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Paulus Gabriel Schurr, Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon
Adult valve and coronary artery bypass surgery, totally arterial revascularisation, offpump coronary artery bypass, transcatheter valve program (TAVI, mitral), adult cardiac and aortic emergencies, aortic surgery, valve reconstruction, circulatory support, endocarditis, adult congenital heart disease
Complex aortic arch repair, frozen elefant trunk procedures
Valve repair, neochord loops, total arterial revascularization, patient risk analysis, minimally invasive heart surgery
Additional Educational Information
Studied at and graduated from the Medical Faculty of the University of Innsbruck, Austria
"Dr. med. univ.” at the "Institut für Biochemische Pharmakologie der Universität Innsbruck"
Subject: ‘Characterization of Segment IIIS6 of the alpha1-subunit of the Cav3.1-Calcium-Channel’
Publication: Marksteiner R, Schurr P, Berjukow S, Margreiter E, Perez-Reyes E, Hering S. Inactivation determinants in segment IIIS6 of Ca(v)3.1. J Physiol (London) 2001.
Training in General, General Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery (2001-2013) at the following Institutions:
Department of General, Thoracic and Visceral Surgery at the University Hospital of Hamburg, Germany, Head: Professor Dr. med. J.R. Izbicki
Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery at the University Hospital of Düsseldorf, Germany, Heads: Professor Dr. med. E. Gams and Professor Dr. med. A. Lichtenberg
Board Certified in General, Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery
Previous position (2013-2016): Attending Heart Surgeon at the Dept of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, University Hospital of Saarland, Head: Professor Dr. med. H.J. Schäfers
Present position (2016- ): Attending Heart Surgeon at the Heart Center Duisburg, Germany, Head: Professor Dr. med. J. Börgermann
- Critical Care
- Minimally Invasive
- Coronary disease
- Heart failure
- Mechanical circulatory assistance
- Valve disease
- Tricuspid valve disease
- Critical Care