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6th International Conference on Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine
About Global Cardiology Congress 2019
Global Cardiology Congress 2019 Conference will be an examination of new research Innovation in the field of Cardiology and spread the latest progressions in heart disease prevention and recovery. Discussion on new technology advancement in the field of Cardiovascular Disease, current practices in cardiovascular therapy, Heart Disease Management, Stem cell Research on heart, Silent ischemia and ischemic heart disease, Heart failure, Congestive heart failure and more. Detecting heart disease and other cardiac conditions involves a team of healthcare professionals, of which the Cardiology technologist is a key player. The global cardiology market is expected to grow at a strong CAGR during the forecast period of 2014 to 2019 and is estimated to be worth $2,100 million by 2019. The market is mainly driven by the increasing research funding for cardiology from governments and private investors, growing demand for personalized medicine in the U.S. and Europe.



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With people from around the world focused on getting some answers concerning Cardiology, this is your single most obvious opportunity to accomplish the greatest accumulation of individuals from the mending focuses, Universities, bunch, etc. These Global Cardiology Congress in 2019 will coordinate appear; disperse information, meeting with recurring pattern and potential investigators and get name affirmation at this 2-day event. Broadly acclaimed speakers, the most recent frameworks, methodologies, and the most current updates in Cardiology field are indications of this conference. This Global Cardiology Congress, Cardiology Gatherings, Cardiology events and Cardiology Meetings will help in frameworks organization, B2B uniting amidst specialists and academicians.

This Global Cardiology Congress will be a truly international event; we expect to welcome healthcare professionals from over 100 countries. We also have a global faculty who are leading experts in their fields. Gain valuable awareness from these prominent professionals from skilled institutions.


Registration Benefits:

CME (Continuing Medical Education) Credits
All 2 days programs
Reception banquet
B2B meetings
A free paper abstract in our Journal for free of cost
Accepted Abstracts will be published in respective supporting journals, each abstract will be labelled with a DOI provided by Cross Ref.
Certificate of the presentation by International Organizing Committee (IOCM)
Can attend all the Interactive sessions and Workshops
Career Guidance Workshops to the Graduates, Doctorates and Post-Doctoral Fellows
2 days Lunch during the conference
Coffee break during the conference
Conference Kit
Acknowledged modified works will be distributed in specified journals with DOI.
Ecumenical systems administration: In exchanging and trading Conceptions.
Master Forums.
Best Poster Awards.
Best Start-Up Awards.
Pre-conference and Conference Workshops.
Symposiums on Latest Research.

Sessions/Tracks

Track 1: Acute Coronary Syndromes
Acute coronary syndrome is a term used to describe a range of conditions associated with sudden, reduced blood flow to the heart. The signs and symptoms of acute coronary syndrome, which usually begin abruptly, include the following:
Chest pain (angina) or discomfort, often described as aching, pressure, tightness or burning
Pain radiating from the chest to the shoulders, arms, upper abdomen, back, neck or jaw

Nausea or vomiting
Indigestion
Shortness of breath (dyspnea)
Sudden, heavy sweating (diaphoresis)
Lightheadedness, dizziness or fainting
Unusual or unexplained fatigue
Feeling restless or apprehensive

Track 2: Arrhythmias
Any change in the normal sequencing upon the electrical impulses is termed to be “Arrhythmia” The electrical impulses may happen either faster or slower and sometimes erratically too that can cause heart beats with improper heart rates counts, where the heart cannot pump blood effectively causing improper functioning of Pulmonary system, Nervous system to shut down or to get completely damaged.

Arrhythmias and antiarrhythmic drug therapy
Atrial flutter/fibrillation - Electrophysiologic concepts and clinical aspects
Management of cardiac arrhythmias pediatric population
Heart rate variability and prognostic implications
QT prolongation/dispersion: pathophysiology and prognostic implications
Sudden death
Electrophysiologic techniques of mapping and radiofrequency ablation
Advances in internal defibrillation and implantable antiarrhythmic devices
Electrophysiology and Arrhythmias

Track 3: Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology

Arteriosclerosis can occur when arteries grow thick and stiff and restrict blood flow to organs and tissues in the body. This gradual process, also known as hardening of the arteries, weakens arteries and can develop in various organs, most commonly the heart. Arteries circulate blood throughout the body, but when plaque – fat, cholesterol and other cellular waste – build up on artery walls, arteriosclerosis can develop. Arteriosclerosis can develop into atherosclerosis. This condition can cause heart disease, strokes, circulation problems in the arms and legs, aneurysms that can cause life-threatening internal bleeding and chronic kidney disease.

Thrombosis is the formation of a blood clot, known as a thrombus, within a blood vessel. It prevents blood from flowing normally through the circulatory system.
Signs and Symptoms includes: Discomfort, heaviness, pain, aching, throbbing, itching, or warmth in the legs, Skin changes in the leg, such as discoloration, thickening, or ulceration, Swelling of the legs, ankles, or feet.

The vascular network consists of both small and large vessels specifically designed to accommodate varying levels of blood flow and pressure, depending upon the location within the body (e.g. large conduit vessels versus small microvessels within the capillary beds in tissues).

Coronary Artery Calcification Screening
Coronary Artery Calcification as a Predictor of Cardiac Events
Cardiac Structure and Function
Contrast Administration
Cardiac Chamber Volume
Myocardial Contractility
Stroke Volume
Diastolic Function
Ejection Fraction
Regurgitant Volumes
Cardiac Output
Myocardial Perfusion
Myocardial Mass Quantification
Measurement Reproducibility
Constrictive Pericarditis
Intracardiac Thrombus

Track 4: Cardiac Development, Structure and Function
In human embryos the heart begins to beat at about 22-23 days, with blood flow beginning in the 4th week. The heart is therefore one of the earliest differentiating and functioning organs.

The heart begins very early in mesoderm within the trilaminar embryonic disc. The heart forms initially in the embryonic disc as a simple paired tube inside the forming pericardial cavity, which when the disc folds, gets carried into the correct anatomical position in the chest cavity.

A key aspect of heart development is the septation of the heart into separate chambers. As the embryonic or fetal circulation is different to the neonatal circulation, several defects of heart septation may only become apparent on this transition. One septal "defect" occurs in us all, the foramen ovale (between the 2 atria) which in general closes in the neonate over time.
Embryonic Heart Rate (EHR), early in development the heart starts to spontaneously beat and a recent study by Wisser and Dirschedl in dated human embryos showed an increase up to 63 postmenstrual days or 22 mm greatest length. Thereafter a steady decrease of EHR was noted. Maximal EHR is reached when morphological development of the embryonic heart is completed.

The cardiovascular system consists of the heart, blood, and blood vessels (arteries, veins, and capillaries). This complex system is involved in a diverse number of functions, including: Transporting blood, proteins, nutrients, O2, CO2, and other molecules, Tissue regeneration and reorganization, Developmental processes, Thermoregulation, Immune response, Wound healing

Track 5: Cardiac Surgery
Cardiac surgery is an invasive method used for the correction of certain disorders/defects caused to the heart. This surgery is done only by cardiac surgeons and helps in the correction of ailments caused, if the patient is suffering from blood clot then the doctors commence an open heart surgery wherein the clot is either removed and a stent is placed or the clot is removed using angioplasty method. In this method, the need for open heart surgery is not required with minimal loss of blood and with the help of catheters the clot is removed thus helping the heart function to be in stable condition. Also, for various types of valve replacements and for implantation in the heart, cardiac surgeries are carried out.

Open Heart Surgery
Heart Valve Replacement
Ballon Angioplasty
Cardiomyoplasty
Septal Myectomy
Advances in congenital heart disease
Angioplasty or surgery for multi vessel coronary artery disease
New approaches to surgical revascularization: Minimally invasive surgery, TMLR
Therapeutic and physiologic issues surrounding heart valve surgery
Mechanical support left ventricular assist devices
Surgery for LV dysfunction
Cardiac transplantation

Track 6: Cardio metabolic Health and Diabetes
Obesity can also lead to heart failure. This is a serious condition when your heart cannot pump enough blood to satisfy the needs of your body. After affected by diabetes, a person is at increased risk of heart disease and stroke. One can reduce the risk by maintaining blood glucose levels, blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels close to the recommended target values ??- levels suggested by diabetes professionals for good health. Stroke and coronary heart disease can be caused by the same problem - atherosclerosis.

