Track 1: Cardiovascular DiseaseCardiovascular disease holds the improperoperating of heart or blood vessels. Cardiovascular disease interpolates coronary artery diseases suchas angina and myocardial infarction (which is also called as a heart attack).Another Cardiovascular Infection are stroke,hypertensive heart defect, rheumaticheart disease, cardiomyopathy, atrial fibrillation,congenital heart distemper, endocarditis,peripheral artery affection and venous thrombosis. It is conventional that 85-90%of Cardiovascular Disease is avoidable.
Avoidance of atherosclerosis isby decreasing risk factors through: proper diet, exercise, prevention oftobacco smoke and limitation on alcohol intake. Treating high blood pressureand diabetes is also healthful. Treating people who have strep throatwith antibiotics canrebate the risk of rheumatic heartdisease.
Cardiovascular diseases are the ,main cause of death globally.Track 1-1Cerebrovascular diseaseTrack 1-2 Congenital heart diseaseTrack 1-3 Rheumatic heart diseaseTrack 1-4 Inflammatory heart diseaseTrack 1-5 Peripheral arterial diseaseTrack 1-6 Coronary artery disease Track 2: Clinical CardiologyA clinical cardiologist annals and thrillthe disorder that alter the cardiovascular system,which hold the heart and the blood vessels. Cardiology congresses 2018 employeesmedications and other non-surgical action to cure and prevent the heartattacks, onal congress of cardiology. Many of the universities andscientist are working on ClinicalCardiology.New matter coronary artery defects andother allied conditions. Cardiology 2018 adds on Cardiovascular Medicine, PercutaneousCoronary Intervention andother Application of CardiacProgenitor Cells and many more to be discussed in internati comprise critical care for the cardiologist,preoperative executives of the cardiac patient for non-cardiac resection, and aMaintenance of Certification (MOC) concourse for American Board of InternalMedicine (ABIM) Recertification.
Track 2-1Percutaneous coronary intervention(PCI)Track 2-2Cardiovascular medicinesTrack 2-3Hypertension for the primary careclinicianTrack 2-4Anatomay of HeartTrack 2-5Inflammatory CardiomyopathyTrack 2-6Application of cardiac progenitorcells Track 3: Interventional CardiologyInterventional cardiology –is the partof cardiology that holds with the definite Cather based techniques to manystructural heart diseases, non-surgical actions for treating cardiovascularinfections. Often, to remove the need for surgery a thin, elastic tube known ascatheter which is used to repair infectious vessels or other heart structuresdiseases. In addition, for an acute myocardial infarction the actionsincludes in interventional cardiology for doing as a best standard of care.
Itinvolves in rejection of clots from coronary arteries and implementation ofstents and balloons from a small hole made in a major artery. Coronaryintervention is usually the dominant procedure for the interventionalcardiologist, which moves to the development of new actions in upcomingdecade in proportional to the population growth. It is seen that interventionalcardiology craves a newly attention in the increase of valyular heart infectionintervention. Track 3-1Coronary StentsTrack 3-2Embolic protectionTrack 3-3Percutaneous valve repairTrack 3-4AngioplastyTrack 3-5Balloon valvuloplastyTrack 3-6Embolic protectionTrack 3-7AtherectomyTrack 3-8Cardiac catheterization Track 4: Cardiac ElectrophysiologyCardiac electrophysiology is the sciencecontract with elucidating, diagnosing, and look upon the electrical activitiesof the heart. This expression is used to characterize studies of such phenomenaby invasive (intracardiac) catheter recording of improvised activity as well asof cardiac responses to programmed electricalstimulation (PES). These applications are performed to assess complicatedarrhythmias, elucidate symptoms, calcutate abnormal electrocardiograms, assessdanger of developing arrhythmias further, and design treatment.
