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EuroGUCH 2016

Annual Meeting involving of the ESC Working Group on Grown-Up Congenital Heart Disease (GUCH)

Add to calendar22/04/20160:00 23/04/20160:00 Europe/Paris EuroGUCH 2016

The Working Group on GUCH is involved in the EuroGUCH 2016 Meeting that will be held in the German Heart Center Munich, Germany from 22 to 23 April.

This edition of the EuroGUCH Meeting will focus on the right ventricle in patients with congenital heart disease, with diagnostic modalities, indication for treatment and treatment options. Also different clinically relevant topics for this group of patients will be discussed.

It is thus aimed at pediatric cardiologists and surgeons, but also at cardiac anesthesiologists, intensivists, nurse specialists and other health professional caring for GUCH patients.

Do not miss this opportunity to share scientific thoughts and to foster personal relationships in stimulating Bavarian atmosphere!

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Myocardial, Valvular, Pericardial and Congenital Heart Disease
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Summary

The Working Group on GUCH is involved in the EuroGUCH 2016 Meeting that will be held in the German Heart Center Munich, Germany from 22 to 23 April.

This edition of the EuroGUCH Meeting will focus on the right ventricle in patients with congenital heart disease, with diagnostic modalities, indication for treatment and treatment options. Also different clinically relevant topics for this group of patients will be discussed.

It is thus aimed at pediatric cardiologists and surgeons, but also at cardiac anesthesiologists, intensivists, nurse specialists and other health professional caring for GUCH patients.

Do not miss this opportunity to share scientific thoughts and to foster personal relationships in stimulating Bavarian atmosphere!