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5th European Congress on eCardiology and eHealth


of the 5th European Congress on eCardiology and eHealth
October 29, 2018 (Monday)
08.00-09.00 Registration
09.00-09.30 Welcome Speech: Petr GLYBOCHKO, Dmitry MOROZOV, Konstantin NOSKOV, Veronika SKVORTSOVA, Denis MANTUROV
Hall Sechenov
09.30-11.30 Plenary Session
09.30-09.35 Digital health is a global challenge
Hugo SANER, Switzerland
09.35-09.40 Sechenov University - on the map of digital medicine
Philipp KOPYLOV, Russia
09.40-10.00 Digitalization in cardiology: from e-learning to smart-hospital
Eugene SHLYAHTO, Russia
10.00-10.20 eCardiology and eHealth: An European Perspective
Nico BRUINING, Netherlands
10.20-10.40 How digital health will transform health care
Harold WOLF, USA
10.40-11.00 Remote monitoring of blood pressure in the world and in Russia
Segey BOYTSOV, Russia
11.00-11.20 The role of non-invasive electrocardiography in the diagnosis and treatment of arrhythmias
Amiran REVISHVILLI, Russia
11.20-12.00 Coffee Break
Hall Sechenov Hall Pirogov Hall Abrikosov
12.00-13.20 Tackling Hyperthension
in the Era of Digital Health
12.10-13.30 Digital Skills for the Cardiologist of Tomorrow 12.10-13.30 The Role of Computational Models in Improving Healthcare Pathways
Chairs Segey BOYTSOV (Russia)
Hugo SANER (Switzerland)
Chairs Enrico Gianluca CAIANI (Italy)
Chairs Joost DAEMEN (Netherlands)
Philipp KOPYLOV (Russia)
12.00-12.15 Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring. What other than assessing hypertension?
Anatoly ROGOZA, Russia
12.00-12.20 Artificial Intelligence Goes to Healthcare – why Now?
Mikhail SHIFRIN, Russia
12.00-12.20 Patient-specific computational modelling of stented coronary arteries
Francesco MIGLIAVACCA, Italy
12.15-12.30 Understanding and managing uncontrolled hypertension using remote real-time monitoring and management strategies
Laurence JACOBS, Switzerland
12.20-12.40 Educational perspectives for the young cardiologist
Allan BOHM, Slovakia
12.20-12.40 Computational modelling for drug testing
Blanca RODRIGUEZ, United Kingdom
12.30-12.45 Guidelines and Evidence
Gianfranco PARATI, Italy
12.40-13.00 Digital and telemedicine in 2018 – myth or reality
12.40-13.00 Image-based computational modelling of personalised medicine after myocardial infarction
Hao GAO, Scotland
12.45-13.00 New platforms for hypertension monitoring
Philipp KOPYLOV, Russia
13.00-13.20 Higher education meets needs of healthcare 2.0
Aleksander MELERZANOV, Russia
13.00-13.20 CCTA-based automated noninvasive assessment of the fractional flow reserve
13.00-13.15 Clinical efficacy of new SMART strategies
Igor POSOKHOV, Russia
13.15-13.30 Discussion 13.20-13.30 Discussion 13.20-13.30 Discussion
13.30-14.30 Break, Poster Session 13.30-14.30 Behind the Digital Medicine
Chairs Aleksander MELERZANOV (Russia)
13.30-13.45 Monitoring of Circulating Long Non-Coding RNAs ZFAS1 and CDR1AS Predict Acute Myocardial Infarction
Lihua SUN, China
13.45-14.00 Circulating long non-coding RNAs NRON and MHRT as novel predictive biomarkers contributes to the development of monitoring system of heart failure
Lei JIAO, China
14.00-14.15 TBA
14.15-14.30 TBA
Hall Sechenov Hall Pirogov Hall Abrikosov
14.30-16.00 Tackling Arrhytmias in the Era of Digital health
Session is held with support of
the Russian Scientific Society of Clinical Electrophysiology, Arrhythmology and Сardiostimulation
14.30-16.00 The Potential of Digital Medicine to Change Medical Care 14.30-16.00 Telemedicine Solutions for Specific Conditions
Chairs  Elena VASILIEVA (Russia)
Friedrich KÖHLER (Germany)
Chairs Oleg MEDVEDEV (Russia)
Philipp KOPYLOV (Russia)
Chairs  Marlien VARNFIELD (Australia)
Oxana DRAPKINA (Russia)
14.30-14.45 Remote monitoring of patients with implanted antiarrhythmic devices - Results of «ReHoming» study
Nicolos LOMIDZE, Russia
14.30-14.45 Possibilities of using telemedicine in the system of three levels of health care in Russia
Igor SHADERKIN, Russia
14.30-14.45 Comparative efficiency of house and office telemetric control BP and the ECG in identification of cardiovascular incidents
Aleksander POTAPOV, Russia
14.45-15.00 Management solutions for AF in the era of digital health
Ruben Casado ARROYO, Belgium
14.45-15.00 Digital tools for patient empowerment
Nico BRUINING, Netherlands
14.45-15.00 e-Successes in chronic disease management - myth or opportunity?