These actionsmainly include therapeutic methods (typically radiofrequency ablation, orcryoablation) in adjoining to diagnostic and prognostic actions. Othertherapeutic modalities employed in this branch contain antiarrhythmic drugtherapy and implantation of pacemakers and automaticimplantable cardioverter-defibrillators (AICD).Track 4-1Catheter ablationTrack 4-2Implantation of cardiac devicesTrack 4-3Electrical conduction system ofthe heartTrack 4-4Electrocardiogram (ECG)Track 4-5Radiofrequency ablation Track 5: EchocardiographyEchocardiography is referred to as cardiacecho produced by the ultrasound waves which in turn create the images of theheart.
This is a type of ultrasound testthat uses high-pitched sound waves that are sent through a device called atransducer. The device receives the echoes of the sound waves as they boundwith the different parts of your heart. These echoes tend to create movingpictures of your heart that can be seen on a video screen. It helps todetect cardiomyopathies,such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, dilated cardiomyopathy, and manyothers.
Track 5-1AngiocardiographyTrack 5-2Cardiac-gated imaging techniquesTrack 5-3Myocardial perfusion imagingTrack 5-4Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging(MRI)Track 5-5Three-dimensional echocardiographyTrack 5-6Transthoracic echocardiography Track 6: Women and Heart DiseaseStudies have been revealed that every 1 outof 3 women in U.S are exposed to a heart disease that is approximately 1 womanper minute. It is also stated that women with diabetes have higher CVDmortality rates than men with diabetes. Women who are all taking g physicalactivity for less than 2 hours are considered to have more risk for coronaryartery disease. Coronary microvasculardisease (MVD) and broken heart syndrome are the two heart diseasesthat affect women more than men. Wherein, MVD is caused due to tiny arteriesand Broken Heart syndrome is caused due toemotional stress leading muscle failure. Go Red for Women is a majorinternational awareness campaign dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis andcontrol of heart disease and stroke in women.Track 6-1Coronary MicroVascular Disease(MVD)Track 6-2Broken Heart SyndromeTrack 6-3Mental stress and depressionTrack 6-4Pregnancy complicationsTrack 6-5Premature ventricular contractionsTrack 6-6Heart disease and strokeprevention in womenTrack 6-7High blood pressure and women Track 7: Pediatric and Geriatric CardiologyPediatric cardiology is the branch of cardiology which involves in the treatment of childhooddisorder includes both the heart and lungs problems.
A person who had receivedextensive training in diagnosing the pediatric cardiopulmonarydisease are called pediatric cardiologist. Pediatric cardiology aims inpreventing both the congenital and acquired human heart diseases in children,infants and adolescents. It offers a new platform to educate the nextgeneration physician in pediatric cardiology. Cardiaccatheterization technique is also involved in pediatric cardiology. Geriatric Cardiology means cardiovascularcare of patients 65 years of age or older. The geriatric population is furtherbroken down into elderly (between ages 75 and 84 years) and very elderly (85years of age or older), with numbers reaching 40 million and 13 million people,respectively.
Vascular disorders such as atherosclerosisand peripheral arterial disease cause significant morbidity and mortality inaged people. Track 7-1Pediatric heart physiologyTrack 7-2Approach to the infant or childwith cardiac murmurTrack 7-3Infant valvular diseaseTrack 7-4Pediatric catheterizationTrack 7-5Clinical manifestationsTrack 7-6Pediatric heart transplantTrack 7-7Pediatric cardiologistsTrack 7-8Cardiovascular care of olderpeopleTrack 7-9Altered pharmacokinetics in agingTrack 7-10Clinical geriatric cardiology Track 8: Diabetes and heartDiabetes Heart Disease (DHD) is defined asthe heart disease which occurs in individuals who are having high level ofcarbohydrates in blood (Diabetes).It has been observed that cardiovascular disease is the leading cause ofmortality for people with diabetes. People with diabetes are tending to havehypertension, abnormal blood lipids and obesity which are all considered asrisk factors for cardiovascular disease. For the past two decades severaladvances in treating heart disease have improved the chances of surviving a heart attack or stroke.
