WELCOME TO CSI AFRICA
Catheter interventions in structural, valvar and congenital heart disease
For 7 years in a row CSI Africa have offered an overview of catheter interventions in congenital, structural and valvar heart disease in children and adults. Discussions during CSI Africa have repeatedly proven the importance of promoting the exchange of experiences, knowledge and the promotion of regular in-depth discussions about the future of cardiovascular interventions in Africa.
The case-based scientific program is aimed at adult and pediatric interventional cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, anesthetists, imaging specialists & colleagues of other disciplines such as nursing staff. Participants will have the chance to gain valuable experience in our hands-on echo training workshops.
The aim of the congress is to provide a platform for physicians from the African continent with an opportunity to network, exchange ideas and learn from each other. A large proportion of the faculty will be local and the scientific program is designed to address issues and topics specific to the African region. Together with renowned industry partners we will discuss the future of cardiovascular interventions within the African continent.
We would be delighted to see you at next CSI Africa.
Horst Sievert, Sir Shakeel A. Qureshi
On behalf of the board of directors
"As always this is a great conference with so much enrichment. Is always a pleasure to participe and be part of the faculty members."
"Amazing symposium with great quality of knowledge."
Roberto Mijangos, Instituto Nacional de Cardiología "Ignacio Chávez"
Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, Mexico
"Very interesting cases, a benefit for my work!"
Ursula Wenninger, Vienna, Austria
"Thank you all for the excellent organisation of CSI Africa. Great mix of people, attendees and lecturers, and very interesting cases. I have learned a lot!"
Nikolaus Haas, University Hospital
"It was great and it will only get better with time."
Daniel McLennan, University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital