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ESC in Japan @ JCS 2021 together with WCC 2021

26/03/2021 09:00 28/03/2021 10:00 Europe/Paris ESC in Japan @ JCS 2021 together with WCC 2021

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Summary

The ESC is honoured to participate in the 85th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Circulation Society together with WCC 2021.

In close collaboration with the Japanese Circulation Society, the ESC brings highlights in key topics from ESC Congress 2020 - The Digital Experience to Japan as part of the Final Programme, with three joint scientific sessions, including one built by and for the Young Community.



JCS 2021 with WCC_Banner.pngThe 85th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Circulation Society (JCS2021) will be held from 26 to 28 March 2021 in Yokohama together with the World Congress of Cardiology (WCC 2021).

 

View the Congress poster here

For more information, visit the JCS 2021 & WCC 2021 website.

A long lasting relationship

achenbach-stephan-2019-congress-news.jpgThe ESC is honoured to be invited to the Opening Ceremony of JCS together with WCC 2021 where the ESC President, Stephan Achenbach, delivers a message to the delegates of the congress with a short video.

Opening Ceremony: Friday, 26 March from 09:50 to 11:00 (JST).

 

ESC & JCS Joint Scientific Programme

All joint sessions are available on demand from 26 March until the end of June on the JCS website.

ESC-JCS Joint Symposium: Recent advances in coronary imaging and intervention

Chairpersons

Stephan Achenbach (Germany), Toshiro Shinke (Japan)

90 minutes
Talk: 12 min Discussion: 3 min OCT assessment for culprit lesion in acute coronary syndrome Tomoyo Sugiyama (Tsuchiura)
Talk: 12 min Discussion: 3 min Noninvasive assessment for vulnerable lesion Teruo Noguchi (Osaka)
Talk: 12 min Discussion: 3 min Integration of coronary imaging and physiology Takuya Mizukami (Yokohama)
Talk: 12 min Discussion: 3 min Dual antiplatelet therapy after PCI: state of the art Franz Weidinger (Austria)
Talk: 12 min Discussion: 3 min Coronary artery imaging: where do we stand? Where do we go? Stephan Achenbach (Germany)
Talk: 12 min Discussion: 3 min Fractional Flow Reserve in practice: for whom? Martine Gilard (France)

Meet the ESC in Japan 2021: Pharmacological treatment of heart failure with reduced ejection fraction: a new golden age?

Chairpersons

Stephan Achenbach (Germany), Yasushi Sakata (Japan)

90 minutes
  Review of evidence  
Talk: 12 min Discussion: 3 min Sacubitril valsartan Koichiro Kuwahara (Japan)
Talk: 12 min Discussion: 3 min SGLT2 inhibitor Michel Komajda (France)
Talk: 12 min Discussion: 3 min Omecamtiv mecarbil Masahumi Yano (Japan)
Talk: 12 min Discussion: 3 min Verciguat Burkert Pieske (Germany)
  How to combine these drugs?  
Talk: 12 min Discussion: 3 min ESC point of view Theresa McDonagh (United-Kingdom)
Talk: 12 min Discussion: 3 min JCS point of view Koichiro Kinugawa (Japan)

Young Session: ESC-JCS Heart Team Case Conference

Chairpersons

Hiroyuki Kiriyama (Japan), Allan Böhm (Slovakia)

90 minutes
20 min (incl. discussion) Case 1: Clinical use of the 0/1h ESC algorithm for suspected AMI Maria Rubini (Germany)
20 min (incl. discussion) Case 2: Fulminant cardiac sarcoidosis Shingo Tsujinaga (Japan)
20 min (incl. discussion) Case 3: A Complex Heart Team's Approach to a Patient with Giant Cell Myocarditis Michal Pazdernik (Czech Republic)
20 min (incl. discussion) Case 4: Severe heart failure or congenital heart disease requiring central ECMO/
Refractory arrythmia/LVAD/TAVI for a super-elderly patient...etc
Hidetomo Noumi (Japan)
10 min Wrap-up  

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