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Non-specific effects of vaccination in Denmark.

Studies from low-income countries show, that vaccines may have effects on overall mortality, so-called non-specific effects, which cannot be explained by the effect on the targeted infection. We investigated if vaccines have non-specific effects on infectious disease morbidity in Denmark, and we found beneficial non-specific effects of measles-mumps-rubella vaccine, which have now been confirmed in other high-income settings. Danish investment in research in low-income countries may lead to important new in...

No one left behind: Postevent experiences of differently abled individuals in Denmark.

This descriptive study explored barriers and difficulties faced by individuals with a physical disability (IPD) in Denmark in situations of disaster and in everyday problems.

No one left behind: Postevent experiences of differently abled individuals in Denmark.

This descriptive study explored barriers and difficulties faced by individuals with a physical disability (IPD) in Denmark in situations of disaster and in everyday problems.

Stronger responders-uptake and decline of HPV-vaccination in Denmark.

The purpose of this study was to identify the stronger responders behind the fluctuating coverage with the HPV-vaccine in Denmark in order to facilitate information campaigns targeted at specific subgroups.

A tale of two cities: A comparison of urban and rural trauma in Medieval Denmark.

This study explores the differences in frequency and type of trauma found in two Medieval cemeteries in Denmark, as well as the cultural and community implications of those differences.

Long weekly working hours and ischaemic heart disease: a follow-up study among 145 861 randomly selected workers in Denmark.

The aim of the present study was to test if incidences of ischaemic heart disease (IHD) and usage of antihypertensive drugs are independent of weekly working hours (WWH) among full-time employees in Denmark.

Trends in thyroid cancer: Retrospective analysis of incidence and survival in Denmark 1980-2014.

Thyroid cancer incidence has been reported to be increasing since the 1970 s. The aim of this study was to investigate the change in incidence and survival from 1980 to 2014 in Denmark.

Avoidable colorectal cancer cases in Denmark - The impact of red and processed meat.

High red and processed meat intakes are associated with increased colorectal cancer (CRC) risk. The effect of eliminating or reducing red and processed meat consumption on CRC burden was not previously quantified in Denmark. The aim of this study was to calculate the possible effects of reductions in red and processed meat consumption on future CRC incidence in the Danish adult population.

Nationwide prevalence and incidence study of neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder in Denmark.

To estimate the nationwide population-based incidence, prevalence, and geographical distribution of neuromyelitis optica (NMO) spectrum disorder (NMOSD) in Denmark based on the 2015 International Panel for NMO Diagnosis (IPND) criteria.

Incidence of Moyamoya Disease in Denmark: A Population-Based Register Study.

In this first population-based study of moyamoya disease (MMD) in Europe, the authors identified 56 patients with MMD in Denmark during the period 1994-2015 using nationwide registers. The overall incidence was 0.047 per 100,000 person-years, which is about one-tenth that reported in Japan. Otherwise the epidemiological features were comparable: there was a bimodal age distribution with peaks in the age groups 0-9 years and 30-39 years, with twice as many females as males.

Treatment and survival of glioblastoma patients in Denmark: The Danish Neuro-Oncology Registry 2009-2014.

As many glioblastoma patients are in a poor condition they are unable to undergo the full treatment documented in clinical trials. We aimed to examine the survival and its relationship to clinical characteristics and treatment in a nationwide population of glioblastoma patients in Denmark.

Association between sunburn and demographic factors and health behaviour among Danish students.

Sunburn is associated with an increased risk for skin cancer. Denmark has one of the highest incidences of melanoma in the world, although it is a relatively northern country. The objective of this study was to determine whether sunburn is associated with demographic factors and health behaviour among young Danes. Cross-sectional data of >55,000 15- to 25-year-old students participating in the Danish National Youth Study were collected in 2014. Multilevel logistic regression analysis was used to determine a...

Use of point-of-care HbA measurement to estimate the level of undiagnosed diabetes mellitus among 67-year-old participants in a cardiovascular screening programme in the municipality of Viborg, Denmark.

