News and opinion on the latest ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines
A whole range of derivative products based on ESC Guidelines are available in different formats.
These condensed versions of the ESC Guidelines provide easy access and quick reference guides for the practising clinician which can be conveniently referred to in the office, clinic & emergency department. Order your ESC Pocket Guidelines
ESC Pocket Guidelines are now available in electronic version. You can download them in eBook format, or directly use the ESC Pocket Guidelines App and experience the interactive tools related to the Guidelines. More about mobile versions
Cooperation between the Practice Guidelines, ESC Education and ESC Congress Programme Committees, the Guidelines into Practice Tracks bring you the best of ESC Congress for the specific ESC Practice Guidelines. Particular emphasis is placed on the clinical implementation of said guidelines.
Access the Guidelines into Practice tracks
A quick and easy to read document divided into two parts: The Take Home Messages, between 12 to 15 key points and the Gaps in Evidence. Download and use the ESC Guidelines essential messages and slide sets
These summary cards are aimed at all healthcare professionals. They summarise the main messages from the ESC Guidelines in a short practical format and straightforward language easy to translate. Access the summary cards
Find out here how to order reprints of the Full-Text ESC Guidelines. Find out more about the ESC Guidelines reprints
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