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- Cardiac Surgery 2023

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Cardiac Surgery 2023 invites all health workers, scientific experts, cardiologists, pediatric cardiologists, physicians, university graduates, research scholars, cardiothoracic surgeons, nurses, and biomedical engineers all over the world, along with our international and national exhibitors and supportive sponsors, to participate the "11th International Conference on Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery" in Rome, Italy, from February 13-15, 2023.

Cardiac Surgery 2023 is an idea for showcasing innovative concepts via analytical presentations and instructional sessions of eminent people. It provides an innovative platform for Health care professionals, Academic researchers, Medical officers, Specialists, and Health Authorities to participate and give knowledge in the specialty of cardiac surgery. We hope attendees will all gain a better perspective of cardiac surgery which will strengthen knowledge and encourage networking opportunities throughout the world.

The scientific program will include research scientists and international speakers who can bring ideas to the most recent advances in cardiology. Delegates may learn about innovation and related technologies in cardiac surgery which can help them develop their research.

It is our glad to welcome everyone from the field of cardiac surgery. Cardiac Surgery 2023 would probably give an amazing curriculum that examines the entire range of advances while also providing culturally diverse interactions in a variety of methods.

We hope to meet you all in Rome, Italy, during Cardiac Surgery 2023!

Sessions and tracks

TRACK1: Heart failure

     The main cause of heart failure is the heart's inability to circulate adequate blood to fulfill the body's metabolic needs. Myocardial infarction is the primary common cause of heart failure, despite the fact that a number of other reasons might contribute to such a condition. The considerable loss of cardiomyocytes after myocardial infarction is replaced by akinetic scar tissue instead of contracting cardiomyocytes. The short-term aim of maintaining ventricular integrity is met by such "wound healing," but the long-term effects include increasing fibrosis, stiffness, and dilatation of the ventricle. Therefore, two important areas to focus on in the failing heart are increasing mechanical performance and reducing remodeling.

Certain medical conditions can increase your risk for heart failure, including coronary artery disease (CAD) (the most common type of heart disease) and heart attacks, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, valvular heart disease, and other conditions related to heart disease.

 

·         Beta Catenin

·         Brown adipose tissue (BAT)

·         Gene Therapy

·         C3a Receptor

 

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Argentina Federation of Cardiology | Association of European Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology | Moldavian Society of Cardiology | Estonian Society of Cardiology | Uruguayan Society of Cardiology | Luxembourg Society of Cardiology | The Hungarian Society of Cardiology | The Egyptian Society of Cardiology | Italian Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Netherlands Society of Cardiology | Cyprus Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | The Pan-African Society of Cardiology | Cardiology Society of India

 

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Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

 

TRACK2: Hypertension and Stress

    Hypertension is a major and growing worldwide health concern. Because of its effects on end organs and its links to chronic renal disease, diabetes mellitus, and obesity, it is a primary reason for cardiovascular disease and early mortality globally. Existing antihypertensive medicines can be used more effectively, while therapies developed for co-existing illnesses (such as sodium-glucose transporter 2 inhibitors for diabetes mellitus) can provide further BP-lowering and cardiovascular advantages. Stress, it is now well recognized that chronic illnesses typically present with many forms of psychopathology, including depressive symptoms, cognitive-behavioral problems, sleep disturbances, and excessively high levels of stress. Stress-related psychological corollaries, such as increased anxiety, sadness, or rage, are established predictors of hypertension. Stress is connected with autonomic nervous system hyperactivity, hypothalamic pituitary adrenal axis dysregulation, and maladaptive lifestyle variables such as nicotine, hard liquor use, obesity, and lack of exercise.

 

·         Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers

·         Calcium Channel Blockers

·         Spironolactone

·         Diuretics

·         Dobutamine

·         Regadenoson

    

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Related Association and Societies:

Argentina Federation of Cardiology | Association of European Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology | Moldavian Society of Cardiology | Estonian Society of Cardiology | Uruguayan Society of Cardiology | Luxembourg Society of Cardiology | The Hungarian Society of Cardiology | The Egyptian Society of Cardiology | Italian Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Netherlands Society of Cardiology | Cyprus Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | The Pan-African Society of Cardiology | Cardiology Society of India

 

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Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

 

TRACK 3: Interventional Cardiology   

     Interventional cardiology is a non-surgical option that uses a catheter – a small, flexible tube – to repair damaged or weakened vessels, narrowed arteries, or other affected parts of the heart structure. A short, flexible tube known as a catheter is used in the non-surgical discipline of interventional cardiology to treat restricted arteries, weak or damaged blood vessels, and other heart structural issues.

