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MEETINGS - ACTS (Advanced Cardiac Techniques in Surgery) 2003: Toward Sternal Sparing Cardiac Surgery (US) May 2003:

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ACTS (Advanced Cardiac Techniques in Surgery) 2003: Toward Sternal Sparing Cardiac Surgery will take place on May 1-2 2003 at The Equitable Center & The Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers, New York. The teleconference will demonstrate, live from Lennox Hill Heart and vascular Institute of New York, advanced cardiac surgical strategies for complex cardiac problems. Following the demonstrations delegates will discuss the benefits and limitations of various minimally invasive techniques, review brachytherapy and drug eluting stent trial results, preview the latest techniques for the treatment of heart failure and review new MRI techniques. Further details from Promedica International, on tel: +1 714 799 1617; fax: +1 714 799 1686; email: education@ promedica-intl.com

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