Anneke J. A. R. van den Hoek

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in general practice. A decision-analysis model was constructed for health effects of the program: averted pelvic inflammatory disease, chronic pelvic pain, ectopic pregnancy, infertility, and neonatal pneumonia (major outcomes averted). We explicitly included reinfection due to failed partner referral in the model. Cost-effectiveness estimates included(More)
Screening of antibodies to hepatitis C virus (HCV) is widely used for monitoring the prevalence of HCV infections and to assess HCV infectivity. Among HCV-infected individuals in the general population, the interval between the detection of HCV RNA and the development of HCV antibodies is usually 5 to 6 weeks, but in rare cases, seroconversion may be(More)
women: prevalence, incidence and regression Marie-Christine Delmas, Christine Larsen, Birgit van Benthem, FrancËoise F. Hamers, Christine Bergeron, Jean-Dominique Poveda, Bo AnzeÂn, Anneke van den Hoek, FrancËoise Meier, Jose Marõ Âa PenÄa, Hannele Savonius, Dominique Sperandeo, Barbara Suligoi, Pietro Vernazza, Jean-Baptiste Brunet and Isabelle De(More)
We compared incidence rates of self-reported HIV-related symptoms and illnesses, verified clinical manifestations and findings on physical examination between female and male injecting drug users (IDU) stratified by HIV serostatus in the Amsterdam cohort study on the natural history of HIV infection. HIV-positive female IDU (n = 100) reported a higher(More)
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Aim of this study was to assess the cumulative incidence of HIV-infection, AIDS and pre-AIDS death in the population of injecting drug users (IDU) in Amsterdam. By assuming equivalence, between a cohort of IDU and the IDU population, of the ratios of incidences of AIDS and pre-AIDS death to the number of HIV positive persons giving rise to these incidences,(More)
The objective of the study was to monitor the HIV prevalence in the years 1988–1991 among pregnant women in the Amsterdam region, visitors to an abortion clinic and 3 outpatient infertility clinics. All women attending these clinics were asked to participate in the study on a voluntary basis and were tested with informed consent. The women were questioned(More)
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