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A world map of esophagus cancer research: a critical accounting

Esophageal cancer (EC) is one of the deadliest cancers worldwide. The contemporary strong increase of the adenocarcinomas in Western countries and the high mortality rates require the intensification of prospective multinational studies. Therefore, this global health issue has been chosen for the bibliometric review of the global publication output. As source for meta and...

Social sciences research in the Central European city of Wrocław: A density-equalizing mapping analysis

Contributions Conceptualization: David A. Groneberg. 11 / 14 Data curation: David A. Groneberg. Formal analysis: David A. Groneberg. Investigation: David A. Groneberg. Methodology: David A. Groneberg ... . Project administration: David A. Groneberg. Software: David A. Groneberg. Validation: David A. Groneberg. Visualization: David A. Groneberg. Writing ? original draft: David A. Groneberg. Writing

Influence of ergonomic layout of musician chairs on posture and seat pressure in musicians of different playing levels

Song, David A. Groneberg. Formal analysis: Daniela Ohlendorf, Christian Maurer, Elisabeth Bolender, Veronica Kocis, Martha Song. Investigation: Daniela Ohlendorf, Elisabeth Bolender, Veronica Kocis ... Bolender, Veronica Kocis, Martha Song, David A. Groneberg. 12 / 14 10. 13 / 14 1. Moraes GF , Antunes AP . Musculoskeletal disorders in professional violinists and violists. Systematic review . Acta

Gender disparities in high-quality research revealed by Nature Index journals

very closely to those obtained for randomly ordered author lists (yellow). (JPG) Author Contributions Conceptualization: Michael H. K. Bendels, David A. Groneberg. Data curation: Michael H. K. Bendels ... . Formal analysis: Michael H. K. Bendels. Investigation: Michael H. K. Bendels. Methodology: Michael H. K. Bendels. Resources: David A. Groneberg. Software: Michael H. K. Bendels. Project administration

Accessibility of general and specialized obstetric care providers in Germany and England: an analysis of location and neonatal outcome

Health care accessibility is known to differ geographically. With this study we focused on analysing accessibility of general and specialized obstetric units in England and Germany with regard to urbanity, area deprivation and neonatal outcome using routine data. We used a floating catchment area method to measure obstetric care accessibility, the degree of urbanization (DEGURBA...

Accessibility of general and specialized obstetric care providers in Germany and England: an analysis of location and neonatal outcome

Health care accessibility is known to differ geographically. With this study we focused on analysing accessibility of general and specialized obstetric units in England and Germany with regard to urbanity, area deprivation and neonatal outcome using routine data. We used a floating catchment area method to measure obstetric care accessibility, the degree of urbanization (DEGURBA...

Accessibility of general and specialized obstetric care providers in Germany and England: an analysis of location and neonatal outcome

Health care accessibility is known to differ geographically. With this study we focused on analysing accessibility of general and specialized obstetric units in England and Germany with regard to urbanity, area deprivation and neonatal outcome using routine data. We used a floating catchment area method to measure obstetric care accessibility, the degree of urbanization (DEGURBA...

Accessibility of general and specialized obstetric care providers in Germany and England: an analysis of location and neonatal outcome

Health care accessibility is known to differ geographically. With this study we focused on analysing accessibility of general and specialized obstetric units in England and Germany with regard to urbanity, area deprivation and neonatal outcome using routine data. We used a floating catchment area method to measure obstetric care accessibility, the degree of urbanization (DEGURBA...

Accessibility of general and specialized obstetric care providers in Germany and England: an analysis of location and neonatal outcome

Health care accessibility is known to differ geographically. With this study we focused on analysing accessibility of general and specialized obstetric units in England and Germany with regard to urbanity, area deprivation and neonatal outcome using routine data. We used a floating catchment area method to measure obstetric care accessibility, the degree of urbanization (DEGURBA...

