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Cardiology Meet 2020

Welcome Message

On Behalf of our Organizing Committee members, we extend our hearty welcome for all to attend the 7th Annual Meet on Cardiology and Heart Diseases scheduled on September 16-17, 2020 in one of the famous and beautiful beaches city of Southern Europe Barcelona, Spain.

The Conference will provide a unique opportunity for university leaders, educators, clinicians, experts and scholars of higher education from all over the world to convey and share novel ideas on crucial issues and trends in the area of Cardiology and Heart Diseases. The Conference has been designed to provide an innovative and comprehensive overview of the latest research developments in Heart diseases mainly in the areas of Cardiology. It mainly aims to provide expert insight into recent advances in key areas of cardiology, and a balanced perspective on how these may influence guidelines and patient management. The conference will cover an array of topics including sub-specialties such as Cardiac Diseases, Cardiac Surgeries, Cardiac devices, acute coronary syndromes, valvular heart disease, Cardiac Oncology and pacing, as well as prevention, and heart failure.

Cardiology Meet 2020 have a wide scope globally in guiding cardiology students, cardiologists, scientists, research scholars, medical practitioners, leading medical industries to champion professional and social relationship with sister organizations and actively concur within the analysis and safe utilization of the medicine with honor and ethics. These major scientific events comes up totally analyzed to proffer the best prospect for the academicians in terms of collaborations to undertake the International workshops, to present their research, and trade professionals in terms of exhibiting their products & services. The scientific conferences include oral and poster presentations, seminars, and workshops from the professionals working within the field of Cardiology and Heart Diseases.

 

About Conference


Encouraged by the success of previous annual conferences in series, 7th Annual Meet on Cardiology and Heart Diseases Organizing Committee invites you to attend the largest assemblage of cardiologists, cardiovascular researchers, public health professionals, scientists, academic scientists, industry researchers, scholars from around the globe during September 16-17, 2020 at Barcelona, Spain. This is an excellent opportunity for the delegates from Universities and Institutes to interact with the world class Scientists. The main theme of the conference is “Novel Breakthroughs and Remedial Treatments in field of Cardiology and Heart Diseases”. This conference will provide a comprehensive update on all medical, surgical, interventional, and electrophysiological topics and experts with national and international reputations in various cardio sub-specialties will address the latest guidelines, practice patterns and solutions in cardiovascular medicine. Lectures will provide a comprehensive state-of-the-art update of the clinical uses of various techniques in the diagnosis, prognosis, and management of heart diseases. Cardiology Meet 2020 will help in frameworks organization, B2B teaming up amidst specialists and academicians across the globe.

Scope and importance:

The world is becoming increasingly vulnerable to public health challenges and risks for cardiac diseases bursts. Cardiology Meet 2020 provides a unique opportunity for academic leaders, educators and, clinicians as well as for experts and scholars of higher education from all over the world to con-vane and share novel ideas on crucial issues and trends in field of Cardiology and Heart Diseases. From prevention through optimal care and finally to targeted treatment modes and rehabilitation the whole range of cardiovascular disease will be presented with world-class faculty, researchers and mentors as well as healthcare clinical professionals.

The aim of this conference is stimulate new ideas for treatment and analyze the current market for the future direction of cardiovascular drugs, devices and diagnostics, with an emphasis on newer products that will be beneficial across the spectrum of cardiology.

Why to attend?

7th Annual Meet on Cardiology and Heart Diseases is among the World's leading Scientific Conference to bring together worldwide distinguished academics in the field of cardiology, cardiovascular researchers, public health professionals, professors, academic scientists, industry researchers, scholars to exchange their ideas about research state and technologies. With people from around the world focused on getting some answers concerning Cardiovascular Diseases, this is your most obvious opportunity to accomplish the greatest accumulation of individuals from the mending focuses, universities, bunch, etc. The Conference will provide enough space for discussion, meetings and workshops in order to allow a close contact between speakers and visitors. Many distinguished cardiologists, cardiac surgeons’ researchers and scientists will take part in this Conference. Papers will be presented in the form of plenary sessions, symposia and posters and will include good scientific and clinical material that was carefully selected by the Review Committee. The Conference will provide the ideal forum to stimulate ideas and establish collaborations.

