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Treatments and outcomes in bipolar disorder
Bipolar disorder is defined by recurring mood episodes and patients have a markedly increased risk of suicide. Pharmacological and psychological treatments for bipolar disorder have proven efficacy in clinical trials ...
The epidemiology of cardiac arrest - In-hospital risk assessment, treatment and outcome
AIM: To describe and analyse sudden cardiac arrest, both in hospital and out of hospital, from an epidemiological perspective, by early prediction, by comparing changes over time in relation to aetiology, characteristics, ...
Depression among Swedish 70-year-olds - Sex differences from a gender perspective
Depression is one of the leading causes of global burden of disease. Due to increased life expectancy, late-life depression is an escalating public health issue. The prevalence is reported to be almost twice as high among ...
Predicting mortality by comorbidity for patients with hip arthroplasty: Prospective observational register studies of a nationwide Swedish cohort
INTRODUCTION: Patients with total hip arthroplasty (THA) due to osteoarthritis (OA) are usually healthy, some with a remaining lifetime of several decades after surgery. Patients with hip arthroplasty due to a femoral ...
On the epidemiology, clinical presentation and transmission of respiratory viral infections
Respiratory viral infections encompass a large heterogenous group of pathogens that constitute a major burden of disease globally. The various routes of transmission including airborne spread make them difficult to control. ...