19th World Congress on Heart Disease - Annual Scientific Sessions 2014

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  • It is our great plea­sure to invite you to par­tic­i­pate in the Inter­na­tional Acad­emy of Car­di­ol­ogy, Annual Sci­en­tific Ses­sions 2014, 19th World Con­gress on Heart Dis­ease held in Boston, MA, USA on July 25 – 28, 2014.

    The Con­gress will pro­vide the oppor­tu­nity for a com­pre­hen­sive overview of the lat­est research devel­op­ments in car­dio­vas­cu­lar med­i­cine, pri­mar­ily in the areas of mol­e­c­u­lar biol­ogy, coro­nary artery dis­ease, heart fail­ure, car­diac arrhyth­mias and car­diac surgery.

    Plans for this CME meet­ing are pro­gress­ing extremely well. Many dis­tin­guished car­di­ol­o­gists and sci­en­tists have agreed to join the fac­ulty par­tic­i­pat­ing in this Con­gress. Papers will be pre­sented in the form of ple­nary ses­sions, sym­posia and posters, and will include superb sci­en­tific mate­r­ial orig­i­nat­ing from numer­ous lab­o­ra­to­ries around the globe, assur­ing that the meet­ing will be a major sci­en­tific event.

    Pro­gram areas will range from clin­i­cal patho­phys­i­ol­ogy to eval­u­a­tion and strat­i­fi­ca­tion tech­niques and mol­e­c­u­lar and cel­lu­lar biol­ogy, includ­ing neu­ro­hu­moral, immuno­log­i­cal and genetic stud­ies. We will dis­cuss new and inno­v­a­tive diag­nos­tic meth­ods, pre­ven­tion and treat­ment of heart dis­ease, and prog­nos­tic algo­rithms. Inte­grated into the pro­gram will be an update on the lat­est major clin­i­cal trials.

    We hope that you will par­tic­i­pate in this Con­gress and sub­mit for pre­sen­ta­tion your most recent sci­en­tific work in the rapidly evolv­ing field of car­dio­vas­cu­lar disease.

    Your inter­ac­tion with your col­leagues from many dif­fer­ent coun­tries will stim­u­late a cre­ative exchange of ideas and will be per­son­ally reward­ing. We look for­ward to your active par­tic­i­pa­tion in the 19th World Con­gress on Heart Dis­ease and to wel­com­ing you to the beau­ti­ful city of Boston in July.

    Con­gress Topics

    Mol­e­c­u­lar Car­di­ol­ogy, Basis Research

    • Apop­to­sis in vas­cu­lar and car­diac remodeling
    • Oxida­tive stress and anti-​oxidant therapy
    • Genetic deter­mi­nants of coro­nary heart disease
    • Genetic stud­ies in cardiomyopathy
    • Gene trans­fer and therapy
    • The patho­gen­e­sis of atherosclerosis
    • Extra­cel­lu­lar matrix and atherosclerosis
    • Immuno­log­i­cal prin­ci­ples in coro­nary artery disease
    • Growth con­trol and cytokines in vas­cu­lar cells
    • Neoin­ti­mal hyper­pla­sia and vas­cu­lar injury
    • Phar­ma­co­logic mod­u­la­tion of vascular-​endothelial function

    Diag­nos­tic Methods

    • Bio­chem­i­cal mark­ers of acute ischemia
    • Trans­esophageal echocardiography
    • Phar­ma­co­logic stress test­ing — echocardiography
    • Echocar­dio­g­ra­phy, three-​dimensional reconstruction
    • Nuclear car­di­ol­ogy — new tech­niques to assess car­diac per­fu­sion, func­tion and viability
    • PET — new insights into myocar­dial metabolism
    • Appli­ca­tions of car­diac mag­netic res­o­nance imaging
    • CT and coro­nary calcification
    • Per­cu­ta­neous coro­nary angioscopy
    • Intravas­cu­lar ultra­sound imaging
    • Intra­coro­nary flow, doppler measurements

    Coro­nary Artery Disease

    • The plaque and acute coro­nary syndromes
    • Mech­a­nisms involved in myocar­dial stun­ning, hiber­na­tion and ischemic preconditioning
    • Acute myocar­dial infarc­tion: throm­bol­y­sis and reperfusion
    • Angio­plasty ther­apy for acute myocar­dial infarction
    • Stents: new devices/​optimal application/​multiple stents
    • Antithrom­botic and antiplatelet adjunc­tive ther­apy for PTCA
    • Block­ade of tis­sue pro­lif­er­a­tion after coro­nary interventions
    • Resteno­sis — use of ion­iz­ing radiation
    • Nitrates, beta block­ers, cal­cium entry block­ers and ACE inhi­bi­tion for myocar­dial ischemia/​infarction
    • Left ven­tric­u­lar remod­el­ing after myocar­dial infarction
    • Assess­ment of prog­no­sis, post acute myocar­dial infarction
    • Sec­ondary pre­ven­tion, risk stratification
    • Car­diac reha­bil­i­ta­tion as sec­ondary pre­ven­tion: is it worth the effort?
    • Can the progress of ath­er­o­scle­ro­sis be halted?
    • Mod­i­fi­ca­tion of lipopro­teins and coro­nary disease
    • Hyper­ten­sion, new ther­a­peu­tic approaches
    • Dia­betes mel­li­tus, obe­sity, insulin and atherosclerosis
    • Men­tal stress: its effect on car­dio­vas­cu­lar health
    • Pri­mary pre­ven­tion of coro­nary artery dis­ease in the healthy adult
    • Hor­mone ther­apy in post­menopausal women: does it alter coro­nary risk?
    • Pre­ven­tion in children

