Dr PHILIPPE BEURET

Cardiologist & Deputy Medical Director
Cardiology

Former chief physician for medical-surgical intensive care at the Riviera Chablais Hospital, Dr Philippe Beuret is a graduate of the Lausanne Faculty of Medicine and FMH specialist in internal medicine, cardiology and intensive care. He has pursued a career combining cardiology and intensive care at the CHUV and then in the hospitals of Aigle, Monthey, Rennaz and at the Cecil Clinic in Lausanne. He joined Clinique La Prairie in 2020 as a cardiologist and then Deputy Medical Director.

Specialisation

  • Cardiology
  • Internal Medicine

Qualifications

  • Doctorate in Medicine
  • FMH Cardiology
  • FMH Internal Medicine
  • FMH Intensive Care

Schools

  • Medical degree, University of Lausanne

Spoken languages

  • French
  • English
  • German

Affiliations

  • Swiss Society of Cardiology
  • Swiss Society for Intensive Care

Publications

  • Cardiac arrest: prognostic factors and outcome at one year. Resuscitation 1993; 25.171-179
  • Risk stratification after myocardial infarction Med and Hyg 1992; 50: 1621-24
  • The veno-arterial CO2 gradient and its relationship to cardiac output. Med and Hyg 1992; 50
  • Effectiveness of percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty in cadiogenic shock during acute myocardial infarction. Am J. Cardiol 1992; 69:968-969
  • Comparison of results of intravenous infusion of Anistreplase versus Streptokinase in acute myocardial infarction. Am J Cardiol 1993; 71:274-280
  • Volemic status influences the response of plasma atrial natriuretic factor to positive airway pressure (PEEP). Chest 1996; 109 (5): 1313-1319

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