25th Annual Cardiology Conference-Atlanta
We are pleased to invite the contributors across the globe on its "25th Annual Cardiology Conference" which is slated at Atlanta, USA during July 18 - 19, 2018 around the theme "With a healthy heart, the beat goes on" "It covers topics such as Cardiology, Cardiac and Cardiac Surgery, Clinical Cardiology, Cardiologist, Heart disease, Interventional Cardiology, Women & Heart Disease". Our Conference will provide a perfect platform addressing: Laudable talks by the top-notch of the global scientific community Sterling workshop sessions, Remarkable Awards and Global Recognition to meritorious Researchers, Global Networking with 50+ Countries, Novel Techniques to Benefit Your Research, Global Business and Networking Opportunities, Exquisite Platform for showcasing your products and International Sponsorship
Ventricular tachycardia: Causes, types, symptoms, and treatment
Ventricular tachycardia (VT) is a disorder where the heart beats faster than normal. It is caused when the electrical signals from the ventricles are irregular. For a person at rest, a normal heart rhythm usually ranges between 60 to 100 beats per minute (bpm); someone experiencing ventricular tachycardia ...
January Medical e-News - 2018
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January Patient e-News - 2018
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Cardiac Rhythm News - 5 January 2018
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Advances in Arrhythmia Analyses: A Case-Based Approach, An Issue of Cardiac Electrophysiology ...
This issue is a valuable tool to help electrophysiologists interpret complex ECGs so they can better understand arrhythmia mechanisms. Organized by cases, this issue illustrates many of the classic electrocardiographic findings and phenomena that every electrophysiologist should know. Study of this ...
HRC2017 Abstracts published in Europace
All HRC017 abstracts are published in EP Europace Volume 19, October 2017
What You Need to Know About Autonomic Nervous System Disorders
For instance, when you stand up the veins in your legs compress and anything that prevents that from happening adequately can cause you to feel faint or pass out, he explains. “Often when people are sent to us because they're fainting and no one knows why, it's due to syncope,” he says. In some ...