Strength improvements through occlusal splints? The effects of different lower jaw positions on maximal isometric force production and performance in different jumping types

Ohlendorf. Writing ± review & editing: Jil-Julia Sure, Daniel Fuchs, Christoph Mickel, Eileen M. Wanke, David A. Groneberg, Daniela Ohlendorf. 14 / 17 15 / 17 (2):73±6. Epub 2011/07/01. https://doi.org ... . Investigation: Christian Maurer, Sebastian Heller, Jil-Julia Sure, Daniel Fuchs. Methodology: Christian Maurer, Sebastian Heller, Jil-Julia Sure, Daniel Fuchs, Christoph Mickel, Eileen M. Wanke, David A

Orthopedic workforce planning in Germany – an analysis of orthopedic accessibility

In Germany, orthopedic workforce planning relies on population-to-provider-ratios represented by the ‘official degree of care provision’. However, with geographic information systems (GIS), more sophisticated measurements are available. By utilizing GIS-based technologies we analyzed the current state of demand and supply of the orthopedic workforce in Germany (orthopedic...

Measuring Spatial Accessibility of Health Care Providers – Introduction of a Variable Distance Decay Function within the Floating Catchment Area (FCA) Method

We integrated recent improvements within the floating catchment area (FCA) method family into an integrated ‘iFCA`method. Within this method we focused on the distance decay function and its parameter. So far only distance decay functions with constant parameters have been applied. Therefore, we developed a variable distance decay function to be used within the FCA method. We...

Pulmonary Hypertension: Scientometric Analysis and Density-Equalizing Mapping

Pulmonary hypertension (PH) is characterized by the increase of the mean pulmonary arterial pressure in the lung circulation. Despite the large number of experimental and clinical studies conducted on pulmonary hypertension, there is no comprehensive work that analyzed the global research activity on PH so far. We retrieved the bibliometric data of the publications on pulmonary...

Ovarian cancer: density equalizing mapping of the global research architecture

Despite its impact on female health worldwide, no efforts have been made to depict the global architecture of ovarian cancer research and to understand the trends in the related literature. Hence, it was the objective of this study to assess the global scientific performance chronologically, geographically and in regards to economic benchmarks using bibliometric tools and density...

Ebola and Its Global Research Architecture—Need for an Improvement

The current Ebola outbreak poses a threat to individual and global public health. Although the disease has been of interest to the scientific community since 1976, an effective vaccination approach is still lacking. This fact questions past global public health strategies, which have not foreseen the possible impact of this infectious disease. To quantify the global research...

Congenital toxoplasmosis: an in-depth density-equalizing mapping analysis to explore its global research architecture

Klingelhöfer 0 Jenny Jaque 1 David A Groneberg 0 0 Department of Female Health and Preventive Medicine, Institute of Occupational Medicine, Social Medicine and Environmental Medicine, Goethe-University

Global architecture of gestational diabetes research: density-equalizing mapping studies and gender analysis

Objective Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is associated with substantial morbidity for mothers and their offspring. While clinical and basic research activities on this important disease grow constantly, there is no concise analysis of global architecture of GDM research. Hence, it was the objective of this study to assess the global scientific performance chronologically...

Correction: High blood levels of lead in children aged 6-36 months in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal: A cross-sectional study of associated factors

Kumar Aryal Bimala Dhimal Hari Datt Joshi Sajan Puri Achyut Raj Pandey Purushotam Dhakal Arun Kumar Sharma Dhruba Shrestha Ganendra Bhakta Raya Imran Ansari David A. Groneberg Ruth MuÈ ller Ulrich Kuch

Effectiveness of Low Emission Zones: Large Scale Analysis of Changes in Environmental NO2, NO and NOx Concentrations in 17 German Cities

Background Low Emission Zones (LEZs) are areas where the most polluting vehicles are restricted from entering. The effectiveness of LEZs to lower ambient exposures is under debate. This study focused on LEZs that restricted cars of Euro 1 standard without appropriate retrofitting systems from entering and estimated LEZ effects on NO2, NO, and NOx ( = NO2+NO). Methods Continuous...

High blood levels of lead in children aged 6-36 months in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal: A cross-sectional study of associated factors

Young children are at greatest risk of exposure to lead and its effects. Although lead is one of the most widely used elements with known health hazard, there is little data on the blood lead level (BLL) of children in the Kathmandu Valley. Thus, this study aimed to assess factors associated with high BLL in children who were 6–36 months of age and resided in the Kathmandu Valley...