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22nd International Conference on New Horizons in Cardiology & Cardiologists Education

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Join the 22nd International Conference on New Horizons in Cardiology and Cardiologists Education at Berlin Germany during March 07 to 08, 2019

Cardiology Insights 2019 Conferences will be an examination of the newest successions in Heart disease recovery and prevention and on new analysis of Innovation within the field of medical specialty.

Discussions on new Cardiac technology advancement in the field of Heart disease, Cardiovascular Disease, Stem cell Research on heart, Congestive heart failure, Current practices in cardiovascular therapy, Ischemic heart disease and Silent ischemia, Heart Disease Management and more.

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Target Audience:

Cardiologists

Directors

Cardiac Surgeons

Cardio-thoracic Surgeons

Cardiac Nurses

Cardiology Associations and Societies

Business Professionals

Medical colleges and universities

Professors

Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies

Students

Greatest Achievements in the Field of Cardiology:

Electrocardiography

Cardiac catheterization

Coronary angiography

Cardiovascular surgery

Invasive Cardiology

The coronary care unit

Cardiovascular drugs

Preventive Cardiology

Echocardiography

Cardiac Imaging Techniques

Pacemakers and internal defibrillators


Scientific Sessions

Track 01: Heart DiseasesConference Image

The main focus of cardiology is heart; it has numerous physiological features and numerous anatomical features that have been documented for many centuries. The heart primarily function is to pump blood throughout the body. It pumps blood from the body called the systemic circulation through the lungs and is called the pulmonary circulation and then back out to the body. Cardiac, or heart-related, diseases

Track 02: CardiologistsConference Image

Cardiologists are the doctors specialized in medical diagnosis and treatment of coronary artery disease,congenital heart defects, heart failure, treatment valvular heart disease and electrophysiology. There are various fields of cardiology.

Track 03: Endocrinology Of The Heart Conference Image

In the heart of mammals, atrial cardiocytes produce in a regulated manner the polypeptide hormones like brain natriuretic peptide and atrial natriuretic factor. The biological actions of BNP and ANF are similar and they include the modulation of systems that will lead to increase extracellular fluid volume and blood pressure, such as the sympathetic nervous system and the renin–angiotensin system.

Track 04: Cardiac AnaesthesiaConference Image

Cardiac anaesthesia is a challenging subspecialty and unique involving an array of complex procedures performed on patients. Cardiac anaesthesiologist’s have special training in anaesthesia for vascular, cardiac and thoracic surgeries that help assure a safe outcome during surgery.

Track 05: Cardiac Nursing and HealthcareConference Image

Cardiovascular nurses care patients who suffer from different conditions of the cardiovascular system. Cardiac nurses help treat conditions such as cardiomyopathy, unstable angina, coronary artery disease, myocardial infarction , cardiac dysrhythmia and congestive heart failure under the direction of a cardiologist. Cardiac nurses perform stress test evaluations, postoperative care on a surgical unit, cardiac monitoring, health assessments and vascular monitoring.

Track 06: Paediatric and Fetal CardiologyConference Image

Heart Disease in Paediatrics, The Paediatric Cardiology division is responsible for the diagnosis of congenital heart defects. Hemodynamic information will be provided by the Doppler echocardiography. A picture resembling an angiocardiogram, including the various procedures of angioplasty and balloon valvuloplasty in lesion appraisals can be done by Doppler color flow imaging produces. For the on-going management of heart disease in infants, children and adolescents will perform diagnostic procedures such as electrophysiology studies, cardiac catheterizations and echocardiograms.

Track 07: Geriatric CardiologyConference Image

The branch of cardiology and geriatric medicine that deals with the cardiovascular disorders in elderly people called as cardio geriatrics or geriatric cardiology.

Cardiac disorders such as heart failure, coronary heart disease, arrhythmias, cardiomyopathy and others are common and are a major cause of mortality in elderly people. Cardiovascular disorders such as peripheral arterial disease and atherosclerosis cause significant mortality and morbidity in aged people.

Track 08: Cardiac ImmunologyConference Image

Cardiac Immunology research focuses on the role of immune cells in development, cardiovascular remodelling and thrombosis. This includes the study of macrophage biology and their potential functions in relation to their origin and developmental paths

Track 09: Women in Heart DiseaseConference Image

Heart disease is a killer that strikes women than men and is more deadly. Women of all ages can be affected with Heart disease. For younger women, the combination of smoking boosts and birth control pills, heart disease risks by 20 percent. In women risk increases with age, certain things like sedentary lifestyle and overeating can cause accumulation of plaque which leads to clogged arteries later. But being born with an underlying heart condition can be a risk factor even if they lead a completely healthy lifestyle.

