CSi focus D-HF 2020
Abstract and case submission

Submit your abstracts of scientific work or challenging cases for a chance to become a member of the international faculty at CSI Focus D-HF. Accepted abstracts and cases will be presented either as posters or as a talk in the main scientific program. Registration for presenting authors will be at a reduced price.

Submission deadline: September 18, 2020

Confirmation of acceptance: October 2, 2020

Please refer to submission requirements below. The scientific committee will review the cases and abstracts after the submission deadline, and you will receive an e-mail with further instructions.

Please note that CSI does not cover your travel and hotel expenses for the meeting.

SUBMIT

 

  • Case submission guidelines

    Please include the full names of all authors, institution, city, state, country in your submission, and state the name, address, phone/fax, and e-mail address of the corresponding author at the bottom of the page.

    Please follow the guidelines below:

    • The case should be less than 500 words in length and can be accompanied by 2 pictures (JPG, TIFF) or 2 moving images (MOV, MP4)

    Be sure to include:

    • Title
    • History and physical
    • Imaging
    • Indication for intervention
    • Learning points of the procedure

    Please register and submit your case.

  • Abstract submission guidelines

    Please include the full names of all authors, institution, city, state, country in your submission, and state the name, address, phone/fax, and e-mail address of the corresponding author at the bottom of the page.

    Please follow the guidelines below:

    • The entire abstract should not exceed more than 500 words
    • Keep the text informative and succinct
    • State specific object of study and purpose
    • State method and sources used
    • Summarize results obtained
    • State conclusions reached

    Please register and submit your abstract.

CSI D-HF 2019 accepted ABSTRACTS AND CASES

TITLE AUTHORs
Safety and feasibility of transcatheter renal venous decongestion (TRVDTM) in patients with acute decompensated
heart failure: first-in man experience
Marc Vanderheyden / Jozef Bartunek / Ehud Schwammenthal 
Prediction of the impact of IAS on hemodynamics using a circulatory equilibrium framework in dogs with heart failure Takuya Nishikawa / Keita Saku / Kiyoshi Uike / Kazunori Uemura / Kenji Sunagawa / Hiroyuki Tsutsui / Masaru Sugimachi
Transcatheter papillary muscle repositioning Boaz Manash / Horst Sievert
Carotid baroreceptor stimulation reduces pulmonary arterial remodeling and improves right ventricular function in
rats with monocrotaline-induced pulmonary arterial hypertension
Mingwei Bao / Jing Wang / Qiao Yu / Mingyan Dai / Quan Cao / Ling Shu / Biao Ning / Bangwang Hu / Dilin Dai
Home monitoring is associated with fewer gastrointestinal bleeding events following ventricular assist device
implantation
Angeliki Gkouziouta / Dimitrios Miliopoulos / Dimitrios Zarkalis / Michael Bonios / Sokratis Fragkoulis / Stamatis Adamopoulos / Nektarios Kogerakis
Biventricular assist devices utilizzation is a justifiable strategy for advanced biventricular heart failure patients in a
low organ donation environment
Angeliki Gkouziouta / Dimitrios Miliopoulos / Dimitrios Zarkalis / Stamatis Adamopoulos / Nektarios Kogerakis
Ventricular tachycardia patterns in patients with ventricular assist devices Angeliki Gkouziouta / Dimitris Miliopoulos / Nektarios Kogerakis / Stamatis Adamopoulos
Ventricular arrhythmias in patients supported with left ventricular assist devices Angeliki Gkouziouta / Dimitrios Miliopoulos / Anna Kostopoulou / Michael Spartalis / Michael Bonios / Dimitrios Zarkalis / Sokratis Fragkoulis / Efthimios Livanis / Vasileios Voudris / Stamatis Adamopoulos / Nektarios Kogerakis
Transxillary intra-aortic balloon pump deployment through a novel braided sheath improves device stability, security
and longevity
Colin Hirst / Carlos Davila / Ronald Garcia / Navin Kapur

 

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