The term "diabetic heart disease" (DHD) means heart disease that occurs in people who have high content of carbohydrate in blood. In comparison with people who don't have diabetes, people who have diabetes; are at a higher risk of heart disease, have additional reasons of heart disease, may develop heart disease at a younger age, may have more severe heart diseases. In Congenital Heart Disease, a waxy substance called plaque builds up inside the coronary arteries. These arteries supply our heart muscle with blood rich in oxygen. Plaque constitutes of fat, cholesterol, calcium, and various other substances found in the blood. When plaque happens in the arteries, the condition is called atherosclerosis.

Diabetic cardiomyopathy
Hypertension
Abnormal cholesterol and high triglycerides
Pre-diabetes
Types of strokes

Track 7: Cardiology Nursing
Cardiovascular Nurses work in many different environments, including coronary care units (CCUs), cardiac catheterization, intensive care units (ICUs), operating theaters, heart rehabilitation centers, clinical research, cardiac surgery departments, and cardiovascular intensive care units. Cardiac nursing is a special nursing field which works with patients who suffer from different conditions of the cardiovascular system. Cardiac nurses help treat and care conditions such as unstable angina, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, infarction of myocardium and cardiac arrhythmia under the direction of a cardiologist. Cardiac nurses perform post-operative treatment on a surgical unit, stress test evaluations, cardiac monitoring, vascular monitoring, and health evaluations. Cardiac nurses work in various kinds of environments, involving coronary care units (CCU), catheterization of heart, intensive care units (ICU), operating theatres, cardiac rehabilitation Centers, clinical research, wards for cardiac surgery, cardiovascular intensive care units (CVICU), and cardiac medical wards.

Track 8: Cardiovascular Risk Factors

There are many cardiovascular risk factors associated with coronary heart disease and stroke. Some risk factors like family history cannot be modified, but other risk factors such as high blood pressure, can be modified with treatment. Once can necessarily develop cardiovascular and cardiology diseases if he/she have a risk factor. More the risk factors greater the likelihood to have the heart disease, unless one takes action to modify the risk factors and works to prevent them compromising the heart health.

Physical inactivity and cardiovascular disease
Tobacco and cardiovascular disease
Diet and cardiovascular disease
Bad Fats
Blood lipids (fats) as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease
Obesity and cardiovascular disease
Family history and cardiovascular disease
Diabetes as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease
Hypertension diagnosis

Track 9: Case Reports On Cardiology
A case report on Cardiology gives an appropriate convention for all cardiologists by rendering their important clinical cases of late occurrence. Studying from medical cases provides valuable experience for clinicians, students and paramedical staff -members. Rare medical reports and conditions discovered through the latest methods of examination are energized. Moreover, studying diagnostic methods from medical cases and the interpretation of symptoms is significant to train and burgeon the thought processes which are being used in the clinical field.

Track 10: Congenital Heart Disease and Pediatric Cardiology
An inborn issue otherwise known as an innate illness, distortion, birth deformity, or inconsistency, may be a condition existing at or before birth paying very little heed to evoke. Birth surrenders fluctuate typically in cause and aspect effects. Some intrinsic heart diseases in youngsters are easy and needn't hassle with treatment, as an instance, a bit gap between heart chambers that closes on their lonesome. Alternative intrinsic heart abandons in youngsters are a lot of Byzantine and should need a couple of surgeries performed over a time of quite long whereas, the rationale for an inborn heart deformity is often unknown. Having a guardian with innate heart imperfectness is likewise a danger issue. Variety of hereditary conditions are connected with heart absconds as well as Down disorder, Turner disorder, and Marfan syndrome. No heritable heart imperfections are isolated into 2 principle branches:

Cyanotic heart abandons
Non-cyanotic heart diseases

Track 11: Controversies and Advances in the Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease
Risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease include: high blood pressure (hypertension), radiation therapy, smoking, lack of sleep, high blood cholesterol (hyperlipidemia), diabetes, diets that are high in fat combined with carbohydrates, physical inactivity, drinking too much alcohol, stress, air pollution, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) and reduced lung function

