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Electrophysiologist

Martin Kloosterman


Electrophysiologist

Martin Kloosterman



  • Education
  • Experience
  • Diplomas

1999 Fellowship in Cardiac Electrophysiology
University of Miami/ Jackson Memorial Hospital
Miami, Florida

1998 Fellowship in Clinical Cardiology
University of Miami/ Jackson Memorial Hospital
Miami, Florida

1995 Residency in Internal Medicine
University of Miami/ Jackson Memorial Hospital
Miami, Florida

1991 Residency in Internal Medicine
Academia Nacional de Medicinia/
Fundacion Hermenegilda H. Pombo
Buenos Aires – Argentina

1989 Medical Doctor
Universidad de Buenos Aires – Argentina

1997/2000 Tutorial Course of Instruction in Acute Cardiac Care for the Practicing Physician.
Lecturer at this week long seminar, directed by Dr. Lemberg, given seven times a year.

AWARDS
1997/1998 Harry Botwick Memorial Award
For Superior Performance as a Cardiology Fellow

1999 TESTAMUR NASPExAM

1999 Board Certified in Cardiac Electrophysiology
2009 Recertified in Cardiac Electrophysiology

1998 Board Certified in Cardiovascular Diseases
2008 Recertified in Cardiovascular Disease

1998 Approved for CARTO (Biosense) System Operation

1997 Board Certified in Internal Medicine

1995 Licensed in the State of Florida

2010 Renewal Florida Medical License

2010 DEA License

2010-2012 ACLS

  • Hospitals Privileges
  • Publications

1. Broward General Medical Center

2. Holy Cross Hospital

3. Boca Raton Regional Hospital

4. Delray Medical Center

5. West Boca Raton Community Hospital

6. North West Medical Center

7. North Broward Medical Center

Kloosterman E., Yamamura K., Mitrani R., Julia AlbaMyerburg R., Interian A. Jr. An Innovative Application of Three Dimensional Electromagnetic Voltage Mapping. Submitted for publication in Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology (JCE) 1/2000.

Kloosterman EM, Castellanos A., Interian Jr. A., Mitrani R. Mapeo y Ablación de Taquicardias Auriculares Complejas por Macrorrentrada. Más allá de las Técnicas Convencionales. Edición Latina de Electrofisiología, 1999; vol 5:3: 99-104.

Yamamura K., Kloosterman E., Love P., Alba J., Garcia F., Mitrani R., Interian A. Jr. Simultaneous Comparison of Pacemakers Implantation in the Electrophysiology Laboratory versus the Operating Room. Accepted for publication in PACE 4/1999.

Kloosterman E., Yamamura K., Mitrani R., Castellanos A., Interian A. Jr. Role of Adenosine in the Differential Diagnosis of Atrial Tachycardia from Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardias. Abstract North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology (NASPE) 1999.

Mitrani R., Kloosterman E., Yamamura K., Simmons J., Interian A. Jr, Castellanos A.,Myerburg R.. Role of Adenosine in the Differential Diagnosis of Atrial Tachycardia from Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardias. Abstract North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology (NASPE) 1999.

Myerburg R., Kloosterman E., Yamamura K., Mitrani R., Interian A. Jr., Castellanos A. The Case for Inpatient Initiation of Antiarrhythmic Therapy. Article Accepted for Publication, JACC.

Kloosterman E., Love P., Alba J., Maias H, Garcia F., Dylewski J., Mitrani R., Interian A. Jr. Simultaneous Comparison of Pacemakers Implantation in the Electrophysiology Laboratory versus the Operating Room. Archives des Maladies du Cœur et des Vaisseaux. 1998; 11 (3): 312 (Abstract)

Mitrani R., Interian A. Jr, Dylewski J., Kloosterman E., Atapattu S., Muñoz L., Castellanos A. and Myerburg R. Edophonium Hydrochloride Does Not Elevate Ventricular Fibrillation Thresholds in Humans. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 1998; 31 ( suppl 2A): 90A. (Abstract)

Mitrani R., Interian A. Jr, Dylewski J., Kloosterman E.,Atapattu S., Muñoz L., Castellanos A. and Myerburg R. Edophonium Hydrochloride Does Not Elevate Ventricular Fibrillation Thresholds in Humans. Article Submitted for Publication.

Kloosterman E., Yamamura K., Interian A. Jr, Castellanos A. Mitrani R. Desfibrilador Cardíaco. Cardiodesfibrilador Bicameral: Diagnóstico de Taquicardias Supraventriculares. Reblampa. 1998; 11(4): 207-209.

Mitrani R., Kloosterman E., Interian A. Jr, Castellanos A. Desfibrilador Cardíaco. Reblampa. 1998; 11(3):135-137.

Interian A. Jr, Kloosterman E., Alba J., Maias H.,Dylewski J., Mitrani R., Myerburg R. Isoproterenol Inducibility in Patients with SVT. Archives des Maladies du Cœur et des Vaisseaux. 1998; 11 (3): 125 (Abstract)

Interian A. Jr, Kloosterman E., Alba J., Mitrani R., Castellanos A., Protective Effect on Long-Term follow- Up of Beta Blockers in Patients with Ventricular Tachycardia and Ventricular Fibrillation. Archives des Maladies du Cœur et des Vaisseaux. 1998; 11 (3): 126 (Abstract)

Interian A. Jr., Alba J., Fernandez M., Kloosterman E., Dylewski J., Mitrani R., Castellanos A., Myerburg R. Slow Pathway Identification in AV Nodal Reentry Using Shortest Atrioventricular Interval. Reblampa 11(1): 27-30, jan./mar, 1998.

Mitrani R., Dylewski J., Kloosterman E., Interian A. Jr., Myerburg R. Reduced Ventricular Fibrillation Induction Threshold is Associated with Decreased Likelihood of Spontaneous Arrhythmia Termination. Abstract North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology (NASPE) December 1997

Cardiac Arrhythmia Services

We are sometimes referred to as the electricians of the heart. We treat all types of heart rhythm disorders: hearts that beat slowly, quickly or erratically. We evaluate patients with palpitations to help diagnose the etiology of palpitations and then cure the underlying problem. In addition to palpitations, shortness of breath, fatigue, anxiety, dizziness (syncope) are some other manifestations of arrhythmia.

Common arrhythmias that we deal with are atrial fibrillation, supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) and ventricular tachycardia (VT). We usually try medication to treat arrhythmias but when medications are insufficient we may recommend an ablation procedure.

There are different types of ablation but they all aim at eliminating the source of the arrhythmia. Our practice is at the forefront of technology and we use the newest techniques and equipment available to provide the safest and most effective therapy to our patients. We implant and manage all types of pacemakers and defibrillators. We have one of the largest and most efficient remote monitoring programs in the state of Florida. Remote monitoring allows us to watch over and treat our patients in between their office visits. At Cardiac Arrhythmia Services we have 3 cardiac electrophysiologists, 2 physician assistants, 2 remote monitoring technicians, 3 nurses and a staff of 19 people who all work together on daily basis to ensure that our patients get the best care possible.

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