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Klaus Rentrop

Clinical Professor, Department of Medicine

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212/475-8066


Serial angiographic assessment of coronary artery obstruction and collateral flow in acute myocardial infarction. Report from the second Mount Sinai-New York University Reperfusion Trial
Rentrop KP; Feit F; Sherman W; Thornton JC. Serial angiographic assessment of coronary artery obstruction and collateral flow in acute myocardial infarction. Report from the second Mount Sinai-New York University Reperfusion Trial. Circulation. 1989 Nov ;80(5):1166-1175 (37090)

Late thrombolytic therapy preserves left ventricular function in patients with collateralized total coronary occlusion: primary end point findings of the Second Mount Sinai-New York University Reperfusion Trial
Rentrop KP; Feit F; Sherman W; Stecy P; Hosat S; Cohen M; Rey M; Ambrose J; Nachamie M; Schwartz W; et al.. Late thrombolytic therapy preserves left ventricular function in patients with collateralized total coronary occlusion: primary end point findings of the Second Mount Sinai-New York University Reperfusion Trial. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 1989 Jul ;14(1):58-64 (37091)

Therapeutic options in acute myocardial infarction
Coppola, J T; Shaoulian, E M; Rentrop, P. Therapeutic options in acute myocardial infarction. Chest. 1989 Jun ;95(6):1309-1315 (86587)

Determinants and protective potential of coronary arterial collaterals as assessed by an angioplasty model
Rentrop KP; Thornton JC; Feit F; Van Buskirk M. Determinants and protective potential of coronary arterial collaterals as assessed by an angioplasty model. American journal of cardiology. 1988 Apr 1;61(10):677-684 (37092)

RECRUITABLE COLLATERALS PREDICTED BY LESION SEVERITY
Rentrop, P; Thornton, J; Feit, F; Cohen, M; Cohen, B. RECRUITABLE COLLATERALS PREDICTED BY LESION SEVERITY [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 1987 Feb;9(2):A182-A182 (31280)