Projectenlijst per vakgebied



Hieronder ziet u een lijst van projecten behorende tot een bepaald vakgebied. Gebruik de bovenstaande keuzelijst om projecten van een ander vakgebied te tonen.

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Anaesthetic Biobank of Cerebrospinal Fluid

Researchers
Prof. dr. A.R. Absalom
R. Spanjersberg
C. Tigchelaar

Keywords:
neurobiology biochemie neurotransmitters

Assessment of physical fitness and activity in cardiac surgery patients in relation to cognitive decline and perioperative morbidity [copy]

Researchers
Prof. dr. A.R. Absalom
R. Spanjersberg
Dr. R.C.G. Huet
S.D. Atmosoerodjo
Prof. dr. M. Mariani

Keywords:
cognition and outcome fitness

Brain damage in infants with biliary atresia

Researchers
dr. J.B.F. Hulscher
J.L.M. Bruggink
E.M.W. Kooi

Keywords:
neonates Neonatal outcome liver diseases

Centrale sensitisatie

Researchers
R. Spanjersberg
I. Schuttert
prof. dr. A.P. Wolff

Keywords:
Chronische pijn sensitisatie van het centraal zenuwstelsel QST

Effect of implementing the hypotension prediction index on intra-operative hypotension

Researchers
J.J. Vos
prof. dr. T.W.L. Scheeren
I.N. de Keijzer

Keywords:
anesthesia hypotension hemodynamic monitoring

Exploiting molecular and clinical heterogeneity to personalize sepsis care

Researchers
dr. H.R. Bouma

Keywords:
Sepsis personal medicine online wearables

Hibernation: the natural model of safeguarding organs from damage Winterslaap: het natuurlijke model om organen tegen schade te wapenen

Researchers
Prof. dr. R.H. Henning

Keywords:
transplantation Hibernation organ preservation

Immunological aspects of hibernation as leads in protecting organs from inflammation-induced injury

Researchers
dr. H.R. Bouma
Prof. dr. R.H. Henning
dr. A.M. Strijkstra

Keywords:
Hibernation laboratory animals immune suppression

Neuropathische pijn: objectivering van symptomen

Researchers
No researchers found

Keywords:
MRI neuropathic pain quantitative sensory testing tricyclic antidepressants Anti-epileptics

Onderzoeksproject voor (MD/PhD-)student bij de afdeling Anesthesiologie/Chirurgie: Postoperative cognitive dysfunction

Researchers
No researchers found

Keywords:
surgery anesthesia cognitive function cognitive testing brain

PRO-ING Studie: ‘Patient Reported Outcomes in INGuinal hernia surgery’

Researchers
drs. N. van Veenendaal
dr. J. Lange

Keywords:
Inguinal Hernia Surgery Patient-Reported-Outcomes

Role of anesthetic and analgesic techniques in long-term survival after laparoscopic surgery for colon cancer

Researchers
Dr. D.J. Bosch
Prof. dr. M.M.R.F. Struys

Keywords:
anesthesia

Silent Bleeding: a monitor of intra operative blood loss.

Researchers
prof. dr. T.W.L. Scheeren
Drs. J.P. van den Berg

Keywords:
blood loss

The cerebral oxygenation status during surgical procedures in neonates.

Researchers
Prof. dr. A.R. Absalom
R. Spanjersberg

Keywords:
Anesthesiologie interactie zuurstofsaturatie

The effects of on the rheologic properties and oxygen transport capacity of red blood cells processed by 3 different types of cell savers, and its effects on microcirculatory blood flow and tissue oxygenation in vivo

Researchers
prof. dr. T.W.L. Scheeren
R. Spanjersberg

Keywords:
cell saver coronary artery bypass grafting rheologic and oxygen transport capacity

Tracking fluid challenges during surgery using thoracic impedance cardiography [copy]

Researchers
J.J. Vos
prof. dr. T.W.L. Scheeren
I.N. de Keijzer

Keywords:
anesthesia cardiac output fluid administration, hemodynamic monitoring

Vergelijking van de celite activated clotting time met de ACT-junior activated clotting time bij open hartchirurgie

Researchers
R. Spanjersberg

Keywords:
surgery activated clotting time

Volatile Anesthetic Protection of Renal transplants - 2 (VAPOR-2).

Researchers
R. Spanjersberg
G. Nieuwenhuijs

Keywords:
kidney transplantation anesthesiology biochemie

WALIBI Study: Walking the Isobole of Drug Interactions

Researchers
R. Spanjersberg
Drs. J.P. van den Berg

Keywords:
Farmacologie Drug Interactions

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