2-day cardiology world conf ‘Cardiomersion’ concludes

2-day cardiology world conf ‘Cardiomersion’ concludes

2-day cardiology world conf ‘Cardiomersion’ concludes

2-day cardiology world conf ‘Cardiomersion’ concludes
Chandigarh, September 15: The two day virtual 10th cardiology world conference ‘Cardiomersion 
2022’ concluded on Thursday. As many as 86 speakers from 19 countries across the 
globe participated in the conference.
The conference with a theme ‘Revealing Innovations in Cardiology for Healthy Heart’ was 
organized by Mohali based Dr Deepak Puri who is a founder chairman of Cardiomersion and 
director of CTVS at Max Hospital, Mohali.
The conference covered all aspects of comprehensive management right from primordial 
prevention in childhood to primary prevention in young age as well as early diagnosis, simplest 
medical treatment as well.
During conference , Eric Lehr from Seattle and Johannes Bonatti from Pittsburgh talked about 
complications needing interventions, latest techniques of procedures like minimally invasive 
surgeries and robotic surgeries. Tomoko S kato from Japan spoke on the current guidelines to 
develop heart and lung transplant programs. Dr. DK Satsangi the president of Maitreya Foundation and former professor and head, 
AIIMS,Rishikesh talked about role of homograft, while Dr. Vivek Jawali, chairman Fortis 
Healthcare, Bangalore spoke on the latest views on Endarterectomy during bypass surgery for 
totally occluded arteries.
Dr. Deepak Puri talked on integrated approach to deliver comprehensive cost effective 
cardiovascular disease management improves outcomes during Covid pandemic .
He said that in the last decade several advances have been made in the fields of cardiology, 
cardiac surgery and cardiac anesthesia to deliver least invasive and best interventions for 
cardiac patients. At the same time the importance of primordial, primary prevention, 
rehabilitation and secondary prevention cannot be ignored. Neither can we ignore the role of 
early identification of risk factors, early diagnosis and optimal utilization of unconventional 
methods to deliver cost effective treatment to the patients, he opined. 
Moreover the Covid pandemic has changed the spectrum of heart and lung diseases and further 
worsened the complications which have to be taken care of among all age groups with special 
focus on elderly population with comorbidities, he maintained. 
The conference was initially planned to be held in Paris but due to Covid restrictions it was 
organized virtual keeping in view the safety issues.
Meanwhile now a Global Trust, Cardiomersion was started as a global group in 2011 to promote 
integrated approach for comprehensive cost effective management of cardiovascular and 
thoracic diseases.