Antoni Bayés-Genís

Antoni Bayés-Genís

Head of the Cardiology Department

Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Barcelona, Spain

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Biography

Dr Antoni Bayés-Genís is Professor of Cardiology at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain and Head of the Cardiology Department at the University Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Barcelona.

Dr Bayés-Genís is also an expert on biomarker, including natriuretic peptides ST2 and neprilysin, having lectured on the subject at numerous international meetings and generated research data that were later included in clinical guidelines.

Professor Bayés-Genís is past President of the Catalan Society of Cardiology, past Editor of Revista Española de Cardiología, and a member of the Royal Academy of Medicine of Catalonia. He has authored over 250 scientific papers, which have generated 8 international patents.

Other Merits:
Editor of the Spanish Journal of Cardiology.
Member of scientific societies:
Catalan Society of Cardiology - Spanish Society of Cardiology - Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology (FESC)
President-elect of the Catalan Society of Cardiology
Member of the Reial Acadèmia de Medicina de Catalunya

Articles

Heart Failure Treatment by Device

Antoni Bayés-Genís,

Published:

Citation: European Cardiology Review 2020;15:e17.

Destination Therapy with Left Ventricular Assist Devices in Non-transplant Centres: The Time is Right

Antoni Bayés-Genís, Christian Muñoz-Guijosa, Evelyn Santiago-Vacas, et al

Published:

Citation: European Cardiology Review 2020;15:e19.

Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction in Heart Failure

Josep Lupón, Antoni Bayés-Genís,

Citation: European Cardiology Review 2018;13(2):91–2.

Highlights Of The 2016 European Society Of Cardiology Guidelines On Heart Failure

Antoni Bayés-Genís,

Citation: European Cardiology Review 2017;12(2):76–7

Keywords

Cell Culture, Heart Failure, Genetic Engineering, Chronic Heart Failure, Cardiology, Electrocardiography, Acute Heart Failure, Cardiovascular, Heart, Cardiovascular System, Heart Rate Variability, Acute Coronary Syndrome, ECG, Cardiac Regeneration