Direct Impact

Concepts for which REINOUT VAN SCHILFGAARDE has direct influence:

renovascular hypertension
duct obliteration
islet isolation
endovascular repair
roux limb
insulin release
local anesthesia

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which REINOUT VAN SCHILFGAARDE has influence:

renovascular hypertension
epithelioid sarcoma
myofibroblastic differentiation
hepatic extraction
renal arteries
balloon angioplasty
vascular closure staples

Prominent publications by REINOUT VAN SCHILFGAARDE

KOL-Index: 85 BACKGROUND: A new sutureless technique has been introduced clinically to facilitate the process of vascular reconstruction and improve patency. The Vessel Closure System (VCS) is nonpenetrating, creates an elastomeric everted anastomosis, and is easily and reproducibly applied. The objective of this report is to review the published world experience that has accrued regarding these clips ...
Known for
Liabilities | Elastomeric Everted Anastomosis | 61 Original Articles | Potential Problems
KOL-Index: 48 Hypoxia contributes to encapsulated pancreatic islet graft failure. To gain insight into the mechanisms that lead to hypoxia-induced graft failure, encapsulated islet function, vitality, and cell replication were assessed after 2 and 5 days of hypoxic (1% O2) and normoxic (20% O2) culture. The mRNA expression levels of Bcl-2, Bax, inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS), and monocyte ...
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Increased Inos Mrna | Hypoxia-Induced Graft | 2 5 | Higher Proteolytic Activity
KOL-Index: 39 Transplant renal artery stenosis (TRAS) of the main renal artery is one of the most frequent vascular complications in clinical renal transplantation. It may be the cause of hypertension as well as interfere with graft function.
Known for
Frequent Vascular Complications | Transplant Renal Artery Stenosis
KOL-Index: 38 BACKGROUND: Consistent difference in graft survival after renal transplantation has been shown when cadaveric transplants are compared to the living related donor situation, in favor of the latter. Recently, evidence has been put forward that brain death has significant effects on the donor organ quality. In this study, we aimed to assess the relation between brain death-induced hemodynamic ...
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Activation Donor | Progressive Organ Dysfunction | Function Immunogenicity Status | Brain-Dead Rats
KOL-Index: 29 BACKGROUND: The main aim of performing a vascular anastomosis is to achieve maximal patency rates. An important factor to achieve that goal is to minimize damage to the vessel walls. Sutures inevitably induce vascular wall damage, which influences the healing of the anastomosis. Over time, several alternatives to sutures have become available. METHODS: A Medline literature search was ...
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Stents Laser | Welding Techniques | Rings Clips
KOL-Index: 22 INTRODUCTION: A proximal neck of 15 mm length is usually required to allow endovascular repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms (EVAR). Many patients have been refused EVAR due to a short neck. By customising fenestrated grafts to the patients' anatomy, we can offer an endovascular solution, especially for patients who are unsuitable for open repair. METHODS: Eighteen patients were selected for ...
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10 Superior Mesenteric Arteries | Cardiac Complications | Grafts Short | Customised Fenestrated Model
KOL-Index: 22 Several aspects of false aneurysm development after prosthetic resconstruction for aortoiliac obstructive disease were studied. For this purpose the long-term results (up to 20 years of follow-up) of 518 patients with implanted arterial prostheses in the aortoiliofemoral tract were retrospectively evaluated. Completeness of follow-up data was 83.2% 15 years after operation. A total of 101 ...
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Term 518 | Femoral Detected | Survivors Aortoiliac | Ultrasonography Chances

Biocompatibility Issues

KOL-Index: 19 The possibility of transplanting cells in immunoprotective membranes for organ replacement dates back to 1933. At that time, Bisceglie (Bisceglie 1933) replaced the endogenous pancreas by transplanting insulin-producing tissue encapsulated in a semipermeable but immunoprotective membrane to study the effects of absence of vascularization on the survival of tissues. It took, however, until ...
KOL-Index: 18 The present study was undertaken to assess surgical risk in 112 severely hypertensive patients with renovascular disease secondary to atherosclerosis. The influence of preoperative risk factors and the surgical procedure on surgical mortality was also investigated. Extrarenal atherosclerosis was present in 51 percent of the patients, and hypertensive target organ damage was present in 66 ...
Known for
Renal Artery Reconstruction | Hypertensive Target Organ Damage | 66 Percent | Simultaneous Aortoiliac Operations
KOL-Index: 17
Known for
Autotransplantation | Canine Pancreatic Segments

Department of Surgery, University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands, NL

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