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Cardiovascular Research Technologies (CRT) 2013 Women & Heart Disease Luncheon Symposium


Washington, District of Columbia
http://www.crtmeeting.org/default.aspx
Cardiovascular Research Technologies (CRT) 2013 will take place 
from February 23 - 26, 2013 in Washington DC. This year’s conference 
will be the most comprehensive to date. CRT 2013 has many 
new and exciting features, including a new, cutting-edge Valve & Structural 
Heart track, in addition to its standard five subject areas -- Coronary, Endovascular, Science, Technology and Nurse & Tech. 
Also new this year will be the Essentials of Clinical Research course as well as more exciting hands-on workshops and simulations.

Schedule of Presentations:

Sunday, February 24, 2013
06:00:00 New Presentation
11:40:00 Women & Heart Disease Luncheon Symposium | WOMEN & HEART DISEASE LUNCHEON SYMPOSIUM Ron Waksman, Alice K. Jacobs
11:45:00 Women & Heart Disease Luncheon Symposium | Lunch
12:15:00 Women & Heart Disease Luncheon Symposium | Keynote Address: TBA
12:35:00 Women & Heart Disease Luncheon Symposium | European and Global Awareness of Heart Disease in Women
12:45:00 Women & Heart Disease Luncheon Symposium | Identifying Heart Disease in the OB/GYN Clinic Roxana Mehran
13:00:00 Women & Heart Disease Luncheon Symposium | Why Radial Access Should Be the Default for Women Undergoing PCI
13:10:00 Women & Heart Disease Luncheon Symposium | Should the Indication for Cardiothoracic Surgery Be Different in Women? Jennifer Ellis
13:20:00 Women & Heart Disease Luncheon Symposium | Atrial Fibrillation in Women: Epidemiology and Management
13:30:00 Women & Heart Disease Luncheon Symposium | Panel Discussion: Should There Be Alternative Cardiac Management Strategies Dependent upon Gender Daisy F. Lazarous, Ron Waksman, Sunil V. Rao, Roxana Mehran, Jennifer Ellis, Susan Bennett
14:00:00 Women & Heart Disease Luncheon Symposium | Adjourn
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