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World Symposium on CARDIOLOGY

World Symposium on CARDIOLOGY

Promising Growth Towards The Pinnacle In Cardiac Research

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Date of beginning

Thursday, 18 June 2020

Duration

3 days

City

Zurich

Country

Switzerland

Contact

James Williams

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Expected participants

250

Memo

The World Symposium on CARDIOLOGY, which is going to be held during June 18-20, 2020 at Zurich, Switzerland basing on theme Promising Growth Towards The Pinnacle In Cardiac Research". Organized by Frontiers Meetings Ltd will bring together world class Cardiologists and Cardiothoracic Surgeons, Cardiac Surgeons, Cardio-Oncologists, Clinicians, Family Practitioners, Physiotherapists, Primary Care Physicians, Registered Nurses and Pharmacists to actively take part in this event in any desired category such as Speakers (Oral Presenters) or Delegates (Attendees) to discuss strategies and advancements in Cardiology. SCIENTIFIC SESSIONSClinical and Experimental Challenges in CardiologyGeriatric Cardiology & Geriatric CarePediatrics CardiologyCardiovascular PharmacologyCongestive Heart Failure & AnginaCardio-Oncology & Cardiac ToxicityCase Reports on CardiologyCardiovascular Medicine and Cardiac SurgeryCardiovascular DiseasesSports and Exercise CardiologyAtherosclerosis & Cardiac ArrestAntihypertensive TherapyDiabetes and Cardiometabolic DiseaseCardiac Nursing & CardiomyoplastyNuclear CardiologyHeart and Emergency MedicineAnticoagulation ManagementArrhythmias and Clinical EP (Electrophysiology)Coronary Artery Disease & MicrocirculationAcute Coronary SyndromesPulmonary Hypertension and Venous Thromboembolism