prof. dr. H.A.H. (Karin) Kaasjager

Full Professor

  • Internal Medicine

prof. dr. H.A.H. (Karin) Kaasjager

Research Programs


Prof dr Karin Kaasjager, trained as a medical doctor and nephrologist-intensivist, is now an acute physician and professor of acute internal medicine. She also is the director of internal medicine residency programme. She and her group actively participate in several (inter)national consortia, in the field of sepsis, trombosis and shared decision making.


Side Activities


    -Lid sectie acute geneeskunde start 2014


    -Bestuursvoorzitter NVIAVG tot 2019, nu lid


    -Lid concilium interne geneeskunde start 2016


    -Hoofdredacteur leerboek acute geneeskunde start 2017


    -Leerboek anamnese en lichamelijk onderzoek start 2017


    -Consortiumlid NFU waardegedreven zorg


    -Voorzitter NVF (nederlands vasculair forum)


    -Instructeur MedicALS en ATLS




Research Output (31)

Inappropriate laboratory testing in internal medicine inpatients:Prevalence, causes and interventions

Vrijsen B. E.L., Naaktgeboren C. A., Vos L. M., van Solinge W. W., Kaasjager H. A.H., ten Berg M. J. 1 mrt 2020, In: Annals of Medicine and Surgery. 51 , p. 48-53 6 p.

The prognostic value of red blood cell distribution width in patients with suspected infection in the emergency department

Uffen Jan Willem, Oomen Patrick, De Regt Marieke, Oosterheert Jan Jelrik, Kaasjager Karin 3 dec 2019, In: BMC Emergency Medicine. 19

Dalteparin and anti-Xa:A complex interplay of therapeutic drug monitoring

van Bergen E D P, Huisman A, Welsing P M J, de Winter M A, Rookmaaker M B, Kaasjager H A H, Nijkeuter M dec 2019, In: Netherlands Journal of Medicine. 77 , p. 360-365 6 p.

Serious gaming in internal medicine education:Do we know best or do we know last?

Van Ooik P. C., Frakking F. N.J., Dankbaar M. E.W., Oosterheert J. J., Kaasjager H. A.H. 1 nov 2019, In: Netherlands Journal of Medicine. 77 , p. 305-309 5 p.

Short-term versus extended anticoagulant treatment for unprovoked venous thromboembolism:A survey on guideline adherence and physicians' considerations

de Winter Maria A., Remme Gabriëlle C.P., Kaasjager Karin (H A.H.)., Nijkeuter Mathilde 1 nov 2019, In: Thrombosis Research. 183 , p. 49-55 7 p.

A quarter of admitted poisoned patients have a mild poisoning and require no treatment:An observational study

Hondebrink L., Rietjens Saskia J., Donker Dirk W., Hunault Claudine C., van den Hengel-Koot Irma, Verputten Pauline M., de Vries Irma, Kaasjager Karin A.H., Dekker D., de Lange Dylan W. 18 mei 2019, In: European journal of internal medicine. 66 , p. 41-47 7 p.

More targeted use of oseltamivir and in-hospital isolation facilities after implementation of a multifaceted strategy including a rapid molecular diagnostic panel for respiratory viruses in immunocompromised adult patients

Vos Laura M, Weehuizen Jesper M, Hoepelman Andy I M, Kaasjager Karin H A H, Riezebos-Brilman Annelies, Oosterheert Jan Jelrik 7 apr 2019, In: Journal of Clinical Virology. 116 , p. 11-17 7 p.

Local Ultrasound-Facilitated Thrombolysis in High-Risk Pulmonary Embolism:First Dutch Experience

de Winter Maria A, Hart Einar A, van den Heuvel Daniel A F, Moelker Adriaan, Lely Rutger J, Kaasjager Karin A H, Stella Pieter R, Chamuleau Steven A J, Kraaijeveld Adriaan O, Nijkeuter Mathilde 12 mrt 2019, In: Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology. 42 , p. 962-969 8 p.

Elastic compression stockings one year after DVT diagnosis:Who might discontinue?

Mol G. C., Dronkers C. E.A., van de Ree M. A., van der Pas S. L., Tegelberg-Stassen M. J.A.M., Sanders F. B.M., Koppen S., de Weerdt O., Koster T., Hovens M. M.C., Kaasjager H. A.H., Brouwer R. E., Kragten E., Schaar C. G., Spiering W., Arnold W. P., Huisman M. V., Klok F. A. 1 jan 2019, In: Thrombosis Research. 173 , p. 35-41 7 p.

Outcome of intoxicated patients admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (TOXIC study)

Van den Hengel-Koot Irma S., Rietjens Saskia J., Dekker Douwe, Kaasjager Karin A. H., de Vries Irma, De Lange Dylan W., Hondebrink Laura jun 2017, In: Clinical Toxicology . 55 , p. 512-512

All Research Output (31)