Prepare for practice-changing science at the European Society of Cardiology’s scientific congress, ESC Preventative Cardiology 2023. (ESC).
The Trade Fair and Conference Centre of Malaga (FYCMA – Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga) in Malaga, Spain, is the site of the annual congress of the European Association of Preventative Cardiology (EAPC), a division of the ESC, from April 13 to 15. Investigate the scientific agenda.
Several scientific abstracts will provide novel studies, such as information on the benefits of yoga and meditation for heart patients, the connection between air pollution and heart health, and the consequences of daytime napping.
Sessions on the most recent research covering all aspect of preventive cardiology, including public health, sports cardiology, exercise.
During the scientific conference of the European Society of Cardiology, ESC Preventive Cardiology 2023, get ready for science that will transform clinical practice (ESC).
The European Association of Preventive Cardiology (EAPC), a branch of the ESC, will hold its annual conference at the Trade Fair and Conference Centre of Malaga (FYCMA – Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga) in Malaga, Spain, from April 13 to 15. Do some research on the scientific agenda.
Several scientific abstracts will provide fresh research, including details on the advantages of yoga and meditation for people with heart conditions, the relationship between air pollution and heart health, and the effects of daily naps.
Presentations on the newest findings in preventive cardiology, including public health, sports cardiology, physical activityEnvironment report: how do heat waves and pollution shape cardiovascular risk? Dr. Kränkel said: “We have all experienced the effects of ever hotter summers, and increasing air and water pollution. This session will reveal the impact on cardiovascular health and lifestyle behaviors. Is exercise still a heart healthy habit in hot, polluted areas? What are the responsibilities of health professionals?”
Initiating physical activity is daunting for some heart patients. Listen to the experts share the latest information on promoting exercise in this group. Dr. Kränkel said: “Discover how health professionals can instil confidence in patients to take the first steps into an active life and keep it going. What are the perceived barriers and facilitators? Can digital tools help?”
Lessons from outer space: what can zero gravity teach us about exercise? “This session also explores the risk of cardiovascular events during diving, check-ups for people with high hazard occupations, and aviation cardiology including passengers and pilots,” said Dr. Kränkel.