Theme: “Modernization in Cardiology and Cardiac Health”



Conference series welcome all the participants globally to the upcoming conference “7th Annual Heart Rhythm Conference” scheduled on May 08-09, 2023 which will take place in Vienna, Austria. Heart Rhythm 2023 is the leading conference dedicated to Clinical Cardiology, Cardio vascular medicine with the theme “Modernization in Cardiology and Cardiac Health”.

This meeting features brief keynote addresses, panel talks, an exhibition, symposia, and workshops. We've worked on a number of intriguing Heart Rhythm 2023 and cardiology conferences, and we've developed fantastic partnerships with academics and associations. The most fundamental component of the human body must be prioritised, which necessitates the organisation of global heart rhythm conferences, cardiologist meetings, and a cardiology event in 2023.

Why to attend the conference?

Heart Rhythm 2023 is your best chance to connect with the largest group of people from medical centres, universities, groups, and more since people from all over the world will be there looking for answers about cardiology. At this two-day event, the World Heart Rhythm Conferences 2023 will organise appearances, disseminate information, meet with repeating pattern and potential investigators, and obtain name recognition. This conference will feature highly regarded speakers as well as the newest techniques, frameworks, and updates in the field of cardiology. This World Heart Rhythm Conference, or more precisely all Cardiology Gatherings, Events, and Cardiologists Congress, will aid in the organisation of Frameworks and B2B joining among Cardiology Professionals and Academicians.

Target Audience:

  • Cardiologists
  • Interventional Cardiology
  • Heart Failure
  • Health-care
  • Neurologists
  • Clinical EP
  • Internal Medicine
  • Pediatric Cardiology
  • Preventive Cardiology
  • Cardiology Imaging
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Cardiac Oncology
  • Pharmacology
  • Echocardiography
  • Cell Biology
  • Vascular Medicine
  • Physiology
  • Pharmacy
  • Cardiology students, scientists
  • Cardiology researchers
  • Cardiology faculty
  • Medical colleges
  • Cardiology Associations and Societies
  • Business entrepreneurs

Track 1: Clinical Cardiology

Clinical cardiology, a subspecialty of cardiology's restorative claim to fame, focuses on the study and management of twinkle issues. Electro physiologists frequently collaborate with a variety of cardiologists and cardiovascular specialists when treating twinkle aggravations. Molecular cardiology is the study of a heritable heart disease, as well as the application of basic wisdom exploration and clinical cardiology to reduce mortality. This research initiative also looks into the relationship between environmental factors, metabolic complaints, and premature cardiovascular ageing. These goals are set using a translational approach aimed at describing the phenotypes of cardiovascular disease using cutting-edge discoveries, heritably created beast models, and mortal research.

Track 2: Cardio-Oncology

Cardio-oncology is a rapidly developing discipline dedicated to reducing the effects of cardiovascular disease and mortality in cancer survivors. Cases are estimated at standard to characterise their risk of cardio toxin and then followed virtually amid and after chemotherapy to check for early signs or manifestations of cardiovascular conditions. Cardiovascular imaging, particularly transthoracic echocardiography, plays an abecedarian role in the assessment and follow-up of cardio-oncology cases.

Track 3: Cardiothoracic Surgery

Cardiothoracic Surgery also known as thoracic surgery that deals with the surgeries of the organs which are positioned inside the abdomen. This surgery treats with the conditions related to heart, lung and casket. Cardiac Surgeons perform a variety of cardiothoracic surgeries, from minimally invasive to heart transplants. There are some pitfalls during the surgery similar as blood clots or bleeding in the brain, injury to jitters, esophagus, or trachea, shrine erecting up in the highways.

  • Coronary artery bypass grafting
  • Carotid surgery
  • Open heart surgery
  • Angioplasty
  • Cardiac assist devices

Track 4: Angiography and Structural Heart Disease

Angiography is a type of imaging test that employs X-rays to examine your blood vessels. Angiograms are X-rays that look like an angiography. This test is used to investigate the narrow, blocked, or deformed highways or modes in your body's various corridors, such as your brain, heart, stomach, and legs. A liquid colour is inserted through a thin, flexible tube known as a catheter to create the X-ray images. The catheter is inserted into the asked roadway from an access site. The access site is usually located in your arm, but it can also be located in your inguine. Structural heart disease refers to coronary heart disease that is acquired through avail, or coronary sickness that individuals are born with.