To determine the prevalence of unidentified diabetes mellitus among 67-year-olds in Denmark participating in a screening programme focusing on cardiovascular disease and diabetes, and to describe glycaemic levels in individuals according to point-of-care HbA combined with self-reported diabetes status.

Patterns of use of antimuscarinic drugs to treat overactive bladder in Denmark, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

To describe the use of antimuscarinic drugs to treat overactive bladder (OAB) in Denmark, Sweden, and the United Kingdom (UK).

Drivers for Livestock-Associated Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Spread Among Danish Pig Herds - A Simulation Study.

To gain insight into the rapid increase in the number of livestock-associated Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (LA-MRSA)-positive herds in Denmark, we developed an individual-based Monte Carlo simulation model. We aimed to assess whether transmission of LA-MRSA via pig movements could explain the observed increase in the number of positive herds in Denmark, and to evaluate the effect of other between-herd transmission mechanisms. Pig movements alone were not sufficient to mimic the observed incre...

Health-related register-based research in Denmark.

Danish researchers have a unique possibility for producing high-quality observational studies through the Danish registers. The intention of this review is to provide an introduction to data sources, access and linkage of the Danish registers, primarily from Statistics Denmark, the Danish Health Data Authority and the Danish clinical quality databases. Authorisation to data access is given by each institution separately and requires permission by the Danish Data Protection Agency. Data can be linked by the ...

Quality of online information about phase I clinical cancer trials in Sweden, Denmark and Norway.

Patients increasingly search for online information about clinical trials. Little is known about the quality and readability of the information in these databases. Therefore, the aim of this study was to assess the quality and readability of online information available to the public on phase I clinical cancer trials in Sweden, Denmark and Norway. A qualitative content analysis was made of 19 online trial descriptions from three public websites in Sweden, Denmark and Norway, and the readability of the docum...

Cumulative Incidence of Autism Into Adulthood for Birth Cohorts in Denmark, 1980-2012.

55th ERA-EDTA Congress Copenhagen, Denmark, 24-27 May.

Field and laboratory findings following the large scale use of intermediate type infectious bursal disease vaccines in Denmark.

Following a period of clinical outbreaks of very virulent infectious bursal disease virus (vvIBDV) in Denmark, the histological bursal lesion score (HBLS) was used on a national scale to screen broiler flocks vaccinated with intermediate IBD vaccines for lesions indicative of IBDV challenge. High lesion scores were detected in a high percentage of healthy and well performing flocks despite the lack of other indications of the presence of vvIBDV. RT-PCR and subsequent sequencing showed the frequent presence ...

What is happening to laboratory medicine in Denmark?

A number of current trends will affect and probably change laboratory medicine, as we know it. Scientific and technological developments, digital health with big data and artificial intelligence, and centralization will change the interfaces among the specialties of laboratory medicine. They might even challenge the identity of some specialties. Other trends such as demographic changes, increased complexity of health care, digital health with electronic health records, and more demanding and well-informed p...

Non-occupational exposure to asbestos is the main cause of malignant mesothelioma in women in North Jutland, Denmark.

Objectives Diffuse malignant mesothelioma (MM) is mainly caused by asbestos inhalation. The malignancy is rare among women and studies of the prevalence and causative role of non-occupational asbestos exposure among women with MM are scarce. This observational study aimed to elucidate the asbestos exposure patterns among women with MM. Methods All histological and cytological specimens from women diagnosed with MM between 1974-2015 at the Institute of Pathology, Aalborg University Hospital in Denmark, were ...

Hemoglobin variants found in relation to HbA1c testing: high occurrence of Hb Athens-Georgia in the Northern Jutland, Denmark.

Diagnosing cancer in patients with 'non-alarm' symptoms: Learning from diagnostic care innovations in Denmark.

Incidence and survival of head and neck squamous cell carcinoma in children and young adults in Denmark: a nationwide study from 1980 to 2014.

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