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Current issue | No. 3. March 2015
Original articles

Excess mortality during the first year after arterial trauma

Lars Thomsen, Jes Lindholt, Ole Roeder et al

Few Danish pregnant women follow guidelines on periconceptional use of folic acid

Anne Katrine Holflod Friberg & Finn Stener Jørgensen

Patients use normalisation techniques to cope with the quality-of-life effects of anal cancer

Gitte Lee Mortensen & Lilli Lundby

Using a double-layered palmaris longus tendon for suspension of facial paralysis

Navid Mohamadpour Toyserkani, Vivi Bakholdt & Jens Ahm Sørensen

Effectiveness of anti-tumour necrosis factor-α therapy in Danish patients with inflammatory bowel diseases

Steffen Bank, Paal Skytt Andersen, Johan Burisch et al

Hospital contacts after bite by the European adder (Vipera berus)

Bo Langhoff Hønge, Sami Khatib Hedegaard, Stephan Cederstrøm et al

Arthroscopic subacromial decompression 
results in normal shoulder function after 
two years in less than 50% of patients

Lars Aage Glud Konradsen & Claus Hjorth Jensen

Body mass index is not associated with reoperation rates in patients with a surgically treated 
perforated peptic ulcer

Patricia Duch & Morten Hylander Møller

Legislation hampers medical research 
in acute situations

Jakob Hartvig Thomsen, Christian Hassager, John Bro-Jeppesen et al

Education, occupation and risk-taking behaviour among adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder

Helle Moeller Soendergaard, Per Hove Thomsen, Pernille Pedersen et al

Operative treatment with nerve repair 
can restore function in patients with 
traction injuries in the brachial plexus

Jerzy Stiasny & Peter Birkeland

Endoscopic ultrasonography is a valuable diagnostic tool in patients with incidental findings in the pancreas or bile ducts

Issam Al-Najami & Alan Patrick Ainsworth

Clinical guidelines (pdf)

Danish Guidelines 2015 for Percutaneous

Kristian Rørbæk Madsen, Henrik Guldager, Mikael Rewers et al

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Few Danish pregnant women follow guidelines on periconceptional use of folic acid

Few Danish pregnant women follow guidelines on periconceptional use of folic acid

Folic acid supplementation of 0.4 mg daily is recommended to all Danish pregnant women from one month before planned conception and throughout the first 12 weeks of gestation. However, only 10% take the recommended doses.

27. februaryy 2015

Operative treatment with nerve repair 
can restore function in patients with 
traction injuries in the brachial plexus

Operative treatment with nerve repair 
can restore function in patients with 
traction injuries in the brachial plexus

Operative treatment with nerve repair can restore function in patients
with traction injuries in the brachial plexus. The picture shows transfer of a fascicle of the ulnar nerve to a biceps muscle nerve branch (Oberlin's procedure).

27. februaryy 2015

Legislation hampers medical research 
in acute situations

Legislation hampers medical research 
in acute situations

When including incapacitated patients in acute research in Denmark, consent from the patient’s general practitioner is required as an adjunct to consent from the nearest relative. This introduces a significant delay and may give rise to bias.

27. februaryy 2015