S. S. Johansen

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BACKGROUND Previous studies concerning symptom-giving pelvic girdle relaxation in pregnancy have to our knowledge been retrospective. We wanted to 1) determine the incidence during pregnancy and the prevalence two, six, and twelve months post partum, 2) identify possible predisposing factors, and 3) determine the frequency and duration of sicklisting,(More)
BACKGROUND Pelvic pain in pregnancy appears to be a problem that is increasing. This study was undertaken to describe and analyze the relationship between subjective symptoms, daily disability, and clinical findings in women with symptom-giving pelvic girdle relaxation in pregnancy MATERIALS AND METHODS Out of 1600 pregnant women 238 had pelvic pain.(More)
A limited Graphics Turing Test is used to determine the frame rate that is required to achieve telepresence of an animated object. For low object velocities of 2.25 and 4.5 degrees of visual angle per second at 60 frames per second a rotating object with no added motion blur is able to pass the test. The results of the experiments confirm previous results(More)
We present a practical implementation of a variation of the Turing Test for realistic computer graphics. The test determines whether virtual representations of objects appear as real as genuine objects. Two experiments were conducted wherein a real object and a similar virtual object is presented to test subjects under specific restrictions. A criterion for(More)
Pelvic pain in pregnancy appears to be a problem on the increase. This study was undertaken to describe and analyse the relationship between subjective symptoms, daily disability, and clinical findings in women with symptom-giving pelvic girdle relaxation in pregnancy. Out of 1600 pregnant women, 238 had pelvic pain. After a clinical examination 11 women(More)
With this study, we wanted to determine the incidence of symptom-giving pelvic girdle relaxation during pregnancy and the prevalence post partum, identify predisposing factors, and determine the frequency of sick leave. A total of 1600 pregnant women entered the study. The incidence during pregnancy was 14%, the prevalence two, six, and twelve months post(More)
An analytical method providing high sensitivity (limit of quantitation of 50 ng/l) with acceptable reproducibility (mean R.S.D. 19%) has been developed for determining heteroaromatic compounds in creosote-contaminated groundwater. The best technique (highest recovery and reproducibility) found between liquid-liquid extraction using either dichloromethane,(More)
Research on disruptive innovation is characterized by a scattered and conflicting nature. This paper suggests a new approach to raising important and interdependent research questions, theory integration, and methods across challenges and disciplines. The contribution is limited to the digital domain through the research question: What are research(More)
Development in the digital area during most recent decades has made the possibility and fear of being disrupted by digital platforms, communities, and digital services more present. Even though theories of disruption and managerial implications have been explored and developed since the mid 90's, some characteristics applying to the digital domain, i.e.(More)
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