Annemarie G M G J Mulders

Learn More
BACKGROUND Efficient neuropsychological tests are needed to measure cognitive impairment in moderate to severe dementia. OBJECTIVE To examine construct validity of the Severe Impairment Battery Short Version (SIB-S) in nursing home patients with moderate to severe dementia, and to examine potential floor effects for the SIB-S. METHODS Cross-sectional(More)
INTRODUCTION Gastric acid-related symptoms are highly prevalent in the general population (21-40%), and more than 11% of individuals use medication for the treatment of these symptoms. The uptake of micronutrients is dependent on the gastrointestinal potential of hydrogen (pH). OBJECTIVE We hypothesized that medication affecting gastrointestinal pH(More)
BACKGROUND People with Young Onset Dementia (YOD) have specific needs for care. These people eventually require institutional care, usually delivered by institutions designed for the elderly. The Dutch network of care organizations delivering specialized YOD care offers a unique opportunity to obtain more knowledge of this special population. METHODS Our(More)
A 42-year-old, gravida 1, para 0 woman was induced at a gestational age of 41 weeks because of post-term dates. The fourth stage of delivery was complicated by a massive hemorrhage. The uncontrollable persisting amount of blood loss led to hypovolemic shock and cardiopulmonary arrest. Lifesaving extra access was gained through an intraosseous needle in the(More)
  • 1