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Discussion - The patient journey after an acute coronary syndrome - A clinical case study.

Topic: Thrombosis and platelets
Organised by University Hospital, Umeå / Course Director: Prof Ulf Näslund / Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from AstraZeneca

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Professor Davide Capodanno

University of Catania, Catania (Italy)
27 presentations
5 followers

Professor Christian Hamm

Kerckhoff-Clinic, Nauheim (Germany)
12 presentations
3 followers

Professor Stefan James

Uppsala University, Uppsala (Sweden)
35 presentations
0 follower

Doctor Marc Bonaca

University of Colorado, Aurora (United States of America)
25 presentations
1 follower

Professor Philippe Gabriel Steg

Hopital Bichat, Paris (France)
47 presentations
7 followers

7 more presentations in this session

Welcome and introduction - The clinical journey after an acute coronary syndrome: strategies for optimising antiplatelet therapy.

Speaker: Professor D. Capodanno (Catania, IT)

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The patient journey after an acute coronary syndrome - A clinical case study.

Speaker: Professor S. James (Uppsala, SE)

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Optimising antiplatelet therapy from first medical contact to discharge.

Speaker: Professor P. Steg (Paris, FR)

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Discussion - Optimising antiplatelet therapy from first medical contact to discharge.

Speaker: Professor D. Capodanno (Catania, IT) Professor C. Hamm (Nauheim, DE) Professor S. James (Uppsala, SE) Doctor M. Bonaca (Aurora, US) Professor P. Steg (Paris, FR)

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Who, when and why - The rationale to treat beyond 12 months.

Speaker: Doctor M. Bonaca (Aurora, US)

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The clinical journey after an acute coronary syndrome: strategies for optimising antiplatelet therapy

Speakers: Professor D. Capodanno, Professor C. Hamm, Professor S. James, Doctor M. Bonaca, Professor P. Steg...
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ESC CONGRESS 2016

27 August - 31 August 2016

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