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The webinar will focus on:
Update on the management of diabetic and hypertensive patients with chronic heart failure according to the newly released guidelines of the ESC/HFA.
Professor Michel Komajda, FESCDepartment of CardiologyLa Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris, France
Professor John McMurray, FESCProfessor of Medical Cardiology & Honorary Consultant CardiologistInstitute of Cardiovascular & Medical SciencesBHF Cardiovascular Research CentreUniversity of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Professor Petar Seferovic, FESCPresident-elect Heart Failure Association of the ESCCorresponding member of Serbian Academy of Sciences and ArtsChair of Internal Medicine, University of Belgrade School of MedicineProfessor, Heart Failure Center, Belgrade University Medical CenterPresident, Heart Failure Society of Serbia
The webinar addresses Cardiologists, Internists and Diabetologists.
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