Parent-reported infant and maternal symptom relief following frenotomy in infants with tongue-tie
CONCLUSIONS: Most parents reported a moderate to high degree of infant and maternal symptom relief following frenotomy. Parent satisfaction was compelling. A uniform assessment tool may sharpen diagnostic criteria and eventually stabilise the frenotomy frequency in Danish infants.FUNDING: none.TRIAL REGISTRATION: not relevant.PMID:35485787 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Lene Dahl Siggaard Peter Tingsgaard Michael L üscher Jonas Peter Holm Jakob Korsholm Nielsen Thomas Qvist Berrett Source Type: research

Drug use in patients with short bowel syndrome and intestinal failure
CONCLUSION: In our single-centre cohort of patients with SBS intestinal failure, orally administered medications were generally prescribed in recommended dosages.FUNDING: none Trial registration. Approved by the Danish Data Protection Agency (BFH-2016-058, I-Suite no.: 04906) and the Danish Patient Safety Authority (3-3013-1884/1/).PMID:35485788 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Mette Medom Vorre Karl Sebastian Johansson Kristian Asp Fuglsang Henrik Horwitz Espen Jimenez Solem Palle Bekker Jeppesen Mikkel Bring Christensen Source Type: research

Prevalence and duration of anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in healthcare workers
CONCLUSION: Antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 were detectable in a subset of infected individuals for a minimum of 39 weeks.FUNDING: The assays performed at Rigshospitalet were developed with financial support from the Carlsberg Foundation (CF20-0045) and the Novo Nordisk Foundation (NFF205A0063505 and NNF20SA0064201).TRIAL REGISTRATION: The study was registered with the Danish National Committee on Health Research Ethics (H-20022312).PMID:35485785 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Caroline Klint Johannesen Gry St Martin Maria Elisabeth Lendorf Peter Gerred Alexander Fyfe Robert S Paton Craig Thompson Stig Molsted Caroline Elisabeth Kann Claus Antonio Jensen Cecilie Bo Hansen Ellen L økkegaard Thomas Broe Christensen Peter Simons T Source Type: research

Central line-associated bloodstream infection in infants admitted to a level lllneonatal intensive care unit
CONCLUSION: Compared with other high-income countries, our overall incidence rate seems high. Since units of measurement and the definition used for CLABSI vary between studies, it is important to keep this in mind when comparing findings. Future research should focus on preventative measures in relation to CLs.FUNDING: none Trial registration. not relevant.PMID:35485786 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Camilla Littau Nielsen Gitte Zachariassen Kristina Garne Holm Source Type: research

Parent-reported infant and maternal symptom relief following frenotomy in infants with tongue-tie
CONCLUSIONS: Most parents reported a moderate to high degree of infant and maternal symptom relief following frenotomy. Parent satisfaction was compelling. A uniform assessment tool may sharpen diagnostic criteria and eventually stabilise the frenotomy frequency in Danish infants.FUNDING: none.TRIAL REGISTRATION: not relevant.PMID:35485787 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Lene Dahl Siggaard Peter Tingsgaard Michael L üscher Jonas Peter Holm Jakob Korsholm Nielsen Thomas Qvist Berrett Source Type: research

Drug use in patients with short bowel syndrome and intestinal failure
CONCLUSION: In our single-centre cohort of patients with SBS intestinal failure, orally administered medications were generally prescribed in recommended dosages.FUNDING: none Trial registration. Approved by the Danish Data Protection Agency (BFH-2016-058, I-Suite no.: 04906) and the Danish Patient Safety Authority (3-3013-1884/1/).PMID:35485788 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Mette Medom Vorre Karl Sebastian Johansson Kristian Asp Fuglsang Henrik Horwitz Espen Jimenez Solem Palle Bekker Jeppesen Mikkel Bring Christensen Source Type: research

Prevalence and duration of anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in healthcare workers
CONCLUSION: Antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 were detectable in a subset of infected individuals for a minimum of 39 weeks.FUNDING: The assays performed at Rigshospitalet were developed with financial support from the Carlsberg Foundation (CF20-0045) and the Novo Nordisk Foundation (NFF205A0063505 and NNF20SA0064201).TRIAL REGISTRATION: The study was registered with the Danish National Committee on Health Research Ethics (H-20022312).PMID:35485785 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Caroline Klint Johannesen Gry St Martin Maria Elisabeth Lendorf Peter Gerred Alexander Fyfe Robert S Paton Craig Thompson Stig Molsted Caroline Elisabeth Kann Claus Antonio Jensen Cecilie Bo Hansen Ellen L økkegaard Thomas Broe Christensen Peter Simons T Source Type: research

Central line-associated bloodstream infection in infants admitted to a level lllneonatal intensive care unit
CONCLUSION: Compared with other high-income countries, our overall incidence rate seems high. Since units of measurement and the definition used for CLABSI vary between studies, it is important to keep this in mind when comparing findings. Future research should focus on preventative measures in relation to CLs.FUNDING: none Trial registration. not relevant.PMID:35485786 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Camilla Littau Nielsen Gitte Zachariassen Kristina Garne Holm Source Type: research

