Jantine Röttgering

Jantine Röttgering
Amsterdam University Medical Center | VUmc · Department of Medical Psychology

Master of Science

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Background Even though fatigue is one of the most prevalent and burdensome symptoms in patients with glioma, its etiology and determinants are still poorly understood. We aimed to identify which demographic, tumor- and treatment-related characteristics and patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) are associated with or are predictors of fatigue in...
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Background Protocols for assessment of (neuro)psychological outcomes in lower-grade glioma patients vary between hospitals. This potentially complicates generalization of these outcomes. We compared standardized scores on tests of two frequently impaired cognitive domains (attention and executive functioning (EF)), and two relevant patient-reported...
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Background Glioma patients often experience cognitive problems, which are associated with decreased functional independence and health-related quality of life. However, the prevalence and nature of cognitive impairment in these patients is relatively underreported, particularly during stable disease. In this study we determine the prevalence of cog...
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Background Even though fatigue is one of the most prevalent and burdensome symptoms in patients with glioma, its etiology and determinants are still poorly understood. We aimed to identify which demographic, tumor- and treatment-related characteristics and patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) are associated with or are predictors of fatigue in...
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Background: Cannabinoids have been suggested to alleviate frequently experienced symptoms of reduced mental well-being such as anxiety and depression. Mental well-being is an important subdomain of health-related quality of life (HRQoL). Reducing symptoms and maintaining HRQoL are particularly important in malignant primary brain tumor patients, as...
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Background Fatigue is the most frequent and burdensome symptom of patients with diffuse glioma. It is closely linked to decreased health-related quality of life and symptoms such as depression and sleep disturbances. Currently, there is no evidence-based treatment that targets severe fatigue in patients with brain tumours. Cognitive behavioural the...
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Background: Glioma patients experience a multitude of symptoms, impacting health-related quality of life. We aimed to assess frequency and burden of patient-reported symptoms in glioma patients with stable disease and whether patients would consider treatment. We also explored how symptoms co-occur and interact within a network.Methods: Patients ra...
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BACKGROUND Patients with diffuse glioma experience many tumor- and treatment-related symptoms, including fatigue, cognitive deficits, and anxiety. It remains unclear how the frequency and burden of these symptoms change over time and specifically which symptoms patients experience during the stable phase of the disease. We assessed the frequency an...
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BACKGROUND Glioma patients experience a high symptom burden contributing to poorer quality of life. Symptoms include depression, cognitive impairment, and fatigue and vary throughout the disease. These symptoms are rarely studied from a comprehensive perspective, while their interdependence may be relevant for their development, perpetuation, and u...
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BACKGROUND Gliomas are primary brain tumors with a dismal prognosis. Reducing symptoms and maintaining quality of life (QoL) are main treatment aims in glioma patients. Mental well-being is an important subdomain of QoL. Cannabinoids have been suggested to alleviate frequently experienced symptoms of reduced mental well-being such as anxiety or dep...
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Importance Hyperoxemia may increase organ dysfunction in critically ill patients, but optimal oxygenation targets are unknown. Objective To determine whether a low-normal Pao2 target compared with a high-normal target reduces organ dysfunction in critically ill patients with systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS). Design, Setting, and Par...
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Objective In the context of an ongoing debate on the potential risks of hypoxemia and hyperoxemia, it seems prudent to maintain the partial arterial oxygen pressure (PaO 2 ) in a physiological range during administration of supplemental oxygen. The PaO 2 and peripheral oxygen saturation (SpO 2 ) are closely related and both are used to monitor oxyg...
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Background: Clostridium tetani is a gram-positive spore-forming bacterium that produces toxins and grows under anaerobic conditions. Infections with this bacterium can lead to local or generalised forms of tetanus. Case description: An 83-year-old man presented to the acute cardiac care unit with a painful left arm and jaw. Because the patient h...
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Introduction: Shock is characterized by micro- and macrovascular flow impairment contributing to acute kidney injury (AKI). Routine monitoring of the circulation regards the macrocirculation but not the renal circulation which can be assessed with Doppler ultrasound as renal resistive index (RRI). RRI reflects resistance to flow. High RRI predicts...
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Background Acute kidney injury (AKI) complicates shock. Diagnosis is based on rising creatinine, a late phenomenon. Intrarenal vasoconstriction occurs earlier. Measuring flow resistance in the renal circulation, Renal Resistive Index (RRI), could become part of vital organ function assessment using Doppler ultrasound. Our aim was to determine wheth...
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ROC curves of seven most significant univariate predictors of AKI stage 2 and 3. (TIF)
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Multivariate regression analysis for AKI stage 2 and 3 including pre-admission eGFR. Chronic renal insufficiency is an important risk factor for AKI. On request of the reviewer, we therefore performed an additional multivariate analysis including pre-admission eGFR (as measured with the CKD EPI method) in addition to the most significant other vari...

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