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  • Metabolic control and morbidity of type 2 diabetic patients in a general practice network

    Bouma, M.; Dekker, J.M.; Eijk, van, J.T.M.; Schgellevis, F.G.; Kriegsman, D.M.W.; Heine, R.J. (1999)
    Methods: glycaemic control and the prevalence of modifiable cardiovascular risk factors, and micro- and macrovascular morbidity was examined in 637 Type 2 diabetic patients in general practice, of whom 405 consented to undergo a more extensive examination. Results: in these 405 patients, HbA1c was >-7% in 56.6%, and hypertension and dyslipidaemia were found in 59.8% and 46.5% of the patients, respectively. The level of cardiovascular risk factors was acceptable, according to the European guid...

    Adverse events and potentially preventable deaths in Dutch hospitals: results of a retrospective patient record review study

    Zegers, H.W.M.; Bruijne, de, M.C.; Wagner, C.; Hoonhout, L.H.F.; Waaijman, R.; Smits, M.; Hout, F.A.G.; Zwaan, L.; Dingelhoff, I.; Timmermans, D.R.M.; Groenewegen, P.P.; Wal, van der, G. (2009)
    OBJECTIVE: This study determined the incidence, type, nature, preventability and impact of adverse events (AEs) among hospitalised patients and potentially preventable deaths in Dutch hospitals. METHODS: Using a three-stage retrospective record review process, trained nurses and doctors reviewed 7926 admissions: 3983 admissions of deceased hospital patients and 3943 admissions of discharged patients in 2004, in a random sample of 21 hospitals in the Netherlands (4 university, 6 tertiary teach...

    Range of joint motion and disability in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee or hip.

    Steultjens, M.P.M.; Dekker, J.; Baar, van, M.E.; Oostendorp, R.A.B.; Bijlsma, J.W.J. (2000)
    OBJECTIVE: To establish the relationships between the range of joint motion (ROM) and disability in patients with osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee or hip. Two related issues were addressed: (1) the inter-relationships between ROMs of joint actions, and (2) the relationship between ROM and disability. METHODS: Data on 198 patients with OA of the knee or hip were used. The ROM was assessed bilaterally for the hip and knee, using a goniometer. Disability was assessed using a self-reporting method...

    Coping Styles as Mediator of Sexual Orientation-Related Health Differences

    Sandfort, T.G.M.; Bakker, F.C.; Schellevis, F.G.; Vanwesenbeeck, I. (2009)
    The higher prevalence of health problems in homosexual compared to heterosexual populations is usually understood as a consequence of minority stress. We hypothesized that differential rates of health problems also could result from sexual orientation-related differences in coping styles. We explored this using data collected in a general population-based study (N = 9684) via face-to-face interviews. A higher prevalence of both mental and physical health problems, as assessed with individual ...

    Diversity in sexual health: Problems and dilemmas

    Rademakers, J.; Mouthaan, I.; Neef, M. de (2005)
    The increase in migrant populations in western Europe has led to specific problems and dilemmas in the area of sexual and reproductive health and service provision. In general, these problems and dilemmas can be divided into four categories: (1) epidemiology of diseases and risk factors; (2) psychosocial and cultural aspects; (3) communication; and (4) moral and ethical dilemmas. Regarding epidemiology, there is an increased prevalence in migrant groups of unwanted pregnancy and abortion, HIV...
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