Anästhesisten sind speziell ausgebildete Fachärzte, die Patienten vor, während und nach einer Operation begleiten und Anästhetika verabreichen (Medikamente, die zu einem Gefühlsverlust führen). Dadurch ist gewährleistet, dass ein Patient keine Schmerzen verspürt.
Als Blutkreislauf bezeichnet man das Strömungssystem, über das das Blut im Körper zirkuliert – angetrieben von der Pumpfunktion des Herzens.
Chemosaturations-Therapie ist ein sicheres und bewährtes Verfahren bei Leberkrebs. Dabei werden hohe Dosen von leistungsstarken Antikrebs-Medikamenten direkt in der Leber freigesetzt und der Rest des Körpers vor Nebenwirkungen, die oftmals mit Krebstherapien einhergehen, geschützt.
Eine Chemotherapie (auch als Chemo bezeichnet) ist eine Art der Krebstherapie, die Medikamente verwendet, um Krebszellen zu zerstören. Da die Medikamente im Blut zirkulieren, können damit Krebszellen im ganzen Körper behandelt werden. Es existieren zahlreiche Chemotherapiemedikamente, die einzeln oder in Kombination verabreicht werden können.
Ein Facharzt, der Krankheiten operativ behandelt.
Die vollständige oder teilweise Unterdrückung des Gallenflüssigkeit-Flusses.
Gallenflüssigkeit ist eine grünlich-gelbe Flüssigkeit, die zur Verdauung von Fetten sowie zum Abtransport von verbrauchten roten Blutkörperchen und bestimmten Giften aus dem Körper notwendig ist. Gallenflüssigkeit wird in der Leber produziert und in der Gallenblase gespeichert.
Ein Gastroenterologe ist ein Arzt, der auf die Behandlung von Erkrankungen des Verdauungssystems, einschließlich der Leber, spezialisiert ist.
Hepatisch bezieht sich auf alles, was mit der Leber zu tun hat.
INTERVENTIONELLER RADIOLOGE (IR):
Ein Facharzt, der sich auf minimal-invasive Behandlungen spezialisiert hat, zu deren Durchführung bildgebende Verfahren (wie z.B. Röntgen, Ultraschall, MRT) benötigt werden.
Der Kardiotechniker ist Bestandteil des OP-Teams und arbeitet eng mit Chirurgen und anderem medizinischen Personal zusammen. Er ist verantwortlich für die Auswahl und Steuerung der Systeme, die für chirurgische Verfahren (wie z. B. Chemosaturations-Therapie) notwendig sind.
Katheter sind kleine Kunststoff-Röhrchen, die in den Körper eingeführt werden können, um Krankheiten zu behandeln oder einen chirurgischen Eingriff durchzuführen.
Die Leber ist das zweitgrößte Organ im Körper. Sie ist ca. 20 cm lang und wiegt ca. 1,5 kg. Die Leber hilft, das Blut zu reinigen und Nahrung zu verdauen. Sie ist ein für die Gesundheit unverzichtbares Organ.
Versorgt die Leber mit Blut.
Die Lymphgefäße sind Strukturen des Lymphsystems, das Flüssigkeit aus Gewebe abtransportiert. Lymphgefäße ähneln Blutgefäßen, jedoch transportieren sie kein Blut. Die von den Lymphgefäßen transportierte Flüssigkeit wird als Lymphflüssigkeit bezeichnet. Sie ist eine klare Flüssigkeit, die aus dem Blutplasma entsteht.
Krebs, der an anderer Stelle im Körper beginnt und sich auf die Leber ausbreitet (Beispiel: Melanome, Kolorektal- und Brustkrebs).
Krebs, der in der Leber beginnt (Beispiel: hepatozelluläres Karzinom und Gallengangskarzinom)
Ein Facharzt, der Krebserkrankungen mit Hilfe der Strahlentherapie behandelt.
Mit „regional“ wird die Konzentration auf ein einziges Organ bezeichnet, z. B. die Leber, ohne Auswirkung auf andere Organe.
