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  • Erasmus MC SkillsLab, Erasmus MC: Facilities
    extensive grade of support in organizing and planning your course during preparations and on the day itself Reception For all your questions about organizing courses and to make reservations Foyer Central foyer for coffee breaks lunch and snacks drinks Operating rooms operating room equipped with 6 workingstations HD laparoscopic instruments smal operating room prepared for using X ray equipped with X ray machine microsurgical operating room equipped with 8 workingstations Conference room 25 30 persons To organize meetings and speeches equipped with comfortable chairs beamer sophisticated audiovisuel system i e to broadcast inter national live cases Dissection rooms This room can be divided into 3 separate rooms Simulators The SkillsLab dispose of modern endoscopic and coagulation equipment Erasmus School of Endoscopy ESE educates practical hands on endoscopic courses Human patient simulator HPS is a fully automatic high fidelity patient simulator specifically designed for training in anesthesia respiratory and critical care SIMENDO simulator for endoscopy Direct to News archive Press releases Mail us Print Linker Menu Course information SkillsLab Organisation Courses Surgical Anatomy Lab Facilities 010 704 0 704 Your feedback About this website Disclaimer Privacy Cookies 2015 Erasmus MC This site uses cookies Read more Accept Help mee onze website

    Original URL path: http://www.erasmusmc.nl/SkillsLab/OrganisationCourses/3721855/?lang=en (2015-12-02)
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  • Erasmus MC : Contact & Accessibility
    text Text 100 Maximize text Speakout the text with ReadSpeaker Contact Accessibility The SkillsLab is situated at the 1st floor of the Faculty building room Ee 120 Please find attached the floor plan with the entrances of the Erasmus MC Follow the signs to entrance 4 or entrance 5 to building Ee On the 3rd floor of the Faculty building Ee you are able to use the red elevators to the 1st floor here you ll see the reception of the SkillsLab Visitors address SkillsLab Roomnr Ee 120 Wytemaweg 80 3015 CN Rotterdam The Netherlands Adress Parking place Westzeedijk 361 3015 AA Rotterdam The Netherlands Follow signs Ingang faculteit entrance faculty building Phone 31 0 10 7038006 Email skillslab erasmusmc nl Direct to News archive Press releases Mail us Print Linker Menu Course information SkillsLab Organisation Courses 010 704 0 704 Your feedback About this website Disclaimer Privacy Cookies 2015 Erasmus MC This site uses cookies Read more Accept Help mee onze website te verbeteren Please help us improve our website Bedankt voor uw bezoek aan www erasmusmc nl U kunt helpen onze online dienstverlening te verbeteren door onze vragenlijst in te vullen ca 7 minuten Uw bijdrage wordt zeer

    Original URL path: http://www.erasmusmc.nl/cs-skillslab/3454344/contactbereikbaarheid?lang=en (2015-12-02)
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  • Erasmus MC : Delaying aggressive treatment for prostate cancer does not result in stress
    recommended My PhD thesis shows that the men who have chosen this approach do not suffer anxiety or stress as a result of their choice even though it would be understandable if they did They are after all living with the knowledge that they have prostate cancer that is not being treated says Lionne Venderbos PhD student at Erasmus MC s department of Urology Venderbos studied 130 Dutch men to determine the incidence of anxiety and stress as a result of this approach For example because they regularly had to await the results of check ups These men completed questionnaires at the start of the watchful waiting approach and 9 and 18 months after their diagnosis Venderbos It was striking that most men experienced little stress at the start as well as at the last survey round In addition they were less anxious about the possible worsening of the disease after 18 months than they were at the start of the study They expressed their confidence in the approach In the end 5 percent of the patients decided to start curative treatment for fear of the disease The PhD student also compared the quality of life of the men who had been following the watchful waiting approach for 5 years to men without prostate cancer and to men who had undergone surgery to remove the prostate or radiation 5 to 10 years earlier This showed that the quality of life of men who had chosen the watchful waiting approach was almost equal to that of men without prostate cancer as there were virtually no differences in physical well being Furthermore these men suffered less from incontinence and their sexual performance was better than that of men who had undergone surgery or radiation Venderbos These unique long term results confirm our

    Original URL path: http://www.erasmusmc.nl/perskamer/archief/2015/5452453/?lang=en (2015-12-02)
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  • Erasmus MC : One in three people will develop diabetes
    researchers were the first in Europe to study the life long risk of diabetes and prediabetes Our data reflect a clear picture of the status in the Netherlands says Symen Ligthart PhD scientist at the department of epidemiology at Erasmus MC and the first author of the article Our study shows that in our Western society one in three people eventually develop diabetes and one in two will ever experience pre diabetes People with pre diabetes have elevated blood sugar levels but are often unaware of this A 45 year old person with pre diabetes has 75 percent life long chance of developing diabetes Ligthart People with obesity and overweight are at greater risk of diabetes but it s important to know that people with a healthy weight are not always in a safe zone In healthy weight people with a BMI less than 25 the risk of developing the disease is still one in five This could be because of hereditary factors or an unhealthy lifestyle The study has further showed that half of the 45 year old diabetes patients eventually require treatment with insulin to reduce the blood sugar level The researchers used data from the Rotterdam Study a long ongoing population based study that is following approximately 15 000 people aged 45 and older living in Rotterdam the Netherlands For this study the researchers analyzed the data from more than 10 000 participants over a period of 14 years These participants did not suffer diabetes or pre diabetes at the start of the study The article is published in the scientific journal Lancet Diabetes Endocrinology and is also available online www thelancet com journals landia article PIIS2213 8587 15 00362 9 abstract Erasmus MC is the largest and most authoritative scientific University Medical Center in the Netherlands

