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ESC Congress 365

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ESC Congress 365 only features abstracts, slides, reports and/or videos for which the speakers and/or presenters have granted the European Society of Cardiology the rights to use for educational purposes.

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The brain in hypertension
Abstract Slides/e-posters Video Report ESC TV Interview
The association between early morning hypertension and stroke related dementia in the elderly
Is acoustocerebrography a new noninvasive method for early detection of the brain changes in patients with hypertension?
Presenter: R Olszewski (Warszawa,PL)
Are cerebrovascular variants causal in the development of hypertension?
Presenter: T Hinton (Bristol,GB)
Nocturnal hypertension versus non-dipping status in the aim of early detection of preclinical organ damage in newly diagnosed hypertension
Presenter: E Androulakis (Athens,GR)
Antihypertensive treatment unrelated to the hemodynamic profile results in suboptimal blood pressure control - results from an representative epidemiologic survey - sephar III
Presenter: O-F Tautu (Bucharest,RO)

The scientific programme has been prepared by the Congress Programme Committee in close collaboration with the ESC Working Groups, ESC Associations and the ESC Councils.


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