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Consultant Cardiologist, Dr Stuart Rosen

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Dr Stuart Rosen, Consultant Cardiologist

Specialising in:

General adult cardiology, heart failure, cardio-oncology, syncope, hypertension.

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Specialist Details
Full name

Dr Stuart Rosen

Qualifications

MA MD FRCP FESC FACC

Title

Consultant Cardiologist

Specialties

Cardiology

Site specialisation

Heart failure, syncope, hypertension

Site specialisation 2
Clinical interests

General adult cardiology, heart failure, cardio-oncology, syncope, hypertension.

Background Information
Biography

Dr Stuart Rosen is a consultant cardiologist with specialist expertise in heart failure, syncope and difficult hypertension. His technical skills include transoesophageal echocardiography, stress echo, tilt testing and autonomic assessment, as well as ultrafiltration for decompensated heart failure and cardio-oncology.

Languages spoken

English, some Hebrew

Availability
Regular Cromwell clinics

No

Clinic days

Mon: Tue: Wed: Thurs: Fri: Sat:

Appointments telephone number

020 8967 5359

Additional Career Information
Year qualified

1985

Memberships

BMA, British Cardiovascular Society, Royal College of Physicians of London, European Society of  Cardiology (ESC), Heart Failure Association of ESC; Working Group on Myocardial Function of ESC

NHS hospitals

Ealing/Royal Brompton

Posts

Reader in Cardiology, National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College, London

Research interests

Mechanisms of heart injury in cancer patients. Effect of alcohol excess on heart function. Role of cardiac autonomic dysfunction in pathophysiology of cardiac disease. Origins of cardiac pain.

Key published papers

Rosen SD. Trastuzumab induced cardiomyopathy: wider implications for cardio-oncology. Heart 2013 heartjnl-2012-303495 
Langley RE, Cafferty FH, Alhasso AA, Rosen SD, Sundaram SK, Freeman SC, Pollock P, Jinks RC, Godsland IF, Kockelbergh R, Clarke NW, Kynaston HG, Parmar MKB, Abel PD. Cardiovascular outcomes in patients with locally advanced and metastatic prostate cancer treated with luteinising-hormone-releasing-hormone agonists or transdermal oestrogen: the randomised, phase 2 MRC PATCH trial (PR09). Lancet Oncology 2013; doi:10.1016/S1470-2045(13)70025-1 
Rosen SD. From heart to brain: genesis and processing of cardiac pain. Can J Cardiol (2012);28(2 Suppl):S7-19 
Ward NR, Cowie MR, Rosen SD et al. Utility of overnight pulse oximetry and heart rate variability analysis to screen for sleep-disordered breathing in chronic heart failure. Thorax. 2012 Nov;67(11):1000-5 
Patel H, Ozdemir BA, Patel M, Xiao HB, Poole-Wilson PA, Rosen SD. Impairment of autonomic reactivity is a feature of heart failure whether or not the left ventricular ejection fraction is normal. Int J Cardiol. (2010) May 17. 

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