Prof. Dr. med. J. Ennker


Prof. Dr. Jürgen Ennker is an internationally recognized specialist in heart surgery, thoracic and vascular surgery and has over 18 years of experience as Medical Director of the Heart Center Lahr / Baden.
He was the responsible surgeon of more than 50,000 cardiac surgeries.

Professor Ennker published over 200 publications in medical journals.

2015 Consultant physician at HELIOS Hospital Siegburg

2014 Visiting Professor, Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery, University of Alexandria in Egypt

2009 Professor at University of Witten Herdecke

1994 Medical Director of the Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery Herzzentrum Lahr / Baden

1994 Habilitation at FU Berlin (free university)

1991 Specialist for cardiac surgery (Berlin Medical Association)

1988 Specialist in Thoracic and cardiovascular surgery (Berlin Medical Association)

1986 Recognized Surgeon (Medical Association of Lower Saxony)

1980 Training in surgery at Medical University of Hannover

1979 MD, Universities of Hannover, Cape Town, Freiburg

International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery

European Board of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons

Michael E. de Bakey International Surgical Society

International Association for Cardiac Biological Implants

American Heart Association

Koertke H, Zittermann A, Wagner O, Secer S; Christ of Huth, Sciangula A, Saggau W, Sack FU, Ennker J, Cremer J, Musumeci F, Gummert JF. Telemedicine-guided, very low-dose international normalized ratio self-control in patients with mechanical heart valve implants. Eur Heart J. 2015 Jun 1;36(21):1297-305.

Koertke H, Ennker J, Koerfer R. INR self-management permits lower anticoagulation levels after mechanical heart valve replacement. Circulation. 2003 Sep 9;108 Suppl 1:II75-8.

Hausmann H, Warnecke H, Ennker J, Topp H, Schiessler A, Hempel B, Friedel N, Schmitt D, Hetzer R. Survival predictors in patients with a left ventricular ejection fraction of 10-30% receiving a coronary bypass: analysis of preoperative variables. Cardiovasc Surg. 1993 Oct;1(5):558-62.

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