30 August - 03 September 2014, Barcelona - Spain

Session Details

Poster session 5: Supportive and palliative care
Mon 01 Sep 14:00 - 18:00 Heart failure, other Poster Session Poster area - Central Village

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List of Presentations

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14:00P4637Palliative care in cardiological patients, a forgotten problemMaria Dolores LLEDO CANDELA (Elche, ES)
14:00P4638Palliative care in heart failure: a multicenter prevalence analysis.Paloma GASTELURRUTIA (Badalona, ES)
14:00P4639Advanced heart failure support: a new teaching methodologyManoel Fernandes CANESIN (Londrina, BR)
14:00P4640Change in readmissions and follow-up visits due to introduction of heart failure clinic and heart failure computer program in a general hospital between year 2007 and 2012Apolon MAROLT (Mozirje, SI)
14:00P4641Prevalence of depression, frequency of antidepressant pharmacotherapy and survival in systolic heart failure patientsJulia WALLENBORN (Wuerzburg, DE)
14:00P4642Feasibility and accuracy of nurse performed pocket-size ultrasound imaging of the pleura and vena cava inferior to assess volume state in patients with heart failure in an outpatient clinicGuri Holmen GUNDERSEN (Levanger, NO)
14:00P4643Good management of patients with heart failure: what matters?Stefano URBINATI (Bologna, IT)
14:00P4644Advanced heart failure support: a new teaching methodology.Manoel Fernandes CANESIN (Londrina, BR)
14:00P4645Treatment of patients with heart failure by following international guidelines: first results from the RUssian hoSpital Heart Failure Registry (RUS-HFR)Maria SITNIKOVA (St-Petersburg, RU)
14:00P4646Advance care planning for patients hospitalised for heart failure in a multiethnic south east asian cohortChia Lee NEO (Singapore, SG)
14:00P4647Patient-centered home-based management of heart failure, findings from a randomized clinical trial evaluating effects on knowledge, self -care and quality of life.Hans PERSSON (Stockholm, SE)
14:00 Hospitalisations for heart failure- are we getting to the heart of the matter? A study of irish heart failure admissions