Mathias Mosfeldt

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INTRODUCTION The aim of this meta-analysis is to assess the association of three different clinical score systems with the mortality in hip fracture patients. METHODS A literature search was conducted on November 13, 2011 using PubMed and Embase. The search yielded 315 publications which were reviewed on the basis of the inclusion criteria. RESULTS(More)
BACKGROUND There is a 5- to 8-fold increased risk of mortality during the first 3 months after a hip fracture. Several risk factors are known. We studied the predictive value (for mortality) of routine blood tests taken on admission. METHODS 792 hip fracture patients were included prospectively; blood tests were taken on admission. Follow-up data on(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to assess the evidence for the association between different biochemical markers at admission and mortality through a meta-analysis. DATA SOURCES PubMed-, Embase-, Cochran Library and the Web of Knowledge were searched for cohort studies. STUDY SELECTION Eligible studies were observational studies with a study(More)
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