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Additional file 2 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Buur Louise Engelbrecht, Madsen Jens Kristian, Eidemak Inge, Krarup Elizabeth, Lauridsen Thomas Guldager, Taasti Lena Helbo & Finderup Jeanette
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Additional file 5 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Louise Engelbrecht Buur, Jens Kristian Madsen, Inge Eidemak, Elizabeth Krarup, Thomas Guldager Lauridsen, Lena Helbo Taasti & Jeanette Finderup
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Block-Wise Variable Selection for Clustering Via Latent States of Mixture Models

Beomseok Seo, Lin Lin & Jia Li
Mixture modeling is a major paradigm for clustering in statistics. In this article, we develop a new block-wise variable selection method for clustering by exploiting the latent states of the hidden Markov model on variable blocks or the Gaussian mixture model. The variable blocks are formed by depth-first-search on a dendrogram created based on the mutual information between any pair of variables. It is demonstrated that the latent states of the variable blocks together with...

Additional file 3 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Buur Louise Engelbrecht, Madsen Jens Kristian, Eidemak Inge, Krarup Elizabeth, Lauridsen Thomas Guldager, Taasti Lena Helbo & Finderup Jeanette
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Additional file 5 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Buur Louise Engelbrecht, Madsen Jens Kristian, Eidemak Inge, Krarup Elizabeth, Lauridsen Thomas Guldager, Taasti Lena Helbo & Finderup Jeanette
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Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Buur Louise Engelbrecht, Madsen Jens Kristian, Eidemak Inge, Krarup Elizabeth, Lauridsen Thomas Guldager, Taasti Lena Helbo & Finderup Jeanette
Abstract Background Patients with stage 5 chronic kidney disease (CKD5) collaborate with their clinicians when choosing their future treatment modality. Most elderly patients with CKD5 may only have two treatment options: dialysis or conservative kidney management (CKM). The objective of this systematic review was to investigate whether CKM offers a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis for some patients with CKD5. Methods The databases MEDLINE, EMBASE, the Cochrane Library, and CINAHL were...

Block-Wise Variable Selection for Clustering Via Latent States of Mixture Models

Beomseok Seo, Lin Lin & Jia Li
Mixture modeling is a major paradigm for clustering in statistics. In this article, we develop a new block-wise variable selection method for clustering by exploiting the latent states of the hidden Markov model on variable blocks or the Gaussian mixture model. The variable blocks are formed by depth-first-search on a dendrogram created based on the mutual information between any pair of variables. It is demonstrated that the latent states of the variable blocks together with...

Intratumoral expression of CD38 in patients with post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder

Trine Engelbrecht Hybel, Maja Ølholm Vase, Eva Futtrup Maksten, Marie Beck Enemark, Kristina Lystlund Lauridsen, Stephen Hamilton-Dutoit, Claus Andersen, Michael Boe Møller, Søren Schwartz Sørensen, Bente Jespersen, Jan Kampmann, Francesco d’Amore & Maja Ludvigsen
Intratumoral expression of CD38 in patients with post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder

Additional file 2 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Louise Engelbrecht Buur, Jens Kristian Madsen, Inge Eidemak, Elizabeth Krarup, Thomas Guldager Lauridsen, Lena Helbo Taasti & Jeanette Finderup
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Block-wise Variable Selection for Clustering via Latent States of Mixture Models

Beomseok Seo, Lin Lin & Jia Li
Mixture modeling is a major paradigm for clustering in statistics. In this paper, we develop a new block-wise variable selection method for clustering by exploiting the latent states of the hidden Markov model on variable blocks or the Gaussian mixture model. The variable blocks are formed by depth-first-search on a dendrogram created based on the mutual information between any pair of variables. It is demonstrated that the latent states of the variable blocks together with...

Additional file 4 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Louise Engelbrecht Buur, Jens Kristian Madsen, Inge Eidemak, Elizabeth Krarup, Thomas Guldager Lauridsen, Lena Helbo Taasti & Jeanette Finderup
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Effect of patient-reported outcomes as a dialogue-based tool in cancer consultations on patient self-management and health-related quality of life: a clinical, controlled trial

Pernille Christiansen Skovlund, Henriette Vind Thaysen, Henrik Schmidt, Jan Alsner, Niels Henrik Hjollund, Kirsten Lomborg & Berit Kjærside Nielsen
With increased survival among patients with metastatic melanoma and limited time with health care providers, patients are expected to assume a more active role in managing their treatment and care. Activated patients have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to make effective solutions to self-manage health. The use of patient-reported outcomes (PRO) could have the potential to enhance patient activation. However, PRO-based interventions that facilitate an activation in patients with metastatic melanoma are lacking and warranted....

Effect of patient-reported outcomes as a dialogue-based tool in cancer consultations on patient self-management and health-related quality of life: a clinical, controlled trial

Pernille Christiansen Skovlund, Henriette Vind Thaysen, Henrik Schmidt, Jan Alsner, Niels Henrik Hjollund, Kirsten Lomborg & Berit Kjærside Nielsen
With increased survival among patients with metastatic melanoma and limited time with health care providers, patients are expected to assume a more active role in managing their treatment and care. Activated patients have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to make effective solutions to self-manage health. The use of patient-reported outcomes (PRO) could have the potential to enhance patient activation. However, PRO-based interventions that facilitate an activation in patients with metastatic melanoma are lacking and warranted....

Intratumoral expression of CD38 in patients with post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder

Trine Engelbrecht Hybel, Maja Ølholm Vase, Eva Futtrup Maksten, Marie Beck Enemark, Kristina Lystlund Lauridsen, Stephen Hamilton-Dutoit, Claus Andersen, Michael Boe Møller, Søren Schwartz Sørensen, Bente Jespersen, Jan Kampmann, Francesco d’Amore & Maja Ludvigsen
Intratumoral expression of CD38 in patients with post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder

Additional file 3 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Louise Engelbrecht Buur, Jens Kristian Madsen, Inge Eidemak, Elizabeth Krarup, Thomas Guldager Lauridsen, Lena Helbo Taasti & Jeanette Finderup
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Additional file 4 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Buur Louise Engelbrecht, Madsen Jens Kristian, Eidemak Inge, Krarup Elizabeth, Lauridsen Thomas Guldager, Taasti Lena Helbo & Finderup Jeanette
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Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Louise Engelbrecht Buur, Jens Kristian Madsen, Inge Eidemak, Elizabeth Krarup, Thomas Guldager Lauridsen, Lena Helbo Taasti & Jeanette Finderup
Abstract Background Patients with stage 5 chronic kidney disease (CKD5) collaborate with their clinicians when choosing their future treatment modality. Most elderly patients with CKD5 may only have two treatment options: dialysis or conservative kidney management (CKM). The objective of this systematic review was to investigate whether CKM offers a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis for some patients with CKD5. Methods The databases MEDLINE, EMBASE, the Cochrane Library, and CINAHL were...

Additional file 1 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Buur Louise Engelbrecht, Madsen Jens Kristian, Eidemak Inge, Krarup Elizabeth, Lauridsen Thomas Guldager, Taasti Lena Helbo & Finderup Jeanette
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Additional file 1 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Louise Engelbrecht Buur, Jens Kristian Madsen, Inge Eidemak, Elizabeth Krarup, Thomas Guldager Lauridsen, Lena Helbo Taasti & Jeanette Finderup
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  • Aarhus University Hospital
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  • Aarhus University
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  • Rigshospitalet
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  • Aalborg University Hospital
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  • Gentofte Hospital
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  • Zhejiang University
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  • Central South University
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  • Third Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University
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  • Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
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  • Chinese University of Hong Kong
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