SA Heart Congress 2014

  • July 23, 2014


The 15th Annual SA Heart Congress 2014 will provide a platform for 21 leading International Faculty guest speakers, amongst which is the ESC faculty (European Society of Cardiology), Professor Fausto Pinto, Dr William Wijns, Professor Thomas Lüscher and Professor Stefan Anker who will be sharing “Hot Messages” on key clinical issues and breaking clinical trials from the annual ESC Congress, which will be held in
Barcelona, Spain in September 2014.

There are three popular pre-congress workshops on Thursday 16 October, Cardiology Update for non-cardiologists, the Joint Mayo Clinic / SA Heart State of the Art Imaging Workshop and the Peri-operative and Peri-interventional Transoesophageal Echocardiography (TOE) workshop by paediatric cardiologists. We invite delegates to register online to secure their places as soon as possible.


Congress chair, Dr Sajidah Khan, has indicated that in addition to parallel sessions catering to Special Interest Groups such as the interventional society, arrhythmia society, cardiac surgeons and allied professionals sessions to name a few, a new session dealing with vexing or complex clinical cases / images has been included in the program. This session will be conducted in a ‘call for cases’ format.


The 2014 SA Heart Congress hopes to address a larger audience, with cardiac anaesthetists participating in a session titled “Let the Team Meet”. “Medical professionals with an interest in cardiovascular diseases stand to benefi t greatly” Dr Khan states, “as leading experts have condensed the most up-to-date information into the three and a half day congress. An added bonus is that Durban is one of the few cities in the world where a major urban metropolis is located within a sub-tropical resort setting.”

The SA Heart Congress Team

For more information contact:

Tel +27 (0)11 325 0020
Fax +27 (0)11 325 0028
Email info@eoafrica.co.za
Website www.saheartcongress2014.co.za

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