Cardiology Conference Details

ACC.14 - American College of Cardiology 63rd Annual Scientific Session & Expo CME

Date: March 29-31, 2014
Location: Washington, DC, D.C. 20001, United States
Email: resource@acc.org
URL: http://accscientificsession.cardiosource.org/ACC.aspx
Description: Take time to focus on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease at ACC.14 in the nation’s capital, Washington, DC. Experience personalized learning that allows you to expand your knowledge to new areas of interest and focus on your specialty. Get first-hand access to the latest discoveries and research transforming cardiovascular care. Or, focus on clinical applications that will improve heart health for your patients today. It’s all you need to learn, advance, heal.

33.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ - maximum

Venue: Walter E. Washington Convention Center

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Read Article Summaries From Top Medical Journals

1 Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute opens first-of-its-kind research stem cell clinic for cardiac patients Cedars-Sinai, August 13, 2014
2 Too many diet drinks may spell heart trouble for older women EurekAlert!, March 31, 2014 Free full text
3 Remote ischemic preconditioning fails to improve heart bypass outcomes American College of Cardiology News, March 18, 2015
4 Psychosocial aspects in cardiac rehabilitation: From theory to practice. A position paper from the Cardiac Rehabilitation Section of the European Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation of the European Society of Cardiology European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, July 28, 2014
5 Comparison of 5-year outcomes after coronary artery bypass grafting in heart failure patients with versus without preserved left ventricular ejection fraction (From the CREDO-Kyoto CABG Registry Cohort-2) The American Journal of Cardiology, June 11, 2015

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