Conference Series invites all the participants across the globe to attend “3rd International Conference on Cardiovascular Imaging” during December 08-09, 2022 Rome, Italy. This event will bring together world-class professors, scientists and cardiologists to discuss Clinical Cardiology, Cardiac & Cardiovascular Research, Cardiovascular Diseases, Innovations in Cardiac Imaging/Multimodality Imaging, Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy, Cardiovascular Nursing, Public Healthcare & Management, Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, Stem Cell Research on Cardiology, Pediatric And Fetal Cardiology, Geriatric cardiology, Interventional Cardiology, Cardiac Medications and Devices, Women and Cardiac Arrhythmia, Preventive Cardiology & Rehabilitation, Clinical Case Reports on Cardiology, Cardio-Oncology, Hypertension & Stroke, Obesity and Heart, Sports Cardiology, Veterinary Cardiovascular. The conference will be organized with the theme of "Innovative Solutions Adopted in the fields of Cardiac Imaging for Practical Challenges Encountered”.
This conference aims to provide an opportunity to share knowledge, expertise along with unparalleled networking opportunities between a large number of medical professionals like Directors, Heads, Deans, Professors, Scientists, Researchers, Cardiologists, Founders and Employees of the related companies, Associations, Organizations, Laboratory members and Young researchers working in the field of Cardiac imaging, nuclear cardiology & echocardiography treatment. This conference mainly focuses on spreading the awareness about challenges in this fields and how to prevent and manage the techniques of Cardiac Imaging.
Conference Series Organizes 300+ conferences, 500+workshops and 200+symposiums on Clinical, Medicine, Pharma, cardiology diagnosis workshops, cardiac nursing conferences, cardiac conferences and Science & Technology every year across USA, Europe, Asia, Middle East, Australia and UK with support from 1000 more scientific societies and Publishes 500 open access journals which contains over 30000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members.
Why to attend?
Encounter the target market with members from across the globe, committed to learn about cardiac imaging techniques. This is the best opportunity to outreach the largest gathering of participants from around the world. Conduct presentations, distribute and update knowledge about the current situation of cardiac imaging, nuclear cardiology & echocardiography technique and receive name recognition at this 3-days event. World-eminent speakers, most recent researches, latest treatment techniques and the advanced updates in Nuclear Cardiology are the principal features of this conference.
Our Organization would be privileged to welcome the:
Directors of Cardiac Imaging, Nuclear Cardiology & Echocardiography or related Programs or Associations
Heads, Deans and Professors of Cardiac Imaging ,Nuclear Cardiology & Echocardiography or Cardiology and related departments
Scientists and Researchers
Founders and Employees of the related companies
Cardiac Imaging, Nuclear Cardiology & Echocardiography Associations and Organizations
Laboratory members and Students working in the field of Cardiac Imaging.
Cardiology is the study of heart diseases and disorders such coronary artery disease and congestive heart failure. Congenital heart defects, coronary artery disease, heart failure, valvular heart disease, and electrophysiology are all included in this field. Your cardiovascular system is made up of your heart and circulatory system. The heart acts as a pump, pushing blood to your body's organs, tissues, and cells. Every cell receives oxygen and nutrients from blood, which also eliminates carbon dioxide and waste materials produced by those cells.
The goal of Cardiovascular Research is to learn about cardiovascular disorders' basic, translational, and clinical research. Cardiovascular diseases, which include congestive heart failure, hypertension, atherosclerosis, stroke, aneurysms, and vascular auto-immune diseases, are the leading cause of death and disability in the United States, accounting for roughly 30% of all deaths and health-care costs in developed countries. Cardiovascular Research's mission is to support interdisciplinary research in cardiovascular development, function, pathophysiology, pharmacology, genetics, genomics, and proteomics, as well as to apply this knowledge to better understand the causes of cardiovascular diseases and to pioneer the development of new innovative therapies and approaches to prevent or treat them.
The problems of the heart and blood vessels caused by the build-up or buildup of fatty deposits on the inner walls of the blood arteries that supply the heart or brain are known as cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) or heart diseases. Heart attacks and strokes are frequently sudden occurrences caused by a blockage that prevents blood from reaching the heart or the brain. Strokes can also be triggered by a blood clot or bleeding from a blood artery in the brain. Angina and myocardial infarction (often known as a heart attack, Heart disease, or cardiovascular disease) are examples of coronary artery disorders (CAD).
