Posters

POSTER AWARDS

Participation fee at Congress ESC 2017, Barcelona

Retinal and cerebral microcirculation defects in hypertensive patients with cognitive impairment – case series
Zoltan Preg, Eniko Nemes-Nagy, Beata Baroti, Robert Tripon, Marta Germen-Sallo

Participation fee at Congress ESH 2017, Milan

Hypertension and coronary artery disease impact in current risk evaluation of peripheral artery disease
Alexandr Ceasovschih, Victorita Sorodoc, Irina Jaba, Antoniu Petris, Catalina Lionte, Ecaterina Anisie, Oana Sarbu, Alexandra Stoica, Alina Popa, Laurentiu Sorodoc

Posters Evaluating Committee: Akos Koller (Hungary), Antonio Coca (Spain), Maria Dorobantu (Romania)

Poster technical requirements
Dimensions of your poster:
LANDSCAPE orientation
A0 Poster size – 84,1 cm (height) x 118,9 cm (width)
Posters on several sheets are not advised
Please note that the use of the official ESC logos is not allowed on your poster. This also applies to ESC Association, Working Group and Council logos.

Suggestion:
Design your poster layout in the following sections:
• Title, author(s), address (at upper edge, across the width of whole poster)
• Purpose
• Methods
• Results
• Conclusions
• Declaration of interest (mandatory)
The title should be emphasised by the use of bold-face type. When displayed the letters used should not be smaller than 15 mm.
The sub-title should be printed in the same kind of lettering, but semi-bold and not less than 10 mm high when displayed. This guarantees clear reading even from a distance of 2-3 meters.
The text should be broken up by the inclusion of drawings and/or photos. The use of colour makes the poster more attractive and effective.
Material for mounting your poster to the poster board will be supplied by the ESC.
Please refer to the ESC staff in the poster area for further assistance.

Session & Set up information:

Friday, February 17th Poster Viewing Session 09:00-19:00

Poster set up between 08:30-09.:00 – Poster on display 09:00-19:00 – Poster removed Saturday,18th

Two awards will be granted for the best Posters during the Gala Dinner on Friday, February 17th (Panoramic Restaurant, level 1):
• Participation fee at the ESC Congress 2017
• Participation fee at the ESH Congress 2017

1. Impact on microcirculation in early versus late invasive approach in patients with pharmacological reperfused STEMI
Vlad Bataila, Lucian Calmac, Mugur Marinescu, Cosmin Mihai, Bogdan Dragoescu, Mihai Marinescu, Vlad Ploscaru, Gabriel Tatu Chitoiu, Maria Dorobantu

2. Rosuvastatin improves cutaneous microcirculation by mechanisms beyond lipid lowering
Vitalina V. Boiko, G.N Soboleva., А.А Fedorovich., I.E Karpova

3. Hypertension and coronary artery disease impact in current risk evaluation of peripheral artery disease
Alexandr Ceasovschih, Victorita Sorodoc, Irina Jaba, Antoniu Petris, Catalina Lionte, Ecaterina Anisie, Oana Sarbu, Alexandra Stoica, Alina Popa, Laurentiu Sorodoc

4. Particularities of arterial function in hypertensive patients with metabolic syndrome (MS)
Angela Cozma, Adela Sitar-Taut, Olga Orǎsan, A. Fodor, V.Negrean, D. Pop, DT. Zdrenghea

5. Microvascular dysfunction in chronic coronary artery disease
Bogdan Dragoescu

6. Later complication of an acute myocardial infarction hypertension and coronary artery disease impact in current risk evaluation of peripheral artery disease
Andreea Taisia Dumitra

7. Predictive value of N-terminal-pro-brain natriuretic peptide in the development of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction
Maka Gegenava, T. Gegenava, A. Aladashvili

8. Renal dysfunction is associated with higher myocardial perfusion pressure in hypertensive patients
Laszlo Hadadi, Tamas Juhasz, Oana Dascal, Cristina Somkereki, Istvan Adorjan