    Heart Failure

    • Neu­ro­hu­moral, immuno­logic and cytokine aspects of heart failure
    • Nitric oxide and nitric oxide syn­thase in heart failure
    • Myocyte and recep­tor abnor­mal­i­ties in heart failure
    • Natri­uretic pep­tides, endothe­lin: role in heart failure
    • Inflam­ma­tory medi­a­tors and heart failure
    • Dilated car­diomy­opa­thy: var­i­ous etiologies
    • Ischemic car­diomy­opa­thy
    • Left ven­tric­u­lar hyper­tro­phy and hyper­trophic cardiomyopathy
    • Role of the peri­cardium, peri­cardi­tis and restric­tive cardiomyopathy
    • Patho­phys­i­o­logic and prog­nos­tic insights in valvu­lar heart disease
    • Pul­monary cir­cu­la­tion aspects, pul­monary hypertension
    • Pre­dic­tors and mark­ers of heart fail­ure outcome
    • Exer­cise phys­i­ol­ogy in heart failure
    • Renal aspects — diuretics
    • Digoxin and other new inotropic agents in heart failure
    • ACE inhibitors and Angiotensin-​ll recep­tor blockers
    • Beta-​blockers and beta-​adrenergic recep­tors in heart failure
    • Cal­cium chan­nel block­ers and pro­mot­ers in heart failure
    • Car­diac pac­ing strate­gies in heart failure

    Arrhytmias

    • Arrhyth­mias and antiar­rhyth­mic drug therapy
    • Atrial flutter/​fibrillation — elec­tro­phys­i­o­logic con­cepts and clin­i­cal aspects
    • Man­age­ment of car­diac arrhyth­mias pedi­atric population
    • Heart rate vari­abil­ity and prog­nos­tic implications
    • QT prolongation/​dispersion: patho­phys­i­ol­ogy and prog­nos­tic implications
    • Sud­den death
    • Elec­tro­phys­i­o­logic tech­niques of map­ping and radiofre­quency ablation
    • Advances in inter­nal defib­ril­la­tion and implantable antiar­rhyth­mic devices
    • Car­diac Pacing

    Car­diac Surgery

    • Advances in con­gen­i­tal heart disease
    • Angio­plasty or surgery for mul­ti­ves­sel coro­nary artery disease
    • New approaches to sur­gi­cal revas­cu­lar­iza­tion: Min­i­mally inva­sive surgery, TMLR
    • Ther­a­peu­tic and phys­i­o­logic issues sur­round­ing heart valve surgery
    • Mechan­i­cal sup­port left ven­tric­u­lar assist devices
    • Surgery for LV dysfunction
    • Car­diac transplantation

    Pub­li­ca­tion Opportunities

    Accepted abstracts of par­tic­i­pants who have paid the Con­gress reg­is­tra­tion fees no later than June 5, 2014, will be pub­lished in a spe­cial online only sup­ple­ment issue of the jour­nal CAR­DI­OL­OGY. The jour­nal CAR­DI­OL­OGY is pub­lished by S. Karger AG Med­ical and Sci­en­tific Pub­lish­ers, Basel, Switzer­land and the sup­ple­ment issue will appear in CARDIOLOGY.

    This pub­li­ca­tion will be reg­is­tered at bib­li­o­graphic ser­vices such as PubMed/​Medline, Cur­rent Contents/​Life Sci­ence, Jour­nal Cita­tion Reports/​Science, EMBASE and Chem­i­cal Abstracts. Per­mis­sion has been granted for Con­gress par­tic­i­pants to print copies of the sup­ple­ment and there is also free online access to this sup­ple­ment issue.

    In addi­tion, the abstracts of the Con­gress will also be pub­lished in par­al­lel in the JOUR­NAL OF HEART DIS­EASE (ISSN: 1556 – 7451), the offi­cial jour­nal of the Inter­na­tional Acad­emy of Car­di­ol­ogy and will appear on our web­site.

    Awards

    Inter­na­tional Acad­emy of Car­di­ol­ogy Memo­r­ial Awards

    The Inter­na­tional Acad­emy of Car­di­ol­ogy has estab­lished five awards to honor the mem­ory of dis­tin­guished col­leagues who made a major con­tri­bu­tion to Med­i­cine and Car­di­ol­ogy and who were mem­bers of the fac­ulty for pre­vi­ous Inter­na­tional Acad­emy of Car­di­ol­ogy meet­ings. As in pre­vi­ous years, the recip­i­ents were selected by a very pres­ti­gious awards com­mit­tee. The awards for 2014 will be pre­sented at the open­ing cer­e­mony of the congress.

    Inter­na­tional Acad­emy of Car­di­ol­ogy Dis­tin­guished Fel­low­ship Awards

    The Inter­na­tional Acad­emy of Car­di­ol­ogy has estab­lished Dis­tin­guished Fel­low­ship Awards, to honor col­leagues who have made pro­found con­tri­bu­tions to Car­dio­vas­cu­lar Med­i­cine and pro­vided impor­tant ser­vice to the Acad­emy. The Awards will be pre­sented each year to fac­ulty mem­bers of the World Con­gress on Heart Dis­ease at the open­ing cer­e­mony of the congress.

    CME Credits

    The sci­en­tific pro­gram of the 19th World Con­gress on Heart Dis­ease will be reviewed by the Amer­i­can Med­ical Asso­ci­a­tion for AMA PRA Cat­e­gory 1 Credit™.

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