Heart attack in women: the symptoms are not so obvious

Written by: Dott. Carlo Pignalberi
Edited by: Antonietta Rizzotti

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By Dott. Carlo Pignalberi

Dr. Carlo Pignalberi is a specialist in Cardiology.

He mainly deals with arrhythmias, cardiostimulation, atrial fibrillation, heart failure, tachycardia and heart attack.

In 1989 he graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome and in 1993 he obtained a specialization in Cardiology at the same institution.

He currently holds the role of Medical Director and Referent for Cardiostimulation at the Complex Operating Unit of Cardiology of the San Filippo Neri Hospital Complex in Rome.

Dr. Pignalberi boasts a large attendance of refresher courses, as well as participation as a speaker and moderator in numerous conferences at national and international level.

Finally, he is a Fellow of the Italian Association of Arrhythmology and Cardiostimulation (AIAC) and of the National Association of Hospital Cardiologists (ANMCO). Within these two associations he also holds the position of Member of the Arrhythmias Area (ANMCO) and President of the Bioethics Area (AIAC).

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