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Use of data-driven methods to search Electronic Health Records (EHRs) in aid of clinical trial recruitment (University of St Andrews, 2022-06-17) - ThesisRecruiting participants into clinical studies is resource-intensive. However, nearly half of the trials fail to recruit enough participants, which lead to early termination or poor power of a study. Digitisation of health ...
(2024-06-14) - ThesisEnterococcus faecium and Enterococcus faecalis are important causes of healthcare-associated infections in immunocompromised patients. Enterococci thrive in modern healthcare settings, being able to resist killing by a ...
(2023-11-28) - ThesisBiliary tract cancers and advanced ovarian cancers are associated with a high mortality rate. Treatment for ovarian cancers have previously consisted of a regimen of intravenous gemcitabine and cisplatin, administered over ...
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An investigation into the clinical and genomic diversity of Human Papillomavirus in invasive disease in Scotland and the implications of new technologies (2023-11-28) - ThesisThis study investigated the prevalence of human papillomavirus (HPV) in different HPV-driven cancers in Scotland, including cervical, oropharyngeal, and anal. The study found that 91.5% of cervical, 55% of oropharyngeal ...