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Supplementary data for \"Immunomodulatory effects of metformin treatment in pregnant women with PCOS\"

Mariell Ryssdal, Eszter Vanky, Live Marie T. Stokkeland, Anders Hagen Jarmund, Bjørg Steinkjer, Tone Shetelig Løvvik, Torfinn Støve Madssen, Ann-Charlotte Iversen & Guro F. Giskeødegård
Supplemental data for JCEM.

Antimicrobial therapy of community-acquired pneumonia during stewardship efforts and a coronavirus pandemic: an observational study

Bjørn Waagsbø, Morten Tranung, Jan Kristian Damås & Lars Heggelund
Abstract Background Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) is the most frequent infection diagnosis in hospitals. Antimicrobial therapy for CAP is depicted in clinical practice guidelines, but adherence data and effect of antibiotic stewardship measures are lacking. Methods A dedicated antibiotic team pointed out CAP as a potential target for antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) measures at a 1.000-bed, tertiary care, teaching university hospital in Norway from March until May for the years 2016 throughout 2021. The aim of the...

Additional file 5 of Real-world comparison of the effects of etanercept and adalimumab on well-being in non-systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a propensity score matched cohort study

Joeri W. van Straalen, Sytze de Roock, Gabriella Giancane, Alessandro Consolaro, Marite Rygg, Ellen B. Nordal, Nadina Rubio-Pérez, Marija Jelusic, Jaime De Inocencio, Jelena Vojinovic, Nico M. Wulffraat, Patricia C. J. Bruijning-Verhagen, Nicolino Ruperto & Joost F. Swart
Additional file 5. Results from follow-up measurements for the unmatched cohort.

Additional file 1 of TAK1-inhibitors did not reduce disease burden in a Vκ*MYC model of multiple myeloma

Erling Håland, Ingrid Nyhus Moen, Esten N. Vandsemb & Kristian K. Starheim
Additional file 1: Score sheet for assessment of humane end point.

TAK1-inhibitors did not reduce disease burden in a Vκ*MYC model of multiple myeloma

Erling Håland, Ingrid Nyhus Moen, Esten N. Vandsemb & Kristian K. Starheim
Abstract Objective Multiple myeloma is a haematological malignancy characterized by proliferation of monoclonal plasma cells in the bone marrow. Development of resistance and minimal residual disease remain challenging in the treatment of multiple myeloma. Transforming growth factor-β activated kinase 1 (TAK1) has recently gained attention as a potential drug target in multiple myeloma. This study aimed at determining the in vivo effects of TAK1-inhibitors in a Vκ*MYC multiple myeloma mouse model. Results We treated mice...

Body mass index and incidence of lung cancer in the HUNT study: using observational and Mendelian randomization approaches

Lin Jiang, Yi-Qian Sun, Ben Michael Brumpton, Arnulf Langhammer, Yue Chen & Xiao-Mei Mai
Abstract Background Traditional observational studies have shown an inverse association between body mass index (BMI) and lung cancer risk. Mendelian randomization (MR) analysis using genetic variants as instruments for BMI may clarify the nature of the association. Aims We studied the causal association between BMI and lung cancer incidence using observational and MR approaches. Methods We followed up 62,453 cancer-free Norwegian adults from 1995–97 (HUNT2) until 2017. BMI at baseline in HUNT2 was classified as...

Anxiety and depression symptoms, albuminuria and risk of acute myocardial infarction in the Norwegian HUNT cohort study

Lise Tuset Gustad, Tor Åge Myklebust, Ottar Bjerkeset, Lana J. Williams, Lars Erik Laugsand, Håvard Dalen, Michael Berk & Solfrid Romundstad
Abstract Background Studies suggest increased risk for an outcome in people with joint exposures that share common causal pathways. The objective of this study was to determine the risk of incident acute myocardial infarction (AMI) following exposure to both albuminuria and/or anxiety and depression symptoms. Methods Participants who provided urine samples to the HUNT2 (1995–97) or HUNT3 (2007–2009) surveys were followed until the end of 2016. Albuminuria was measured by Albumin Creatine Ratio (ACR) and...

