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Aug 26, 2013

Presentations at the European Society of Cardilogy


The CCI is well represented at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress 2013 (August 31st-September 4th)
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Invited talks:

•High-tech echocardiography in the early diagnosis of cardiotoxicity – T. Edvardsen (Oslo, NO)
•We know how to treat heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. Pro-O. Smiseth
•Left ventricular function. Looking deeper – T. Edvardsen (Oslo, NO)
•The importance of assessing load interaction – O.A. Smiseth (Oslo, NO)

 

Abstracts oral:

•Global longitudinal strain correlates to reduced exercise capacity in heart failure patients with preserved ejection fraction. – N. Hasselberg, K.H. Haugaa, S.I. Sarvari, O.A. Smiseth, A.K. Andreassen, T. Edvardsen (Oslo, NO)

 

Abstracts posters:

•Septal hypofunction and excessive load on the right ventricular free wall in patients with transposition of the great arteries and atrial switch. – P. Storsten, M. Eriksen, E. Boe, M.E. Estensen, G. Eriksen, O. Smiseth, H. Skulstad (Oslo, NO)
•Global longitudinal strain at baseline is a marker of ventricular arrhythmias in patients with cardiac resynchronization therapy – N. Hasselberg, A. Brunet, K.H. Haugaa, E. Kongsgaard, E. Donal, T. Edvardsen (Oslo, NO; Rennes, FR)
•History of vigorous physical activity increases frequency of exercise induced ventricular arrhythmias in patients with arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy. – J. Saberniak, N.E. Hasselberg, R. Borgquist, P.G. Platonov, A.G. Holst, T. Edvardsen, K.H. Haugaa (Oslo, NO; Lund, SE; Copenhagen, DK)
•Hypoperfused interventricular septum in left bundle branch block is due to reduced septal work. – K. Russell, M. Eriksen, J.G. Fjeld, S.I. Sarvari, T. Edvardsen, O.A. Smiseth (Oslo, NO)
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