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EACTS 2017

European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery Annual Meeting 2017

  • 07 Oct 2017 to 11 Oct 2017
  • Austria Center Vienna
  • Vienna / Austria

Whats About

Established since 1986, the European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery has been working hard to educate and provide medical professionals with latest research work, technological updates and updates on scientific studies in the field of thoracic-surgery, cardiac and vascular interventions for excellence in their professional practice so as to provide premium medical care for patients suffering from various cardio-thoracic diseases and to provide them with best options for diagnosis, treatment and aftercare. The 31st EACTS Annual Meeting is taking place at Austria Center Vienna, Vienna in Austria from 7th October to 11th October 2017. Networking opportunities, state of the art symposiums, scientific and educational sessions, exhibition with world class products and services and the chance to meet with medical experts from around the globe will give all attendees the chance to benefit from the professional knowledge and clinical experience so as to master the new techniques and to learn about the advanced and more competent equipments for best treatment and surgical options. This meet will be home to various practicing doctors, researchers and doctors in making, all for one thing and that is to gain maximum awareness to improve their practice, so as to provide best patient care. So, mark your calendars now and contribute for a brighter and more professional future of cardio-thoracic surgery.  


Programme Details

The EACTS 2017 program will have the following sessions:

  • Plenary lectures
  • Techno-College
  • Advanced techniques session
  • Scientific program
  • Abstract sessions
  • Poster presentations
  • Exhibition
  • Sate of the art symposiums
  • Keynote lectures
  • Meet the expert session
  • Industry sponsored symposia
  • Award lectures
  • Joint symposium
  • Paper sessions
  • Debates
  • Open communications session