Sanja Brus

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The present study examined the benefits of providing amplified speech to the low- and mid-frequency regions of listeners with various degrees of sensorineural hearing loss. Nonsense syllables were low-pass filtered at various cutoff frequencies and consonant recognition was measured as the bandwidth of the signal was increased. In addition, error patterns(More)
The European University Association (EUA) is the representative organisation of universities and national rectors' conferences in 46 European countries. EUA plays a crucial role in the Bologna process and in infl uencing EU policies on higher education, research and innovation. Thanks to its interaction with a range of other European and international(More)
  • Jasna Meπko, Veronika Hribar, Sanja Brus, Mateja Groπelj, Breda BarbiË-Æagar
  • 2014
bolest srca (KBS) predstavlja vodeÊi uzrok smrti dijljem svijeta, a kako je u porastu postala je istinska pan-demija koja nema granica. 1 KBS je i glavni uzrok smrti u Europi, gdje je odgovorna za 1.8 milijuna smrti svake godi-Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the leading cause of death worldwide; it is on the rise and has become a true pandemic that respects(More)
  • Jasna Meπko, Sanja Brus, Mateja Groπelj, Breda BarbiË-Æagar
  • 2013
D yslipidemia is one of the most important and common modifiable risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD). Lipid-lowering therapy is an integral part of intervention strategies in the prevention of CVD. Till this date, statins have remained the only hypolipidemics proven to reduce cardiovascular mortality and morbidity in patients with and without(More)
  • Jasna Meπko, Sanja Brus, Breda BarbiË-Æagar
  • 2013
C ardiovascular disease (CVD) is the greatest epidemic of mankind. It is the single most important cause of death for both men and women, despite the fact that with the use of modern medicine it can often be prevented or at least postponed. 1 Overall, CVD is estimated to cost the EU economy almost 196 billion euros a year. These costs Rosuvastatin kao dio(More)
Although for many people cardiovascular disease (CVD) may not be as scary as cancer it is still by far the most common cause of death in the world 1. Many find this surprising as CVD can be prevented or at least postponed to a much older age just by living a healthy lifestyle. In cases where a healthy lifestyle just is not enough, there is a wide range of(More)
  • Jana Golob, Sanja Brus, Mateja Groπelj, Breda BarbiË-Æagar
  • 2012
C ardiovascular disease (CVD) still remains the leading cause of global mortality, accounting for almost 17 million deaths annually 1 and nearly half of all deaths in Europe, i.e. for over 4.3 million deaths each year. 2 The causes of CVD are multifactorial. 3 Research shows that among many risk factors contributing to the development of CVD, dyslipidemia,(More)
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