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.
A novel app that can direct first responders to cardiac arrest victims more than three minutes before the emergency services arrive. Each minute increases the chance of survival by 10%.
In the continuity of the ESC 'Women at Heart' Initiative, the Women in EP Committee highlights the unique aspects of female patients with cardiac arrhythmias and in female health care professionals working in electrophysiology.
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The ESC also supports the development of strong policies for the prevention of cardiovascular disease in the European Union, through its European Heart Agency in Brussels.
The ESC acts as a united voice for cardiology to advocate for favourable cardiovascular policy and collaborate with all those who have a role in the field.
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