Track 12: Coronary Artery Disease
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for people of most racial/ethnic groups in the United States, including African Americans, Hispanics and Whites. For Asian Americans or Pacific Islanders and American Indians or Alaska Natives, heart disease is second only to cancer. In the United States, someone has a heart attack every 34 seconds. Every 60 seconds, someone in the United States dies from a heart disease-related event. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. More than half of the deaths due to heart disease in 2009 were in men. Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the most common type of heart disease, killing over 370,000 people annually. Every year about 735,000 Americans have a heart attack. Of these, 525,000 are a first heart attack and 210,000 happen in people who have already had a heart attack.

The plaque and acute coronary syndromes
Mechanisms involved in myocardial stunning, hibernation and ischemic preconditioning
Acute myocardial infarction: thrombolysis and reperfusion
Angioplasty therapy for acute myocardial infarction
Stents: new devices/optimal application/multiple stents
Antithrombotic and antiplatelet adjunctive therapy for PTCA
Blockade of tissue proliferation after coronary interventions
Restenosis - use of ionizing radiation
Nitrates, beta blockers, calcium entry blockers and ACE inhibition for myocardial
ischemia/infarction
Left ventricular remodeling after myocardial infarction
Assessment of prognosis, post-acute myocardial infarction
Secondary prevention, risk stratification
Cardiac rehabilitation as secondary prevention: is it worth the effort?
Can the progress of atherosclerosis be halted?
Modification of lipoproteins and coronary disease
Hypertension, new therapeutic approaches
Diabetes mellitus, obesity, insulin and atherosclerosis
Mental stress: its effect on cardiovascular health
Primary prevention of coronary artery disease in the healthy adult
Hormone therapy in postmenopausal women: does it alter coronary risk?
Prevention in children

Track 13: Device Therapies for Heart Failure
People who have severe heart failure or serious arrhythmias (irregular heartbeats) are candidates for implantable defibrillators. These devices are surgically placed and deliver pacing, or an electric counter shock, to the heart when a life-threatening abnormal rhythm is detected. People with heart failure develop abnormal conduction of the heart’s electrical system that changes how efficiently the heart beats. Cardiac resynchronization therapy, also known as biventricular pacing, may be needed. The left ventricle is the large, muscular chamber of the heart that pumps blood out to the body. A left ventricular assist device (LVAD) is a battery-operated, mechanical pump-type device that's surgically implanted. Heart failure can develop when blockages in the coronary arteries restrict the blood supply to the heart muscle. Removing these blockages can improve overall heart function, which may improve or resolve heart failure symptoms. PCI is one type of procedure to reopen blocked vessels. Coronary artery bypass surgery reroutes the blood supply around a blocked section of the artery. During this procedure, surgeons remove healthy blood vessels from another part of the body, such as a leg or the chest wall. They then surgically attach the vessels to the diseased artery in such a way that the blood can flow around the blocked section.

Cardiac resynchronization therapy
Defibrillation technology
Cardiac pacemaker
LV reverses remodelling
Defibrillator
Pacemaker
Intra-aortic balloon pump (IABP)

Track 14: Diagnostic Methods
The cardiac diagnostic tests are being discovered to understand the disease, injury, and congenital (present at birth) and other acquired abnormalities of the heart. Few diagnostic tests like Electrocardiogram (ECG), Stress test (also called tread mill or exercise ECG), Transesopheagal echocardiogram, Holter monitor and Loop recorder are used to visualise the damaged heart tissues and blood vessels in cardiovascular diseases.
In Electro physiology study, the irregular heart rhythms are examined by fixing the insulated electric catheters in the large vein of the upper leg and thread into the heart. The other test like Tilt Table test, involves the patient being placed in a table with foot support and table is tilted upward and downwards and the patient’s blood pressure, heart beat and pulse rate are monitored throughout during the process. Cardiology diagnostic tests are the methods of identify the heart conditions associated with pathologic heart function.

