Theme: Sharing the Vision in Cardiology and Healthcare Research
CARDIOLOGY CARE 2023
We are gratified to be developing the programme for the 33rd International Conference on Cardiology and Healthcare, which will take place during May 08–09, 2023 in Vienna, Austria. Sharing the Vision in Cardiology and Healthcare Research nder the direction of the organising committee. Our conference has a well-balanced cast of speakers who will address a wide range of important issues. Our conference aims to give cardiac doctors, specialists, nurses, techs, professors, students, and anyone else professionally involved in cardiac care the chance to learn about the variety of cardiac care, talk about interventional procedures, examine cutting-edge cardiac practises and their effectiveness and efficiency in treating various cardiac cases, and comprehend practical constraints in healthcare improvement.
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Why to attend?
Leading scientists, researches, professionals and exhibitors from all across the world gathering at 33rd International Conference on Cardiology and Healthcare, which will take place during May 08–09, 2023 in Vienna, Austria. Where the organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative cardiology conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs.
- Cardiac Surgeons
- University Professors
- Various Societies and their members
- Institutes-Medical Schools Students
- Research Scholars
- Business Entrepreneurs
- Training Institutes
- Software making associations
- Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
Track 1: Heart Disease and Failure
Heart condition It is a condition that affects the heart, therefore the terms "heart disease" and "cardiovascular illnesses" are sometimes used interchangeably. Angina, stroke, blocked blood arteries, and other illnesses that entail chest pain are essentially all referred to as this disease. Blood vascular diseases were among the illnesses under the heart. The most typical relationship between heart failure and another illness. It is a condition that results in the constriction of the arteries that supply the heart with blood and oxygen, and it is occasionally also referred to as congestive heart failure. It may happen on either side of your heart. Additionally, both of your heart's chambers could stop beating simultaneously.
Track 2: Heart Regeneration
A technique called heart regeneration uses cutting-edge research, cell-free and stem cell therapy to restore damaged heart cells. It was shown in mice that there is a resident population of stem cells in the adult heart. This population of stem cells was shown to be reprogrammed to differentiate into cardiomyocytes that replaced those lost during a heart tissue death. Cell-free cell therapy is one of the most common methods of heart regeneration.
- Compensatory regeneration
Track 3: Pediatric Cardiology
Congenital heart illnesses are the type of heart disease that affects kids the most frequently. Children's heart conditions can be congenital (present at birth), have irregular heartbeats (arrhythmias), or have circulatory system problems. Pediatric cardiologists are essential in the diagnosis and treatment of children's heart conditions. When a kid may require heart surgery, paediatric cardiologists collaborate closely with paediatric heart surgeons to choose the most effective courses of action. Children may be afflicted with a variety of heart diseases.
- Stroke Statistics
- Abnormal Blood Pressure
- Obesity Epidemic
Track 4: Congenital Heart defect
Congenital heart disease is a condition that affects the heart at birth. Cardiac abnormalities are typically caused by aberrant development that starts earlier than usual in the circulatory system and the coronary heart. Many things can cause abnormal development, including contamination and the mother taking positive pills at some point during pregnancy.
- Ventricular septal defect
- Pulmonary valve stenosis
- Right ventricular hypertrophy
- Overriding aorta
Track 5: Women’s Cardiology
Women's heart disorders are on the rise, and there are numerous misconceptions about heart disease that could put them in danger. Both coronary small tube disease and coronary small tube disease are the cardiac conditions that affect women the most frequently. They are four types
- Acute coronary syndromes in women
- Persistence of weight gain after pregnancy
- Pregnancy-related disorders and CVD risk association
- Ischemic heart disease in women
Track 6: Coronary Artery Diseases
The coronary arteries, which are the blood channels that deliver blood to the heart, are primarily responsible for this condition. It is typically brought on by atherosclerosis, which is the accumulation of fatty deposits within the arteries. Plaques are fatty deposits or cholesterol that block blood flow to the heart muscle and may harm arteries. A heart attack or chest pain may result from the heart not receiving enough blood.
- Obstructive coronary artery disease.
- Nonobstructive coronary artery disease.
