Track 1: Artificial Intelligence in Cardiac Imaging
Machine learning (ML), a subset of artificial intelligence, shows promising results in cardiology, especially in cardiac Imaging. ML algorithms allow cardiologists to explore new possibilities and make detection less obvious. This provides new opportunities to improve patient care and open new doors for medical decision-making. This review highlights the role of Machine learning in cardiac imaging for the accuracy of phenotyping and predicting heart failure.
Track 2: Cardiac Stress Testing
The Cardiac Stress test (also called cardiopulmonary resuscitation test, cardiopulmonary exercise test, or abbreviated CPX test) is a cardiac test that measures the ability of the heart to respond to external stress in a controlled clinical setting. The stress response is due to exercise or rehabilitation.
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation compares the circulation of blood when a patient is at rest with the circulation of the same patient during cardiac activity, showing any abnormal blood flow to the myocardium (heart muscle). The results can be interpreted as indicating the general physical condition of the patient being tested. These tests can be used to diagnose coronary artery disease (also known as ischemic heart disease) and to evaluate a patient's prognosis after myocardial infarction (heart attack).
Track 3: Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging(MRI)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive test used in radiology. This uses the magnetic field and the radiofrequency waves to investigate body composition and health to create detailed images of organs and structures. It is used to check your heart and blood vessels, and to diagnose heart problems such as heart disease, heart valve problems, pericarditis, heart tissue, and brain areas damaged by stroke. Magnetic resonance imaging is sometimes called nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) imaging. This method is widely used in hospitals to obtain medical diagnostics, diagnostic tests and external effects without exposure to ionizing radiation.
Track 4: Echocardiography
Echocardiography is an important tool for diagnosing abnormal wall movements in patients with suspected heart disease. It is a tool that helps in the early diagnosis of myocardial infarction indicating regional wall movements of the heart. Also, by examining the fraction of secretions, it is important in the treatment and follow-up of patients with heart failure.
Track 5: Cardiac Disorder
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a condition that affects the heart or blood vessels. Cardiovascular disease includes coronary artery disease (CAD) such as angina and myocardial infarction (commonly known as heart attack). This is due to fatty deposits in the arteries, commonly known as atherosclerosis, which increase the risk of blood clots. This leads to damage to arteries in organs such as the brain, heart, kidneys and eyes. Cardiovascular disease results in high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus, lack of exercise, obesity, high blood cholesterol, poor diet, smoking and alcohol consumption.
Track 6: Cardiac Pharmacotherapy
Cardiac pharmacotherapy plays a major role in the management of cardiovascular disease. Drug treatment leads to lifelong interventions in various cardiovascular conditions and increases life expectancy levels, leading to its role in increasing other debilitating symptoms. Various heart agents are available to treat a variety of heart conditions. There are about 6 organizations and 50 communities and universities that work on heart drugs. Of these, the main association of cardiology medical staff is the U.S. Cardiovascular drugs are available on the market that include cardiac glycosides, anticoagulants, antiarrhythmic agents, antigenic agents and antihypertensive agents.
Track 7: Cardiac Medication and Devices
Medication is a drug that is used to diagnose, treat, treat or prevent a disease. If you have had a heart attack, you will probably need a prescription medication for the rest of your life. Many types and combinations of drugs are used to treat heart problems. They are Benazepri (Lotnesin), Captopril (Capoten), Enalapril (Vasotech), Fosinopril (Monopril), Lisinopril (Prenivil, zestril), Moxapril (Univask), and Perindopril (Aceon). Cardiac devices are the mainstay in dealing with cardiac diseases and preventing sudden cardiac death. There are many types of these devices.
Track 8: Cardio-Oncology
Cardio-oncology is a condition of the heart in patients treated for cancer. Cardiologists assume that patients are treated for certain types of cancer drugs or other radiation in the chest condition for a potential risk of developing a heart condition. Cardiologists also help chiropractors in patients during treatment by closely monitoring the condition of the heart and recognizing the difficulty of heart disease in treatment.
Track 9: Sports Cardiology
Sports cardiology is a new field that involves the care of athletes and active people with cardiovascular conditions known or previously unknown. It contains many aspects of heart disease such as cardiovascular imaging, electrophysiology, structured heart disease and exercise. As such, the general cardiovascular system should include physicians with specialized experience in these areas. The cardiovascular team should add people with experience in children’s heart, especially congenital heart disease and genetics, cardiologists, electrophysiologists, heart failure specialists and exercise specialists. Those experts should come together to conduct a thorough evaluation of the athletes' recommendations. The cardiovascular team will help make informed decisions to allow athletes to participate in sport safely and appropriately.
Track 10: Nuclear Cardiology
Nuclear Cardiology is a non-invasive method of studying heart disease using nuclear imagination. These exercises are usually done while exercising. Nuclear medicine is the use of small amounts of radiation and is referred to as radiotracers that are usually injected into the bloodstream, inhaled or swallowed. The radiotracer travels to the test site and empowers the form of gamma rays received by a special camera and computer to create images of your body. Nuclear medicine imaging provides unique details that are often undetectable by other thought processes and provides the ability to identify diseases in its early stages, myocardial perfusion imaging is the most widely used in Nuclear Cardiology.
