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Follow topics of interest through Guidelines presentations and webcasts.
Download the free ESC Pocket Guidelines App and its interactive tools onto your mobile device.
Summaries of main messages from the ESC Guidelines in a short practical format and straightforward language.
One of the best tools to help practitioners make the best bedside clinical decisions, when managing patients with acute cardiovascular diseases.
Practical risk assessment and management tools, including risk charts, HeartScore, HeartQol and Guidelines toolkit.
Richly illustrated teaching chapters from experts in the field of cardiovascular imaging, including 3D echo, contrast echo, and valvular imaging.
STARTRIAL: Search, review, and compare data from Acute Coronary Syndromes trials.
Could your patient benefit from better secondary prevention? Find out more with the scientific and educational resources from this multi disciplinary programme.
Ensures that all nurses and allied professionals across Europe are trained to use the latest ESC Guidelines on Heart Failure, Prevention & Dyslipidaemias.
Cardiovascular disease is a common condition, accounting for 4 million deaths per year in Europe. Find reliable information and practical advice to prevent cardiovascular disease, manage your health more effectively and live longer, more active lives.
An educational website designed by health professionals and patients for people suffering from atrial fibrillation. It is also a valuable resource for families and caregivers.
The heartfailurematters.org website highlights how, with simple changes in lifestyle, a better understanding of heart failure and appropriate treatment, many people live full and active lives. It is time for us to help them take charge of their health.
Available in Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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