Cookies on the website


This is how cookies are used at the website

What's a cookie?

A cookie is a text file that a website or service stores in the user's computer, in order to save information about the user until the next time the user visit the website or uses the service.

Why do we use cookies?

Pulsen uses cookies in order to facilitate the activities of an individual user or to store information that helps develop the website. Information may be used to automatically fill out forms, maintain logged in status of users, or improve accessibility on the site. Cookies are also used to anonymously measure pageviews, visits and other information in our web analysis service.

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The following cookies are used on the website:



  • JSESSIONID: Set by our CMS system Sitevision to identify logged in users, as well as handling functions like surveys and forms.
  • sv-cookie-consent: Set by our CMS system to store cookie consent information.


Necessary cookies are needed in order to have full funcationality on the web site and can not be disabled.




  • _ga, _gid, _gat and sv-google-analytics: Set by Google Analytics in order to measure how the website is used by our visitors.

Analytical cookies give us information on how the web site is used and help us improve the user experience of the site.


Additional cookies may appear in connection with special funktions like video clips or services embedded on the website.

How do I disable cookies?

You can disable all but the necessary cookies in our cookie banner at the top of the site. If you prefer, you can also disable cookies in your web browser's security settings. Disabling cookies may result in a loss of functionality on the Pulsen website.


If you have questions regarding the use of cookies on, please do not hesitate to contact us via e-mail at