 

·         Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)

·         Atherectomy

·         Stent placement

·         Intra-aortic balloon pump and hypothermia

·         Invention foramen ovale closure

 

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American Cardiology Association | American Heart Association (AHA) | Brazilian Society of Cardiology | Argentina Society of Cardiology | The American Society for Preventive Cardiology | American Society of Nuclear Cardiology | Canadian Association of Interventional Cardiology | Italian Society for Cardiac Surgery | European Society of Cardiology | Austrian Society of Cardiology | Swiss Society of Cardiology | Austrian Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology | Chinese Society of Cardiology | Lebanese Society of Cardiology | National Center of Cardiology and Therapy | Netherlands Society of Cardiology

 

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Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

TRACK4: Invasive test for heart disease

    An invasive procedure that allows physicians to examine the heart of a patient. During this procedure, a physician measures the pressure inside the heart, evaluates arteries delivering blood to the heart, and observes how well the heart is pumping. Invasive cardiology uses open or minimally-invasive surgery to identify or treat structural or electrical abnormalities within the heart structure.

 

·         Cardiac Catheterization

·         Balloon Angioplasty and Coronary Atherectomy

·         Coronary Stenting

·         Peripheral Vascular Angioplasty

·         IVC Filter Placement and Removal

·         Thrombectomy on Deep Vein Thrombosis

·         Varicose Vein Ablation

 

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Argentina Federation of Cardiology | Association of European Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology | Moldavian Society of Cardiology | Estonian Society of Cardiology | Uruguayan Society of Cardiology | Luxembourg Society of Cardiology | The Hungarian Society of Cardiology | The Egyptian Society of Cardiology | Italian Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Netherlands Society of Cardiology | Cyprus Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | The Pan-African Society of Cardiology | Cardiology Society of India

 

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Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

 

TRACK5: Non-invasive tests for heart disease

     Non-invasive methods avoid surgery, as well as the use of catheters, fluids, and needles. Non-invasive cardiology diagnoses cardiac issues without requiring the insertion of any catheters, fluids, or other tools into the body. Non-invasive cardiology is a highly specialized division of the BLK-Max Heart Centre that concentrates on the treatment and prevention of heart disease using exterior diagnostics rather than invasive methods that require the insertion of equipment into the body.

 

·         Carotid ultrasound

·         Holter monitor

·         Tilt table test

·         Coronary Computed Tomography Angiography (CCTA)

·         Nuclear Cardiac Imaging

·         Coronary Artery Calcium Scoring (CACS)

 

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Related Association and Societies:

Argentina Federation of Cardiology | Association of European Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology | Moldavian Society of Cardiology | Estonian Society of Cardiology | Uruguayan Society of Cardiology | Luxembourg Society of Cardiology | The Hungarian Society of Cardiology | The Egyptian Society of Cardiology | Italian Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Netherlands Society of Cardiology | Cyprus Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | The Pan-African Society of Cardiology | Cardiology Society of India

 

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TRACK6: Heart Surgery

     Numerous issues with your pulse and the blood arteries that attach to it are treated by cardiac surgery, also known as coronary heart surgery or heart surgery. The two most prevalent forms of cardiac surgery are myocardial infarction bypass grafting (CABG) and procedures to repair valve disorders. Every year in the United States, more than 300,000 patients have successful bypass surgery. Heart surgery, also known as cardiovascular surgery, is used to treat a variety of conditions affecting your heart and the blood arteries that supply it.

 

·         Coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG)

·         Heart valve replacement

·         Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD)

·         Maze surgery

·         Aneurysm repair

·         Insertion of a ventricular assist device (VAD) or total artificial heart (TAH)

 

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American Cardiology Association | American Heart Association (AHA) | Brazilian Society of Cardiology | Argentina Society of Cardiology | The American Society for Preventive Cardiology | American Society of Nuclear Cardiology | Canadian Association of Interventional Cardiology | Italian Society for Cardiac Surgery | European Society of Cardiology | Austrian Society of Cardiology | Swiss Society of Cardiology | Austrian Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology | Chinese Society of Cardiology | Lebanese Society of Cardiology | National Center of Cardiology and Therapy | Netherlands Society of Cardiology

 

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Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

TRACK7: Artificial Intelligence in Cardiac Surgery

     Artificial intelligence is the capacity for intelligent task performance by machines. Many areas of medicine, including cardiac surgery, have already been impacted by artificial intelligence. AI-driven robotic surgeries are computer-controlled tools designed to help during operations with the manipulation and placement of surgical instruments. This allows physicians to concentrate on the intricate details of the surgery. Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more and more important for surgical decision-making in order to address a variety of information sources, including patient health conditions, anatomical structures, disorder natural history, patient values, and cost, and help surgeons and patients make better predictions about the outcomes of surgical decisions. Echocardiography, cardiac tomography (CT, cardiac MRI, and most recently, radionics, have all tremendously benefited from automation in the field of cardiac imaging.

 

·         Computer vision

·         Surgical data science

·         Machine learning

·         Cardiac surgical procedures

·         Human-machine team

 

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Argentina Federation of Cardiology | Association of European Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology | Moldavian Society of Cardiology | Estonian Society of Cardiology | Uruguayan Society of Cardiology | Luxembourg Society of Cardiology | The Hungarian Society of Cardiology | The Egyptian Society of Cardiology | Italian Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Netherlands Society of Cardiology | Cyprus Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | The Pan-African Society of Cardiology | Cardiology Society of India

 

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TRACK8: Prosthesis of Heart

     A prosthesis replaces a bodily component that might have been amputated, lost in an accident, or been missing from birth. As part of their treatment for cancer, diabetes, or a serious illness, many amputees lost a limb. An artificial device called an artificial heart valve is surgically placed into the heart to start replacing a broken heart valve. Tricuspid, pulmonary, mitral, and aortic valves are among the four present in the human heart. The four heart valves make sure that blood is pushed in the right direction as the heart contracts, which aids in the heart's normal operation. For native heart valves that need repair due to malfunction, prosthetic heart valves are utilized more frequently. They may be broadly divided into three groups: homograft, bio-prosthetic valves, and mechanical heart valves.