Parent-reported infant and maternal symptom relief following frenotomy in infants with tongue-tie
CONCLUSIONS: Most parents reported a moderate to high degree of infant and maternal symptom relief following frenotomy. Parent satisfaction was compelling. A uniform assessment tool may sharpen diagnostic criteria and eventually stabilise the frenotomy frequency in Danish infants.FUNDING: none.TRIAL REGISTRATION: not relevant.PMID:35485787 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Lene Dahl Siggaard Peter Tingsgaard Michael L üscher Jonas Peter Holm Jakob Korsholm Nielsen Thomas Qvist Berrett Source Type: research

Drug use in patients with short bowel syndrome and intestinal failure
CONCLUSION: In our single-centre cohort of patients with SBS intestinal failure, orally administered medications were generally prescribed in recommended dosages.FUNDING: none Trial registration. Approved by the Danish Data Protection Agency (BFH-2016-058, I-Suite no.: 04906) and the Danish Patient Safety Authority (3-3013-1884/1/).PMID:35485788 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Mette Medom Vorre Karl Sebastian Johansson Kristian Asp Fuglsang Henrik Horwitz Espen Jimenez Solem Palle Bekker Jeppesen Mikkel Bring Christensen Source Type: research

Prevalence and duration of anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in healthcare workers
CONCLUSION: Antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 were detectable in a subset of infected individuals for a minimum of 39 weeks.FUNDING: The assays performed at Rigshospitalet were developed with financial support from the Carlsberg Foundation (CF20-0045) and the Novo Nordisk Foundation (NFF205A0063505 and NNF20SA0064201).TRIAL REGISTRATION: The study was registered with the Danish National Committee on Health Research Ethics (H-20022312).PMID:35485785 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Caroline Klint Johannesen Gry St Martin Maria Elisabeth Lendorf Peter Gerred Alexander Fyfe Robert S Paton Craig Thompson Stig Molsted Caroline Elisabeth Kann Claus Antonio Jensen Cecilie Bo Hansen Ellen L økkegaard Thomas Broe Christensen Peter Simons T Source Type: research

Central line-associated bloodstream infection in infants admitted to a level lllneonatal intensive care unit
CONCLUSION: Compared with other high-income countries, our overall incidence rate seems high. Since units of measurement and the definition used for CLABSI vary between studies, it is important to keep this in mind when comparing findings. Future research should focus on preventative measures in relation to CLs.FUNDING: none Trial registration. not relevant.PMID:35485786 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Camilla Littau Nielsen Gitte Zachariassen Kristina Garne Holm Source Type: research

Parent-reported infant and maternal symptom relief following frenotomy in infants with tongue-tie
CONCLUSIONS: Most parents reported a moderate to high degree of infant and maternal symptom relief following frenotomy. Parent satisfaction was compelling. A uniform assessment tool may sharpen diagnostic criteria and eventually stabilise the frenotomy frequency in Danish infants.FUNDING: none.TRIAL REGISTRATION: not relevant.PMID:35485787 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Lene Dahl Siggaard Peter Tingsgaard Michael L üscher Jonas Peter Holm Jakob Korsholm Nielsen Thomas Qvist Berrett Source Type: research

Drug use in patients with short bowel syndrome and intestinal failure
CONCLUSION: In our single-centre cohort of patients with SBS intestinal failure, orally administered medications were generally prescribed in recommended dosages.FUNDING: none Trial registration. Approved by the Danish Data Protection Agency (BFH-2016-058, I-Suite no.: 04906) and the Danish Patient Safety Authority (3-3013-1884/1/).PMID:35485788 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Mette Medom Vorre Karl Sebastian Johansson Kristian Asp Fuglsang Henrik Horwitz Espen Jimenez Solem Palle Bekker Jeppesen Mikkel Bring Christensen Source Type: research

Prevalence and duration of anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in healthcare workers
CONCLUSION: Antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 were detectable in a subset of infected individuals for a minimum of 39 weeks.FUNDING: The assays performed at Rigshospitalet were developed with financial support from the Carlsberg Foundation (CF20-0045) and the Novo Nordisk Foundation (NFF205A0063505 and NNF20SA0064201).TRIAL REGISTRATION: The study was registered with the Danish National Committee on Health Research Ethics (H-20022312).PMID:35485785 (Source: Danish Medical Journal)
Source: Danish Medical Journal - April 29, 2022 Category: General Medicine Authors: Caroline Klint Johannesen Gry St Martin Maria Elisabeth Lendorf Peter Gerred Alexander Fyfe Robert S Paton Craig Thompson Stig Molsted Caroline Elisabeth Kann Claus Antonio Jensen Cecilie Bo Hansen Ellen L økkegaard Thomas Broe Christensen Peter Simons T Source Type: research