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Scientific Programme

ESC Asia with APSC & AFC


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The latest scientific advances

ESC Asia with APSC & AFC will feature key presentations from ESC Congress 2019 held just two months earlier in Paris, but put in an Asian perspespective

Best practices and newest guidelines

Presenting the key messages from the four new ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines and discussions on the the best ways to implelement them in the region.

  • CVD in Diabetes
  • Dyslipidaemias
  • Myocardial Revascularization
  • Arterial Hypertension

Keynote lectures

Professor M Komajda on "Heart Failure and Diabetes" on 8 November 2019
Professor KK Yeo on "the Hope and Promise of Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology" on 10 November 2019


Unique Opportunities for the Young Cardiologists

Meet informally with internationally renowned experts from Asia the region and beyond

Network with peers and make connections that will last a lifetime.

Hear the latest Tips & Tricks, on skills development, scientific research and publication.

A Young Cardiologists Clinical Case Competition Session will be held on Saturday 9 November.


Original Research and Clinical Case submission


Over 280 abstracts will be presented - Submitters have been notified - information available here.

Case Results have now been announced.  An email has been sent to each submitter.


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