Professor Martin Stauch

His Career
  • Jürgen M. Steinacker


Professor Dr. Martin Stauch was born on March 8, 1928 in Berlin. In 1949 he began his medical studies at the University of Cologne and then subsequently at the University of Frankfurt. The award of a Fulbright Fellowship in 1955 provided the opportunity to undertake a two-year Fellowship in Internal Medicine, first at Ford Sanders Presbyterian Hospital, teaching hospital of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and then Colorado State Hospital at the University of Colorado in Pueblo. He returned to Germany to take up a Fellowship of the Academy of Sciences in Mainz. Martin Stauch’s career in internal medicine and cardiology was launched at the University of Frankfurt Medical Center with Professor Hoff and Professor Heinecker. In 1967, he was appointed Professor of Cardiology and Medicine at the University of Ulm and headed the Division of Cardiology, Angiology, and Pulmonology until 1989. He served as Professor of Medicine and Head of the Department of Sports Medicine from 1989 until his retirement in 1994.


Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease Blood Flow Limitation Presbyterian Hospital Rowing Ergometer Lower Body Exercise 
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  1. 1.
    K. Wezler and M. Stauch. Spontane Superposition und Tetanus am geschädigten Froschherzen. Arch. Kreislaufforschg 31:158–180, 1959.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    M. Stauch. Elektromechanische Beziehungen am isolierten Froschherzen. Das monophasische Aktionspotential bei isotonischer in isometrischer Kontraktion. Arch. Kreislaufforschg 49:1–14, 1966.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    M. Stauch and H. Frankenberg. Beziehungen zwischen Relaxationsgeschwindigkeit und arteriellem Belastungsdruck am isolierten Warmblhterherzen. Arch. Kreis laufforschg 60:310–327, 1969.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    M. Stauch, N. Grewe, and H. Nissen. Die Wirkung von 2-und 5-Isosorbidmononitrat auf das Belastungs-EKG von Patienten mit koronarer Herzkrankheit. Verh. Dtsch. Ges. Kreislaufforsch 41:182–184, 1975.PubMedGoogle Scholar
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    K. Lossnitzer, J. Janke, B. Hein, M. Stauch, and A. Fleckenstein. Disturbed myocardial calcium metabolis: A possible pathogenetic factor in the hereditary cardiomyopathy of the syrian hamster. In: Rec. Advances in Studies on Cardiac structure and metabolism, Vol. 6. Baltimore: University Park Press, 1975, pp. 207–217.Google Scholar
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    M. Stauch, W. Haerer, G. Rogg-Dussler, H. Sigel, and W.E. Adam. Effects of molsidomine on regional contraction and global function of the left ventricle. Amer. Heart J. 109:653–658, 1985.PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    M. Stauch, G Grossmann, A. Schmidt, P Richter, J. Waitzinger, D. Wanjura, W.E. Adam, and W. König. Effect of gallopamil on left ventricular function in regions with and without ischemia. Europ Heart J. 8(Suppl.G.):77–83, 1989.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    M. Giesler and M. Stauch. Color Doppler determination of regurgitant flow: From proximal isovelocity surface areas to proximal velocity profiles. An in vitro study. Echocardioraphy 9:51–62, 1992.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    J.M. Steinacker, C. Hühbner, and M. Stauch. Hämodynamik und metabolische Beanspruchung bei Ruderergometrie, Fahrrad-und Laufbandergometrie von ambulanten Patienten nach Herzinfarkt. Herz/Kreisl 25:239–243, 1993.Google Scholar
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    Y. Liu, J.M. Steinacker, and M. Stauch. Transcutaneous oxygen tension and Doppler ankle pressure during upper and lower body exercise in patients with peripheral arterial occlusive disease. Angiology 46:689–698, 1995.PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    J.M. Steinacker, R. Laske, W.D. Hetzel, W. Lormes, Y. Liu, and M. Stauch. Metabolic and hormonal reactions during training in junior oarsmen. Int J Sports Med 14:S24–S28, 1993.PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jürgen M. Steinacker
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  1. 1.Abteilung Sport-und Leistungsmedizin Medizinische KlinikPoliklinik Universität UlmUlmGermany

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