 

·         Tissue-engineered valves

·         Bioprosthetic valves

·         Mechanical valves

 

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TRACK9: Device therapy                                                                    

     With cardiac resynchronization treatment, a device is implanted in the chest to help the heart's segments squeeze (contract) more systematically and effectively. The majority of heart failure (HF) devices in diagnostic use or actively being researched fall into one of four categories: those that screen the HF condition, those that treat rhythm problems, those that increase the mechanical characteristics of the heart, and those that replace all or part of the heart's functions. However, in contemporary clinical practice, devices that deliver cardiac resynchronization treatment (CRT) or prevent sudden cardiac death (SCD) by quickly resolving ventricular tachycardia (VT) or fibrillation are the most often used uses of device therapy in heart failure.

 

·         Atrial fibrillation

·         MitraClip

·         Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICDs)

·         Cordella Pulmonary Artery (PA) Pressure Sensor System

·         BioVentrix Revivent TC System

·         V-Wave InterAtrial Shunt Device

·         Corvia’s InterAtrial Shunt Device (IASD)

 

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American Cardiology Association | American Heart Association (AHA) | Brazilian Society of Cardiology | Argentina Society of Cardiology | The American Society for Preventive Cardiology | American Society of Nuclear Cardiology | Canadian Association of Interventional Cardiology | Italian Society for Cardiac Surgery | European Society of Cardiology | Austrian Society of Cardiology | Swiss Society of Cardiology | Austrian Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology | Chinese Society of Cardiology | Lebanese Society of Cardiology | National Center of Cardiology and Therapy | Netherlands Society of Cardiology

 

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TRACK10: Pacemaker and Cardiac Defibrillator

     A pacemaker is a tiny device that is implanted in the chest to assist regulates the heartbeat. It is used to stop the heart from pumping too slowly. A surgical operation is needed to implant a heart monitor in the chest. A pacemaker is also known as a heart-pacing device. The following problems are treated using pacemakers: Slow heartbeat (bradycardia) Fainting spells (syncope) heart failure.

 

Defibrillators are gadgets that shock or pulse an electric current into the heart to get it to beat normally again. They are applied to stop or treat an irregular heartbeat that beats too slowly or too quickly, called arrhythmia. Defibrillators can also restart the heart if it stops beating unexpectedly. Defibrillators operate in a variety of ways. People who are having cardiac arrest can be saved using automated external defibrillators (AEDs), which are increasingly widespread in public places. Biventricular pacing to improve ventricular contractility is a rapidly evolving technology that has now been applied to children and young adults with intraventricular conduction delay, such as bundle branch block after cardiac surgery.

 

·         Single chamber

·         Dual-chamber

·         Biventricular pacemakers

·         Manual external and internal defibrillator

·         Automated external defibrillator (AED)

·         Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD)

·         Wearable cardiac defibrillator

 

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Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

TRACK11: Chemotherapy in cardiology

     When the cardiac muscle is unable to pump blood as effectively as it should, heart failure results. Blood frequently pools, causing fluid to accumulate in the legs and lungs (congestion). Breathing problems and swelling in the feet and legs might result from fluid buildup. A deposition of calcification and other biochemical processes occurring in the body that generate toxic free radicals damage the heart muscle in some forms of chemotherapy, especially those that belong to the anthracycline medication class. A lack of blood flow might make the skin seem blue (cyanotic). Exercise, medication, and maybe surgery are all part of the course of treatment for heart failure. Just how you take better care of yourselves is one of the aspects that affect your attitude.

 

·         Carvedilol (Coreg)

·         Metoprolol (Lopressor, Toprol-XL, Kapspargo Sprinkle)

·         Apixaban (Eliquis)

·         Dabigatran (Pradaxa)

·         Edoxaban (Savaysa)

·         Rivaroxaban (Xarelto)

 

 

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Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

TRACK12: Pediatric Cardiology

     Pediatric cardiology is concerned with treating children younger than the age of eighteen who have heart anomalies and illnesses. Pediatric Cardiology and the Pediatric Cardiac Surgery team have a great deal of experience caring for infants and kids with serious heart conditions like tetralogy and transposition as well as uncommon ones like Ebstein anomaly, truncus arteriosus, tracheobronchial anomalies, and conditions discovered during pregnancy. Pupils should get cardiac surgery to correct any heart problems and to ensure their long-term health. After birth, some cardiac problems can require emergency surgery. Surgery may be carried out years or even months after birth in specific circumstances.