- Spontaneous coronary artery dissection
Heart illnesses known as ischemia, which occur when an artery is temporarily closed, refer to a lack of blood flow and oxygen to the heart muscle. If ischemia is severe, a heart attack could result. The majority of the time, angina pectoris pain results from an artery becoming narrowed for an extended length of time. However, in some instances, there is no discomfort; these instances are referred to as silent ischemias. It might cause cardiac rhythm problems, The heart's ability to pump blood can be hampered by abnormal heart rhythms such ventricular tachycardia, which can even result in abrupt cardiac death or fainting.
- ventricular tachycardia
- Balloon angioplasty
Track 8: Digital Cardiology
Cardiology is primarily linked to high tech and digital developments. Cardiology clinical practise is rapidly integrating digital health. It is defined as a broad catch-all phrase that includes eHealth and developing fields like the application of cutting-edge computing sciences in big data and genomics. The tools used by the digital health platforms might range from wearable technology, chatbots, artificial intelligence, genomics, and personalised medicine to technologies that use digital, mobile, and cloud-based platforms, telemedicine, and telecare communications.
Track 9: Cardiovascular Diseases
The term "cardiovascular diseases" refers to conditions that affect the heart and blood arteries. The most common cause of death in the world today is CVD. The risk of blood clots might rise due to the buildup of fatty deposits, which are often found inside the arteries. Additionally, it can harm organs with arteries, including the heart, kidneys, eyes, and brain. In any case, there are numerous risk reduction strategies and treatments to choose from. There is frequently overlap in the conditions' signs, symptoms, and methods of prevention. There are numerous varieties of CVD.
- Strokes and TIAs
- Peripheral arterial disease
- Aortic disease
Track 10: Molecular and Nuclear Cardiology
The rapidly expanding field of molecular cardiology focuses on using molecular biology techniques for therapy, prevention, and diagnostics. Transgenic models, gene therapy, parabiosis and genomics, stem cell biology, and molecular biology are only a few of the many methods used in molecular cardiology. Myocardial perfusion imaging, the most often used of the nuclear cardiology procedures, is used to check the blood flow in the heart muscles. Nuclear cardiology is the study of noninvasive ways to measure myocardial blood flow and to assess the pumping function of the heart. The two components of this approach are the rest scan and the stress scan.
- Transgenic models
- gene therapy
Track 11: Diabetics, Obesity and stroke
Diabetes is a dangerous disorder that can develop when your blood sugar levels are higher than normal. Diabetes can harm your blood vessels and nerves. People with diabetes may have an increased risk of developing heart disease at a younger age. The longer you have diabetes, the greater the likelihood that you may get heart disease. A illness called obesity involves having too much bodily fat. It is a medical condition that raises the risk of various illnesses and conditions, including high blood pressure, some malignancies, and heart disease. A stroke is a condition of the heart that can happen when there is insufficient blood flow to a portion of the brain.
- Abnormal accumulation
- Muscular development
Track 12: Interventional Cardiology
Treatment of structural heart problems is the focus of the field of interventional cardiology. It is a non-surgical procedure that fixes arteries, veins, and other damaged heart structural components using a catheter. By using a catheter, several treatments can be carried out on the heart.
- Cardiac pharmacology
- Cardiac nursing
Track 13: Cardio Oncology
Cardio oncology is a branch of medicine that examines the molecular and clinical changes that occur in the circulatory system as a result of various cancer treatment options, including chemotherapy and targeted therapy. To lessen the impact to the rest of the body, treatment may be administered directly into the tumour itself. Cardiologists anticipate that cancer patients will likely develop cardiac issues if they receive any additional radiation therapy or other sorts of cancer medications for their illnesses.
- poor lifestyle
Track 14: Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology
A new integrated, dependable, and effective approach to delivering high-quality healthcare has been made possible by the sector's ongoing technological improvement. In the field of medicine, artificial intelligence is extremely important. Cardiology is a broad field that focuses on several heart-related issues and how the heart works. This is due to the fact that AI or machine learning would make it possible to measure patient functioning and diagnoses with greater accuracy from the start of the therapeutic process all the way to its conclusion. The use of artificial intelligence in cardiology, in some situations, attempts to concentrate on study and development, clinical application, and public health.