Heart disease and stroke prevention in women
Broken heart syndrome
Mental stress and depression
High blood pressure and women
Coronary micro vascular disease (MVD)
Premature atrial contractions
Hormone replacement therapy

Track 10: Heart toxicity and Cardio-oncologyConference Image

The patients who have been treated for cancer will have intersection with some heart conditions. Certain cancer drugs can weaken the heart or cause abnormal rhythms patients who undergo Chemotherapy and radiation therapy are at risk for a variety of cardiovascular complications including heart failure, coronary artery disease, peripheral vascular disease, thromboembolism, pericardial disease and valvular heart disease.

Chemotherapy-related cardiac dysfunctions
Advanced cancer therapy
Malignancy of the heart
Cardio-oncology programs
Intra-cardiac tumor
Cardiomyopathy
Vascular toxicities

Track 11: Cardiac TechnologyConference Image

Cardiac technologists can specialize in non-invasive and/or invasive cardiovascular technology. Some educational programs provide curricula for both specialties, while others offer an option to only study non-invasive technology. Most associate degree programs and certificate include a combination of lecture-based classroom sessions and clinical experiences.

Electrophysiology Course
Cardiac Anatomy and Physiology Course
Medical Safety Course
Diagnostics Course
Invasive Procedures Course

Track 12: Psychiatry and NeurocardiologyConference Image

Health of the Heart and Mind Are Intertwined. Depression affects the entire body, not just the brain. It has been linked to low-grade inflammation, which is involved in the clogging of arteries and the rupture of cholesterol-filled plaque. Depression also boosts the production of stress hormones, which dull the response of the heart and arteries to demands for increased blood flow. It activates blood cell fragments known as platelets, making them more likely to clump and form clots in the bloodstream.

Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT)
Interpersonal therapy (IPT)
Behaviour therapy
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT).
Efficacy of medication and psychotherapy

Track 13: Veterinary CardiologyConference Image

A veterinary cardiologist is a specialist that has advanced training in the circulatory system, heart and its function .Veterinary cardiology specialists will perform a complete and detailed physical examination on the animal, and based on these additional tests, initial findings will be discussed. Veterinary cardiologists will also review animal’s past history and current medications. Depending on the animal’s condition, diagnostic testing or treatments. Most veterinary cardiologists work with small animals; however, some specialize in large animals including horses and cattle.

Track 14: Genomics in Heart DiseaseConference Image

Cardiac development, pathological remodelling and function in response to stress depend on the dynamic control of tissue specific gene expression by distant acting transcriptional enhancers. Recently, super-enhancers (SEs), also known as large or stretch enhancer clusters, are emerging as sentinel regulators within the gene regulatory networks that underpin cellular functions.

Genomic ‘dark matter’
Cardiovascular genetic switches
Master switches
Cardiovascular super-enhancers

Track 15: Microbiology Of HeartConference Image

In most cases, the heart valves are affected, but the disease can also occur on mural endocardium or on the septal defects. The diagnosis of infective endocarditis describes infection of the endocardial surface of the heart and indicates the presence of micro-organisms in the lesion. It is most often associated with infections caused by Streptococcus pneumonia, Streptococcus pyogenes or Staphylococcus aureus.

Track 16: Cardiac RegenerationConference Image

The regrowth of damaged heart tissue with cutting edge science, including cell free therapy and stem cell. Reparative tools have been engineered to restore function using the body's natural ability to regenerate and damaged heart tissue.Patients and providers working together are finding regenerative solutions that restore, renew and recycle patients' own reparative capacity.