A phase III, multi-arm multi-stage covariate-adjusted response-adaptive randomized trial to determine optimal early mobility training after stroke (AVERT DOSE)

Julie Bernhardt, Leonid Churilov, Helen Dewey, Geoffrey Donnan, Fiona Ellery, Coralie English, Lan Gao, Kathryn Hayward, Frances Horgan, Bent Indredavik, Hannah Johns, Peter Langhorne, Richard Lindley, Sheila Martins, Md Ali Katijjahbe, Sandy Middleton, Marj Moodie, Jeyaraj Pandian, Brooke Parsons, Thompson Robinson, Velandai Srikanth & Vincent Thijs
Rationale:The evidence base for acute post-stroke rehabilitation is inadequate and global guideline recommendations vary.Aim:To define optimal early mobility intervention regimens for ischemic stroke patients of mild and moderate severity.Hypotheses:Compared with a prespecified reference arm, the optimal dose regimen(s) will result in more participants experiencing little or no disability (mRS 0–2) at 3 months post-stroke (primary), fewer deaths at 3 months, fewer and less severe complications during the intervention period, faster recovery of unassisted walking, and...

sj-docx-1-tec-10.1177_17474930221126592 – Supplemental material for Does implementation of a standardized pathway of stroke care affect functional outcome after stroke?

Elin Bergh, Torunn Askim, Ole Morten Rønning, Jurate Šaltyteė Benth, Hild Fjærtoft & Bente Thommessen
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-tec-10.1177_17474930221126592 for Does implementation of a standardized pathway of stroke care affect functional outcome after stroke? by Elin Bergh, Torunn Askim, Ole Morten Rønning, Jurate Šaltyteė Benth, Hild Fjærtoft and Bente Thommessen in International Journal of Stroke

sj-docx-2-tec-10.1177_17474930221126592 – Supplemental material for Does implementation of a standardized pathway of stroke care affect functional outcome after stroke?

Elin Bergh, Torunn Askim, Ole Morten Rønning, Jurate Šaltyteė Benth, Hild Fjærtoft & Bente Thommessen
Supplemental material, sj-docx-2-tec-10.1177_17474930221126592 for Does implementation of a standardized pathway of stroke care affect functional outcome after stroke? by Elin Bergh, Torunn Askim, Ole Morten Rønning, Jurate Šaltyteė Benth, Hild Fjærtoft and Bente Thommessen in International Journal of Stroke

Does implementation of a standardized pathway of stroke care affect functional outcome after stroke?

Elin Bergh, Torunn Askim, Ole Morten Rønning, Jurate Šaltyteė Benth, Hild Fjærtoft & Bente Thommessen
Background:A stroke care pathway (SCP) was introduced in Norway in 2018. The goal of the pathway was to avoid delay in treatment and diagnostics of acute stroke and to secure treatment according to national guidelines. In this study, we aimed to evaluate how the implementation of the SCP affects outcome after stroke.Methods:We performed a register-based study using data from the Norwegian Stroke Register that covers 87% of acute stroke patients in Norway. Patients included 1...

Supplementary data for \"Immunomodulatory effects of metformin treatment in pregnant women with PCOS\"

Mariell Ryssdal, Eszter Vanky, Live Marie T. Stokkeland, Anders Hagen Jarmund, Bjørg Steinkjer, Tone Shetelig Løvvik, Torfinn Støve Madssen, Ann-Charlotte Iversen & Guro F. Giskeødegård
Supplemental data for JCEM.

Additional file 1 of Body mass index and incidence of lung cancer in the HUNT study: using observational and Mendelian randomization approaches

Lin Jiang, Yi-Qian Sun, Ben Michael Brumpton, Arnulf Langhammer, Yue Chen & Xiao-Mei Mai
Additional file 1: Supplementary Table S1. The association of BMI in HUNT2 with incidence of lung cancer overall and different histologic types after excluding the first five years’ follow-up, the HUNT Study, 1995-97 to2017 (N = 59,711). Supplementary Table S2. The associations of BMI in HUNT2 with lung cancer incidence taking account of competing risk due to death, the HUNT Study, 1995-97 to 2017 (N = 62,453). Supplementary Text 1. Analysis using negative control exposure....

