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MUDr. Jana Vrbská

Senior consultant of Ward A

Phone: 23 605 5121, 23 605 5093, 23 605 5107
E-mail: jana.vrbska@ikem.cz

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Absolvovala Fakultu všeobecného lékařství Univerzity Karlovy v Praze v roce 1985 (obor všeobecného lékařství). V témže roce nastoupila na II. interní výzkumnou základnu (později Klinika kardiologie) IKEM, kde pracuje dosud.

V roce 1989 složila atestaci z interního lékařství I. stupně a v roce 1994 nástavbovou atestaci z kardiologie. V letech 1988 – 2005 pracovala na oddělení akutní kardiologie, od roku 2005 je vedoucí lůžkového oddělení A Kliniky kardiologie (kromě standardních lůžek je součástí oddělení i 12 lůžek JIP nižšího stupně).

Oblastí zájmu dr. Vrbské je echokardiografická diagnostika, intenzivní péče v kardiologii, léčba pokročilých forem srdečního selhání a transplantační problematika v kardiologii.
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MUDr. Adrian Reichenbach M.D.

Head of B ward

Phone: 2 360 5108
E-mail: adrian.reichenbach@ikem.cz

Mgr. Jiřina Králová

Charge nurse of Ward A

Phone: 23 605 5107, 23 605 5093
E-mail: jirina.kralova@ikem.cz

Mgr. Vladana Fišerová

Charge nurse of Ward B

Phone: 23 605 5108
E-mail: vladana.fiserova@ikem.cz

The Cardiology Department has two standard wards found in pavilion F – IKEM, Ward A on the 4th floor, Ward B on the 5th floor.

The wards A and B have 10 triple and 3 single rooms with the option of telemetric ECG monitoring. 12 beds in ward A comprise the intensive care unit.

Operation at the wards is focused on the diagnosis and therapy of a wide spectrum of cardiovascular diseases, particularly ischaemic heart disease, valvular defects, arrhythmias and cardiomyopathy.

Patients with ischaemic heart disease, admitted in the scheduled mode for diagnostic coronarography with the perspective of coronary angioplasty or surgical treatment, represent the largest portion of all patients. Complete pre-operative assessments are done in cases of surgical revascularisation. Furthermore, we admit patients after acute myocardial infarction, treated by direct coronary angioplasty, for after-treatment and rehabilitation from the intensive care unit, or for preparation for subsequent catheter or surgical revascularisation.

Patients with valvular defects are admitted with the perspective of be indicated and prepared, as appropriate, for surgical therapy. In cases of less advanced defects, the patients are monitored at our outpatient office with the aim of an optimal timing of their surgical treatment. Furthermore, the department concentrates patients after valvular defect surgeries with complicated post-operative periods or with suspected dysfunction of their valvular replacements, for consideration of a potential surgical revision.

The wards admit, in the scheduled mode, patients for catheterisation treatment of supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias. If a serious arrhythmia requiring pacemaker or cardioverter-defibrillator implantation is confirmed, we prepare the patients and provide subsequent care.

Bed on ward A

Patients with advanced heart failure undergo a detailed assessment process aimed at evaluating whether the patient should be added to the waiting list for heart transplantation or whether any alternative therapy should be proposed to delay the transplantation (optimisation of medicamentous therapy or resynchronisation therapy). Patients on the waiting list are monitored at our divisions on a regular basis in 3-month intervals with right heart catheterisation and evaluation of the disease progression, adjustment of their therapy or potential listing for urgent transplantation.

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