However, the incidence ofdiabetes steadily increases are proportional to the number of new cases ofheart disease and cardiovascular complications. Track 8-1Diabetic cardiomyopathyTrack 8-2Abnormal cholesterol and hightriglyceridesTrack 8-3HypertensionTrack 8-4Pre-diabetesTrack 8-5Types of strokes Track 9: Cardiovascular Diabetology,Obesity and StrokeObesity raises the risk for heart diseaseand stroke. But it harms more than just the heart and blood vessel system.
Itis also a major reason of gallstones, osteoarthritis and respiratory problems.Obesity is closely intertwined with numerous health conditions that underlie cardiovascular disease with high blood pressure,diabetes, and irregular blood cholesterol. In addition, weight increase is afrequent result of heart-damaging lifestyle choices such as deficiency ofexercise and a fat-laden diet. Obesity also can lead to heart failure. This isa serious situation in which your heart can’t pump enough blood to encounteryour body’s needs. Having diabetes or pre diabetes puts one at increased riskfor heart disease and stroke. One can decreased its risk by possession the blood glucose (also called blood sugar), blood pressure, and blood cholesterol close to therecommended target numbers—the levels suggested by diabetes experts for goodhealth.
Stroke and coronary heart disease can be caused by the same problem –atherosclerosis Track 9-1Metabolic Syndrome and IschemicStrokeTrack 9-2Dyslipidemia and risk of StrokeTrack 9-3Diabetic, Metabolic Syndrome andStroke preventionTrack 9-4 Weight and diabetes Track 10: Nuclear cardiologyNuclear cardiology “Non-invasive diagnosingstudies involved in cardiology to analyze myocardial blood flow, to determinethe pumping mechanism of the heart and to visualize the size and location ofheart after the consequences of heart attack or anyheart diseases”. Different Imaging techniques are used in nuclear cardiology toperform the assessment in a heart patient. Among those, the myocardialperfusion imaging is the commonly used one.
Track 10-1Nuclear Medicine ImagingTrack 10-2Myocardial PerfusionImaging/Nuclear stress TestTrack 10-3Single photon emission computedtomography (SPECT)Track 10-4Positron emission tomography(PET)Track 10-5Diagnostic medical imaging Track 11: Geriatric CardiologyGeriatric cardiology or Cardiogeriatrics isthe branch of cardiology that deals with the cardiovascular disorders inelderly people. The field of geriatric cardiology srishti.docxreflectsthe evolving medical approaches tailored to address the needs of the growingpopulation of oldest old with cardiovascular diseases (CVD). Cardiac disorderssuch as coronary heart disease (including myocardial infarction,cardiomyopathy, heart failure, arrhythmias (as atrial fibrillation) and othersare common and are a major cause of mortality in elderly people. Vascular disorders such as atherosclerosis andperipheral arterial disease cause significant morbidity and mortality in agedpeopleTrack 11-1Cardiovascular care of olderpeopleTrack 11-2Altered pharmacokinetics in agingTrack 11-3Demographics of agingTrack 11-4Geriatric medicineTrack 11-5Clinical geriatric cardiology Track 12:Cardiomyopathy & Heart FailureHeart failurecommonly known as chronic heart failure (CHF), occurs due to the inability ofthe heart to pump blood properly in order to meet the body requirements. Commoncauses of heart failure include coronary artery disease,high blood pressure, atrialfibrillation, and Valvular heart disease, excess consumption of alcohol,infection, and cardiomyopathy of an unknown cause.Heart failure is of two types: heart failure due to left ventriculardysfunction and heart failure with normal ejection fraction.
All the cardiologyevents this year will help in networking, B2B partnering between professionalsand academicians working in the field of cardiology.We have handled many successful cardiology events and cardiologyconferences and help to build good relations bringing the researchers andcompanies together. Cardiology conferences, cardiologistmeetings and cardiology events are very important for the common people tobe aware of the most important part of human body. Track 12-1Dilated cardiomyopathyTrack 12-2Hypertrophic cardiomyopathyTrack 12-3Restrictive cardiomyopathyTrack 12-4Arrhythmogenic right ventriculardysplasiaTrack 13: Sports CardiologySports Cardiologyachieves heart screeningsthat detect potentially serious cardiovascular issues in young athletes. Suddencardiac arrest (SCA) is the major reason of death in exercising young athletes,and is most commonly set off by problems as structural heart disorders orelectrical circuitry issues which are not commonly found during routinephysical examinations.