    Original URL path: http://www.erasmusmc.nl/perskamer/archief/2015/5419723/?lang=en (2015-12-02)
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  • Erasmus MC : Rotterdammers enable healthy aging of global population
    diseases such as cardiovascular diseases brain diseases and eye diseases ERGO and the participants have in this way made an important contribution to the health of the global population I am extremely grateful to the participants and researchers for this The study had several highlights in the 20th century Hofman In 1990 Princess Juliana opened the ERGO research center in Ommoord This indicated how important this research was At the time it became clear that the number of older people was increasing and that old age is associated with the onset of serious diseases and that little was known about the causes of these diseases In addition we didn t know how prevalent these diseases were and how they affected the quality of life It has now been shown that the average age is still increasing and that we are healthier for longer before age related diseases affect us In 2005 the MRI room went into operation in the Ommoord Health Center The introduction of an MRI scanner specifically for a population study on site was a world first Since then thousands of scans have been made and we now know for example that dementia causes changes in the brain long before the patient complains of symptoms This is why we will be expanding the study in the coming year to include 5 000 new and especially younger participants We will be doing this because we believe that certain diseases that manifest themselves later in life already show signs at a young age Invitations will be sent to residents aged over 40 in the Ommoord district During the conference researchers will present the results achieved by ERGO What are the main results How will these results benefit the participants And how can we use these results for future generations The

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  • Erasmus MC : Number of radiotherapy sessions for prostate cancer can almost be halved
    method appear to be even better although strictly speaking this has not yet been statistically proven says Incrocci The patients have been monitored for five years Now five years on it has been shown that 77 of the group undergoing the conventional treatment is free of cancer In the group that received the short series 80 is free of cancer A total of 820 patients participated in the study They were divided into two groups One group received the conventional treatment These men underwent radiotherapy five times a week for eight weeks with a dose of 2 Gy The other group underwent radiotherapy three times a week for six weeks with a dose of 3 4 Gy The great advantage for patients is that they will have far fewer hospital visits Having to go to hospital three times a week as opposed to five times and 19 sessions rather than 39 makes all the difference A radiotherapy session is short but people often spend up to half a day in hospital Moreover Incrocci thinks that the care costs can be reduced as more patients can be treated per radiotherapy machine If there are waiting lists these can be shortened Patients receiving the shorter series of radiotherapy treatment had more bowel irritation during the sessions but after three months the researchers found no more differences between this group and the group of men who had received the conventional treatment Incrocci and his fellow researchers are currently preparing an article to be published in a scientific journal The new faster method will then be introduced into Dutch hospitals In addition to Erasmus MC and the Netherlands Cancer Institute Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek LUMC in Leiden Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen Catharina Hospital in Eindhoven Medical Center Haaglanden in The Hague and Radiotherapy

    Original URL path: http://www.erasmusmc.nl/perskamer/archief/2015/5393819/?lang=en (2015-12-02)
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  • Erasmus MC About Erasmus MC: Factsheets
    MC Download here Direct to News archive Press releases Mail us Print Linker Menu About the organization Facts and figures In the society 010 704 0 704 Your feedback About this website Disclaimer Privacy Cookies 2015 Erasmus MC This site uses cookies Read more Accept Help mee onze website te verbeteren Please help us improve our website Bedankt voor uw bezoek aan www erasmusmc nl U kunt helpen onze online

    Original URL path: http://www.erasmusmc.nl/overerasmusmc/publicaties/factsheets/?lang=en (2015-12-02)
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  • Erasmus MC : Press room : Archive
    24 09 2015 Pill against lung cancer more easily absorbed with a coke 03 09 2015 Farm dust protects against asthma and allergies August 30 08 2015 Cancer patients to receive chemotherapy at home 13 08 2015 Newborns health benefits from smoke free environment July 23 07 2015 Sixteen percent of young adults with chronic back complaints have a form of rheumatism 21 07 2015 Dementia avoidable in one in three patients 16 07 2015 Mathematical model major aid in family planning 01 07 2015 New treatment for light intolerance disorder EPP is safe and effective June 24 06 2015 A Novel DNA damage alarm 17 06 2015 Quality colonoscopy crucial for success colorectal cancer screening 15 06 2015 Third of severely myopic employees blind before retirement age 08 06 2015 International transplant surgeons meet at Erasmus MC 04 06 2015 Breast cancer screening 40 mortality reduction May 26 05 2015 Erasmus MC to open temporary Thorax Center 08 05 2015 Measles has long term impact on child mortality 05 05 2015 Erasmus MC is first European ICHOM Strategic Partner April 30 04 2015 Care for intellectually disabled must change 20 04 2015 New technique shows which plaques are harmless March 24 03 2015 Antibiotics prescribed too often for children with fever 20 03 2015 Many children suffer Vitamin D deficiency February 03 02 2015 Face recognition indicative of course of autism 03 02 2015 Postpartum psychosis can be treated effectively January 30 01 2015 Program encouraging women to become professors is successful 22 01 2015 Vitamin D deficiency increases risk of MS attack 20 01 2015 European consortium established to combat infectious disease outbreaks Search value onclick clearSearchField searchNews 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 Linker Menu Archive FAQ Q A s interactions anti cancer drugs and

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