- General medicine
- Coronary artery disease
- Coronary angiography
- Coronary angioplasty and stent insertion
- Transoesophageal echocardiography
His postgraduate training in cardiology was based at Barts Health NHS Trust and the National Institutes of Health in America.show more
Dr Wragg runs the rapid access chest pain service at the London Chest Hospital and is also clinical lead for the Cardiac Rehabilitation service.
Dr Wragg is the Clinical Effectiveness lead for Bart’s Health Cardiovascular Clinical Academic Group.
Dr Wragg is a Training Program Director for specialist training in cardiology for North East London and an Educational Supervisor for all levels of doctors in training.
Dr Wragg is a member of the Clinical Standards Committee of the British Cardiac Society and also leads on simulation training for the British Cardiac Society annual conference.
He is a founding director of the Cardiovascular Training Institute at Bart’s Health http://www.cvti.org.uk/
Dr Wragg manages patients with all types of cardiovascular problem but has specific expertise in managing patients with chest pain and related syndromes and also assessing and managing cardiovascular risk.
Dr Wragg also is specialised in the assessment and management of patients with renal disease and cardiac concerns and problems.
He also is interested in patients with, breathing problems, palpitations (an abnormal awareness of the heart beating) and high blood pressure.
He performs coronary angiography and coronary stent procedures at the Heart Attack Centre at The London Chest Hospital, at The London Independent Hospital, Harley Street Clinic and at The Wellington Hospital.
Dr Wragg is also interested in the diagnosis and management of patients with valvular heart disease. He is experienced at Trans Oesophageal Echocardiography.
Consultant CardiologistBarts Health NHS Trust
Honorary Senior LecturerWilliam harvery Research institute, Queen Mary University London
St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical School
Barts Health NHS TrustCardiology training
National Institutes of Health, USA and QMUL, London UniversityPhD
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