- High Costs of Creation
- Making Humans Lazy
- No Emotions
- Lacking Out of Box Thinking
Track 15: Robotic Heart Surgery
Robotic heart surgery is the name given to heart operations that can be carried out robotically. The procedure involves making extremely small cuts in the chest region. Surgeons can do cardiac surgery that is less invasive than open heart surgery with the aid of tiny instruments and robot-controlled tools. Robotic surgery's primary benefit is that it is less intrusive than open-heart surgery. Robotic surgery offers a variety of heart-related treatments, including the repair of heart defects, the ablation of cardiac tissue, the removal of tumours, and valve replacement.
- Stroke and arrhythmias
- Irregular heartbeat.
Track 16: Cardiovascular Surgeries
Cardiovascular surgery is the type of surgery that involves the heart and blood arteries and is carried out by cardiac surgeons. It is primarily employed in the management of ischemic heart disease, valvular heart disease, and congenital heart disease resulting from a variety of causes, including rheumatic heart disease, atherosclerosis, heart transplantation, and endocarditis. Cardiovascular surgeons undertake a variety of procedures; they could operate on your blood vessels and heart to treat cardiovascular system diseases. Ventricular assist devices (VADs), mechanical devices that "support" the failing heart by helping it pump blood throughout the body, may also be implanted during heart surgery.
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
Track 17: Covid-19 effects of Heart Patients
Covid-19 is the most common effect on our lungs, but it also can cause serious heart problems. A new study finds that Covid-19 is one the reason for heart injuries, even in people is not having heart issues. There is a relationship between Covid-19 and heart disease. Most of the people die from cardiovascular disease during the Covid-19 pandemic situation. They got serious heart problems, lung infections, and kidney diseases during Covid-19. Fever and infections causes the heart rate speed up, increasing the work of heart in Covid-19 patients who develop pneumonia. Blood pressure may drop, causing further stress on the heart, and resulting increase in oxygen demand can lead to heart damage, especially if the heart arteries or muscles were unhealthy to begin with. Heart damage is the main cause of heart attacks, the results of the formation of blood clots in valves, blocking of oxygen delivery to the heart muscle. Covid-19 is affecting the heart like
- Blocking of oxygen delivery to heart
- Blood clots in valves
- Shortness of breath
- High blood pressure
Track 18: Treatment of Hole in the Heart
- Shortness of breath while exercising
- Swollen legs, feet
- Supraventricular Tachycardia
- Sinus Tachycardia
- Ventricular tachycardia
Track 20: Cardiac Nursing
Cardiac nursing is a nursing that works with patients who suffering from many conditions of the cardiovascular diseases. Cardiac nurses help to treat condition such as congestive heart failure, unstable angina, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease. They perform postoperative care on surgical unit, health assessments. Cardiac nurses must have essential life support and advanced cardiac life support certification. They must possess specialized experience including defibrillation, electrocardiogram monitoring, and medication administration by continuous intravenous drip. They work in many different environments.
- Coronary care units (CCU)
- Cardiac catheterization
- Intensive care units (ICU)
- Operating theatres
The 33rd International Conference on Cardiology and Healthcare will take place in Vienna, Austria on May 08–09, 2023, and will welcome speakers, exhibitors, and participants from all around the world. An engaging and educational conference programme, comprising lectures, seminars, symposia on a wide range of themes, poster presentations, young researcher forums, and numerous programmes for participants from across the world, is being prepared by the organising committee. We cordially invite you to join us at the International Conference on Cardiology and Healthcare, where you can interact with international academics in an understandable way. The Cardiology Care 2023 organising team and all of the guests are looking forward to meeting you in Vienna, Austria.