Stem cell-derived engineered cardiac tissue
Cardiac stem cells
Tissue graft cardiac cell replacement
Cardiac remodelling
Cardiac regenerative therapy
Heart repair, heart tissue regeneration and stem cells
Trans-differentiation during heart regeneration
Biomimetic heart valve replacement

Track 17: Therapeutic Advances in Heart FailureConference Image

Costs of providing a particular medical service can be measured, but it is more difficult to assess whether the service provides good value for the money spent. Extensive cost-effectiveness studies have been conducted on many important cardiovascular therapies:

β-blockers and diuretics for multiple CVD outcomes, mortality, and prevention of recurrent myocardial infarction (MI);
Statins for both primary and secondary prevention of CVD;
Enalapril for prevention and treatment of congestive heart failure;
Tissue plasminogen activator treatment of acute MI;
Coronary artery bypass graft for left main, single-, and 2-vessel coronary artery disease, or severe angina;
Physician counselling for smoking; and
Radiofrequency ablation therapy for Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome.
Anticoagulation Therapy and Thrombosis Prevention
Aortic Stenosis and TAVR

Track 18: Cardiac MarkersConference Image

Cardiac markers are employed in the diagnosing the risk of patients with suspected acute coronary syndrome and chest pain. The cardiac troponins, specially, became the cardiac markers of alternative for patients with acute coronary syndrome. Cardiac biomarkers are often a step toward in diagnosing a condition. Whereas Cardiac imaging usually confirms a diagnosing, less costly and easier cardiac biomarker measurements will advise a medico whether or not invasive procedures are secured or additional complicated

Track 19: Innovative New Cardiac ImagingConference Image

Traditional cardiac diagnostic tests such as stress tests and echocardiograms can show a physician how much blood is flowing to the heart. However, blood flow can also appear to be normal even with plaque build-up. The latest advances in cardiovascular imaging are required to see the extent of that build up If there are regions of the heart that are not getting as much blood as others, it might be a sign of clogged coronary arteries.

New Angiography Systems
Hands-Free Physician Control of Images
Outpatient, Office-Based Catheter Interventions
Wireless Ultrasound Transducer
Noiseless MRI
640-Slice CT Scanner
FFR-Like CT Culprit Vessel Analysis
Radiation Dose Monitoring
OLED Displays
Aesthetically Pleasing Cath Labs
Single Detector Spectral CT Imaging
Better Trans catheter Mitral Valve Repair Guidance
3-D Sculptures From 3-D Datasets

Track 20: Heart Disease and NutritionConference Image

Healthy eating habits don’t focus on one type of nutrients or one type of food to promote healthy heart. Healthy eating habits rely on a combination of foods chosen regularly, over time. At their core atherosclerosis and hypertension, cardiovascular diseases affecting the developed world. Where both atherosclerosis and hypertension affected by diet from nutritional point of view.

Dietary cholesterol
Hypercholesterolemia
Obesity
Physician impairment
Dietary fatty acids
Atherosclerosis
Nutrient determination of cardiac responsiveness

Track 21: Predictive Risk factors for Heart DiseaseConference Image

Heart Disease is the most common cause of death around the globe and includes coronary heart disease, stroke, mini stroke and peripheral arterial disease. There are many risk factors associated with coronary heart disease and stroke. Some risk factors, like high blood pressure, can be modified with treatment and some risk factors such as family history, cannot be modified. Non modifiable and modifiable risk factors can increase the probability of developing CVD.

Physical inactivity and cardiovascular disease
Tobacco and cardiovascular disease
Diet and cardiovascular disease
Blood lipids as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease
Hypertension impacts on your heart and blood vessels
Obesity and cardiovascular disease

Track 22: Cardio Metabolic HealthConference Image

People with diabetes, particularly type 2 diabetes, may have the following conditions that contribute to their risk for developing cardiovascular disease. Diabetes is treatable, but even when glucose levels are under control it greatly increases the risk of heart disease and stroke.

High blood pressure (hypertension)
Abnormal cholesterol and high triglycerides
Lack of physical activity
Obesity

Track 23: Adverse Drug Reactions MonitoringConference Image

Patients with cardiovascular disease are particularly vulnerable to adverse drug reactions (ADRs). ADR occur frequently in modern medical practice, increasing mortality and morbidity and inflating the cost of care. Patients with cardiovascular disease are vulnerable due to their polypharmacy, advanced age, and the influence of heart disease on drug metabolism. The ADR potential for a particular cardiovascular drug varies the extent of exposure to other drugs, the disease being treated, and the individual.

Track 24: Cardiovascular RehabilitationConference Image

Major surgeries and events, like heart surgery, heart transplant, or heart attack, and less intensive procedures, like a stent intervention, take a toll on your body. To regain your strength and move forward with an active, healthy lifestyle it’s important to have the proper medical monitoring and guidance.

