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  • Cost estimation of neonatal intensive care in Greece: The case of Athens maternity hospitals 

    Geitona, M.; Hatzikou, M. (2007)
    This study aimed to estimate the hospitalisation costs for neonatal intensive care and to investigate any discrepancies with reimbursement by the social funds in Greece. The study was based on a prospective selection of ...
  • The economic burden of treating neonates in Intensive Care Units (ICUs) in Greece 

    Geitona, M.; Hatzikou, M.; Hatzistamatiou, Z.; Anastasiadou, A.; Theodoratou, T. D. (2007)
    Background: In a period when a public-private mix in Greece is under consideration and hospital budgets become restrained, economic assessment is important for rational decision making. The study aimed to estimate the ...
  • Leptin in pregnancy 

    Domali, E.; Messinis, I. E. (2002)
    Leptin is a 16-kDa polypeptide, encoded in humans by the LEP gene. This protein is probably involved in the regulation of ovarian function, oocyte maturation and embryo development, and in the implantation process. During ...
  • Relation between leptin and cortisol values in umbilical vessels at normal vaginal delivery 

    Papageorgiou, I.; Messinis, I. E.; Milingos, S.; Boli, A.; Kolios, G.; Seferiadis, K. (2004)
    To study the role of various hormones in the control of fetal leptin secretion during labour, 33 pregnant women with normal singleton term pregnancy were recruited. At the time of spontaneous vaginal delivery, a venous ...