Senja Karjalainen

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BACKGROUND Cost-effectiveness analyses facilitate the allocation of health care resources. The aim of the study was to compare the cost-effectiveness of group treatment, already known to be more effective, with routine counseling in obese children. METHOD A prospective 6-month intervention assessed family-based group treatment (15 separate sessions for(More)
In a nonfluoridated community of Finland, where fortnightly fluoride rinsing with 0.2% sodium fluoride has been used for nearly two decades, a total of 313 children 7-8 yr old were recruited and randomly divided into two groups. 206 children completed the 3-yr trial. The control group (n = 94) participated in the rinsing program which included supervised(More)
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