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Mr Dominic Rogers

  • Consultant Cardiologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer

Specialties

ICDs, CRT, pacing
Heart failure
Coronary angiography

Specialist Clinical Interests

Arrhythmia, heart failure, sudden cardiac death, myocardial infarction

Research Interests

Device therapy in heart failure; arrhythmia

Professional Profile

He was appointed as a Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal Free Hospital in London in 2009, where he was clinical lead for devices and also worked as an interventional consultant. In 2014 he moved to the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield where he now works. His specialist interests are devices (pacing, ICDs and CRT) and heart failure.

Education and Training

Dr Dominic Rogers qualified from Addenbrooke’s Medical school in Cambridge. His cardiology training took place at St Bartholomew’s Hospital and The Heart Hospital, UCLH in London, where he undertook research into multisite pacing, leading to an MD.

Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies and university posts

Honorary senior lecturer, Sheffield university

Publications

Publications
 
A study of implanted cardiac rhythm recorders in advanced cardiac AL amyloidosis
RH Sayed, D Rogers, F Khan, AD Wechalekar, HJ Lachmann, M Fontana, European heart journal, 2014
 
Is CRT pro-arrhythmic? A comparative analysis of the occurrence of ventricular arrhythmias between patients implanted with CRTs and ICDs
AB Gopalamurugan, GG Babu, DP Rogers, AL Simpson, SY Ahsan. Frontiers in physiology 2014
 
A simple infection-control protocol to reduce serious cardiac device infections
SY Ahsan, B Saberwal, PD Lambiase, CY Koo, S Lee, et al..Europace 2014
 
An 8-year single-centre experience of cardiac resynchronisation therapy: procedural success, early and late complications, and left ventricular lead performance
SY Ahsan, B Saberwal, PD Lambiase, S Chaubey, OR Segal, ..
Europace 2013
 
A randomized double‐blind crossover trial of triventricular versus biventricular pacing in heart failure
DPS Rogers, PD Lambiase, MD Lowe, AWC Chow. European journal of heart failure 2012
 
A heart without hormones
JD Lane, NG Keenan, P Bouloux, D Rogers. The Lancet 2012
 
Improving safety in the electrophysiology laboratory using a simple radiation dose reduction strategy: a study of 1007 radiofrequency ablation procedures
DPS Rogers, F England, K Lozhkin, MD Lowe, PD Lambiase, AWC Chow. Heart, 2010

Effect of biventricular pacing on symptoms and cardiac remodelling in patients with end‐stage hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
DPS Rogers, S Marazia, AW Chow, PD Lambiase, MD Lowe, ..European journal of heart failure 2008

 

Additional Information

Contact details

Telephone Number: 0114 3052454

Secretary

Name: Neil Shaw
Tel: (0114) 226 6113
Fax: (0114) 261 0350

 

 

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