Heart failure

The progress of heart failure in the center of the cardiovascular vertex

Cardiovascular experts from UC Davis Health will present new research and clinical findings at the Heart Failure Summit 2022 on October 29, 2022.

The annual conference will focus on “advances in heart failure” and feature leading cardiology researchers, clinicians and surgeons, helping to shape clinical practice and research directions for a global audience.

This year’s scientific program offers an evidence-based approach to the assessment and management of patients with heart failure. It focuses on key clinical updates and cases frequently encountered by healthcare practitioners, addressing specific gaps in the assessment and management of patients with heart failure. These important updates and cases will serve as the basis for a wider discussion. Topics will include recent advances in medical therapy, implementation challenges and clinical solutions, structural and surgical approaches, and advanced cardiac care delivered through a cardiac team approach.

The summit agenda includes:

  • Presentations on an evidence-based approach for the assessment and management of patients with heart failure
  • Key clinical updates and cases addressing specific gaps in the assessment and management of patients with heart failure
  • Recent advances in medical therapy, challenges in implementation and clinical solutions, structural and surgical approaches, and advanced cardiac care delivered through a cardiac team approach
  • A forum for discussing quality improvement and research findings
  • Guest patients who will share their perspective and discuss their care

Keynote speakers include Bob Kiaii, Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery; Gagan Singh, director of the Cardiovascular Clinical Research Unit; and Martin Cadeiras, Medical Director of the Advanced Heart Failure, Heart Transplantation and Mechanical Circulatory Support Devices Program.

Summit registration is now open. Secure your spot by registering today!

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