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Education and Research

ESC Working Group on Coronary Pathophysiology and Microcirculation

Find here educational and research content on Coronary Pathohysiology and Microcirculation.


ESC Congress resources

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ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines

Members of the Working Group actively participated to the writing and/or reviewing of the following Guidelines:

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Educational Courses

Members of the Working Group actively participated to educational courses

Course on “Coronary Physiology in the Catheterization Laboratory”, targeted at both physiologists and physicians (mainly interventional cardiologist and radiologist), aim to provide the fundamentals of coronary circulation physiology as well as the latest evidence-based advantages of invasive physiologic assessment

Educational slides from past courses

Courses on "Coronary Physiology in the Catheterization Laboratory" take place at the European Heart House. You can watch the educational slides below:


Mobility Travel Grant (MTG)

The objective of the MTG is to strengthen relations between Research Institutions of different European countries by covering travel and accommodation costs of researchers or clinicians in cardiovascular sciences to work for a minimal period of 1 month in an institution of a different European Country.

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International Survey of Acute Coronary Syndromes in Transitional Countries (ISACS-CT)

This study is both a retrospective (over a one year period) and prospective (over a three year period) study which was designed in order to obtain data of patients with acute coronary syndromes in countries with economy in transition. Read more