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00:02 EST 15th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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The Effectivenes of Family Club Denmark #Strongertogether

The aim of the trial is to assess the effectiveness of the volunteer intervention Family Club Denmark (FCD)


Central Nervous System Infections in Denmark

The Danish Study Group of Infections of the Brain is a collaboration between all departments of infectious diseases in Denmark. The investigators aim to monitor epidemiological trends in central nervous system (CNS) infections by a prospective registration of clinical characteristics and outcome of all adult (>17 years of age) patients with community-acquired CNS infections diagnosed and/or treated at departments of infectious diseases in Denmark since 1st of January 2015.

Investigation of Change in The WHO-5 Well-Being Index During a Year in a Community Psychiatry in Denmark

Patient reported quality of life was measured using the WHO-5 Well-Being Index in a group of outpatients in the Community Psychiatry in Holbaek, Denmark. Methods The first and last answer were compared and significance of change in various subgroups of patients was estimated using the PSPP statistical program.


Health-Related Quality of Life in Upper Secondary Schools in Denmark

Measuring Quality of Life in an upper secondary school in Denmark

Post ICU Follow up: A Questionnaire Survey of Aftercare in Denmark

This study aims to investigate current aftercare activities in Denmark after intensive care unit (ICU) treatment. The hypothesis is that a large number of hospitals offer aftercare, and these interventions are heterogenic and differ between hospitals and regions. This study is an electronic questionnaire survey that aim to describe and map Danish aftercare activities, and future development plans in this field.

A Research Study Looking at How Semaglutide Works in People With Type 2 Diabetes in Denmark and Sweden, as Part of Local Clinical Practice (SURE DENMARK/SWEDEN)

The purpose of the study is to collect information on how semaglutide works in real world patients. Participants will get semaglutide prescribed by the study doctor. The study will last for about 6 to 8 months. Participants will be asked to complete some questionnaires about their health and diabetes treatment. Participants will complete these questionnaires during their normally scheduled visits with the study doctor.

The Danish General Rural Population Study

The study is a epidemiological, cross-sectional study in a mainly rural area of Denmark in Denmark. Life expectancy is shorter, morbidity is higher, and social problems more prevalent than in the urban areas of the country. The population study aims at examining complexities of environmental, hereditary, lifestyle, and social factors as determinants and predisposing factors for morbidity, health, and quality of life. The study will cover physical, mental, and social dimensions ...

Long-term Consequences of Necrotizing Enterocolitis in the Newborn Period

Aim The aim of this study is to determine consequences at school age of the diagnosis of NEC in the neonatal period. Methods This is a case-control study, with case-group being children born in Denmark with a history of NEC and control-group being age-, gestational age- and year of birth matched children born in Denmark with no history of NEC. Primary outcome Abnormal or borderline 'total difficulties score' in the Strenghts and Difficulties Questio...

Burden of Illness in Atrial Fibrillation

The overall goal of this retrospective registry study is to investigate the burden-of illness in atrial fibrillation (AF) in Denmark. Several Danish registries will be utilized to collect information on the diseases epidemiology including incidence and prevalence of AF and stroke as well as a stroke risk stratification of the Danish AF-population, the clinical and economical burden (in terms of direct and indirect cost) of AF and stroke to Danish patients, healthcare providers ...

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Misodel or Angusta for Induction of Labour?

In Denmark, every 4 birth induced, most often due to prolonged pregnancy, up til 10-12 days after term. A group (RADS) set up by the Danish Regions has recently recommended induction with prostaglandins in tablet form (Angusta®). The recommendation is based primarily on the results of a meta-analysis published by the Cochrane Library, where various prostaglandin medications were compared. Vaginal prostaglandin insert (Misodel®) have proved safe in American Studies and is ...

Individual Early Warning Score (I-EWS)

Early Warning Score (EWS) is a clinical scoring system used in hospitals in Denmark and internationally to systematically observe admitted patients using a standardised response algorithm. Consisting of a score based on the patients' vital signs, it only leaves limited space for individual assessment. Patient safety but also resource utilisation is a key issue in health systems today. We have developed a new individual EWS system (I-EWS) that reintroduces the individual clinica...

The Effects of Trout Fed With a Vegetable Based Feed on Cardiovascular Risk Markers and Plasma Proteome

Fish from the aquaculture sector constitutes an increasing part of the fish consumption in Denmark. The most important farmed fish in Denmark is the rainbow trout. Due to limited access of wild fish for the feed production, alternative feeding regimes of vegetable origin such as vegetable proteins and rapeseed oil are used instead of marine feed. This change in feeding regime may affect flesh quality and health and nutritional properties as the content of long-chain n-3 polyuns...

Social Inequalities in Emergency Call and Emergency Response Patterns

Background: Inequality in access to healthcare is a challenge internationally. Despite that medical emergency calls can be considered as access point to pre-hospital emergency care and hospital admission in emergency situations, no data on inequality in access to healthcare through emergency calls is reported in the international literature. Study aims: The aim of this study is two-fold: 1. to evaluate the association between socio-economic characteristics of ...