  • Radionuclide angiography
  • Percutaneous valve replacement
  • Dilated cardiomyopathy
  • Myocardial infarction
  • Heart failure

Track 5: Vascular Surgery

Vascular surgery is a specialty that works with diseases of the vascular system, such as arteries, veins, and blood circulation. These are managed by several methods like medical therapy, minimally invasive catheter procedures and surgical reconstruction. Extra cranial cerebrovascular illness is also treated by vascular surgeons. Peripheral vascular surgery can be performed as an endarterectomy technique, which is a framework used to prevent plaque formation inside the blocked vein.

Track 6: Neuro-Cardiology

The term "Neuro-Cardiology" alludes to the physiologic, neuroanatomical, and pathological connections between the circulatory and nervous systems. Regarding the heart's communications with both the fringe sensory system and the focus sensory system, the effects of weight on the heart are taken into account. The drug industry has seen growth in this field over the last ten years. The consistent link between cardiovascular disease and neurological issues has proven useful in interdisciplinary study. The brain rhythms convey information about the static states of solid individuals. Differences in brain rhythms can indicate a problem with physiologic regulation, which can also help physicians quickly identify the underlying ailment based on the symptoms.

Track 7: Cardiovascular Medicine

Cardiovascular drug is the knowledge and practise of relating, treating, and precluding complaint. Medicines encompass a wide range of social insurance programmes aimed at maintaining and restoring health through early detection and disease-specific treatment. Cardiovascular Medicine is a vibrant and creative profession dedicated to excellence in research, education, and clinical care. Among the division's critical clinical research interests are heart failure, the evaluation of viability in damaged myocardia, the use of flash ischemia, and novel cures to protect the heart from posterior incisions.

Track 8: Cardiac Surgery

Cardiac surgery, also known as circulatory surgery, is the operation on the heart or modes. It is performed to treat complications of ischemic heart disease, to correct natural heart disease, or to treat valvular heart disease caused by a variety of reasons such as endocarditis, rheumatic heart disease, and atherosclerosis. Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery, Ventricular Assist Devices (VADs), Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery, heart surgery, and many other procedures are available.

  • Congenital cardiac surgery
  • Coronary artery bypass
  • Open-heart surgery
  • Cardiac remodelling
  • Surgical ablation for atrial fibrillation

Track 9: Heart Device

Numerous cardiovascular widgets are created to assist individuals with heart metre abnormalities in managing erratic heartbeats. These anomalies are caused by issues with the heart's electrical system, which causes the heart to contract and pump blood throughout the body. A trendsetter is a small device hidden beneath the casket epidermis. It produces electrical jiffs to keep the heart beating normally. A trendsetter watches cardiac conditions such as bradycardia (when the heart beats too slowly) or arrhythmia (when the heart thumps aimlessly). Advanced heart bias are currently undergoing rapid research in order to address the most severe heart problems.

Track 10: Toxicology and Pharmacology of CVD

Cardiovascular toxicity encompasses heart damage caused by poison-induced electrophysiological anomalies, muscle damage, and vascular atherosclerosis caused by oxidative stress and inflammation. All of these anomalies may impair blood inflow and movement. The primary bacillus mechanisms underlying cardiovascular toxin may be oxidative stress and inflammation. Cardiovascular toxicology is concerned about the negative effects of extraneous and characteristic weights on the heart and vascular frame. Cardiovascular Pharmacology is the study of the effects of cardiovascular medications on the circulation system or the heart.

  • Dexrazoxane hydrochloride
  • Diuretics
  • ACE inhibitors
  • Beta-blocker

Track 11: Cardiology-Future Medicine

Cardiology is a drug subspecialty that deals with heart issues and other aspects of the circulatory system. Electrophysiology, valvular heart disease, coronary artery disease, and restorative analysis and treatment of essential heart scarcities are all part of the discipline. Sub-specialization is expected to continue the quest of specialised literacy and clinical brilliance in the field of cardiology. This scenario will initially result in rising costs and a growing labour deficit.

Track 12: Arrhythmia

Arrhythmia is another term for erratic heartbeat. It implies that your heart beats too quickly, too slowly, and in an irregular pattern. Tachycardia arrhythmia occurs when the heart beats quicker than usual. When the pulse beats too slowly, this is referred to as bradycardia. The most common form of arrhythmia is atrial fibrillation, which causes an irregular and fast heartbeat.

