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Dr. Lowell F. Satler

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Medical Director of the Cardiovas...

Phone: (202) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
110 Irving Street Nw
Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20010
United States

Company Description: Not only does MedStar Washington Hospital Center provide care to the underserved in our community, but also it is consistently recognized for its high level of care...   more

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  • MD
  • M.D.
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Lowell F. Satler, MD
DAPT Study - For Clinicians - Investigator of the Month, 1 Sept 2010 [cached]
Dr. Lowell Satler of Washington Hospital Center named DAPT Study Investigator of the Month DAPT Study - For Clinicians - Investigator of the Month
DAPT Study
Dr. Lowell Satler
Clinical Institution Washington Hospital Center
Dr. Lowell Satler
Lowell F. Satler, M.D.,specializes in Cardiovascular Diseases. Dr. Satler is the medical director of the Cardiovascular Training and Educational Center at Washington Hospital Center, as well as the director of Coronary Interventions. He is an assistant clinical professor in Medicine within the Division of Cardiology at Georgetown University Hospital.
Prior to these appointments, Dr. Satler was on the staff of many universities, including an appointment as assistant instructor in Medicine at Albany Medical College. Preceding his current position at Georgetown University Hospital, his positions at Georgetown included instructor in Medicine, Division of Cardiology, assistant professor in Medicine, Division of Cardiology, and clinical director of Cardiology.
Dr. Satler writes and publishes extensively. To date, his repertoire includes more than 400 scholarly publications and nearly 400 abstracts.
The Sun Herald | 12/14/2006 | Doctors expect to reduce use of angioplasties, 14 Dec 2006 [cached]
The study's findings, presented last month at an American Heart Association scientific session and published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Dec. 7, offer new information for how to deal with patients who don't see a doctor until several days after a heart attack, said Lowell Satler, director of interventional cardiology at Washington Hospital Center.
"Once the artery is occluded and you're late, it may not be useful to open it up," he said.
"We need to be very attuned to listening to patients when they're complaining of chest pain and rapidly try to assess" the cause of their pain, Satler said, because "it has the potential to reduce mortality."
Lowell Satler, director of interventional cardiology at Washington Hospital Center
Lowell F. Satler, MD, 7 Oct 2004 [cached]
Lowell F. Satler, M.D.
Associate Director, Catheterization Laboratory
Lowell F. Satler, MD
Dr. Lowell Salter is a graduate of the six-year biomedical program at Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute and Albany Medical College.He subsequently completed a medical residency at Albany Medical College and a cardiology fellowship at the University of Alabama.He then pursued a career in academic cardiology, joining the Georgetown faculty in 1983.In 1990, he developed staff privileges at the Washington Hospital Center and since has been well renowned in the application of new coronary device developments in interventional cardiology.
His area of interest is both complex coronary disease, high risk intervention and acute myocardial infarction coronary intervention, participating as the principal investigator in multiple clinical trials.His additional areas of expertise also include carotid artery stenting.He has developed web based software allowing transmission of digital CDs through the web, increasing tele-cardiology capabilities for the evaluation of patients.
Albany, N.Y. --, 30 Sept 2003 [cached]
Drug-eluting stents "hold the promise of reducing restenosis," said Lowell Satler, associate director of the Washington Hospital Center's Cardiac Catheterization Lab, one of the busiest angioplasty centers in the nation.
Of the 400 or so stents implanted monthly at the Hospital Center, 270 are drug-eluting stents, according to Satler.
As health care expenses soar and hospitals tighten their fiscal belts, the price of drug-eluting stents worries a lot of cardiologists, including Satler.
"Until the cost comes down, we are limited in the way we are going to use them," he says.
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