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9 January 2021–9 January 2022 New Ultrasonographic Techniques for the Study of the Inferior Vena Cava to Guide Patient Management in Different Clinical Contexts


The echography of the inferior vena cava (IVC) by Ultrasound (US) registration is a fast and noninvasive technique to deduce many clinical information. It is largely used by clinicians operating in various specializations and in various clinical contexts, both in diagnostics and in patient monitoring.

This conference is focused on the many applications of the US investigation of the IVC. It is made up of three interdisciplinary parts. The first will discuss the noninvasive methods to study the IVC, comparing the state of the art clinical method with innovative US video processing techniques, developed as part of a recent research project. Such techniques are expected to be used in the near future thanks to the technological development of US systems, currently in strong growth. The second will offer an overview of the applications in internal medicine, emergency, nephrology and anesthesia. The last module will instead concern the use of this technology in the field of cardiology, in particular in heart failure (for congestion assessment). A further future application of this new technology will also be discussed: the estimation of arterial stiffness.

The online conference will have a fast pace, characterized by interdisciplinary interventions of short duration, getting straight to the point. The speakers have a heterogeneous background, which includes several clinical specialties and various branches of engineering.

18–19 February 2022 6th International 4 Corners of Cardiology Meeting

Sydney, Australia

On behalf of the 4 Corners of Cardiology (4CC) Organising Committee, we would like to extend an invitation for you to attend the Sixth International 4CC Meeting, which will be held on 18–19 February 2022 at the InterContinental Hotel in Sydney, Australia.

The focus of 4CC 2022 will be on high-level updates, debates, hot topics, and future research directions, focusing on four key areas of cardiovascular medicine:

  • Risk factors and prevention;
  • Acute coronary syndromes (ACS);
  • Arrhythmias;
  • Heart failure.

This biennial meeting was founded in 2012 as a collaboration between Australia and Europe, driven particularly by Professor Henry Krum, whose legacy remains remembered by educational scholarships that are provided by 4CC.

4CC 2020 brought together leading cardiac specialists, doctors and academics from across the globe to review and present on the four corners of cardiology. 4CC 2022 promises to be another outstanding meeting—and will be one of the first face-to-face cardiovascular meetings since the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions.

This world-class 2-day cardiology meeting will feature a cutting-edge program delivered by leading international and local speakers.

We look forward to seeing you at the meeting.

17–20 July 2022 15th International Neurotrauma Symposium

Berlin, Germany

The Symposium of the International Neurotrauma Society is a truly international meeting of minds at the forefront of research in brain and spinal cord injury, showcasing equally the basic and clinical sciences in a model of what the best translational research can be, from concussion to craniectomy, edema to electrocorticography, imaging to inflammation, metabolomics to microdialysis, and everything else in between. The aim is to reflect a perfect balance of plenary lectures given by invited leaders across the wide expanse of the field, papers disseminating the latest cutting-edge research, seminars on global initiatives, and platforms for young investigators in neurotrauma science in the meeting program.

This would be the second time the meeting is held in Germany and there is no better place for this to happen than in Berlin, well known as one of the most exciting and vibrant cities not only in Europe but also in the world. Berlin’s advantages as a conference venue include, in particular, the city’s scientific landscape.

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