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A test of positive suggestions about side effects as a way of enhancing the analgesic response to NSAIDs

Fernandez, Aurore ; Kirsch, Irving ; Noël, Louis ; Rodondi, Pierre Yves ; Kaptchuk, Ted J. ; Suter, Marc R. ; Décosterd, Isabelle ; Berna, Chantal

In: PLOS ONE, 2019, vol. 14, no. 1, p. e0209851

Side effects are frequent in pharmacological pain management, potentially preceding analgesia and limiting drug tolerability. Discussing side effects is part of informed consent, yet can favor nocebo effects. This study aimed to test whether a positive suggestion regarding side effects, which could act as reminders of the medication having been absorbed, might favor analgesia in a clinical...

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Praxis und Institutionalisierung von Lebensende-Entscheidungen in der Schweiz. Beobachtungen aus sozialethischer Perspektive

In: Entscheidungen am Lebensende. Medizinethische und empirische Forschung im Dialog, 2016, p. 119–140

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Die Rationierungsdiskussion in der Schweiz. Beobachtungen aus ethischer Perspektive

Zimmermann-Acklin, Markus

In: DRG und Ethik. Ethische Auswirkungen von ökonomischen Steuerungselementen im Gesundheitswesen, 2011, p. 127–139

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Gesundheit. I. Sozialethisch

Zimmermann, Markus

In: Staatslexikon. Recht, Wirtschaft, Gesellschaft, 2018, vol. 2, p. 1278–1283

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Sterbehilfe und Palliative Care – Überlegungen aus ethischer Sicht

Zimmermann-Acklin, Markus

In: Innovative Palliative Care. Für eine neue Kultur der Pflege, Medizin und Betreuung, 2014, p. 80-92

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Von der Zweiklassenmedizin zur Zweiklassenpflege? Rationierung als pflegeethisches Problem

Zimmermann-Acklin, Markus

In: Handbuch Pflegeethik. Ethisch denken und handeln in den Praxisfeldern der Pflege, 2012, p. 202-215

Auf der Basis einiger Beispiele für pflegerische Leistungsbegrenzungen im Abschnitt 13.1 wird im Abschnitt 13.2 die bestehende Realität im pliziter bzw. ungeregelter Rationierung am Krankenbett als zentrale Problemstellung identifiziert. Aus Gerechtigkeitsgründen sollte die Fra ge im Mittelpunkt stehen, wie sich eine qualitativ hochstehende Ge sundheitsversorgung und Pflege für alle auf die...

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A detailed review on the clinical anatomy of the pectoralis major muscle

Larionov, Alexey ; Yotovski, Peter ; Filgueira, Luis

In: SM Journal of Clinical Anatomy, 2018, vol. 2, no. 3, p. 1015

The pectoralis major is a muscle of the upper limb girdle. This muscle has a unique morphological architectonic and a high rate of clinical applications. However, there is lack of data regarding the morphological and functional interactions of the pectoralis major with other muscle and fascial compartments. According to the applied knowledge, the “Humero-pectoral” morpho-functional...

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Enhancing scientific communication skills: a real-world simulation in a tertiary-level life science class using e-learning technology in biomedical literature perception, reflective review writing on a clinical issue, and self and peer assessments

Eppler, Elisabeth ; Meyer, Jan ; Serowy, Steffen ; Link, Karl ; Pauk, Barbara ; Filgueira, Luis

In: Research in Science Education, 2018, p. -

This educational study aimed to explore the feasibility and acceptance of a literacy exercise adopted from the realworld of scientific publishing in a cell and tissue biology course. For that purpose, a tertiary-level multimodality science course, which integrated a blended learning faculty and student lectures, journal club, and wet laboratory sessions including a research project as well as...

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Regional sociocultural differences as important correlate of physical activity and sedentary behaviour in Swiss preschool children

Leeger-Aschmann, Claudia S. ; Schmutz, Einat A. ; Radtke, Thomas ; Kakebeeke, Tanja H. ; Zysset, Annina E. ; Messerli-Bürgy, Nadine ; Stülb, Kerstin ; Arhab, Amar ; Meyer, Andrea H. ; Munsch, Simone ; Jenni, Oskar G. ; Puder, Jardena J. ; Kriemler, Susi

In: Swiss Medical Weekly, 2016, vol. 146, no. w14377, p. 1-8

QUESTION: Regional differences in physical activity in school-aged children and adults even within one country with the same political and health care system have been observed and could not be explained by sociodemographic or individual variables. We analysed whether such differences were already present in preschool children. METHODS: Swiss children from 84 childcare centres in five cantons...

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Impact of physical activity on energy balance, food intake and choice in normal weight and obese children in the setting of acute social stress : a randomized controlled trial

Horsch, Antje ; Wobmann, Marion ; Kriemler, Susi ; Munsch, Simone ; Borloz, Sylvie ; Balz, Alexandra ; Marques-Vidal, Pedro ; Borghini, Ayala ; Puder, Jardena J.

In: BMC Pediatrics, 2015, vol. 15, no. 12, p. 1-10

Background: Psychological stress negatively influences food intake and food choices, thereby contributing to the development of childhood obesity. Physical activity can also moderate eating behavior and influence calorie intake. However, it is unknown if acute physical activity influences food intake and overall energy balance after acute stress exposure in children. We therefore investigated the...