Most read articles in October

The most read article in October was Overgaard et al’s comparison of birth outcomes in freestanding midwifery units and obstetric units in Denmark. The article by Holden et al on the costs of prescribing analogue insulin remains highly viewed in second place and McGlade et al’s study of the regional variation in organ donation in the UK received coverage in the UK press.

Rank Author(s) Title
1 Overgaard et al Freestanding midwifery unit versus obstetric unit: a matched cohort study of outcomes in low-risk women
2 Holden et al Evaluation of the incremental cost to the National Health Service of prescribing analogue insulin
3 Lee et al UK stroke incidence, mortality and cardiovascular risk management 1999–2008: time-trend analysis from the General Practice Research Database
4 Bruno et al A survey on self-assessed well-being in a cohort of chronic locked-in syndrome patients: happy majority, miserable minority
5 Heneghan et al Medical-device recalls in the UK and the device-regulation process: retrospective review of safety notices and alerts
6 Apler Citalopram for major depressive disorder in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis of published placebo-controlled trials
7 Vilar Gomez et al Viusid, a nutritional supplement, increases survival and reduces disease progression in HCV-related decompensated cirrhosis: a randomised and controlled trial
8 McGlade et al Regional and temporal variations in organ donation across the UK (secondary analyses of databases)
9 Brett et al A systematic mapping review of effective interventions for communicating with, supporting and providing information to parents of preterm infants
10 Rhon et al A manual physical therapy approach versus subacromial corticosteroid injection for treatment of shoulder impingement syndrome: a protocol for a randomised clinical trial

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