9. A “broken heart”, a chimera of the acute coronary syndromes?
Alina Hohaci, Liviu Macovei, Mircea Balasanian, Nicusor Lovin, Ana Tanasa, Maria Cristina Vladeanu, Carmen Elena Plesoianu, Catalina Arsenescu-Georgescu

10. Impact of microcirculation in acute coronary syndromes in diabetic patients
Viviana Ivan, Adrian Apostol, Mircea Munteanu, Marius Turcan

11. Relationship between peripheral and coronary function using laser Doppler flowmetry and SPECT in patients with Microvascular angina
Irina E.Karpova, G.N. Soboleva, L.E. Samoylenko, A.A. Fedorovich, A.N. Rogoza, Yu.A. Karpov

12. New perspectives of risk factors associated with LVH
Maria-Magdalena Leon-Constantin, Alexandra Mastaleru, O. Mitu, F. Mitu

13. Big heart broken by small vessels
Ana Maria Leu

14. Microvascular coronary dysfunction – from concept to clinical practice. a case presentation
Sorina Mihaila, Loredana Gheorghiu, Roxana Oana Darabont

15. Spectral analysis and dynamics of heart rate and blood pressure in hypertensive patients
Victor-Dan Moga, Ioana Cotet, Mirela Lupu, Andrei Beceanu, Mariana Moga, Florin Vidu, Attila Frigy, Rodica Avram

16. Microperfusion asessment using combined imagistic techniques in acute coronary syndromes
Nicoleta Oprescu, Miruna Micheu, Alina I. Scarlatescu, Gabriela Nicula

17. Retinal and cerebral microcirculation defects in hypertensive patients with cognitive impairment – case series
Zoltan Preg, Eniko Nemes-Nagy, Beata Baroti, Robert Tripon, Marta Germen-Sallo

18. Hypertension impact on myocardial longitudinal strain assessed by pharmacologic stress echocardiography in patients with anterior thoracic pain and normal coronary arteries
Lucia Maria Roatesi, R. Onut, C. Stefan, D. Zamfir, S. Onciul, M. Dorobantu

19. ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction in hypertensive patients. A paradox of high incidence, but lower mortality
Alina Scridon, RC. Serban, L. Hadadi, I. Sus, EK. Lakatos, Z. Demjen, D. Dobreanu

20. Diagnostic value of Adenosine triphosphate stress test 99mТс-MIBI single-photon emission computed tomography in patients with Microvascular angina
Galina N. Soboleva, I. E. Karpova, L. E. Samoylenko, V. B. Sergienko, Y. A. Karpov.

21. The severity of hemodynamic impairment at hospital admission can predict coronary microcirculation damage in ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction
Razvan Serban, A. Scridon, L. Hadadi, I. Sus, EK. Lakatos, Z. Demjen, D. Dobreanu

22. Is resistant hypertension undoubtedly resistant?
Gabriel Sica, Andrada-Camelia Guta, Ana Maria Daraban, Daniela Bartos

23. The role of echocardiography in the study of myocardial deformation as a potential marker of impaired microcirculation in hypertensive patients
Cristina Stefan, R. Onut, L. Roatesi, D. Zamfir, S. Onciul, M. Dorobantu

24. Preliminary short-term results of a population of patients treated with MitraClip therapy: one center experience. Running head: MitraClip: preliminary one-center results
Rossana Taravella, M. G. Cellura, G. Cirrincione, S. Asciutto, M. Caruso, M. Benedetto, R. Alduino, R. Ciofalo, G. Pace, S. Novo

25. From macro to microcirculation in a young patient with coronary disease
Emma Weiss, Elisabeta Badila, Lucian Calmac, Daniela Bartos, Maria Dorobantu

26. Oxidative Stress and Lifestyle Related Factors in Hospitalized Patients with Metabolic Syndrome
Corina Zorila, Liana Mos