Anxiety and depression symptoms, albuminuria and risk of acute myocardial infarction in the Norwegian HUNT cohort study

Lise Tuset Gustad, Tor Åge Myklebust, Ottar Bjerkeset, Lana J. Williams, Lars Erik Laugsand, Håvard Dalen, Michael Berk & Solfrid Romundstad
Abstract Background Studies suggest increased risk for an outcome in people with joint exposures that share common causal pathways. The objective of this study was to determine the risk of incident acute myocardial infarction (AMI) following exposure to both albuminuria and/or anxiety and depression symptoms. Methods Participants who provided urine samples to the HUNT2 (1995–97) or HUNT3 (2007–2009) surveys were followed until the end of 2016. Albuminuria was measured by Albumin Creatine Ratio (ACR) and...

Additional file 1 of Antimicrobial therapy of community-acquired pneumonia during stewardship efforts and a coronavirus pandemic: an observational study

Bjørn Waagsbø, Morten Tranung, Jan Kristian Damås & Lars Heggelund
Supplementary Material 1

Nurses experience increased clinical and organisational competence by working with a medical quality register, RevNatus – a qualitative study

Hilde Bjørngaard, Hege Svean Koksvik, Bente Jakobsen & Kjersti Grønning
Abstract Background RevNatus is a consent-based, nationwide medical quality register that collects data on patients with inflammatory rheumatic diseases during pregnancy and one year postpartum. The entering of data takes place in outpatient clinics in rheumatology wards in hospitals. The aim of this study is to explore how rheumatology nurses experience organizing and working with the medical quality register RevNatus in addition to their normal clinical patient-care tasks. Methods Qualitative focus group interviews and individual...

Additional file 2 of Outcomes and predictors of functioning, mental health, and health-related quality of life in adults born with very low birth weight: a prospective longitudinal cohort study

Arnt Erik Karlsen Wollum, Elias Kjølseth Berdal, Johanne Marie Iversen, Marit S. Indredavik & Kari Anne I. Evensen
Supplementary Material 2

Additional file 1 of Stress in surgical educational environments: a systematic review

Maria Suong Tjønnås, Carmen Guzmán-García, Patricia Sánchez-González, Enrique Javier Gómez, Ignacio Oropesa & Cecilie Våpenstad
Additional file 1: Table S1. Search queries for Scopus, Web of Science, and PubMed. Table containing information about the search queries for Scopus, Web of Science, and PubMed.

Additional file 1 of Stress in surgical educational environments: a systematic review

Maria Suong Tjønnås, Carmen Guzmán-García, Patricia Sánchez-González, Enrique Javier Gómez, Ignacio Oropesa & Cecilie Våpenstad
Additional file 1: Table S1. Search queries for Scopus, Web of Science, and PubMed. Table containing information about the search queries for Scopus, Web of Science, and PubMed.

Stress in surgical educational environments: a systematic review

Maria Suong Tjønnås, Carmen Guzmán-García, Patricia Sánchez-González, Enrique Javier Gómez, Ignacio Oropesa & Cecilie Våpenstad
Abstract Background The effects of stress on surgical residents and how stress management training can prepare residents to effectively manage stressful situations is a relevant topic. This systematic review aimed to analyze the literature regarding (1) the current stress monitoring tools and their use in surgical environments, (2) the current methods in surgical stress management training, and (3) how stress affects surgical performance. Methods A search strategy was implemented to retrieve relevant articles from Web...

Additional file 3 of Real-world comparison of the effects of etanercept and adalimumab on well-being in non-systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a propensity score matched cohort study

Joeri W. van Straalen, Sytze de Roock, Gabriella Giancane, Alessandro Consolaro, Marite Rygg, Ellen B. Nordal, Nadina Rubio-Pérez, Marija Jelusic, Jaime De Inocencio, Jelena Vojinovic, Nico M. Wulffraat, Patricia C. J. Bruijning-Verhagen, Nicolino Ruperto & Joost F. Swart
Additional file 3. Extended patient characteristics at baseline.

