Henrik L Jorgensen

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Using data from the Danish national registries on 7317 patients, this study shows that abnormal plasma sodium levels, in the form of hyponatremia and hypernatremia, are prevalent and associated with increased 30-day mortality in hip fracture patients. The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence of hyponatremia and hypernatremia in patients admitted(More)
BACKGROUND For the majority of cases, the cause of spontaneous aortic dissection and rupture is unknown. An inherited risk is associated with Marfan syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type IV, and loci mapped to diverse autosomal chromosomes. Analysis of pedigrees however has indicated that it may be also inherited as an X-linked trait. The biglycan gene,(More)
BACKGROUND The length of stay in asylum centres is generally mentioned as a possible health risk to asylum seekers. Medical staff working with asylum seekers has claimed that long lengths of stay in asylum centres might cause or aggravate mental disorders. We used records from a large, multiethnic group of asylum seekers to study if the incidence of mental(More)
Background and purpose - Currently, no clear evidence exists on the pattern of use of antithrombotics at admission in hip fracture patients and how this has changed over time. We investigated temporal trends in-and factors associated with-the use of antithrombotics in patients admitted with a fractured hip. Patients and methods - This was a population-based(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the influence of smoking on uterine bleeding patterns during continuous and interrupted oral hormone therapy (HT). METHODS Using a post-hoc strategy, we included five oral HT groups from three studies. The therapies consisted of continuous estrogen (estradiol, estradiol valerate or piperazine estrone sulfate) in combination with(More)
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