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Original articles

Municipality-based physical rehabilitation after acute hip fracture surgery in Denmark

Lise Kronborg, Thomas Bandholm, Henrik Kehlet & Morten Tange Kristensen

Knowledge and opinions on oncoplastic surgery among breast and plastic surgeons

Lena Carstensen, Michael Rose, Niels Bentzon & Niels Thorndal Kroman

Outbreak of Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteraemia in a haematology department

Benjamin Schnack Rasmussen, Nikolas Christensen, Jan Sørensen, Flemming S. Rosenvinge, Hans Jørn Kolmos & Marianne N. Skov

Incidence and survival from lung cancer in Greenland is comparable to survival in the Nordic countries

Allan Gelvan, Signe Risum & Seppo W. Langer

Suspected side effects to the quadrivalent human papilloma vaccine

Louise Brinth, Ann Cathrine Theibel, Kirsten Pors & Jesper Mehlsen

Treatment of hypoglycaemic diabetics in a prehospital setting is safe

Nikolaj Preuss Hatting & Søren Mikkelsen

Need for strengthened focus on cancer rehabilitation in Danish municipalities

Maria Kristiansen, Lis Adamsen, Fie Kjær Brinkmann, Allan Krasnik & Carsten Hendriksen

Higher rate of compensation after surgical treatment versus conservative treatment for acute Achilles tendon rupture

Thor-Magnus Sveen, Anders Troelsen & Kristoffer Weisskirchner Barfod

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus transmission

Leif Percival Andersen & Xiaohui Nielsen

Moderate and deep nurse-administered propofol sedation is safe

Jeppe Thue Jensen, Ann Møller, Pernille Hornslet, Lars Konge & Peter Vilmann

Elevated costs and high one-year mortality in patients with diabetic foot ulcers after surgery

Lise Nørregaard Søndergaard, Anette Bundgaard Christensen, Anker Lund Vinding, Inge Lunding Kjær & Peter Larsen

Systematic reviews

Factors affecting post-operative sleep in patients undergoing colorectal surgery – a systematic review

Nina Klemann, Melissa Voigt Hansen & Ismail Gögenur

Clinical guidelines (pdf)

Diagnosis and treatment of unexplained anemia with iron deficiency without overt bleeding


Jens Frederik Dahlerup, Martin Eivindson, Bent Ascanius Jacobsen, Nanna Martin Jensen, Søren Peter Jørgensen, Stig Borbjerg Laursen, Morten Rasmussen & Torben Nathan

Celiac disease: diagnosis and treatment

Christian Lodberg Hvas, Michael Dam Jensen, Maria Christina Reimer, Lene Buhl Riis, Jüri Johannes Rumessen, Hanne Skovbjerg, Ane Teisner & Signe Wildt

Danish national sedation strategy. Targeted therapy of discomfort associated with critical illness. Danish Society of Intensive Care Medicine (DSIT) and the Danish Society of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine (DASAIM)

Lise Fonsmark, Lars Hein, Helle Nibroe, Helle Bundgaard, Inge de Haas, Susanne Iversen & Thomas Strøm

DMSc theses (pdf)

Migration and health

Marie Nørredam

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Moderate and deep nurse-administered propofol sedation is safe

Moderate and deep nurse-administered propofol sedation is safe

Administration of propofol by non-anaesthesia staff is safe

07. april 2015

Treatment of hypoglycaemic diabetics in a prehospital setting is safe

Treatment of hypoglycaemic diabetics in a prehospital setting is safe

Secondary hypoglycaemia after home treatment of hypoglycaemic episodes in patients with diabetes is rare

07. april 2015

Elevated costs and high one-year mortality in patients with diabetic foot ulcers after surgery

Elevated costs and high one-year mortality in patients with diabetic foot ulcers after surgery

Patients diagnosed with diabetes mellitus must have early treatment and multidisciplinary intervention to improve their overall health

07. april 2015