International Conference for Innovations in Cardiovascular Systems(ICI2015)

2015-12-13 - 2015-12-15
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Time: 7:30 am to 5:40 pm Facebook: Price Participant (14-15.12.15): Up to $920 Resident, Nurse, Technician (14-15.12.15): Up to $650 Student (14-15.12.15): Up to $490 Exhibitor (14-15.12.15): Up to $485 Academy of Innovation Day (13.12.15). Discounted rate for the "Academy of Innovation" is subject to participation in the FULL ICI Meeting.: Up to $405 Academy of Innovation Day (13.12.15). Rates for participation in the "Academy of Innovation" only, December 13, 2015. : Up to $525 Accompanying Person (for Get-together reception only): Up to $80 Participation at the Gala Dinner (14.12.15): Up to $140
The International Conference for Innovations in Cardiovascular Systems (Heart Brain and Peripheral Vessels) and High-Tech Life Science Industry (ICI 2015) aims to be part of the innovations that will shape the future of cardiovascular systems and beyond. The route of the ICI meeting takes you through the process of innovation - starting with the ICI Academy of Innovation where you learn and exercise how to innovate, and continue with a 2 day conference focusing on the use of advanced technologies to save hearts and lives. We challenge the horizons in coronary and vascular interventions, transcatheter valvular therapies, stroke prevention/intervention and heart failure. We will explore the treatment of hypertension with renal denervation and have a special track on Digital Health, Mobile Solutions and the Cellular Revolution. Don't miss the opportunity to join peers and key opinion leaders in Tel Aviv, Israel, December 13-15, 2015. Get a head start, visit ICI 2015 website.

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