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 Marc Ohlow
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Marc Ohlow
Marc Ohlow Marc Ohlow

SRH Wald-Clinic Gera, Gera (Germany)

Specialities : Interventional Cardiology , Device Therapy, Myocardial Disease

Born 1968, Germany; University education in Frankfurt/M (Germany) and Pretoria (South Africa) 1990 - 1996. Current position: Professor of Internal Medicine and Vice-Director Cardiology Department SRH-Waldklinikum Gera. Board certified specialist in emergency medicine, interventional cardiology, lipidology, heart failure, and heart rhythm device implantation. Fields of interest/research: Interventional Cardiology – Structural Heart Disease – Heart Rhythm Device implantation – Inflammatory Cardiomyopathy. >100 published papers in peer-reviewed national/international journals including European Heart Journal, Lancet, JACC, JACC interventions, Circulation interventions, Europace, International Journal of Cardiology. Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Geriatric Cardiology.

6 presentations from this speaker

Prognostic role of cardiac power index in patients with biopsy-proven inflammatory cardiomyopathy

Event : ESC Congress 2018

  • Session : Best Posters in inflammation in Heart Failure
  • Speaker : M Ohlow (Weimar,DE)

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