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6th Global Experts Meeting on Cardiology and Cardiovascular Pharmacology

Theme: Drugs Affecting the Rhythm of Heart

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Who should attend?

Cardiologists Cardiac Surgeons University Professors Various Societies and their members Institutes-Medical Schools Academicians: University Faculties, Research Scholars, and Scientists involved

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Cardiac Pharmacology 2017 focusing on the advanced technologies to save heart and life.  Working with doctors, scientists, and other subject matter experts, creates awareness that effectively and clearly  explains Vascular interventions, Trans catheter valve technology, Congenital heart  treatments, Coronary interventions, Heart stroke prevention.

Heart is a muscular organ; it is size of a closed fist. Responsibility of heart is pumping blood through the blood vessels by recurrent, rhythmic contractions. The heart is consisting of cardiac muscle, an involuntary muscle tissue. The term "cardiac" means "related to the heart”. It is a four-chambered, double pump and is located in the thoracic cavity between the lungs. The cardiac muscle is own conduction system. This is in contrast with skeletal muscle, which requires either conscious or reflex nervous stimuli. The heart's rhythmic contractions occur instinctively, although heart rate can be changed by nervous or hormonal influence such as exercise or the perception of danger

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Ben Tennyson
cardiacpharmacology@conferenceseries.net

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