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Saturday,
July 27, 2013
Sunday,
July 28, 2013
Monday,
July 29, 2013
Oral Presentations Oral Presentations Oral Presentations
Poster Sessions Poster Sessions Poster Sessions

 

Sunday, July 28, 2013

8:00 - 13:00 

 POSTER HALL

Board No.

 

Abstract No.

 

P301    Poster Session
MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY, BASIC AND TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH

 
1

CO-PURIFICATION OF ARRESTIN LIKE PROTEINS WITH ALPHA-ENOLASE IN BOVINE MYOCARDIAL TISSUES, THEIR IMPLICATION IN CLINICAL HEART DISEASES
M. Mirshahi, S. Le Marchand
INSERM, UMRS 872, CRC, University of Pierre and Marie Curie, and University of Paris Descartes, Paris, France

254
2

THE MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF THE ANTI-OXIDATIVE EFFECTS OF CATECHIN ON PALMITIC ACID-INDUCED CYTOTOXICITY IN ASTROCYTES
K.L. Wong, C.W. Cheung, K.S. Cheng, E.C. So, C.C Chao,
Y.M. Leung, China Medical University & Hospital, Taichung, Taiwan

256
3

REMOTE CARDIAC INJURY MEDIATED BY NEUROGENIC PATHWAY: A CARDIAC DELETERIOUS EFFECT AND PREVENTS STRATEGY
X. Ren, The Second Affiliated Hospital of Harbin Medical University, China

257
4

TISSUE PERFUSION IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION: THE ROLE OF FIBRINOGEN LEVEL IN CORONARY ARTERY REVASULARIZATION AFTER THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY AND RESCUE PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION
K. Bin Thani, E. Murad, A. Al-Moosa, M.E. Alalawi, F Al-Moosa,
H Al-Sindi, E. Mahmud, Salmaniya Medical Complex, Manama, Bahrain

258
5

PATHOLOGICAL EFFECT OF ENDOTHELIAL-TO-MESENCHYMAL TRANSITION ON THE CYSTIC KIDNEY
B.H. Kim, M.Y. Park, J.H. Park, Sookmyung Women’s University, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Korea

259
6

CTRP IS ASSOCIATED WITH CARDIAC MUSCLE DEVELOPMENT
S. Han, Y. Yang, Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul, Korea

260
7

INTERFERENCE OF DOXORUBICIN WITH CARDIAC AMPK SIGNALING – A CULPRIT FOR DOXORUBICIN CARDIOTOXICITY?
M. Tokarska-Schlattner, S. Gratia, L. Kay, V. Novel-Chate, L. Potenza, P. Sestili, U. Schlattner
University Joseph Fourier, Laboratory of Fundamental and Applied Bioenergetics, Grenoble, France

261
 

 

 
 

P302    Poster Session
ANTIPLATELET AND ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPIES IN PCI

 
8

RANDOMIZED PROSPECTIVE IMPACT OF CILOSTAZOL ASSOCIATED WITH ARRHYTHMIA AFTER PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION
B.J. Kwon, D.B. Kim, S.H. Ihm, H.Y. Kim, H.J. Youn, H.B. Seung
The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, Korea

262
9

MAJOR BLEEDING IN ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROMES: INCIDENCE, PREDICTORS AND PROGNOSTIC VALUE
W.A. Ammar, H.I. Kandil, O.A. Omar
Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt

263
10

CLOPIDOGREL: A CAUSE OF RECURRENT RHEUMATISM
S. Agrawal, S. Khera, J. Garg, N. Agrawal, J. Harburger
Westchester Medical Center at New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY, USA

264
 

 

 
 

P303    Poster Session
INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY I

 
11

ULTIMATE SIMPLE STRATEGY FOR BIFURCATION LESION
S. Ichikawa, Funabashi Municipal Medical Center Heart and Vascular Institute, Funabashi, Chiba, Japan

265
12

THE ROLE OF PATIENT CHARACTERISTICS IN SELECTIVE DIAGNOSTIC CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY BY FEMORAL VERSUS RADIAL ACCESS
M. Bheemarasetti, S. Sudhakar, W. Khalife, S. Gilani, A. Aljafareh, S. Priya, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, USA

