In Clinical Medicine, research is conducted that aims to find new treatments, diagnostic methods and preventive measures against diseases. The research covers a wide range of topics, from pregnancy and children - including those born prematurely - to all organs of the healthy and diseased adult body, including psychiatry.
Even several months after COVID-19, one is still at an increased risk of blood clot and bleeding.
Oestrogen may have protective effect against becoming seriously ill and dying in COVID-19, according to study.
Blood tests may enable more accurate diagnosis of ALS at an earlier stage of the disease, according to study.
A medicine that blocks testosterone does not stop COVID-19, as researchers previously had hoped.
People with psychotic or bipolar disorders run higher risk of death from influenza, pneumonia or sepsis.
A combination of types of vaccine really gives better protection than if the second dose is a vector vaccine.
Per Lindqvist is the professor who is driven by his curiosity to understand everything a little better
She is researching heart rate variability in women.
Magnetic camera as a research tool
Sara af Bjerkén is determined to figure out what role noradrenaline has in this context.
“Despite decades of research, we still don’t know exactly what causes the disease.”
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