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Endorsed by
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Clinical
& Interventional
Cardiology
President:
Michele M. Gulizia, MD, FESC
ADVANCE PROGRAM
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CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
2015
PRESIDENT
Michele M. Gulizia, MD, FESC
ORGANIZED BY
Cardiology Division
“Garibaldi-Nesima” Hospital
Catania, Italy
SCIENTIFIC SECRETARIAT
Michele M. Gulizia
Director Cardiology Division
“Garibaldi-Nesima” Hospital - Catania, Italy
CONGRESS VENUE
Sheraton Catania Hotel
& Conference Center
Via Antonello da Messina, 45
Aci Castello - Catania, Italy
OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
The Meeting’s official languages are English and Italian
(simultaneous translation will be provided).
I would like to invite you to attend the 7th edition of the Mediterranean Cardiology
Meeting (MCM), April 18-20, 2015 in Catania (Italy).
Over 1200 participants attended our last meeting with also strong international participation
which confirmed the highest interest aroused by this biannual meeting.
An outstanding Faculty, selected between the leading experts on these fields, will provide the
highest quality teaching with new interactive programs and happenings.
Thorough multidisciplinary Courses, Symposia, Debates on Controversial Topics, Clinical
Tutorials, Luncheon Panels, Focus on, Meet-the-Expert Sessions, Interactive Cases-Review
from Faculty and Attendance,Televoter Sessions, Intercultural Exchanges,Abstract and Poster
Sessions the meeting will highlight the current state and the prospective developments for
the treatment of: Atrial Fibrillation, Sudden Cardiac Death, Heart Failure, Acute Coronary
Syndromes, Global Cardiovascular Prevention, Arterial Hypertension, Pharmacological
Therapy, Syncope, Congenital Heart Disease, Cardiac Monitoring Technologies and
Genetics.
The main target of the meeting is to give the latest update on Clinical &
Interventional Cardiology and it is addressed to cardiologists, internists, first aid
clinicians, physicians of general medicine, fellows, nurses and technicians with high interest
in the whole management of cardiac pathologies.
Catania,as one of the most famous historical and cultural locations in the whole Mediterranean
area, is the ideal setting for this meeting. It is a particularly lively and fascinating town,
rich in marvellous examples of typically Sicilian baroque style, as well as one of the main
economic and educational centres in the island, and a key hub of the technological industry.
This beautiful city, full of colours, perfumes and flavours, is suspended between the deep blue
of the Ionian Sea and the majestic shape of Etna
volcano, which dominates the town from afar.
Looking forward to seeing you in Catania,
sincerely
Michele M. Gulizia, MD, FESC
President Mediterranean Cardiology Meeting
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Scientific Committee
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Angelo Auricchio (Switzerland)
Gianluca Botto (Italy)
Eugene Braunwald (USA)
Michele Brignole (Italy)
Joseph Brugada (Spain)
Riccardo Cappato (Italy)
Paul Casale (USA)
Matteo Di Biase (Italy)
Giuseppe Di Pasquale (Italy)
Bulent Gorenek (Turkey)
Michele M. Gulizia (Italy)
Karl Heinz Kuck (Germany)
Aldo P. Maggioni (Italy)
Attilio Maseri (Italy)
Jay Metha (USA)
Andrea Natale (USA)
Ali Oto (Turkey)
Eli I. Ovsyshcher (Israel)
Fausto J. Pinto (Portugal)
Antonio Raviele (Italy)
Renato Pietro Ricci (Italy)
Francesco Romeo (Italy)
Massimo Santini (Italy)
Marino Scherillo (Italy)
Organizing Committee
Michele M. Gulizia
Mario Audoly
Concetto Cacia
Nunzia R. Cardillo
Giuseppe Di Guardo
Giuseppina Maura Francese
Daniele Mangiameli
Anna Portale
Salvatore Raciti
Natascia Savoca
Silvana Anastasi
Giuseppe Di Dio
Giuditta Gianì
Cardiology Division
Garibaldi - Nesima Hospital - Catania, Italy
Advisory Board
Maurizio Abrignani (Italy)
Gianfranco Alunni (Italy)
Antonio F. Amico (Italy)
Fabrizio Ammirati (Italy)
Angelo Auricchio (Switzerland)
Alessandro Biffi (Italy)
Giuseppe Boriani (Italy)
Gianluca Botto (Italy)
Michele Brignole (Italy)
Joseph Brugada (Spain)
Pasquale Caldarola (Italy)
Valeria Calvi (Italy)
Salvatore Campione (Italy)
Roberto Caporale (Italy)
Riccardo Cappato (Italy)
Paul Casale (USA)
Giancarlo Casolo (Italy)
Domenico Catanzariti (Italy)
Giacomo Chiarandà (Italy)
Gennaro Cice (Italy)
Furio Colivicchi (Italy)
Pietro Delise (Italy)
Matteo Di Biase (Italy)
Andrea Di Lenarda (Italy)
Giuseppe Di Pasquale (Italy)
Giuseppe Di Tano (Italy)
Francesco Furlanello (Italy)
Domenico Gabrielli (Italy)
Angelo Gambera (Italy)
Gianfranco Gensini (Italy)
Giovanna Geraci (Italy)
Franco Giada (Italy)
Bulent Gorenek (Turkey)
Michele M. Gulizia (Italy)
Giuseppe Inama (Italy)
Helmut Klein (Germany)
Karl Heinz Kuck (Germany)
Maurizio Eugenio Landolina (Italy)
Maurizio Lunati (Italy)
Aldo Pietro Maggioni (Italy)
Attilio Maseri (Italy)
Anna Vittoria Mattioli (Italy)