Biochemical markers of acute ischemia
Transesophageal echocardiography
Pharmacologic stress testing - echocardiography
Echocardiography, three-dimensional reconstruction
Nuclear cardiology - new techniques to assess cardiac perfusion, function and viability
PET - new insights into myocardial metabolism
Applications of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging
CT and coronary calcification
Percutaneous coronary angioscopy
Intravascular ultrasound imaging
Intracoronary flow, Doppler measurements

Track 15: Epidemiology and Big Data
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) including coronary artery disease, stroke, heart failure, peripheral arterial disease, and other CVD manifestations comprise the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Key risk factors, including hypertension, cigarette smoking, elevated cholesterol, elevated glucose levels/diabetes, obesity, and physical inactivity comprise the top six leading causes of death globally. Prevention of CVD focuses on identifying and managing these and other key risk factors at both the population and individual level through approaches aimed at primordial, primary, and secondary prevention. Global risk factor assessment with short- or long-term risk prediction algorithms can help identify those most appropriate for treatment. Novel risk factor evaluation and screening for subclinical CVD can also help identify persons at highest risk. Clinical trials have documented the efficacy of key interventions, including those involving antiplatelet, blood pressure, lipid modifying, and diabetes treatments in particular. Future efforts will best determine what combination of interventions at both the population and individual level can have the greatest impact on prevention of CVD.

Track 16: General Cardiology
Cardiology is a field of medicine that deals with the study and function of Heart. This study involves understanding the functioning of the heart and also about its valves. It is the study that helps in gaining knowledge on how to tackle disorders caused to the organ. The heart is one of the most important organs of the body; its main function is to supply blood throughout the body and also to oxygenate the deoxygenated blood. Cardiology is divided into various branches based on the patient and the type of disorder. Cardiology can be further divided into surgical and non-surgical cardiology. It is one of the most important and developing branches in the field of medicine.

Clinical Cardiology
Sports Cardiology

Track 17: Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathies
Cardiomyopathy is a condition where the heart muscle is not normal. Dilated, Hypertrophic and Restrictive cardiomyopathy are the main types of cardiomyopathies. This condition makes it harder for the heart to pump and deliver blood to the rest of the body. Coronary heart disease can lead to heart failure by weakening the heart muscle over time. The term heart failure doesn't mean that the heart has stopped or is about to stop working. It is a serious condition that requires medical care.

Sudden cardiac arrest
Myocardial infraction and repair
Congestive heart failure
Neurohumoral, immunologic and cytokine aspects of heart failure
Nitric oxide and nitric oxide synthase in heart failure
Myocyte and receptor abnormalities in heart failure
Natriuretic peptides, endothelin: role in heart failure
Inflammatory mediators and heart failure
Dilated cardiomyopathy: various etiologies
Ischemic cardiomyopathy
Left ventricular hypertrophy and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
Role of the pericardium, pericarditis and restrictive cardiomyopathy
Pathophysiologic and prognostic insights in valvular heart disease
Pulmonary circulation aspects, pulmonary hypertension
Predictors and markers of heart failure outcome
Exercise physiology in heart failure
Renal aspects - diuretics
Digoxin and other new inotropic agents in heart failure
ACE inhibitors and Angiotensin-ll receptor blockers
Beta-blockers and beta-adrenergic receptors in heart failure
Calcium channel blockers and promoters in heart failure
Cardiac pacing strategies in heart failure

Track 18: Hypertension
Hypertension is another name for high blood pressure. It’s a disease that can lead to severe complications and increases the risk of heart disease, stroke, and death. Blood pressure can be defined as the force exerted by the blood against the walls of the blood vessels and the pressure depends on the work being done by the heart and the resistance of the blood vessels. Medical guidelines define hypertension as a blood pressure higher than 130 over 80 millimetres of mercury (mmHg), according to guidelines issued by the American Heart Association (AHA) in November 2017. Around 85 million people in the United States are suffering from high blood pressure. Hypertension and heart disease are the leading global health concerns. The World Health Organization (WHO) suggests that the growth of the processed food industry has impacted the amount of salt in diets worldwide, and that plays a role in hypertension.

