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Diabetes--the cost of illness and the cost of control. An estimate for Sweden 1978.
  • B. Jönsson
  • Medicine
  • Acta medica Scandinavica. Supplementum
  • 1983
This study estimates the economic cost of diabetes mellitus in Sweden 1978. It also addresses the question of potential savings from improved metabolic control. Economic costs of illness includeExpand
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Long-term effects of jaw fixation in severe obesity.
Weight-loss pattern was analysed in 26 grossly overweight patients after jaw fixation. During a mean fixation time of seven months (range 1.5 to 18 months), mean weight loss in females was 19.3 +/-Expand
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PHYSICAL HEALTH SCREENING OF SCHOOL‐CHILDREN Extended Health Care Responsibilities for School‐nurses
Abstract. All 410 ten‐ and twelve‐year‐old children of a school district underwent two repeated physical examinations within the school services, the first by the school nurse, the second by theExpand
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[Good diabetic control is worthwhile].
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[Vaccination of the elderly against pneumococcal disease is cost-efficient. Mass vaccination of all aged 65 and over is recommended].
The pneumococcal vaccine has been shown to be about 70 percent efficacious in preventing invasive pneumococcal disease in elderly persons. In a European multicenter study, pneumococcal vaccinationExpand
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[The new education in Norway not sufficient].
[Vulvar complaints in young girls need instant professional evaluation].
As vulvovaginal disease are nog very common in prepubescent girls, it may seem reasonable to suspect sexual abuse when a small girl presents with complaints in the genital area. However, the veryExpand
[Be curageous enough not to sick list].