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02 - Ricerca sui servizi sanitari.


Ambient temperature and kidney function in primary care patients

Schietzel S, Zechmann S, Valeri F, Staudinger M, Cippà P, Seibert J, Senn O, Seeger H

J Nephrol (2023)

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The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the continuity of care for at-risk patients in Swiss primary care settings: A mixed-methods study

Deml MJ, Minnema J, Dubois J, Senn O, Streit S, Rachamin Y, Jungo KT

Social Science & Medicine 298 (2022)

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Prescription Rates, Polypharmacy and Prescriber Variability in Swiss General Practice—A Cross-Sectional Database Study

Rachamin Y, Jäger L, Meier R, Grischott T, Senn T, Burgstaller J, Markun S

Front. Pharmacol., 14 February 2022

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Heart failure epidemiology and treatment in primary care: a retrospective cross-sectional study

Rachamin Y, Meier R, Rosemann T, Flammer A, Chmiel C

ESC Heart Failure. 2020

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Time Trends and Factors Associated with Antibiotic Prescribing in Swiss Primary Care (2008 to 2020)

Martínez N, Di Gangi S, Pichierri G, Neuner-Jehle S, Senn O, Plate A

Antibiotics. 2020;9(11):837

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Trends and between-Physician Variation in Laboratory Testing: A Retrospective Longitudinal Study in General Practice

Schumacher L, Jäger L, Meier R, Rachamin Y, Senn O, Rosemann T, Markun S

J Clin Med. 2020;9(6):1787

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General practitioners’ consultation counts and associated factors in Swiss primary care – A retrospective observational study

Rachamin Y, Meier R, Grischott T, Rosemann T, Markun S

PLoS One. 2019;14(12):e0227280

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Time trends in prostate cancer screening in Swiss primary care (2010 to 2017) – A retrospective study

Zechmann S, Di Gangi S, Kaplan V, Meier R, Rosemann T, Valeri F, Senn O and the FIRE study group

PLoS One. 2019;14(6):e0217879

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