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Klaus P. Rentrop, M.D.

Clinical Professor;
Department of Medicine (Cardio Div)

Clinical Addresses

NEW YORK, NY 10010
Hours: Mon. 7:30 - 6; Tue. 7:30 - 6; Wed. 7:30 - 6; Thu. 7:30 - 6; Fri. 7:30 - 6
Handicap Access: yes
Phone: 212-475-8066
Fax: 212-475-4175

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Medical Specialties

Interventional Cardiology, Cardiology

Medical Expertise

Cardiac Cath (Diagnostic), Lipid Metabolism, Cardiac Cath (Interventional), Arteriosclerosis, Radionuclide Imaging Cardilogy, Coronary Artery Disease




AETNA HMO, AETNA POS, AETNA PPO, Aetna EPO, Affinity (Medicaid), Americhoice (aka UHC Community), Beech Street, Empire BCBS EPO, Empire BCBS HMO, Empire BCBS Healthy NY, Empire BCBS Indemnity, Empire BCBS POS, Empire BCBS PPO, Fidelis (Medicaid), Great West Insurance, Group Health Insurance (GHI), HEALTHNET HMO, HEALTHNET PPO, HealthFirst (Medicaid), HealthNet POS, Local 1199, Medicare, Multiplan, NYS EMPIRE PLAN, Neighborhood (Medicaid), Oxford Freedom Plan, Oxford Liberty, Oxford Medicare, Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS)

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Board Certification

1973 — Ab Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine


1968-1970 — Detroit Medical Center (Internal Medicine), Residency Training
1968-1970 — Detroit Medical Center (Internal Medicine), Internship
1970-1971 — Cleveland Clinic Hospital (Internal Medicine), Residency Training
1971-1973 — Cleveland Clinic Hospital (Cardiovascular Disease), Clinical Fellowships

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All data from NYU Health Sciences Library Faculty Bibliography — -


Therapeutic options in acute myocardial infarction
Coppola, J T; Shaoulian, E M; Rentrop, P
1989 Jun;95(6):1309-1315, Chest
— id: 86587, year: 1989, vol: 95, page: 1309, stat: Journal Article,

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.
1989 Jul;14(1):58-64, Journal of the American College of Cardiology
— id: 37091, year: 1989, vol: 14, page: 58, stat: Journal Article,

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
1989 Nov;80(5):1166-1175, Circulation
— id: 37090, year: 1989, vol: 80, page: 1166, stat: Journal Article,

Determinants and protective potential of coronary arterial collaterals as assessed by an angioplasty model