Publications of Bart Stubenitsky

1. Bioengineered skin allografts: a new method to prevent humoral response.

Brasile L, Glowacki P, Stubenitsky BM.
ASAIO J. 2011 May;57(3):239-43.

2. Factors influencing blood loss and allogeneic blood transfusion practice in craniosynostosis surgery.
van Uitert A, Megens JH, Breugem CC, Stubenitsky BM, Han KS, de Graaff JC.
Paediatr Anaesth. 2011 Dec;21(12):1192-7

3. Pretransplant Kidney-Specific Treatment to Eliminate the Need for Systemic Immunosuppression.
Brasile L, Glowacki P, Castracane J, Stubenitsky BM.
Transplantation. 2010 Dec; 90(12):1294-8

4. Predictive value of weight gain and airway obstruction in isolated robin sequence.
Stubenitsky BM, Taylor HO, Peters D, Kelly C, Harkness M, Forrest C.
Cleft Palate Craniofac J. 2010 Jul;47(4):378-81.

5. University of Toronto Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Fellowship.
Stubenitsky BM.
Ann Plast Surg 2010; 64(4):369.

6. Outcome of velopharyngoplasty in patients with velocardiofacial syndrome.
Widdershoven JC, Stubenitsky BM, Breugem CC, MinkvanderMolen AB.
Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2008 Nov;134(11):1159-64.

7. Improving outcome in meningococcal disease: don’t forget compartment syndrome!
Miedema A, Stubenitsky BM, Jansen NJ, van der Molen AB, van Vught AJ.
Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2008 May;9(3):e20-2.

8. The modified Honig velopharyngoplasty – a new technique to treat hypernasality by palatal lengthening.
Mink van der Molen AB, Janssen K, Specken TF, Stubenitsky BM.
J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2009 May;62(5):646-9. Epub 2008 Jan 31.

9. Delayed skin allograft rejection following matrix membrane pretreatment.
Stubenitsky BM, Brasile L, Rebellato LM, Hawinkels H, Haisch C, Kon M.
J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2009 Apr;62(4):520-5. Epub 2008 Jan 14.

10. Use of tissue expanders in adult postpneumonectomy syndrome.
Macaré van Maurik AF, Stubenitsky BM, van Swieten HA, Duurkens VA, Laban E, Kon M.
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2007 Sep;134(3):608-12.

11. Potential of repairing ischemically damaged kidneys ex vivo.
Brasile L, Stubenitsky B, Haisch CE, Kon M, Kootstra G.
Transplant Proc. 2005 Jan-Feb;37(1):375-6.

12. Repair of damaged organs in vitro.
Brasile L, Stubenitsky BM, Haisch CE, Kon M, Kootstra G.
Am J Transplant. 2005 Feb;5(2):300-6.

13. Verlengde acceptatie van donorhuid na locale immunomodulatie.
Stubenitsky BM, Brasile L, Hawinkels H, Kon M.
NTVG 2004; 148(41): 2052

14. Induction of heme oxygenase-1 in kidneys during ex vivo warm perfusion.
Brasile L, Buelow R, Stubenitsky BM, Kootstra G.
Transplantation. 2003 Oct 27;76(8):1145-9.

15. NOS: the underlying mechanism preserving vascular integrity and during ex vivo warm kidney perfusion.
Brasile L, Stubenitsky BM, Booster MH, Haisch C, Kootstra G.
Am J Transplant. 2003 Jun;3(6):674-9.

16. The potential of repairing organs ex vivo.
Brasile L, Stubenitsky BM, Booster MH, Lindell S, Arenada D, Bradfield J, Haisch C, Kootstra G.
Transplant Proc. 2002 Nov;34(7):2625. No abstract available.

17. Transfection and transgene expression in a human kidney during ex vivo warm perfusion.
Brasile L, Stubenitsky BM, Booster MH, Arenada D, Haisch C, Kootstra G.
Transplant Proc. 2002 Nov;34(7):2624. No abstract available.

18. Hypothermia–a limiting factor in using warm ischemically damaged kidneys.
Brasile L, Stubenitsky BM, Booster MH, Arenada D, Haisch C, Kootstra G.
Am J Transplant. 2001 Nov;1(4):316-20.

19. Letter to the editor- Reply to D’Allesandro and Southard.
Kootstra G, Stubenitsky BM.
AJT 2002; 2: 690

20. Solving the organ shortage: potential strategies and the likelihood of success.
Brasile L, Stubenitsky BM, Kootstra G.
ASAIO J. 2002 May-Jun;48(3):211-5. Review.

21. Overcoming severe renal ischemia: the role of ex vivo warm perfusion.
Brasile L, Stubenitsky BM, Booster MH, Lindell S, Araneda D, Buck C, Bradfield J, Haisch CE, Kootstra G.
Transplantation. 2002 Mar 27;73(6):897-901.

22. The cadaveric kidney and the organ shortage–a perspective review.
Brasile L, Stubenitsky B, Booster M, Kootstra G.
Clin Transplant. 2001 Dec;15(6):369-74. Review.

