This year we are preparing to meet you in Istanbul on Saturday, October 26, 2019, with the 6th edition of ACS: Advanced Cardiovascular Solutions Symposium. At every symposium, we make maximum efforts to keep the meeting progressive as well as keeping the scientific level high. At the end of each session, it is important for us to give clear messages and to provide clear answers to the questions of the participants. For this reason, we develop our meeting format at every symposium.
For the first time this year, advanced interventional courses will bring high-level operators together with cardiologists who want to advance their techniques and knowledge. We believe that these courses, which will be interactive with groups of 10 people, will be very efficient in terms of developing technical capabilities and sharing experiences.
Live case sessions have always been the sessions with the highest attention and debate. This year we will try to treat 2 complex cases with both didactic and practical information. We will place advanced technologies on the table with the latest information.
In the controversial topics session, we would like to discuss the issue of bleeding in cardiovascular cases. We will try to produce and discuss the strategies that can be applied in patients with AF, coronary procedures and who have a history of bleeding. We aim to discuss our medication and device preferences in full detail.
We would like to discuss coronary, structural and peripheral cases in a separate hall in the complex cases session. We want to carry our experiences, the limitations of the laboratory and the practical solutions we find to the symposium with all sincerity. We can learn a lot from each other.
There are many reasons to meet at ACS19. But we believe that friendship is as important as science that makes us come together. Hope to meet you at ACS19.
Alp Burak Catakoglu, MD
On Behalf of the ACS19 Board
Advanced Cardiovascular Solutions
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