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Annual conference on Heart Diseases

Annual conference on Heart Diseases

The theme of the conference is: “Exploring Heart Health and Technology”. Contact person: Kathie Johnson Event Manager Heart Diseases 2017 Phone: +1 650-268-9744 Email: heartdiseases@alliedconferences.org

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ESC Congress 2017

ESC Congress 2017

Spotlight 2017: 40 Years of PCI The world's largest cardiovascular congress with over 500 experts sessions and 11 000 abstracts contributing to global awareness of the latest clinical trials and breakthrough discoveries. Abstract submission deadline: 14 Feb Clinical case submission deadline: 1 March Late Breaking Science deadline: 21 March Early Registration fee deadline: 31 May

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European Heart Failure Awareness Day

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Cardiac Rhythm News- April 2017

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Wireless Pacing: A First Step Toward Fully Leadless CRT?

... will be necessary to definitively determine whether leadless systems will be superior to conventional pacemakers," Mullens and Nijst concluded.

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April Medical e-News 2017

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Sidelined by heart condition, Silverdale student stays involved with softball team

Shelby Duggard doesn't remember softball not being part of her life. And although the high school junior can no longer play, she's doing the best she can to keep it a big part of her life.

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How does it feel to save a life? This Port Royal man knows

Johnny Young of Port Royal is one of those rare people who knows what it’s like to save a life. He was on routine duty as assistant chief of security at the Long Cove Club residential development on Hilton Head Island when one of the biggest moments of his life arrived with no warning.

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Fainting episodes may increase risk of workplace accidents, job loss

People who experience fainting spells have a higher risk of workplace accidents and job loss, compared to adults who do not have fainting episodes. In a Danish study, one in three employed people with syncope were no longer in the workforce within two years of having a first-time fainting spell.

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Biotronik announces approval, availability of MR-conditional tachycardia lead

Biotronik announced that the world's smallest MR-conditional tachycardia lead for use with implantable cardioverter defibrillators and HF devices is ...

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