On November 10-12, 2018, the American Heart Association (AHA) annual conference was held in Chicago (Illinois, USA)
The three-day conference was attended by several thousand doctors, developers of medical equipment, entrepreneurs and other experts in the field of cardiology from around the world. The representative of Russia, namely the researcher of the Russian New University Kamyshev K.V., also took an active part therein.
A great variety of topics were considered by the participants. Among them are such fields as blood flow biophysics, ECG interpretation and hemodynamic parameters calculation, i.e. the areas where the Russian New University achieved the greatest success. The University innovations attracted widespread attention and received wide recognition.
Similar paradoxes are often found in the conventional theory of cardiology because of lack of adequate theoretical models of hemodynamic processes. The hemodynamic parameters are described in the conventional concepts in the most antiquated way so that it hinders their proper use in practice. The same is the case with the existing standards in ECG diagnostics which are based on experience evidence only and show essential inconsistencies, too. In everyday practice, legal but not physical nature of these parameters prevails.
The conference provided all participants with a unique opportunity to show their developments and share ideas within the community, and it was organized and conducted in the most perfect manner. The Russian New University staff thanks colleagues from the American Heart Association (AHA) for the invitation and warm welcome: we are looking forward to further cooperation!