Gianfranco Mazzotta (Italy)
Jay Metha (USA)
Vincenzo Montemurro (Italy)
Loredana Morichelli (Italy)
Ernesto Mossuti (Italy)
Franco Naccarella (Italy)
Federico Nardi (Italy)
Andrea Natale (USA)
Salvatore Novo (Italy)
Ali Oto (Turkey)
Eli I. Ovsyshcher (Israel)
Giuseppe Palazzo (Italy)
Vittorio Panno (Italy)
Leonardo Patanè (Italy)
Pasquale Perrone Filardi (Italy)
Fausto J. Pinto (Portugal)
Salvatore Pirelli (Italy)
Calogero Puntrello (Italy)
Antonio Raviele (Italy)
Renato Pietro Ricci (Italy)
Carmine Riccio (Italy)
Carla Riganti (Italy)
Francesco Romeo (Italy)
Massimo Santini (Italy)
Maurizio Santomauro (Italy)
Marino Scherillo (Italy)
Gianfranco Sinagra (Italy)
Christian Sticherling (Switzerland)
Corrado Tamburino (Italy)
Pier Luigi Temporelli (Italy)
Sakis Themistoclakis (Italy)
Salvatore Tolaro (Italy)
Giovanni Battista Zito (Italy)
Massimo Zoni Berisso (Italy)
Guerrino Zuin (Italy)
Allied Professionals Course Coordinators
Giuseppina Maura Francese (Italy), Angelo Gambera (Italy),
Loredana Morichelli (Italy)
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ENDORSEMENT
& AUSPICES
Endorsed by:
EHRA - European Heart Rhythm Association,
a Registered Branch of the ESC
FIC - Federazione Italiana di Cardiologia
WSA - World Society of Arrhythmias
Under the auspices of:
GIEC - Gruppo Intervento
Emergenze Cardiologiche
AIAC - Associazione
Italiana di Aritmologia e
Cardiostimolazione
GISE - Società Italiana di
Cardiologia Invasiva
ANCE - Associazione
Italiana Cardiologi
Extraospedalieri
ISE - International Society
of Electrocardiology
ANMCO - Associazione
Nazionale Medici
Cardiologi Ospedalieri
SIC - Società Italiana di
Cardiologia
ARCA - Associazioni
Regionali Cardiologi
Ambulatoriali
SIC SPORT - Società
Italiana di Cardiologia
dello Sport
AA
Arrhythmia Alliance
SOLAECE - Sociedad
Latinoamericana de
Estimulacion Cardiaca y
Electrofisiologia
ECAS - European Cardiac
Arrhythmia Society
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FACULTY
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
2015
M. Abrignani (Trapani, Italy)
G. Agnelli (Perugia, Italy)
F. Ammirati (Ostia, Italy)
S. Berti (Massa, Italy)
M. Biffi (Bologna, Italy)
L. Bolognese (Arezzo, Italy)
G. Boriani (Bologna, Italy)
D. Brancaccio (Milan, Italy)
L. Calò (Rome, Italy)
D. Capodanno (Catania, Italy)
R. Caporale (Cosenza, Italy)
A. Capucci (Ancona, Italy)
G. Casolo (Viareggio, Italy)
G. Casu (Nuoro, Italy)
G. Ciaramitaro (Palermo, Italy)
G. Cice (Naples, Italy)
F. Colivicchi (Rome, Italy)
C. Cuccia (Brescia, Italy)
A. Curcio (Catanzaro, Italy)
P. Delise (Conegliano Veneto, Italy)
L. De Luca (Rome, Italy)
L. De Nicola (Naples, Italy)
A. Di Lenarda (Trieste, Italy)
G. Di Pasquale (Bologna, Italy)
G. Geraci (Palermo, Italy)
U. Giordano (Palermo, Italy)
C. Greco (Rome, Italy)
M. M. Gulizia (Catania, Italy)
G. Iervasi (Pisa, Italy)
T. Infusino (Catanzaro, Italy)
M. Landolina (Milan, Italy)
M. Lunati (Milan, Italy)
G. Luzzi (Bari, Italy)
A.P. Maggioni (Florence, Italy)
E. Manzato (Padova, Italy)
A. Margonato (Milan, Italy)
C. Martignani (Bologna, Italy)
G. Mazzotta (La Spezia, Italy)
V. Montemurro (Reggio Calabria, Italy)
L. Morichelli (Rome, Italy)
G. Mureddu (Rome, Italy)
S. Novo (Palermo, Italy)
E. Occhetta (Novara, Italy)
R.A. Osanna (Potenza, Italy)
P. Perrone Filardi (Naples, Italy)
E. Pisanò (Lecce, Italy)
A. Rapacciuolo (Naples, Italy)
C. Rapezzi (Bologna, Italy)
A. Raviele (Mestre, Italy)
R.P. Ricci (Rome, Italy)
F. Romeo (Rome, Italy)
R. Rossini (Bergamo, Italy)
M. Scherillo (Benevento, Italy)
L. Testa (Milan, Italy)
M. Uguccioni (Rome)
S. Urbinati (Bologna, Italy)
R. Verlato (Camposampiero, Italy)
S. Viani (Pisa, Italy)
This faculty list may change due to pending confirmation from invited speakers.
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PROGRAM
AT A GLANCE
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PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
SATURDAY APRIL 18
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Sat, April 18
PEGASO Room
ETNA Room
CALIPSO Room
Timo Alto Room
7.30 - 9.00
Registration
Registration
Allied Professional Registration
Registration
9.00 - 10.30
Minicourse
Aortic valve pathology today
Interactive Minicourse
Risk Stratification
in Primary Prevention
Allied Professional Program
Nursing management of
cardiovascular drugs
10.30 - 11.00
Exhibition Visit & Coffee Break
Exhibition Visit & Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.00
Focus on
Discovering the second generation of S-ICD
12.00 - 13.00
Controversies on
Dronedarone: Guide Lines and Therapeutic
Plan, a glaring dichotomy between Clinical
Evidences and Regulatory restrictions
Interactive Symposium
Allied Professional Program
The management of the patient with
Organizational aspects and
Stable CAD: the benefits of the new
management in arrhythmology therapeutic approach
Nursing in hemodynamic
Casual Morning Meeting
Navigating the evidence:
are all NOACs the same?
Hyperphosphatemia: a real “double-face matter”?