Track 13: Pediatric and Geriatric Cardiology

A medical specialty known as pediatric cardiology treats cardiac conditions in babe, babies, children, and adolescents. The individual procedures include echocardiograms, cardiovascular catheterizations, and electrophysiological analyses, and they're used to manage the progression of coronary complaint in babies, children, and adolescents. Violent pericarditis, pericardial radiation, cardiac tamponade, and constrictive pericarditis are some fresh pericardial conditions that might manifest clinically. One variety of endocarditis is contagious endocarditis. It causes discomfort to the heart's internal apkins. These are the main burning heart blights in babies. The administration of systems and B2B collaboration between professionals and academics will be backed by this cardiology gathering, or rather by any cardiology gatherings. Meetings on cardiology and the heart are pivotal for the general public to learn about the most vital element of the mortal body. Since heart problems may now be linked before birth, diagnosing and treating the illness condition may now begin with the hatchling.

Track 14: Cardiac Regeneration

Cardiac Regeneration seeks to treat irreversibly damaged heart tissue with cutting-edge knowledge and stem cell therapy. The mortal heart has extremely limited regenerative capacity, making regeneration a difficult job. Cardiomyocytes in the adult mortal heart turn over at a low rate, thought to be 0.5 - 1 every time. The most prevalent cardiovascular complaint is myocardial infarction (MI). An average-sized MI results in the loss of over one billion cardiomyocytes, which the adult heart is unable to replenish. Using the body's natural ability to regenerate itself, colourful strategies have been devised to restore the damaged heart towel and its function. Cardiology procedures are attempting to restore, renew, and reclaim cases that have regenerate ability to recoup themselves.

  • Angiogenesis
  • Cardio myocyte proliferation
  • Cardiac regenerative therapy
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  • Tissue engineering

Track 15: Diabetes, Obesity and Stroke

Obesity raises the chance of cardiovascular disease and stroke. However, it causes harm to more than just the vein and heart structure. It's also linked to gallstones, osteoarthritis, and breathing issues. Weight is personally linked to a number of health problems that cause cardiovascular disease, such as hypertension, diabetes, and abnormal blood cholesterol. Furthermore, heart-harming lifestyle decisions, such as a lack of exercise and a high-fat diet, are a consistent cause of weight gain. Being overweight can also lead to cardiac failure. This is a real condition in which your heart is unable to properly direct blood to the requirements of your body. Diabetes and pre-diabetes raise the chance of heart disease and stroke. One can reduce their risk by keeping their blood glucose (also known as glucose), circulatory strain, and blood cholesterol levels near to the recommended target numbers—the levels advocated by diabetes specialists for optimal health. Atherosclerosis is a disorder that can lead to coronary artery disease and stroke.

Track 16: Cardiac Nursing and Health Care

An enrolled nurse who specialises in cardiac nursing works with patients who are suffering from the negative effects of various cardiovascular conditions. Cardiovascular medical sidekicks aid in the treatment of ailments such as unstable angina, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, cardiac dead towel, and cardiovascular dysrhythmia under the supervision of a cardiologist. Cardiovascular medical guardians conduct extended test evaluations, heart checking, vascular monitoring, and good examinations in addition to postoperative care on a surgical centre. Cardiac orderlies work in a variety of settings, including intensive care units (ICU), operating rooms, heart recovery centres, clinical exploration laboratories, and heart surgery wards.

Track 17: Coronary and Ischemic Heart Disease

Coronary heart disease is caused by the narrowing or obstruction of coronary arteries, which give oxygen to the heart. This is commonly caused by atherosclerosis, which is also known as arterial hardening and congestion. This usually happens when cholesterol and adipose substances accumulate on the interior walls of the heart. Coronary illness happens when a shrine forms on the heart, reducing blood flow to the heart. Ischemia suggests a "reduced blood force". Ischemic coronary artery disease is caused by a blockage of the coronary highways that deliver blood to the heart muscle. Initially, debris falling downstream in the flowing blood will cause a severe narrowing or check of either the expansive coronary highways or coronary force route end branches.

