The manifestations of giant cell arteritis can be variable. About a third of large-vessel giant cell arteritis patients have no sonographic evidence of temporal vasculitis, and more than half have normal histology of the temporal artery.
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 great strength of video technology lies in providing information about medical knowledge and practice. For the benefit of the patient, new technical achievements should be implemented in concepts of continuing medical education.
High costs are an important barrier to treatment access for vulnerable and often uninsured patients with hepatitis C.
Tuberculosis is often a slowly progressive disease, and therefore there may be a delay between the beginning of the symptoms, the first medical visit and the initiation of adequate treatment.
Some psychiatric addictions units in Switzerland have aimed to reduce the use of coercion in the treatment of substance use disorder (SUD), but in a recent study SUD was the second most prevalent diagnosis in involuntarily admitted patients.
The increased risk of cardiovascular disease has emerged as a major issue in patients with rheumatoid arthritis – it has been estimated that the cardiovascular disease burden in rheumatoid arthritis is comparable to that of diabetes mellitus.
Since 2001, cases of sexually transmitted Shigella spp. among men who have sex with men have been reported with increasing frequency, becoming an important public health problem in many countries.
Continuous deep sedation until death is increasingly used to treat intolerable suffering of terminally ill patients. Variation in prevalence estimates indicates a potential effect of differences in practice between care settings and professionals.
Providing efficient healthcare is important for hospitals. Shorter and longer length of hospital stay (LOS) outliers influence financial results and reimbursement.
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