13.00 - 14.30
Luncheon Panel
14.30 - 15.00
Exhibition Visit & Coffee Break
15.00 - 16.30
ESC-EHRA
Joint Symposium
16.30 - 17.00
Plenary Lecture
17.00 - 18.30
Opening Ceremony
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Interactive Luncheon Panel
Different therapeutical approach in
patients with NSTEMI PCI and in
those with pharmacological therapy
Interactive Symposium
Rivaroxaban: practical experience
examples and sharing clinical cases
Casual Meeting
The revolution of biological drugs
in cardiology: new perspectives
for high risk patients
Allied Professional Program
Update in electrophysiology
and cardiac pacing - Prevention
of infection in cardiology and
cardiac surgery
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Casual Afternoon Meeting
Home Monitoring in clinical
practice: the role of physician
and nurse
PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
SUNDAY APRIL 19
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Sun, April 19
PEGASO Room
9.00 - 10.30
ECG Corner
The Art of the 12-lead ECG.
The basis of daily diagnosis
interactive resolution of ECG cases
ETNA Room
Interactive Symposium
Management of dyslipidemia in
high cardiovascular risk patients:
two clinical cases
10.30 - 11.00
Exhibition Visit & Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.30
Symposium
Getting the most out of the latest available
technologies in order to optimize
daily clinical practice
12.30 - 13.00
Lecture
Therapeutic Target of Uricaemia
and impact on Health Care Costs
13.00 - 14.30
Luncheon Panel
Patients with high CV risk and
hypercholesterolemia:
old unresolved problems, new solutions
Interactive Luncheon Panel
14.30 - 15.00
Exhibition Visit
Exhibition Visit
15.00 - 16.30
Symposium
The use of large Registries for Quality
Improvement for patients with Coronary Artery
Disease or Cardiac Arrhythmias
16.30 - 17.00
Lecture
Thyroid hormone treatment in heart failure:
when and how?
17.00 - 17.30
Lecture
Inflammation in atherosclerosis- do we need to treat it?
17.30 - 19.00
Meet the Expert
The Heart in Neoplastic patients
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Interactive Symposium
Unmet needs and current
practice of stroke prevention in
non valvular atrial fibrillation
Interactive Symposium
Novel trials and new horizons
with dabigatran: protecting
patients at high risk of stroke
CALIPSO Room
Timo Alto Room
Allied Professional Program
NAO in nonvalvular atrial fibrillation
Exhibition Visit & Coffee Break
Allied Professional Program
Joint Session:
Education as a tool to enhance the
health care allied professionals Nurse and heart failure
Allied Professional Program
Nursing care in non-invasive
ventilation
Lecture
A defibrillator to bring down mortality:
state of the art (S-ICD)
Interactive Meet the Expert
10 Interactive Question / Answers
on Pulmonary Hypertension &
Pulmonary Embolism
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Casual Morning Meeting
Longevity, Mini-ICD, S-ICD:
the right device for every
patient. What is the best
choice?
Casual Morning Meeting
Rivaroxaban: operating
instructions
Casual Afternoon Meeting
Dyslipidemic patients:
from acute setting to long
term management of
cardiovascular risk
Casual Afternoon Meeting
Management of High Risk
Cardiovascular Patients
PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
MONDAY APRIL 20
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Mon, April 20
PEGASO Room
ETNA Room
CALIPSO Room
9.00 - 10.30
Minicourse
TAVI and MITRACLIP:
how to select the Ideal Candidate
Interactive Minicourse
Pediatric Cardiology: the real
needs for daily practice
BLS-D Course
physician
10.30 - 11.00
Exhibition Visit & Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.30
Symposium
Which oral antiplatelet agents in ACS-PCI
patients? Unmet Needs and Possible Solutions
Interactive Symposium
Heart & Sport: 10 Question /
Answers on Cardiac Evaluation at
Different Age and Different Sports
12.30 - 13.30
Focus on
Chest Pain: do we still need a CP Unit
or can we integrate it in Cardiology?
Lecture
Changing the face of
anticoagulation: 2 years of
Dabigatran in Italy
13.30 - 15.00
Luncheon Panel
Interactive Luncheon Panel
15.00 - 16.30
Symposium
The Management of Antiplatelet and
Anticoagulant Therapy in Surgery
Interactive Symposium
Atrial Fibrillation & Heart Failure
Focus on
ICD implanted patients: balance between
Benefit & Complication
Interactive Focus On
Do we need Cardiopulmonary
Test in All Heart Failure
patients?
16.30 - 17.30
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Timo Alto Room
Casual Morning Meeting
New perspectives in the
prevention of thromboembolic
risk in Atrial Fibrillation
Exhibition Visit & Coffee Break
BLS-D Course
physician
Casual Morning Meeting
Innovation in Arrhythmology
Lunch
BLS-D Course
physician
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CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
2015
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
APRIL 18, 2015
Legend
PEGASO ROOM
ETNA ROOM
CALIPSO room
TIMO ALTO room
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Saturday, April 18
7.30 - 9.00 Registration
9.00 - 10.30 Minicourse
Saturday, April 18
Secretariat Desk
9.00 - 10.30 Interactive Minicourse
Etna Room
Pegaso Room
Risk Stratification in Primary Prevention
AORTIC VALVE PATHOLOGY TODAY
Valvular repair
Traditional surgery: which prothesis?
TAVI
The sutureless
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Saturday, April 18
Pegaso Room
11.00 - 12.00 Focus on Discovering the second generation of S-ICD
Chairmen: U. Giordano (Palermo), E. Occhetta (Novara)
Speakers: A. Curcio (Catanzaro), S. Viani (Pisa)
Saturday, April 18
11.00 - 13.00 Interactive Symposium Etna Room
The management of the patient with Stable CAD:
the benefits of the new therapeutic approach
- New ESC guideline 2013: diagnosis and risk stratification
- Therapeutic approach in Stable CAD: which news from ANMCO/GICR-IACPR/
GISE Consensus
Clinical Cases
- Diabetic patient with Stable CAD and with no possible revascularization
- Elder patient with previous infarction and Stable CAD with comorbidity
- Patient with microvascular angina
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Saturday, April 18
11.30 - 13.00 Casual Morning Meeting Timo Alto Room
Navigating the evidence: are all NOACs the same?
