Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Loyola cardiologist is co-editor of text on minimally invasive procedures for vascular diseases

MAYWOOD, Ill. – Loyola University Medical Center interventional cardiologist Robert Dieter, MD, is co-editor of a new authoritative textbook on minimally invasive endovascular techniques to treat vascular disease.

“Endovascular Interventions: A Case-Based Approach” describes current endovascular (catheter-based) treatment of peripheral artery disease, venous diseases, lymphatic disorders and other venous disorders.

Co-editors are Dieter’s father, Raymond Dieter, Jr., and his brother, Raymond Dieter III. This is the third major textbook the Dieters have edited together. Their previous books are “Peripheral Arterial Disease” and “Venous and Lymphatic Diseases”. Raymond Dieter, Jr., also is editor of “Thoracoscopy for Surgeons: Diagnostic and Therapeutic”.

“My father and older brother are fantastic to work with,” Robert Dieter said. “I have learned a lot from them."

“Endovascular Interventions” uses a series of case studies to present a range of complexities and complications physicians encounter in their daily practice, along with tips and tricks for overcoming them. The 1,300-page text is a practical guide and resource for practicing vascular specialists, interventional cardiologists, interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons and cardiothoracic surgeons.
Robert Dieter is an associate professor in the Division of Cardiology at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine and director of Vascular Medicine at Edward Hines, Jr., VA Hospital.

Raymond Dieter III is a cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Raymond Dieter, Jr., is a semi-retired cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon formerly with DuPage Medical Group.

Robert Dieter lives in Glen Ellyn, Ill., where he was raised and where his parents still live.

About Loyola University Health System

Loyola University Health System (LUHS) is a member of Trinity Health. Based in the western suburbs of Chicago, LUHS is a quaternary care system with a 61-acre main medical center campus, the 36-acre Gottlieb Memorial Hospital campus and more than 30 primary and specialty care facilities in Cook, Will and DuPage counties. Loyola University Medical Center’s campus is conveniently located in Maywood, 13 miles west of Chicago’s Loop and 8 miles east of Oak Brook, Ill. At the heart of the medical center campus is a 559-licensed-bed hospital that houses a Level 1 Trauma Center, a Burn Center and the Ronald McDonald® Children's Hospital of Loyola University Medical Center. Also on campus are the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center, Loyola Outpatient Center, Center for Heart & Vascular Medicine and Loyola Oral Health Center as well as Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University Chicago Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing and the Loyola Center for Fitness. Loyola's Gottlieb campus in Melrose Park includes the 255-licensed-bed community hospital, the Professional Office Building housing 150 private practice clinics, the Adult Day Care, the Gottlieb Center for Fitness, Loyola Center for Metabolic Surgery and Bariatric Care and the Loyola Cancer Care & Research at the Marjorie G. Weinberg Cancer Center at Melrose Park.

Trinity Health is one of the largest multi-institutional Catholic health care delivery systems in the nation. It serves people and communities in 22 states from coast to coast with 92 hospitals, and 120 continuing care locations — including home care, hospice, PACE and senior living facilities - that provide nearly 2.5 million visits annually.