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Doctor Frederik de Lange

Amsterdam University Medical Centre, Amsterdam (Netherlands (The))

Dr. Frederik de Lange is a cardiologist with special interests in cardiac devices and diagnosing / treating patients with syncope. After his MD PhD on the cardiac conducting system he did his specialization in the Amsterdam UMC, AMC. He is now head of the outpatient clinic of the Amsterdam UMC Heart Centre and the managing cardiologist of the Syncope Unit in the AMC. This is a tertiary outpatient clinic facility which is part of the cardiology department. He was involved as a Taskforce member writing the new 2018 ESC Guidelines on Syncope. His main research project at the moment is the Fainting Assesment Study (FAST), that analyses the clinical benefit a tertary syncope unit as described in the EHRA position paper. Full name of the institution: The Amsterdam Unitversity Medical Center (UMC), location AMC. Current title: MD PhD

Is tilt testing a valuable diagnostic tool for syncope and collapse?

Event: EHRA 2022

Topic: Syncope and Bradycardia

Session: Tips and tricks in syncope


Is tilt-table testing a valuable diagnostic tool for syncope and collapse?

Event: EHRA 2021

Topic: Treatment

Session: What is new in syncope?


Patients with unexplained syncope.

Event: ESC Congress 2018

Topic: Diagnostic Methods

Session: The role of the implantable loop recorder in the 2018 ESC Syncope Guidelines


The diagnostic criteria of history taking and initial evaluation

Event: EHRA 2018

Topic: Miscellaneous

Session: 2018 ESC Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of syncope: practical instructions how to perform tests and prescribe therapy


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