Die Strahlen- oder Radiotherapie wird als Bestandteil der Krebstherapie zur Kontrolle oder zum Abtöten bösartiger Zellen eingesetzt. Sie verwendet eine hochenergetische Strahlung, um Tumoren zu schrumpfen und Krebszellen abzutöten. Die Strahlentherapie kann bei einigen Krebsarten zur Heilung führen, sofern sich diese auf einen Bereich des Körpers konzentrieren.
Systemisch bedeutet, dass der gesamte Körper oder zumindest mehrere Organsysteme betroffen sind. Dies steht im Gegensatz zu örtlich begrenzt oder lokal. Eine systemische Verabreichung von Medikamenten bezeichnet einen Verabreichungsweg, bei dem der gesamte Körper betroffen ist.
Dies ist eine minimal-invasive Operationsmethode zur Behandlung von soliden Tumoren. Es werden spezielle Sonden verwendet, um Krebs ohne eine reguläre Operation „zu verbrennen” oder „einzufrieren”.
Die Tumorembolisation ist ein Verfahren, bei dem die Blutversorgung von Krebszellen unterbunden wird, um deren Reduzierung oder den vollständigen Zelltod herbeizuführen. Bei der Embolisation werden Substanzen injiziert, um den Blutfluss zu Krebszellen in der Leber zu blockieren oder zu reduzieren.
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From time to time, we may also share personal data or non-personally identifiable information with third-parties that we have engaged to perform certain services in connection with the operation of certain aspects of the Sites, including to customize, deliver, measure, analyse, improve and support our services, content, advertising and layout, your interaction with those aspects, and to deliver more relevant messages and advertisements to you. These third-party service providers are authorised to use personal data or non-personally identifiable information only as needed to perform their functions on our behalf and are required to maintain the security of your personal data.
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From time to time we may enter into licensing agreements with International Companies to sell and market our product in various jurisdictions. We may share your name, gender, business title, business email address, business phone number, fax number, details of research interests, details concerning usage of our product as well as details concerning interactions with Delcath representatives with the licensee.
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We will implement appropriate measures to ensure that your personal data remains protected and secure when it is transferred outside of the EEA, in accordance with applicable data protection and privacy laws. Because the United States and other countries that have not received an “adequacy finding” regarding their privacy laws from the European Commission, and except as set forth above, Delcath may rely on derogations in Article 49 of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 to transfer your information to those countries.
The period for which we retain information varies according to the use of that information. In some cases, there are legal requirements to keep data for a minimum period of time. Unless specific legal requirements dictate otherwise, we will retain personal data in accordance with our Data Retention Policy and for:
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We do not currently allow children under the Age of Consent to register for, or participate in, contests or promotions on these Sites. However, if the parent or guardian of a child under the Age of Consent believes that their child has provided us with personally identifiable information, that parent or guardian should contact us if they want this information deleted from our systems. If Delcath obtains knowledge that it has personally identifiable information about a child under the Age of Consent in retrievable form in its files, we will delete that information from our existing files. In addition, anyone under 18 years of age should seek their parent’s or guardian’s permission prior to using or disclosing any personal data on these Sites.
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Security and testing are performed on systems containing personal data to verify control effectiveness. Security of these systems are monitored continuously.
While we have procedures and security features in place to keep the data secure once we receive it, the transmission to us of information via the internet or mobile phone network connection may not be completely secure and any transmission is at your own risk.
This Notice will be reviewed and updated from time to time to consider changes in the law and the experience of the notice in practice. Any and all changes will be advised to website users and, if necessary, we will obtain your consent prior to applying any changes to any personal data collected from you prior to the date the change becomes effective. Your continued use of our Sites after such changes will be subject to the then-current notice. We encourage you to periodically review this Notice to stay informed about how we collect, use, and disclose personal data.
If you have questions about this Notice or our treatment of the information provided to us, please contact us at:
For EEA citizens:
Delcath Systems Limited
Mervue Business Park.
Phone: +353 91 7462000
For non EEA citizens:
Delcath Systems, Inc.
1633 Broadway Suite 22C New York,
NY 10019 U.S.A.
Phone: 212 489-2100
Last Updated: November 5, 2018
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Subject to the foregoing, you must not:
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We may disable any links at any time without notice at our discretion.
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Cookies do not always contain information that personally identifies a user, but personal information that we store about you may be linked to the information stored in and obtained from cookies. When cookies can identify an individual via their device, it is considered personal data.
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