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Doctor Giampiero Vizzari

G. Martino University Hospital, Messina (Italy)

Member of:

European Society of Cardiology

Dr. Giampiero Vizzari is PhD and Interventional Cardiologist at the "G. Martino" University Hospital of Messina, Italy (Director Prof. Antonio Micari). He trained as Research Fellow at the Aurora Healthcare Medical Center of Milwaukee, USA and Interventional Cardiology Fellow directed by Prof. Francesco Versaci (Tor Vergata University of Rome). Then he worked as Interventional Cardiologist at “Giovanni Paolo II” Hospital of Ragusa (Director Dr. A. Nicosia) and “Umberto I” Hospital of Siracusa (Director Dr. M. Contarini). His areas of expertise include Coronary, Carotid, Peripheral and Structural interventions. He is Faculty member at International scientific events (GISE, CCC, EuroPCR, C3, CRT), Board Member of the "GISE Young" and "PCR NextGen", Editorial Board of “Cardiovascular Revascularization Medicine” and “EHJ-Case Reports”. In 2022 he completed the II level MSc in “Percutaneous interventional treatment of structural heart diseases" at the "Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna" of Pisa.

Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation assistance during high-risk TAVI in a patient with recent COVID-19 pneumonia.

Event: ESC Congress 2022

Topic: Noncoronary Cardiac Intervention

Session: TAVR


Two generations of bioresorbable vascular Scaffold in comparison: clinical, angiographic and computed tomography follow-up

Event: ESC Congress 2018

Topic: Stents

Session: Coronary interventions


Second generation bioresorbable vascular scaffold: a single center experience

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2016

Topic: PCI / stents: devices and technique

Session: Impact of stent design on post PCI outcomes


Optimization of cardiac resincronization therapy after mitraclip implantation: a useful combination for treatment of mitral regurgitation.

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2016

Topic: Mitral valve disease

Session: Structural interventions - I can do anything with a catheter


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