Incidence of Pregnancies and Births With Spina Bifida in Denmark in 2008-2014

Neural tube defects cover a group of severe embryo malformations such as anencephaly and spina bifida. The most severe forms of spina bifida causes numerous disabilities that demand lifelong treatment by a team consisting of primarily neurosurgeons, pediatricians, obstetricians, pediatric neurologists, pediatric urologists, gastroenterologists, psychologists and social workers. The disabilities involve morbidity such as decreased motor and sensory function caudal to the lesion,...

Continued Versus Discontinued Oxytocin Stimulation of Labour

Background: The proposed study will investigate the effect of Syntocinon® (synthetic oxytocin) to induce or augment labour. The hypothesis to be studied is that once the active phase of labour has commenced, Syntocinon® can be discontinued and the labour process will continue. Design: Double-blind randomised controlled multicentre trial Setting: Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark and Regional Hospital of Randers, Denmark Population: 1200 women ...

Ability of Metoprolol to Alter the Exercise Induced Elevation of Catecholamines

Heart failure is a frequent disease in Denmark, and it is associated with very high mortality. Around 60,000 people in Denmark have heart failure, and there is about 11,000 hospitalizations every year due to this disease. From the time of diagnosis, patients survive an average of 4-5 years. A critical illness mechanism in heart failure is that these patients have high blood levels of catecholamines; epinephrine and norepinephrine, which is stress hormones from the sympat...

AsthmaVent - Effect of Mechanical Ventilation on Asthma Control in Children

AsthmaVent is a multi-center study, investigating the association between indoor air quality and childhood asthma. In Denmark, we spend more and more time indoors. Our houses are built airtight to save energy and are difficult to ventilate. We are thus more exposed to our indoor air than ever before. We know that indoor air contains many different components that can affect our airways inappropriately and particularly children with asthma, who have sensitive airways are ...

Outcome of Surgery for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis - a Comparison of Data From Three National Quality Registries

There is no international consensus on evaluation and surgical treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS). The indication for operative treatment is relative, and the variation in surgical rates and procedures is significant, both within and between countries. Understanding practice-based variety is critical since these differences may reflect a disparity in quality of the health care in different institutions, regions, or countries. Norway, Sweden, and Denmark do all have Natio...

Maternal and Infant Vitamin Status During the First Nine Months of Infant Life

In this study the investigators wanted to assess vitamin D status and possible consequences of low plasma 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels in a population of healthy mothers and their infants, in the community of Aarhus, Denmark.

Treatment of Venous Thromboembolism in Real-Life Patients

In a population of patients with venous thromboembolism and treated with oral anticoagulants (OAC) in routine clinical practice in Denmark this study will describe patients treated with each OAC

GLA:D® Back: Patient Education and Exercises for Self-management of Back Pain

The GLA:D Back project evaluates the implementation of standardised patient education and exercise therapy for people with persistent or recurrent low back pain (LBP) in a hybrid implementation-effectiveness design. This involves evaluating the process of implementation as well as clinician level outcomes and patient level outcomes. GLA:D (Good Life with OsteoArthritis in Denmark) is a non-profit initiative and registered trademark from the University of Southern Denmark. It e...

Physiological Responses to a Prolonged Cycling Expedition in Older Men

The aim of this study was to test the physiological response to a 2800 km cycling expedition, from Copenhagen, Denmark to Nordkapp, Norway, in a group of older male recreational cyclists.

Do we Achieve the Goal of "No Worse Than Mild Pain" in Daily Clinical Practice?

With this study the investigators want to perform a prospective cross-sectional audit at Zealand University Hospital, Koege, Denmark. The aim is to investigate the actual pain treatment and outcomes from a representative number of surgical procedures from different surgical departments.

Effect of a Case Manager to Assist the Rehabilitation for Lumbar Spinal Fusion Patients. A Randomised Controlled Trial.

The aim of the current study is to examine the effect of a case manager-assisting rehabilitation program compared to usual physical rehabilitation for patients undergoing a lumbar spinal fusion on functional disability, pain, and return to work. Furthermore, to explore if the case manager-assisted rehabilitation program is cost-effective in a societal perspective compared to usual rehabilitation. Participants: 82 patients undergoing a lumbar spinal fusion due to disc degenerat...

Infectious Causes of Uveitis

Uveitis is an inflammatory disease of one or both eyes. Uveitis will in severe cases lead to permanent loss of vision/blindness on the affected eye. Uveitis can be caused by autoimmune disease, infections and rarely trauma, but 50 % of the cases remain of unknown origin. Intraocular infections are from previous studies, known to be responsible for approximately 40 % of the cases of severe forms of uveitis. Most infectious causes of uveitis have the potential to be treated with ...


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