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

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

Full Professor
prof. dr. H.A.H. (Karin) Kaasjager
  • Internal Medicine

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Circulatory Health

Biography

Biography

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 (47)

Ambiguous definitions for baseline serum creatinine affect acute kidney diagnosis at the emergency department

Niemantsverdriet Michael, Khairoun Meriem, El Idrissi Ayman, Koopsen Romy, Hoefer Imo, van Solinge Wouter, Uffen Jan Willem, Bellomo Domenico, Groenestege Wouter Tiel, Kaasjager Karin, Haitjema Saskia dec 2021, In: BMC Nephrology. 22 , p. 1-10

The incidence, mortality and renal outcomes of acute kidney injury in patients with suspected infection at the emergency department

Khairoun Meriem, Uffen Jan Willem, Ocak Gurbey, Koopsen Romy, Haitjema Saskia, Oosterheert Jan Jelrik, Kaasjager Karin dec 2021, In: PLoS ONE. 16 , p. 1-13

Code status documentation at admission in COVID-19 patients:A descriptive cohort study

Briedé Saskia, Van Goor Harriet M.R., De Hond Titus A.P., Van Roeden Sonja E., Staats Judith M., Oosterheert Jan Jelrik, Van Den Bos Frederiek, Kaasjager Karin A.H. 10 nov 2021, In: BMJ Open. 11

Immune checkpoint inhibitor-associated acute kidney injury and mortality:An observational study

Koks Marije S, Ocak Gurbey, Suelmann Britt B M, Hulsbergen-Veelken Cornelia A R, Haitjema Saskia, Vianen Marieke E, Verhaar Marianne C, Kaasjager Karin A H, Khairoun Meriem jun 2021, In: PLoS ONE. 16

The Systemic Immune Response in COVID-19 Is Associated with a Shift to Formyl-Peptide Unresponsive Eosinophils

Koenderman Leo, Siemers Maarten J, van Aalst Corneli, Bongers Suzanne H, Spijkerman Roy, Bindels Bas J J, Giustarini Giulio, van Goor Harriët M R, Kaasjager Karin A H, Vrisekoop Nienke 5 mei 2021, In: Cells. 10 12 p.

Thrombotic Events in COVID-19 Are Associated With a Lower Use of Prophylactic Anticoagulation Before Hospitalization and Followed by Decreases in Platelet Reactivity

Clark Chantal C., Jukema Bernard N., Barendrecht Arjan D., Spanjaard Judith S., Jorritsma Nikita K.N., Smits Simone, de Maat Steven, Seinen Cor W., Verhoef Sandra, Parr Naomi M.J., Sebastian Silvie A.E., Koekman Arnold C., van Wesel Annet C.W., van Goor Harriet M.R., Spijkerman Roy, Bongers Suzanne H., van der Vries Erhard, Nierkens Stefan, Boes Marianne, Koenderman Leo, Kaasjager Karin A.H., Maas Coen, 22 apr 2021, In: Frontiers in medicine. 8 , p. 1-11

Retrospective study on the possible existence of a treatment paradox in sepsis scores in the emergency department

Uffen Jan Willem, Van Goor Harriet, Reitsma Johannes, Oosterheert Jan Jelrik, De Regt Marieke, Kaasjager Karin 11 mrt 2021, In: BMJ Open. 11 , p. e046518

An increase in CD62Ldim neutrophils precedes the development of pulmonary embolisms in COVID-19 patients

Spijkerman Roy, Jorritsma Nikita Kn, Bongers Suzanne H, Bindels Bas Jj, Jukema Bernard N, Hesselink Lillian, Hietbrink Falco, Leenen Luke Ph, van Goor Harriët Mr, Vrisekoop N, Kaasjager Karin Ah, Koenderman Leo, , Cremer Olaf 22 jan 2021, In: Scandinavian Journal of Immunology. 93 8 p.

Can continuous remote vital sign monitoring reduce the number of room visits to patients suspected of COVID-19:A quasi-experimental study

van Goor H M R, Eddahchouri Y, van Loon K, Bredie S J H, Schoonhoven L, Kaasjager H A H, van Goor H 3 jan 2021, In: International Journal of Nursing Studies. 115 , p. 103868

Flow cytometric evaluation of the neutrophil compartment in COVID-19 at hospital presentation:A normal response to an abnormal situation

Spijkerman Roy, Bongers Suzanne H., Bindels Bas J.J., Tinnevelt Gerjen H., Giustarini Giulio, Jorritsma Nikita K.N., Buitenwerf Wiebe, van Spengler Daan E.J., Delemarre Eveline M., Nierkens Stefan, van Goor Harriët M.R., Jansen Jeroen J., Vrisekoop Nienke, Hietbrink Falco, Leenen Luke P.H., Kaasjager Karin A.H., Koenderman Leo, Nijdam Thomas M.P., van de Ven Nils L.M., Verhaegh Remi, Spanjaard Judith S., Verboeket Benjamin W., Laane Duco, van Wessem Karlijn, Mulder Eva, Heijerman Harry, Zabaleta Amely Daza, van den bos Frederiek, Stiphout Feikje, Rademaker Emma, Varkila Meri R.J., Mul Nikki d., Cremer Olaf L., Slooter Arjen, Limper Maarten, van Wijk Femke, Pandit Aridaman, Leavis Helen, Jukema Bernard N., Clark Chantal C., Barendrecht Arjan D., Seinen Cor W., Drost-Verhoef Sandra, Smits Simone, Parr Naomi M.J., Sebastian Sylvie A.E., van der Vries Erhard, Maas Coen, Haitjema Saskia, Hoefer Imo E., jan 2021, In: Journal of Leukocyte Biology. 109 , p. 99-114 16 p.

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