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The world's leading heart failure congress
Date:4/29/2013

el therapeutic targets and biomarkers for early detection of disease

  • Intervention in heart failure.

    Intervention in heart failure is a new topic this year and will provide journalists with the latest information on promising treatments. Artificial shunt creation between the left and right atrium is improving signs and symptoms in HFPEF, renal denervation to treat resistant arterial hypertension is emerging as a powerful intervention to prevent and treat heart failure, and ablation of atrial fibrillation holds promise for improving symptomatic heart failure.

    Intervention is now at the core of heart failure management programmes and this shift is reflected in the main theme of the congress, "The heart failure specialist of tomorrow - from diagnosis to intervention". Professor Pieske said: "The heart failure specialist of tomorrow needs a broad understanding of the therapeutic spectrum that we can offer in modern cardiology. This ranges from early detection and risk stratification, pharmacological and non-pharmacological management, intervention, devices, and heart transplantation."

    Joint sessions will be held with the local host, the Portuguese Society of Cardiology, as well as the Brazilian Society of Cardiology and the Spanish Society of Cardiology. A local track focuses on heart failure management problems in the Iberian Peninsula and South America.

    Attended by more than 4,000 heart failure specialists, the Heart Failure Congress is the top event in the field for journalists, cardiologists, interventional heart failure specialists, cardiac surgeons, internists, general physicians, basic scientists, epidemiologists, cardiac nurses and industry.

    HFA president Professor Stefan Anker (Germany) said: "This year's Heart Failure Congress promises four days of the latest science in heart failure and is an event not to be missed."


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