 

·         Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

·         Sinus venosus

·         Atrial septal defect

·         Stress echocardiogram

·         Tetralogy of Fallot

·         Cardiomyopathy

·         ventricular septal defect

 

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American Cardiology Association | American Heart Association (AHA) | Brazilian Society of Cardiology | Argentina Society of Cardiology | The American Society for Preventive Cardiology | American Society of Nuclear Cardiology | Canadian Association of Interventional Cardiology | Italian Society for Cardiac Surgery | European Society of Cardiology | Austrian Society of Cardiology | Swiss Society of Cardiology | Austrian Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology | Chinese Society of Cardiology | Lebanese Society of Cardiology | National Center of Cardiology and Therapy | Netherlands Society of Cardiology

 

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Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

TRACK13: Adult Cardiology

     Congenital heart disorders (CHD) cause 0.8% of live births, but during the past few decades, technological advancements and widespread repair have boosted the number of newborns who survive into adulthood—more than 95% now. Although late complications such as cardiovascular disease, hypoxemia (PH), arrhythmias, aneurysms, and endocarditis developed often, they had a significant negative influence on mortality and morbidity. Significant advancements have been achieved in the diagnosis process through the utilization of MRI, biomarkers, and e-health ideas, including simulation of anatomy. With a continued focus on education and the establishment of weekly interdisciplinary consultations, care is now centralized in specialized centers on examination and treatment. The burden of congenital abnormalities has been significantly diminished by the use of innovative ideas in cardiac surgery and percutaneous treatments.

 

·         Farxiga (dapagliflozin)

·         Chordin-like 1 (CHRDL1) protein

·         Fam3c protein

·         Fam3b protein

                           

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Related Association and Societies:

American Cardiology Association | American Heart Association (AHA) | Brazilian Society of Cardiology | Argentina Society of Cardiology | The American Society for Preventive Cardiology | American Society of Nuclear Cardiology | Canadian Association of Interventional Cardiology | Italian Society for Cardiac Surgery | European Society of Cardiology | Austrian Society of Cardiology | Swiss Society of Cardiology | Austrian Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology | Chinese Society of Cardiology | Lebanese Society of Cardiology | National Center of Cardiology and Therapy | Netherlands Society of Cardiology

 

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Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

TRACK 14: Obstetrics Cardiology

     With risk factors for CVD continuing to rise, early identification and management of chronic diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, and obstructive sleep apnea are necessary for prevention. Pregnancy is a natural stress test for women with risk factors who may be predisposed to CVD and offers a unique opportunity to not only recognize the disease but also implement effective and long-lasting strategies for prevention. Myopathy, arrhythmias, cardiac failure, thromboembolic disease, aortic disease, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, myocardial infarction, thromboembolic disease, and cerebrovascular illnesses are only a few of the cardiac issues that can occur during pregnancy. Increased cardiac output, heart rate, and vascular volume are all signs of cardiovascular changes during pregnancy, along with a sharp decrease in vascular resistance. Cardiac surgery has mortality rates for the mother and fetus that are about 10% and 30%, respectively, making it intrinsically risky for both.

 

·         Hypertensive disorders

·         Hypercholesterolemia

·         Myocardial infarction

·         Cardiomyopathies, arrhythmias

·         Valvular disease

·         Thromboembolic disease

·         Aortic disease

·         Cerebrovascular diseases

    

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Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology Conferences | Pediatric Cardiology Conferences | Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiac disorders and Cardiology Conferences | Nursing Care and Cardiology Conference | European Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiovascular Research and Clinical Cardiology Conferences | World Cardiac Surgery Conference | Heart Diseases and Cardiology Conferences | Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiac Surgery Conferences | Medical Interventions and Cardiology Conference

 

Related Association and Societies:

Argentina Federation of Cardiology | Association of European Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology | Moldavian Society of Cardiology | Estonian Society of Cardiology | Uruguayan Society of Cardiology | Luxembourg Society of Cardiology | The Hungarian Society of Cardiology | The Egyptian Society of Cardiology | Italian Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Netherlands Society of Cardiology | Cyprus Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | The Pan-African Society of Cardiology | Cardiology Society of India

 

Related Journals:

Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

TRACK15: Geriatric Cardiology

     By incorporating geriatric medicine ideas into the normal care of older persons with cardiovascular disease, geriatric cardiology, a relatively young profession, aims to adapt coronary care to an aging population. Even though geriatric cardiomyopathy is still a young profession with few clinical programs, we think there will be a lot of room for expansion as the population continues to skew older and more complex individuals with CV disease. A certain geriatric demographic can have cardiac surgery with a low rate of operational death. Elderly individuals who have had surgery recover well and live long lives. In this category of patients, emergency and mitral procedures are less satisfying.