Pulmonary hypertension
Hypertension & heart disease
Hypertension risk factors
Pharmacological treatments for hypertension

Track 19: Interventional Cardiology
Interventional cardiology is the part of cardiology that holds with the definite Cather based techniques to many structural heart diseases, non-surgical actions for treating cardiovascular infections. Often, to remove the need for surgery a thin, elastic tube known as catheter which is used to repair infectious vessels or other heart structures diseases. In addition, for an acute myocardial infarction the actions includes in interventional cardiology for doing as a best standard of care. It involves in rejection of clots from coronary arteries and implementation of stents and balloons from a small hole made in a major artery. Coronary intervention is usually the dominant procedure for the interventional cardiologist, which moves to the development of new actions in upcoming decade in proportional to the population growth. It is seen that interventional cardiology craves a newly attention in the increase of valvular heart infection intervention.

Coronary Stents
Embolic protection
Percutaneous valve repair
Angioplasty
Balloon valvuloplasty
Embolic protection
Atherectomy
Cardiac catheterization

Track 20: Molecular Cardiology, Basic Research
Molecular Cardiology is the study of genetic heart disorders and to reduce human disease through the integration of basic science research and clinical cardiology.
Current research program also includes the link between environmental factors, metabolic disease and premature cardiovascular ageing. These objectives are accomplished by a translational approach aimed to characterize cardiovascular disease phenotypes through novel technologies, genetically-engineered animal models and human studies.

Gene Analysis in the Diseased Heart
Investigate the stem cell niche in tissue regeneration
Medical genetics
Integrin’s and chemokine receptors in heart physiology & cardiovascular disease
Apoptosis in vascular and cardiac remodeling
Oxidative stress and anti-oxidant therapy
Genetic determinants of coronary heart disease
Genetic studies in cardiomyopathy
Gene transfer and therapy
The pathogenesis of atherosclerosis
Extracellular matrix and atherosclerosis
Immunological principles in coronary artery disease
Growth control and cytokines in vascular cells
Neointimal hyperplasia and vascular injury
Pharmacologic modulation of vascular-endothelial function

Track 21: Pulmonary Embolism and Right Heart Failure
Pulmonary embolism (PE) can cause a lack of blood flow that leads to lung tissue damage. It can cause low blood oxygen levels that can damage other organs in the body too. A PE, particularly a large PE or many clots, can quickly cause serious life-threatening problems and, even death.
Heart failure also known as congestive heart failure occurs when your heart muscle doesn't pump blood as well as it should. Certain conditions, such as narrowed arteries in your heart (coronary artery disease) or high blood pressure, gradually leave your heart too weak or stiff to fill and pump efficiently.
Symptoms:

Shortness of breath (dyspnea) when you exert yourself or when you lie down
Fatigue and weakness
Swelling (edema) in your legs, ankles and feet
Rapid or irregular heartbeat
Reduced ability to exercise
Persistent cough or wheezing with white or pink blood-tinged phlegm
Increased need to urinate at night
Swelling of your abdomen (ascites)
Very rapid weight gain from fluid retention
Lack of appetite and nausea
Difficulty concentrating or decreased alertness
Sudden, severe shortness of breath and coughing up pink, foamy mucus
Chest pain if your heart failure is caused by a heart attack

Track 22: Surgery and Anesthesia
Anesthesia can control the pain during surgery and can also control your heart rate, rhythm, breathing, blood pressure and blood flow. Patients under anesthesia must undergo continuous monitoring to ensure safety. Patients are transferred to an Intensive care unit (ICU) from an emergency department if required or immediately after the surgery is invasive and the patient is at high risk of complications.