The study of the process of innovation in the cardiovascular field is a fantastic opportunity. A variety of technical improvements in diagnosis and therapy, particularly in the last 20 years, have profoundly altered clinical practise. Cardiology is currently attracting top medical school graduates, and as the field has gotten more interventional, many of these new skills have spread from tertiary medical centres to the community. These advancements have contributed to observed reductions in heart disease death rates as well as improved quality of life. There are a variety of approaches for creating heart pictures that provide useful information for diagnosis, patient assessment, and therapeutic intervention.
Clinical cardiovascular pharmacology is the subject of Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy. It also attempts to improve the pharmacological treatment of cardiovascular disease patients by evaluating and incorporating recent scientific advancements in this field. Cardiac pharmacology is concerned with cardiac patients and the various medications used in cardiovascular treatments.
Cardiovascular Nursing is a nursing specialty that deals with patients who are suffering from the consequences of various cardiovascular conditions. Under the supervision of a cardiologist, cardiovascular nursing can treat cardiomyopathy, congestive heart failure, cardiac dysrhythmia, myocardial localised necrosis, and coronary artery disease. Cardiovascular Nursing is responsible for postoperative care in a surgical unit, including heart checks, well-being assessments, vascular monitoring, and stress test evaluations. Electrocardiogram checking, defibrillation, and prescription arrangement through regular intravenous dribbling are all skills that cardiovascular attendants must have.
According to the National Family Health Survey-3, the private medical section remains the primary source of health care for 70 percent of urban families and 63 percent of rural families. The sections on public and private healthcare differ significantly between states. The majority of public healthcare sites are located in rural areas, and the poor quality results from skilled healthcare providers' aversion to visiting remote areas. As a result, the majority of public healthcare areas in rural and isolated locations rely on inexperienced and uninterested interns who are required to spend time in public healthcare facilities or clinics as part of their curricular requirements. Other significant factors include the public sector's remote location, excessive wait times, and inconvenient operating hours.
The study of molecular mechanisms in cardiovascular biology is known as Molecular and Cellular Cardiology. It aims on identifying and researching novel pathways that regulate cardiac hypertrophy, ageing, and metabolic disorders, with a particular focus on translating bench discoveries into new bedside treatments and techniques. It incorporates techniques like as genomics, stem cell biology, molecular biology, gene therapy, transgenic models, and parabiosis, as well as approaches cardiovascular problems pertinent to human diseases to generate answers that are validated by in vivo investigations.
Stem cell research has the potential to change cardiac disease therapy. After a cardiac attack, the heart's ability to recover damaged tissue is limited. Current pharmacological therapy reduce the progression of heart failure but do not cure it, and heart transplants are only available to a small number of people. Cardiac stem cells have the ability to differentiate into all of the heart's cells, including heart muscle, smooth muscle, and endothelial cells. Both embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells, mature cells that have been coaxed back to a stem cell state and can be used to make new heart cells, have been successfully used to create new heart cells. The scientific team developed the technology to manufacture immature heart cells, however their research found that only a small percentage of heart cells derived from stem cells integrate into regular heart tissue as mature heart cells.
Paediatric and Foetal Cardiology is a specialty of medicine that focuses on the treatment of cardiac disorders in children who are still in the womb, growing, and developing. The division is engaged in studies to prevent both congenital and acquired cardiac disease in children. Finally, the division is dedicated to educate the future generation of physicians by providing comprehensive paediatric cardiology training. Arrhythmias (variations in heartbeat rhythm), congenital heart disorders (existing at birth), and circulatory function impairments are all treated by paediatric cardiologists in order to provide comprehensive patient care.
Geriatric cardiology is a branch of cardiology and geriatric medicine that deals with cardiovascular problems in the elderly. Coronary heart disease (including myocardial infarction, heart failure, cardiomyopathy, arrhythmias (such as atrial fibrillation), and other cardiac illnesses are frequent in the elderly and are a leading cause of death. In the elderly, vascular diseases such atherosclerosis and peripheral artery disease cause major morbidity and mortality.
Cardiology and rehabilitation have one purpose in mind: to keep patients safe from heart attacks, strokes, and peripheral vascular disease. In most European countries, cardiovascular illnesses remain the primary cause of mortality and disability. Secondary prevention has become a standard of care; however the majority of patients do not meet the guidelines, putting them at risk for disease progression, recurrent episodes, and heart failure. When various initiatives, such as preventive cardiology and cardiac rehabilitation programmes, are actualized and adjusted to therapeutic and social settings, they can potentially result in a better quality of life, improved risk factor control, and adherence to cardio protective medicine.
