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 Soeren Lund Kristensen
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Soeren Lund Kristensen
Soeren Lund Kristensen Soeren Lund Kristensen

Gentofte Hospital - Copenhagen University Hospital, Hellerup (Denmark)

Specialities : Chronic Heart Failure , Acute Heart Failure, General Cardiology

MD, PhD interested in Heart Failure, Diabetes, Randomized clinical trials and epidemiology

9 presentations from this speaker

Microvascular complications in diabetes patients with heart failure and reduced ejection fraction

Event : Heart Failure 2018

  • Session : Comorbidities and cardiomyopathies - How to manage?
  • Speaker : SL Kristensen (Copenhagen,DK)

Prognostic value of calculated plasma volume status in patients with heart failure and reduced ejection fraction insights from the PARADIGM-HF trial

Event : Heart Failure 2017

  • Session : Rapid Fire 5 - Diagnosis - Pathophysiology - Prognosis
  • Speaker : SL Kristensen (Copenhagen,DK)

Risk related to diabetes and pre-diabetes in heart failure with reduced ejection fraction: Insights from PARADIGM-HF.

Event : ESC Congress 2015

  • Session : Ominous signs in heart failure
  • Speaker : SL Kristensen (Copenhagen,DK)

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