Target Audience:

Cardiology

Interventional Cardiology

Cardiac Surgeons

Hypertension

Cardiac Pharmacology

Heart Failure

Internal Medicine

Pediatric Cardiology

Preventive Cardiology

Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Cardiology Imaging

Cardiac Oncology

Nuclear Cardiology

Echocardiography

Vascular Medicine

Cardiac Nursing

Cardio Vascular Medicine

Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery Instruments

 

Sessions/Tracks

Track 1: Cardiology is a branch of internal medicine that deals with the disorders of the heart as well as some parts of the circulatory system which includes medical diagnosis and treatment of congenital heart defects, coronary artery disease, heart failure and electrophysiology. Physicians with specialization in this field of internal medicine are called Cardiologists. Pediatric Cardiologists are pediatricians with specialize in Cardiology. Physicians who specialize in Cardiac surgery are called Cardiothoracic Surgeons or Cardiac Surgeons, a specialty of general surgery.

In basic, Cardiologists study the disorders of the heart, but the study of adult and child heart disorders are through different training pathways. The surgical aspects are not included in Cardiology and are in the domain of Cardiothoracic Surgery. For example, Coronary Artery Bypass surgery (CABG), Cardiopulmonary bypass and valve replacement are surgical procedures performed by surgeons, not cardiologists and insertion of stents and pacemakers is performed by Cardiologists.

A cardiologist specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases of the cardiovascular system. The cardiologist will carry out tests, and they may some do procedures, such as heart catheterizations, angioplasty, or inserting a pacemaker.

A cardiologist will review a patient's medical history and carry out a physical examination. They may check the person's weight, heart, lungs, blood pressure, and blood vessels, and carry out some tests.

An interventional cardiologist may carry out procedures such as angioplasties, stenting, valvuloplasties, congenital heart defect corrections, and coronary thrombectomies depending upon the severity of the patient. They may also carry out or order tests as:

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 2: Narrowing or blockage of the coronary arteries, usually caused by atherosclerosis leads to Coronary Artery Disease. Atherosclerosis is prominently known to be hardening or clogging of the arteries is the buildup of cholesterol and fatty deposits (called plaques) on the inner walls of the arteries. These plaques may have a chance to restrict blood flow to the heart muscle by physically clogging the artery or by causing abnormal artery tone and function.

Without proper blood supply, the heart becomes starved of oxygen and the vital nutrients it needs to work properly. This can cause chest pain called angina. Complete stoppage of the blood supply to heart muscle (or) energy demand of heart become much greater than its blood supply, there are major chances of heart attack. Major four coronary arteries are located on the surface of the heart:

Normal symptoms of Coronary Artery Disease are most likely to be chest pain, heaviness, tightness, burning, squeezing, pain in the arms or shoulders, shortness of breath, sweating and dizziness. But the symptoms in women who are affected with CAD are Nausea, vomiting, back pain, jaw pain and shortness of breath without feeling chest pain.

Different type surgeries need to be undergone depending upon the seveartiy of the heart attach namely:

 

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 3: An abnormal heart rhythm also called an Arrhythmia means your heart is beating too fast, too slow, or with an irregular pattern. Your heart has an electrical system that tells it when to beat and pump blood around your body. If there is a problem with this system you may experience an abnormal heart rhythm. The symptoms of an abnormal heart rhythm depend on what type of arrhythmia you have. The most common symptoms of an abnormal heart rhythm include palpitations (a thumping or fluttering sensation in your chest), dizziness, breathlessness, feeling tired and losing consciousness.

It's normal for heart to beat at different rates during the day. It will be slower when you're resting but may be faster when you are physically active, anxious or excited. If heart has missed or 'skipped' a beat, or that there has been an extra beat. This is called an ectopic beat. Ectopic beats are very common and harmless so they don’t usually need treatment. It is highly recommended to visit doctor, if you have felt any of the described feelings like palpitations last a long time, don't improve or get worse, feeling dizzy or faint and you have history of heart problems.

There are many different types of abnormal heart rhythm depends on where the heart electrical impulse starts, and if it causes your heart to beat too fast, or too slowly. Common Abnormal Rhythm is Atrial Fibrillation, an irregular or fast heart rhythm.  Other abnormal heart rhythms include:

  • Fast heart rhythms such as Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT), Sinus Tachycardia (ST) and Ventricular Tachycardia (VT) are known as Tachycardias and are faster than 90 beats per minute
  • Bradycardias such as heart block are slow abnormal heart rhythms, when your heart beat is 60 beats per minute or below
  • Atrial Flutter is typically a very fast, irregular heart rhythm 
  • Tachybrady syndrome (sick sinus syndrome) includes periods of very fast or slow heart beats
  • Ventricular Fibrillation (VF), is an abnormal heart rhythm that's so fast a pulse cannot be identified and is an emergency situation.