Track 18: Hypertension

Coronary heart disease is caused by the narrowing or obstruction of coronary arteries, which give oxygen to the heart. This is common. Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure or BPH, is a chronic medical disease in which the weight of blood vessels increases over time. RAP is a common condition in which the blood's long-term quality versus the force channels' walls is so high that it always affects medical issues, such as cardiovascular disease. Most of the time, blood vessel hypertension develops slowly and eventually impacts nearly everyone. Although hypertension does not usually cause symptoms, it can lead to severe complications such as stroke, heart disease, heart attack, and renal failure.

Track 19: Case Reports in Cardiology

A cardiology case report includes a patient's cardiovascular disease studies. Clinicians, understudies, and paramedics gain valuable practise from the medical cases. Clinical case reports can also play an important role in restorative training by providing framework to case-based learning and may also play a role in handling medication personalization in clinical practise. The study of indicative strategies from therapeutic cases and the translation of side effects are critical for preparing and advancing clinical thinking styles.

Track 20: Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation is an irregular twinkle (arrhythmia) or abnormal cardiac metre that can cause blood clots, stroke, heart failure, and other heart-related complications such as heart pulsations and chest pain. The heart primarily contracts and softens to a twinkle. In atrial fibrillation, the upper chambers i.e., gallerias pulse desultorily rather of beating effectively to move blood into the ventricles. This disease may or may not have symptoms, but when they do, they include pulsations, shortness of breath, and fatigue.

  • Maze surgery
  • Holter monitor
  • Stress test
  • Echocardiogram
  • Chest X-rays

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Associations of Cardiology:
  • European Society of Cardiology
  • European Atherosclerosis Society
  • Austrian Society of Cardiology
  • German Cardiac Society
  • Italian Federation of Cardiology
  • Spanish Society of Cardiology
Hospitals Associated with Cardiology:
  • Cleveland Clinic
  • Mayo Clinic
  • New York-Presbyterian Hospital
  • Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Northwestern Memorial Hospital
  • Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian
  • Mount Sinai Hospital
  • University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers
  • Duke University Hospital
  • Brigham and Women's Hospital
  • Barnes-Jewish Hospital
  • UCLA Medical Center
  • Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital
  • Heart Hospital Baylor Plano
  • Houston Methodist Hospital
  • Loyola University Medical Center
  • NYU Langone Medical Center
  • UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside
  • Scripps La Jolla Hospitals
  • Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
  • UCSF Medical Center
  • Sentara Norfolk General Hospital-Sentara Heart Hospital
  • Texas Heart Institute at Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
  • Beaumont Hospital-Royal Oak
  • Minneapolis Heart Institute at Abbott Northwestern Hospital
  • Vanderbilt University Medical Center
  • Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center
  • The University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital
  • University of Colorado Hospital
  • St. Francis Hospital
List of Companies Associated with Cardiology:
  • St. Jude Medical
  • Terumo
  • Edwards Life Sciences
  • Abbott Laboratories
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • W. L. Gore & Associates
  • Lepu Medical Technology
  • Getinge
  • Boston Scientific
  • Medtronic
World Wide:
  • Academic Medical Centre
  • Medipol University
  • Yeditepe University
  • Okan University
  • Wittenberg University of Applied Sciences
  • Tio University of Applied Sciences
  • University of Groningen
  • Netherlands Heart Institute
  • University of Leiden
  • Yerevan State Medical University
  • Medical University of Graz
  • Paracelsus Private Medical University of Salzburg
  • Universiteit Utrecht
  • University of Groningen
  • University College Roosevelt
  • Wageningen University
  • In Holland University of Applied Sciences
  • Saxion University of Applied Sciences
  • Harvard University
  • University of Oxford
  • University of Cambridge
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Stanford University
  • Yale University
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • University of Melbourne
  • University of Geneva
  • University of Bern
  • University of St Gallen (HSG)
Related Societies:

USA: The American Heart AssociationThe American College of Cardiology ,Heart Failure Society of AmericaAmerican Society of EchocardiographyAlliance of Cardiovascular ProfessionalsAmerican College of Chest ProfessionalsAmerican Association of Heart Failure NursesSociety of Invasive Cardiovascular ProfessionalsCardiovascular Credentialing International, International Academy of CardiologyInternational Society for Heart ResearchSociety of Geriatric CardiologyInternational Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiac SurgeryAmerican College of Cardiovascular Administrators, Brazilian Society of Cardiology, Heart and Stroke Foundation of CanadaPulmonary Hypertension Association.

