Nov 12th, 2021 – It’s time for the no finish line!

The whole Cardiothoracic Centre’s team is getting ready to “boost its rhythm” to save children!

For almost 20 years, the Centre has been participating in the No Finish Line and the enthusiastic commitment of its runners and walkers has not wavered.

After two consecutive years of winning 2nd place on the team podium, the participants have decided to step up the pace even more for this 22nd edition. We cannot wait for November 13th!

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Oct 22nd, 2021 – 32nd International Day: the current approach to the aortic valve

The aortic valve is located at the centre of the heart, not only from an anatomical point of view, but certainly in our practice as cardiologists and surgeons. It is the cardiac structure that has undergone the most radical changes in recent years, imposing modifications in both our operative indications and treatment techniques.

It is this vast challenge that the Monaco Cardio-Thoracic Centre’s Scientific Day, on Friday 22nd October 2021 in the Salle Eiffel of the Hôtel Hermitage, was tackling.

Numerous speakers, both French and foreign, were invited to share their experience.

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Sep 9th, 2021 – Video of the 4 weeks : current management of complex aortic aneurysms, by Pr. E. Rosset.

The Thursday meetings are back. This month, Professor Eugenio Rosset presents the “Current management of complex aortic aneurysms”.

The meetings are traditionally held one Thursday a month, at 8pm, in the meeting room on the 10th floor of the C.C.M. (parking provided).
After a presentation by medical imaging of the files of interest during the past 4 weeks, a thirty-minute presentation on current affairs is followed by a dinner to continue the exchange of information.
A bibliographical review presented by Dr Michel Sabatier precedes the meeting.

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