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Sample Size in Qualitative Interview Studies
Sample sizes must be ascertained in qualitative studies like in quantitative studies but not by the same means. The prevailing concept for sample size in qualitative studies is “saturation.”Expand
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Does anaesthesia cause postoperative cognitive dysfunction? A randomised study of regional versus general anaesthesia in 438 elderly patients
Background:  Postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD) is a common complication after cardiac and major non‐cardiac surgery with general anaesthesia in the elderly. We hypothesized that theExpand
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Postoperative Cognitive Dysfunction in Middle-aged Patients
Background Postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD) after noncardiac surgery is strongly associated with increasing age in elderly patients; middle-aged patients (aged 40–60 yr) may be expected toExpand
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Cognitive dysfunction after minor surgery in the elderly
Background:  Major surgery is frequently associated with postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD) in elderly patients. Type of surgery and hospitalization may be important prognostic factors. TheExpand
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Long-Term Psychosocial Consequences of False-Positive Screening Mammography
PURPOSE Cancer screening programs have the potential of intended beneficial effects, but they also inevitably have unintended harmful effects. In the case of screening mammography, the most frequentExpand
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Efficacy of psychosocial intervention in patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease: the multicentre, rater blinded, randomised Danish Alzheimer Intervention Study (DAISY)
Objective To assess the efficacy at 12 months of an early psychosocial counselling and support programme for outpatients with mild Alzheimer’s disease and their primary care givers. DesignExpand
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Biomonitoring of Danish school children and mothers including biomarkers of PBDE and glyphosate
Abstract Background: The Danish part of the large European Human biomonitoring pilot project Demonstration of a study to Coordinate and Perform Human biomonitoring on a European Scale (DEMOCOPHES)Expand
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Respiratory syncytial virus infection—risk factors for hospital admission: a case‐control study
Most infants are infected with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) during the first 2 y of life. The majority have only a mild upper respiratory tract infection, but 1–2% develop a more severe illnessExpand
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In hip osteoarthritis, Nordic Walking is superior to strength training and home‐based exercise for improving function
This observer‐blinded, randomized controlled trial compared the short‐ and long‐term effects of 4 months of supervised strength training (ST) in a local fitness center, supervised Nordic Walking (NW)Expand
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