Adult anaesthesia and Intensive Care
Cardiothoracic anaesthesiology
Echocardiography (TTE and TEE)
Cardio-pulmonary bypass
Role of cardiothoracic anaesthesiologists in non-cardiac surgery

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Sessions/Tracks
Track 1: Acute Coronary Syndromes
Acute coronary syndrome is a term used to describe a range of conditions associated with sudden, reduced blood flow to the heart. The signs and symptoms of acute coronary syndrome, which usually begin abruptly, include the following:
Chest pain (angina) or discomfort, often described as aching, pressure, tightness or burning
Pain radiating from the chest to the shoulders, arms, upper abdomen, back, neck or jaw

Nausea or vomiting
Indigestion
Shortness of breath (dyspnea)
Sudden, heavy sweating (diaphoresis)
Lightheadedness, dizziness or fainting
Unusual or unexplained fatigue
Feeling restless or apprehensive

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Related Associations: American Society for Echocardiography, USA | Singapore Cardiac Society, Singapore | German Cardiac Society, Germany | Russian National Medical Society for Preventive Cardiology, Russia | American Society of Nuclear Cardiology, USA | American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, USA | Nigerian Heart Foundation, Nigeria


Related Societies: American Heart Association, USA | American Society for Preventive Cardiology, USA | American Society of Echocardiography, USA | American Society of Hypertension, USA | American Society of Nuclear Cardiology, USA | American Stroke Association, USA | Argentine Society of Cardiology, USA | Arizona Society of Echocardiography, USA | Asian Pacific Society of Hypertension, Asia | Association of Cardiologists of Kazakhstan, Asia | Association of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons of Asia, Asia
Track 2: Arrhythmias
Any change in the normal sequencing upon the electrical impulses is termed to be “Arrhythmia” The electrical impulses may happen either faster or slower and sometimes erratically too that can cause heart beats with improper heart rates counts, where the heart cannot pump blood effectively causing improper functioning of Pulmonary system, Nervous system to shut down or to get completely damaged.

Arrhythmias and antiarrhythmic drug therapy
Atrial flutter/fibrillation - Electrophysiologic concepts and clinical aspects
Management of cardiac arrhythmias pediatric population
Heart rate variability and prognostic implications
QT prolongation/dispersion: pathophysiology and prognostic implications
Sudden death
Electrophysiologic techniques of mapping and radiofrequency ablation
Advances in internal defibrillation and implantable antiarrhythmic devices
Electrophysiology and Arrhythmias

Related Conferences: Top Cardiology Conference | Global cardiology Congress 2019 | Global Cardiology Congress | Cardiovascular Medicine | Heart Congress | Heart Conferences | Meetings | Global Events | Cardiology Expo



Related Associations: American Society Of Echocardiography, USA | Iranian Heart Foundation, UK | Gulf Heart Association, UAE | Italian Federation of Cardiology, Italy | Hungarian Society of Cardiology, Hungary | Belgian Society of Cardiology, Belgium | Czech Society of Cardiology, Czech | Czech Acute Cardiac Care Association, Czech


Related Societies: Australian Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation Association, Australia | Austrian Heart Foundation, Austria | Austrian Society of Cardiology, Austria | Belgian Society of Cardiology, Belgium | Bolivian Society of Cardiology, Bolivia | Brazilian Society of Cardiology, Brazil | Brazilian Society of Cardiology, USA | Brazilian Society of Hypertension, USA | Canadian Association of Interventional Cardiology, USA
Track 3: Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology

Arteriosclerosis can occur when arteries grow thick and stiff and restrict blood flow to organs and tissues in the body. This gradual process, also known as hardening of the arteries, weakens arteries and can develop in various organs, most commonly the heart. Arteries circulate blood throughout the body, but when plaque – fat, cholesterol and other cellular waste – build up on artery walls, arteriosclerosis can develop. Arteriosclerosis can develop into atherosclerosis. This condition can cause heart disease, strokes, circulation problems in the arms and legs, aneurysms that can cause life-threatening internal bleeding and chronic kidney disease.

Thrombosis is the formation of a blood clot, known as a thrombus, within a blood vessel. It prevents blood from flowing normally through the circulatory system.
Signs and Symptoms includes: Discomfort, heaviness, pain, aching, throbbing, itching, or warmth in the legs, Skin changes in the leg, such as discoloration, thickening, or ulceration, Swelling of the legs, ankles, or feet.
The vascular network consists of both small and large vessels specifically designed to accommodate varying levels of blood flow and pressure, depending upon the location within the body (e.g. large conduit vessels versus small microvessels within the capillary beds in tissues).


