Internal medicine and Receptor are frequently intertwined in his study. Roland Hetzer integrates Cardiology with Pathology in his research. He integrates Pathology and Surgery in his research. His study on Surgery is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Mitral valve. His research on Transplantation often connects related topics like Heart transplantation. His Heart transplantation study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Transplantation. He combines Heart failure and Ejection fraction in his research. In his works, Roland Hetzer undertakes multidisciplinary study on Ejection fraction and Heart failure. He performs multidisciplinary study in Blood pressure and Doppler echocardiography in his work.
As part of his studies on Internal medicine, Roland Hetzer often connects relevant areas like Myocardial infarction. Myocardial infarction is closely attributed to Internal medicine in his work. His study on Cardiology is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Heart failure. Roland Hetzer integrates Heart failure with Heart transplantation in his study. In his works, Roland Hetzer undertakes multidisciplinary study on Heart transplantation and Cardiology. Roland Hetzer regularly links together related areas like Transplantation in his Surgery studies. Many of his studies on Transplantation involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Surgery.
His Tricuspid valve research extends to the thematically linked field of Cardiology. His work in Surgery is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Regurgitation (circulation). His multidisciplinary approach integrates Regurgitation (circulation) and Cardiology in his work. His study in Lung extends to Internal medicine with its themes. Roland Hetzer integrates Heart failure and Heart disease in his research. Roland Hetzer combines Heart disease and Heart transplantation in his research. He performs integrative study on Heart transplantation and Artificial heart. He integrates many fields, such as Artificial heart and Heart failure, in his works. Roland Hetzer applies his multidisciplinary studies on Ventricular assist device and Cardiomyopathy in his research.
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Uric acid and survival in chronic heart failure: Validation and application in metabolic, functional, and hemodynamic staging
Stefan D. Anker;Wolfram Doehner;Mathias Rauchhaus;Rakesh Sharma.
Assessment of Survival in Patients With Primary Pulmonary Hypertension Importance of Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing
Roland Wensel;Christian F. Opitz;Stefan D. Anker;Jörg Winkler.
Strain and Strain Rate Imaging by Echocardiography – Basic Concepts and Clinical Applicability
Michael Dandel;Hans Lehmkuhl;Christoph Knosalla;Nino Suramelashvili.
Current Cardiology Reviews (2009)
Weaning From Mechanical Cardiac Support in Patients With Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy
Johannes Müller;Gerd Wallukat;Yu Guo Weng;Michael Dandel.
Immunoglobulin Adsorption in Patients With Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy
Johannes Müller;Gerd Wallukat;Michael Dandel;Heidrun Bieda.
Protection from cytomegalovirus after transplantation is correlated with immediate early 1–specific CD8 T cells
Torsten Bunde;Alexander Kirchner;Bodo Hoffmeister;Dirk Habedank.
Journal of Experimental Medicine (2005)
Echocardiographic strain and strain rate imaging--clinical applications.
Michael Dandel;Roland Hetzer.
International Journal of Cardiology (2009)
A genome-wide association study identifies two loci associated with heart failure due to dilated cardiomyopathy
Eric Villard;Claire Perret;Françoise Gary;Carole Proust.
web science (2011)
Cardiac recovery in dilated cardiomyopathy by unloading with a left ventricular assist device
Roland Hetzer;Johannes Müller;Yuguo Weng;Gerd Wallukat.
The Annals of Thoracic Surgery (1999)
Long-term results in patients with idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy after weaning from left ventricular assist devices.
Michael Dandel;Yuguo Weng;Henryk Siniawski;Evgenij Potapov.
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