First Human and Veterinary Crossover Symposium on Aldosterone
The contribution of aldosterone to heart failure was the focus of a recent symposium, hosted by Ceva Santé Animale. The principle of this symposium was to promote expertise exchanges between human and veterinary medicine. The programme included eminent cardiology researchers from around the world, both from the human and veterinary fields.
You will find in this report a summary of the presentations and the discussions that took place, mixing state of the art science with the most recent clinical developments in man and animals.
We hope that you will both enjoy and benefit from the research compiled herein.
Sylvie Bourrelier and Emilie Guillot
Corporate Marketing – Veterinary Technical Support
Ceva Santé Animale
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In total 85 participants at the Symposium from 12 nationalities
- 100% of attendees thought this concept of Crossover Symposium interesting / very interesting (69%)
- 87% expressed an overall satisfied / very satisfied impression about the scientific session
- 97% had a satisfied / very satisfied overall impression of the Symposium
- Regarding the global organisation 95% of the participants were satisfied / very satisfied and 97% enjoyed the social program.
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A panel of 8 Human and Veterinary Speakers and 2 Chairman
Presence of 50 International Veterinary Cardiologists
In total 85 participants from 12 nationalities
"Thank you for having invited me as a chairman (…) when do you plan a second symposium? if you do so, I will be very happy to participate again" Mark A. Oyama, Chairman, Pennsylvania, USA
"Merci beaucoup pour ce week end très intéressant du point de vue scientifique et très agréable du point de vue organisation! Très cordialement." Armelle Diquélou, France