Cardiovascular rehabilitation provides a monitored exercise program to help improve your mobility and quality of life. And it is also beneficial for chronic conditions, such as vascular disease that causes pain or limits your walking ability.

Heart attack
Coronary artery disease
Heart failure
Peripheral artery disease
Chest pain (angina)
Cardiomyopathy
Certain congenital heart diseases
Coronary artery bypass surgery
Angioplasty and stents
Heart or lung transplant
Heart valve repair or replacement
Pulmonary hypertension

Track 25: Palliative Care and Heart FailureConference Image

Once heart failure progresses to Stage D, patients experience high symptom burden and face a median life expectancy of only 6–12 months and poor quality of life.Palliative care is a multidisciplinary approach to patient management that focuses on improving quality of life for all patients diagnosed with a life-limiting illness and relieving unpleasant symptoms. Historically, when the patient was felt to have a life expectancy 6 months or less (Stage D heart failure) palliative care referrals will be initiated.

Major approaches in coronary revascularization have been the development of beating heart bypass surgery .The recent inventions in minimally invasive surgery includes robotic surgery and enabling technologies those aimed at lessening aortic manipulation and technologies such as the anastomotic devices. These procedures and innovative devices for treating and diagnosing heart conditions are on the horizon.

Track 26: Adavances in Heart DiseasesConference Image

New drugs cut cholesterol levels by half (PCSK9 inhibitors)
Replacing aortic valves without surgery (Trans catheter aortic valve replacement)
Renal denervation loses luster
Wireless sensors for severe heart failure ( CardioMEMS HF System)
Google Glass
Bioresorbable stents
Leadless pacemaker
Valve-in-valve procedure
Protein patch for heart muscle growth
Coronary occlusion recanalization

Track 27: Myths about Heart DiseaseConference Image

We have learned a great deal about what causes heart attacks and how to prevent them over the past decade. It’s time to start thinking and set the record straight of this as a disease that doesn’t spare children and woman. But there's a chance you might have misconceptions about the risk factors for heart disease, or heart disease itself unless you follow medical news closely. We need to separate fact from fiction so that together, your health is non-negotiable; we can stop this killer for all and once.

Heart disease is for men, and cancer is the real threat for women
Heart disease is for old people
Heart disease doesn’t affect women who are fit
I don’t have any symptoms
Heart disease runs in my family, so there’s nothing I can do about it
Diabetes won't cause heart disease if you take diabetes medication.
You can lower your risk of heart disease with vitamins and supplements.
If you have smoked for years, you can't reduce your risk of heart disease by quitting.
A small heart attack is no big deal.
Angioplasty and stenting or bypass surgery "fix" your heart.

Track 28: Heart Healthy LifestyleConference Image

What can making better choices do for health and longevity? Harmful habits herald the coming of heart disease they are carrying too many pounds, smoking, eating poorly, being inactive, and drinking too much alcohol. Together and alone, they set the stage for artery-damaging atherosclerosis this occurs by deranging metabolism and changing how cells and tissues work.

Nutrition & Dietetics
Preventive cardiologists

Track 29: Case Reports on CardiologyConference Image

Case reports plays major role in the field of medical research and evidenced based medicine. Cardiology Case report is a detailed study of patient symptoms diagnosis & treatment. Case Reports is anecdotal evidence, together with case series. There are two types of cardiologists namely, adult cardiologists, who are adequately trained to treat adults and another type is paediatric cardiologists, who are trained to treat children. Case report describes and provides a detail insight into disorders related to heart and thereby, contributes landmark guidance for other cardiologists, which helps to determine more safe and secure cardio logical therapeutics.

Track 30: Cardiovascular Disease mortality rateConference Image

Cardiovascular diseases CVDs remain a major cause of health loss for all regions of the world.CVDs take the lives of 17.7 million people every year, 31% of all global deaths. remain a major cause of health loss for all regions of the world.

In spite of there is progress in prevention of CVD, it has been highly inadequate and uneven, particularly in middle income and low Countries. Voluntary global targets have helped to stimulate resources, attention and accountability on harmful use of alcohol, tobacco use, unhealthy diet and physical inactivity which are the major behavioural causes of CVD.These in turn show up in people as raised blood pressure, elevated blood glucose and overweight and obesity, risks detrimental to good healthy heart.