 

·         Atrial fibrillation

·         Arterial hypertension

·         Pacing and cardiac resynchronization therapy

·         Chronic coronary syndrome

·         Diabetes mellitus and dyslipidemia

·         Valvular heart disease

 

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Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology Conferences | Pediatric Cardiology Conferences | Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiac disorders and Cardiology Conferences | Nursing Care and Cardiology Conference | European Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiovascular Research and Clinical Cardiology Conferences | World Cardiac Surgery Conference | Heart Diseases and Cardiology Conferences | Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiac Surgery Conferences | Medical Interventions and Cardiology Conference

 

Related Association and Societies:

Argentina Federation of Cardiology | Association of European Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology | Moldavian Society of Cardiology | Estonian Society of Cardiology | Uruguayan Society of Cardiology | Luxembourg Society of Cardiology | The Hungarian Society of Cardiology | The Egyptian Society of Cardiology | Italian Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Netherlands Society of Cardiology | Cyprus Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | The Pan-African Society of Cardiology | Cardiology Society of India

 

Related Journals:

Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

TRACK16: Nuclear Medicine in Cardiology

     Coronary artery disease can be identified and evaluated using cardiac nuclear medicine. Additionally, it is utilized to assess cardiomyopathy and spot any potential cardiac damage brought on by radiation or chemotherapy. Nuclear cardiac stress testing aids in the diagnosis and surveillance of heart conditions such as coronary artery disease. A medical professional will attach you to an EKG device, administer a tracer to your blood, and take pictures of your heart's blood flow both before and after the activity. In the context of coronary artery disease, nuclear cardiology has been crucial in determining the detection of heart disease as well as in the evaluation of disorder severity and the diagnosis of outcomes. Nuclear medicine and cardiology's subspecialty of cardiovascular nuclear medicine uses non-invasive methods to measure blood flow, assess heart function, pinpoint the location and size of a heart attack, evaluate inflammation in the heart muscle and blood vessels, and look into possible infections in the heart.

 

·         Cardiovascular disease

·         Positron emission tomography

·         Radiopharmaceutical

·         Single-photon emission computed tomography

·         Myocardial Perfusion Imaging

 

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Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiac Surgery Conferences | Medical Interventions and Cardiology Conference | Cardiology Conferences | Cardiovascular Diseases and Cardiology Conferences | Cardiovascular Research and Clinical Cardiology Conferences | Heart Diseases and Cardiology Conferences | World Cardiac Surgery Conference | Nursing Care and Cardiology Conference | European Cardiac Surgery Conference | Pediatric Cardiology Conferences | Cardiac disorders and Cardiology Conferences | Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology Conferences

 

Related Association and Societies:

Argentina Federation of Cardiology | Association of European Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology | Moldavian Society of Cardiology | Estonian Society of Cardiology | Uruguayan Society of Cardiology | Luxembourg Society of Cardiology | The Hungarian Society of Cardiology | The Egyptian Society of Cardiology | Italian Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Netherlands Society of Cardiology | Cyprus Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | The Pan-African Society of Cardiology | Cardiology Society of India

Related Journals:

Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

TRACK17: Cardiac Regeneration

     Cardiac Regeneration refers to the regeneration of tissues and organs of the heart which have been damaged. In contrast, wound healing requires the formation of a scar to close the damaged site. Few tissues, such as skin and major organs like the liver, regenerate relatively easily, whereas other tissues have been seen to have little or no regeneration potential. Nonetheless, the current study implies that there is potential for a range of cells and tissues to eventually form and regenerate, notably in the cardiovascular system.

 

·         Cardiac remodeling

·         Cardiac regenerative therapy

·         Congenital heart disease and regeneration

·         Heart repair, heart tissue regeneration, and stem cells

·         Trans-differentiation during heart regeneration

 

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Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology Conferences | Pediatric Cardiology Conferences | Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiac disorders and Cardiology Conferences | Nursing Care and Cardiology Conference | European Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiovascular Research and Clinical Cardiology Conferences | World Cardiac Surgery Conference | Heart Diseases and Cardiology Conferences | Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiac Surgery Conferences | Medical Interventions and Cardiology Conference

 

Related Association and Societies:

American Cardiology Association | American Heart Association (AHA) | Brazilian Society of Cardiology | Argentina Society of Cardiology | The American Society for Preventive Cardiology | American Society of Nuclear Cardiology | Canadian Association of Interventional Cardiology | Italian Society for Cardiac Surgery | European Society of Cardiology | Austrian Society of Cardiology | Swiss Society of Cardiology | Austrian Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology | Chinese Society of Cardiology | Lebanese Society of Cardiology | National Center of Cardiology and Therapy | Netherlands Society of Cardiology

 

Related Journals:

Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research

 

TRACK18: Current Research in Cardiology

     All specialties have seen better results as a result of research advancements, but cardiology has advanced at an unprecedented rate. Additionally, as the number of people with cardiac diseases continues to rise and public awareness has grown, so have patients' expectations for new treatments and technologies.

 

This new age in cardiology is reflected in Future Cardiology, which also emphasizes the new molecular strategy for developing cardiovascular medicine. The important technological developments in bioengineering for cardiology will also be covered, including concerns with sophisticated and reliable equipment, miniaturization, imaging, system modeling, and information management. In order to enhance the value of the information to the reader, we also use a novel approach to how it is organized and presented. In a therapeutic community that is more time-constrained, readily available forms are crucial.

