Specialist in cardiology, internal medicine and angiology. Additional qualification: resuscitation doctor. Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology, MBA. Head and founder of the Cardiology Praxis in Dusseldorf
Dr. Frank-Chris Schoebel (born 1961 in Raleigh (North Carolina, USA) studied medicine at the Universities of Witten-Herdeck and Heidelberg, promoted in Münster. Worked at the University Hospital Dusseldorf more than 16 years, 8 of them as a senior physician. The main areas of his activity are classical peripheral and central hemodynamics, resuscitation, caronary angiographic diagnostics and therapy (performed more than 11.000 coronary angiographs), as well as outpatient and invasive provision of patients with therapy-resistant angina in the primary stage of coronary heart disease.
Has more than 50 international scientific publications in the field of coronary heart disease research.
1990 Awarded doctorate at the Wilhelm University of Westphalia
1999 Awarded the title of Private Associate Professor and Venia Legendi of the Heinrich-Heine University of Dusseldorf on the topic Importance of prothrombogenic factors for myocardial ischemia.
When is cardiac catheterization necessary? What are the diagnostic and therapeutic uses of this method? Can coronarography be performed in all cases, or is a differentiated approach preferable? Leading German cardiologists answer all these questions in this article.