Hüseyin Ince
Director, Department of Internal Medicine – Cardiology and Conservative Intensive Medicine

Prof. Dr. med. Hüseyin Ince

  • German Association of Cardiology (DGK)
  • European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions (EAPCI)
  • Federal Association of German Internists (BDI)
  • Editorial Board of the Archive of the Turkish Society for Cardiology

Full Spectrum

  • Transfemoral aortic valve implantation (TAVI)
  • Interventional therapy of mitral insufficiency (MitraClip)
  • Interventional Closure of para-valvular leakages in the region of the aortic and mitral valve
  • Percutaneous closure of the left atrial appendage (LAA)
  • Closure of structural defects of the atrial septum (PFO and ASD)
  • Transcoronary ablation of the septum in HOCM (TASH)
  • Endovascular therapy of thoracic aortic diseases like aneurysm, dissection, coarctation Echocardiography, Stress-Echocardiography, Transesophageal Echocardiography, 3D-Echocardiography
  • Heart catheter examinations with stent implantation including modern methods like IVUS, FFR, OCT as well as rotablation and recanalization of chronic coronary occlusions
  • Electrophysiological examinations
  • Catheter ablation of supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias with modern methods (3D-Mapping System, Cryoablation, Laser-Ablation)
  • Implantation of cardiac pacemakers, defibrillators, CRT-systems and eventrecorders

Curriculum Vitae

Since 2013
Director of the Departments for Internal Medicine – Cardiology and Conservative Intensive Medicine, Vivantes Friedrichshain Hospital and Vivantes Urban Hospital, Berlin, Germany

Professor for Cardiology at the University of Rostock, Germany

Deputy director of the department of Cardiology, University of Rostock, Germany

Specialist in Cardiology, University of Rostock, Germany

Postdoctoral lecture qualification (Habilitation), University of Rostock, Germany

Specialist in Internal Medicine, University of Rostock, Germany

1992 - 1999
Study of Human Medicine at the Universities of Brussels, Belgium and Hamburg, Germany