Jens M0lholm Hansen

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The recommended strategy for management of dyspepsia is empirical treatment with an H2-blocking drug, followed by endoscopy if the symptoms do not respond or recur. We compared two strategies for the management of dyspepsia--treatment based on the results of prompt endoscopy (group 1) and empirical H2-blocker treatment with diagnostic endoscopy only in(More)
Changes in circulating triiodothyronine (T3), thyroxine (T4), binding of thyroid hormones to plasma proteins (resin-T3 test), cortisol, and glucose were evaluated in sixteen patients undergoing abdominal hysterectomy. In eight of the patients afferent neurogenic impulses from the surgical area were blocked during and after operation by epidural analgesia.(More)
Propylthiouracil (PTU) concentrations were measured in blood and milk from nine lactating women after oral administration of 400 mg of PTU. 1 1/2 h after PTU ingestion mean serum-PTU reached 7.7 microgram/ml and the mean concentration of PTU in milk reached only 0.7 microgram/ml. The mean total amount of PTU excreted during 4 h was 99 microgram--i.e.,(More)
intervention, which have improved the survival rate in this most challenging group of patients from 60% to 88%. This has been achieved with good quality of life despite a high perioperative morbidity and the greater technical difficulties related to the small size of the patient. We acknowledge the dedication of the nursing staff at the Children's Hospital,(More)
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