Tag Archive for: women

Janina Stepinska

Revisiting October’s Insights: “Paying attention to the sex-related differences among patients hospitalized in the ICU”

Prof. Janina Stępińska advocates for targeted education among women to address critical delays in reporting cardiovascular symptoms and seeking timely interventions.

Izabella Uchmanowicz

Women Leadership Symposium at the Prevention & Intervention 2023 Conference

My way to career tips & tricks – Izabella Uchmanowicz (ACNAP President)

Erin D. Michos - Pregnancy and reproductive risk factors for cardiovascular disease in women

Revisiting October’s Insights: “Cardiovascular health and cardiometabolic risk in women”

Dive into women’s heart health: Explore assessing cardiometabolic risk, pregnancy-related risks, and tackling care disparities. Join our session to empower women’s CV health!

Vijay Kunadian "Women's aspects in 2023 ESC Guidelines"

Revisiting October’s Insights: “Women’s aspects in 2023 ESC Guidelines”

Dive into the heart of women’s cardiovascular health at the session, chaired by Cecilia Linde and Roxana Mehran, focusing on the 2023 ESC Guidelines.

Stephane Manzo-Silberman “Cardiac imaging – what is the future?”

Revisiting October’s Insights: “Cardiac imaging – what is the future?”

The session on Cardiac Imaging presents the latest advancements and challenges in both non-interventional and interventional modalities.

Prevention & Intervention 2023 Conference, "Coronary physiology and imaging in preventing MACE after intervention", Vijay Kunadian

Revisiting October’s Insights: “Coronary physiology and imaging in preventing MACE after intervention”

Functional assessment of coronary arteries and microcirculation is a milestone in personalized approach to ischemic heart disease management. The importance of coronary artery imaging during PCI was highlighted during ESC2023.

Renata Główczynska “Cardiovascular disease in women: understanding symptoms, risk factors, and management strategies”

Revisiting October’s Insights: “Cardiovascular disease in women: understanding symptoms, risk factors, and management strategies”

Increased recognition of the prevalence of traditional CVD risk factors, and their differential impact in women, as well as emerging, nontraditional risk factors unique to or more common in women, contribute to new understanding of mechanisms leading to these worsening outcomes for women.

Prev&Interv 2023 - Martha Gulati

Revisiting October’s Insights: “Women’s Heart Health – Differences?”

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading killer of both women and men in the US. Despite the significant impact CVD has on women, awareness, and education for women’s heart disease have historically been low.