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Global Summit on Heart Diseases and Therapeutics, will be organized around the theme “Revolutionary Strategies in Diagnosis and Treatment of Heart Diseases”
Heart Diseases 2016 is comprised of 23 tracks and 117 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Heart Diseases 2016.
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Heart disease is a condition that happens when the heart muscle is debilitated. In this condition, the left ventricle, which is the primary heart muscle, is generally extended and widened. This condition can be a consequence of a heart assault or coronary corridor sickness, a narrowing of the conduits. These limited supply routes keep blood from achieving bits of your heart. The debilitated heart muscle represses your heart's capacity to pump blood and can prompt heart disappointment. Side effects of IC incorporate shortness of breath, mid-section agony, and amazing weakness. On the off chance that you have IC side effects, you ought to look for restorative care quickly.
- Track 1-1Cardiac dysrhythmias
- Track 1-2Metabolic Syndrome
- Track 1-3Lifestyle Risk Factors for Heart Disease
- Track 1-4Rheumatic heart disease
- Track 1-5Inflammatory heart disease
- Track 1-6Peripheral arterial disease
- Track 1-7Ischemic Heart Disease
Ischemic Heart Disease, otherwise called Coronary Artery Disease, is a condition that influences the supply of blood to the heart. The veins are limited or hindered because of the statement of cholesterol on their dividers. This diminishes the supply of oxygen and supplements to the heart muscles, which is vital for appropriate working of the heart. This may in the long run result in a part of the heart being all of a sudden denied of its blood supply prompting the demise of that territory of heart tissue, bringing about a heart assault.
- Track 2-1Myocardial Ischemia
- Track 2-2Coronary artery disease
- Track 2-3Acute Coronary Syndromes
- Track 2-4Angina
Cardiovascular recovery is an expansive exertion that expects to repair irreversibly harmed heart tissue with front line science, including immature microorganism and sans cell treatment. Reparative devices have been designed to reestablish harmed heart tissue and capacity utilizing the body's normal capacity to recover. Cooperating, patients and suppliers are finding regenerative arrangements that reestablish, restore and reuse patients' own reparative limit.
- Track 3-1Stem Cell Therapy of Cardiac Regeneration
- Track 3-2Cardiac Repair and Regeneration
- Track 3-3Cell Therapy for Heart Regeneration
- Track 3-4Regenerative Medicine for Heart
High blood pressure of unknown origin (primary hypertension) or caused by (secondary hypertension) certain specific diseases or infections, such as tumor in the adrenal glands, damage to or disease of the kidneys or their blood vessels. High blood pressure may overburden the heart and blood vessels and cause disease.
- Track 4-1Aneurysm
- Track 4-2Atherosclerosis
- Track 4-3High blood pressure(Hypertension)
- Track 4-4Peripheral arterial disease
The term "diabetic heart disease" (DHD) refers to heart disease that develops in people who have diabetes. Compared with people who don't have diabetes, people who have diabetes: are at higher risk for heart disease, have additional causes of heart disease, may develop heart disease at a younger age and may have more severe heart disease. DHD may include coronary heart disease (CHD), heart failure, and diabetic cardiomyopathy .
- Track 5-1Diabetic cardiac autonomic neuropathy
- Track 5-2Diabetic Cardiomyopathy
- Track 5-3Heart disease and Stroke
Heart failure is a condition in which your heart can't pump enough blood to meet your body's needs. The term “heart failure” doesn't mean that your heart has stopped or is about to stop working. However, heart failure is a serious condition that requires medical care.If you have heart failure, you may tire easily and have to limit your activities. CHD can lead to heart failure by weakening the heart muscle over time.
- Track 6-1Congestive heart failure
- Track 6-2Left heart failure
- Track 6-3Sudden Cardiac Arrest
- Track 6-4Myocardial Infraction and Repair
- Track 6-5Heart failure management
Cardiac Imaging refers to a combination of methods that can be used to obtain images related to the structure and function of the heart. As opposed to invasive techniques, which require catheters to be inserted into the heart, noninvasive tests are easier to perform, are safe, and can be used to detect various heart conditions, ranging from plaque in the arteries that supply the heart muscle (known as coronary artery disease) to abnormalities that impair the ability of the heart to pump blood.
- Track 7-1Echocardiography
- Track 7-2Positron Emission Tomography
- Track 7-3Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Obesity is a major contributor to the prevalence of cardiovascular disease in the developed world, and same level of attention as other risk factors of coronary artery disease. It is a chronic metabolic disorder associated with cardiovascular disease and increased morbidity and mortality. It implicates a corresponding increase in the number of individuals afflicted with the metabolic syndrome, which defines the obese patient as being "at risk.", by modifying lipids, decreasing blood pressure, and decreasing levels of glycaemia, proinflammatory cytokines, and adhesion molecules, weight loss may prevent the progression of atherosclerosis or the occurrence of acute coronary syndrome events in the obese high-risk population.
