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Library: Webinars On-Demand

In our Library you can discover the webinars that took place in 2019 and 2020. The webinars were broadcasted in Englisch and Russian language. Choose your language and experience what Experts from all over the world discussed for the hot topics in various therapeutic areas.

Webinars On-Demand: Cardiology

  • Cardiology Recording of the Live Webinar on 12th May 2021
    Cardio Update 2021: Hot Topics and Key Messages from ESH/ISH Meeting 2021
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    Cardio Update 2021: Hot Topics and Key Messages from ESH/ISH Meeting 2021

    • Hot topics from ESH/ISH meeting
      Prof. A. Manolis (Greece)
      Director Cardiology Department
      Asklepeion Hospital, Athens, Greece
    • Best abstracts from ESH/ISH meeting
      Prof. C. Borghi (Italy)
      Chief of the Department of Medicine
      Policlinico S. Orsola-Malpighi-Bologna, Head of the Hypertension Unit and the ESH Excellence Center for hypertension
    • Key messages from recent published postition papers or statements from th Journal of Hypertension
      Prof. G. Mancia (Italy)
      Head of the Hypertension Center
      Istituto Clinico Universitario, Verano Brianza Italy, President Foundation of the European Society of Hypertension (ESH) in Switzerland
    • Q&A Session
  • Cardiology Recording of the Live Webinar on 17th Feb 2021
    Berlin-Chemie International Edoxaban Webinar
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    Berlin-Chemie International Edoxaban Webinar

    • Prof. A. Goudev (Bulgaria)
      University Hospital Tsaritsa Yoanna, Sofia (Bulgaria), President of the Bulgarian Society of Cardiology, member of the European Society of Cardiology and the ESC Community
      Stroke Prevention and Atrial Fibrillation in Bulgaria
    • Prof. J. Steffel (Switzerland)
      Vice chairman, Department of Cardiology, University Hospital Zurich
      Edoxaban – Practical aspects for daily clinical care
    • Prof. A. Götte (Germany)
      Chief Physician and Professor in Cardiology and Internal Intensive Care Medicine, St. Vincent’s Hospital Paderborn
      Use of Edoxaban in patients undergoing interventions
    • Q&A interactive session
  • Cardiology Recording of the Live Webinar on 24th Oct 2020
    Cardio Forum 2020
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    Cardio Forum 2020

    Management of Chronic Coronary Syndromes

    • Prof. A. Manolis (Greece)
      Cardiology Department Asklepeio Hospital Athens Greece
      2019 ESC CCS guidelines: lost in space? or did we leave our patients and scientific evidence behind?
    • Prof. P. Collins (United Kingdom)
      Professor of Clinical Cardiology, Faculty of Medicine, National Heart & Lung Institute
      Optimal medical treatment vs revascularization in the post ORBITA and ISCHEMIA era
    • Prof. R. Dechend (Germany)
      Professor of Cardiology Charité Campus Buch, University Hospital Berlin and HELIOS Clinic Berlin
      Microvascular disease and chronic coronary syndromes
    • Q&A interactive session
  • Cardiology Recording of the Live Webinar on 10th Jun 2020
    Cardio Update 2020
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    Cardio Update 2020

    • Prof. G. Mancia (Italy)
      Professor Emeritus, University Milano-Bicocca
      Renin–Angiotensin–Aldosterone System Blockers and the Risk of COVID-19
    • Prof. A. Manolis (Greece)
      Director, Department of Cardiology, “Asklepieion” General Hospital, Athens
      COVID-19 and the heart: Any concern for ß-blockers?
    • Prof. R. Kreutz (Germany)
      Charité University Medicine Berlin, President of the European Society of Hypertension
      Update on Hypertension Guidelines: 2020 Global ISH vs. 2018 European ESC/ESH Guidelines
    • Q&A interactive session
  • Cardiology Recording of the Live Webinar on 03rd Jul 2019
    Cardio Update 2019
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    ESC / ESH Guidelines for the management of arterial hypertension. A patient centric approach.

    • Prof. A. Coca (Spain): Combination Treatment: which drugs for which patients?
    • Prof. A. Manolis (Greece): Are all antihypertensive drugs the same?
    • Prof. R. Kreutz (Germany): Hypertensive patients with comorbidities
    • Q&A interactive session