Majbrit Vindt Holm

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BACKGROUND To assess influenza vaccination coverage from 2001 to 2006 in Germany, to understand drivers and barriers to vaccination and to identify vaccination intentions for season 2006/07. METHODS 9,990 telephone-based household surveys from age 14 were conducted between 2001 and 2006. Essentially, the same questionnaire was used in all seasons. (More)
OBJECTIVE To understand potential drivers and barriers to influenza vaccination in the general population. METHODS 47 982 household surveys were conducted in five European countries between 2001 and 2006. RESULTS Overall influenza vaccination coverage increased over the years and reached 26.2% in 2005/06. Among the elderly > or =65 years, the rate(More)
Objective: To assess the pharmacoeconomics of treating influenza with oseltamivir in healthy Danish adolescents and adults. Method: Cost-effectiveness and cost-utility analyses were used to compare oseltamivir to usual care (symptomatic treatment with over the counter (OTC) medicine), considering both the societal and health care payer’s perspectives. The(More)
This study aims at assessing trends in influenza vaccination coverage from 2001 to 2006 in Great Britain, at understanding drivers and barriers to vaccination and at identifying vaccination intentions for influenza season 2006/2007. In seasons 2001/2002 to 2005/2006, telephone-based household surveys representative of the population from age 16 were(More)
The EPHESUS study demonstrated that aldosterone blockade with eplerenone decreased mortality in patients with left ventricular systolic dysfunction (LVSD) and heart failure after acute myocardial infarction (AMI). The EPHESUS pharmacoeconomic analysis was performed to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of eplerenone in the Swiss setting. A total of 6,632(More)
This study aims at assessing trends in influenza vaccination coverage from 2001 to 2006 in Italy, at understanding the drivers and barriers to vaccination, and to identify vaccination intentions for season 2006/07. We conducted telephone-based household surveys representative of the population from age 14. Total sample size was 10,026 persons. The influenza(More)
INTRODUCTION The increased risk of a new influenza pandemic has raised awareness of the need for high influenza vaccination rates. OBJECTIVES This study aims at assessing trends in influenza vaccination coverage from 2001 to 2006 in France, at understanding the drivers and barriers, and to identify vaccination intentions for 2006/2007. METHODS We(More)
Reaction of 2',5'-di-O-TBDMS-3'-ketouridine 1 with L-cysteine yielded in good yield a resolvable mixture of the two expected epimeric spironucleosides 2 and 3. Amidification of their carboxylic group took place readily and the ribo carboxamide 4 was oxidized to the corresponding sulfoxide 6. Despite their similarity to TSAO derivatives these compounds did(More)
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