The latest issue of Cardiovascular News (Issue 30; August) will be available free of charge to delegates attending the European Society of Cardiology’s annual meeting (ESC; 31 August–4 September, Amsterdam, The Netherlands). You will be able to pick up a copy in the Central Village of the congress venue (Amsterdam RAI).
The latest issue of Cardiovascular News has extensive coverage of this year’s EuroPCR (21–24 May, Paris, France), and features commentaries on the future of patent foramen closure after the RESPECT and PC Trial studies, performing renal denervation in tortuous arteries, and on transcatheter approaches to managing aortic regurgitation. It also profiles Chaim Lotan (director of the Heart Institute of The Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center (Jerusalem, Israel) and reviews new data for structural heart disease.
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Our sister paper, Cardiac Rhythm News, will also be available free of charge at the ESC meeting.