Cardiologists

Prof Prash Sanders

Prash graduated with honours from the University of Adelaide in 1994. He undertook Physician and Cardiology training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. He then undertook clinical training in Cardiac Electrophysiology at the Royal Melbourne Hospital under the mentorship of Professor Jonathan Kalman. During this time he also completed his PhD… Read more

Assoc Prof Kurt Roberts-Thomson

Associate Professor Kurt Roberts-Thomson graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1998. He undertook his Cardiology training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. He then proceeded on to clinical training in Cardiac Electrophysiology and pacing at the Royal Melbourne Hospital under the guidance of Professor Jonathan Kalman. He also completed his… Read more

Assoc Prof Dennis Lau

Dennis graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1997. He undertook Physician training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Cardiology training at the Austin and Repatriation Hospital in Victoria. Following his clinical cardiology training, Dennis moved to South Australia to join the Electrophysiology team at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in… Read more

Dr Rajiv Mahajan

Dr Rajiv Mahajan graduated from the University of Delhi in 1997. He continued his Physician training at the University of Delhi and then Cardiology training at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. His specialist training has been recognised by the RACP and he has been awarded fellowship of…

Dr Michael Stokes

Dr Michael Stokes is a Cardiologist with an interest in heart failure, cardiac imaging, pulmonary hypertension and general cardiology. After completion of his medical degree at the University of Adelaide in 2006, Michael undertook his basic physician training and 2 years of advanced training in cardiology at St Vincent's Hospital,… Read more
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  • Professor Sanders says...

     
    Atrial fibrillation is a consequence of several reversible risk factors - high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, sleep apnoea, and excessive alcohol. Your management of atrial fibrillation must include strict control of these risk factors.