Marlien VARNFIELD, Australia
15.00-15.15 Remote control of AFibrillation
Aaron PEACE, Northern Ireland
15.00-15.15 Building a sustainable IT infrastructure for hospitalization at home of heart failure patients (NEW-Ch@nce)
Edmond DE KLUIVER, Netherlands
15.00-15.15 Ballistocardiography: from space research to clinical applications
Pierre-Francois MIGEOTTE, Belgium
15.15-15.30 Analysis system based on digitizing paper ECGs
Yury BASARAB, Russia
15.15-15.30 Unified State Information System in the Healthcare of the Russian Federation. Condition. Development. Prospects
Elena BOYKO, Russia
15.15-15.30 Digital transformation of the ECG management system in the general hospital
Mikhail BAKHTIN, Russia
15.30-15.45 New horizons of telemedicine.
Distant monitoring of arrythmia patients
15.30-15.45 Enterprise imaging systems for teleradiology and quality improvement of oncoscreening
Sergey MOROZOV, Russia
15.30-15.45 Electrocardiogram streaming over Bluetooth Low Energy
Natividad MARTINEZ MADRID, Germany
15.45-16.00 Discussion 15.45-16.00 Discussion 15.45-16.00 Discussion
16.00-16.30 Break
Hall Sechenov Hall Pirogov Hall Abrikosov
16.30-18.00 Cardiovascular Prevention Around the Globe: achievements and perspectives 16.30-18.00 e-Publishing 16.30-18.00 Smartphone as a Lab
Chairs Nana POGOSOVA (Russia)
Hugo SANER (Switzerland)
Chairs Nico BRUINING (Netherlands)
Igor SHADERKIN (Russia)
Chairs Oleg MEDVEDEV (Russia)
Damien GRUSON (Belgium)
16.30-16.45 Cardiovascular prevention in EU countries: potential and limitations of eHealth
Hugo SANER, Switzerland
16.30-16.50 Potential of short messages by social media to visualize science
Mamas A. MAMAS, United Kingdom
16.30-16.50 Point-of-care testing and cardiac markers
Sergio BERNARDINI, Italy
16.45-17.00 Cardiovascular prevention in Russia: is there place for eHealth?
Nana POGOSOVA, Russia
16.50-17.10 How to maximize impact/visibility of scientific output
Paul CUMMINS, Netherlands
16.50-17.10 Paving the way for eLaboratory medicine
Bernard GOUGET, France
17.00-17.15 eHealth in treatment of metabolic disorders in coronary heart disease patients
Olga SOKOLOVA, Russia
17.10-17.30 IT medical communication in Russia
Oxana DRAPKINA, Russia
17.10-17.30 Smart digital laboratories: new perspectives for old diseases
Damien GRUSON, Belgium
17.15-17.30 Potential of eHealth and telemedicine in preventive care: experience from Australia
Marlien VARNFIELD, Australia
17.30-17.50 Publishing and learning activities for telemedicine progress
17.30-17.50 Modern possibilities of mobile imaging in cardiology
Viktor NIKIFOROV, Russia
17.30-17.45 Positive impact of regional network of anticoagulant cabinets supported by IT solution
Nadezhda VOROBYEVA, Russia
17.45-18.00 Discussion 17.50-18.00 Discussion 17.50-18.00 Discussion
18.00-19.00 Networking Cocktail
October 30, 2018 (Tuesday)
08.00-09.00 Registration
Hall Sechenov Hall Pirogov Hall Abrikosov
09.00-10.30 mHealth Applications, Platforms and Ecosystem 09.00-10.30 e-Imaging 09.00-10.30 Regulation, Security, Safety and Data Protection
Chairs Mamas A. MAMAS (United Kingdom)
Oleg MEDVEDEV (Russia)
Chairs Nico BRUINING (Netherlands)
Sergey TERNOVOY (Russia)
