Cardiology World Conference 2019 driven by the theme “Advances in Cardiology: Research and Innovations” has been designed to minimize the Mortality rate occurred by cardiac diseases, while maximizing the depth of true peer-to-peer discussions.
CWC 2019 is one of the leading cardiology conferences, which discusses the current innovations & technology trends in Cardiac Surgery, Cardiac Care, Cardio-Oncology, Cardiovascular Nursing and Interventional Cardiology. The event takes place on October 24-25, 2019 at Radisson Hotel Narita, Tokyo, Japan featuring the world class speakers presenting case studies in their work through enlightening keynotes, oral and poster presentations, interactive networking activities and workshops.
The main goal of CWC 2019 is to advance the cardiology research and innovations and to promote its objectives. It contributes significantly to the scientific development of cardiology and evolves subspecialty that incorporates on-going research in the clinical application. This cardiology conference is an unique platform for promoting & improving results, and advancing cardiology in its dynamic field.
Title : Oral pathogens, CVD and home oral care: Critical links in the prevention of heart disease
James L Ratcliff, Rowpar Pharmaceuticals, United States
Title : Coronary artery spasm: Pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment
John Horowitz , University of Adelaide, Australia
Title : Biomarkers guided therapy for risk stratification and prognostication of patients treated for acute coronary syndrome
Marija Vavlukis, Saints Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje, Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of
Title : TGF-B signaling in smooth muscle differentiation and vascular remodeling
Shiyou Chen , University of Georgia, United States
Title : Recanalization of the Superior Vena Cava and its tributaries in patients requiring Chronic Venous Access or Pacemaker insertion, techniques, tips, and safety
Stephen Kee, UCLA Health, United States
Title : Time to revisit TIMIng in Primary PCI for STEMI
Richard Lim, The University of Queensland, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Australia