Insuffisance cardiaque et cardiomyopathies (Partie I)

Jeudi 12 Janvier 2017   08:30-18:00   Espace Posters
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08:30 • Fairouz Haloui
The impact of diurnal fasting during Ramadan on the lipid profile in patients with chronic heart failure
08:30 • Laurent Fauchier
Is there a white-coat effect for heart rate in heart failure? Characteristics and prognostic implications in patients with idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy 
08:30 • Anne-Sophie Canu
Results of a single center experience on 110 consecutive patients treated with Entresto (sacubitril/valsartan)
08:30 • Sonia M'Sadek
Description of the GP practices in optimizing chronic heart failure treatment after hospital discharge: current state and perspectives
Quality of life in outpatients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
08:30 • Amina Asadi
Prognostic significance of heart rate in patients with chronic heart failure with reduced ejection fraction
08:30 • François Roubille
Multi-marker strategy in heart failure: combination of ST2 and CRP predicts poor outcome
08:30 • Fouad Belamri
Epidemiological, clinical and etiological study of acute heart failure on a ten years period (2005-2014) in cardiology department of Hospital Issas Hassani of Algiers
08:30 • Dhohaer Inzouddine
Impact of social deprivation on heart failure and risk of early readmission after hospitalization for acute heart failure 
08:30 • Fairouz Haloui
The influence of female gender on the outcomes of heart failure with diabetes
08:30 • Kaoutar Kharbouche
Young vs adults heart failure, are there real differences?
Rehospitalization for heart failure at the University Hospital Center of Brazzaville
08:30 • Fatimazahra Sabri
The prevalence and characteristics of pulmonary hypertension and its prognosis value in chronic systolic heart failure: about 30106 cases from the Ibn rochd-HF Registry
08:30 • Iklo Coulibaly
Precipitating factors of cardiac decompensation in an african cardiolgical setting in patients suffering of heart failure
08:30 • Frédéric Mouquet
OBLIC: a nationwide French prospective cohort of heart failure ambulatory patients managed in private practice