M.J. Schultz has published from 2000 upto 2013 at (or in association with) the University of Amsterdam (as found in the CRIS of the UvA for the years 2000 upto 2015 ) a total of 358 publications. The above histogram shows the different types and number of publications for this whole publication period at the University of Amsterdam. You can download the information depicted in the histogram by following the link below.Complete publication type list A picture is worth a thousand words, but the above histogram can be described by the following words: (not thousand but around 144 words, click 'view' button to show those words).View
In 2000 M.J. Schultz published six articles. In 2001 M.J. Schultz published thirteen articles. In 2002 M.J. Schultz published twelve articles, published two chapters and published one dissertation. In 2003 M.J. Schultz published fourteen articles and published two chapters. In 2004 M.J. Schultz published twenty-six articles and published four chapters. In 2005 M.J. Schultz published thirty-five articles, published two conference proceedingss and published two chapters. In 2006 M.J. Schultz published thirty-five articles. In 2007 M.J. Schultz published thirty-two articles. In 2008 M.J. Schultz published eight articles. In 2009 M.J. Schultz published nine articles. In 2010 M.J. Schultz published thirty-eight articles. In 2011 M.J. Schultz published thirty-four articles. In 2012 M.J. Schultz published fourty-two articles, published three book editorships and published one book - monograph . In 2013 M.J. Schultz published thirty-two articles, published three chapters, published one book editorship and published one book - monograph .
We did find some data on societal impact for M.J. Schultz on altmetric.com. Data are collected on altmetic.com (September 2015) based on publications found in the CRIS of the UvA (march 2015 update). Only publications in 2013 and 2014 are harvested.20 mentions of a publication in Anesthesiology (2013). Protective mechanical ventilation during general anesthesia for open abdominal surgery improves postoperative pulmonary function Link to altmetric.com. 14 mentions of a publication in PLoS Pathogens (2013). Volatile metabolites of pathogens: a systematic review Link to altmetric.com. 10 mentions of a publication in Critical Care Forum (2013). Diabetic status and the relation of the three domains of glycemic control to mortality in critically ill patients: an international multicenter cohort study Link to altmetric.com. 7 mentions of a publication in Critical Care Forum (2013). Clinical review: Consensus recommendations on measurement of blood glucose and reporting glycemic control in critically ill adults Link to altmetric.com. 5 mentions of a publication in Current opinion in anaesthesiology (2013). Intraoperative ventilatory strategies to prevent postoperative pulmonary complications: a meta-analysis Link to altmetric.com. 2 mentions of a publication in Cardiologie (2013). Cardiopulmonary interactions during mechanical ventilation in critically ill patients Link to altmetric.com. 2 mentions of a publication in Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2013). Automated versus non-automated weaning for reducing the duration of mechanical ventilation for critically ill adults and children Link to altmetric.com. 2 mentions of a publication in European journal of anaesthesiology (2013). ESA Clinical Trials Network 2012: LAS VEGAS - Local Assessment of Ventilatory Management during General Anaesthesia for Surgery and its effects on Postoperative Pulmonary Complications A prospective, observational, international, multicentre cohort study Link to altmetric.com. 1 mentions of a publication in Cardiologie (2013). Basic concepts of fluid responsiveness Link to altmetric.com. 1 mentions of a publication in Critical care medicine (2013). Interobserver agreement of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention criteria for classifying infections in critically ill patients Link to altmetric.com. 1 mentions of a publication in Biomaterials (2013). Critical factors in the translation of improved antimicrobial strategies for medical implants and devices Link to altmetric.com. 1 mentions of a publication in PLoS One (2013). Dexamethasone attenuates VEGF expression and inflammation but not barrier dysfunction in a murine model of ventilator-induced lung injury Link to altmetric.com. Complete co-author list Complete publisher list M.J. Schultz published from 2000 upto 2015 a total of 336 UvA-articles with 50 or less co-authors.547 unique co-authors in total with an average of 4.15 co-authors per article.
Professor, Doctor SchultzFirst name(-s): Marcus JosephusProfessor, Doctor Schultz obtained his pHd in 2002 (September 19).
Marcus J. Schultz, MD PhDVisit google scholar profile
51 h-index (google scholar)
11232 Google Scholar citations
google scholar keywords:
Department of Intensive Care - Laboratory of Experimental Intensive Care and Anesthesiology
updated: October 2015
Prof.dr. M.J. (Marcus) Schultz Professor
lung injury/acute respiratory distress syndrome (ALI/ARDS), pneumonia and mechanical ventilation, specifically pre clinical and clinical studies on the interaction between infection/inflammation and coagulation
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Visualization of the write position of the 336 journal publications by M.J. Schultz
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|30|| number of times second author|
|126|| number of times last author|
The amount of credits for a certain Author position, also called write position, does differ by discipline. Some journals publish author names in alphabetical order. This is common practice by publications with many authors. Time span of publications analysed range from 2000 upto 2015.
The data shown here are based on the publications of the UvA-CRIS (May 2016) and the citations found in WoS. The citations to articles are ranked by number of citations. Zero times cited publications are not shown in the diagram. Updated September 5th 2016
5912 (WoS) citations to 237 publications
average 24.95 citations per publication
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