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Doctor Ercole Tagliamonte

Hospital Umberto I, Nocera Inferiore (Italy)

Member of:

European Society of Cardiology
Heart Failure Association

Well-respected highly motivated and team-oriented Cardiology with twenty years experience, focused on treating patients with a variety of cardiovascular disorders, as well as scientific research. Master’s Degree in Healthcare Management. Areas of interest include Ischemic Heart Disease, Heart Failure, advanced Echocardiography, and Healthcare Management.

Biventricular dysfunction and lung congestion in post-COVID patients: a speckle tracking and stress lung echocardiography analysis

Event: ESC Congress 2023

Topic: Tissue Doppler, Speckle Tracking and Strain Imaging

Session: Multiple applications of stress imaging


Microvascular coronary dysfunction affects global longitudinal strain after stress echocardiography

Event: EuroEcho 2021

Topic: Stress Echocardiography

Session: e-posters session - Echocardiography


Inverse response of global longitudinal strain after dipyridamole stress echocardiography in patients with microvascular coronary dysfunction

Event: ESC Congress 2020

Topic: Stress Echocardiography

Session: Echocardiography ePosters


Combined effect of ivabradine on coronary flow reserve and left ventricular contractile reserve in patients with coronary microvascular disease

Event: EuroEcho-Imaging 2018

Topic: Stress Echocardiography

Session: Stress Echocardiography


Correlation between coronary flow reserve and left ventricular diastolic function in patients without obstructive coronary artery stenosis treated with ivabradine

Event: EuroEcho-Imaging 2017

Topic: Dypiridamole stress echo

Session: Stress echo


Rest and stress coronary diastolic perfusion time in patients with stable coronary artery disease treated with ivabradine or carvedilol: new insights into their mechanism of actions

Event: ESC Congress 2016

Topic: Stress echo

Session: Echo contrast/Stress/Novel techniques


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