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Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: what´s the key mechanism?
Session

Event : Heart Failure 2015

Topic : Diastolic Ventricular Dysfunction

  • Session type : Symposium
  • Date : 25 May 2015
  • Time : 11:00 - 12:30

5 presentations in this session

Fibrosis.

Event : Heart Failure 2015

  • Session : Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: what´s the key mechanism?
  • Speaker : J Diez Martinez (Pamplona,ES)

Excitation-contraction coupling.

Event : Heart Failure 2015

  • Session : Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: what´s the key mechanism?
  • Speaker : A Lyon (London,GB)

Endothelium-myocyte crosstalk.

Event : Heart Failure 2015

  • Session : Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: what´s the key mechanism?
  • Speaker : C Franssen (Edegem,BE)

Pulmonary hypertension.

Event : Heart Failure 2015

  • Session : Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: what´s the key mechanism?
  • Speaker : CS Lam (Singapore,SG)

The big picture.

Event : Heart Failure 2015

  • Session : Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: what´s the key mechanism?
  • Speaker : D Brutsaert (Kontich,BE)

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