Track 11: Interventional Cardiology
Cardiology intervention is a branch of cardiology that specializes in catheter-based treatment of systemic heart disease. After the development of angioplasty by radiologist Charles Daughter, Andres Gruentizing has been named as the father of intervention cardiology. Many procedures can be performed on the heart through catheterization. This usually involves inserting a spinal cord into a woman's artery (but, in fact, no large artery or artery) and including the heart under X-ray (usually fluoroscopy).
Track 12: Cardiac Rehabilitation
Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as "the amount of Activities and interventions needed to ensure optimal physical, mental and social conditions for patients with chronic or post-cardiovascular disease, to maintain or re-establish their proper social status and live active lives". CR is a complete model of basic care components, including systematic exercise, patient education, psychological counseling, risk reduction, and behavioral change, with the aim of improving the patient's quality of life, helping to reduce the risk of future heart problems.
Track 13: Pediatric Cardiology
The Department of Pediatric Cardiology is responsible for diagnosing congenital heart defects, performing diagnostic procedures such as echocardiograms, cardiac catheterization, and electrophysiology studies, and for the ongoing management of heart disease sequels in infants, children, and adolescents. Various diseases of the heart include myocarditis, Kawasaki disease is a rare childhood disease that affects the blood vessels. There are also other pericardial diseases that can present as clinically acute pericarditis, pericardial fusion, cardiac tamponade, and constructive pericarditis. Infectious endocarditis is a type of endocarditis. It is an inflammation of the internal tissues of the heart. This is the main inflammatory defect for the Baby's Heart.
Track 14: Diagnostic test in Cardiology
Diagnostic cardiology is defined as tests that are performed to check the condition of the heart. If a person suffers from cardiovascular disease, the severity of the disease. They perform various diagnostic tests for cardiovascular diseases such as electrocardiograph test, invasive test, laboratory test, autoimmune reflex test etc.
Track 15: Cardio Geriatrics
Geriatric cardiology is a department of cardiology and geriatric medicine that works with cardiovascular disorders in the elderly. Heart disease, such as heart disease, myocardial infarction, heart failure, cardiomyopathy, and arrhythmias such as atrial fibrillation, are common and the leading cause of death in the elderly. Vascular disorders such as atherosclerosis and peripheral arterial disease express morbidity and mortality in the elderly.
Track 16: Congenital Heart Defect
The cause of congenital heart defects is always unknown. Risk factors include certain types of infections during pregnancy such as rubella, use of certain drugs or drugs such as alcohol or tobacco, close parental relationship, or nutritional status or obesity in the mother. Being a parent with a congenital heart defect is also a risk factor. Many genetic conditions are associated with heart defects, including Down syndrome, Turner syndrome, and Marfan syndrome. Congenital heart defects are divided into two main groups: cyanotic heart defects and non-cyanotic heart defects, depending on whether the child is likely to turn blue. Defects may include the inner walls of the heart, heart valves, or large blood vessels that lead to and from the heart.
Track 17: Obesity and Heart
Obesity can alter the structure and function of the heart. It increases your risk of heart disease. The more blood you have in your body the more you gain weight. The heart has to work hard to pump extra blood. It can lead to high blood pressure. Obese individuals need more blood to deliver oxygen and nutrients to their body which causes an increase in blood pressure. Your body needs more pressure to move this blood around. High blood pressure is also a regular cause of heart attack, which is unfortunately more common for obese individuals. It can also change your cholesterol levels. Everyone knows that obesity can cause a spike in bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels, but you know that good high density lipoprotein (HDL) is also important for working to eliminate bad cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease.
Track 18: Clinical Case Report on Cardiology
Cardiology deals with a variety of anomalies related to the heart as well as the circulatory system with scientific studies. The aim of the cardiological study covers the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac disorders, including coronary artery disease,, congenital defects, heart failure, etc. There are two types of cardiologists, especially adult cardiologists, they are adequately trained to treat adults and the other type are pediatric cardiologists, they are trained to treat children. However, both types of physicians acknowledge the immense importance in both clinical and experimental studies, which they publish in the form of case reports. Such case reports provide a detailed understanding of cardiovascular disorders and, thereby, contribute to landmark guidance for other cardiologists, helping to determine safer and safer cardiological treatments.
Track 19: CABG(Coronary artery bypass grafting) Surgery
Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) is a procedure used to correct impaired blood flow to the heart. When the arteries that supply blood to the heart tissue, called coronary arteries, it can constrict or become blocked. This surgery can reduce the risk of major complications for people who have obstructive coronary artery disease, a type of ischemic heart disease. CABG can be used in emergencies as well as in severe heart attacks. CAD is caused by build-up of fatty material in the walls of arteries. This constricts the inside of the arteries, defining the result of oxygenated blood in the heart muscle. Add your doctor cutter section. One end is above the barrier and the other end is below the barrier. The blood bypasses the barrier going through the new artery to reach the heart muscle. This is called coronary artery bypass surgery.
Track 20: Innovations in Cardiac Imaging / Multimodality Imaging
Multimodal imaging or multiplex imaging refers to the simultaneous production of more than one image path signals. For example, one can be identified by spec, MRI and PET using optical, magnetic and radioactive reporters. In addition, multimodal imaging enables the identification of more than one molecule at a time, so that the progress of these events can be tracked in real time.