Thomas Clement Truelsen
Affiliation: Aarhus University Hospital
- Trends in stroke incidence. The Copenhagen City Heart StudyT Truelsen
Danish Epidemiology Science Center, Institute of Preventive Medicine, Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark
Stroke 28:1903-7. 1997..After 20 years of intensive antihypertensive treatment the latter could be expected, and we have evaluated the sex-specific temporal trends in stroke incidence using 17 years of follow-up in the Copenhagen City Heart Study...
- Stroke incidence and case fatality in two populations: the Auckland Stroke Study and the Copenhagen City Heart StudyT Truelsen
Danish Epidemiology Science Center, Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark
Neuroepidemiology 17:132-8. 1998..A very high proportion of smokers in CCHS may explain some of the differences in incidence rates in the two populations...
- Amount and type of alcohol and risk of dementia: the Copenhagen City Heart StudyThomas Truelsen
Danish Epidemiology Science Centre at the Institute of Preventive Medicine, Kommunehospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark
Neurology 59:1313-9. 2002..There were 83 subjects diagnosed with dementia and the remaining 1,626 nondemented subjects were included as controls. The two groups were compared with regard to alcohol intake and type of alcohol assessed 15 years before...
- Self-reported stress and risk of stroke: the Copenhagen City Heart StudyThomas Truelsen
Institute of Preventive Medicine, Kommune Hospitalet, Copenhagen K, Denmark
Stroke 34:856-62. 2003..To examine these possibilities, we analyzed the association between self-reported stress frequency and intensity and risk of stroke...
- [Treatment with ACE inhibitors in acute apoplexy]Thomas Clement Truelsen
H:S Bispebjerg Hospital, Neurologisk afdeling
Ugeskr Laeger 166:387-8. 2004
- [Secondary prevention after stroke--lifestyle factors]Thomas Clement Truelsen
Nordsjaellands Hospital, Hillerød, Neurologisk afdeling
Ugeskr Laeger 169:3391-3. 2007..A diet low in salt and fat with a high content of fruit, vegetables, full-corn products and fish is recommended. There is no evidence that a low to moderate alcohol intake is harmful...