Mario Trivellato MD
• Degree in Medicine, University of Padova, October 1967.
• A registered Doctor in the Medical Order of Padova, Italy.
• E.C.F.M.G. Certification, USA.
• Cardiology and Rheumatology.
• Anaesthesia and Reanimation.
• Internal Medicine.
• Former Director of the Service of Geriatric Cardiology of U.L.S.S. 16 Padova, Italy.
• Head of Organizational Module "Echocardiography" of U.L.S.S. 16. Padova, Italy.
• Creator and Project leader of (Women’s Wellness Program) in Padova, Italy (1998).
• Winner of 2 Research Fellowships “Fulbright-Hays” USA, 1972-73 e 1979-80.
• 1973-1974 and 1979-80 employed in the Cardiology Dept. of St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital - Texas Heart Institute (Houston - Texas - U.S.A.); Dr. Denton Cooley was the Chief of the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery.
• 1980 - employed in the Department of Cardiovascular Services and Clinical Investigations of the U.S. Public Health Service Hospital of Baltimore (Maryland-U.S.A.).
• Studied Doppler Echocardiography with Prof. Liv Hatle, at the University of Trondheim, Norway.
• Studied (Echocardiography Transesophageal with Prof. Peter Hanrath at the Aachen University in Germany.
• 1987 and 1992. Tutor of the course “The Management of Clinical Care”, A Course for Coordinators and Head Nurses. Padova, Italy.
• 2001 - Adjunct Professor of Cardiology and Rehabilitation at the University of Padova, Italy, School of Medicine. Lecturer for the Post Graduate course on Geriatrics.
• Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and of the Society of Geriatric Cardiology.
• Former President of the International Affairs Committee of the Society of Geriatric Cardiology.
• Honorary member of the Denton A. Cooley Cardiovascular Surgical Society.
• Founding member of the Texas Heart Institute Cardiac Society.
• Member of the ANMCO (Italian Association of Hospital Cardiologists), SIC (Italian Society of Cardiologists).
• 1987 -1988 Former President of the AVO Volunteers for the Hospital of Padua.
• Mentioned in WHO’S WHO IN THE WORLD Editions: 1984/1985, 2011 e 2012.
• Author of over 150 scientific publications, Speaker in numerous congresses of Cardiology: National, International and World Wide.
Special Skills: Transtelephonic electrocardiogram monitoring with Bluetooth and Loop Recorder, which allows to transmit an ECG automatically for up to 1 , 2 , 3 or more weeks from wherever the patient is in the world and whatever he or she happens to be doing, except swimming or having a bath.
• Colour Doppler Echocardiography.
• One of the first to describe Coronary anomalies as an expression associated with clinical coronary angiography, in particular, stressing how myocardial bridging sometimes may cause myocardial ischemia (World Congress of Cardiology, Tokyo 1978).
• The First to document carnitine deficiency in a certain category of patients who are bearers of mitral valve prolapse.
• The First in Italy to introduce the transtelephonic ECG.
• The first in Italy to study and document with advanced technology cardiotoxicity of some drugs used in chemiotherapy (Cardioncology).
• The First in Italy to study Ischemic Heart Disease in Women using an interdisciplinary modality ( Women’s Wellness Program ).
• Editor of the Italian version of the book "Practical Electrocardiography" by Henry J.L. Marriott ("Elettrocardiografia Pratica" Piccin Editor 1977, reprinted1980).
• Editor of the Italian version of the Atlas "Heart", part IV and V (pages 131-267) of the Ciba Collection ("Cuore", Ciba Geigy Editor, May 1981).
• Has done many interviews for local and national newspapers and TV stations. Published many articles in the field of Cardiology in local and national magazines and newspapers.
Member of the Padua Rotary Club, Italy:
• Paul Harris Fellow (PHF).
• Rotarian responsible for Rotary's relations between Italy - Turkey for the district 2060.
• President Elect of the Padua Rotary Club (2013/2014).
Member of the New York Academy of Sciences since 1982.
Named "Padovano Eccellente" 2009.