Chairmen: F. Romeo (Rome), TBA
Saturday, April 18
12.00 - 13.00 Controversies on Pegaso Room
Dronedarone: Guide Lines and Therapeutic Plan, a glaring
dichotomy between Clinical Evidences and Regulatory
restrictions
Chairmen: M.M. Gulizia (Catania), A. Raviele (Mestre)
Stroke prevention in NVAF patients: challenges in clinical practice
F. Ammirati (Ostia)
Pro: A. Capucci (Ancona)
Cons: G. Boriani (Bologna)
Rationale for NOAC dosing strategies: the apixaban case
P. Perrone Filardi (Naples)
HYPERPHOSPHATEMIA: A REAL “DOUBLE-FACE MATTER”?
Chairmen: D. Brancaccio (Milan), TBA
- No, It’s a pure Kidney disease!
L. De Nicola (Naples)
- Yes, It’s a Kidney-Cardio disease!
G. Cice (Naples)
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Saturday, April 18
Saturday, April 18
13.00 - 14.30 Luncheon Panel Pegaso Room
13.00 - 14.30 Casual Meeting Timo Alto Room
The revolution of biological drugs in cardiology: new
perspectives for high risk patients
13.00 - 14.30 Interactive Luncheon Panel
Etna Room
Different therapeutical approach in patients with NSTEMI PCI and
in those with pharmacological therapy
Chairmen: G. Mazzotta (La Spezia), TBA
Discerning criteria for choosing reperfusion strategy
R.A. Osanna (Potenza)
Chairmen: M.M. Gulizia (Catania), F. Romeo (Rome)
Cardiovascular prevention in Italy: where we are today and where we need to be
G. Mureddu (Rome)
Statin intolerance and adherence management
V. Montemurro (Reggio Calabria)
Role of PCSK9i in the “difficult” cardiovascular prevention
C. Rapezzi (Bologna)
Updates about medical management (of ACS)
TBA
Therapeutic options and prognosis of NSTEMI patient not eligible for
invasive strate
G. Casolo (Viareggio, LU)
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Saturday, April 18
Saturday, April 18
15.00 - 16.30 ESC-EHRA Joint Symposium Pegaso Room
Chairmen: G. Di Pasquale (Bologna), M. Uguccioni (Rome)
15.00 - 16.30 Casual Meeting Timo Alto Room
Evidences from Dresda registry
L. Calò (Rome)
Home Monitoring in clinical practice:
the role of physician and nurse
14.30 - 16.30 Interactive Symposium
Etna Room
Rivaroxaban: real life experience e clinical cases sharing
Chairmen: F. Ammirati (Ostia), TBA
Interactive discussion of clinical cases in stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation
and treatment of pulmonary embolism
Speakers: R.P. Ricci (Rome) L. Morichelli (Rome)
Atrial Fibrillation clinical cases:
First case
G. Casu (Nuoro)
Second case
G. Boriani (Bologna)
Pulmonary embolism
C. Cuccia (Brescia)
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CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
2015
Saturday, April 18
16.30 - 17.00 Plenary Lecture Pegaso Room
17.00 - 18.30 Opening Ceremony Pegaso Room
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
APRIL 19, 2015
Legend
PEGASO ROOM
ETNA ROOM
CALIPSO room
TIMO ALTO room
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Sunday, April 19
9.00 - 10.30 ECG Corner Pegaso Room
The Art of the 12-lead ECG.
The basis of daily diagnosis
Interactive resolution of ECG cases
Sunday, April 19
9.00 - 11.00 Interactive Symposium Etna Room
Management of dyslipidemia in high cardiovascular risk
patients: two clinical cases
Chairmen: A. Di Lenarda (Trieste), TBA
First Clinical Case
F. Colivicchi (Rome)
Second Clinical Case
M. Abrignani (Trapani)
Third Clinical Case
E. Manzato (Padova)
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Sunday, April 19
10.00 - 11.30 Casual Meeting Timo Alto Room
Sunday, April 19
11.00 - 12.30 Symposium Pegaso Room
Longevity, Mini-ICD, S-ICD: the right device for every patient.
What is the best choice?
Getting the most out of the latest available technologies in
order to optimize daily clinical practice
Chairman: G. Ciaramitaro (Palermo)
Chairmen: P. Delise (Conegliano Veneto, TV), M. Landolina (Milan)
Speakers: E. Pisanò (Lecce), G. Luzzi (Bari)
Adapting ventricular pacing in order to increase responsiveness to CRT
M. Biffi (Bologna)
SureScan technology: the ultimate solution for CIED patients undergoing MRI
A. Rapacciuolo (Naples)
Reveal LINQ: a revolution in subcutaneous cardiac monitoring
T. Infusino (Catanzaro)
More than 100.000 AF patients treated with “One Shot” technology: what we
know and what we expect
R. Verlato (Camposampiero, PD)
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Sunday, April 19
11.00 - 13.00 Interactive Symposium
Etna Room
Unmet needs and current practice of stroke prevention in non
valvular atrial fibrillation
Chairmen: S. Novo (Palermo), TBA
Translating clinical data in real word use
M. Scherillo (Benevento)
Sunday, April 19
11.30 - 13.00 Casual Meeting Timo Alto Room
Rivaroxaban: operating instructions
Chairmen: M.M. Gulizia (Catania), A.P. Maggioni (Florence)
Speakers: G. Agnelli (Perugia), TBA
Interactive case based session
R. Caporale (Cosenza), G. Geraci (Palermo)
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Sunday, April 19
12.30 - 13.00 Lecture Pegaso Room
Therapeutic target of uricaemia and impact on health care costs
Sunday, April 19
Pegaso Room
13.00 - 14.30 Luncheon Panel Patients with high CV risk and hypercholesterolemia:
old unresolved problems, new solutions
Hypercholesterolemia: what is the real dimension of the problem?