- Track 8-1Obesity and Heart Failure
- Track 8-2Atrial fibrillation
- Track 8-3Ischaemic Heart Disease
- Track 8-4Obstructive Sleep Apnea
- Track 8-5Systolic and diastolic dysfunction
- Track 8-6Dyslipidaemia
Cardiac strokes occur as a result of an obstruction within a blood vessel supplying blood to the brain. The underlying condition for this type of obstruction is the development of fatty deposits lining the vessel walls. This condition is called atherosclerosis. These fatty deposits can cause two types of obstruction: Cerebral thrombosis and Cerebral embolis.
- Track 9-1Insights of cardiac stroke
- Track 9-2Transient Ischaemic Attack
- Track 9-3Haemorrhagic Strokes
- Track 9-4Catheter based therapy
Cardiac nursing is a nursing specialty that works with patients who suffer from various conditions of the cardiovascular system.
Cardiac, or cardiovascular, nurses are often specialized advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who work alongside cardiologists and other healthcare providers to provide comprehensive cardiovascular care for patients with acute and chronic heart maladies. Advanced practice registered nurses sub-specializing in cardiology practice under primary specializations as clinical nurse specialists and nurse practitioners, often holding multiple specialty certifications specific to patient population or other sub-specializations such as acute care.
- Track 10-1Advanced Pathophysiology and Pharmacology
- Track 10-2Nursing Management of Cardiac Patients in Acute Care
- Track 10-3Nursing Management of Cardiac Patients in Critical Care
- Track 10-4Advances in Cardiac Nursing
Neurocardiology alludes to the pathophysiological interchanges of the apprehensive and cardiovascular frameworks. It is a rising field in pharmaceutical in the course of the most recent decade. The steady correspondence between the heart and the cerebrum have demonstrated priceless to interdisciplinary fields of neurological and cardiovascular ailments.
Cardiac arrhythmia is a problem with the rate or rhythm of your heartbeat. It means that your heart beats too quickly, too slowly, or with an irregular pattern. When the heart beats faster than normal, it is called tachycardia. When the heart beats too slowly, it is called bradycardia. The most common type of arrhythmia is atrial fibrillation, which causes an irregular and fast heartbeat. Many factors can affect your heart's rhythm, such as having had a heart attack, smoking, congenital heart defects, and stress.
- Track 12-1Arrhythmia Death Syndrome (SADS)
- Track 12-2Genetic Arrhythmia
- Track 12-3Innovatory Tools in Arrhythmia
A diagnosis of heart disease often begins with a primary care physician, who refers his or her patient to a cardiologist. If the patient has a condition that requires surgery, that is called as cardiac surgery. Before, during, and after heart surgery, patients remain under the care of their cardiologist.
- Track 13-1Angioplasty in cardiac repair
- Track 13-2Cardiomyoplasty
- Track 13-3Bypass surgery
- Track 13-4Atherectomy
- Track 13-5Artificial heart valve surgery
- Track 13-6Transmyocardial revascularization (TMR)
Intracerebral hemorrhage occurs when a diseased blood vessel within the brain bursts, allowing blood to leak inside the brain. (The name means within the cerebrum or brain). The sudden increase in pressure within the brain can cause damage to the brain cells surrounding the blood. If the amount of blood increases rapidly, the sudden buildup in pressure can lead to unconsciousness or death. Intracerebral hemorrhage usually occurs in selected parts of the brain, including the basal ganglia, cerebellum, brain stem, or cortex. An intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) account for only 15% of all strokes but it is one of the most disabling forms of stroke. Greater than one third of patients with intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) will not survive and only twenty percent of patients will regain functional independence. This high rate of morbidity and mortality has prompted investigations for new medical and surgical therapies for intracerebral hemorrhage.
- Track 14-1Intracranial hemorrhage
- Track 14-2Heamato enlargement
- Track 14-3Spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage
- Track 14-4Trauma
- Track 14-5Haemorrhagic transformation of an ischaemic infract
Cardiac tumors may be primary or secondary, may be related to the heart muscle or pericardium, or may be direct extensions of primary tumors or metastases from adjacent structures.In general, primary cardiac tumors are of mesothelial or epithelial origin. Tumors include myxomas, fibromas, lipomas, rhabdomyomas, plasma cell granulomas, sarcomas, lymphomas, thymomas, hemangiopericytomas, fibroelastomas, angiomas, hemangiomas, angiomyolipomas/hamartomas, lymphangiomas, and mycosis fungoides.
