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Date:5/6/2009

SCAI and Endovascular Forum Launch Interactive, Case-Based Website on Cardiovascular Disease for Worldwide Learning and Collaboration

LAS VEGAS, May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Whether it's a common heart condition or a rare complication, another physician has likely seen a similar patient. That's why the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI) and The Endovascular Forum, Inc. (EVF), an IC Sciences Company, today unveiled a new educational Website to facilitate worldwide collaboration among doctors who treat cardiovascular disease. Launched at SCAI's Annual Scientific Sessions, the Cardiovascular Forum (www.CardioVascularCS.org) provides an interactive platform for interventional cardiologists and their colleagues to share knowledge, experience and perspective on challenging patient cases.

"No matter where a physician practices, there will be tough cases, but the odds are other doctors, maybe in the same town or maybe on another continent, have already faced the same challenges and learned from them," said Dr. Bonnie Weiner, SCAI immediate past president and professor and director of Interventional Cardiology Research, St. Vincent Hospital at Worcester Medical Center, Worcester, MA. "The goal of The Cardiovascular Forum is to provide a dedicated space for doctors to learn from one another, for all of us to expand our knowledge, and ultimately, to improve patient care."

Access to The Cardiovascular Forum is free to physicians, who can log on at any time and have immediate access to a variety of learning options. In addition to slide decks on cutting-edge topics and "Have You Ever Seen This?" postings, The Cardiovascular Forum features Interactive Case Forums, where physicians can post their own cases or participate in case discussions posted by others. Without revealing the patients' identity, the cases describe medical history,
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