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Find here educational and research content on Valvular Heart Disease: slides and abstracts from past and future courses, meetings, congresses and registries/studies.Advances in imaging techniques, newly available percutaneous treatments, emphasis on the role of the Heart Team, and a growing pool of patients due to the ageing population mean that Valvular Heart Disease is now at the centre of developments in Cardiovascular Medicine and Surgery. The quantity and quality of published evidence in this area is growing rapidly while patients themselves often present challenging clinical scenarios requiring multidisciplinary expertise in this exciting and rapidly evolving field.
Discover these special sessions on valve disease focussing on:
Treatment options in secondary mitral regurgitation
Important debates around aortic valve stenosis
Expert Advice - The one session that teaches you all you ever need to know about Mitral Valve Prolapse
The European Heart Journal’s advances in heart failure and valvular heart disease: the year in cardiology
Special issues from the 2017 ESC Guidelines on valvular heart disease in general cardiology
Young Investigator Awards Session Valvular Heart Disease
Difficult treatment decisions in patients with severe aortic valve stenosis
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A selection of interesting cases provided by the Council. Cases will propose:
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The former ESC Working Group on Valvular Heart Diseases endorsed the scientific programme of the EuroValve congress 2017. Retrieve some presentations selected by the Working Group.
Download ESC Guidelines on Management of Valvular Heart Disease
This survey is designed to assess the management and outcome of pregnancy in patients with structural heart disease (mainly congenital heart disease, valvular heart disease and cardiomyopathy).
This survey has been developed and the case record form designed by a collaboration of the GUCH Working Group and the former Working Group on Valvular Heart Disease.
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