Garcia-Villarreal OA


Ovidio a garcía villarreal has completed his post-graduate in Cardiovascular Surgery from Universidad National Autonomous de México at Hospital General Centro Doctor La Raza, IMSS, Mexico. D.F. Fellowship at Centre Cardiologique du Nord, Saint Denis, France .Winner of the prize: National prize for surgery "dr. Francisco mounts of goose” 2000, by the Academia Mexicana de Surgery (2000). He is the precursor and forerunner of the Cox-maze procedure for atrial fibrillation in Mexico. Also, he is pioneering in the field of mitral valve repair and has the most experience in Mexico. Dr. Garcia-Villarreal has published more scientific articles related to cardiac surgery in Pub Med, and more articles in other medical indexes. He has dictated more conferences and key-note lectures in national and international cardiac surgery meetings. Professor Garcia-Villarreal has taught more workshop (hands-on) on mitral valve repair and atrial fibrillation surgery. He is reviser in more international journals. Actually, he is the President of the Mexican Society of Cardiac Surgery (2015-2017) and Editor-in-Chief of the journal Cirugia cardiaca en mexico.

Research Interests:

His research interests mainly focus on Aortic Arch surgery, Aortic valve surgery, Mini-invasive surgery, Aortic valve-sparing operations, Left atrial reduction, CAB surgery, Surgery for atrial fibrillation (Cox-Maze III, Cox-Maze IV), Mitral valve reconstruction, and Mitral valve surgery.

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