Edzard Ernst mostly deals with MEDLINE, Traditional medicine, Alternative medicine, Clinical trial and Adverse effect. His MEDLINE study combines topics in areas such as Physical therapy, Randomized controlled trial, Surgery and Intensive care medicine. His Physical therapy research incorporates elements of Jadad scale, Acupuncture, Massage and Low back pain.
His research in Traditional medicine focuses on subjects like Ginseng, which are connected to Warfarin, Saw palmetto and Hypericum perforatum. Alternative medicine and Family medicine are frequently intertwined in his study. His research in Clinical trial tackles topics such as Placebo which are related to areas like Meta-analysis.
Alternative medicine, Physical therapy, MEDLINE, Traditional medicine and Clinical trial are his primary areas of study. The various areas that he examines in his Alternative medicine study include Systematic review, Family medicine and Intensive care medicine. His Physical therapy research incorporates themes from Massage, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Chiropractic, Randomized controlled trial and Acupuncture.
Internal medicine is closely connected to Placebo in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Randomized controlled trial. His study in Cochrane Library and Evidence-based medicine falls under the purview of MEDLINE. His Traditional medicine study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Adverse effect and Phytotherapy.
Edzard Ernst spends much of his time researching Alternative medicine, Physical therapy, MEDLINE, Randomized controlled trial and Acupuncture. The Alternative medicine study combines topics in areas such as Systematic review, Traditional medicine, Family medicine and Intensive care medicine. His Physical therapy research includes elements of Psychological intervention, Clinical trial, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Jadad scale and Meta-analysis.
His MEDLINE research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Treatment outcome and Adverse effect. His work in Randomized controlled trial tackles topics such as Placebo which are related to areas like Internal medicine and Weight loss. His work carried out in the field of Acupuncture brings together such families of science as Surgery and Protocol.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Physical therapy, MEDLINE, Randomized controlled trial, Alternative medicine and Meta-analysis. In his research on the topic of Physical therapy, Osteoarthritis is strongly related with Clinical trial. His MEDLINE research integrates issues from Acupuncture, Adverse effect and Aromatherapy.
His Randomized controlled trial study also includes fields such as
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Influence of context effects on health outcomes: a systematic review.
Zelda Di Blasi;Elaine Harkness;Edzard Ernst;Amanda Georgiou.
The Lancet (2001)
Fibrinogen as a cardiovascular risk factor: a meta-analysis and review of the literature.
Edzard Ernst;Karl Ludwig Resch.
Annals of Internal Medicine (1993)
Interactions between herbal medicines and prescribed drugs: a systematic review.
Angelo A. Izzo;Edzard Ernst.
Harmless herbs? A review of the recent literature.
The American Journal of Medicine (1998)
Interactions between herbal medicines and prescribed drugs: an updated systematic review.
Angelo A. Izzo;Edzard Ernst.
The BBC survey of complementary medicine use in the UK
E. Ernst;A. White.
Complementary Therapies in Medicine (2000)
Prevalence of use of complementary/alternative medicine: a systematic review.
Bulletin of The World Health Organization (2000)
The risk-benefit profile of commonly used herbal therapies : Ginkgo, St. John's Wort, Ginseng, Echinacea, Saw Palmetto, and Kava
Annals of Internal Medicine (2002)
Toxic heavy metals and undeclared drugs in Asian herbal medicines
Trends in Pharmacological Sciences (2002)
Aloe vera: a systematic review of its clinical effectiveness
B K Vogler;E Ernst.
British Journal of General Practice (1999)
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