Most of the conditions that cause sudden cardiac deathin young athletes are evaluated by an electrocardiogram (ECGor EKG), a non-invasive test which calculates the electrical activity ofthe heart. Track 13-1Sports and cardiovascular diseaseTrack 13-2Sudden cardiac death in sportsTrack 13-3Improving ECG interpretation inathletesTrack 13-4Accurate diagnosis and treatmentplansTrack 13-5Frequency and causes of SCA inyoung athletesTrack 13-6Cardiovascular assessment Track 14:Cardiac SurgeryCardiovascular surgery is also knownas thoracic surgery which is operated onthe heart or great vessels by cardiac surgeons and it is the field of medicine involved in surgicaltreatment of organs inside the thorax. There are five types of cardiac surgery1) Open heart surgery 2) Modern beating-heartsurgery 3) Heart transplant 4) Coronary artery bypass grafting 5) Minimallyinvasive surgery and surgeries are doneto treat complexity of ischemic heart disease, correct congenital heartdisease, or treat valvular heart disease from various causes includingendocarditis, rheumatic heart disease andatherosclerosis and advancement ofcardiac surgery and cardiopulmonary bypass techniques has greatly reduced themortality rates of these procedures. The surgery requires postoperative care toavoid complications. Laceration care is needed to avoid infection and minimizescarring. Swelling and loss of appetite are common, as mentioned Coronaryartery bypass grafting (CABG) is the most common type of heart surgery.
CABGimproves blood flow to the heart. Track 14-1Open heart surgeryTrack 14-2Artificial heart valve surgeryTrack 14-3Bypass surgeryTrack 14-4Heart transplantTrack 14-5Minimally invasive heart surgeryTrack 14-6Angioplasty or surgery formulti-vessel coronary artery diseaseTrack 14-7Therapeutic and physiologicissues surrounding heart valve surgeryTrack 14-8Mechanical support leftventricular assist devicesTrack 14-9Surgery for IV dysfunctionTrack 14-10Cardiac transplantationTrack 14-11Cardiothoracic surgery Track 15:Cardiac NursingCardiac nursing is a nursing specialty thatdeals with the patients who are suffering from various conditions of thecardiovascular system. Cardiac nurses help to treat conditions such as unstableangina, congestive heart failure, coronary arterydisease, cardiomyopathy, myocardial infarction andcardiac dysrhythmia under the guidance of a cardiologist.
Cardiac nursesperform postoperative care on a surgical unit, cardiacmonitoring, stress test evaluations, vascular monitoring, and healthassessments. Cardiac nurses work in many different environments, including coronary care units (CCU), cardiaccatheterization, operating theatres, intensive care units (ICU), cardiacrehabilitation centers, cardiac surgery wards, clinical research, cardiovascularintensive care units (CVICU), and cardiac medical wards. Track 15-1Cardiovascular nursingTrack 15-2Cardiac assessment nursingTrack 15-3Cardiac surgery nursingTrack 15-4Telemetry careTrack 15-5ElectrophysiologyTrack 15-6Stress test evaluationsTrack 15-7Pediatric cardiac nursing Track 16:Women Heart HealthMen and women are very different when itcomes to matters of the heart, and that’s just as true for matters of hearthealth. While heart disease is on the decline among men, it is continuouslyrising among women.
It’s the number one killer of women over 35 worldwide,accounting for more deaths every year than all cancers combined.Women with diabetes generally have higherCVD mortality rates than men with diabetes. Women engaged in physical activityfor less than an hour per week have 1.48 times the risk of developing coronary heart disease, comparing to the women who domore than three hours of physical activity per week. Go Red for Women is amajor international awareness campaign that is dedicated to the prevention,diagnosis and control of heart disease and stroke inwomen. Track 16-1Heart attack symptoms for womenTrack 16-2Heart disease risk factors forwomenTrack 16-3Prevention, diagnosis &treatment Track 17: Cardiovascular Diseases during PregnancyThe evaluation of individuals with valvularheart disease who are or wish to become pregnant isa problematic issue.
