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Doctor Mirko Colic

Institute for Cardiovascular Diseases Dedinje, Belgrade (Serbia)

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Born in 1961, in Belgrade, Serbia. Graduated in 1987 at Medical Academy, Warsaw, Poland. Became a specilaist in Internal medicine in 1995, Master Diploma in medical science-Cardiology in 2000, subspeciality in cardiology in 2010, and obtained a Doctor in medical science degree in 2016, all at Medical Faculty, Unversity of Belgrade, Serbia. Places of work: Institute for cardiovascular diseases Dedinje, Belgrade, Serbia (1989 and 1996-), Urgent Centre, Urgent cardiology Department, Clinical Centre of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia (1991), Mubarak Hospital Kuwait, Senior Interventional cardiologist, 2019. Main positions: Consultant Interventional Cardiologist/Cardiologist 1996, Head, Cardiology Department 2002, Scientific Associate, Institute for Medical Research, University of Belgrade, 2019. Areas of expertise: PCI (ACS, CHIP), antithrombotic therapy, Heart team, echocardiography. Hobbies: skiing, tennis, swimming, cycling. Languages: Serbian, English, Polish, Russian.

Low on-treatment platelet reactivity predicts long-term risk of bleeding after elective PCI

Event: ESC Congress 2016

Topic: PCI: long-term outcome

Session: Strategies to modify bleeding risk during percutaneous coronary intervention


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