Therapeutic inappropriateness and inertia in management of dyslipidemias in
patient with high CV risk
Treatment of high CV risk patient with hypercholesterolemia: we are close to real
innovation
13.00 - 14.30 Interactive Luncheon Panel 32
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Etna Room
SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Sunday, April 19
Sunday, April 19
15.00 - 16.30 Symposium Pegaso Room
The use of large Registries for Quality Improvement for
patients with Coronary Artery Disease or Cardiac Arrhythmias
Etna Room
15.00 - 17.00 Interactive Symposium
Novel trials and new horizons with dabigatran: protecting
patients at high risk of stroke
Chairmen: M.M. Gulizia (Catania), TBA
First Clinical Case
C. Martignani (Bologna)
Second Clinical Case
A. Margonato (Milan)
Third Clinical Case
L. Testa (Milan)
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Sunday, April 19
Sunday, April 19
15.00 - 16.30 Casual Meeting Timo Alto Room
16.30 - 17.00 Lecture Pegaso Room
Dyslipidemic patients: from acute setting to long term
management of cardiovascular risk
Thyroid hormone treatment in heart failure:
when and how?
Chairmen: C. Greco (Rome)
Chairman: TBA
Speaker: G. Iervasi (Pisa)
Sustainability of statin treatments
F. Colivicchi (Rome)
Statin-beyond LDL control
S. Urbinati (Bologna)
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Sunday, April 19
Sunday, April 19
16.30 - 18.00 Casual Afternoon Meeting Timo Alto Room
Management of High Risk Cardiovascular Patients
17.00 - 17.30 Lecture Pegaso Room
Inflammation in atherosclerosis: do we need to treat it?
Dyslipidemia treatment after ACS
New evidences on the protective role of n-3 PUFAs in patients with ACS
Dyslipidemie management in the renal patient
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CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
2015
Sunday, April 19
17.00 - 19.00 Interactive Meet the expert Etna Room
10 Interactive Question / Answers on PulmOnary Hypertension
& PulmOnary Embolism
17.30 - 19.00 Meet the expert SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Pegaso Room
APRIL 20, 2015
The Heart in Neoplastic patients
Cardiotoxicity of Anthracycline-like Chemotherapy agents:
Cardioprotection and Management
Trastuzumab, novel ErbB2 Inhibitors and Antiangiogenic Agents:
Cardioprotection and Management of toxicity of Target Therapy
Management of Atrial Fibrillation and VTE in Cancer Patients:
there is a role for NOAC?
QT Monitoring in Chemotherapy and Management of Cardiac Devices
during Radiation Therapy
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Legend
PEGASO ROOM
ETNA ROOM
CALIPSO room
TIMO ALTO room
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2015
Monday, April 20
Monday, April 20
9.00 - 10.30 Minicourse Pegaso Room
TAVI and MITRACLIP: how to select the Ideal Candidate
10.00 - 11.30 Casual Morning Meeting Timo Alto Room
New perspectives in the prevention of thromboembolic risk in
Atrial Fibrillation
Chairmen: M.M. Gulizia (Catania), TBA
9.00 - 10.30 Interactive Minicourse Etna Room
Pediatric Cardiology: the real needs for daily practice
Unmet medical needs in the prevention of thromboembolic events in AF
M. Lunati (Milan)
NOACs in the treatment of AF: Clinical Trials and RWE
M. Scherillo (Benevento)
The role of NOACs in pts undergoing electrical cardioversion
TBA
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Monday, April 20
Monday, April 20
11.00 - 12.30 Symposium Pegaso Room
WHICH ORAL ANTIPLATELET AGENTS IN ACS-PCI PATIENTS? Unmet Needs
and Possible Solutions
Etna Room
11.00 - 12.30 Interactive Symposium Heart & Sport: 10 Question / Answers on Cardiac Evaluation at
Different Age and Different Sports
Chairmen: S. Berti (Massa), TBA
12.30 - 13.30 Focus on The essential need and the right solution for ensuring the best outcome in
STEMI patients
D. Capodanno (Catania)
Pegaso Room
Chest Pain: do we still need a CP Unit or can we integrate it in
Cardiology?
Current Controversies in the administration of antiplatelet therapy in NSTEMIPCI: Pretreatment vs Non-Pretreatment, what to do?
L. Bolognese (Arezzo)
Do SCA-Diabetic patients deserve a more targeted treatment?
R. Rossini (Bergamo)
Switching: the right strategy to improve patients’ treatment
L. De Luca (Rome)
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PROGRAM
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2015
Monday, April 20
12.30 - 13.30 Lecture
Etna Room
Changing the face of anticoagulation:
2 years of Dabigatran in Italy
Monday, April 20
12.30 - 14.00 Casual Meeting Timo Alto Room
INNOVATION IN ARRHYTHMOLOGY
Multi Point Pacing: improving the outcome of the CRT patients
Contact Force Sensor: changing the routine of AF ablation procedures
Leadless Pacemaker: changing paradigms in bradyarrhythmia treatment
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PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Monday, April 20
13.30 - 15.00 Luncheon Panel Pegaso Room
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Etna Room
SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Monday, April 20
Monday, April 20
15.00 - 16.30 Symposium Pegaso Room
Pegaso Room
16.30 - 17.30 Focus on THE MANAGEMENT OF ANTIPLATELET AND ANTICOAGULANT THERAPY
IN SURGERY
ICD implanted patients: balance between Benefit & Complication
Before Coronary Artery By-pass Surgery
16.30 - 17.30 Interactive Focus on
Etna Room
After Coronary Artery By-pass Surgery
Do we need CardiopulmOnary Test in All Heart Failure patients?