Chairs Georgy LEBEDEV (Russia)
Paul CUMMINS (Netherlands)
09.00-09.20 m-Health: state of the art
Enrico Gianluca CAIANI, Italy
09.00-09.15 A novel municipal networked cathlab sharing system
Joost DAEMEN, Netherlands
09.00-09.20 Telemedicine in Russia: regulatory issues
Alexandra ORECHOVICH, Russia
09.20-09.40 Prospects of mHealth in Russia
Nana POGOSOVA, Russia
09.15-09.30 Real-time remote cardiovascular image exchange
Nico BRUINING, Netherlands
09.20-09.40 Main trends in the development of digital health in Russia and the Sechenov University
Georgy LEBEDEV, Russia
09.40-10.00 New mobile technologies for arrhythmia detection
Philipp KOPYLOV, Russia
09.30-09.45 Quantification of atherosclerotic plaque structure: role of CT
Sergey TERNOVOY, Russia
09.40-10.00 Information Security in Digital Health
Ilia RYABKOV, Russia
Pavel KOZHIN, Russia
10.00-10.20 Telemonitoring and caching self management platforms
Lisette van GEMERT, Netherlands
09.45-10.00 Digital imaging modalities (CT and MRI) and AI for assessment of myocardial perfusio
Valentin SINITSYN, Russia
10.00-10.20 The use of blockchain technology in medicine
Konstantin KOSHECHKIN, Russia
10.00-10.15 Role of flow computational methods (CT FFR) for studies of myocardial perfusion
Ekaterina PERSHINA, Russia
10.20-10.30 Discussion 10.15-10.30 Discussion 10.20-10.30 Discussion
10.30-11.00 Coffee Break
Hall Sechenov Hall Pirogov Hall Abrikosov
11.00-12.30 Telemedicine in Heart Failure 11.00-12.30 e-Intervention and Emergency Care 11.00-12.30 Lifestyle Tracking for Prevention
Chairs Friedrich KÖHLER (Germany)
Yury BELENKOV (Russia)
Chairs  Dariusz DUDEK (Poland)
Sergey ABUGOV (Russia)
Chairs Nana POGOSOVA (Russia)
Hugo SANER (Switzerland)
11.00-11.20 Heart failure in Russia: facts and future perspectives
Yury BELENKOV, Russia
11.00-11.20 Upcoming imaging methods in the intervention room
Joost DAEMEN, Netherlands
11.00-11.20 Fitness trackers – helpers or pain in the neck for cardiologists?
Oleg MEDVEDEV, Russia
11.20-11.40 Insights from TIMI-HF 2 Trial
Friedrich KÖHLER, Germany
11.20-11.40 Robotic assistance in the cathlab
Paul CUMMINS, Netherlands
11.20-11.40 eHealth Ecosystems as a permanent healthcare monitoring solution
Michael PREPELITSKIY, Russia
11.40-12.00 Invasive sensoring for Heart Failure patients
Leor PERL, Israel
11.40-12.00 Cardiovascular hologram in the cathlab
Dariusz DUDEK, Poland
11.40-12.00 Combination of ambient sensors with biosensors to prevent serious events in elderly people
Prabitha URWYLER-HARISCHANDRA, Switzerland
12.00-12.20 Heart Failure now and in the future – Can BigData help?
Friedrich KÖHLER, Germany
12.00-12.20 Medical forums, social nets and messengers for education, proctoring and local heart and aortic team. Do we need them?
Sergey ABUGOV, Russia
12.00-12.20 A smartphone photo tells you the carbohydrates on your plate
Stavroula MOUGIAKAKOU, Switzerland
12.20-12.30 Discussion 12.20-12.30 Discussion 12.20-12.30 Discussion
12.30-13.30 Break, Poster Session
Hall Sechenov Hall Pirogov Hall Abrikosov
13.30-15.00 Diagnostic opportunities of new method of distant 24-hour online ECG monitoring of patients with cardiac rhythm disorder.