AI in Medical Diagnostics: Global Markets
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Global Markets and Technologies for Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
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List of Societies & Associations
USA: The American Society for Preventive Cardiology; American Society of Nuclear Cardiology; American Heart Association; ACC; American Stroke Association; Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions; Arizona Society of Echocardiography; Brazilian Society of Cardiology; Heart Failure Society of America; Canadian Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation; Elsevier Society Partners in Cardiology; American Society for Preventive Cardiology; American Society of Echocardiography; American Society of Hypertension; Brazilian Society of Hypertension; Canadian Cardiovascular Society; Argentine Society of Cardiology; Canadian Association of Interventional Cardiology; Congenital Cardiac Anaesthesia Society; The American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation; Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Society, American College of Cardiology, Georgian Society of Cardiology, Hellenic Society of Cardiology, Icelandic Society of Cardiology, International Society for Vascular Surgery, Irish Cardiac Society, Kosovo Society of Cardiology, Lithuanian Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of Cardiology, Macedonian FYROM Society of Cardiology, Maltese Cardiac Society, Moldavian Society of Cardiology, Montenegro Society of Cardiology, Moroccan Society of Cardiology, Norwegian Society of Cardiology, Polish Cardiac Society, Portuguese Society of Cardiology, San Marino Society of Cardiology, Slovak Society of Cardiology, Slovenian Society of Cardiology, Spanish Heart Foundation, Swedish Society of Cardiology, Swiss Society of Cardiology.
Europe: European Society of Cardiology; British Cardiovascular Society; World Heart Federation; British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation; World Heart Failure Society; Austrian Heart Foundation; Austrian Society of Cardiology; Philippine Heart Association; Belgian Society of Cardiology; Spanish Society of Cardiology; British Cardiac Society; International Academy of Cardiology; British Heart Foundation; British Hypertension Society; British Junior Cardiologists Association; Croatian Cardiac Society; European Society of Cardiology; British cardiology society; Luxembourg Society of Cardiology; British Heart Failure Society; Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & Herzegovina; British Heart Foundation; Spanish Heart Foundation; Austrian Heart Foundation; Belorussian Scientific Society of Cardiologists.
Middle-East: Algerian Society of Hypertension, Russian Society of Cardiology, Armenian Cardiologists Association, Saudi Heart Association, Turkish Society of Cardiology, Emirates Cardiac Society, Egyptian Cardiology Society, Iranian Heart Association.
Asia Pacific: Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology; Cardiac Society of Australia & New Zealand; The Japanese Heart Failure Society; Japanese Society of Echocardiography; The World Society of Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgeons; Asian Pacific Society of Hypertension; Association of Cardiologists of Kazakhstan; Australian Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation Association; Association of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons of Asia; Chinese Society of Cardiology
The 32nd International Conference on Cardiology and Healthcare, presented by ME Conferences, webinar on April 01-02, 2022, in the presence of cardiologists, professional researchers, scientists, practitioners, and medical students engaged in the development of high-quality education in all areas of clinical skills.
Key figures from the Cardiologists 2022 community from the research lab, business, academia, and financial investment practises participated in a broad panel discussion on the future of cardiology and cardiovascular specialisations at ME Conferences Group. In order to foster the exchange of ideas and the growth of concepts in the field of cardiology, this event was actually intended to examine where the true cardio-logical specialties are headed in the future.
The three days of discussions focused on cardiology, paediatric cardiology, heart diseases, echocardiography, interventional cardiology, heart and blood vessel surgery, cardiac nursing, diabetes, cardiac surgery, case reports on cardiology, and heart and heart failure as well. They also provided networking opportunities.
With the help of a global, multi-professional steering committee and under the direction of the Journal of Clinical & Experimental Cardiology, Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases & Diagnosis, and Cardiovascular Pharmacology: Open Access, the 32nd International Conference on Cardiology and Healthcare was a huge success. We are pleased to announce the dates of our 33rd International Conference on Cardiology and Healthcare, which will take place in Vienna, Austria on May 08–09, 2023.
- Heart Disease and Failure
- Heart Regeneration
- Pediatric Cardiology
- Congenital Heart defect
- Women’s Cardiology
- Coronary Artery Diseases
- Silent Ischemia and Ischemic Heart Disease
- Digital Cardiology
- Cardiovascular Diseases
- Molecular and Nuclear Cardiology
- Diabetics, Obesity and stroke
- Interventional Cardiology
- Cardio Oncology
- Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology
- Robotic Heart Surgery
- Cardiovascular Surgeries
- Covid-19 effects of Heart Patients
- Treatment of Hole in the Heart
- Functioning of Heart Rhythm and Arrhythmias
- Cardiac Nursing
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