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Creator: Marita Ziepert

Submitter: René Hänsel

Data file type: ODM Data

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Creator: Marita Ziepert

Submitter: René Hänsel

Data file type: Clinical Data

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Creator: Marita Ziepert

Submitter: René Hänsel

Data file type: Clinical Data

No description specified

Creator: Marita Ziepert

Submitter: René Hänsel

Data file type: ODM Data

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Creator: Marita Ziepert

Submitter: René Hänsel

Data file type: Clinical Data

This data file contains FHIR bundles of allergy intolerance resources, which were used for the evaluation of the PhenoMan.
Originally the allergy intolerance data were generated with Synthea(TM) and truncated to reduce overall size and import times into a HAPI FHIR JPA Server.
Please import the patient resources prior to the allergy intolerances.

This data file contains 563 allergy intolerances.

This data file contains FHIR bundles of condition resources, which were used for the evaluation of the PhenoMan.
Originally the condition data were generated with Synthea(TM) and truncated to reduce overall size and import times into a HAPI FHIR JPA Server.
Please import the patient resources prior to the conditions.

This data file contains 139,763 conditions.

This data file contains FHIR bundles of observation resources, which were used for the evaluation of the PhenoMan.
Originally the observation data were generated with Synthea(TM) and truncated to reduce overall size and import times into a HAPI FHIR JPA Server.
Please import the patient resources prior to the observations.

This data file contains 8,026,380 observations.

This data file contains FHIR bundles of patient resources, which were used for the evaluation of the PhenoMan.
Originally the patient data were generated with Synthea(TM) and truncated to reduce overall size and import times into a HAPI FHIR JPA Server.

This data file contains 66,018 patients.

BACKGROUND: The PHQ-15 is widely used as an open access screening instrument for somatic symptoms in different health care settings. The objectives of the study were to contribute to the construct validity and to generate normative data for the PHQ-15. METHODS: The survey was conducted in the general population in Germany from August 2011 to November 2014 (n=9250). All participants underwent an extensive core assessment including a set of questionnaires. RESULTS: Men reported significantly less
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Creator: Andreas Hinz

Submitter: René Hänsel

Data file type: Clinical Data

A total of 2695 individuals (age 40-79 years, 48% men) without prior diagnosis of diabetes and complete measurement of HbA1c, FPG, 2 h-PG and urine albumin-creatinine ratio (UACR) were taken from a large population-based epidemiological study in the City of Leipzig, Germany.

Diabetes screening strategies using glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) as first-instance diagnostic parameter may cause failure to detect individuals with abnormal glucose regulation and possible signs of microvascular complications
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Creator: Christoph Engel

Submitter: René Hänsel

Data file type: Clinical Data

BACKGROUND: The Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) is frequently used to assess sleep problems in patients. The aim of this study was to provide reference values for this questionnaire, to test psychometric properties, and to analyze associations with psychological, sociodemographic, and behavioral factors. METHODS: A German community sample comprising 9284 adult residents (aged 18-80 years) was surveyed using the PSQI and several other questionnaires. RESULTS: According to the generally
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Creator: Andreas Hinz

Submitter: René Hänsel

Data file type: Not specified

SNP summary statistics for three PWV modes (baPWV, cfPWV, bfPWV) - all samples. Adjusted for sex, age, log(SYS).

Creator: Michael Rode

Submitter: Michael Rode

Data file type: Not specified

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