Interventional cardiology is a discipline of cardiology that deals with specialised Cather-based treatments for various structural heart abnormalities, as well as non-surgical approaches for treating cardiovascular disorders. A small, flexible tube called a catheter is frequently used to repair damaged arteries or other heart structural disorders to eliminate the need for surgery. It entails removing clogs from coronary arteries and inserting stents and balloons through a tiny hole drilled into a main artery. Coronary intervention will continue to be the most common operation performed by interventional cardiologists, resulting in the development of new techniques proportional to population growth in the future decade.
There are many different types and combinations of medications that can be used to treat coronary artery disease (CAD), and the doctor will choose the optimal one for you. Cardiac devices restore or maintain an adequate rhythm and rate to meet metabolic requirements. Implantable cardiac devices are an important part of the treatment and prevention of heart disorders and sudden cardiac death. Pacemakers (PMs), implanted cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs), and cardiac resynchronization treatment (CRT) are examples of devices (CRT). Some medications can cause these devices to malfunction, while others can prevent them from delivering unwanted shocks.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women, accounting for one in every three fatalities each year. This equates to about one lady every minute. There are a few myths regarding heart disease in women that could put you at danger. Women are also at risk for other types of heart disease, such as coronary microvascular disease (MVD) and shattered heart syndrome. A problem with the pace or rhythm of the heartbeat is known as arrhythmia. The heart might beat excessively fast, too slow, or in an irregular rhythm during an arrhythmia. Tachycardia is a condition in which the heartbeat is excessively fast, while bradycardia is a condition in which the heartbeat is too slow.
Track 16: Clinical Case Reports on Cardiology
It contains case reports on hypertension, arrhythmia, congestive heart failure, valvular heart disease, vascular disease, congenital heart disease, and cardiomyopathy, as well as providing an appropriate convention for all cardiologists by rendering important clinical cases that have occurred late in life. Clinicians, students, and paramedical staff members gain significant experience through studying medical cases. Rare medical reports and disorders identified using cutting-edge examination technologies are energised. Furthermore, researching diagnostic methods from medical situations and the interpretation of symptoms is important for training and burgeoning the clinical mental processes.
In many regions of the world, cancer and cardiovascular disease are the major causes of death. Both disorders can arise in the same patient for a variety of reasons. Age, tobacco use, and obesity are all risk factors for coronary artery disease (CAD) and cancer. Other factors could include the long-term effects of radio- and chemotherapy in cancer survivors. These treatments have a direct effect on the heart, necessitating surgical intervention in some situations. Long-term follow-up following a coronary artery bypass transplant might also result in malignancy (CABG). With better diagnostic facilities, it is also easier to diagnose heart problems and cancer that may be treated.
Hypertension is a long-term medical disorder characterised by chronically high blood pressure in the arteries. High blood pressure is another name for it (HBP). High blood pressure is a common condition in which the blood's long-term force against your artery walls is high enough to create health issues such as heart disease. The most major recognised risk factor for stroke is high blood pressure (hypertension). Blood vessel walls can be damaged by high blood pressure, which can lead to a stroke. High blood pressure can be managed through good lifestyle behaviours such as exercise and the DASH diet, as well as the use of medications if necessary. People with hypertension are four to six times more likely to have a stroke because blood supply to one part of the brain is cut off.
Obesity is defined as having a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or greater. Obesity is a term used to describe somebody who is significantly overweight or obese compared to their ideal healthy weight. Obesity raises the risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke. However, it causes damage to more than only the heart and blood vessels. Gallstones, osteoarthritis, and respiratory issues are all common side effects. Obesity is linked to a number of health issues that contribute to cardiovascular disease, including high blood pressure, diabetes, and abnormal cholesterol levels. Obesity can potentially cause heart failure. Your heart can't pump enough blood to fulfil your body's needs, which is a dangerous problem.
Sports Cardiology will give you firsthand experience with cardiovascular evaluation of elite athletes, cardiac screening of athletes, managing athletes with heart disease, cardiac rehabilitation, and emergency response planning in sporting environments. An electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), a non-invasive test that assesses the electrical activity of the heart, is used to analyse the majority of the diseases that cause sudden cardiac death in young athletes. Athletes who have been diagnosed with or are at risk for cardiovascular disease have specific aims and objectives in mind. They want to keep doing their sport while remaining extremely safe. The Sports Cardiology Center's major mission is to assist every athlete, from professional athletes to recreational exercisers to weekend warriors, in achieving their goals.