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  • [Representation of Social Determinants of Health in German Medical Education]. [Journal Article]
    Gesundheitswesen 2019Hommes F, Drees S, … Stratil J
  • CONCLUSIONS: A stronger and more explicit representation of SDH during medical education could help to prepare the new health workforce for current and future challenges in our globalised world. The current reform process of the National Competency-Based Catalogue of Learning Objectives for Medicine should strive to fill the gaps, e. g. by putting more emphasis on aspects of poverty and health, health inequalities and issues of access to healthcare.
  • Peripheral Neuropathies in Infectious Diseases. [Journal Article]
    Semin Neurol 2019; 39(5):640-650Anand P, Kharal GA, … Venna N
  • Peripheral nerve disorders may be the presenting manifestation of a systemic infection, and early recognition of these syndromes is essential for prompt diagnosis and treatment. Mechanisms associated with infectious disorders of the peripheral nerve are often complex and multiple, with secondary inflammation, direct infectious invasion of nerves, and toxicities of antimicrobial medications playin…
  • A Thrombin-Activatable Factor X Variant Corrects Hemostasis in a Mouse Model for Hemophilia A. [Journal Article]
    Thromb Haemost 2019Muczynski V, Verhenne S, … Christophe OD
  • Engineered recombinant factor X (FX) variants represent a promising strategy to bypass the tenase complex and restore hemostasis in hemophilia patients. Previously, a thrombin-activatable FX variant with fibrinopeptide-A replacing the activation peptide (FX-delAP/FpA) has been described in this regard. Here we show that FX-delAP/FpA is characterized by a sixfold shorter circulatory half-life comp…
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