266
13

STUDY THE UPPER EXTREMITIES VARIATION AND ITS ROLE IN TRANSRADIAL ANGIOGRAPHY PROCEDURE
M Nourizadeh, A. Asareh, S. Yazdankhah, M. Easapoor,
A. Shamsakhtari, Ganjavian Hospital, Dezful, Iran

267
14

AGE-RELATED DEVIATION IN ACTUAL INGUINAL LIGAMENT COURSE (ARC)
G. Rana, R.H. Patel, D. Iyer, I. Sharif, R. Tayal, A. Emporelli,
M. Cohen, V. Spektor, N. Wasty
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Newark, NJ, USA
 

268
15

UNUSUAL TREATMENT OF POSTOPERATIVE BLEEDING AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY: RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY STENTING WITH COVERED STENTS
J. Rubio Alvarez, J. Sierra Quiroga, B. Adrio Nazar, L. Reija Lopez, A. Granda Bauza, J.M. Martinez Cereijo, C. Rubio Taboada
Universitary Hospital Santiago de Compostela, Spain
 

269
 

 

 
 

P304    Poster Session
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE: PROGNOSIS, RISK ASSESSMENT

 
16

ARTERIAL WALL THICKENING DURING MENOPAUSE TRANSITION REFLECTS IRON ACCRUAL AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS RISK
J.X. Liu, T Tran, T Sharkey-Toppen, B McCarthy, R Wexler,
O.P. Simonetti, F.Z. Stanczyk, R.D. Jackson, S.V. Raman
The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA
 

270
17

CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE AND SPINAL CORD INJURY: RESULTS FROM A NATIONAL POPULATION HEALTH SURVEY
J.J. Cragg, V.K. Noonan, A. Krassioukov, J. Borisoff
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
 

271
19

BODY MASS INDEX DOES NOT HAVE CORRELATION WITH THE SEVERITY OF CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE BUT WAIST TO HIP RATIO HAS: PARADOXICAL FINDINGS
A.F. Zand Prasa, S. Jahanshahi, L. Haghighi, Imam Khomeini Hospital Complex, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
 

273
20

MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASE 9 (MMP9), TISSUE INHIBITOR OF MMP (TIMP1) IN SERUM AT PATIENTS WITH SUBCLINICAL ATHEROSCLEROSIS
G.A. Rozikhodjaeva, Z.A. Usmanova, K.R. Yokubov
Central Clinical Hospital 1, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
 

274
21

DEPRESSION AND RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AMONG MEN AGED 25-64 YEARS: WHO PROGRAM MONICA –PSYCHOSOCIAL
V.V. Gafarov, E.A. Gromova, A.V. Gafarova, I.V. Gagulin
FSBI Collaborative Laboratory of Cardiovascular Diseases Epidemiology SB RAMS, Novosibirsk, Russia

275
22

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CAROTID INTIMA-MEDIA THICKNESS AND CARDIAC SYNDROME X
H.S. Taha, M.Z. Elramly, L.M. Abudaqa
Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt

276
23

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BONE MINERAL DENSITY AND RISK FACTORS OF ATHEROSCLEOSIS AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN KOREAN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN
E.H. Kong, H.Y. Park, Kosin University College of Medicine, Busan, South Korea
 

277
24

PRESENCE OF ANOMALOUS CORONARIES DO NOT INCREASE THE RISK FOR ATHEROSCLEROSIS
P. Suryanarayana, S. Kollampare, I. Riaz, J. Lee, M. Hussein,
M.R. Movahed

University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, AZ, USA
 

278
 

 

 
 

P305    Poster Session
CARDIAC PACING, DEFIBRILLATION AND RESYNCHRONIZATION THERAPY

 
25

DOES BASELINE PR INTERVAL IMPACT OUTCOMES AFTER CARDIAC RESYNCHRONIZATION THERAPY?
P. Simlote, R.R. Shah, B.B. Pavri
Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, USA
 

279
26

THE FATE OF INNOCENT BYSTANDER LEADS AFTER LASER LEAD EXTRACTION
T. Tse, S. Parekh, J.S. Snow
Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola, NY, USA
 

280
27

PACING IN PATIENTS WITH SINUS NODE DYSFUNCTION: MANAGED VENTRICULAR PACING (MVP) VERSUS DDDR WITH LONG AV DELAY
S. Pumprueg, A. Suwanagool, W. Boonyapisit,
C. Sriratanasathavorn
Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
 

