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For patients with a heart catheter examination, we have compiled important information about this examination.information about the heart catheter examination
Our practice engages in the conduct of conferences, courses, symposia and conventions.Events page
Since 2009, we support the University of Hue in Central Vietnam in the construction of a cardiac catheterisation laboratory. The project aims to provide practical help in the conducting of diagnostic and therapeutic cardiac catheterisations. In addition the project is supported by the Germany-wide collection and delivery of necessary materials such as cardiac diagnostic and interventional catheters, balloons and stents. Further to the practical work in the cath lab, we regularly organise training courses for colleagues and students at the university and also for physicians from hospitals in the region.
Since May 2011, colloquia for office-based physicians to acquire the ultrasound certification are regularly conducted in our practice.
The areas include echocardiography, stress echocardiography and transoesophageal echocardiography.
Chairman of the examination board is Priv.-Doz. Dr. W. Zwehl.
The discussion was moderated by Dr. Waldemar Bojara (Koblenz, Germany).
He was accompanied by the expert committee Prof. Dr. Volker Klauss
(Munich, DE), Dr. Hans-Joachim Lau (Hamburg, DE) and Prof. Dr. Helge
27.02.2019: Prof. Dr. Volker Klauss discusses coronary heart disease and metabolic disorders in the tz Munich.To the article
18.07.2018: In tz Munich in the category "Top-Medicine for your heart" the advantages of intracoronary pressure measurement, a method that has been used by our practice in the field of invasive cardiology for many years to avoid unnecessary stent implantations to avoid, were discussed.To the article
16.02.2018: The cardiology practice of Dr. Tschaidse was listed in the tz Munich under the heading "Everything for your heart". The intensive care and close contact with patients were highlighted in particular.