Coronary Artery Calcification Screening
Coronary Artery Calcification as a Predictor of Cardiac Events
Cardiac Structure and Function
Contrast Administration
Cardiac Chamber Volume
Myocardial Contractility
Stroke Volume
Diastolic Function
Ejection Fraction
Regurgitant Volumes
Cardiac Output
Myocardial Perfusion
Myocardial Mass Quantification
Measurement Reproducibility
Constrictive Pericarditis
Intracardiac Thrombus

Related Conferences: Top Cardiology Conference | Global cardiology Congress 2019 | Global Cardiology Congress | Cardiovascular Medicine | Heart Congress | Heart Conferences | Meetings | Global Events | Cardiology Expo


Related Associations: Finnish Cardiac Society, Finland | French Society of Cardiology, France | Netherlands Society of Cardiology, Netherlands | Canadian Cardiovascular Society, Canada | Canadian Society of Cardiology Technologists, Canada | American Society of Anesthesiologists, USA | Canadian Society of Cardiac Surgeons, Canada | Cardiac Association of Australia, Australia


Related Societies: Canadian Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, USA | Canadian Cardiovascular Society, USA | Caribbean Cardiac Society, West Indies | Chinese Society of Cardiology, China | Congenital Cardiac Anesthesia Society, USA | Congential Heart Surgeon’s Society, USA | Croatian Cardiac Society, Italy | Elsevier Society Partners in Cardiology, USA | Emirates Cardiac Society, UAE | European Society of Cardiology, France | Heart Failure Society of America, USA


Track 4: Cardiac Development, Structure and Function
In human embryos the heart begins to beat at about 22-23 days, with blood flow beginning in the 4th week. The heart is therefore one of the earliest differentiating and functioning organs.
The heart begins very early in mesoderm within the trilaminar embryonic disc. The heart forms initially in the embryonic disc as a simple paired tube inside the forming pericardial cavity, which when the disc folds, gets carried into the correct anatomical position in the chest cavity.

A key aspect of heart development is the septation of the heart into separate chambers. As the embryonic or fetal circulation is different to the neonatal circulation, several defects of heart septation may only become apparent on this transition. One septal "defect" occurs in us all, the foramen ovale (between the 2 atria) which in general closes in the neonate over time.
Embryonic Heart Rate (EHR), early in development the heart starts to spontaneously beat and a recent study by Wisser and Dirschedl in dated human embryos showed an increase up to 63 postmenstrual days or 22 mm greatest length. Thereafter a steady decrease of EHR was noted. Maximal EHR is reached when morphological development of the embryonic heart is completed.
The cardiovascular system consists of the heart, blood, and blood vessels (arteries, veins, and capillaries). This complex system is involved in a diverse number of functions, including: Transporting blood, proteins, nutrients, O2, CO2, and other molecules, Tissue regeneration and reorganization, Developmental processes, Thermoregulation, Immune response, Wound healing


Related Conferences: Top Cardiology Conference | Global cardiology Congress 2019 | Global Cardiology Congress | Cardiovascular Medicine | Heart Congress | Heart Conferences | Meetings | Global Events | Cardiology Expo


Related Associations: Ontario Association of Cardiologists, Canada | North American Society For Cardiology, USA | Texas Cardiology Associates of Houston, USA | Egyptian Association For Heart Disease, Egypt | Canadian Pediatric Cardiology Association, USA | Cardiac Association of New Zealand, New Zealand | Canadian Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, UK


Related Societies: Northwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, USA | Philippine Heart Association, Philippines | Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions, USA | Spanish Society of Cardiology, Spain | The American Society for Preventive Cardiology, USA | The British Cardiovascular Society, UK | World Heart Failure Society, Netherlands | World Heart Federation, Switzerland


Track 5: Cardiac Surgery
Cardiac surgery is an invasive method used for the correction of certain disorders/defects caused to the heart. This surgery is done only by cardiac surgeons and helps in the correction of ailments caused, if the patient is suffering from blood clot then the doctors commence an open heart surgery wherein the clot is either removed and a stent is placed or the clot is removed using angioplasty method. In this method, the need for open heart surgery is not required with minimal loss of blood and with the help of catheters the clot is removed thus helping the heart function to be in stable condition. Also, for various types of valve replacements and for implantation in the heart,



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