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Dr. Ralf Kolvenbach

Congenital vascular malformation · Thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR)

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Sana Hospital Gerresheim

Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

2012

Founded

250

Beds

Contact Information

120 Gräulinger Straße Stadtbezirk 7 Düsseldorf Düsseldorf Düsseldorf Nordrhein-Westfalen Germany

About

Prof. Dr. Ralf Kolvenbach is the head of the center and Chief Physician in Vascular Surgery Department in Sana Hospital Gerresheim. He is a specialist in vascular surgery, phlebologist, endovascular specialist. Prof. Dr. Ralf Kolvenbach is one of the well-recognized and very experienced cardiologists and vascular surgeons of Germany. Dr. Ralf has experience of more than 30 years and he has successfully performed a number of surgeries and procedures. With that, he has also remained a leading member of a number of reputable organizations and has contributed significantly through his scientific research. Prof. Dr. Ralf Kolvenbach has his specific interest and focuses on stroke treatment, peripheral artery disease, ischemia treatment, CVI, arrhythmias, congenital heart diseases, cardiomyopathy treatment, and minimally invasive surgeries. In addition, Dr. Kolvenbach has a regular work as a "consulting" vascular surgeon in the Florence Nightingale Hospital, the Diakonie Dusseldorf, The St. Vinzenz Hospital and The Lukas Hospital in Neuss. He has a specialist accreditation for general surgery, vascular surgery, phlebology, endovascular therapy. In addition, European Specialist Examination for Vascular Surgery (FEVS). There are licenses to practice as a doctor outside of Germany. This includes accreditation from the English Medical Society, General Medical Council, Canadian Medical Council, and accreditation to practice medicine in Israel. In 2010 he was appointed professor at Beijing University, combined with an appointment to the faculty of the Chinese - Japanese Friendship Hospital in Beijing. There are also teaching assignments at the Carmel Medical Center, Haifa, and teaching commitments at the University of Strasbourg (IRCAD). Regular training of doctors from China, Israel and Egypt in minimally invasive techniques and cell-based vascular therapy. Up to 3 times a year organization of courses on these topics at the Dusseldorf location.