Cardiovascular Medicine CenterDoctor
Professor Lee used to be the dean of National Taiwan University Hospital, a world renowned expert in cardiac medicine. He was awarded the Fellow of the American and European Cardiac Society and served as the chairman of the Society of Atherosclerosis and Vascular Disease and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Treatment. As early as in the Republic of China in 72 years, Professor Li took the lead in the introduction of coronary artery balloon dilatation surgery and acute coronary artery acute coronary artery endocardial injection of Streptokinase, successful thrombosis rescue patients. 76 years in Asia's first successful heart transplant, Professor Lee can not go out. Professor Li Yuande's heart disease treatment impressive performance, covering coronary heart disease, heart failure and other fields
Professor Hong Ruisong in the United States have a complete training and qualifications; for the United States medical specialist, the American cardiology specialist. Professor Hung was the founding chairman of the Taiwan Society of Interventional Cardiovascular Medicine; the first coronary artery balloon expansion in Asia was completed in 1981. Professor Hong Ruisong's areas of expertise include hypertensive heart disease, heart failure, cardiac catheterization (coronary artery dilation, valvular balloon dilatation (mitral, aortic valve), etc.)
Dr. Zhou Xiangtai is a medical doctor from Japan's National Kobe University. He used to be a physician of cardiology of Taipei Veterans General Hospital and a fellow of cardiology of the University of California, San Francisco. Awarded the American College of Cardiology. Chow's specialty is in medical treatment of cardiovascular disease, especially hypertension and heart failure, as well as various cardiac imaging diagnostics such as echocardiography and 640-cut computed tomography coronary angiography. Dr. Zhou's research focuses on Cardiac Ultrasound, Cardiology, Molecular Cardiology and Cardiomyopathies.
Dr. Ping-Han Lo specializes in different types of transcatheter interventions including coronary artery stent implantation, percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) for chronic total occlusion (CTO), carotid artery stenting (CAS), percutaneous balloon dilatation of rheumatic mitral stenosis, catheter-assisted surgery for aortic stenosis (transcatheter aortic valve placement included), catheter ablation for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, transcatheter closure of atrial septal defect in congenital heart disease, LAAC for stroke prevention in AF, PTA in uremic patients on hemodialysis and peripheral vascular stent insertion (renal artery, subclavian artery, iliac artery, femoral artery and vertebral artery)
Dr. Pei-Ying Pai was a researcher in the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. Dr. Pei-Ying Pai has been serving in China Medical University Hospital since 1989 and was the director of the division of cardiology and the director of the division of general internal medicine. In addition to rich experience, Dr. Pei-Ying Pai is kind and patient, and treat patients as family. Dr. Pei-Ying Pai specializes not only in the diagnoses and treatments of hypertension, heart failure and coronary artery disease (CAD), but also the implementation of heart ultrasound. He has completed more than 10,000 cases of ultrasound examination in recent years.
Dr. Shi-Sheng Tsou has served in our hospital over twenty years since graduating. He has taken the position of the director of inpatient ward since the establishment of the division of general internal medicine in 2006 and built a better communication way between physicians and nurses. He is an exceptional physician of attentiveness and patience. Dr. Shi-Sheng Tsou is good at physical examination and logical thinking, and especially specializes in heart ultrasound, heart failure, hypertension and integrated medical services. He is a role model for other medical personnel since that he not only exerts his professional skills but also manages his own family well and actively engages in leisure activities such as mountain climbing and swimming.