 

·         Stem Cell Research on Cardiology

·         Development of pace-making and Cardiac Conduction System Lineages

·         Role of platelets and antiplatelet therapy in cardiovascular disease

·         Molecular Targets of Antihypertensive Drug Therapy

·         Cardiovascular Toxicology and Pharmacology

 

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Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiac Surgery Conferences | Medical Interventions and Cardiology Conference | Cardiology Conferences | Cardiovascular Diseases and Cardiology Conferences | Cardiovascular Research and Clinical Cardiology Conferences | Heart Diseases and Cardiology Conferences | World Cardiac Surgery Conference | Nursing Care and Cardiology Conference | European Cardiac Surgery Conference | Pediatric Cardiology Conferences | Cardiac disorders and Cardiology Conferences | Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Conference | Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology Conferences

 

Related Association and Societies:

Argentina Federation of Cardiology | Association of European Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology | Moldavian Society of Cardiology | Estonian Society of Cardiology | Uruguayan Society of Cardiology | Luxembourg Society of Cardiology | The Hungarian Society of Cardiology | The Egyptian Society of Cardiology | Italian Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Portuguese Society of Cardiology | Netherlands Society of Cardiology | Cyprus Society of Cardiology | Russian Society of Cardiology | The Pan-African Society of Cardiology | Cardiology Society of India

 

Related Journals:

Journal of Clinical Cardiology | Current Research: Cardiology | Clinical & Experimental Cardiology | Current Trends in Cardiology | Journal of Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology | Journal of Interventional and General Cardiology | Insights in Pediatric Cardiology | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research | Journal of Cholesterol and Heart Disease | Journal of Hypertension and Heart Care | Journal of Coronary Heart Diseases | Journal of Heart Lung and Circulation | Journal of Heart and Cardiovascular Research 

Market Analysis

As reported by the World Diabetes Federation, there had been an estimated 415 million diabetics in 2015, with that figure expected to climb to 642 million by 2025. The cardiac surgery intervention market provides treatment for a wide range of cardiovascular disorders, such as coronary artery disease congenital heart disorder, and peripheral vascular diseases. The disease's prevalence has increased in tandem with the world's aging population. Changes in diet, depression, smoking, and alcohol consumption is all contributors.

The global market for heart disease summits is expected to rise between $3.2 million in 2015 to $12.5 million by 2025, reflecting a 13.7 percent annual compounded growth rate. The introduction of Novartis' 1st treatment, Entresto (Medicine for cardiovascular disease), and several other acute coronary heart disease summit add-on medicine, as well as an increase in the worldwide incidence of the chronic acute myocardial summit, will occur across the seven different marketplaces in the US, Italy, Germany, France, Spain, the U.K., and Japan, as determined by the Pharma Stage: Heart of the Summit - Global Pharmaceutical Forecast and Market Research to 2025.

                     

 

Beating Cardiac Surgery Techniques are used during Coronary arterial bypass Grafting (CABG) surgery. Positioners and Stabilizers are used by surgeons to position and stabilize the portion of the cardiac surgery where they are operating. The heart maintains its rhythm and circulates blood to the heart muscle throughout these Off-Pump procedures. The risk of complications associated with momentarily arresting the heart during cardiac surgery is minimized when surgery is conducted on a beating heart.

The global Beating Cardiac Surgery System market is estimated to be valued at USD million in 2021 and USD million by 2028, with a CAGR of 20% between 2022 and 2028 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Considering the economic implications of the healthcare issue, Europe.



Market Analysis of Cardiac Surgery Devices Market 2022:

Cardiac Surgery Equipment 2022 Market Worldwide Research Report analyzes broad trends and variables that are promoting or impeding the market growth. It also provides a detailed analysis of market growth, share, economic expansion, future prospects, key manufacturers' operations, and market opportunities.

During the forecast period, the market for cardiac surgery devices is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 4.3%. The two main drivers fueling the growth of this market are the increasing prevalence of cardiovascular illnesses and the increased desire for less invasive procedures. Additionally, during the projected period, a growing number of product launches and approvals are anticipated to support market expansion. Devices used in cardiac surgery are created to meet the needs of both patients and cardiologists. The heart of operating room innovation has been cardiac surgery equipment as surgical procedures have advanced. The leading manufacturers of cardiac surgery equipment are always releasing newer models in an attempt to increase or maintain their market position. By the end of 2022, the market for cardiac surgery devices is anticipated to be worth US$ 1.7 and to continue growing at a CAGR of 3.6%. (2022-2032).

By 2032, revenue in the market is projected to be worth US$ 2.4 billion due to the increased frequency of cardiovascular illnesses. Perfusion disposables were the most popular product category in 2021, with a value share of almost 59.1%. In an open heart procedure, cardiac surgery devices are used to treat structural flaws in the circulatory system. These include coronary artery bypass grafting, congenital heart problems, abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, ventricular remodeling, and cardiac surgery assist device implantation.

The market for cardiac surgery devices was estimated to be worth around USD 53,260.79 million in 2021, and it is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 6.42% from 2022 to 2027.