- Track 15-1Cardiac Angiosarcoma
- Track 15-2Pulmonary Artery Sarcoma
- Track 15-3Cardiac Metastases
- Track 15-4Cardiac Lymphoma
An aneurysm is an abnormal widening or ballooning of a part of an artery due to weakness in the wall of the blood vessel. It is not clear exactly what causes aneurysms. Some aneurysms are present at birth (congenital). Defects in some parts of the artery wall may be a cause. High blood pressure is thought to play a role in abdominal aortic aneurysms. Atherosclerotic disease (cholesterol buildup in arteries) may also lead to the formation of some aneurysms. Aneurysms can form in any section of the aorta, but they are most common in the belly area. They can also happen in the upper body. Thoracic aortic aneurysms are also known as ascending or descending aortic aneurysms.
- Track 16-1Aortic aneurysms
- Track 16-2Ventricular aneurysms
- Track 16-3Coronary artery aneurysms
- Track 16-4Familial thoracic aortic aneurysms
- Track 16-5Advanced Diagnosis and Treatment of aneurysm
- Track 16-6Genetics of aneurysm
Heart disease symptoms may differ for men and women, according to the Mayo Clinic. Men are more likely to have chest pain, while women are more likely to have shortness of breath, nausea and extreme fatigue. A number of factors play a role in heart disease risk. Some include family history and age (if your relatives have heart disease or you are older, your risk goes up), but others you have more control over. Much of the advice to avoid heart disease is the same health advice given for other conditions: stop smoking, exercise and eat a diet that is low in cholesterol and salt — cholesterol being the source of blockage and salt contributing to higher blood pressure. Other things to avoid in the diet include saturated fats, which typically come from animal fats and oils, and trans fats, which occur in vegetable oil, but have largely been removed from the marketplace because of consumer demand.
- Track 17-1Electrocardiogram
- Track 17-2Stress Test
- Track 17-3CT scan
- Track 17-4Cardiac catheterization
- Track 17-5Coronary angiogram
- Track 17-6Heart MRI
- Track 17-7Cardiac Critical Care
Clinical research efforts in acute coronary syndromes provide a useful model for examining large, multicenter effectiveness trials in an acute, life-threatening disease. Robert Califf, Vice Chancellor for Clinical Research and Director of the Duke Translational Medicine Institute, reflected on the notable successes of the ACS field in translating basic science into early clinical trials, and then into definitive trials that evaluate outcomes related to key clinical questions.
- Track 18-1Angiogenic treatment modalities
- Track 18-2Stem cell therapies
- Track 18-3Protein therapies
- Track 18-4Endothelial progenitor cells
- Track 18-5Myeloperoxidase (Biomarker)
A pediatric cardiologist is a pediatrician who has received extensive training in diagnosing and treating children's cardiac problems. Evaluation and treatment may begin with the fetus since heart problems can now be detected before birth.
When a pediatrician suspects a heart problem, he or she may ask a pediatric cardiologist to investigate further.Common causes for a referral to the pediatric cardiologist include heart murmurs, chest pain, dizzy spell(s) or palpitations. Initial evaluations may result in the patient and his/her parents being reassured that there is nothing to worry about.
A pediatric cardiologist is trained to perform and interpret procedures such as electrocardiograms, echocardiograms and exercise tests. In cases of more significant heart disease, a pediatric cardiologist may perform a cardiac catheterization in order to diagnose or treat the child's heart problem. If the child needs to be hospitalized, the pediatric cardiologist and pediatric cardiac surgeon work together in planning cardiac surgery, when needed. However, in all cases the pediatric cardiologist is there, every step of the way.
- Track 19-1Pediatric Cardiology and Genetics
- Track 19-2Pediatric Heart Catheterization
- Track 19-3Preventive Cardiology
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The eventual fate of cardiology rests in the hands and psyches of cardiovascular learners and partnership programs. Instruction and preparing is quickly changing, and the worldview of "see one, do one, show one" has now been supplanted by formal appraisals of competency, the joining of practice change and frameworks based practice, and an attention on obligation hours. To stay aware of the growing information and science in cardiovascular medication, the cardiology group needs to see new instructive activities and plan pathways to instruct, coach, and teach learners to wind up capable cardiovascular pros.
The new and fast-growing area of cardiovascular medicine that aims to apply molecular biology techniques for the mechanistic investigation, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. As an emerging discipline, it has changed conceptual thinking of cardiovascular development, disease etiology and pathophysiology Advances in Cardiovascular Imaging reviews clinically relevant information regarding heart failure and arrhythmias as well as ischemic, structural and valvular heart disease.
Cardiology is a branch of medicine dealing with disorders of the heart. Heart is an important muscular organ in humans and other animals, pumps blood through the blood vessels of the circulatory system. The drugs that are used to treat other disorders in body, show a great impact on heart causing various side effects. Hence case reports on cardiac arrest and diseases have a great value and help in advancing and development of treatment strategies.