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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A clinical guideline for early discharge of low-risk patients with upper gastrointestinal tract hemorrhage reduces length of stay without adverse effects Graham, David Y.
1998
2 3 p. 81-
1 p.
artikel
2 Adherence to tuberculosis treatment can be improved by a number of low-cost interventions Gelberg, Lillian
1998
2 3 p. 82-
1 p.
artikel
3 An invitation letter is insufficient to encourage women who are underscreened or have never been screened to attend for cervical screening Straton, Judith A.Y.
1998
2 3 p. 66-
1 p.
artikel
4 Early discharge after stroke to community rehabilitation is feasible and as effective as hospital-based rehabilitation Pencneon, David
1998
2 3 p. 75-
1 p.
artikel
5 Early discharge of newborns following an uncomplicated delivery dose not increase the risk of readmission for feeding-related problems Renfrew, Mary
1998
2 3 p. 72-73
2 p.
artikel
6 Early discharge of newborns following routine vaginal delivery increases the risk of rehospitalization within the first month of life 1998
2 3 p. 72-
1 p.
artikel
7 Early readmission to hospital is a valid indicator of low-quality care Milne, Ruairidh
1998
2 3 p. 70-
1 p.
artikel
8 Electronic communication between health care providers and patients can improve patient outcomes Dawes, Martin
1998
2 3 p. 80-
1 p.
artikel
9 Establishing fixed budgets for clinics reduces costs without adversely affecting quality Buchan, Heather
1998
2 3 p. 76-
1 p.
artikel
10 Evaluation of programs for health promotion is difficult, but they can be effective Powles, John
1998
2 3 p. 68-
1 p.
artikel
11 Financial incentives can improve patient compliance with treatment Silverman, Jonathan
1998
2 3 p. 58-
1 p.
artikel
12 Homeless families have high levels of mental health problems, which for some families persist after rehousing Parker, Ruth
1998
2 3 p. 67-
1 p.
artikel
13 Home visits performed by nurses on low-income pregnant women affects maternal and child health/development Hobbs, Margaret
1998
2 3 p. 69-
1 p.
artikel
14 How this journal works Donald, Anna
1998
2 3 p. 57-
1 p.
artikel
15 Less than half of the women with breast cancer believed they were offered their preferred level of control Silverman, Jonathan
1998
2 3 p. 83-84
2 p.
artikel
16 Most children being treated for asthma do not have growth impairment. A small subset of children with asthma are shorter and lighter, but this is more likely to be due to low socioeconomic group and type of treatment 1998
2 3 p. 61-
1 p.
artikel
17 Most episodes of low back pain presenting to family practice do not resolve Singh, Surinder
1998
2 3 p. 78-
1 p.
artikel
18 Organizations that commissioned tertiary care did so primarily on price rather than quality or effectiveness, and impaired the progress of research facilities Himsworth, Richard
1998
2 3 p. 59-60
2 p.
artikel
19 Resuscitation using colloid solutions rather than crystalloids may result in a 4% higher absolute risk of mortality in critically ill patients Hiesmayr, Michael J.
1998
2 3 p. 74-
1 p.
artikel
20 The advantages of treating acute cough with antibiotics do not outweigh the disadvantages Rosenthal, Joe
1998
2 3 p. 79-
1 p.
artikel
21 The only financial savings from a shift to day care for rheumatoid arthritis results from cost transfer to patients and families Smith, Rod
1998
2 3 p. 71-
1 p.
artikel
22 The outcome of PTCA was better when carried out by cardiologists who performed larger numbers of interventions Troop, Pat
1998
2 3 p. 77-
1 p.
artikel
23 The tobacco industry is seeking to prevent local communities from taking legal action by pre-emptive legislation at state level Simpson, David
1998
2 3 p. 65-
1 p.
artikel
24 Underdiagnosis of asthma in adolescents could be improved by targeted asthma campaigns in the community Primhak, R.A.
1998
2 3 p. 61-62
2 p.
artikel
25 Vaccination against meningococcal disease during an outbreak was protective in vaccinated individuals but did not stop the outbreak Bobak, Martin
1998
2 3 p. 63-
1 p.
artikel
26 Vitamin supplementation in malnourished populations increases the effectiveness of treatment Wilkinson, Ewan
1998
2 3 p. 64-
1 p.
artikel
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