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Sep 1, 2015

Katsuji Inoue, PhD, MD visited the Institute for Surgical Research


 

Assistant professor Katsuji Inoue (PhD, MD) at Department of Cardiology, Ehime University was visiting the Institute for Surgical Research at Rikshospitalet, OUH on Thursday 27th of August in connection with his participation at the 2015 ESC Congress in London.

We are very proud that he took time from his busy schedule an honoured us with his insight in atrial and ventricular function. Dr. Inoue has several publications in the field of hemodynamics, strain and cardiac mechanics, and his talk was titled; "Atrial function assists ventricular function and vice versa".

A small seminar was put toghether in connection with his visit and among the presenters were PhD scholar Espen Bøe and a former PhD fellow of Professor Otto Smiseth, Marie Stugaard, PhD, MD.

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Program for visit by Dr. Katsuji Inoue,

Department of Cardiology, Pulmonology, Hypertension and Nephrology, Ehime University Graduate School of Medicine, Toon, Ehime, Japan

Thursday 27th August 2015 at 1000 am: Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet,

Institute for Surgical Research - Seminar room A3.1004A Sognsvannsveien 20, Gaustad

 

1000 -1010: Welcome. Coffee/tea and install presentations

1010-1030: Espen Bøe: Non-invasive myocardial work index identifies acute coronary occlusion in patients with non-ST-segment elevation-acute coronary syndrome

1030 –1100: Katsuji Inoue: Atrial function assists ventricular function and vice versa

1100-1120: Marie Stugaard: Energy loss in the left ventricle obtained by vector flow mapping as a new quantitative measure in aortic regurgitation

1120-1140: Espen Remme on behalf of Petter Storsten: Cardiac resynchronization therapy reduces septal contribution to right ventricular work

1140-1200: Tour of the institute and chat with the research fellows

1200 - 1300: Coffee and cakes

1300 - 1330: Visit to the Echo-lab

 

Marie Stugaard, PhD, MD presenting assistant professor Katsuji Inoue (MD, PhD) at Department of Cardiology, Ehime University.
Dr. Inoue explaining one of his slides on "Atrial function assists ventricular function and vice versa".
Marie Stugaard, PhD, MD during her presentation on "Energy loss in the left ventricle obtained by vector flow mapping as a new quantitative measure in aortic regurgitation".
Espen Remme, senior researcher at the Institute for Surgical Research stepped in for Petter Storsten, MD, PhD scholar, and gave his presentation titled; "Cardiac resynchronization therapy reduces septal contribution to right ventricular work".
Center for Cardiological Innovation