281
28

EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT STAFF KNOWLEDGE OF INDICATIONS FOR PERMANENT PACEMAKER INSERTION
J. Basu, Oxford Heart Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK
 

282
29

UNWINDING LIFE IN THE HEART; A CASE OF INTERNAL CARDIOVERTER-DEFIBRILLATOR LEAD MALFUNCTION
S. Kanneganti, T. Aung, K. Khalighi
Easton Hospital, Easton, PA, USA

283
30

EPICARDIAL RHYTHM DEVICES (ERD), AN ALTERNATIVE FOR HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS
R. Cohen, P. Loarte, I. Dashkova, S-Y. Chou, B. Mirrer, Division of Cardiology – Woodhull Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York. USA

284
 

 

 
 

P306    Poster Session
EXERCISE AND THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

 
31

DESCRIPTIVE PROFILE OF RESOURCES UTILIZATION AMONG HEART FAILURE PATIENTS AT KAH, EASTERN PROVINCE, SAUDI ARABIA
S. Hassanien, A. Jelan, M. Al Qaseer, E. Gaber, B. Jugdutt
King Saud bin Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia

285
32

THE EFFECT OF AEROBIC TRAINING ON ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT VASODILATATION IN CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE PATIENTS AFTER REVASCULARIZATION
F. Ahmadi, B. Hidian, E. Hajizadeh, M. Seidian, M. Adel,
M. Nourizadeh, F. Daeenejad
Cardiovascular Disease Research, Joundishapoor, Ahvaz, Iran

078
 

 

 
 

P307    Poster Session
PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY AND CARDIAC SURGERY / CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE

 
33

HEART RATE VARIABILITY AND FINNEGAN’S SCORE: A COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF NEONATAL ABSTINENCE SYNDROME
M. Nagiub, K. Alton, V. Avula, D. Macon, K. Hagglund, P. Anne
St. John Providence Children’s Hospital, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA
 

287
34

PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS AND OUTCOMES OF FETUSES WITH TRICUSPID ATRESIA SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE
R.A Bejiqi, R.J Retkoceri, N.E Zeka, H.X. Bejiqi, A.R. Retkoceri,
S.A Surdulli, N.F. Gashi, UCC of Kosovo, Pediatric Clinic, Prishtina, Kosovo
 

288
35

UNDER ESTIMATION OF ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECT CLOSURE DEVICE SIZE IN LARGE ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECTS REQUIRING DEVICES = 27 MM
H.I. Kandil, A. El Sisi, M. Ali, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt
 

289
36

CHARACTERIZATION AND EVALUATION OF DUCTUS ARTERIOSUS STENTING IN NEONATES AND INFANTS WITH DUCT-DEPENDENT CYANOTIC CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE
J.P. Rojas, E. Vallejo, A. Valencia
Universidad Libre Seccional Cali, Colombia
 

290
 

 

 
 

P308    Poster Session
REMOTE MONITORING IN CARDIOLOGY

 
37

USING THE IPHONE AS A HEART RHYTHM MONITOR. CAN I SEE P WAVES IN MY PHONE?
J.E. Banchs, M Sendra Ferrer, G.A. Baquero, S. Lentz,
D.L. Wolbrette, G.V. Naccarelli, M.D. Gonzalez, Penn State Hershey Heart & Vascular Institute, Hershey, PA, USA
 

291
 

 

 
13:30 - 18:00    
Board No.

 

 POSTER HALL

 

P401    Poster Session
NOVEL DIAGNOSTIC METHODS AND IMAGING TECHNIQUES

 
1

STENT STRUT COVERAGE ON FOLLOW-UP OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY ACCORDING TO THE TYPES OF STATINS OR LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN CHOLESTEROL LEVEL AFTER DRUG-ELUTING STENT IMPLANTATION
B.K. Kim, Y. Suh, J.S. Kim, D.H. Shin, Y.G. Ko, D. Choi, J. Jang, M.K. Hong
Severance Cardiovascular Hospital, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
 

349
2

THE ANATOMICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF EARLY NORMALIZATION OF THE ST DEPRESSION IN THE RECOVERY PERIOD
R. Chow, S. Chan, K. Gin, M. Gao, M. Bennett
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
 

350
3

EXAMINATION OF CAVI MEASUREMENT IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING INITIAL CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY
J. Ando, M. Myojyo, T. Tanaka, A. Kiyosue, Y. Higashikuni,
M. Takahashi, H. Fujita, H. Yamashita, I. Komuro
The University Tokyo Hospital, Tokyo, Japan
 

