euro fertility industry increasingly tailors its treatments to infertile people who are willing to travel across national borders for treatments inaccessible at home, especially reproductive tissue donor treatments. Finland is the Nordic destination for access to donor eggs, particularly for Swedes and Norwegians hoping for a donor match that will achieve a child of phenotypically plausible biological descent. Finns are seen as Nordic kin, and the inheritability of "Nordicness" is reinforce...

Status of small water supplies in the Nordic countries: Characteristics, water quality and challenges.

Access to safe water is essential for public health and is one of the most important prerequisites for good living and safe food production. Many studies have shown that non-compliance with drinking water quality standards in small water supply systems is much higher than in large systems. Nevertheless, people served by small water supply systems have the right to the same level of health protection. Actions are therefore needed to improve the situation. The objective of the present study was to carry out a...

Medium-term survival after surgery for acute Type A aortic dissection is improving.

To report long-term survival and predictors of mortality in patients included in a large, contemporary, multicentre, multinational database: Nordic Consortium for Acute Type A Aortic Dissection (NORCAAD), which consists of 8 centres in 4 Nordic countries.

Who Benefits from Forensic Psychiatric Treatment? Results of a Catamnestic Study in Swabia.

Evaluation of treatment outcomes of forensic inpatients in the Bavarian district of Swabia (2010 - 2014).

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is an increasing indication for liver transplantation in the Nordic countries.

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is the second most common cause of liver transplantation (LTX) in the US. Data on NAFLD as a LTX indication from countries with lower prevalences of obesity are lacking. We studied the temporal trends of NAFLD as an indication for LTX in the Nordic countries, and compared outcomes for patients with NAFLD to patients with other indications for LTX.

Systematic misclassification of gestational age by ultrasound biometry: implications for clinical practice and research methodology in the Nordic countries.

Historically, pregnancy dating has been based on self-reported information on first day of the last menstrual period. In the 1970s, ultrasound biometry was introduced as an alternative for pregnancy dating, and is now the leading method in Nordic countries. The use of ultrasound led to a reduction of postterm births and fewer inductions and is considered more precise than last menstrual period-based methods for pregnancy dating. Nevertheless, differences in early growth and specific situations, such as mate...

Is Ki67 still a powerful ally in predicting the clinical benefit of anthracyclines  for the adjuvant treatment of early breast cancer?

The effect of Nordic hamstring exercise training volume on biceps femoris long head architectural adaptation.

To determine the time course of architectural adaptations in the biceps femoris long head (BF) following high or low volume eccentric training.

Muscular and metabolic responses to different Nordic walking techniques, when style matters.

Due to poling action and upper body engagement, Nordic walking (NW) has additional health benefits with respect to conventional walking. The aim of this study was to evaluate the differences in muscle activation and metabolic responses between NW, performed with the technique suggested by NW instructors, and with some modifications in the way to move upper limb and poles. Ten NW instructors volunteered to walk on a treadmill at 5.5 km•h-1 in five conditions: walking (W), Nordic walking (NW), NW with a wea...

Data Resource Profile: The Nordic Obesity Surgery Cohort (NordOSCo).

CD70 encoded by modified vaccinia virus Ankara enhances CD8 T cell dependent protective immunity in MHC class II-deficient mice.

The immunological outcome of infections and vaccinations is largely determined during the initial first days in which antigen-presenting cells instruct T cells to expand and differentiate into effector and memory cells. Besides the essential stimulation of the T cell receptor complex a plethora of co-stimulatory signals not only ensures a proper T cell activation but also instils phenotypic and functional characteristics in the T cells appropriate to fight off the invading pathogen. The TNF receptor/ligand ...

Maternal Diabetes Mellitus and Genital Anomalies in Male Offspring: A Nationwide Cohort Study in two Nordic Countries.

Diabetes in pregnancy has been associated with an increased risk of congenital malformations overall, but studies on genital anomalies in boys are conflicting and possible causal mechanisms are not well understood. Previous studies have mainly assessed pre-gestational and gestational diabetes in combination. Yet considering the vulnerable time windows for the genital anomalies, associations could well differ between types of diabetes and between the two genital anomalies and we therefore aimed to study this...

Vitamin D levels in children and adolescents with obsessive compulsive disorder.

Recent studies showed that vitamin D deficiency may lead to dysfunctional changes in the brain and may be associated with neuropsychiatric diseases.

Effect of Physical Rehabilitation on Echocardiographic Parameters in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome.

Echocardiographic parameters were assessed in patients with non-ST segment elevation acute coronary syndrome, who underwent emergency percutaneous coronary intervention followed by various outpatient physical cardiac rehabilitation programs. The patients underwent physical rehabilitation for 3 months under conditions of diagnostic centre in the rehabilitation unit according to the standard program including in treadmill or bicycle exercise in the exercise therapy room or with Nordic walking in the main trai...

Centralized Pediatric Surgery in the Nordic Countries: A Role Model for Europe?

Increased suicides during new year, but not during Christmas in Sweden: analysis of cause of death data 2006-2015.

Previous studies have investigated the impact of the Christmas and New Year holiday on suicide rates. However, no such data has yet been published on Swedish suicides.


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