Some abnormal heart rhythms are inherited. Depending upon the family, in such case it is better to have tested to take preventive measures. Abnormal Heart Rhythms include:

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 4: Coronary artery disease also called Heart disease with various risk factors, in which few are controllable and other are uncontrollable. Changing your lifestyle can have chances to reduce the risk of heart diseases. Major reasons for increasing risk of Heart diseases are

Also some other factors such as older age, family history of heart disease, being postmenopausal and most often race of the living beings are causes for uncontrollable heart diseases.

There are chances to reduce the risk of heart diseases by making the necessary changes in your life style which helps in decreasing the rate of heart diseases but cannot proven that these healthy practices will keep diseases away. With these changes, one may certainly improve your health in other ways, such as improving your physical and emotional well being. Quitting smoking, improving your cholesterol levels, controlling of high blood pressure, reduce the stress levels, avoid intake of alcohol, good diet with correct weight management, control of diabetes and performing physical cardiac exercises and yoga.

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 5: Cardiac surgery or cardiovascular surgery is performed on heart vessels  by cardiac surgeons. It is commonly used to treat complications of ischemic heart disease. There are many procedures and surgeries in order to overcome the heart attack but Heart surgery has risks, even though its results often are excellent. Risks include bleeding, infection, irregular heartbeats, and stroke. The risk is higher if you are older or a woman (or) if you have other conditions such as diabetes, kidney disease, lung disease, or peripheral arterial disease.

  • Coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG).
  • Ischemia
  • Heart valve repair or replacement
  • Insertion of a pacemaker or an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD).
  • Maze surgery
  • Aneurysm repair
  • Insertion of a ventricular assist device (VAD) or total artificial heart (TAH). 
  • Heart Transplant
  • Transcatheter Structural Heart Surgery
  • Artificial Heart Valve Surgery
  • Atherectomy
  • Bypass Surgery
  • Radiofrequency Ablation
  • Transmyocardial Revascularization (TMR)

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 6: Hypertension is another name for High Blood Pressure is a common condition in which the long-term force of the blood against your artery walls is high enough that it may eventually cause health complications.  Hypertension is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease, including stroke, heart attack, heart failure and aneurysm. Sometimes it may suddenly leads to death of the person. Blood pressure is the force that a person's blood exerts against the walls of their blood vessels. This pressure depends on the resistance of the blood vessels and how hard the heart has to work.

Keeping blood pressure under control is most important for preserving health and reducing the risk of these dangerous conditions. Most people with high blood pressure have no signs or symptoms, even if blood pressure readings reach dangerously high levels. A few people with high blood pressure may have headaches, shortness of breath or nosebleeds, but these signs and symptoms aren't specific and usually don't occur until high blood pressure has reached a severe or life-threatening stage.There are two types of high blood pressure:

Primary (essential) Hypertension: Mostly, there's no identifiable cause of high blood pressure. This type of high blood pressure called Primary (essential) Hypertension tends to develop gradually over many years.

Secondary hypertension: Some people have high blood pressure caused by an underlying condition. This type of high blood pressure called secondary hypertension tends to appear suddenly and cause higher blood pressure.

Risk factors of High Blood Pressure includes Age, Race, Family history, Being overweight or obese, Not being physically active, Using tobacco, Too much salt (sodium) in your diet, Too little potassium in your diet, Drinking too much alcohol, Stress, Certain chronic conditions. Many Complications include

  • Heart Stroke
  • Heart Attack
  • Aneurysm
  • Heart Failure
  • Weakened and narrowed blood vessels in your kidneys 
  • Thickened, narrowed or torn blood vessels in the eyes 
  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Dementia. 

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 7: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)  is a group of progressive lung diseases. The most common are Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis. Many people with COPD have both of these conditions. Long-term exposure to chemical irritants and more tobacco smoking leads to COPD which

usually takes a long time to develop. Detection involves imaging tests, blood tests, and lung function tests. Treatment such medications, supplemental oxygen therapy and surgery may help to improve quality of life and lower the chance of complications. But there is no cure for COPD

Untreated COPD can lead to a faster progression of disease, heart problems, and worsening respiratory infections. Symptoms  will vary depending upon the severity it caused in the body. Among different grading systems, most commoly used   method to measure COPD is Spirometry grading, is a part of GOLD classification. The GOLD classification is used for determining COPD severity and helping to form a prognosis and treatment plan. There are four GOLD grades based on spirometry testing, They are:

