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eng Fatigue management in people with multiple sclerosis
Jansa, Jelka
Medicinski vjesnik Vol. 50, No. (Suppl. 1), 2018
Hrčak ID: 200735

Radic, Kresimir; Curkovic, Marko; Bagaric, Dario; Vilibic, Maja; Tomic, Andrea; Zivkovic, Maja
Psychiatria Danubina Vol. 30, No. 1, 2018
Patients with schizophrenia, nowadays chronic, frequently disabling mental disorder, get initial treatment after detection of a psychotic episode, seemingly late, potentially preventable stage of illness. As our knowledge about the nature of schizophrenia and other diseases of the spectrum is growing, so are the early interventions becoming more possible, and it is important to conceptualize the clinical, legal and moral issues emerging with new preventive treatments. Every intervention, especially in pre-clinical population, demands a careful...
Hrčak ID: 195964

hrv Liječenje Krkinim statinima utemeljeno na dokazima u pacijenata u primarnoj i sekundarnoj prevenciji kardiovaskularnih bolesti.
eng Evidence-based therapy with Krka’s statins in patients in primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease.
Brumen, Urben; Grošelj, Mateja; Barbič-Žagar, Breda
Cardiologia Croatica Vol. 10, No. 3-4, 2015
Dokazano je da statini smanjuju kardiovaskularni pobol i smrtnost u primarnoj i sekundarnoj prevenciji kardiovaskularnih bolesti. No liječenje statinima još uvijek nije optimalno jer većina pacijenata ne postiže najveće moguće pozitivne učinke ovakve preventivne strategije. Krka ima širok raspon statina koji su iscrpno testirani. Studije donose jasne i opsežne dokaze o dobrobiti primjene atorvastatina (Atoris®) irosuvastatina (Roswera®) u primarnoj i sekundarnoj prevenciji, uključujući uspješno liječenje ukupnoga lipidnog profila, postizanje ci...
Hrčak ID: 139862

eng Maskne: A New Entity in the COVID-19 Pandemic
Hadžavdić, Ayla; Bukvić Mokos, Zrinka
Acta Dermatovenerologica Croatica Vol. 29, No. 3, 2021
The term “maskne” has been coined during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, designating acne associated with prolonged protective mask-wearing. Maskne is a variant of acne mechanica caused by mask-induced mechanical injury (pressure, friction, and rubbing) and occlusion. The additional factors influencing the onset of maskne include genetics, environmental factors, duration of maskwearing, the type of mask, and previous facial skin disease. The prevalence of maskne is increasing since masks are the most commonly used personal protective equ...
Hrčak ID: 274489

eng Factors Associated with Early Referral for Pediatric Cutaneous Leishmaniasis
Fettahlioglu Karaman, Bilge; Aksungur, Varol; Unal, Ilker; Uzun, Soner
Acta Dermatovenerologica Croatica Vol. 30, No. 2, 2022
ABSTRACT Determinants of early referral to healthcare providers, which may be useful for health policy, have not been investigated in pediatric cutaneous leish-maniasis with multivariate analyses. We aimed to explore determinants of early healthcare seeking in children with cutaneous leishmaniasis. Records of 1115 children with cutaneous leishmaniasis admitted to our hospital in Adana, Turkey were reviewed. Effects of age, sex, residential distance, lesion number, and facio-cervical onset on early referral were evaluated with multivariate logis...
Hrčak ID: 293996

eng Risk factors and protective factors for adolescent substance use
Vučina, Tea; Živčić-Bećirević, Ivanka
Review of psychology Vol. 14, No. 1, 2007
The aim of the research was to examine the possible risk or protective role of the selected individual, school, family and peer variables in adolescent substance use and to determine the differences in the contribution of these groups of variables in explaining adolescent substance use. The study was carried out on a representative sample of 723 high school students from Mostar, 370 girls (51%) and 353 boys (49%), aged 14 to 20 (the mean age 16.77 years). The research included individual, school, family, peer, and socio-demographic variables. H...
Hrčak ID: 20768

eng Epidemiological Characteristics of Brucellosis in Serbia, 1980- 2008
Čekanac, Radovan; Mladenović, Jovan; Ristanović, Elizabeta; Lazić, Srđan
Croatian Medical Journal Vol. 51, No. 4, 2010
Aim To analyze the epidemiological characteristics of human brucellosis in Serbia from 1980 to 2008 and the most important factors affecting its emergence and spread. Methods Public sources of data on brucellosis were used, including official reports of infectious diseases and epidemics, as well as monthly and annual reports of the Serbia and Vojvodina Institutes of Public Health. Results From 1980 through 2008, there were 1521 human brucellosis cases in Serbia. The annual number ranged from 2 in 2000 to 324 in 1991. Infections occurre...
Hrčak ID: 58588

eng How to Prevent and Treat Anysometropic-Amblyopic Child by Contact Lenses
Salopek-Rabatić, Jasminka; Pavan, Josip; Kaštelan, Snježana; Rabatić, Leon
Collegium antropologicum Vol. 37 Supplement 1, No. 1, 2013
Anisometropy as a first step on a way forward future amblyopic child, can be prevent and treat if this condition is recognased on time. Second step is wisdom, right contact lens fit on bothes eyes. As follow, some ortoptic-pleoptic procedures depending on (objective, subjective squinting angle, state of fusion, visus on bothes eyes and separatly each eay and condition of nervus opticus (VEP), normal or absent retinal corespondence, are recomended. There is no limit how old a child is, but best choice and best compliance is age between five and...
Hrčak ID: 102899

eng The Gap Between the Knowledge and Current Practices – a Case of Tobacco Control Programs in Croatia
Čivljak, Marta; Tudor Car, Lorainne; Skara, Silvana; Oreskovic, Stipe
Collegium antropologicum Vol. 39, No. 3, 2015
Despite the availability of numerous evidence-based smoking prevention and cessation programs, many countries are still not implementing these research-proven programs. The primary aim of this paper is to summarize the extent to which evidence-based smoking control programs have been implemented in Croatia over the last two decades. Data from the systematic reviews of the Cochrane Tobacco Addiction Group, which are readily available worldwide, were used as criteria to evaluate whether effective, evidence-based programs have been implemented in...
Hrčak ID: 166388

eng Cardiovascular Diseases, Risk Factors and Barriers in Their Prevention in Croatia
Džakula, Aleksandar; Šogorić, Selma; Polašek, Ozren; Juriša, Adriana; Andrić, Adriana; Radaković, Nikolina; Todorović, Goran
Collegium antropologicum Vol. 33 Supplement 1, No. 1, 2009
Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death in Croatia, with significant regional differences. Despite high mortality rates, high prevalence of various cardiovascular risk factors and well organized public health network, comprehensive system for cardiovascular disease monitoring and interventions does not exist. In this study we analyzed legislation framework and responsibilities of stakeholders relevant for cardiovascular disease surveillance and prevention. According to the international experiences we analyzed characteristics of...
Hrčak ID: 39733