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Acute Cardiovascular Care is the annual congress of the Acute Cardiovascular Care Association (ACCA) of the ESC.

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Acute cardiovascular care 2016 - LISBON, Portugal

Lisbon, Portugal, from 15 - 17 October 2016

Managing risk in acute cardiovascular care

 

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The patient with dyspnea in the emergency department

Apparent ACS without a culprit lesion

Videos

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Acute Cardiovascular Care 2015 - VIENNA, Austria

Vienna, Austria, from 17 - 19 October 2015

Innovating to improve Acute Cardiovascular Care

Key figures from this congress

  • 3 days of scientific exchange
  • 51 scientific sessions
  • 16 hours of CME credits
  • 993 participants from 74 countries
  • 118 Faculty
  • 661 abstracts submitted & 623 abstracts accepted
  • 29 Industry partners, 680sqm Exhibition

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Slides

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Update in cardiac arrest
Organ dysfunction in acute heart failure

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CardioPulse report by K. Huber and K. Krychtiuk

Last year's annual conference of the Acute Cardiovascular Care Association (ACCA) was held in the monumental and imperial surroundings of the Vienna Hofburg from 17 to 19 October, 2015 under the main topic ‘Innovating to Improve Acute Cardiovascular Care’. The ACCA's mission is to improve quality of care and outcomes of patients with acute cardiovascular diseases. Focus is the multi-disciplinary team taking care of the acutely ill patient ranging from pre- and in-hospital stabilization to definitive therapy within the hospital walls.

Therefore, the ACCA addresses not only cardiologists but also emergency physicians, paramedics, interventional cardiologists, intensivists, and surgeons, respectively. The multi-disciplinary approach of the association was evidenced by 10 so-called joint sessions with national and international associations and working groups.

Programme highlights

The 4th annual ACCA conference offered a multifaceted programme range of classic symposia, ‘meet-the-experts’ sessions, ‘pro and con’ debates, and ‘how-to’ sessions covering the multi-disciplinary approach of the association when dealing with acutely ill cardiac patients.

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