351
4

IS D DIMER TEST RELIABLE FOR DIAGNOSIS OF DEEP VENOUS THROMBOSIS?
T. Kon, T. Kurosu, Y. Sugiyama, J. Suzuki, E. Matsubara,
T. Matsubara, T. Tomaru, Toho University Medical Center Sakura Hospital, Japan
 

352
5

GLOBAL LONGITUDINAL STRAIN SPECKLE TRACKING IN CONSIDERING ADVERSE CARDIOVASCUALR EVENTS DURING FOLLOW SHORT TERM IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME
E. Ruiz, I. Marquez, W. Guanipa
“Dr. Domimgo Luciani” Hospital, IVSS. Caracas, Venezuela
 

353
6

USEFULNESS AND LIMITATION OF ANKLE-BRACHIAL INDEX FOR DIAGNOSIS OF PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE
M. Yamada, J. Suzuki, Y. Sugiyama, T. Matsubara, T. Kon,
T. Kurosu, T. Tomaru, Toho University Medical Center Sakura Hospital, Sakura, Japan

354
 

 

 
 

P402   Poster Session
INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY II

 
7

THE EFFECT OF THE LUNAR CYCLE ON ADMISSIONS FOR ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROMES TO A TERTIARY HEART HOSPITAL
J.M. Katz, S. Pollack, A.S. Katz
St. Francis Hospital-The Heart Center, Roslyn, NY, USA
 

054
8

EFFECTS OF RADIAL ARTERY ANATOMICAL VARIATIONS ON TRANSRADIAL CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
W.I. Khalife, S. Gilani, A. Charif, M. Bheemarasetti, A. Al Emam,
A. Kumar, S. Sudhakar, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA
 

355
9

RECANALIZATION OF CHRONIC TOTAL OCCLUSIONS BY A SYSTEM OF HIGH-FREQUENCY VIBRATION
L.A. Inigo Garcia, L. Fernandez-Lopez, T. Gil-Jimenez,
M. Pombo-Jimenez, M.A. Martinez-Rey, J.F. Munoz-Bellido,
O. Sanz-Vazquez, J.R. Siles-Rubio, A. Ramirez-Moreno,
F. Ruiz-Mateas, Hospital Costa del Sol, Marbella, MA, Spain
 

356
10

ENDOVASCULAR STENT MANAGEMENT OF ATHEROSCLEROTIC CAROTID ARTERY ANEURYSMAL DISEASE
G.A. Delgado, A.G. Truesdell, S.S. Madiraju, P.A. Soukas
Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA
 

357
11

PSEUDOANEURYSM OF THE ASCENDING AORTA FOLLOWING RIGHT CORONARY STENTING
J. Rubio Alvarez, J. Sierra Quiroga, B. Adrio Nazar, L. Reija Lopez, A. Granda Bauza, J.M. Martinez Cereijo, C. Rubio Taboada
University Hospital Santiago de Compostela, Spain Compostela, Spain

358
12

THE POSITIVE INFLUENCE OF EARLY TRAINING IN THE COMFORT LEVEL OF DOING DIAGNOSTIC ANGIOGRAPHY BY RADIAL ACCESS IN COMPARISON TO FEMORAL ACCESS
S. Gilani, M. Bheemarasetti, S. Selvin, A. Kumar, A.A. Al Emam,
S. Onguti, S. Cherry, A. Charif, W.I. Khalife, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA
 

359
 

 

 
 

P403    Poster Session
LIPIDS, LIPOPROTEIN DISORDERS AND CAD / TREATMENT OF DYSLIPOPROTEINEMIA

 
13

EFFECT OF THERAPEUTIC LIFESTYLE CHANGE ON HIGH DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN CHOLESTEROL IN PATIENTS WITH METABOLIC SYNDROME
S.H. Kim, H.L. Lee, G.J. Ahn, H.L. Kim, J.B. Seo, W.Y. Chung,
J.H. Zo, M.A. Kim, Seoul Boramae Medical Center, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
 

360
14

THE EVALUATION OF THE USE OF A LIPID TRACKING MATRIX TO IMPROVE PROVIDER ADHERENCE TO LIPID GUIDELINES
D. Ladd, S. McCrone, L. Hardman, Respiratory Motion Inc., USA