Europe: Russian Society of CardiologyAustrian Heart FoundationBritish Cardiovascular SocietyIrish Nurses Cardiovascular Association,  British Heart FoundationEuropean Society of CardiologyEuropean Stroke Organization,  Albanian Society of Cardiology,  Belorussian Scientific Society of Cardiologists, British Association of Nursing in Cardiovascular CareHeart Foundation of BotswanaBritish Association of Critical Care NursesCardiology Society of SerbiaSudanese Hypertension SocietyStroke and Vascular MedicineEstonian Society of CardiologyIrish Heart Foundation, Moldavian Society of Cardiology, Montenegro Society of CardiologyMoroccan Society of CardiologyNorwegian Society of CardiologySaudi Heart AssociationNetherlands Society of CardiologySlovenian Society of Cardiology,  Swedish Society of CardiologyZurich Heart HouseEuropean Atherosclerosis Society.

Middle-East: Algerian Society of CardiologyRussian Society of CardiologyArmenian Cardiologists AssociationEmirates Cardiac SocietyGulf Heart AssociationTurkish Society of CardiologySaudi Heart AssociationIranian Heart FoundationCyprus Hypertension SocietyEgyptian Cardiology Society,  Israel Heart SocietyKuwait Medical AssociationIraqi Cardiothoracic SocietyIranian Heart Association.

Asia-Pacific: Asian Pacific Society of CardiologyCameroon Heart FoundationVietnam Heart AssociationAssociation of Pediatric CardiologyIndonesian Heart AssociationHeart Association of Thailand,  The National Heart Association of MalaysiaThe Japanese College of CardiologyCardio metabolic Heart CongressChinese Society of Cardiology,  World Heart FederationPhilippine Heart AssociationChinese Hypertension LeagueHong Kong Society of Pediatric CardiologyTaiwan Society of CardiologyTaiwan Hypertension SocietyThe Japanese Heart Failure Society, Japanese Heart Rhythm SocietyVietnamese Society of HypertensionSingapore Heart FoundationMacau Cardiology AssociationKyrgyz Society of Cardiology.

6th Annual Heart Rhythm Conference organized by Conference Series in Vienna, Austria during October 10-11, 2022 and was based on the Theme- Let's Explore the Rhythm of the Heart.

On behalf of our Organizing Committee, we would like to extend our appreciation for continued support and active participation of the Organizing Committee Member, Keynote Speakers and our Moderators for the successful completion of the HEART RHYTHM 2022.

The Cardiologists and Neurologists, Professors, Cardiology scientists and Students, Cardiology researchers from different countries actively participated in the Conference, discussed the most important trends and issues in Heart Rhythm. Every Participant was having great reviews and had amazing experiences from the event.

HEART RHYTHM 2022 was started by the opening ceremony which was followed by the Keynote speech and we are overwhelmed with their presence and generous response.

We would like to take the privilege to felicitate our keynote Speakers and honourable guests for their prominent contribution towards the smooth functioning of this esteemed event.

The eminent personalities at the conference were:

Cetin Erol | Ankara University | Turkey

Abigali Vowels | Community Regional Medical Center | USA

Agata W Dżeljilji | National Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases Research Institute | Poland

Pervaiz Chaudry | Diplomate American Boards of Cardiothoracic Surgery | USA

Waheib A Bamatraf | Saud Al-Babtain Cardiac Center | Saudi Arabia

Marc Ghannoum | University of Montreal | Canada

Armin Attar | Shiraz University of Medical Sciences | Iran

Abdullah Orhan Demirtas | Health Sciences University | Turkey

In the last, we would also like to extend my ward regards to various delegate experts, Company representatives, eminent personalities who supported the Conference by facilitating active discussion forums. We would like to convey our sincere gratitude to all the supporters from Editorial Board Members of our Open Access Journals, Keynote Speakers, Honourable guests, Valuable Speakers, Students, delegates and special thank s to Media Partners  for their promotions to make this event a successful one.

With the unique feedbacks from the Conference HEART RHYTHM 2022, we would like to announce the commencement of the “7th Annual Heart Rhythm Conference” which is going to be held during May 08-09, 2023 Vienna, Austria.

Let us meet again @ HEART RHYTHM 2023

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