Petros V. Anagnostopoulos, MD, MBA, FACS

Professor

  • Surgeon in Chief, American Family Children’s Hospital
  • Chief, Section of Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery
  • Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery

petros@surgery.wisc.edu
(608) 263-0439

600 Highland Ave.
BX3236
Madison, WI 53792-0001

Education

  • MD, University of Athens Medical School, Athens Greece, 1994
  • Residency in General Surgery, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI, 1997
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship, Heart and Vascular Institute of Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI, 2002
  • Residency in Cardiothoracic Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA, 2004
  • Fellowship in Pediatric Cardiac Surgery, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, San Francisco, CA, 2006

Clinical Specialties

Dr. Anagnostopoulos specializes in complex neonatal and infant cardiac reconstructive surgery, pediatric heart surgery, adult congenital cardiac surgery, single ventricle palliation, extracorporeal life support, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, ventricular assist devices, minimally invasive cardiac surgery, hybrid surgical-catheterization cardiac surgery, off-pump cardiac surgery, complex mitral and tricuspid valve repair, aortic root surgery, tetralogy of Fallot, coronary artery anomalies, Ross operations, obstructive cardiomyopathy, and heart transplantation.

Dr. Anagnostopoulos provides a wide range of services including Neonatal and Infant Cardiac Reconstructive Surgery, Pediatric Heart Surgery, Adult Congenital Cardiac Surgery, Single Ventricle Palliation, Extracorporeal Life Support, Ventricular Assist Devices, Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery, Hybrid Surgical-Catheterization Cardiac Surgery, Off-Pump Cardiac Surgery, Complex Mitral and Tricuspid Valve Repair, Aortic Root Surgery, Tetralogy of Fallot, Coronary Artery Anomalies, Ross Operations, Obstructive Cardiomyopathy, Heart Transplant.

Research Interests

Dr. Anagnostopoulos’s research interests include coagulopathy associated with supraceliac aortic clamping and development of rapid deployment extracorporeal life support program.

Recent Publications

  • Commentary: What is invisible to the eye could be seen through the heart: How advancements to the visualization of the conduction tissue can improve surgical and electrophysiology procedures.
    Von Bergen NH, Anagnostopoulos PV
    J. Thorac. Cardiovasc. Surg. 2020 Mar 09;
    [PubMed ID: 32279964]

  • Beyond 30 Days: Analysis of Unplanned Readmissions During the First Year Following Congenital Heart Surgery.
    Lushaj EB, Hermsen J, Leverson G, MacLellan-Tobert SG, Nelson K, Amond K, Anagnostopoulos PV
    World J Pediatr Congenit Heart Surg 2020 Mar; 11(2): 177-182
    [PubMed ID: 32093562]

  • Three-dimensional printing in congenital heart disease.
    Hermsen JL, Roldan-Alzate A, Anagnostopoulos PV
    J Thorac Dis 2020 Mar; 12(3): 1194-1203
    [PubMed ID: 32274200]

  • A unique indication for the senning procedure: Atrioventricular discordance with ventriculoarterial concordance.
    Hermsen JL, Okorie UC, Srinivasan S, Schreiter NA, Anagnostopoulos PV
    J Card Surg 2020 Feb; 35(2): 444-446
    [PubMed ID: 31793037]

  • Technical Performance Score Predicts Perioperative Outcomes in Complex Congenital Heart Surgery Performed in a Small-to-Medium-Volume Program.
    Lushaj EB, Bartlett HL, Lamers LJ, Arndt S, Hermsen J, Ralphe JC, Anagnostopoulos PV
    Pediatr Cardiol 2020 Jan; 41(1): 88-93
    [PubMed ID: 31676956]

All Publications on PubMed