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- General cardiology
- Interventional cardiology
I am a consultant cardiologist with specialist interest in percutaneous coronary intervention. I qualified at Liverpool University 1998 and most of my basic and higher medical training was in the north west. My specialist training in coronary intervention was at Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital. I have a PhD in coronary microvascular function. I have worked as a consultant in the Morecambe bay area and have been appointed as a full time consultant in Lancashire Cardiac Centre. I have an interest intra coronary imaging and intra-coronary physiology and complex PCI.
Areas of interest
Ischaemic Heart disease;
OCT and IVUS;
- Julie Fothergill
- Blackpool Wyre & Fylde Health Authority Victoria Hospital Whinney Heys Road Blackpool FY3 8NR
- 01253 951067
- 01253 957801
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Interventional Cardiologist
Lancashire Cardiac Centre
Blackpool Teaching hospital
Coronary microvascular function
British Heart Foundation Clinical Research Training Fellowship (February 2008) £106,548.00
Cordis Clinical Cardiology Scholarship (March 2006)
Peel Medical Research trust (Jan 2007) £2,000
B. Patel, R. Stables. “The stent that got away ”Rencontres Interventionnelles Transradial Approach. 1st Prize Best angio review case. Barcelona June 2013
B. Patel, M.Andron “Friday afternoon at LHCH” North west angio review meeting 1st Prize best case. May 2013
(Additional) Languages spoken
Murray SW, Patel B, Stables RH, Perry RA, Palmer ND. Diagn Ther. 2014 Aug;4(4):287-98. doi: 10.3978/j.issn.2223-3652.2014.07.03.
Site-specific intravascular ultrasound analysis of remodelling index and calcified necrosis patterns reveals novel blueprints for coronary plaque instability.
Khand A, Patel B, Palmer N, Jones J, Andron M, Perry R, Mehrotra S, Mitsudo K.Retrograde Wiring of Collateral Channels of the Heart in Chronic Total Occlusions: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Safety, Feasibility, and Incremental Value in Achieving Revascularization. 2015 Mar 10. pii: 0003319715573902. [Epub ahead of print]
A. Khand, M.Fisher, J.Jones, B.Patel, R.Perry, K.Mitsudo. The collateral circulation of the heart in coronary total arterial occlusions in man: Systematic review of assessment and pathophysiology 941-952. Am H Journal, Dec 2013
B. Patel M. Fisher. Therapeutic Advances in Myocardial Microvascular Resistance: Unravelling the Enigma. 131-147 Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Aug 2010 PMID 20546779
S. A. Hayat, B. Patel, R. S. Khattar and R. A. Malik Diabetic cardiomyopathy: mechanisms, diagnosis and treatment .539–557 Clin. Sci Dec 2004 PMID 15341511
S.Murray, R.Stables, B.Patel, R.Perry, N.Palmer. Operator Blinded Virtual Histology Intravascular Ultrasound Observations of Usual Stent
Deployment Practice in Acute Coronary Syndromes. The OBVIOUS-ACS study. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2013;62(18_S1):B182-B182
B.Patel, P Browning, G.Hart, M.Fisher. Low Index of Microcirculatory Resistance Pre PCI Predicts Worsening Microvascular Function post PCI. American Heart Association Scientific sessions. Poster Presentation. November 2010.
B Patel, L.Smith, G. Hart, M.Fisher. The reduction in microvascular resistance following PCI in the adjacent vessel territory is not related to collateral flow index. American College of Cardiology i2 summit Poster presentation March 2010.
Patel B, Smith L ,Alahmar A, Browning P, Hart G, Fisher M. The inflammatory response post percutaneous coronary intervention is associated with increased microvascular resistance in patients with stable angina. European Heart Journal (2009) 30 (Abstract Supplement), 248
B Patel, L.Smith, P.Browning, G. Hart, M.Fisher. PCI causes reduction in microvascular resistance in the adjacent vessel bed. American College of Cardiology i2 summit Poster presentation March 2009.
- MB ChB University of Liverpool 1998
- MRCP UK Royal College Physicians Edinburgh 2002
- PhD University of Liverpool 2012
Reference number 4552226
Details of entry to specialist register
- Cardiology CCT, 2014
Affiliations / memberships
Royal College of Physicians
British Cardiac Interventional Society
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