Alessandro Filippi

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BACKGROUND Despite the high cardiovascular risk, evidence of efficacy of preventive strategies in individuals with diabetes is scant. In particular, recommendations on the use of aspirin in patients with diabetes mostly reflect an extrapolation from data deriving from other high risk populations. Furthermore, the putative additive effects of aspirin and(More)
UNLABELLED This study was aimed to investigate the effects of computerized decision support system in improving the prescription of drugs for cardiovascular prevention. A total of 197 Italian general practitioners were randomly allocated to receive either the alerting computerized decision support system integrated into standard software (intervention arm)(More)
To assess the effectiveness of an informative intervention on general practitioners aimed at improving patients’ adherence to statin therapy. In the local health unit (LHU) of Bergamo, Lombardy (Italy), each general practitioner received a synthetic scientific document on dyslipidaemia and statins and aggregated data on adherence in 2006 for his/her(More)
BACKGROUND It is well known that hypertension control is non-satisfactory, but it is not clear how many hypertensive patients can be controlled in real life. We addressed this question implementing a simple, multifaceted improvement strategy in family practice. METHODS Eighteen General Practitioner (GPs) agreed upon a simple improvement strategy(More)
Griffith psychometric test has been experimented on a group of 20 healthy newborn infants, monitored during their 1st year of life with quarterly check-ups. It was clear that the development general rates were constantly higher than the original values reported by the English author. In particular, in 12 months old infants, the rates appeared significantly(More)
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