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Gradel, Kim Oren DBC (Danish Bibliographic Center) ISNI

VIAF ID: 307235836 (Personal)

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Are host characteristics or exposure factors mainly involved in the acquisition of zoonotic Salmonella and Campylobacter coinfection in humans? Wikidata
Assessing Children With Disabilities Using WHO International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health Child and Youth Version Activities and Participation D Codes. Wikidata
Bacteraemia as a result of Campylobacter species: a population-based study of epidemiology and clinical risk factors. Wikidata
[Danish Quality Database for Births]. Wikidata
[Danish Urogynecologic Database]. Wikidata
Does C-reactive protein independently predict mortality in adult community-acquired bacteremia patients with known sepsis severity? Wikidata
Evaluation of a serological Salmonella mix-ELISA for poultry used in a national surveillance programme. Wikidata
Farm disinfectants select for cyclohexane resistance, a marker of multiple antibiotic resistance, in Escherichia coli. Wikidata
High incidence of intravascular focus in nontyphoid Salmonella bacteremia in the age group above 50 years: a population-based study. Wikidata
Hypoalbuminaemia as a marker of trans-capillary leakage in community-acquired bacteraemia patients. Wikidata
Incidence, clinical characteristics and 30-day mortality of enterococcal bacteraemia in Denmark 2006-2009: a population-based cohort study. Wikidata
Increased prescription rate of antibiotics prior to non-typhoid Salmonella infections: a one-year nested case-control study. Wikidata
Increased short- and long-term risk of inflammatory bowel disease after salmonella or campylobacter gastroenteritis. Wikidata
Laboratory heating studies with Salmonella spp. and Escherichia coli in organic matter, with a view to decontamination of poultry houses. Wikidata
Magnitude of bacteraemia is associated with increased mortality in non-typhoid salmonellosis: a one-year follow-up study. Wikidata
Monitoring the efficacy of steam and formaldehyde treatment of naturally Salmonella-infected layer houses. Wikidata
Morbidity and mortality of elderly patients with zoonotic Salmonella and Campylobacter: a population-based study. Wikidata
Non-typhoidal Salmonella and Campylobacter infections among HIV-positive patients in Denmark. Wikidata
The Nordic Five to Fifteen questionnaire could provide the basis for a common neurological disability variable. Wikidata
Patient reported outcome measures in women undergoing surgery for urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse in Denmark, 2006-2011. Wikidata
Possible associations between Salmonella persistence in poultry houses and resistance to commonly used disinfectants and a putative role of mar. Wikidata
Pre-harvest surveillance of Campylobacter and Salmonella in Danish broiler flocks: a 2-year study. Wikidata
Pre-operative use of anti-TNF-α agents and the risk of post-operative complications in patients with ulcerative colitis - a nationwide cohort study. Wikidata
A questionnaire-based, retrospective field study of persistence of Salmonella Enteritidis and Salmonella Typhimurium in Danish broiler houses. Wikidata
Serologic reactions against Salmonella in samples from broiler parent stock with and without preceding colibacillosis: a case-control study. Wikidata
Severity of human non-typhoid salmonellosis as a predictor of short- and long-term mortality. Wikidata
Severity of infection and seasonal variation of non-typhoid Salmonella occurrence in humans. Wikidata
Surface disinfection tests with Salmonella and a putative indicator bacterium, mimicking worst-case scenarios in poultry houses. DBC (Danish Bibliographic Center) Wikidata

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