Tamás Kováts
Tamás Kováts
OKFO
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Trends in major lower limb amputation related to peripheral arterial disease in Hungary: a nationwide study (2004–2012)
E Kolossváry, T Ferenci, T Kováts, L Kovács, Z Járai, G Menyhei, K Farkas
European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 50 (1), 78-85, 2015
472015
A nationwide study of the epidemiology of relapsing polychondritis
A Horváth, N Páll, K Molnár, T Kováts, G Surján, T Vicsek, P Pollner
Clinical epidemiology 8, 211, 2016
262016
A pilot ontological model of public health indicators
G Surján, É Szilágyi, T Kováts
Computers in biology and medicine 36 (7-8), 802-816, 2006
142006
Complex clinical pathways of an autoimmune disease
G Palla, N Páll, A Horváth, K Molnár, B Tóth, T Kováts, G Surján, T Vicsek, ...
Journal of Complex Networks 6 (2), 206-214, 2018
62018
Conceptual framework of health indicators: the IDA model.
G Surján, É Szilágyi, T Kováts, G Kincses
Medinfo, 1230-1234, 2004
62004
Lower limb amputations and revascularisation procedures in the Hungarian population: A 14 year retrospective cohort study
E Kolossváry, T Ferenci, T Kováts, L Kovács, Z Szeberin, P Sótonyi, ...
European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 59 (3), 447-456, 2020
52020
Report of the Hungarian Vascular Registry's data of infrarenal aortic aneurysms (2010-2014)
L Hidi, G Menyhei, T Kováts, A Dobai, Z Szeberin
Orvosi hetilap 156 (49), 1991-2002, 2015
32015
Report of the 2013 data of the Hungarian Vascular Registry
Z Szeberin, L Hidi, T Kováts, G Menyhei
Magyar Sebészet (Hungarian Journal of Surgery) 67 (6), 362-371, 2014
32014
Potentials, challenges, and limitations of the analysis of administrative data on vascular limb amputations in health care
E Kolossvary, T Ferenci, T Kovats
Vasa, 2019
22019
Establishment and functioning of the Vascular Registry in Hungary
G Menyhei, G Simó, Z Szeberin, G Bíró, T Kováts
Orvosi hetilap 155 (19), 755-760, 2014
22014
Az Érsebészeti Regiszter működtetése során szerzett tapasztalatok| Establishment and functioning of the Vascular Registry in Hungary
G Menyhei, G Simó, Z Szeberin, G Bíró, T Kováts
Orvosi Hetilap 155 (19), 755-760, 2014
12014
Regional variation of lower limb major amputations on different geographic scales–a Hungarian nationwide study over 13 years
E Kolossváry, T Ferenci, T Kováts, L Kovács, K Farkas, Z Járai
Vasa, 2020
2020
Analysing the risk factors of doxorubicin-associated heart failure by a retrospective study of integrated, nation-wide databases
G Fogarassy, T Kováts, L Hornyák, I Kenessey, G Veress, C Polgár, ...
Orvosi Hetilap 161 (26), 1094-1102, 2020
2020
A doxorubicinkezeléshez kapcsolódó szívelégtelenség kialakulásának rizikótényezői a hazai országos adatbázisok integrált, retrospektív elemzése alapján
G Fogarassy, Á Fogarassyné Vathy, T Kováts, L Hornyák, I Kenessey, ...
Orvosi Hetilap 161 (26), 1094-1102, 2020
2020
Analysis of antipsychotic prescription data and attendance of patients with schizophrenia in the Hungarian health system
Z Makkos, T Kovats, P Gaal
Neuropsychopharmacologia Hungarica: a Magyar Pszichofarmakologiai Egyesulet …, 2019
2019
Contralateral Carotid Occlusion With Sufficient Circle of Willis is not Associated With A Higher Incidence of Neurologic Events During Carotid Endarterectomy Without Shunting
P Banga, A Varga, P Bayerle, Z Miháy, T Kovats, Z Szeberin, P Sótonyi
European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 58 (6), e773-e774, 2019
2019
Corrigendum to ‘Trends in Major Lower Limb Amputations Related to Peripheral Arterial Disease in Hungary. A Nationwide Study (2004–2012).’[European Journal of Vascular …
E Kolossváry, T Ferenci, T Kováts, L Kovács, Z Járai, G Menyhei, K Farkas
European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 58 (5), 783, 2019
2019
Analysis of patient pathways in acute stroke care episodes
I Vassányi, T Kováts, G Surján, Z Nagy
Pannonian Conference on Advances in Information Technology (PCIT 2019), 71, 2019
2019
Betegutak elemzése az akut stroke ellátásban
I Vassányi, T Kováts, G Surján, Z Nagy
Neumann Kollokvium, 2018
2018
Bealth Care Resource Utilization (HCRU) of Head and Neck Cancers (HNC) in Hungary: A Retrospective Cross-Sectional Analysis of the National Healthcare Services Center Database …
A Szűcs, T Kováts, Á Brandtmüller, D Chirovsky, B Nagy, Z Voko
Value in Health 21, S123-S124, 2018
2018
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