361
15

LIPOPROTEIN FRACTIONS AND SUBFRACTIONS AND PROTEASES IN POLOXAMER 407–INDUCED ACUTE LIPEMIA AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS
V.M. Loginova, T.A. Korolenko, T.P. Johnston, F.V. Tuzikov,
S.Y. Zhanaeva, N.V. Goncharova, Institute of Physiology SB RAMS, Novosibirsk, Russia

362
 

 

 
 

P404    Poster Session
HYPERTENSION, BASIC, CLINICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL

 
16

BLOOD PRESSURE (BP) RESPONSE TO EXERCISE IN PATIENTS WITH END STAGE RENAL FAILURE: IMPACT OF AUTONOMIC NEURAL CONTROL MECHANISMS
N. Arat, E Ermiţ, S Kahraman, B Kurt, S Apaydin, C Ciftci
Istanbul Bilim University, Department of Cardiology, Istanbul, Turkey

363
17

UNVEILING THE MYTH OF THE J-SHAPED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BLOOD PRESSURE AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK
R.C. Hermida, D.E. Ayala, A. Mojon, J.R. Fernandez, University of Vigo, Vigo, Spain

364
18

PARTICIPATION OF SENSORY NERVES IN DIFFERENT MODELS OF FRUCTOSE-INDUCED AND NO-DEFICIENT HYPERTENSION
V.K. Spiridonov, Z.S. Tolochko, T.A. Korolenko, Institute of Physiology, SB RAMS, Novosibirsk, Russia

365
19

SOME ISSUES ON ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION HEALTH CARE SERVICE IN MONGOLIA
B. Badrakh
, O. Radnaa , C. Ochir, B. Vanchin
Health Sciences University of Mongolia, School of Medicine, Mongolia

366
20

SYNERGIC EFFECTS OF LEVAMLODIPINE AND BISOPROLOL ON BLOOD PRESSURE REDUCTION, ORGAN PROTECTION AND STROKE PROTECTION IN RATS
G.Z Huang, Shanghai Sixth People’s Hospital, Shanghai, China

367
21

MALIGNANT HYPERTENSION WITH THROMBOTIC MICROANGIOPATHY
R. Sekar, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore
 

368
22

IMPACT OF HYPERTENSION ON CARDIAC FUNCTION AND EXERCISE CAPACITY IN WOMEN
M.S. Shin, B.R. Kim, J.G. Seo, J.G. Moon, W.J. Chung, T.H. Ahn
Gachon University Gil Hospital, Incheon, Korea
 

369
23

HYPERTENSIVE EMERGENCIES IN WINTERS
M.A. Zulqarnain, A. Ahmed, U. Exechukwu, D. Beard
Canton Medical Education Foundation, Canton, OH, USA
 

370
 

 

 
 

P405    Poster Session
PULMONARY CIRCULATION ASPECTS, PULMONARY HYPERTENSION

 
24

BODY MASS INDEX AND ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY IN PATIENTS DIAGNOSED WITH PULMONARY EMBOLISM
P. Charoenpong, P. Nambiar, A. Hussaini, C. Clarke
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Chicago, IL, USA
 

371
25

IMPACT OF CPAP TREATMENT ON EKG FINDINGS IN PATIENTS WITH SIGNIFICNAT OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA
A.A. Almomani, W.I. Khalifeh, A. Aljaafareh, A. Charif, S. Onguti, M. Alghrouz, S. Jokhio, A. Kumar
University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA
 

372
26

QRS COMPLEX MORPHOLOGY IN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA
V. Christos, L. Bacharova, R. Tisko, R. Tkacova
International Laser Center, Bratislava, Slovakia
 

373
27

USE OF A RESPIRATORY VOLUME MONITOR TO ASSESS RESPIRATORY COMPETENCE IN CARDIAC SURGERY PATIENTS AFTER EXTUBATION
S. Ianchulev, D. Ladd, C.M. MacNabb, N. Marengi, E. Cho,
J. Freeman, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, USA
 

374
28

STATINS THERAPY AND THE SEVERITY OF PULMONARY EMBOLISM
P. Charoenpong, K. Shahwan, N. Poowanawittayakom, C. Clarke
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Chicago, IL, USA
 

