The authors analyzed international industry-sponsored pediatric studies listed in www.clinicaltrials.gov with at least one center in Switzerland, respectively, for their medical value.
We are far from reaching equality, equity, and parity. Women currently represent less than 30% of the research and development workforce worldwide.
There is evidence that black clouds really exist in the ED.
The study of Zeljkovic et al. showed that Swiss CRT recipients are older, less symptomatic and suffer more often from co-morbidities. What features of the Swiss healthcare system would explain the differences?
Current knowledge about genetic and epigenetic involvement in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease is poor. In addition to genetic alterations, the intestinal microbiota and environmental factors also play a critical role.
Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant occurring naturally in some foods and used to treat primary apnoea in premature babies. However, high caffeine intake can be harmful, and caffeine is transmitted into breastmilk.
The occurrence and development of cancer cells in the body is a dynamic process of interaction between the immune system and the tumour cells. Whether tumour growth is promoted or suppressed in the parabiosis model is still unclear.
Paediatric musculoskeletal infections by Panton-Valentine leucocidin (PVL)-producing Staphylococcus aureus are characterised by a rapid course of marked inflammation, worsening under conservative therapy, and a high rate of recurrence.
In Switzerland, the outcome of vascular access creation in the 4500 patients on dialysis is unknown, mainly because there is no prospective registry for patients undergoing vascular access surgery for renal replacement therapy.
Hyponatraemia is the most common electrolyte disorder encountered in hospitalised patients and has an impact on outcome and survival. However, the risk factors are not yet sufficiently known.
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