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One to Watch - From 2022 to 2033: Where will cardiovascular medicine take us?

One of this morning’s symposia encourages its presenters – and the audience – to look into the cardiology crystal ball and predict what lies ahead over the next decade.

Join Professor Roxana Mehran (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai - New York, USA) and Professor John McMurray (University of Glasgow - Glasgow, UK) as they chair what promises to be a fascinating glimpse into the future.

Professor Brian A. Ference (University of Cambridge - Cambridge, UK) will provide his insights into where he sees CVD prevention in 10 years’ time, while expert interventional cardiologist, Professor Patrick W. Serruys (National University of Ireland - Galway, Ireland) will discuss how he thinks we will approach coronary artery disease in 2033.

Pioneer of transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI), Professor Martin B. Leon (Columbia University Medical Center - New York, USA) will provide his predictions about new developments in the management of valvular heart disease. Future changes in the screening, prevention and treatment of atrial fibrillation will be discussed by Professor Gerhard Hindricks (Heart Center of Leipzig - Leipzig, Germany) before Professor JoAnn Lindenfeld (Vanderbilt University - Nashville, USA) will provide her predictions for the heart failure management landscape.

Digital enthusiast, Professor Martin Cowie (King’s College London - London, UK) will end the session with a discussion about the next 10 years in digital cardiology and artificial intelligence.

How do YOU think cardiology will change?

The content of this article reflects the personal opinion of the author/s and is not necessarily the official position of the European Society of Cardiology.