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Education and Research

ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines

One of the major contribution from the working group who provides expertise in the following guidelines :


Myocardial revascularisation (Guidelines for)


Atrial Fibrillation (Management of)
Valvular Heart Disease (Management of)


Non ST-Segment Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes (New Version)
Peripheral Arterial Diseases
Cardiovascular Diseases during Pregnancy,


Device Therapy in Heart Failure (Focused Update)


Infective Endocarditis (Guidelines on Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of)

Practice Guideline Track on Non-ST Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes

Access Guidelines into Practice Tracks

ESC Congress resources on Cardiovascular Surgery

Retrieve sessions of your dedicated Working Group, from resources presented by your experts in the past four years to planned sessions for next ESC Congress.

Special focus on Surgeon Track sessions during ESC Congress 2016

Access presentations below

Related Links

The ESCVS is the oldest European Society devoted to cardiac and vascular surgery since 1951, represented by about 1500 Cardiac, Vascular and Endovascular Surgeons. The main objects of the Society are to advance education in the field of cardio-vascular and endovascular surgery, to promote research for the public benefit and to correlate and disseminate the useful results thereof.

Founded in 1917 by the earliest pioneers in the field of thoracic surgery, the American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS) is now an international organization of over 1,200 of the world’s foremost cardiothoracic surgeons representing 35 countries.