Grade 1: mild

Grade 2: moderate

Grade 3: severe

Grade 4: very severe

Treatment for COPD includes Medication, Oxygen therapy, Surgery, Lung transplantation, Lifestyle changes. Medications for COPD are:

  • Inhaled bronchodilators
  • Corticosteroids
  • Phosphodiesterase-4 inhibitors
  • Theophylline
  • Antibiotics and antivirals
  • Vaccines
  • Bullectomy

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 8:  Deposits of excessive amount of body fat leads to Obesity. It is a medical problem that increases your risk of other diseases and health problems, such as heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and certain cancers. Some face serious difficulties in avoiding obesity. Usually, obesity results from a combination of inherited factors, combined with the environment and personal diet and exercise choices. Weight loss of obesity patients can have chances to improve or prevent health problems.

Dietary changes, increased physical activity and behavior changes can help you lose weight. Prescription medications and weight-loss procedures are additional options for treating obesity. Diabetes Mellitus commonly known as Diabetes, is a metabolic disease that causes high blood sugar. Sugar is moved into the cells to be stores or for use of energy with help of hormone Insulin. Diabetes in body either doesn’t make enough insulin or can’t effectively use the insulin it does make. Each type of diabetes has unique symptoms, causes, and treatments. Untreated high blood sugar from diabetes can damage your nerves, eyes, kidneys, and other organs. There are a different types of diabetes:

Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease. The immune system attacks and destroys cells in the pancreas, where insulin is made.

Type 2 diabetes occurs when your body becomes resistant to insulin, and sugar builds up in your blood.

Prediabetes occurs when your blood sugar is higher than normal, but it’s not high enough for a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes.

Gestational diabetes  is high blood sugar during pregnancy. Insulin-blocking hormones produced by the placenta cause this type of diabetes. A rare condition called diabetes insipidus is not related to diabetes mellitus has different condition in which your kidneys remove too much fluid from your body.

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 9: High blood cholesterol also known as Hypercholesterolemia is a condition that causes the levels of certain bad fats, or lipids, to be too high in the blood. This condition is usually caused by lifestyle factors such as diet in combination with the genes that you inherit from your parents. Diagnosing the level of bad cholesterol in blood can be known through lipid panel. Best remedies to treat high bad cholesterol is to maintain heart-healthy lifestyle changes such as quitting smoking, maintain accurate weight and healthy eating.s

 

Hyperlipidemia means your blood has too many lipids (or fats), such as cholesterol and triglycerides. Hypercholesterolemia says about the level of LDL (bad) cholesterol in your blood. This condition increases fatty deposits in arteries and the risk of blockages. Decreasing levels of HDL (good) cholesterol from arteries, increase risk of atherosclerotic plaque and blockages increases. Factors of high LDL and low HDL cholesterols with have an immense affects on cardiovascular health. Chances of high bad cholesterol can be lowered with good physical exercises, healthy diet and leads to reducing the risk of heart diseases. Different types of lipoproteins include:

  • Low-density lipoprotein
  • High-density lipoprotein

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 10: Cardiomyopathy or Heart Muscle Disease is a progressive disease of the myocardium or heart muscle where heart is abnormally enlarged, thickened, and/or stiffened. Mostly, the heart’s inability to pump blood leads to heart failure and backup of blood into the lungs or rest of the body. This less efficient work of heart will cause abnormal heart rhythms.  General Symptoms of Cardiomyopathy includes general weakness and fatigue, shortness of breath, particularly during exertion or exercise, lightheadedness and dizziness, chest pain, heart palpitations, fainting attacks, high blood pressure and edema, or swelling, of your feet, ankles, and legs. There are many different types of cardiomyopathy caused by a range of factors, from coronary heart disease to certain drugs. These can all lead to an irregular heartbeat, heart failure, a heart valve problem, or other complications. The types include:

  • Dilated Cardiomyopathy
  • Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
  • Ischemic Cardiomyopathy
  • Restrictive Cardiomyopathy
  • Peripartum Cardiomyopathy
  • Alcoholic Cardiomyopathy
  • Ischemic Cardiomyopathy
  • Non-compaction Cardiomyopathy
  • Pediatric Cardiomyopathy
  • Idiopathic Cardiomyopathy

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 11: Pericardial disease, or Pericarditis is inflammation of any of the layers of the Pericardium. The pericardium is a thin tissue sac that surrounds the heart and consists of Visceral pericardium, middle fluid layer and Parietal pericardium. Common causes of Pericardial Diseases are Infections, Heart surgery, Heart attack, Trauma, Tumors, Cancer, Radiation, Autoimmune diseases (such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus or scleroderma). Chest pain, Low-fever and increased heart rate are the symptoms of Pericarditis.

Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) develops as plaque builds up on the inside of arteries. This buildup restricts the flow of blood to the stomach, arms, head and particularly in the legs causing pain and numbness when walking or climbing stairs. Painful cramping in calves, thighs or hips after certain physical activities like walking or climbing stairs is common. Peripheral vascular disease also be called Peripheral Artery Disease,  increases the risk for infection, tissue death (gangrene), heart attack, stroke and amputation. Different types of Pericardial and Peripheral Vascular diseases are:

  • Atherosclerosis
  • Doppler and Ultrasound (Duplex) imaging
  • Computed Tomographic Angiography (CT)
  • Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA
  • Angiography

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 12: More number of heart tissues deteriorates or dies after every minute of heart attack. This can be cured by quick flow of blood into arteries. The curing procedures of heart depends on its severity it is affecting the human heart. Symptoms might vary from person to person so the procedures will also differ. Curing procedures of heart includes:

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 13:  Marfan Syndrome is an inherited disorder that affects connective tissue. People with Marfan syndrome are tall and thin with long arms, legs, fingers and toes experiencing back pain, mitral valve prolapse or murmur, abnormally raised roof of the mouth or crowded teeth, blurred vision or nearsightedness, bulging chest or sunken chest, along with abnormally long fingers, collapsed lung, disproportionately long arms and legs, double jointed, fatigue, flat feet, scoliosis, small pupils, stretch marks, or tall and slender build. Treatment includes medication to keep blood pressure low, glasses or contact lenses and surgery. The various surgeries such as Vitrectomy, Endovascular aneurysm repair, Vascular grafting and Vascular grafting need to be undergone for its curing.

  • Aortic Enlargement
  • Aortic Tear or Rupture
  • Mitral Valve Prolapse
  • Aortic Regurgitation

 

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 14: Interventional Cardiology is an area of medicine that uses specialized imaging and other diagnostic techniques to know the blood flow and pressure in the coronary arteries and chambers of the heart. It also includes some technical procedures and medications to treat abnormalities that impair the function of the cardiovascular system along with diagnosis and treatment of coronary artery disease, vascular disease and acquired structural heart disease. For pediatric interventional cardiologists, congenital heart defects are the major focus of diagnosis and treatment. Different types of Interventional Cardiology are:

 

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 15:  Heart or cardiovascular disease leads to death due to lifestyle factors that increase the risk of Atherosclerosis. Smoking, poorly controlled hypertension (high blood pressure), diabetes causes inflammation and irritation of the inner lining of the coronary arteries. The diagnosis of cardiovascular disease begins by considering patient's history depending on symptoms which may differ from one another.  Commonly, certain symptoms like shortness of breath, sweating, nausea, vomiting, and indigestion, as well as malaise or fatigue need to be discussed with surgeon. Risk factors for cardiovascular disease should be assessed by the presence of high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, smoking and family history of cardiovascular disease. A past history of stroke or peripheral artery disease is also important risk factors to be assessed. Physical examination may help in detecting the heart diseases, but it can help decide whether other underlying medical problems may be the cause of the patient's symptoms.

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 16: Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology is a subdivision of the medical practice of anesthesiology for the preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative care of adult and pediatric patients who undergoes cardiothoracic surgery and related invasive procedures. It deals with the anesthesia aspects of care related to surgical cases such as open heart surgery, lung surgery and other operations of the human chest. These aspects include perioperative care with expert manipulation of patient cardiopulmonary physiology through precise and advanced application of pharmacology, resuscitative techniques, critical care medicine, and invasive procedures. This also includes management of the cardiopulmonary bypass (heart-lung) machine, which most cardiac procedures require intra-operatively while the heart undergoes surgical correction

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

Track 17: Robotic cardiac surgery is heart surgery done through very small cuts in the chest. With the use of tiny instruments and robot-controlled tools, surgeons are able to do heart surgery in a way that is much less invasive than open-heart surgery. The procedure is also called da Vinci surgery. Robotic surgeries have been used for a number of different heart-related procedures, including valve surgery, coronary artery bypass, cardiac tissue ablation, heart defect repair, and tumor removal benefitting with minimal invasive that heal fast when compared with open-heart surgery. Surgeries like

are treated with Robotic surgeries with an advantage of not cutting the breastbone to open your chest. The surgeon does not have to cut through the breastbone to open your chest. This removes many of the complications of open-heart surgery.

