Gerald Fricke

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From 20 September through 5 October 2012, the largest recorded food-borne outbreak in Germany occurred. Norovirus was identified as the causative agent. We conducted four analytical epidemiological studies, two case–control studies and two surveys (in total 150 cases) in secondary schools in three different federal states. Overall, 390 institutions in five(More)
The demand for more digital co-termination at the universities is getting more and more important. The Technical University (TU) Braunschweig introduces Sag's uns (ger. Tell us) a blog, where students can write their ideas, praises and complaints about their study. Thus students are better included into university processes and through the possibility to(More)
UNLABELLED Children with achondroplasia may have high cervical myelopathy due to stenosis of the cranio-cervical junction resulting in neurological disability and an increased rate of sudden death. To detect myelopathy we recorded somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) after median nerve stimulation in 30 patients with achondroplasia aged 13 months to 18(More)
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