23. Deletrious effect of prolonged cold ischemia on renal function.
Stubenitsky BM, Brasile L, Booster MH, Haisch CE, Kootstra G.
Transpl Int. 2001 Aug;14(4):256-60.

24. Pretransplantation prognostic testing on damaged kidneys during ex vivo warm perfusion.
Stubenitsky BM, Booster MH, Brasile L, Araneda D, Haisch CE, Kootstra G.
Transplantation. 2001 Mar 27;71(6):716-20.

25. Application of exsanguineous metabolic support to human kidneys.
Brasile L, Stubenitsky B, Booster M, Green E, Haisch C, Kootstra G.
Transplant Proc. 2001 Feb-Mar;33(1-2):964-5.

26. Exsanguinous metabolic support perfusion–a new strategy to improve graft function after kidney transplantation.
Stubenitsky BM, Booster MH, Brasile L, Araneda D, Haisch CE, Kootstra G.
Transplantation. 2000 Oct 27;70(8):1254-8.

27. Potential prognostic indicators of liver function.
Brasile L, Stubenitsky BM, Galouzis T, Cronin D.
Transplant Proc. 2000 Feb;32(1):177-8. No abstract available.

28. Prospective evaluation of renal function.
Stubenitsky BM, Booster MH, Brasile L, Haisch CE, Singh HK, Jacobs RW, Breugelmans AC, Kootstra G.
Transplant Proc. 2000 Feb;32(1):175-6. No abstract available.

29. Evaluation of ex vivo renal function following prolonged cold ischemia.
Brasile L, Stubenitsky BM, Green EM, Haisch CE, Booster MH.
Transplant Proc. 2000 Feb;32(1):40-1. No abstract available.

30. Impact of limited cold ischemia on renal function.
Stubenitsky BM, Booster MH, Brasile L, Green EM, Jacobs RW, Stroosma OB, Kootstra G.
Transplant Proc. 2000 Feb;32(1):38-9. No abstract available.

31. II: Ex vivo viability testing of kidneys after postmortem warm ischemia.
Stubenitsky BM, Booster MM, Brasile L, Green EM, Haisch CE, Singh HK, Jacobs RW, Kootstra G.
ASAIO J. 2000 Jan-Feb;46(1):62-4.

32. I: Negative effect of cold ischemia on initial renal function.
Stubenitsky BM, Booster MH, Brasile L, Green EM, Hermens FH, Stroosma OB, Kootstra G.
ASAIO J. 2000 Jan-Feb;46(1):60-1.

33. Horseshoe kidney transplantation: an overview.
Stroosma OB, Scheltinga MR, Stubenitsky BM, Kootstra G.
Clin Transplant. 2000 Dec;14(6):515-9. Review.

34. The value of dextran 12,000 in ischemically damaged canine kidneys during machine perfusion.
Hermens FH, Kievit JK, Nederstigt AP, Stubenitsky BM, Daemen JH, van Kreel BK, Kootstra G.
Transpl Int. 1999;12(5):372-7.

35. The non-heartbeating donor program.
Jacobs, R, Kievit, J, Nederstigt, A, Stubenitsky, BM,  Kootstra, G.
Nieren und Hochdruckkrankheiten 1999; 28(8): 306-10.

36. Kidney preservation in the next millenium.
Stubenitsky BM, Booster MH, Nederstigt AP, Kievit JK, Jacobs RW, Kootstra G.
Transpl Int. 1999;12(2):83-91. Review.

37. “Non-Heartbeating” nierdonatie.
Nederstigt, A, Kievit, J, Stubenitsky, BM, Kootsrta, G.
Ned Tijdsch Intensive Care 1998; 13: 10-13.

38. Non-heartbeating donors: are they worth the effort?
Jacobs RW, Kievit JK, Nederstigt AP, Stubenitsky BM, Kootstra G.
Curr Opin Nephrol Hypertens. 1998 Nov;7(6):655-8. Review.

39. Outcome of transplantation of non-heart-beating donor kidneys.
Wijnen RM, Booster MH, Stubenitsky BM, de Boer J, Heineman E, Kootstra G.
Lancet. 1995 Apr 29;345(8957):1067-70.

40. Inhibition of CD18-dependent leukocyte adherence by mAb 6.5 E does not prevent IR injury as seen in grafted kidneys.
Booster M, Yin M, Kurvers HA, Tangelder GJ, Wijnen RM, Buurman WA, Heineman E, Stubenitsky BM, Kootstra G.
Transpl Int. 1995;8(2):126-32.

41. Protection of canine renal grafts by renin-angiotensin inhibition through nucleoside transport blockade.
Booster MH, Yin M, Maessen JG, Stubenitsky BM, Wijnen RM, Kootstra G.
Transpl Int. 1995;8(3):207-13.

42. Regeneration of ATP in kidney slices after warm ischemia and hypothermic preservation.
Stubenitsky BM, Ametani M, Danielewicz R, Southard JH, Belzer FO.
Transpl Int. 1995;8(4):293-7.

