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Andreas Schober
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Andreas Schober

Department of Emergency Medicine
Position: Consultant

T +43 1 40400 19640


Acute Coronary Syndrome; Angioplasty, Balloon, Coronary; Experimental Resuscitation; Heart Arrest; Life Support Systems; Shock, Cardiogenic

Research group(s)

Research interests

Research history  

Medical research, planning and conducting clinical trials, experimental trials and observational studies, Department of Emergency Medicine, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 2004 – ongoing (separate publication list provided) and 4th Medical Department and Cardiology, Hietzing Hospital, Vienna, 2016-ongoing.            

Research focus: Acute coronary syndrome, acute and chronic heart failure, cardiac arrest, cardiac arrest centers, cardiogenic shock, emergency extracorporeal life support (EECLS), extracorporeal circulation, postresuscitation care

Techniques, methods & infrastructure

In an multi - disciplinary project (Dept. of Clinical Pharmacology, Dept. of Neurosurgery, Dept. of Internal Medicine III, Center for Biomedical Research, University of Veterinary Medicine of Vienna and Dept. of Emergency Medicine oft he Medical University of Vienna) we managed to finalize a science project comprising extracorporeal life support in cardiac arrest and the use of peripheral and central microdialysis in a rodent model. The results of this project have been published in several international, peer reviewed journals. Furthermore - together with the team of the Department of Emergency Medicine of the Medical University of Vienna and in coopration with the Department of clinical pharmacology a prospective evaluation of the post resuscitation SIRS and the effects on blood coagulation is currently undergone.

Selected publications

  1. Schober, A. et al., 2016. Admission of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest victims to a high volume cardiac arrest center is linked to improved outcome. Resuscitation, 106, pp.42-48. Available at:
  2. Schober, A. et al., 2016. Microdialysis Assessment of Cerebral Perfusion during Cardiac Arrest, Extracorporeal Life Support and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Rats - A Pilot Trial V. Lionetti, ed. PLOS ONE, 11(5), p.e0155303. Available at:
  3. Poppe, M. et al., 2015. The incidence of “load&go” out-of-hospital cardiac arrest candidates for emergency department utilization of emergency extracorporeal life support: A one-year review. Resuscitation, 91, pp.131–136. Available at:
  4. Uray, T. et al., 2015. Quality of Post Arrest Care Does Not Differ by Time of Day at a Specialized Resuscitation Center. Medicine, 94(14), p.e664. Available at:
  5. Schober, A. et al., 2014. Effect of intensive care after cardiac arrest on patient outcome: a database analysis. Critical Care, 18(2), p.R84. Available at: