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Toet, Rowan (author)
Cardiothoracic surgery is a common treatment for cardiovascular diseases. Patients are admitted to the ICU after cardiothoracic surgery for continuous monitoring to prevent or treat postoperative complications as much and as soon as possible. One of these complications is the development of circulatory shock. It is likely caused by one or a...
master thesis 2023
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Koot, Veerle (author)
The healthcare sector uses a lot of on single use medical products, causing large amounts of CO₂ emissions and excessive amounts of waste. This project contributes to a circular Intensive Care Unit (ICU) by investigating the barriers and possible solutions for a transition from single use video laryngoscopes (VL) to (partly) reusable ones, in...
master thesis 2022
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Formsma, Bart (author)
<b>Introduction</b> Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a leading cause of childhood morbidity, disability and mortality worldwide. In the treatment of TBI, neuromonitoring is essential to prevent secondary neurological damage. However, the use of neuromonitoring and specifically therapeutic targets is currently limited evidence-based.<br/><b...
master thesis 2022
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van Osch, Floor (author)
Design for product care focusses on stimulating users to prevent early obsolescence of products, which is particularly valuable for electronic household products. One product care strategy is to create attachment and therefore care motivation by strengthening the product-user relationship.<br/>Currently, these strategies lack practicable design...
master thesis 2022
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Raaijmakers, Eileen (author)
Many people living in low-middle-income countries (LMICs) are affected by injuries that develop into chronic wounds and, without adequate treatment, may lead to disabilities or even cause death. Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) is currently a highly suitable manner to treat complex and chronic wounds. NPWT uses controlled negative pressure...
master thesis 2022
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Li, S. (author)
In response to the pressing demand for elderly care, care robots, the robots used by care receivers and/or caregivers for care purposes in various settings, such as hospitals, nursing homes, and personal residences were introduced and have been gaining traction as a technological solution to improve care quality and to enhance the value of...
doctoral thesis 2022
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van Houwelingen, Eva (author)
The intensive care unit (ICU) is a dehumanizing technical environment causing complications that are all captured in the term post-intensive-care syndrome (PICS). The patient’s well-being could be improved by moving away from this hostile environment toward more patient-centred care. Therefore this report explores how to improve the daily ICU...
master thesis 2022
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Blok, Jacqueline (author)
Eating disorders are a growing problem in the Netherlands. Eating disorders are most prevalent among young adults between 18 and 30 years old and, on average, go undiagnosed for four years. There is no single cause for eating disorders, and are often accompanied by other mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety. Because of the complexity,...
master thesis 2022
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Raeis Ghanavati, Parastou (author)
The number of cardiac patients (people with heart problems) is growing all the time. Given that any person who encounters a cardiac condition should undergo cardiac rehabilitation (CR), a program to rehabilitate the heart and learn to manage it in daily life, it is expected that the health system will also grow exponentially in order to meet the...
master thesis 2022
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van Tilburg, Violet (author)
This thesis is initiated by the Reinier Haga Orthopaedic Centre (RHOC) and shows the creation of a patient-centred healthcare network for orthopaedic hand and wrist care. A healthcare network can be defined as a group of interconnected stakeholders that directly or indirectly influence the patient’s care. In this project, the involved...
master thesis 2022
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LONG, TINGWEI (author)
Supportive care, regardless of its diversity or who provides it, aims to enhance and preserve the quality of life and independence and to empower and optimize well-being (Fitch, 2008). We can see that digital health can benefit supportive care by empowering users, providing more accessible support, and encouraging self-management. However, the...
master thesis 2022
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Klein Kranenbarg, Kyra (author)
master thesis 2022
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Haddouti, Mariem (author)
master thesis 2022
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Andriessen, Mirthe (author)
The Graduation Studio of Interiors Buildings Cities (2021-2022) investigates the possible future of the National Bank of Belgium, located in the city of Brussels. The bank as a collective system has been recently scrutinized due to persistent climate change. As Brussels is working towards a Doughnut Economy Model, the National Bank of Belgium...
master thesis 2022
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van Os, Rens (author)
This study and design explores the possibilities and opportunities of multi-generational co-living for elderly in need of care, within an ageing society like The Netherlands. Younger and older generations are proven to have mutual benefits with each other; mentally, socially and therefore physically as well. Co-living of elderly together with...
master thesis 2022
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van de Kamp, Jan Bart (author)
The number of elderly is growing rapidly. Different societal problems that already exist will continue to grow if nothing changes in policy, like a shortage of care staff, a shortage in housing, loneliness among elderly and other problems. Facilitating intergenerational reciprocity can contribute by adressing these problems and offering a...
master thesis 2022
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Tziourrou, Patrisia (author)
The Cyprus island(s) of 2022 is divided into the North and South sides, on the Turkish and Greek sides, since the war of 1974. 47 years of an intentional post-conflict (bio)political process of erasure of the pre-war shared identity between Orthodox and Muslims that leads to a series of critical socio-cultural and environmental conditions. In...
master thesis 2022
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Kempa, Nina (author)
Context<br/><br/>The studio’s site is located in Boschstraatkwartier, in Maastricht. Historically, the city was strongly connected with industry, however during the last decades, it was facing many shifts. The industrial sites are gradually redeveloping, and the society has become more heterogeneous because of the migrants and expats. Its...
master thesis 2022
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Hammerschlag, Linda (author)
There is currently a "crisis of care" in our neoliberal capitalist society in which women are disproportionally affected and experience isolation in their homes trying to take care of their family members. For low-income households, the struggle involves balancing their time to work and also taking enough care of their family. Co-operative...
master thesis 2022
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GUO, Zhuoran (author)
Online searching for healthcare information has gradually become a widely used internet case. Suppose a patient suffers the symptom but is unsure of the action he needs to take, a self-diagnosis tool can help the patient identify the possible conditions and whether this patient needs to seek immediate medical help. However, the accuracy and...
master thesis 2022
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