Track 31: Cardiology Fellowship CompetitivenessConference Image

A Fellowship is that the amount of medical coaching, that a medico could undertake once finishing a specialty educational program .Throughout this point , the Physician is known as a Fellow. Fellows are capable of acting as attending medico or a Consultant Physician within the student field within which they were trained, adore general medicine or medicine. Once finishing a Fellowship within the relevant sub-specialty, the medico is allowable to follow while not direct management by different physicians in this sub-specialty, such as Cardiology or Oncology.

AGENDA

Day 1, Agenda
General Session
08:00 AM .............................................................................................................................................................
INTRODUCTION
09:00 AM .............................................................................................................................................................
PLENARY
10:00 AM .............................................................................................................................................................
KEYNOTE
.............................................................................................................................................................
Networking & Refreshments
Break @ Foyer
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HALL 01 HALL 02 HALL 03
11:00 AM
Talks On: Talks On: Talks On:
Discovery of the Millennium
Routes of Cardiology
Cardiology and its Research Discovery and functional
characterization Genomics
and Molecular Cardiology
.................................................... ..................................................... ......................................................
Talks On: Talks On: Talks On:
Paediatric And Fetal
Cardiology
Women and Heart Disease Evolving Field of Geriatric
Cardiology
SESSION DISCUSSION SESSION DISCUSSION SESSION DISCUSSION
02:00 PM Panel Over: Panel Over: Panel Over:
Therapeutic Advances in
Heart diseases
Biopharmaceuticals and its
applications
Innovative New Cardiac
Imaging
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Workshop On: Workshop On: Workshop On:
Cardio metabolic Health Adverse Drug Reactions
Monitoring
Cardiovascular super-enhancers
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Lunch Break @ Restaurant Lunch Break @ Restaurant Lunch Break @ Restaurant
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04:00 PM Talks On: Talks On: Talks On:
Genetic Risk of CAD and
Clinical Application
New Angiography Systems Cardiac Technology
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Lectures on: Lectures on: Lectures on:
Trans Genic Techniques in
Cardiac research
Gene Analysis in the
Diseased Heart
Cardio Immunology
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06:00 PM Session On: Session On: Session On:
Case Reports On Cardiology Myths About Heart Disease Cardiovascular Rehabilitation
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Day 2, Agenda
General Session
08:00 AM .............................................................................................................................................................
INTRODUCTION
09:00 AM .............................................................................................................................................................
PLENARY
10:00 AM .............................................................................................................................................................
KEYNOTE
.............................................................................................................................................................
Networking & Refreshments
Break @ Foyer
HALL 01 HALL 02 HALL 03
11:00 AM
Talks On: Talks On: Talks On:
Cardiac Regeneration and Repair Exercising Engineered Heart
muscle to maturity
Heart repair, Heart tissue
regeneration and Stem cells
.................................................... ..................................................... ......................................................
Talks On: Talks On: Talks On:
Computer Modeling to
personalize
Bio-engineered heart valves
Therapeutic approaches for
cardiac regeneration and
repair
Stem cell-derived Engineered
Cardiac tissue
SESSION DISCUSSION SESSION DISCUSSION SESSION DISCUSSION
02:00 PM Panel Over: Panel Over: Panel Over:
Psychiatry and Heart Disease Effects of stress on Heart
disease
Efficacy of Medication and
Psychotherapy
................................................. ................................................ ................................................
Workshop On: Workshop On: Workshop On:
Current advances of Tissue graft
Cardiac cell replacement
Cardio toxicity of Cancer therapy Predictive Risk factors for Heart
Disease
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Lunch Break @ Restaurant Lunch Break @ Restaurant Lunch Break @ Restaurant
.................................................... ..................................................... ......................................................
04:00 PM Talks On: Talks On: Talks On:
Chemotherapy-related
cardiac dysfunctions
Intra-cardiac Tumor Hypertension and Diabetes
impacts on Heart and Blood
vessels
.................................................... ..................................................... ......................................................
Lectures on: Lectures on: Lectures on:
Palliative Care And Heart Failure Cardiac-Oncology programs Endocrinology of the heart
.................................................... ..................................................... ......................................................
06:00 PM Session On: Session On: Session On:
Young Researchers in Cardiology
and Cardiologists Education
Poster Presentations Award Closing Ceremony
.................................................... ..................................................... .....................................................

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