Dr. R.J. Vos

Dr. R.J. (Roemer) Vos is cardiothoracaal chirurg en sinds maart 2022 werkzaam in het Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum.

De opleiding tot cardiothoracaal chirurg volgde hij in het St. Antonius Ziekenhuis te Nieuwegein. In 2021 promoveerde hij op het onderwerp ‘prevention and treatment of deep sternal wound infection after cardiac surgery’ aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam.

Top-cited publications

31 times cited (±3/year) Source: Scopus

Interactive cardiovascular and thoracic surgery, Volume 14, Issue 1, 16 3 2011, Pages 17-21 Vacuum-assisted closure of post-sternotomy mediastinitis as compared to open packing. Vos RJ, Yilmaz A, Sonker U, Kelder JC, Kloppenburg GT. Abstract


18 times cited (±2/year) Source: Scopus

European journal of cardio-thoracic surgery : official journal of the European Association for Cardio-thoracic Surgery, Volume 42, Issue 4, 10 2 2012, Pages e53-7 Primary closure using Redon drains vs vacuum-assisted closure in post-sternotomy mediastinitis. Vos RJ, Yilmaz A, Sonker U, Kelder JC, Kloppenburg GT. Abstract


8 times cited (±1/year) Source: Scopus

The Thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon, Volume 65, Issue 4, 13 2 2016, Pages 338-342 Titanium Plate Fixation versus Conventional Closure for Sternal Dehiscence after Cardiac Surgery. Vos RJ, Jongbloed L, Sonker U, Kloppenburg GTL. Abstract


Most recent publications

01 May 2022

European journal of cardio-thoracic surgery : official journal of the European Association for Cardio-thoracic Surgery, Volume 61, Issue 5, 1 1 2022, Pages 1135-1141 Application of local gentamicin in the treatment of deep sternal wound infection: a randomized controlled trial. Vos RJ, van Putte BP, de Mol BAJM, Hoogewerf M, Mandigers TJ, Kloppenburg GTL. Abstract


22 Mar 2021

Access microbiology, Volume 3, Issue 3, 22 4 2021, Pages 000217 <i>Bartonella quintana</i> as a cause for prosthetic valve endocarditis and post-sternotomy mediastinitis. Plantinga NL, Vos RJ, Georgieva L, Roescher N. Abstract


13 May 2016

The Thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon, Volume 65, Issue 4, 13 2 2016, Pages 338-342 Titanium Plate Fixation versus Conventional Closure for Sternal Dehiscence after Cardiac Surgery. Vos RJ, Jongbloed L, Sonker U, Kloppenburg GTL. Abstract