ESC CONGRESS 2015

29 August - 02 September 2015, London - United Kingdom

Session Details

Poster session 7: Mitral valve disease
Tue 01 Sep 14:00 - 18:00 Mitral valve disease Poster Session Poster area - Poster Area

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14:00P6363Noninvasive estimation of left ventricular filling pressure in patients with mitral regurgitation: a speckle tracking echocardiography studyYoshiaki KAWASE (Gifu, Japan)
14:00P6364Long-term follow-up after percutaneous mitral valve repair using the mitraclip systemAdrian ATTINGER (Zurich, Switzerland)
14:00P6365Predictors of exercise capacity in asymptomatic patients with significant primary mitral regurgitation undergoing stress echocardiographyMilind DESAI (Cleveland, United States of America)
14:00P6367Predictors of long term outcome post surgical treatment of ischemic mitral regurgitation -results from polish multicenter registry-PIMARTomasz KUKULSKI (Zabrze, Poland)
14:00P6368Mitral valve prolapse: crosstalk between human valve endothelial and interstitial cellsPaola SONGIA (Milan, Italy)
14:00P6369Is left ventricular systolic dysfunction a prognostic determinant of patients undergoing mitraclip?Hidehiro KANEKO (Tokyo, Japan)
14:00P6371Infective endocarditis: absence of microbiological diagnosis is an independent risk factor for inhospital mortality.Manuel MARTINEZ-SELLES (Madrid, Spain)
14:00P6362Impact of new echocardiographic scoring system for predicting procedural outcome of percutaneous trasmitral valvuloplasty in patients with rheumatic mitral stenosisSang Jin HA (Gangneung, KR)
14:00P6366Left ventricular function analysis with 2D and 3D speckle tracking in secondary mitral regurgitation treated with transcatheter mitral valve repair with the MitraClip systemChristoph HAMMERSTINGL (Bonn, DE)
14:00P6370Long-term outcome and change of right ventricular function in patients with LVEF < 25% after MitraClip-implantation: comparison between left ventricular dysfunction alone and biventricular dysfunctionAkihiro ISOTANI (Kitakyushu, JP)