Call for abstracts – Poster Session
Contribute to the 2nd Scientific Meeting of EUROTACLUB! We encourage you to submit your original research. All accepted abstracts will be displayed in the Poster Area.
Abstract submission rules
All abstracts must be submitted and presented in English. We recommend the following abstract structure: Background, Purpose/Aim, Methods, Results, Conclusions.
The maximum abstract size is 3500 characters (including spaces). In addition to text you may add one table or still image (as attachment).
You should not mention authors or institution names in the abstract text.
Poster technical requirements
The maximum dimensions of your poster should not exceed 100x70 cm, portrait orientation. Posters on several paper sheets will not be accepted.
Call for cases – Oral Session
Submit your most challenging cases, tips&tricks, unique solutions and complications. All accepted cases will be presented in the Clinical Cases session.
Cases submission rules
We encourage you to include interesting images and videos. All accepted cases with videos will be presented as teasers on the Workshop website.
We recommend wetransfer (https://www.wetransfer.com) service to submit your large case files (high-resolution photos or videos). Just add your files, enter firstname.lastname@example.org as “Friend’s email”, enter your e-mail address as “Your email” and click “Transfer”.
Presentation technical requirements
Your presentation should be saved in one of the following file formats: .ppt, .pps, .pptx, .ppsx, .pdf.
Please check that all the slides are displayed correctly and all the videos are playable.
Please note that any research involving human subjects must conform to the Declaration of Helsinki. We remind you that patient’s personal data should be avoided. The patient must not be identifiable in your presentation and/or poster.
Stecko W, Wańczura P. Impella assisted high-risk LMCA rotational aterectomy in 77-years old patient after CABG
Jastrzębski A, Włodarczak A. Protected Left Main and Cx PCI with Rotational Atherectomy.
Michalski B., Peruga JZ. High-risk urgent rotablation in a severe patient supported by Impella.
Bartuś S., Januszek R., Legutko J., Rzeszutko Ł., Dziewierz A., Dudek D. Long-term effects of rotational atherectomy in patients with heavy calcified coronary artery lesions: a single-centre experience.
Januszek R., Siudak Z., Dziewierz A., Dudek D., Bartuś S. Predictors of in-hospital effectiveness and complications of rotational atherectomy (from the ORPKI Polish National Registry 2014-2016).
Zimoch W., Kosowski M., Kubler P., Tomasiewicz B., Rakotoarison O., Telichowski A., Reczuch K. Periprocedural variations of platelet and endothelium function biomarkers during rotational atherectomy.
Dobrzycki S., Kralisz P., Nowak K., Prokopczuk P., Dobrzycki K., Sosnowski B. Coronary rotational atherectomy - single center experience.
Dobrzycki S., Kralisz P., Nowak K., Prokopczuk P., Dobrzycki K., Sosnowski B. Gender differences in clinical characteristics and early outcomes in patients treated with rotational atherectomy of severely calcified coronary lesions.
Dobrzycki S., Kralisz P., Nowak K., Prokopczuk P., Dobrzycki K., Sosnowski B. Prevalence and risk factors of myocardial infarction related to percutaneous coronary intervention (type 4a) in stable coronary artery disease patients treated with rotational atherectomy of severely calcified coronary lesions.
Ferenc M., Buettner HJ., Mashayekhi K., Kübler P., Gick M., Neumann F-J. Long term outcome after rotablation for bail-out in severely calcified coronary lesions.