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Cardiovascular and metabolic risk in patients with COPD and the effect of exercise training

  • Beijers R.J.H.C.G.
  • NUTRIM School of Nutrition and Translation Research in Metabolism Maastricht University Department of Respiratory Medicine
  • 3 januari 2017
  • 7.2.16.125CO (3.4.12.023)
  • afgerond project

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients are not only characterized with irreversible airflow limitation but also by extrapulmonary manifestations such as cardiovascular disease and skeletal muscle wasting. Two major phenotypic characteristics for the higher cardiovascular and reduced metabolic health in COPD are abdominal obesity and low muscle mass (1). It is unknown if exercise ...

Keyword: COPD Cardiometabolic risk

26th ERS international congress 2016, London

  • Ceelen, J.J.M.
  • NUTRIM School of Nutrition and Translation Research in Metabolism Maastricht University Department: Respiratory medicine
  • 14 november 2016
  • 7.1.16.138CO (3.2.11.036)
  • afgerond project

The goal of the ERS congress is to promote new scientific knowledge and put a spotlight on respiratory research by presenting cutting-edge research alongside informative educational sessions. Oral and poster presentation highlights concerning COPD comorbidities and phenotyping as well as new insights in predicting exacerbations are described below.

Keyword: COPD Penotyping Emphysema

Pulmonary Hemodynamics During Exercise

  • Riel, A.C.J.M. van
  • AMC Amsterdam
  • 23 augustus 2016
  • 7.2.16.100CO
  • afgerond project

Pulmonary hypertension is a well-known complication of many underlying diseases and associated with increased mortality, morbidity and cardiac events(1). By stressing the pulmonary circulation in patients with normal resting hemodynamics, i.e. by using exercise, an abnormal pulmonary vascular response can be detected, which harbours important clinical implications.(2) This abnormal pulmonary va...

Keyword: Pulmonary hypertension echocardiography exertional intolerance

EOS 2016

  • Raaff, de C.A.L., MD
  • OLVG, Amsterdam, Phd candidate
  • 8 augustus 2016
  • 7.2.16.111CO
  • lopend project

Obstructive sleep apnea in bariatric surgery patient June 2016 The European Obesity Summit (EOS) 2016 was held in Gothenburg, Sweden from 1-4 June 2016. This congress provided a scientific program of the highest standard covering (morbid) obesity, accompanying comorbidities, surgical procedures and its outcomes.  

Keyword: Obstructive sleep apnea; Continuous Positive Airway pressure; Bariatric surgery; Polysomnography

Modifiable risk factors for all-cause hospitalization in obstructive lung disease

  • Beijers R.
  • Maastricht University
  • 14 december 2015
  • 7.2.15.071CO (3.4.12.023)
  • afgerond project

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. COPD patients are not only characterized with irreversible airflow limitation but also by extrapulmonary manifestations such as cardiovascular disease, skeletal muscle wasting and osteoporosis. Furthermore, patients with COPD are frequently hospitalized, not only for respiratory reasons but also ...

Keyword: ERS 2015 COPD Cardiovascular and metabolic risk comorbidity

The Pediatric Allergy & Asthma Meeting 2015

  • Wartna, Jorien
  • Erasmus MC
  • 17 november 2015
  • 7.2.15.060CO (3.4.11.049)
  • afgerond project

Keyword: Allergy Asthma Hatsjoe study children

Health status in patients with COPD & care provided in healthcare settings

  • Smid, D.
  • CIRO+
  • 16 november 2015
  • 7.2.15.063CO (3.4.10.015)
  • afgerond project

An impaired health status is a common feature in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) (1, 2). According to the latest Global initiative for chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (GOLD) document, COPD assessment should among other things aim at determining disease severity, including the impact on patient’s health status, in order to guide treatment (3). Validated and stan...

Keyword: COPD health status

Patients with COPD: Home Sweet Home?

  • Nakken, N. M.Sc. movement scientist and occupational therapist
  • CIRO+
  • 16 november 2015
  • 7.2.15.064CO (3.4.12.024)
  • afgerond project

Patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) suffer from many symptoms, like breathlessness and fatigue.(1, 2) They experience problems with activities of daily life (ADLs), which frequently results in care dependency.(3, 4) This incurs heavy utilization of healthcare resources.(5) Therefore, it could be expected that patients need to rely on informal caregivers at some point in t...

Keyword: COPD Home Care

Obstructive sleep apnea in bariatric surgery patients

  • Raaf, de C.A.L.
  • St. Lucas Andreas Ziekenhuis
  • 12 november 2015
  • 7.2.15.047CO
  • afgerond project

The International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and metabolic disorders (IFSO) 20th World Congress was held in Vienna, Austria from 26-29 August 2015. This congress provided a scientific program of the highest standard covering global perspectives of this ever evolving discipline that attends to our modern world epidemic that obesity and metabolic disorders have come to represent.

Keyword: Obstructive sleep apnea; Bariatric surgery; Excess Weight Loss; Quality of Life

EAACI Congress, Barcelona 6-10 June 2015

  • Wartna, J.B
  • Erasmus MC Roterdam
  • 24 september 2015
  • 7.2.15.025CO (3.4.11.049)
  • afgerond project

The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) congress was held in Barcelona from 6 to 10 June 2015. The EAACI is the largest medical association in Europe in the field of allergy and clinical immunology. During this congress I was able to present two posters of the Hatsjoe Study which was funded by the Lung Foundation (3.4.11.046). On these posters I presented the study desig...

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