Lizette Dijkman

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After angiography, 6 to 24 hours of bedrest is indicated to assure that adequate hemostasis of the femoral artery has been achieved. Recently, a new hemostatic puncture closure device (HPCD) has been developed, which consists of a resorbable polymer anchor, a resorbable suture, a small collagen plug and an 8Fr delivery device. The device is delivered into(More)
Acute or subacute myocardial rupture is a serious and often lethal complication of acute myocardial infarction. The role of an occluded or open culprit coronary artery on the occurrence of this complication is not clear. We therefore reviewed the perfusion status of the infarct-related coronary artery retrospectively in 57 patients who had an initially(More)
BACKGROUND During the past decade, various new treatments have become available for patients with acute myocardial infarction. The effects of these treatment modalities have been studied extensively in selected patient groups. These studies indicate that early diagnosis, risk stratification and prompt initiation of treatment are of crucial importance for(More)
Potato phosphorylase is able to synthesize linear polyglucans from maltoheptaose primers. By coupling maltoheptaose to butane diamine, tris(2-aminoethyl)amine and amine functionalized amine functionalized poly ethyleneglycol (PEG), new primer molecules became available. The resulting di-, triand macro-primers were incubated with potato phosphorylase and(More)
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