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Doctor Tatyana Valova

Military Medical Academy of Sofia, Sofia (Bulgaria)

Dr Tatyana Valova- Ileva has graduated from Sofia Medical University in 1998. Specialized internal diseases for the period 1999-2003. Aquired specialty of internal diseases in 2004. Specialized cardiology from 2005 to 2009. Aquired specialty of cardiology in 2010. Since 2005 dr Valova is working in the Military medical Academy in Sofia, Bulgaria in the clinic of cardiology. Since 2016 she is chosen for an assistant of professor at the Department of Cardiology, Intensive therapy and Emergency. In 2019 dr Valova aquired scientific degree- PhD. In 2020 she aquired scientific degree: Chief assistant of professor. Dr Valova has many scientific publications in national bulgarian and some international medical journals. Her scientific interest is in the sphere of Heart failure and especially the use of LUS for the diagnostic of cardiogenic dyspnea. In 2018 dr Valova, s poster was awarded as Best poster with oral presentation at The ESC Congress in Munich, Germany. Dr. Valova is trainin

The evaluation of left ventricle filling pressure and lung ultrasound B-lines in the diagnosis of cardiogenic dyspnea

Event: EuroEcho 2019

Topic: Doppler Echocardiography

Session: Doppler Echocardiography

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The reliability of Lung ultrasound and conventional X-ray in the stage differentiation of pulmonary congestion

Event: Heart Failure 2019 - 6th World Congress on Acute Heart Failure

Topic: Diagnostic Methods

Session: Acute Heart Failure

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Reliability of lung ultrasound for differentiation of cardiogenic and non-cardiogenic dyspnea

Event: ESC Congress 2018

Topic: Diagnostic Methods

Session: Best Posters in non-invasive diagnostic in heart failure

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Lung ultrasound in the diagnosis of cardiogenic dyspnea

Event: Heart Failure 2018 & World Congress on Acute Heart Failure

Topic: Diagnostic Methods

Session: Chronic Heart Failure – Diagnostic Methods

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