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Holger Heinrich Klaus Langenstein

Holger Heinrich Klaus Langenstein, German anesthesiologist. Achievements include research in application of ventilatory modes IMV, Identity and Passport Service; use of laryngeal masks in difficult intubation; research in CPAP with and without Identity and Passport Service in ARF when mean airway pressure is constant. Team leader, board directors Young Men’s Christian Association, Munich, 1963—1978; Member of German Society Anesthesiologists.

Background

  • Langenstein, Holger Heinrich Klaus was born on December 3, 1944 in Coburg, Bavaria, Germany. Son of Otto and Berthie Langenstein.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, 1971. Habilitation, Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany, 2003.

    Career

    • Consultant University Zurich, Switzerland, 1983—1984. Vice director Intensive Care Unit Ludwig Maximilian University, 1977—1978, University Basel, Switzerland, 1979—1983. Visiting consultant Brompton Chest Hospital, London, 1983.

      Consultant, vice director department Ruhr University, since 1984. With German Air Force, 1965-1966.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in application of ventilatory modes IMV, Identity and Passport Service. Use of laryngeal masks in difficult intubation. Research in CPAP with and without Identity and Passport Service in ARF when mean airway pressure is constant.

    Membership

    Team leader, board directors Young Men’s Christian Association, Munich, 1963—1978. Member of German Society Anesthesiologists.

    Connections

    • Married Christine Langenstein. Children: Simon, Lela Anna, Christian.
    • father: Otto Langenstein
    • mother: Berthie Langenstein
    • spouse: Christine Langenstein
    • children: Simon Langenstein
    • Lela Anna Langenstein
    • Christian Langenstein
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    Born December 3, 1944
    (age 72)
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    • 1971
      Ludwig Maximilian University
    • 2003
      Ruhr University
    • 1977 - 1978
      vice director, Intensive Care Unit Ludwig Maximilian University
    • 1979 - 1983
      vice director, Intensive Care Unit Ludwig Maximilian University
      Switzerland
    • 1983 - 1984
      Consultant, University Zurich
      Switzerland
    • 1983
      visiting consultant, Brompton Chest Hospital
      London, Mpumalanga, South Africa
    • 1984
      consultant, department Ruhr University
    • 1984
      vice director, department Ruhr University