Events for September 19, 2019, will be featured here as they are confirmed.
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This interdisciplinary case-based event will provide an in-depth review and analysis of current state-of-the-art practices in the management of patients with aortic dissection. The program, which is for healthcare professionals, is designed to engage learners in debates, discussion, and clinical decision making to share best practices with expert faculty from some of the world’s leading multi-disciplinary aorta centers. Dr. Eric Roselli provides an overview of the event in this video.
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The program, which will inaugurate India’s first exclusive aortic clinic, the Aortic Aneurysm Centre at SIMS Hospital, will also include an awareness program for the general public and a symposium on aortic disease and management for family physicians. The hospital will also be offering free aortic disease screenings.
This is a multidisciplinary event with critical care, emergency, reanimation, internal medicine, radiology colleagues sharing advances in their fields, as well as special participants, patients who share their own life experience after aortic diseases treatment in our center.
Join LMU for a two-hour program for patients featuring four lectures on aortic disease at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich. In addition to the presentations, there will be time for discussion with the doctors and an opportunity for patients to meet.
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Welcome to Career Forum which on Wednesday September 19th draws attention to the international aortic day. With an aortic day, we want to spread more knowledge about aortic diseases, how to prevent and treat these. The day is laid out as a drop in where you can come and mingle when it suits you best between 10 - 14. You can meet staff from Tema Heart and Heart that you can ask your questions to and take part of information material. Among other things, vascular surgeon, patient representatives and nurses are involved who can tell more about good living habits for better vascular health.
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The Association of Patients with Aortic Dissection is a non-profit organization created to increase education and awareness of aortic disease, support people who have aortic disease., and support research. It was founded by people who are aortic dissections survivors. The September 19 event is being held partnership with the Association La Marguerite. Survivors and families are invited to attend for an exchange of information and support. For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or Facebook.com/aorta.fr
Rock from the Heart (RFTH) formed after its founder survived aortic aneurysm and aortic valve replacement surgery. The organization supports heart disease education and awareness programs with a primary focus on aortic health. Thoracic aortic aneurysms are rare, occurring in approximately 6-10 per every 100,000 people. About 20% of those cases are linked to family history. Because the disease is rare, there is limited information available to those at risk and to those diagnosed with the condition. RFTH aims to change that by holding events that bring the condition into the forefront, committed to increasing public awareness of the factors that put people at risk for thoracic aortic disease, and to improving the diagnosis and management of these life-threatening conditions. RFTH will also support programs and organizations working to bring high quality cardiovascular care to rural communities and smaller hospitals. RFTH will focus on developing resources designed to improve the diagnosis, treatment and management of aortic disease by advocating for early detection, meaningful support, and timely access to appropriate treatment for all people affected.
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Presentations will cover current European treatment guidelines, endocarditis prophylaxis, trauma deficiency in patients with aortic diseases, experiences in Holland, and more. There will also be an opportunity for personal exchange with the aortic team of cardiac, thoracic, transplantation, and vascular surgery doctors.
For more information, please contact Ms. J. Gruühagen, +49-(0) 511-532-6589 or email@example.com.
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