Indonesian Society of Cardiovascular Imaging Annual Meeting (ISCI)

GUIDING THERAPIES FOR BETTER CLINICAL
OUTCOMES





BACKGROUND

Indonesia Society of Cardiovascular Imaging (ISCI) is a working group committed to continuously promote scientific exchange on every aspect of cardiovascular imaging. Our scientific meeting is designed to provide a comprehensive and clinically update on cardiovascular imaging field. This two-day program is the 2nd National ISCI annual symposium and workshop that will be held as a part of The 30th Annual Scientific Meeting of Indonesian Heart Association (ASMIHA). This program is designed to keep up with the recent advances in cardiovascular imaging techniques linked with coronary and structural intervention.

The experts and specialists in the different cardiac imaging modalities will be brought together to give state of the art lectures on the latest advances, evidence based application of imaging in daily clinical practice, and interactive panel discussions about specific clinical cases. Attendees will also have the opportunity to hone their skills with hands-on sessions and small-group workshop.The first day workshop will look into multimodality imaging in management of arrhythmia, while the second day will focus on coronary artery disease.

The Covid-19 pandemic had shifted the world’s point of view on how to organize a high quality scientific meeting with minimal risk for every person who contributed. Everybody is well versed in the arts of virtual meeting and very comfortable doing so. In the light of recent risks involved with a mass gathering, virtual meeting is the safest way to ensure continuing medical education for most health practitioners in Indonesia. This mini symposium and workshop offers an excellent opportunity for you to interact with experts and leaders working in the cardiovascular field.



PROGRAMS







ISCI Workshop on Multimodality Cardiac Imaging in Arrhythmia


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ISCI Mini Symposium
(Day 1 & Day 2)



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ISCI Workshop on Multimodality Cardiac Imaging in Coronary Artery Disease

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