Jürgen Hanisch

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BACKGROUND Cancer-related fatigue (CRF) affects a majority of patients (pts) with symptoms lasting up to several years after finishing therapy. These symptoms lead to decreased health related quality of life. Fatigue during treatment for colorectal cancer is common, but poorly understood and can affect compliance with post-surgical cancer therapy. We(More)
Purpose: To evaluate the impact of postoperative treatment with an oral enzyme (OE) preparation given complementary to an antineoplastic therapy in patients with all stages of colorectal cancer. Methods: The design of this epidemiological study was a retrolective cohort analysis with parallel groups. Design and conduct of the study were performed to current(More)
AIMS Primary care physicians are gatekeepers of the healthcare system and thus responsible for screening, prevention and treatment of diabetes. Little is known about the prevalence of diabetes, impaired fasting glucose and factors that are associated with the risk of future development of diabetes and subsequent cardiovascular disease in unselected patients(More)
Purpose: To evaluate the impact of postoperative treatment with an oral enzyme (OE) preparation given complementary to an antineoplastic therapy in patients with breast cancer. Methods: The design of this epidemiological study was a retrolective cohort analysis with parallel groups. Design and conduct of the study were performed to current standards for(More)
This epidemiological study was performed to evaluate the influence of postoperative complementary treatment with lectin-standardized mistletoe extract (sME) on breast cancer patients. The design (retrolective cohort analysis with parallel groups) and conduct of the study were in agreement with current standards for prospectively randomized clinical trials.(More)
BACKGROUND Mistletoe therapy is the most frequently used complementary treatment in cancer patients in Germany and Switzerland. However, its safety and efficacy were controversially discussed, also in case of malignant melanoma (MM). OBJECTIVES The present study should evaluate the therapeutic safety and efficacy of a long-term therapy with a standardized(More)
OBJECTIVES The purpose of the study was to evaluate the therapeutic efficacy and safety of long-term complementary therapy in primary, non-metastatic mammary carcinoma patients in UICC stage I-III with a standardized European mistletoe extract (Viscum album L., Iscador, "mistletoe extract") given in addition to conventional adjuvant oncologic therapy (i.e.(More)
Fig. 1. Einflug der Behandlung yon CCC auf die Peroxydaseaktivit~t. a 10 Tage, b 17 Tage, c 38 Tage nach der Behandlung. Ordinate: Aktivitfit in ml n/250 J / t g Tr.S. kommen. Diese Stfitzlamelle enth/~lt Poren mit einem Durchmesser yon weniger als $ ~zm [1], dutch welche basale Ausl~ufer yon Entoderm-Nghrzel len his in den H o d e n r a n m ragen. WXhrend(More)
AIM The objective of this study was to assess the efficacy and safety of the phytopharmacon STW 5 versus metoclopramide in functional dyspepsia. METHODS A retrolective, epidemiological cohort study with parallel groups in 23 randomised centres where both drugs were used routinely was performed. The main outcome variable was improvement of 10(More)
This paper describes the experiences and results that were made with a SystemC-based design flow for the implementation of an automotive digital hardware design. We present the refinement process starting from an initial high-level executable specification in C++ via SystemC down to a Gate-level description. we compare the synthesis results of the(More)