The COVID-19 pandemic had an effect on the manufacturing of cardiac surgery equipment. Furthermore, the market for cardiovascular medical equipment had been negatively impacted, particularly in 2020, by the postponement of elective treatments as a result of COVID-19-related actions. Despite the fact that some cardiovascular treatments are necessary, others have been put off or delayed since the start of the worldwide epidemic. Therefore, for some individuals, temporary prescriptions of medicine and lifestyle modifications may be given instead of cardiovascular treatments. The decrease in cardiovascular disease diagnoses as a result of healthcare resources being allocated to COVID-19 patients has a detrimental influence on the market.

The epidemic has caused numerous medical device companies to lose money in their cardiac surgery device industries. For instance, in its 2020 annual financial reports, Medtronic disclosed a 33% decline in its cardiovascular and vascular economic sectors.

Nevertheless, a number of factors are anticipated to enhance the marketplace over the projection period. The market is primarily being caused by the increasing global burden of numerous coronary heart disorders, including cardiomyopathy and stroke, which account for the majority of deaths from cardiac causes. The most common disorders indicated to affect people worldwide are cardiovascular disorders, which are also the main causes of mortality. According to the World Health Organization's (WHO) updates for 2020, 16% of all fatalities worldwide are attributable to ischemic heart disease.

Additionally, during the past 10 years, both the technology utilized to construct cardiac surgery devices and the reasons for these devices have evolved significantly. This has led to an increase in the number of patients being treated with cardiology equipment, which has had exponential therapeutic and monitoring results. Artificial intelligence, which has improved diagnostic capabilities for several heart illnesses, is one such invention that has had a significant positive impact on cardiology. For instance, the US Food and Drug Administration granted the 510k approval for GE Healthcare's ultra-edition bundle of vivid cardiovascular ultrasound devices in October 2020. With the help of new artificial intelligence (AI)-based capabilities in this package, physicians may reliably carry out quicker, repeatable assessments.

Cardiac surgery gadgets are used to identify heart conditions and treat associated health issues. The market for cardiac surgery devices is divided into regions and device types. The market is divided into therapeutic and operative devices as well as monitoring and diagnostic devices based on the kind of device. Echocardiogram (ECG), remote intensive care, and some other monitoring and diagnostic equipment make up the monitoring and diagnosis devices section. Surgical instruments, grafting, artificial organs, stents, and other therapeutic and cardiac surgery devices are divided into categories under the heading of therapeutic and operative devices. The market is divided into five regions according to geography: Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa, and the Middle East and South America.

Forecast Link estimates that the market for leading to heart disorder prescription medicine sale prices made a contribution of $67 billion us dollars and it has barely raised at such a CAGR of 0.6% in 2014. This is primarily because a breakthrough hypertension brand has been significantly eroded by generic competition since late 2013. However, this market is anticipated to rise at a CAGR of 5.5% (2018–24), after which the approaching loss of protections and the introduction of generic competitors would slow market growth at a CAGR of -2.2%. (2024-28) with the prescription medicine market share contributing $32 billion to the market for treating hypertension in 2018, it is the most prevalent of the other cardiac illnesses and is projected to increase at a CAGR of 1.7% through the year 2028.

Atrial fibrillation is next, with the second-highest market share of $18 million in 2018 and a projected CAGR of 1% through 2028 to maintain its position. Due to their more expensive medical care, the US is the major market for heart problems and will hold this position in 2028 with $26.7 billion in sales. It is anticipated to accelerate at a CAGR of 2.4percent of the total from 2018 to 2028, accounting for 32% of sales in terms of contribution in 2028. Regarding the market for heart disease, European and the Pacific will also have significant growth, while Japan, MENA, and AUNZ will witness stable growth.

The APAC region will have the highest percentage gain in revenue due to new product releases and an improvement in patient days. MENA will have the largest rise in terms of volume, followed by the Americas. The number of drug-treated patient days is anticipated to increase somewhat, with an increase in the global growth rate of 1.4% during the next 10 years.

In the United States, the marketplace for cardiac surgery was predicted to be approximately $7.2 billion in 2020, with approximately 91,000 transcatheter cardio-vascular replacement (TAVR) procedures performed yearly. The market size is projected to increase at a pace of 7.7% each year until it reaches $12.1 million through 2026. In order to conduct this medical market analysis, we looked at 43 cardiac surgery companies from throughout the United States in order to ascertain worldwide sizes, unit sales, and company market shares, and create exact estimates.

The patient base, which is sizable for most of the reasons for cardiac surgery devices, is a significant market driver. In the United States, 1.2 million people have enlarged or otherwise compromised aortic valves. Patients with this illness frequently also have additional co-morbid conditions, which makes them unsuitable for open, invasive cardiac surgery. As they would not need to endure repeated invasive cardiac surgery as they age, children with congenital problems would also receive support from a percutaneous approach.

The market for invasive cardiac surgery is probably going to suffer the most from COVID-19. As less intrusive treatment options become more popular, it is expected that the on-pump coronary artery bypass and off-pump coronary artery bypass market sectors will see declines. This is anticipated to have an impact on other invasive cardiac surgery equipment, including anastomosis aid devices and endoscopic vascular harvesting equipment.

