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SEC 2015: symposium of the Working Group on Coronary Pathophysiology and Microcirculation

Joint session with the Spanish Society of Cardiology (SEC) during its annual Congress

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Thrombosis, Platelets and Microcirculation
Basic Sciences, Pharmacology, Genomics and Cardiovascular Pathology
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Every year, the Working Group on Coronary Pathophysiology and Microcirculation organises symposium during National Cardiac Societies meeting. This year, it will be during the SEC Annual Congress in Bilbao, from 22 to 24 of October.

The Working Group will lead its symposium in the shape of a Round Table on “Microcirculation and the Heart”. This session will focus on Pathophysiology of Microcirculation and Coronary Diseases, as well as novelties in therapies.

Here are the details of the session held on 24 October in Room Barria 1 from 10:15 am to 11:45 am:

Chairs: María Dorobantu, Romania and Rafaelle Bugiardini, Italy

10:15: Novel insights into the role of coronary microvascular dysfunction in heart failure

Dirk Duncker, Netherlands

10:45: Novel biological role for pericardial fluid. Are there new potentials for therapeutic intervention?

Akos Koller, Hungary

11:15: The microcirculation in stable angina and acute coronary syndromes: insights from intracoronary measurements

Javier Escaned Barbosa, Spain