"I have attended many courses over the past 30 years. No single course has ever given me so much new, valuable, take home information that will be directly applicable in my day-to-day patient care.” – 2013 Attendee

Learn how current research is going to impact your practice by attending the 47th Annual New York Cardiovascular Symposium! Course director Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, MACC and some of the most prestigious names in cardiology will present and discuss innovative scientific advances, their applications into clinical practice and what the future of cardiovascular medicine is to optimize patient care.

Agenda highlights include:

  • Revascularization in Severe Left Ventricular Dysfunction
    The Role of Inducible Ischemia and Viability Testing Evidence and Uncertainties
    Dr. Robert Bonow
  • STEMI — Clock Time of Reperfusion
    Recent Update of the American, European and the Other Worldwide Studies
    Dr. Robert Harrington
  • NSTEMI-ACS — Acute vs. Subacute Management: Evolving Challenges of When and How to Intervene Learning from the TIMI and the European Studies
    Dr. Eugene Braunwald
  • Management of Complex Coronary Artery Disease- Medical Only, PCI or CABG Based on Anatomy, Flow and Comorbidities
    Dr. Valentin Fuster
  • The 2014 Clinical-Genetic Classification of Myocardial Disease
    A New Approach for Identification and Management (MOGES)
    Dr. Jagat Narula

View the full agenda and guarantee you are current on the latest cardiology education! 

There is no place like New York during the holidays — shopping, fantastic food, Broadway shows and lights everywhere! 

Register today to join Dr. Valentin Fuster and his esteemed colleagues, December 12– 14, 2014 in New York City to stay up-to-date on the latest scientific advances.

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