The COVID-19 effect on the balloon valvuloplasty, cerebral embolic protection, and reshaped guide wire markets is probably going to be comparable to that on the transcatheter heart valve replacement (TAVR) business. However, because these operations require a lot of time and resources, the transcatheter mitral valve replacement (TMVR) business will suffer greatly.

The modality segment's highest proportion in 2021, with 29.0%, belonged to nuclear medicine. The market's expansion is influenced by elements like non-invasiveness, picture clarity, effective illness identification even at an early stage, and rising end-user acceptance. More radiologists than any other modality are skilled in using nuclear medicine equipment and accurately reading images.

During the projected period, the sector for computed tomography is anticipated to increase at the quickest pace of 7.6%. Cardiac CT is one of the most important diagnostic tests a doctor may do since it lowers the risk of myocardial infarction by over 30%. The market is projected to rise faster as a result of research to create cutting-edge, noninvasive CT equipment that can efficiently screen for CVD. As a result of technologically advanced medical personnel, increased government healthcare spending, an increasing number of cancer cases and obesity cases compared to other countries, as well as increased activities in research and development North America led the market with a contribution of 38.1% in 2021. Moreover, the APAC region is predicted to experience the fastest Growth of 7.4% over the course of the forecast period because of increased attempts to create new products, enhance government subsidies in healthcare, high demand for innovative devices, and the involvement of many resellers who offer refurbished equipment at reasonable prices. This gives the price-sensitive, underdeveloped market a lot of room to expand.

Cardiovascular Drugs Market Size to Hit USD 231.7 BN by 2030:

The worldwide cardiovascular medicines market is expected to be worth roughly $ 231.7 billion by 2030, increasing from $ 155.6 billion in 2021, and increasing at a CAGR of 4.52% between 2022 and 2030.

As according to Precedence Research, the worldwide cardiovascular medicines market in 2022 would be worth USD 162.64 billion. The rapid modernization of the world has prompted the usage of fast foodstuffs and harmful lifestyle choices, increasing the number of instances of cardiovascular problems. People's lack of physical exercise as a result of their hectic schedules raises the prevalence of cardiovascular illnesses. This increases the demand for and availability of critical cardiovascular medications, which can save patients' lives. A variety of cardiovascular illnesses necessitate palliative care, which contributes to the market's growth.

Regional Analysis:

Because of the large number of people suffering from cardiovascular disorders, especially North American market has experienced the most increase. The rising frequency of hypertension and obesity has resulted in a slew of cardiovascular diseases. Because of the significant number of individuals suffering from hypertension, the Asia Pacific area has proven to be the most rapidly expanding market for cardiovascular medications. Obesity is another condition that contributes to cardiovascular problems, which increases the demand for cardiovascular medications. Because of the large number of older individuals in this region, the European market has grown significantly. The presence of a genetic population drives the demand and distribution network of the cardiovascular medications industry.


Major Cardiology universities in Italy:

·         University of Milan

·         University of Padua

·         Sapienza University of Rome

·         University of Bologna

·         Vita-Salute San Raffaele University

·         Catholic University of the Sacred Heart

·         University of Florence

·         University of Palermo

·         Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome

·         University of Cagliari

·         University of Eastern Piedmont

·         Sapienza University

·         University of Pisa

·         University of Trento



Past Conference Report

We sincerely appreciate the outstanding keynote speakers, participants, students, media partners, and delegates who helped to make Cardiac Surgery 2019 a huge success.

The "6th International Congress on Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery" was held on December 2-3, 2019, in Dubai, UAE. This two-day event had general keynote presentations from research scientists and panel discussions with researchers and other academics.

Cardiac Surgery 2019 served as a platform for all scientists, professional educators, cardiologists, surgeons, biomedical advisors, researchers, and clinical benefits specialists to discuss heart surgery and its diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cardiac disorders.

The conference centered on the theme of "Pioneering the inventive heights in the field of cardiology and surgery," with eminent keynote speakers from many organizations and institutes offering their perceptions and social prospects.

Cardiac Surgery 2019 had fundamental topics that form the foundation for future scientific advancement.

Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Professor Dr. Sonia Sayyedalhosseini, MD
Faculty Member , Medicine
California Northstate university
Los Angeles, USA
OCM Member
Professor Dr. Seyed Saeid Zamanieh Shahri, MD
Faculty Member , Medicine
California Northstate university
Los Angeles, USA
OCM Member
Professor Dipak P. Ramji PhD FLSW
Deputy Head of Biosciences school, Biochemistry
Cardiff University
Swansea, United Kingdom
OCM Member
Dr.Mutaz AlKhnifsawi
President of the Iraqi lipid Clinics Network, Cardiology
Al-Qadissiyah university
Baghdad, Iraq
OCM Member
Dr Syed Raza
Consultant Cardiologist and Physician, Medicine
Awali Hospital
Manama, Bahrain
OCM Member
Dr. Mohd. Shahbaaz Khan
Senior Clinical Fellow , Cardiothoracic Surgery
Hammersmith Hospital, University of London
London City, United Kingdom
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