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Clinical case results


Clinical Case Results are available now

View and confirm your presentation as soon as possible




STEP 1:  Log in to using your My ESC account (e-mail and password - the one used for the submission) to confirm your presentation - You will also be able to view the Clinical Case presentation time and format. To assign another presenter from your list of authors, please inform us by email (

You can also consult the entire session programme by clicking on the session title. 

STEP 2: Prepare your case presentation: Review Presenter Guidelines.

important dates

  • Mid-March 2016: Case results will be announced. An e-mail will be sent to each submitter with a report on the status of the case (accepted or rejected). If the case is accepted, a 2nd email will be sent to the 1st author, who is the presenter by default, with instructions to confirm the presentation and submit the agreement form.
  • March 21st: Confirmation of participation


Accepted clinical cases are presented in oral sessions in the AGORA and as Moderated posters in the Clinical Case Corner during the coffee breaks.

They will be published in the abstract supplement of the European Journal of Heart Failure.

New this year! Best performing cases will be in competition during the “Clinical case competition” session.  
The winner will receive his/her award during the Awards Ceremony.

The cases were submitted under one of the seven following main topics:

  • Acute heart failure
  • Cardiomyopathy
  • Co-morbidities
  • Devices / CRT / ICD
  • Cardiac surgery
  • Heart failure imaging
  • Disease management programmes


Dr. Javier De Juan Bagudá (Boadilla del Monte, Spain)

"The biggest benefit of presenting a case at the congress is to have the opportunity of sharing an unusual case to your colleagues. I really appreciate to hear the opinions of other cardiologists, their experiences and how they managed similar cases as mine."

Dr. Piotr Rudziński (Warsaw, Poland)

"The Heart Failure congress held in Seville was absolutely the most important event in 2015. My biggest motivation to submit a case to the congress was to be a part of this exceptional venture. The biggest benefit of presenting my case was the opportunity to meet cardiologists from around the world, make new friendships, exchange ideas, thoughts and experiences connected with heart failure issues, and not only. I cannot wait for the next Heart Failure congress which will be held in Florence in 2016."

Dr. Clara Inés Saldarriaga G. (Medellin, Colombia)

"Last year I had the opportunity to present a case of myocardial tuberculosis. I can tell that this was an amazing experience. It`s wonderful to share knowledge with colleagues from other countries, I learned a lot from the panel of experts that moderate the session and also from the questions of the audience. I am working on a new case for this year and hope to come to Florence because this is a worthwhile experience from the professional and personal standpoint."