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Associate Professor Artur Fedorowski
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Associate Professor Artur Fedorowski
Artur Fedorowski Artur Fedorowski

Lund University, Malmo (Sweden)

Specialities : Syncope and Bradycardia , Basic Science, Hypertension, Syncope and Bradycardia, Risk Factors and Prevention

Name: Artur Fedorowski Born: 9th July, 1965, Wroclaw, Poland Working place: Senior Consultant and Head of Syncope Unit; Dept. of Cardiology, Skåne University Hospital, 205 02 Malmö (Sweden); Academic position: Associate Professor, Dept. of Clinical Sciences, Lund University; Clinical Research Center, 205 02 Malmö (Sweden) Education: • 1984 - 1990 - Wrocław Medical University, Poland (MD, “Cum laude”; first class honors) • 1995 - 1999 - Wroclaw Medical University, Poland: PhD studies; doctoral thesis (June 22, 1999): "Influence of Low - Frequency Electromagnetic Field on the Growth of Morris Hepatoma in Experimental Model in Rats" / specialist training in internal medicine and cardiology. • 2001-2006 – Sweden specialist training in general medicine (2001-2003), internal medicine (2004-2005), and cardiology (2005-2006). • 2007 – 2012 – Dept. of Clinical Sciences, Lund University, Malmö, Sweden; Post-Doc position. • 2013 - Associate Professor, Lund University

11 presentations from this speaker

60 year old hypertensive patient with recurrent syncope - What do the guidelines say.

Event : ESC Congress 2019

  • Session : Guidelines in Practice - Syncope
  • Speaker : A Fedorowski (Malmo,SE)
  • Guidelines in Daily Practice

A very old patient with syncope: same diagnostic flow-chart? Same treatment?

Event : ESC Congress 2019

  • Session : Very old patient, very new problems
  • Speaker : A Fedorowski (Malmo,SE)

Management in the emergency department – Immediate risk stratification

Event : EHRA 2019

  • Session : 2018 ESC Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of syncope - Recommendations and key messages
  • Speaker : A Fedorowski (Malmo,SE)

How to perform and interpret the tests of cardiovascular autonomic failure

Event : EHRA 2018

  • Session : 2018 ESC Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of syncope: practical instructions how to perform tests and prescribe therapy
  • Speaker : A Fedorowski (Malmo,SE)

Insights on a further workup needed for unexplained syncope.

Event : EHRA 2018

  • Session : 2018 ESC guidelines on syncope: roundtable and perspectives on new guidelines and needs in syncope patient care
  • Speaker : A Fedorowski (Malmo,SE)
  • Sponsored by Medtronic

Syndromes of orthostatic intolerance and syncope in young adults

Event : ESC Congress 2017

  • Session : Syncope
  • Speaker : A Fedorowski (Malmo,SE)

Antiadrenergic autoimmunity in postural tachycardia syndrome and vasovagal syncope

Event : ESC Congress 2015

  • Session : Syncope and sudden death
  • Speaker : A Fedorowski (Malmo,SE)

Tales of the fainting heart: genes and biomarkers

Event : EHRA 2015

  • Session : New understanding of syncope
  • Speaker : A Fedorowski (Malmo,SE)

Novel cardiovascular biomarkers: the crystal ball?

Event : ESC Congress 2014

  • Session : Innovations and understanding of vasovagal syncope
  • Speaker : A Fedorowski (Malmo,SE)

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