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Prevalence and pattern of co morbidity among type2 diabetics attending urban primary healthcare centers at Bhubaneswar (India)

: Sandipana Pati. Resources: Sandipana Pati. Supervision: F. G. Schellevis. Validation: Sandipana Pati. Writing ± original draft: Sandipana Pati. Writing ± review & editing: F. G. Schellevis. 9 / 12 10 / 12

Implementation fidelity of a clinical medication review intervention: process evaluation

Background Implementation of clinical medication reviews in daily practice is scarcely evaluated. The Opti-Med intervention applied a structured approach with external expert teams (pharmacist and physician) to conduct medication reviews. The intervention was effective with respect to resolving drug related problems, but did not improve quality of life. Objective The objective of...

Reported incidence and treatment of dermatophytosis in children in general practice: a comparison between 1987 and 2001

Paediatrics, Sophia Children's Hospital, Erasmus MC-University Medical Center , Rotterdam, The Netherlands 1 F. G. Schellevis Department of General Practice, Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research

Increased Risk of Common Infections in Patients with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

code (F. G. Schellevis, personal communication). Active medical comorbid conditions were considered to be present if a contact for such a disease was made in the year of registration. Patients aged 18

Health outcomes of asthma and COPD patients: the evaluation of a project to implement guidelines in general practice

Objective. To evaluate a project to implement guidelines on the management of patients with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in terms of the health outcomes of these patients. Design. A before-and-after study of 1 year with a non-randomized but comparable reference group. Setting. General practices in the Netherlands. Study participants. Two-hundred and...