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I regret to inform you that Acute Cardiovascular Care 2020, scheduled for 7-9 March, could not take place as planned. As you have no doubt seen in the news, the novel coronavirus (COVID–19) has been spreading in Europe. It means that many of you were prevented from travelling because of restrictions imposed by your national health authorities or your individual medical institutions. Although deeply disappointing, we could not proceed with the congress or with the scheduled exams to be held on site. Your health and safety are of the greatest priority to us. You have a vital role to play throughout the year but especially now, during the spread of the coronavirus. Most of the reported deaths from COVID-19 have been in patients with underlying cardiovascular disease.
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Thank you for your understanding and support. Susanna Price,Association for Acute CardioVascular Care President 2018 - 2020
Learn, exchange and update your skills in acute cardiovascular care.
Two days of practical, hands-on meetings on how best to treat acute-care patients. A unique opportunity to access customised topics focused on your day-to-day work. Challenge yourself!
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The world's largest cardiovascular congress with over 500 expert sessions and 4,500 abstracts covering the latest clinical trials and breakthrough discoveries.
The world’s largest conference in cardiovascular medicine with a strong global reputation for providing the latest research findings and interpretations, in-depth science, and solid education.
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