Julia Schiffner-Rohe

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Safety and efficacy of this new treatment modality for out-patients were evaluated by an uncontrolled multicenter trial under GCP-conditions. Patients had to undergo 3-5 treatment sessions per week(More)
BACKGROUND Pharmacoeconomic outcome research is based on three criteria: (i) evaluation of objective therapeutic effects; (ii) quality of life; and (iii) treatment costs. Evaluation of therapeutic(More)
BACKGROUND Data from an uncontrolled trial suggest synchronous balneophototherapy (sBPT), which simulates treatment conditions at the Dead Sea, to be effective in the management of atopic dermatitis(More)
Hintergrund und Fragestellung. Vor Einführung neuer Therapieverfahren wird der Nachweis der Wirksamkeit durch klinische Studien gefordert. Außerdem stellt sich die Frage, inwieweit unter(More)
The synchronous application of narrowband UVB phototherapy with 311 nm lamps (Philips TL-01) and bathing in Dead Sea salt solution was evaluated in a multicentre trial (n = 60) in outpatients(More)