In Extracardiac Surgery
Double Antiplatelet Therapy in association with Oral Anticoagulation
15.00 - 16.30 Interactive Sympsosium Etna Room
Atrial Fibrillation & Heart Failure
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2015
2015
TRAINING COURSE ON
Cardiology
and Intensive Care
FOR ALLIED PROFESSIONALS
APRIL 18-19, 2015
(Italian Allied Professionals only)
Program Chairs:
Giuseppina Maura Francese
Angelo Gambera
Loredana Morichelli
President:
Michele M. Gulizia, MD, FESC
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TRAINING COURSE FOR
ALLIED PROFESSIONALS
Cardiology and Intensive Care
19-20 Aprile 2015
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Saturday, April 18
Calipso Room
Saturday, April 18
Calipso Room
9.00
Registration of participants
NURSING IN HEMODYNAMIC
9.15
Greetings from the President and the Program Chairs
12.30 The cath lab: equipment and organizational model
NURSING MANAGEMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS
9.30
To ensure therapeutic procedures: Nurse responsibilities
9.45
Risk management in therapy administration
10.00 Nursing management in Cardiology
10.15 The predictable risk in drug management
12.45 Nursing care during hemodynamic procedures
13.00 Nursing care before and after procedures
13.15 Discussion
UPDATE IN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY AND CARDIAC PACING
10.30 Discussion
14.30 Management of cardiac implantable devices during ablation
procedures or surgery
ORGANIZATIONAL ASPECTS AND MANAGEMENT IN ARRHYTHMOLOGY
14.45 MRI conditional implantable devices: what to do before,
during and after scanning
11.00 Nursing Research
15.00 Inappropriate and unnecessary shocks. How to prevent them?
11.15
15.15
Risk management in arrhythmology
11.30 Nurse in quality control
News and perspectives in electrophysiology
15.30 Discussion
11.45 The informed consent
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ALLIED PROFESSIONALS
Cardiology and Intensive Care
19-20 Aprile 2015
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Saturday, April 18
Calipso Room
Sunday, April 19
Calipso Room
PREVENTION OF INFECTION IN CARDIOLOGY AND CARDIAC SURGERY
NAO IN NONVALVULAR ATRIAL FIBRILLATION
16.00 Definition of infection related to care practices
9.00
Non-valvular atrial fibrillation: how to define it?
15.15
9.15
Thromboembolic and hemorrhagic risk stratification
16.30 Monitoring systems and survey
9.30
The new oral anticoagulants: a valuable opportunity for therapy tailoring
16.45 Prevention Strategies
9.45
Monitoring of anticoagulant activity and management of bleeding
17.00 Discussion
10.00 Discussion
Risk factors
JOINT SESSION: EDUCATION AS A TOOL TO ENHANCE THE HEALTH CARE
ALLIED PROFESSIONALS
10.30 The Educational Dossier
10.45 The Residential Education
11.00 On-the-job Training
11.15
The FAD Education
11.30 Discussion
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TRAINING COURSE FOR
ALLIED PROFESSIONALS
Cardiology and Intensive Care
19-20 Aprile 2015
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Sunday, April 19
Calipso Room
Sunday, April 19
Calipso Room
NURSE AND HEART FAILURE
NURSING CARE IN NON-INVASIVE VENTILATION
12.00 What is the nurse role in diagnostic and therapeutic pathways
during the patient hospital stay
15.00 Acute respiratory failure
12.15
Continuity of care after discharge: nurse role during the follow-up
12.30 The terminal patient: symptom and pain control.
Is it possible to switch off the automatic implantable defibrillator?
12.45 Health education and counseling.
What communication tools for patients and their relatives
13,00 Discussion
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15.15
Non-invasive ventilation: theoretical aspects and indications
15.30 CPAP AND BPAP
15.45 Nursing care to the patient in non-invasive ventilation
16.00 Discussion
16.30 LECTURE
A defibrillator to bring down mortality: state of the art (S-ICD)
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CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
2015
Basic Life
Support Course
and Defibrillation
APRIL 20, 2015
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BLS-D COURSE FOR
ALLIED PROFESSIONALS
20 Aprile 2015
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Monday, April 20
Calipso Room
8.30 - 9.00 Course registration
9.00 - 9.30 INTRODUCTION - SLIDES:
• Survival Chain
• Adults early defibrillation - BLS-D algorithm
• Pediatric early defibrillation - (differences)
9.30 - 10.00 CPR ADULTS:
• Check the state of consciousness
• CPR
• Protective equipment
• Chest compressions
• Gasping and safety lateral positioning
• Breathing without chest compressions
• CPR and two rescuers
• Airway obstruction
• Heimlich manouvres
Monday, April 20
Calipso Room
13.30 - 14.00 CPR ON INFANTS:
• Pediatric CPR
• Survival Chain
• Rescue breathing
• Subdislocation of the jaw
• Chest compression
• Airway obstruction
• Differences in infant and child
14.00 - 16.30 Training on mannequins adults, infant and child
16.30 - 18.30 Final evaluation: theoretical and practical skills
10.15 - 12.30 Training on mannequins adults
12.30 - 13.30 Lunch break
10.00 - 10.15 Break
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CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
2015
INFORMATION
General
Scientific
Registration
Payment
Congress Venue
Hotel
Practical
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GENERAL
INFORMATION
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
CONGRESS VENUE
SHERATON CATANIA HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER
Via Antonello da Messina, 45 - 95021 Aci Castello - Catania (CT)
Tel. +39 095 7114111 - Fax. +39 095 271380
www.sheratoncatania.com
VISA REQUIREMENTS
An official invitation letter for visa may be requested to the Organizing
Secretariat. This invitation will not imply any obligation from the
Organization to provide any kind of financial contribution.
SECRETARIAT AND REGISTRATION DESK OPENING HOURS
SCIENTIFIC SECRETARIAT
MICHELE M. GULIZIA
Cardiology Division - “Garibaldi-Nesima” Hospital
Via Palermo, 636 - 95122 Catania, Italy
Tel. +39 095 7598502 - Fax + 39 095 7598505
e-mail: [email protected]
For Groups April 17, 2015 2.30 pm - 6.30 pm
For appointment please contact the Organizing Secretariat
For Individuals April 18, 2015 8.00 am - 7.00 pm
April 19, 2015 8.00 am - 7.00 pm
April 20, 2015 8.00 am - 5.00 pm
ORGANIZING SECRETARIAT
ADRIA CONGREX
Via Sassonia, 30 - 47922 Rimini, Italy
Tel. +39 0541 305830 - 305811 - Fax + 39 0541 305842
e-mail: [email protected] - Web site: www.mcmweb.it
OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
The Meeting official languages are English and Italian with
simultaneous translation.