Remote monitoring of treatment efficacy
13.30-15.00 TBA 13.30-15.00 Symposium Medtronic
Chairs Sergey MAMCHUR (Russia) Chairs TBA Chairs TBA
Session Daksmed - General Partner
15.00-15.30 Break
Hall Sechenov Hall Pirogov Hall Abrikosov
15.30-17.00 Big Data at Your Fingertip 15.30-17.00 Young Investigators Award Session 15.30-17.00 Telerehabilitation
Chairs  Enrico Gianluca CAIANI (Italy)
Chairs Hugo SANER (Switzerland)
Philipp KOPYLOV (Russia)
Chairs Ewa PIOTROWICZ (Poland)
Marlien VARNFIELD (Australia)
15.30-15.45 What is “Big data”
Enrico Gianluca CAIANI, Italy
15.30-15.40 Robust topological approach to ECG analysis for express assessment of the patient's cardiac status
Ilya ROMANETZ, Russia
15.30-15.45 Virtual rehabilitation coach at home for cardiac patients
Marc LANGE, Belgium
Stefan BUSNATU, Belgium
15.40-15.50 Integration of instrumental diagnostic methods into medical information and analytical systems at the level of the end user - the patient
Igor GONCHAROV, Russia
15.45-16.00 Big data: potential applications in Cardiology
Eric BOERSMA, Netherlands
15.50-16.00 Efficacy assessment of outpatient monitoring chronic heart failure patiens with Carelink technology devices
Vyachslav NESTEROV, Russia
15.45-16.10 Home-based or center-based cardiac rehabilitation
Jos J KRAAL, Netherlands
16.00-16.10 Simulations of non-transmural infarct in human ventricles
Svyatoslav KHAMZIN, Russia
16.00-16.15 Big data from large registries
Mamas A. MAMAS, United Kingdom
16.10-16.20 Towards automated TAVI device size selection using artificial intelligence
Patricio ASTUDILLO, Belgium
16.00-16.15 Telerehabilitation: ready for heart failure patients?
16.15-16.30 Distinction of physical activity and stress using RR intervals
Ralf E.D. SEEPOLD, Germany
16.30-16.40 Effects of two different preventive counselling programs with remote support on stress level and quality of life in coronary patients with abdominal obesity
Anzhela SALBIEVA, Russia
16.15-16.30 Cardiorehabilitation and telecardiomonitoring: modern workflows and high-tech solutions for medical institutions of any size and complexity
16.30-16.45 Practical experience of application of artificial intelligence methods for data analysis in medicine
16.40-16.50 Effects of 58 days head-down bed rest on cardiac time and amplitude parameters extracted from smartphone accellerometers
Federica LANDREANI, Italy
16.30-16.45 Personalized training games for rehabilitation
Karin CONINX, Belgium
16.45-17.00 Discussion 16.50-17.00 Discussion 16.45-17.00 Discussion
Hall Sechenov
17.00-17.20 Awards. Closing Remarks


1 PS-1 Information-analytical system as an automated workplace for health system management Lebedev G.S., Polikarpov A.V., Golubev N.A., Lisnenko A.A., Koshechkin K.A. Lebedev G.S., Polikarpov A.V., Golubev N.A., Lisnenko A.A., Koshechkin K.A.
2 PS-2 Modelling of a weak components in the dynamic series Ikonnikova I., Novoselova T.
3 PS-3 Using machine learning to build next generation tools for cardiovascular diagnosis Malyuk M., Lyubimov N., Mourad A.
4 PS-4 Common Information Space To Support Medical And Scientific Activities Of The Republican Specialized Scientific-Practical Medical Center Of Cardiology (Uzbekistan) and Cardiological Services Kurbanov R.D., Trigulova T.Kh., Akhmedov D.D., Bazarov R.K., Mashkhurova Z.T.
5 PS-5 Telemedicine among medical students and patients without medical education in Russia Zorina E., Zakiev V.
6 PS-6 Telemedicine: opportunities and possibilities Zhovnerchuk E.V., Abritalin Е.Y., Zhovnerchuk I.Y.
7 PS-7 En route - genetically informed, digitally accompanied Schmailzl K.J.G., Thomas F., Safi S., Quaet-Faslem I., Caumanns J.
8 PS-8 Place Of Electronic Questionnaire In The Youth Prevention System Evsevyeva M., Eremin M., Sergeeva O., Gal'kova I., Rusidi A., Fursova E.
9 PS-9 Use of Augmented Reality in improvement of patient examination/monitoring process on the example of a wireless heart rate monitor Proniewska K., Dołęga-Dołęgowski D., Łudzik J., Dudek D.
