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Risk factors for surgical site infection following caesarean section in England: results from a multicentre cohort study
Please cite this paper as: Wloch C, Wilson J, Lamagni T, Harrington P, Charlett A, Sheridan E. Risk factors for surgical site infection following caesarean section in England: results from aExpand
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Risk factors for congenital anomaly in a multiethnic birth cohort: an analysis of the Born in Bradford study
BACKGROUND Congenital anomalies are a leading cause of infant death and disability and their incidence varies between ethnic groups in the UK. Rates of infant death are highest in children ofExpand
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Trends in sources of meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteraemia: data from the national mandatory surveillance of MRSA bacteraemia in England, 2006-2009.
The national mandatory surveillance system for reporting meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteraemia in England has captured data on the source of reported bacteraemias since 2006.Expand
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Gestational trophoblastic disease - experience of the sheffield (United-kingdom) supraregional screening and treatment service.
Abstract. The gestational trophoblastic diseases (GTD) are uncommon complications of pregnancy. The UK GTD registration scheme offers specialist facilities for screening and treatment. In SheffieldExpand
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Identifying and screening patients at high risk of colorectal cancer in general practice
Objectives To determine the feasibility and acceptability of selecting patients at risk of colorectal cancer by taking family histories by means of a postal questionnaire. To determine if thisExpand
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Systemic Treatment of Metastatic Malignant Melanoma
Surgery may be curative in low risk localized malignant melanoma. However, once a tumour has metastasized the outlook is inexorably bad. Almost all patients will eventually die and the medianExpand
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Endoscopic localization of the squamocolumnar junction before cervical cone biopsy in 284 patients
A preoperative examination of the endocervical canal was performed in 284 patients scheduled for excisional cone biopsy because of abnormal cervical cytology and unsatisfactory colposcopy. TheExpand
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Inter-hospital comparison of rates of surgical site infection following caesarean section delivery: evaluation of a multicentre surveillance study.
BACKGROUND Short postoperative stays following caesarean section delivery make it difficult to assess accurately the risk of surgical site infection (SSI). Methods of case-finding that minimizeExpand
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Counselling implications of chromosomal abnormalities other than trisomy 21 detected through a maternal serum screening programme
Objective To identify counselling requirements, we reviewed the frequency and type of non‐trisomy 21 chromosome abnormalities found at amniocentesis after maternal serum screening for Down's syndrome.
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