EXHIBITION
The technical and pharmaceutical exhibition area will be located at
the Congress Venue, close to the conference rooms. The exhibition
opening hours will follow the timetable of the scientific sessions.
Companies that are interested in presenting their products or
taking up other sponsorship options can contact the Organizing
Secretariat, Adria Congrex.
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REGISTRATION
INFORMATION
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Course Attendance Modalities
Individual Registration
Participants are invited to register using the on-line service on the web
site: mcmweb.it. Alternately, the form can be downloaded from the web
site and faxed to the Organizing Secretariat. The registration will be confirmed only if accompanied by the payment.
Group Registration
Companies have the opportunity to sponsor the registration of a group
of participants by contacting the Organizing Secretariat, Adria Congrex
([email protected]). A group consists of a minimum of 10 participants. Registration shall be coordinated by one identified contact person
representing a pharmaceutical/product company or a travel agency.
Congress Registration Modalities
DELEGATE € 620,00* Vat 22% not included
Registration fee includes: attendance to all the scientific sessions including the luncheon panels (limited to seat availability), entrance to the
exhibition area, meeting proceedings, attendance certificate, badge and
congress kit, welcome opening reception and coffee breaks at the Venue,
CME Certificate (for Italian participants).
BLS-D COURSE PHYSICIAN
€ 220,00* Vat 22% not included
Registration fee includes: participation to the Course, entrance to the
exhibition area, BLS-D licence, coffee break, CME Certificate (for Italian
participants).
Maximum 36 participants accepted on first come first served basis after
the full payment of the charge. Date and timetables must be respected.
ALLIED PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION
Registration for 1 day € 60,00* Vat 22% not included
Registration for 2 days € 100,00* Vat 22% not included
Registration fee includes: attendance to all scientific sessions including
luncheon panel, entrance to the exhibition area, badge and conference kit,
attendance certificate, CME certificate (if entitled to - two-day attendance
is required), coffee breaks and welcome opening ceremony.
* VAT could be subjected to changes. The VAT rate will be applied depending on the Italian fiscal law at the time of payment of registration.
AFTER APRIL 10th, 2015 ALL REGISTRATIONS CAN BE MADE ON SITE
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SCIENTIFIC
INFORMATION
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Abstract Submission
DEADLINE: JANUARY 9th, 2015
Abstracts can only be submitted on-line on www.mcmweb.it and worded
in English.
You can find all the instructions on the website. The presentation of an abstract requires the registration of at least one of the authors. The Scientific
Committee will review all the submitted abstracts and the selected ones
will be accepted as oral communications or posters. The abstract authors
will receive notification of acceptance by February 13, 2015 together with
the information regarding their presentation. All the accepted abstracts
(if the presenter is regularly registered within February 27, 2015) will be
printed in a book available at the time of the Congress. There will be special awards given to “THE BEST COMMUNICATIONS” selected by the
Scientific Committee among accepted oral communications and posters.
Projection
PC data projection will be available in all the rooms. All projections must
be worded in English only.
Luncheon Panels
The admission to the luncheon panels (limited to seat availability) is free
for all the registered participants.
Attendance Certificates
Attendance certificates will be distributed to all the registered delegates at
the end of the Meeting.
Program Changes
The information published in this program is correct at time of print. The
Scientific Committee reserves the right to change the program at any time.
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LOCATION
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
Catania & Congress Venue
Catania is undoubtely one of the most important cities in the whole
Mediterranean area, both in terms of cultural and historical point of
view. It is one of the few cities in Italy that offers a variety of landscapes
condensed in one site. Located on the east coast of Sicily (which
represents the metropolitan area with the highest population density),
Catania has ancient origins since its foundation dates back to 729 BC.
During its history Catania has been a constant point of reference for
the entire Mediterranean area, especially from an artistic and cultural
point of view: it is here that in 1434 the oldest university of Sicily was
founded. The remains of several ruins still enrich the heritage of the
town and surrounding areas, despite Catania was repeatedly destroyed
by violent volcanic eruptions caused by the Etna volcano (the most
impressive occurred in 1669) and by devastating earthquakes (the more
catastrophic one occurred in 1693). It is from this tragic event that the
city and its people were able to get up in a truly unique and admirable
way. A work of reconstruction with few equals in the world led to the
blossoming of the famous “Sicilian Baroque” style of architecture that
identifies more than any other the fantasy, the imaginative power and the
passion for beauty of Catania and its inhabitants. Therefore in 2006 the
splendid baroque center of Catania became a UNESCO World Heritage
Site, along with seven towns of the Val di Noto, Sicily. Today, Catania is a
city full of colors, scents and flavors - a lively and surprising, suspended
between the magic of the blue Ionian Sea and the imposing outline of
Etna volcano and often snowy, which dominates the city from above.
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Sheraton Catania Hotel & Conference Center
Just few minutes from the historic center of Catania, the Sheraton Hotel
offers high level of hospitality with a wide range of business and spare time
facilities. The Sheraton Catania is one of the largest conference centers in
eastern Sicily, with an area of 724 square meters in 6 modular meeting
rooms of different sizes and acoustically isolated. All the 162 rooms and 7
suites - walking through a panoramic elevator - are characterized by colors
that come into perfect harmony with the landscape of the Mediterranean
area. Each room is equipped with all facilities and comforts offering the
highest standards of quality and safety. The conference area, personalized
for the Mediterranean Cardiology Meeting 2015, provides a great learning
experience in an extremely pleasant and comfortable site.
