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- Coronary angiography
- Fractional flow reserve (FFR)
- Interventional cardiology
- Percutaneous coronary intervention with/without stenting
- Reporting of echocardiography
Dr David Brull qualified in 1992 from the Royal Free Hospital Medical School. During specialist training he completed a period in clinical research for which he was awarded his MD thesis. He became Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians in 2007.
Dr Brull was appointed Consultant Cardiologist at the Whittington Hospital and The Heart Hospital, University College Hospitals London in October 2003 and is the Cardiology Clinical Lead at the Whittington Hospital. He has broad experience in managing patients with all common cardiac conditions including angina, hypertension, heart failure, referrals for investigation of alpitations and collapse, cardiovascular risk assessment, perioperative cardiac assessment and treatment of elevated cholesterol levels.
Dr Brull’s main interest and specialist training is in percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) for the treatment of coronary artery disease. He helped set up the Heart Attack Service at The Heart Hospital, UCLH.
In addition Dr Brull has a specialist interest in cardiopulmonary exercise testing in perioperative risk assessment for patients prior to elective general and bariatric surgery.
Areas of interest
Acute coronary syndrome (ACS); Cardiovascular medicine; Coronary and ischaemic heart disease; Interventional cardiology;Hypertension;Heart failure;Lipids;Perioperative assessment;
Dr Brull has broad experience in managing patients with all common cardiac conditions including angina, hypertension, heart failure, referrals for investigation of palpitations and collapse, cardiovascular risk assessment, perioperative cardiac assessment and treatment of elevated cholesterol levels
- Danielle Brull
My current published British Cardiac Intervention Society data for PCI ("angioplasty and stenting") outcomes are excellent with a lower than expected major complication rate.
My MACE data (major complication rate) on more than 290 patients treated show a MACE rate below 1% (lower than expected) reflecting good outcomes and safe practice despite more than half of the intervention cases being on unstable patients with acute coronary syndromes.
- MBBS University of London 1992
- BSc University of London 1989
- MD University of London 2002
- FRCP Royal college of Physicians 2007
Details of entry to specialist register
- Cardiology and GIM, 1992
Affiliations / memberships
British Cardiovascular Society
British Cardiovascular Intervention Society
- Centre for Human Health & Performance 76...
- 09:00 - 12:00
- 020 7637 7677
- Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth, NW8 9NH
- 18:00 - 19:30
- 020 7806 4080
- North London Cardiovascular Unit, NW11 7HB
- 18:30 - 20:00
- 020 8455 9989
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.
In the event of an urgent query following treatment, Bupa members should use the following contact details
Mobile 07932 634 941