10 PS-10 Opportunities of increasing medical literacy of the Russian Federation population through the Instagram social network Demkina А.Е., Bezikova M.U., Ryabinina М.N., Tabina A.E., Ivannikova Е.V.
11 PS-11 Features of using telemedicine in the national medical research center of cardiology Grigin Vladimir Alekseevich, Boytsov Sergey Anatolyevich
12 PS-12 Boundaryless Hospital Schmailzl K.J.G., Thomas F., Safi S., Quaet-Faslem I., Caumanns J.
13 PS-13 Critical success factors for implementation of telemonitoring and evaluation of a home-monitoring program from clinical practice Blok S., Winter M.M., Hendriksma W., Haan R., Schuuring M.J., Dohmen D.A.J., Tulevski I.I., Somsen G.A.
14 PS-14 Empirical research on the acceptance of digital technologies in medcicine Safi S., Schachinger A., Quaet-Faslem I., Thomas F., Schmailzl K.J.G.
15 PS-15 Digital solutions for cross-sector medical care Safi S., Thiessen Th., Goehler J., Schmailzl K.J.G.
16 PS-16 Intelligent decision support systems in cardiology Borde A.S.
17 PS-17 On The Evaluation Of The Course Of The Cardiovascular System’s Diseases Using Neural Networks Adilova F., Ikramov A., Trigulova R.
18 PS-18 Stochastic description for some heart rate variability (HRV): sinus arrhythmia and extrasystoles Kislukhin V.V.
19 PS-19 "Personal account" on the website of a medical organization. The way from an alternative method of communication with the patient to the main source of information Irinarkhov M.G., Tikhonov E.V., Zharikov I.A., Kadykova A.V., Larchenko E.V., Davidyuk N.V.
20 PS-20 D2D : Doctor to Doctor, platform for remote ecg/ekg interpretation between general practitioners and cardiologists Chaker Riadh, Faouzi Addad
21 PS-21 mHealth adoption factors for patients in the developing world. An instrument development. Addotey-Delove M., Nii-Addotey, Scott R.E., Mars M.
22 PS-22 Multifunctional Register of Patients with Ischemic Heart Disease after Coronary Bypass Surgery in Clinical Practice Efros L.A., Samorodskaya I.V.
23 PS-23 Organization of the system of correspondence consultations (cardio bureau) in cardiological and cardiosurgical practice of KhMAO-Ugra Urvantceva I., Kozhokar K.
24 PS-24 Organization of the work of cardiological on the territory of Khanty-Mansi autonomous district - Ugra Urvantceva I., Kozhokar K.
25 PS-25 Remote monitoring in the diagnosis of post ablation atrial tachycardias. Kazakov A.I., Morozov A.N., Hayrapetyan A.V., Yashin S.M.
26 PS-26 Safety assessment of an early discharge of patients following endovascular treatment of coronary arteries with telemetric ECG monitoring Silvestrova G.A., Basinkevich A.B., Danilushkin Y.V., Shamrina N.S., Bubnov D.S., Ryabikina G.V., Matchin Y.G., Ageev F.T.
27 PS-27 Snomed CT–Based Structuring Of Clinical Texts In Cardiology Akhmedov D.D., Trigulova T.Kh., Bazarov R.K., Mashkhurova Z.T., Kurbanov R.D.
28 PS-28 Use of natural language processing to classify mobile health apps: performance evaluation Paglialonga A., Schiavo M., Caiani E.G.
29 PS-29 Wearable multi-sensor platform with 7 days-ECG Schmailzl K.J.G., Thomas F., Toumi H., Woellenstein M.
30 PS-30 The effect of preventive counseling with focus on diet modification and remote support by phone on metabolic parameters in patients with high cardiovascular risk Pogosova N.V., Yusubova A.I., Yufereva Y.M., Karpova A.V., Ausheva A.K., Vygodin V.A.
31 PS-31 mHealth telemonitoring in adult patients with congenital heart disease Winter M.M., Kauw D., Koole M.A.C., Dohmen D.A.J., Tulevski I.I., Somsen G.A., Mulder B.J.M., Bouma B.J., Schuuring M.J.
32 PS-32 Remote monitoring in cardiac surgery Damrina E., Irinarkhov M., Tarasov D., Kadykova A., Bulatova G.
33 PS-33 The using long-term electrocardiographic telemonitoring in a young athlete with ventricular arrhythmias Popov S.V., Alekseeva D.Yu., Zemskov I.A., Grigoryev V.V., Vasichkina E.S.

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