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HOTEL
ACCOMMODATION
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
The hotel reservation form can be filled out on line on the web site:
www.mcmweb.it. Alternately, the form can be downloaded from the web
site and faxed to the Organizing Secretariat. It is strongly recommended
to book well in advance.
Adria Congrex will make every effort to place you in the hotel category of
your choice. A confirmation will be sent starting from March 2015.
Please note that hotel categories and rooms are assigned on a first come
first served basis.
Hotel reservation can be made by:
− Sending your credit card details to be used as a guarantee. The
total amount will be paid to the hotel at the check out.
Rates* 5 Star Hotels *****
Double room as single use Double room
1) Romano Palace
146,50
183,00
136,50
131,50
110,50
131,00
110,50
131,50
171,50
158,00
153,00
153,00
165,00
137,00
163,00
198,00
100,50
112,00
4 Star Hotels ****
2) Aga Hotel
3) Grand Hotel Baia Verde
4) Liberty
5) Nettuno
6) NH Parco degli Aragonesi
7) Romano House 8) Una Hotel Palace 3 Star Hotels ***
9) Best Western Mediterraneo
Contracted hotels provisional list
* All prices include: taxes, VAT, service, continental breakfast and are per
room per night.
Transfer service is not available.
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PRACTICAL
INFORMATION
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
HOW TO REACH CATANIA
Catania is easily reachable by any means of transport - fitting any
traveller’s budget from all over the world.
BY PLANE
Catania Fontanarossa International Airport is perfectly
located in the outskirts of the city: a bus service (AMT ALIBUS
- toll free number: 800 018696) provides the best connection every 20 minutes, from 5.00 am to midnight - between the airport
and the City Centre and/or the railway station and vice versa, at
metropolitan bus fares.
Taxis for and from the airport are always available on site, or at the
following numbers:
Radiotaxi 24h Ph. +39 095 330966
Moreover, there are several suburban bus lines offering connections
between small towns and villages of the Catania area and the
airport.
Siciliy’s other main airport, Palermo Punta Raisi, isn’t actually the
best choice to reach Catania by plane: it takes about 3 hours (and
a 210-km drive) to get from Palermo to Catania, first on the A20
highway and then on the A18 one.
BY TRAIN
Catania is perfectly connected with the rest of Sicily and
with the biggest Italian cities by train, too, thanks to the
deluxe Eurostar trains to the more common - but very efficient Espresso, normally departing from Milan, Turin and Rome and
passing through Naples and the Amalfi Riviera.Catania
Railway Station - www.trenitalia.it
Piazza Giovanni XXIII - Catania - Ph. +39 095 532719
Call Center Ph. 892021
Switchboard Ph. +39 095 532710
Ticket Office Ph. +39 095 532227
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BY SHIP
Want to reach Catania by sea? From Northern Europe and
Italy, comfortable Tirrenia ships leave the Genoa port and
reach Palermo in about 17/18 hours. But there are also frequent
ferries from Naples to Milazzo (about two-hours drive to Catania),
and even a daily one from Ravenna (on the Northern Adriatic
coast) directly to Catania. Speedboats and catamarans from Malta
to Catania are also available on a daily basis.
Catania Port Authority
Via Dusmet - Ph. +39 095 535888 / 536031
Harbour Office Via Dusmet - Ph. +39 095 531667
Fax +39 095 533962
AMT Alibus service from the port to the airport every 20 minutes.
BY CAR
Both Sicily and Catania can be reached by car form the main
Italian cities through an exhaustive highways’ network (green
road signs). From Northern Italy, you can drive along the highway
A1 through Naples to Salerno; from Salerno (Amalfi Riviera and
Capri area) take the A3 highway (free of charge) towards Reggio
Calabria. Exit at VILLA S.GIOVANNI-SICILIA to get to the harbour
where very frequent ferries connect the mainland to Sicily (namely
to the city of Messina), 24 hours a day.
From Messina, take the A18 highway to Catania: an hour drive and
you’ll arrive there. If you come from Palermo, take the A20 highway
to Messina, then the A18 highway to Catania exit.
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PRACTICAL
INFORMATION
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
ELECTRICITY
In Italy, the electric current is 220 Volts.
TIPPING
Service is generally included in the bill, tips are welcome if you wish
to show your appreciation for a good meal or a special service.
CREDIT CARDS
Major credit cards are accepted in hotels, restaurants and shops. If
you wish to use your credit card to pay for a taxi, please inform the
driver before starting the journey.
SAFETY AND SECURITY
Catania is as safe as any other European tourist resort and delegates
are advised to take the usual sensible precautions. All the hotels
can offer security facilities for valuable goods.
INSURANCE
Responsibility for personal accidents and for losses or damages
to the private belongings of participants and exhibitors cannot be
accepted. Participants and exhibitors are advised to make their own
insurance arrangements, if considered useful.
Further Information on Internet about transport
and weather in Sicily
www.aeroporto.catania.it
www.interbus.it
www.meteo.it
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THANKS TO
(Main sponsor updated on November 2014)
CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
A. Menarini
Amgen
Astrazeneca
Bayer
Biotronik
BMS - Pfizer
Boehringer Ingelheim
Boston Scientific
Daiichi Sankyo - Eli Lilly
IBSA
Medico
Medtronic
MSD
Sanofi
Sigma Tau
St Jude Medical
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CATANIA APRIL 18-20 ITALY
2015
ORGANIZED BY
Cardiology Division
“Garibaldi-Nesima” Hospital
SCIENTIFIC SECRETARIAT
Michele M. Gulizia
Cardiology Division
“Garibaldi-Nesima” Hospital
Via Palermo, 636
95122 Catania, Italy
Phone +39 095 7598502
Fax +39 095 7598505
E-mail: [email protected]
CONGRESS VENUE
Sheraton Catania Hotel & Conference Center
ORGANIZING SECRETARIAT
Adria Congrex s.r.l.
Via Sassonia, 30
47922 Rimini, Italy
Phone +39 0541 305811
Fax +39 0541 305842
E-mail: [email protected]
www.mcmweb.it
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