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Doctor Odysseas Kargiotis

Metropolitan hospital, Piraeus (Greece)

Dr Kargiotis graduated in 2001 from the Medical School of Ioannina, Greece. He conducted his PhD thesis on glioma angiogenesis and invasion based on basic research performed at both the University of Ioannina and the Department of Cancer Biology and Pharmacology of the University of Illinois at Peoria, USA. After acquisition of the Medical specialty of Neurology, as well as of the title ‘Fellow of the European Board of Neurology’ from the EFNS in 2012, he received further training in the Stroke Unit of the Neurological Department of the University Hospital of Geneva, Switzerland, followed by a 6 month training on Neurosonology in the same Clinic. He currently serves as consultant in the Stroke Unit of Metropolitan Hospital of Piraeus, Greece, an ESO-certified Stroke Unit. Dr Kargiotis has co-authored 89 papers on Pubmed/Scopus (1452 citations, H index of 21) and 2 Chapters in Books, and he has served as a reviewer in more than 30 International Journals.

Heart failure as a stroke risk: differences between heart failure subtypes

Event: ESC Congress 2023

Topic: Stroke

Session: Integrated management of stroke: heart failure and more


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