 

Related Societies:

America: American Association for Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Cardiology AssociationAmerican College of CardiologyAmerican Heart AssociationHeart Failure Society of AmericaCongenital Cardiac Anesthesia SocietyNorthwest Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationHeart & Stroke Foundation of BarbadsThe Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions FoundationVascular and Endovascular Surgery SocietyCanadian Association of Interventional Cardiology (CAIC)Latin American Society of HypertensionCongential Heart Surgeon's Society

Europe: British Heart FoundationEuropean Association for Cardio-Thoracic SurgeryEuropean Cardiology CongressEuropean Congenital Heart Surgeons AssociationEuropean Society for Cardio-Vascular SurgeryEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of HypertensionFrench Society of CardiologyGerman Cardiac Society (GCS)German Heart Foundation, Heart Valve SocietyGerman Hypertension SocietyHeart Rhythm SocietyItalian Federation of CardiologyHungarian Society of CardiologyIrish Association of Cardiac RehabilitationItalian Society of CardiologyItalian Society of Thoracic SurgeryLatvian Society of CardiologyDanish Society of CardiologySpanish Society of CardiologyBritish Cardiology Society, Albanian Society of CardiologySwedish Society of Cardiology, Association of Cardiologists of Bosnia & HerzegovinaBritish Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareBritish Heart Failure SocietyBritish Nuclear Cardiology SocietyLithuanian Society of CardiologyPolish Cardiac SocietyCardiology Society of SerbiaCyprus Society of CardiologyCzech Society of CardiologyEstonian Society of CardiologyFinnish Cardiac SocietyGeorgian Society of CardiologyBritish Congenital Cardiac Association (BCCA)Spanish Heart FoundationInternational Society for Vascular SurgeryIrish Cardiac SocietyKosovo Society of Cardiology, Luxembourg Society of CardiologyMoldavian Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologyPortuguese Society of CardiologySlovak Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of CardiologySwiss Society of Cardiology

Middle-EastEgyptian Society of CardiologyGulf Heart AssociationIndonesian Heart AssociationInternational Academy of CardiologyIndian Association of Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgeonsInternational Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology Society (ICPES)Armenian Cardiologists AssociationInternational Society of HypertensionRussian Society of CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic SurgeryInternational Society for the Study of Hypertension in PregnancyInternational Society on Thrombosis and HaemostasisIranian Heart Foundation

Asia-PacificAsian Pacific Society of CardiologyCardiological Society of IndiaPhilippine Heart Association, Chinese Society of CardiologyIsrael Heart SocietyJapanese Circulation SocietyJapanese Society of Thoracic RadiologyThe Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)Korean Society for Thoracic & Cardiovascular SurgeryIsraeli Cardiology and Critical Care Nursing SocietyWorld Health OrganizationWorld Heart Federation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Market Analysis

The global medical specialty market continues to ascertain fast innovation with new medication and devices getting into the market. Cardiology devices are intended to use for diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of cardiovascular system and diseases. In 2013, 42.2 million people above the age of 60 years estimated to have Cardiovascular Diseases, moreover total number of deaths among people aged 75 years and above had occurred who have issues of cardiac diseases. Furthermore, CVD is the major cause of mortality worldwide, translating to around 30% of all deaths. According to World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, 17.3 million people across the globe died of CVD in 2008 and around 24 million are estimated to die by 2030.

As the global population pushes past 7 billion and more people reach old age, the number of deaths from cardiovascular diseases is on the rise. Cardiovascular diseases, the leading cause of premature death in the world, include heart attacks, strokes, and other circulatory diseases. Globally, the number of deaths due to cardiovascular diseases increased by 41% between 1990 and 2013, climbing from 12.3 million deaths to 17.3 million deaths. Over the same period, death rates within specific age groups dropped by 39%, according to an analysis of data from 188 countries. Death rates from cardiovascular diseases were steady or fell in every region of the world except western sub-Saharan Africa, where the rates increased. It is recently examined  that wealthier countries fared better than lower-income countries when it comes to cardiovascular deaths and found there was not a strong correlation between income per capita and lower age-specific death rates. The dramatic improvement in the death rates seen in some regions was attributed to prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases, in part by reducing risk factors including smoking, excess alcohol consumption, Hypertension and diabetes. Primary care management, physical exercises, Healthy diet in order to control obesity may help in avoiding the Cardiovascular Diseases.

 

 

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