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ESC Congress 2019 - Paris

CARDIOMETRY live!

We are pleased to invite our readers to visit us at ESC 2019 in Paris!

Our booth: Stand C650, Pavilion 7/1. 10:00 - 17:00 from Saturday 31 August to Tuesday 3 September.

Report by Prof. Mikhail Rudenko:

Sunday 01 Sep 2019 (Digital Health Stage 2 - Digital Health Area)

10:00 - 10:50 - Other e-Health and Digital Health

10:25 - 10:33 Cardiocode

Our book in WoS™ Core Collection

We are glad to inform you that the book "Theoretical principles of heart cycle phase analysis" written by researchers from Russian New University has been accepted and indexed in The Book Citation Index in Web of Science™ Core Collection

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