Additional file 4 of Real-world comparison of the effects of etanercept and adalimumab on well-being in non-systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a propensity score matched cohort study

Joeri W. van Straalen, Sytze de Roock, Gabriella Giancane, Alessandro Consolaro, Marite Rygg, Ellen B. Nordal, Nadina Rubio-Pérez, Marija Jelusic, Jaime De Inocencio, Jelena Vojinovic, Nico M. Wulffraat, Patricia C. J. Bruijning-Verhagen, Nicolino Ruperto & Joost F. Swart
Additional file 4. Stacked histograms of time intervals between start of etanercept/adalimumab therapy and baseline/follow-up measurements.

Additional file 1 of TAK1-inhibitors did not reduce disease burden in a Vκ*MYC model of multiple myeloma

Erling Håland, Ingrid Nyhus Moen, Esten N. Vandsemb & Kristian K. Starheim
Additional file 1: Score sheet for assessment of humane end point.

sj-docx-1-wso-10.1177_17474930221142207 – Supplemental material for A phase III, multi-arm multi-stage covariate-adjusted response-adaptive randomized trial to determine optimal early mobility training after stroke (AVERT DOSE)

Julie Bernhardt, Leonid Churilov, Helen Dewey, Geoffrey Donnan, Fiona Ellery, Coralie English, Lan Gao, Kathryn Hayward, Frances Horgan, Bent Indredavik, Hannah Johns, Peter Langhorne, Richard Lindley, Sheila Martins, Md Ali Katijjahbe, Sandy Middleton, Marj Moodie, Jeyaraj Pandian, Brooke Parsons, Thompson Robinson, Velandai Srikanth & Vincent Thijs
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-wso-10.1177_17474930221142207 for A phase III, multi-arm multi-stage covariate-adjusted response-adaptive randomized trial to determine optimal early mobility training after stroke (AVERT DOSE) by Julie Bernhardt, Leonid Churilov, Helen Dewey, Geoffrey Donnan, Fiona Ellery, Coralie English, Lan Gao, Kathryn Hayward, Frances Horgan, Bent Indredavik, Hannah Johns, Peter Langhorne, Richard Lindley, Sheila Martins, Md Ali Katijjahbe, Sandy Middleton, Marj Moodie, Jeyaraj Pandian, Brooke Parsons, Thompson Robinson, Velandai Srikanth and Vincent Thijs in International Journal of Stroke

sj-docx-1-wso-10.1177_17474930221142207 – Supplemental material for A phase III, multi-arm multi-stage covariate-adjusted response-adaptive randomized trial to determine optimal early mobility training after stroke (AVERT DOSE)

Julie Bernhardt, Leonid Churilov, Helen Dewey, Geoffrey Donnan, Fiona Ellery, Coralie English, Lan Gao, Kathryn Hayward, Frances Horgan, Bent Indredavik, Hannah Johns, Peter Langhorne, Richard Lindley, Sheila Martins, Md Ali Katijjahbe, Sandy Middleton, Marj Moodie, Jeyaraj Pandian, Brooke Parsons, Thompson Robinson, Velandai Srikanth & Vincent Thijs
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-wso-10.1177_17474930221142207 for A phase III, multi-arm multi-stage covariate-adjusted response-adaptive randomized trial to determine optimal early mobility training after stroke (AVERT DOSE) by Julie Bernhardt, Leonid Churilov, Helen Dewey, Geoffrey Donnan, Fiona Ellery, Coralie English, Lan Gao, Kathryn Hayward, Frances Horgan, Bent Indredavik, Hannah Johns, Peter Langhorne, Richard Lindley, Sheila Martins, Md Ali Katijjahbe, Sandy Middleton, Marj Moodie, Jeyaraj Pandian, Brooke Parsons, Thompson Robinson, Velandai Srikanth and Vincent Thijs in International Journal of Stroke

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