Muerte súbita: ¿qué hay que saber?

Escrito por: Prof. Francesco Vetta
Editado por: Antonietta Rizzotti

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Por Prof. Francesco Vetta

Prof. Francesco Vetta is a specialist in Cardiology.

He mainly deals with Clinical Cardiology, Arrhythmology, Electrostimulation and Cardiac Electrophysiology. He specialized in Cardiology in 2004 at the Tor Vergata University of Rome and in the following years obtained a II level Master's degree in Cardiac Arrhythmology and Electrophysiology at the Catholic University of Rome.

During his career, about 5,000 pacemaker implants, including biventricular implants, and over 600 cardiac defibrillator implants are performed as the first operator.
He currently holds the position of Director of the Cardiology Operative Unit of the Jewish Hospital of Rome, as well as being, since 2000, Adjunct Professor at the University of Rome Tor Vergata.

Arrhythmologist cardiologist at the health services of the Vatican City State. He has won several scholarships thanks to his research activity on Geriatric Cardiology, being also a specialist in Geriatrics. Prof. Vetta is the author of books, chapters and over 150 scientific publications in the field of cardiology.

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