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ProductsVaccines, In vitro diagnostics
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Temporary change in vaccination programme ends

As from 1 January 2015, Statens Serum Institut will once again supply vaccines to the Danish childhood vaccination programme. Read more...
04-03-2015
With the launch of the HAIBA database, Denmark will have a new, unique tool designed to monitor how many patients are affected...
04-03-2015
As the only laboratory in Europe, Statens Serum Institut now has the T2Candida technique for fast detection of the most common...
25-02-2015
2014 saw a slight decrease in the number of notified cases of chronic hepatitis B. The majority of the infected persons are of...

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HAIBA – Hospital-Acquired Infections dataBAse
Acute and chronic hepatitis B 2014
MRSA - knowledge and advice
Results from the EPI-NEWS user survey
Changed recommendations for tetanus prophylaxis after wound injury
Changed recommendations on adaptation to the Danish childhood vaccination programme

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26-10-2014
Febrile seizures represent a recognized serious adverse event following measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccination. Researchers from S...
10-08-2014
By combining information from the Danish Health registries and biological samples from the Danish National Biobank, researchers at Staten...
13-06-2014
There is a connection between previous consumption of cephalosporin antibiotics and the amount of ESBL bacteria in pigs. At the same time...
22-04-2014
Researchers from Statens Serum Institut report in a nationwide cohort study that the hereditary muscle disease Myotonic Dystrophy can als...

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