Scientific Projects

 

  • Albertinen Herz- und Gefäßzentrum
  • Albertinen Herz- und Gefäßzentrum

 

The Albertinen-Hospital and the Ev. Amalie Sieveking-Krankenhaus are academic teaching hospitals of the University of Hamburg. In addition to the best possible patient care scientific projects to improve methods of treatment are carried out. The following studies have been and are carried out, among others:

 

■ Valvular FDA studies to examine the long-term results of biological and mechanical valves (MOSAIC and Advantage Study) ■ Coagulation studies with recombinant hirudin (HIT study, HAT study, Hirudin CPB study Neutralase study, etc.)

■ Investigation of cognitive functions during CPB in normo- or hypothermia (in collaboration with the Department of Psychology at the University of Hamburg

■ Investigation of cognitive functions on-pump vs. off-pump (study funded by the DFG in collaboration with the Department of Psychology, University of Hamburg)

■ Trials of new methods for the implantation of coronary bypasses (CorLink studies)

■ Studies to reduce the side effects of cardiopulmonary bypass (PRIMO II)

■ CAR-AF study on the surgical treatment of atrial fibrillation

■ Mulicenter study on the outcome of coronary patients over 75 years, treated with or without CPB (GOPCABE study; German Off-pump CABG in Elderly Study)

■ AGE-CCS (Albertinen Study of Geriatic Care and Cardiac Surgery) Joint study of Albertinen-House and the Heart Centre, funded by a grant from the Research Training Group Geriatrics the Robert Bosch Foundation, to investigate the prognostic significance of a geriatric risk assessment before cardiac surgery in elderly patients

■ New methods for the treatment of mitral regurgitation (annuloplasty and mitral valve replacement by cardiac catheterization)

■ New catheter procedures for the treatment of tricuspid regurgitation

■ New methods for reducing risk of stroke in percutaneous aortic valve replacement (Deflect® system)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rieß

 

Prof Dr Friedrich-Christian Rieß, MD
Chairman of the Albertinen Cardiovalcular Centre
Chief Physician Cardiac Surgery
Phone +49-40-5588-2445
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Schlizio

 

Office
Süntelstraße 11a · 22457 Hamburg

 

Mrs. P. Schlizio
Phone +49-40-5588-2442
fax +49-40-5588-2421
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Oers

 

Mrs. S. van Oers
Phone +49-40-5588-2453
fax +49-40-5588-2421
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Oers

 

Mrs. K. Borchert

Phone +49-40-5588-2445
fax +49-40-5588-2421

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Stripling

 

Prof Dr Joachim Schofer, MD
Head of the Department for Percutaneous Treatment of Valvular Heart Disease
Phone +49-40-5588--2442 /-2453 /-2445
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Office

Mrs. A. Prach
Phone +49-40-889 00 91 52
Fax +49-40-889 00 99 33
E-mail

 

 

Hansen

 

Dr L. Hansen, MD
Deputy Physician Cardiac Surgery
Phone +49-40-5588-2445
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Winkel

 

S. Winkel
Deputy Physician Cardiac Surgery
Phone +49-40-5588-2445
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Stripling

 

J. Stripling
Deputy Physician Cardiac Surgery
Phone +49-40-5588-2445
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Rieß

 

Daniel Silva
Senior Physician Cardiac Surgery
Phone +49-40-5588-2445 
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Dr G. Horoschun, MD
Deputy Physician Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care C2h 
Phone +49-40-5588-2550 
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Dipl. Ing. R. Binczyk
Chief Perfusionists
OR-Manager

Phone +49-40-5588-2569
fax +49-40-5588-2569
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Kammin

 

B. Kliche
Head Nurse Cardiac Surgery
Phone +49-40-5588-6715
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Anniversary

Matthias Scheller, CEO of Albertinen Diakoniewerk e.V., congratulates the founding father of Albertinen Cardiovascular Centre, Professor W. Füllbrandt and the men of the first hour at the anniversary "25 Years Heart Medicine at Albertinen-Hospital"

 

 

From left: M. Scheller, Prof. W. Füllbrandt, Prof. F.-C. Rieß, J. Kormann, Dr. P. Kremer, Prof. N. Bleese. Photo: Andreas Riess

 

 

Anniversary

July 1, 2016 - Tobias Schwarz, CEO of Albertinen hospital, congratulates Mr. Joachim Kormann, Dr. Peter Kremer, MD, Mr. Stephan Winkel and Dr Christine Löwer, MD (from left) marking the 25th anniversary of service.

 

 

Photo: Andreas Riess

 

 

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