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Alexandra-Maria Chitroceanu
Alexandra-Maria Chitroceanu Alexandra-Maria Chitroceanu

University Emergency Hospital of Bucharest, Bucharest (Romania)

Specialities : Acute Heart Failure , Acute Cardiac Care, Atrial Fibrillation, Stroke, Valvular Heart Disease

5 presentations from this speaker

Acute ischemic stroke as the sole manifestation of reversible cardiac dysfunction in a patient with systemic lupus erithematous

Event : Heart Failure 2019

  • Session : Clinical Case Corner 6 - From inflammation to infiltration
  • Speaker : A Chitroceanu (Bucharest,RO)

Myocardial work analysis is a potential novel tool to diagnose subclinical cardiac dysfunction in cirrhotic cardiomyopathy

Event : EuroEcho 2019

  • Session : Echocardiography: Systolic and Diastolic Function
  • Speaker : A Chitroceanu (Bucharest,RO)

Severe cardiac dysfunction in a patient with acute myocardial infarction and multiple sclerosis-more than a coincidence?

Event : Heart Failure 2018

  • Session : Clinical Case Corner 4 - The great fire: inflammation of the heart and beyond
  • Speaker : A Chitroceanu (Bucharest,RO)

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