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Too young to die

ESC Congress 2014 Barcelona - press conference

Date & Time:  Tuesday 02 September, 09:00-10:00

Chairpersons
Prof. Eva Swahn (Sweden)
Prof. Harald Arnesen (Norway)
Spokespersons
Dr. Rudolf De Boer (Netherlands)
Prof. Freek Verheught (Netherlands)

Dr. Rudolf De Boer Prof. Freek Verheught  


Frailty and other geriatric conditions for risk stratification of older patients with acute coronary syndrome

Dr Clara Bonanad Lozano, Hospital Clínico Universitario de Valencia (Valencia, Spain)
Refers to abstract: Frailty and other geriatric conditions for risk stratification of older patients with acute coronary syndrome
Press release  |  Slides

 

Resuscitating octogenarians with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, is it worth it?

Mrs Helle Soeholm, Righshospitalet, Copenhagen University Hospital (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Refers to abstract: Resuscitating octogenarians with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, is it worth it?
Press release  |  Slides

 

Impact of access on TAVI procedural and midterm term follow up: a meta-analysis of 13 studies and 10468 patients

Dr Federico Conrotto, Città della Salute e della Scienza Hospital (Italy)
Refers to abstract: Impact of access on TAVI procedural and midterm term follow up: a meta-analysis of 13 studies and 10468 patients
Press release  |  Slides

 

Centenarians and their heart: a prospective registry with comprehensive geriatric assessment, ECG, echocardiography, and follow-up 

Dr Manuel Martinez-Selles, Hospital Gregorio Marañon de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)
Refers to abstract: Centenarians and their heart: a prospective registry with comprehensive geriatric assessment, ECG, echocardiography, and follow-up 
Press release  |  Slides


Abstracts linked to ESC press conferences are not available until embargo lifts. The embargo lifts at the beginning of the press conference or the scientific session, whichever comes first. All other abstracts will be online on 22 August, 2014 in the Scientific Programme Planner except for Hot Lines, Clinical Trial Update and Registries Hot Lines abstracts.
Press releases are available on site in the press kit (USB key) that you will receive once you pick up your badge at the press registration desk at ESC Congress 2014 - except for press releases on Clinical Trial Updates and Hot Line sessions which are only available when the embargo lifts.
Press slides will be available at the beginning of the press conference.
All ESC Press conferences will be broadcasted live. Unfortunately, no webcast will be available. Access to the session will be restricted to registered press only.
During the ESC Congress 2014, all scientific resources are available on ESC Congress 365.