World Experts to Announce Late-Breaking Developments in Endovascular Treatments for Cardiovascular Diseases
PHOENIX, Feb. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- International Congress Foundation is pleased to present International Congress XXII on Endovascular Interventions, a global educational forum where leading cardiovascular specialists assemble to discuss the newest developments in endovascular therapies.
Hosted by Arizona Heart Institute and supported by Arizona Heart Foundation, International Congress XXII takes place February 8-12, 2009 at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. Throughout the week, the latest advances and breaking news on endovascular technologies and techniques are announced through a combination of peer-reviewed abstract presentations by an international faculty, spirited debates and panel discussions. Live-case demonstrations of complex interventions are also broadcast via high-definition satellite from Arizona Heart Hospital endovascular suites and cardiac catheterization laboratories and Arizona Heart Institute Translational Research Center.
"The emphasis on advanced endovascular techniques, many developed at Arizona Heart Institute, has been the hallmark of International Congress for 22 years," said Dr. Edward B. Diethrich, International Congress Chairman and Founder/Medical Director of Arizona Heart Institute and Arizona Heart Hospital. "This year is no exception, as the Power of Three--Arizona Heart Institute, Arizona Heart Hospital and Arizona Heart Foundation & Translational Research Center--continues to forge new frontiers in cardiovascular medicine in all areas of patient care, research and education," continued Diethrich. "Despite today's challenging economic climate, we are more dedicated than ever to delivering superior care to all patients, both locally and globally."
International Congress XXII on Endovascular Interventions is a significant source of breaking news on multiple topics related to cardiovascular surgery and minimally invasive intervention such as:
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: New Devices, Tools, and Techniques Indications for Stand-Alone Thoracic Endografting, Open Surgery and Hybrid Techniques Carotid Artery Stenting: Unresolved Problems and Questions Controversies in the Treatment of Peripheral Vascular Diseases Endovenous Treatment Modalities New Directions in Cardiovascular Imaging Multidisciplinary Approaches to Managing Lower Extremity Pain Creative Endovascular Surgical and Wound Care Solutions for Limb Salvage Holistic Approaches which Complement Cardiovascular Medicine Cardiac Stem Cell Treatment of Heart Failure and Residual Myocardial Ischemia Cell Therapy for Peripheral Vascular Disease The Future of Regenerative Medicine and Biogenomics
|SOURCE Arizona Heart Institute|
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