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27.07.2022 | main topic

Factors associated with surgical treatment in pediatric intussusception

Intussusception is a common etiology of intestinal obstruction among children < 2 years. The incidence of intussusception is 1–4 per 1000 livebirths [ 1 – 3 ]. Intussusception is more frequent among boys. The etiology of intussusception was found …

Open Access 18.07.2022 | original article

Influence of appropriate emergency department utilization and verbal communication on physicians’ (dis)satisfaction with doctor–patient interactions with special consideration of migrational backgrounds

In recent years, utilization of emergency departments (EDs) has increased continuously, both in Germany and internationally. Inappropriate use of EDs is believed to be partly responsible for this trend. The topic of doctor–patient interaction …

Open Access 06.07.2022 | short communication

Multidisciplinary expert group: communication measures to increase vaccine compliance in adults

The WHO categorized vaccine hesitancy as one of the greatest threats to global health worldwide. Vaccination of elderly persons is of increasing relevance, given that they represent a growing segment in the population and considering the burden …

27.06.2022 | main topic

Hemorrhage after adenotonsillectomy in children: tertiary center experiences

Adenotonsillectomy is one of the most commonly performed surgeries in the pediatric population worldwide [ 1 ]. More than 530,000 children under the age of 15 undergo this type of surgery each year in the United States (US) [ 2 ]. The primary …

23.06.2022 | letter to the editor

Post-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination COVID toes and fingers

Two case reports and a short literature review

COVID toes and fingers, also known as pernio-like lesions or acute pseudoperniones, have been observed in patients infected with SARS-CoV‑2 and in especially young patients without positive serology. It has been discussed that the underlying …

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"From the microscope to clinical application!", Scientists from all European countries make available their recent research results and practical experience through Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift, the renowned English- and German-language forum. Both original articles and reviews on a broad spectrum of clinical and preclinical medicine are presented within the successful framework of thematic issues compiled by guest editors. Selected cutting-edge topics, such as dementia, geriatric oncology, Helicobacter pylori and phytomedicine make the journal a mandatory source of information.

Metadaten
Titel
Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift
Abdeckung
Volume 153/2003 - Volume 172/2022
Verlag
Springer Vienna
Elektronische ISSN
1563-258X
Print ISSN
0043-5341
Zeitschriften-ID
10354
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/10354.1563-258X

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