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ESC Working Group on e-Cardiology

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ESC Congress resources on Cardiac Imaging / e-Technology

Retrieve sessions of your dedicated Working Group, from resources presented by your experts in the past four years to planned sessions for next ESC Congress.

Resources from innovations in cardiology (IIC) Conference

Scientific programme jointly organised with the ESC Working Group on e-Cardiology

  • 15 October 2015
    Multimodality Imaging, the next decade - S. R. Underwood, UK
    Marriage between ICT and integrated imaging in Cardiology, peaceful coexistence or dream? - F. Pugliese, UK
    Technoiques for cardiac instability asssessment from the ECG - M. Orini, UK
    Hotler recording, an old tool with new potentials? - P. Dilaveris, Greece
    T-Wave Alternans: automatic identification and clinical utility - L. Burattini, IT
    Effectiveness of remote monitoring in detection and treatment of clinical and device related CV events in daily practice - M. Lunati, IT
    High frame rate in echocardiography: a step into the future? O. BernardMangetic Resonance Imaging: novel applications in Cardiology - M. Lombardi, IT
    Remote Monitoring - E Van Der Velde, Netherlands
  • 16 October 2015
    Added value of computer-based Clinical Decision Support System - M. Mazzanti, UK
    Mobile echo acquisition and transfer for donor organ assessment - N. Al-Attar, UK
    Cardiac Telerehabilitation: state of the art and near future should implement a positive cost effectiveness ratio? - I. Frederics, Belgium
    Wich technologies will be required to managecardiac patients accross the continuum of care? - G. Bognolo, UK
    Why hospitals will be obsolete and medicine will be digital? D. G. Martich, USA
    What to consider fpr prescribing an app? E. Caiani, IT
    Organisation of a full telecardiological center: what do I need? F. Kohler, Germany
    Reimbursement for Remote Monitoring Technologies - C. E. Chronaki, Greece
  • 17 October 2015
    Computational cardiac electrophysiology, potentials and pitfalls - X. Zhou, UK
    Planning of Surgical Interventions using Patients-Specific Finite Element Modelling, E. Votta, IT

Resources from EHRA Europace - Cardiostim 2015

Browse sessions on ECG and eCardiology topics on the EHRA EUROPACE - CARDIOSTIM 2015 Scientific Programme

Resources on Telecardiology topics from MED-e-TEL 2015 conference