The preventive cardiology has started to treat the spectrum of coronary disease risk factors and coronary artery disease through the assessment of individual risk and early initiation of interventions to prevent, delay or modify the development of clinical atherosclerosis which will be primary and also after the manifestation of symptomatic coronary artery disease. The main aim of Preventive Cardiology is to identify people with high risk of developing cardiac disease.
Prevention of cardiovascular disease achieve by doing regular exercise, by healthy dieting, by avoiding tobacco smoking, excessive alcohol and by maintaining of an optimal blood pressure and normal LDL-cholesterol and glucose levels.
Title : Should we continue to prescribe aspirin for patients with coronary artery disease?
Yochai Birnbaum, Baylor College of Medicine, United States
Title : Assessment of strain imaging in the prediction of early cancer therapy-related cardiac dysfunction (CTRCD) troponin and its correlation with serum biomaker (TROPONIN-I)
Dhulipalla Dharma Teja, MBBS, MD, DM Cardiology, India
Title : Optimizing nutrition for infants with congenital heart disease
Kate Tauber, Albany Medical Center, United States
Title : Between the brain and the heart: Effects of reward system activation on the recovery process following myocardial infarction
Hedva Haykin, Technion- Institute of Technology, Israel
Title : Role of intracoronary adenosine in prevention of no reflow guided by MVO by CMR
Ahmed Ibrahim Hatata , Ain Shams University , Egypt
Title : Sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 inhibitors and health-related quality of life outcomes in all types of heart failure: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Billy Joseph David, St. Luke’s Medical Center, Philippines