375
29

IMPACT OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA ON THE HEART STRUCTURE BY ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY FINDINGS
A.A. Almomani, W.I. Khalifeh, A. Aljaafareh, A. Charif, S. Onguti,
M. Alghrouz, S. Jokhio, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA

376
30

SILDENAFIL DECREASES PULMONARY HYPERTENSION AFTER ACUTE PULMONARY EMBOLISM IN CHRONIC HYPOXIA
R. Mizera, D. Hodyc, J. Herget
2nd Medical School, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
 

377
 

 

 
 

P406    Poster Session
CARDIOMYOPATHIES: PATHOGENESIS AND TREATMENT 

 
31

CLINICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF PHARMACOLOGICALLY INDUCED TAKOTSUBO SYNDROME: IMPLICATIONS FOR TREATMENT AND MECHANISMS
R.W. Murdock, K. Olson, A. Drewry, E. Nichols, J. Kaliebe,
D.K. Murdock, Des Moines University, Des Moines, IA, USA
 

378
32

IGNORE A TICK BITE AT YOUR HEART’S PERIL
J.B. Khanagavi, W.S. Aronow, J. Harburger, S. Sule
New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY, USA
 

379
33

DIFFERENTIATING ISCHAEMIC FROM IDIOPATHIC DILATED CARDIOMYOPATHY USING DIFFERENT ULTRASONIC MODALITIES
H.S. Taha, H.I. Kandil, H.H. Rizk, M.S. Elguindy
Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt
 

380
34

AN ASSOCIATION OF TAKOTSUBO CARDIOMYOPATHY AND USE OF ANTIDEPRESSANTS
J. Kim, A. Alsherdini, J.S. Chang, G.S. Abela
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA

381
35

PALPITATIONS AS AN UNUSUAL MANIFESTATION OF A MULTYSYSTEMIC DISEASE
J. Gilson, M. Krishnamurthy, K. Khalighi
Easton Hospital, Academic Affiliated Drexel University, Easton, PA, USA
 

382
36

DILATED CARDIOMYOPATHY IN BECKER MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY (CASE REPORT)
P.C. Ines, J.D.A. Magno, R.C. Manuel, A.V. Aquino
Adult Cardiology, Philippine Heart Center, Philippine Heart Center, Quezon City, Philippines
 

383
37

CLINICAL PROFILE, MANAGEMENT, AND OUTCOMES OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE REFERRED TO A TERTIARY CARE HEART FAILURE CLINIC IN SAUDI ARABIA: SUBSTUDY OF THE HEARTS REGISTRY
W.M. Al-Shaqha, A.A. Elasfar, K.F. AlHabib
Al Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
 

384
38

TAKOTSUBO SYNDROME (OR APICAL BALLOONING SYNDROME) SECONDARY TO ZOLMITRIPTAN
J. Garg, S. Devabhaktuni, H. Ahmad Westchester Medical Center, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY, USA
 

385
 

 

 
 

P407    Poster Session
ADVANCES IN CARDIAC SURGERY / REVASCULARIZATION 

 
39

EFFECTS OF IF CURRENT BLOCKER IVABRADINE IN HIGH AND INTERMEDIATE RISK PATIENTS UNDERGOING VASCULAR SURGERY
S.A Hussien, H.I. Kandil, K.S. Mustafa, E. Baligh, H. Khairy
Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt
 

386
40

CLINICAL OUTCOMES AND IMPACT ON LEFT VENTRICULAR FUNCTION, IN PATIENTS WITH MULTI-VESSEL DISEASE AND SEVERE LV DYSFUNCTION; A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION VERSUS CORONARYARTERY BYPASS GRAFTING: A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE FROM SAUDI ARABIA
N. Ejaz Khawaja, M. Ibrahim, M.R. Khalid, A.A. Alassal,
S. Alsomali, Z. AlHarfi, M.A. Youssef, S.R. Lawand
Prince Salman Heart Centre at King Fahad Medical City
, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia  

387
41

PERICARDIAL SYNOVIAL SARCOMA: CHALLENGES IN DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT
J.B. Khanagavi, W.S. Aronow, C.A. Puccio, D. Liu, S. Sule
New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY, USA
 

388
42

SUCCESSFUL ASPIRATION AND RHEOLYTIC THROMBECTOMY OF RENAL ARTERY INFARCTS
R. Khouzam, R.R. Attia, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN, USA
 

389
 

 

 

 


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