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“Varna Cardiological Days” Conference Will Be Held on 13 and 14 March near Varna

The Training and Research Sector of Cardiology at the Department of Internal Medicine of MU-Varna and the Clinic of Cardiology at University Hospital "St. Marina" - Varna organize "Varna Cardiological Days" Conference for a consecutive year. The forum, which will take place on 13 and 14 March 2015, at Slanchev Den (Sunny Day) Resort near Varna, will be attended by cardiologists from Eastern Bulgaria and Varna. Prof. B. Ikonomov from the Clinic of Nephrology, Prof. K. Hristozov and Dr. M. Bachvarova from the Clinic of Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases, Prof. A. Kaprelyan from the Second Clinic of Neurology, as well as the teams of the Clinics of Cardiology and the Clinic of Cardiac Surgery will be among the lecturers at the scientific event.

Important theoretical and practical issues of arterial hypertension treatment, heart failure and acute coronary syndrome are to be discussed in order to enhance the knowledge about the innovations concerning behavior in heart disease and comorbidities. Furthermore, issues related to the significance of hyperuricemia in the development of chronic kidney disease and CVD, as well as cardiovascular complications of thyroid disorders and cerebral complications of CVD will be discussed.

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are socially significant diseases, and they are the main cause of death and disability not only in the world but also in Bulgaria. CVD are often accompanied, or complicated, or caused by diseases in the other organs and systems, such as kidneys, thyroid and pancreas, brain and others. This requires an interdisciplinary approach to diagnosis and treatment. The continuous scientific success in the field of Cardiology, the introduction of new high-tech methods of diagnosis and treatment of CVD, as well as the priority introduction of their prevention in our society require continuing professional knowledge enrichment with the modern achievements of Cardiology science and practice.

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