DAY 1  |  Video highlights from the world’s largest cardiology conference

Professor David Brieger

Highlights from an interventional cardiology perspective:

•   A cluster randomized trial of objective risk assessment versus standard care for acute coronary syndromes: the Australian GRACE Risk Score Intervention Study (AGRIS)   WATCH »
•   Can an integrated digital health solution improve cardiovascular risk factors? Results of the CONNECT study   WATCH »
•   Randomised comparison of clopidogrel versus ticagrelor or prasugrel in patients of 70 years or older with non-ST-elevation acute coronary syndrome - POPular AGE   WATCH »

Professor John Atherton

Highlights from a cardiology perspective:  

•   How to implement CABANA, CASTLE-AF and CAPTAF results in clinical practice   WATCH »
•   m-Health and coronary artery disease: vote for the best innovation and technology presented   WATCH »

Professor Louise Burrell

Highlights from a general medicine perspective:

•   State of the art - drug treatment in hypertension: unmet needs   WATCH »

Dr Anita Sharma

Highlights from a general practice perspective:

•   Session: Very old patient, very new problems
  –   How drugs function in very old people   WATCH »
  –   A very old patient with syncope: same diagnostic flow-chart? Same treatment?   WATCH »
  –   Heart failure treatment in octogenarians   WATCH »
  –   Role of cardiac rehabilitation in very old patients   WATCH »

Professor Phillip Newton

Highlights from a cardiac nursing perspective:

•   Clinical benefit of assessing cognitive function in frail patients with heart failure: a multicenter prospective cohort study   WATCH »

The Cardiology Today delegates are independently selecting and curating their sessions for this Australian coverage of ESC Congress 2019 direct from Paris.