43. Preservation of ischemically damaged kidneys in the dog: HTK versus UW -Preliminary results.
Wijnen RMH, Booster MH, Stubenitsky BM, Kootstra G.
Medizin im Blickpunkt, HTK-Losung nach Symposium Hiedelberg 1993, S. Hagl; Innovations-Verlags-Gesellschaft m.b.H 1994

44. UW solution is superior to HTK for preservation of ischemically damaged kidneys.
Booster MH, van der Vusse GJ, Wijnen RM, Yin M, Stubenitsky BM, Kootstra G.
Transplantation. 1994 Nov 15;58(9):979-84.

45. Beneficial effect of machine perfusion on the preservation of renal microcirculatory integrity in ischemically damaged kidneys.
Booster MH, Yin M, Stubenitsky BM, Kemerink GJ, van Kroonenburgh MJ, Heidendal GA, Halders SG, Heineman E, et al.
Transplant Proc. 1993 Dec;25(6):3012-6. No abstract available.

46. Enhanced resistance to the effects of normothermic ischemia in kidneys using pulsatile machine perfusion.
Booster MH, Wijnen RM, Yin M, Tiebosch AT, Heineman E, Maessen JG, Buurman WA, Kurvers HA, Stubenitsky BM, et al.
Transplant Proc. 1993 Dec;25(6):3006-11

Experience from patients


In April 2016 I have had rhinoplasty done by Dr. Stubenitsky. Since I was doubting my decision quite a lot I had two consults and asked for a second opinion by another surgeon. I eventually chose for Dr. Stubenitsky because of his expertise, his calm and clear explanation and his clear passion for the nose (everyone their own passion). The staff of the Velthuis clinique was without any exception incredibly nice and the surgery wasn’t that bad at all. I quit my painkillers earlier and went to work after a week and a half. Many friends don’t even notice the change, and that is exactly what I wanted. The result is very natural and I am very happy with it.

Experience from patients


Since I can remember I have been conscious of my nose. Not sure at what point the deviation happened but do remember some incidents with baskets balls slamming my nose and the intense pain thereafter possibly leading to the bump. Anyway as life went on got the confidence in myself to live with it but after coming back every few years to the idea I eventually decided to give it a serious thought. Did the research and found the doctor in Netherlands when I was visiting. Was in one the top clinics, visited him, and he made me feel he was the right guy. I had previously once visited two doctors, the first who used turkey something to describe the hang of the nose (made me feel insecure), another who said it would all be fine etc this guy didn’t make me feel insecure and told me what we would correct, showed me on ipad how it would look and said we should go for a natural looking change. Day of surgery and follow-up all went well and really the biggest fear I had was post op pain which basically there wasn’t any much at all. The nose was stuffed with cotton buds for a few days and that made sleeping difficult but nose recovered fast. didn’t bruise much at all and once the things were taken off… I was ready to go normal. I’m glad I got it done. It looks perfect from side. I would like the tip to be sharper and may get a revision done on the tip only. So if you have been thinking about it – suggest make sure the clinic is reputable and the doctor has a good history. One thing about EU is that doctors don’t seem to advertise themselves and their work as much as in US so while I do prefer the US style marketing the job was done well and no one noticed per se the rhinoplasty in that it wasn’t a drastic new nose or face but perfecter one. Dr. Bart showed me on his ipad his previous patients (and a lot of em) plus also did a stimulation on some software in his ipad about what my final outcome will be like – this REALLY helped in deciding how to go. Also I described the issues I felt and he explained how he can fix it and gave further recommendations such as reduction of nostrils or leaving the bump for masculine look etc. The guy knows what he is doing and did a fantastic job with which I’m super glad. Also about the marketing aspect, the main diff between US vs NL I suppose, that US doctors put all their patient photos on site while I couldn’t find many doctors who put up their work on their site, I’m not sure why that is but I guess culturally europeans are less flamboyant than Americans… just a guess 🙂

Doctor Stubenitsky is a real gentleman and professional. Staff are pleasant. Everything good! He goes for a natural look so what he showed me how it will the nose is. I will get a revision done on the tip because I’d like it smaller sharper. He is happy to take care of it. After care follow up could be more detailed but was ok anyway.

Experience from patients


Dear Dr. Stubenitsky, I went to the nurse yesterday to have my splint and stitches removed, and when I looked into mirror I was speechless. I think it looks incredibly beautiful, I am so happy, it exceeded all my expectations. I want to thank you so much for everything, I have a hard time explaining how happy I am. I would recommend the Velthuis clinique and especially you to everyone! And of course also the sweet and caring nurses, I am very satisfied. On Wednesday I have an appointment for a checkup with you, than I can thank you in person.

Experience from patients


On the 28th of November 2015 I have had rhinoplasty done by dr. Stubenitsky. During the intake I immediately felt comfortable with doctor Stubenitsky. He listened really good to all my wishes but was also clear about the possibilities I had. I would definitely recommend dr. Stubenitsky. He is a spontaneous man who is at the same time very professional and passionate about his profession. The result is above my expectations, I am very pleased with it.

Experience from patients


The time and attention I got during my orientation meeting and intake before the surgery made sure I was calm and went into the surgery with a positive attitude. The result is above any of my expectations and looks very natural.

Experience from patients

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