Klaus Nielsen

Annemette Bondo Lind2
Mette Bech Risoer1
Johnny RM Lauridsen1
Sara Colella1
2Annemette Bondo Lind
1Mette Bech Risoer
1Johnny RM Lauridsen
1Sara Colella
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Here we present a review of most of the currently used polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based methods for identification of Brucella bacteria in biological samples. We focused in particular on methods using single-pair primers, multiplex primers, real-time PCRs, PCRs for marine Brucella, and PCRs for molecular biotyping. These methods are becoming very(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore patterns of experienced stress and stress reactions before the onset of illness in the life history of patients with severe somatoform disorders to identify predisposing stress-mechanisms. METHODS A systematic, thematic analysis was conducted on data collected from 24 semi-structured individual life history interviews. RESULTS(More)
BACKGROUND Haemoptysis is a common symptom and can be an early sign of lung cancer. Careful investigation of patients with haemoptysis may lead to early diagnosis. The strategy for investigation of these patients, however, is still being debated. OBJECTIVES We studied whether the combination of computed tomography (CT) and bronchoscopy had a higher(More)
BACKGROUND Emergency ultrasound is a relatively new diagnostic discipline. It is used as an extension of the clinical examination and is ideal in the setting of acute illness. The objective of this study was to investigate how many Emergency Departments (EDs) in Denmark have implemented emergency ultrasound. We also wanted to give an idea of how many and(More)
OBJECTIVE Patients with somatoform disorders could be vulnerable to stressors and have difficulties coping with stress. The aim was to explore what the patients experience as stressful and how they resolve stress in everyday life. METHODS A cross-sectional retrospective design using 24 semi-structured individual life history interviews. Data-analysis was(More)
The Antillean manatee (Trichechus manatus manatus), a subspecies of the West Indian manatee, inhabits fresh, brackish, and warm coastal waters distributed along the eastern border of Central America, the northern coast of South America, and throughout the Wider Caribbean Region. Threatened primarily by human encroachment, poaching, and habitat degradation,(More)
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