Issues that have to be addressed include the risks in pregnancy to the mother and the increasing fetus by thepresence of maternal valvular heart disease as an intercurrent disease inpregnancy. Common physiological variations during pregnancy require, onaverage, a 50% growth in circulating blood volumethat is supplemented by an increase in cardiac output that usually peaksbetween the mid portion of the second and third trimesters The enlarged cardiacoutput is due to an increase in the stroke size, anda minor increase in heart rate, averaging 10 to 20 beats per minute.Additionally uterine circulation and endogenous hormones cause systemic vascular resistance to reduction and adisproportionately lowering of diastolic blood pressure causes a catholic pulse pressure. Inferior vena cavalobstruction from a gravid uterus in the prone position can result in an abruptdecrease in cardiac preload, which leads to hypotension with weakness and lightheadedness. During labor and delivery cardiac outputrises more in part due to the related anxiety and pain, as well as due touterine reductions which will cause an increase in systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Track 17-1Physiological changes duringpregnancy and puerperiumTrack 17-2Cardiovascular evaluation duringpregnancyTrack 17-3Pregnancy and valvular heartdiseaseTrack 17-4Pregnancy and congenital heartdiseaseTrack 17-5Pregnancy and cardiomyopathyTrack 17-6Coronary artery disease inpregnancy Track 18: HypertensionHypertension is another name for high bloodpressure. It’s a disease that can lead to severe complications and increasesthe risk of heart disease, stroke, and death. Blood pressure can be defined asthe force exerted by the blood against the walls of the blood vessels and thepressure depends on the work being done by the heart and the resistance of the blood vessels.
Medical guidelines define hypertensionas a blood pressure higher than 130 over 80 millimeters of mercury (mmHg),according to guidelines issued by the American Heart Association (AHA) inNovember 2017. Around 85 million people in the United States are suffering fromhigh blood pressure. Hypertension and heart disease are the leading global health concerns. The World Health Organization(WHO) suggests that the growth of the processed food industry has impacted theamount of salt in diets worldwide, and that plays a role in hypertension. Track 18-1Pulmonary hypertensionTrack 18-2Hypertension & heart diseaseTrack 18-3Hypertension risk factorsTrack 18-4Pharmacological treatments forhypertension Track 19: Cardiovascular Risk FactorsThere are many cardiovascular risk factorsassociated with coronary heart disease and stroke.Some risk factors like family history cannot be modified, but other riskfactors such as high blood pressure, can be modified with treatment. Once cannecessarily develop cardiovascular disease if he/she have a riskfactor.
More the risk factors greater the likelihood to have theheart disease, unless one takes action to modify the risk factors and works toprevent them compromising the heart health. Track 19-1Physical inactivity andcardiovascular diseaseTrack 19-2Tobacco and cardiovasculardiseaseTrack 19-3Diet and cardiovascular diseaseTrack 19-4Bad FatsTrack 19-5Blood lipids (fats) as a riskfactor for cardiovascular diseaseTrack 19-6Obesity and cardiovasculardiseaseTrack 19-7Family history and cardiovasculardiseaseTrack 19-8Diabetes as a risk factor forcardiovascular diseaseTrack 19-9Hypertension diagnosis Track 20: Case Reports On CardiologyA case report on Cardiology gives anappropriate convention for all cardiologists by rendering their importantclinical cases of late occurrence. Studying from medical cases providesvaluable experience for clinicians, students and paramedical staff -members.Rare medical reports and conditions discovered through the latest methods ofexamination are energized. Moreover, studying diagnostic methods from medicalcases and the interpretation of symptoms is significant to train and burgeonthe thought processes which are being used in the clinical field.