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Estrategias para mejorar la formación de Mujeres Intervencionistas Latinoamericanas (MIL)

05/01 | MIL Group / SOLACI / CACI Webinar: Strategies to Improve the Training of Latin American Interventionist Women

05/01 | MIL Group / SOLACI / CACI Webinar: Strategies to Improve the Training of Latin American Interventionist Women

We invite you to participate in a new SOLACI virtual event open to the entire community. It will be carried out with the support of Boston Scientific and it will have the participation of prestigious hemodynamicists from all over Latin America. The event will take place on next Saturday, May 1 at 11.00 a.m. (Argentine time;

The Most Read Articles in Interventional Cardiology during February

01- Efficacy of AstraZeneca’s Vaccine against COVID-19 This study, published in the Lancet, looks into the vaccine resulting from the collaboration of the Oxford University and AstraZeneca, among others. Read more HERE 02- Findings on Sputnik V Vaccine Against COVID-19 The Sputnik V vaccine was developed by Gamaleya NRCEM. Similarly to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, it is based on a viral vector,

The Most Read Articles of January in Interventional Cardiology

01- New Valvular Heart Disease Guidelines with Key TAVI and Mitral Regurgitation Updates Valvular heart disease management guidelines were updated last week by the AHA and the ACC.  Read more HERE 02- High Risk Anatomy Challenges ISCHEMIA Outcomes According to this recent analysis published in JAHA, patients with stable Ischemic heart disease and high-risk anatomy benefit from revascularization

Most read articles of november

The Most Read Articles in Interventional Cardiology

01- Ticagrelor or Prasugrel in ST Elevation MI In patients undergoing ST elevation acute myocardial infarction (STEMI) receiving primary PCI, no significative differences between prasugrel and ticagrelor were found. However, the latter was associated to a significantly higher number of repeat MI when considered separately.  Read more HERE 02- Number of Hours of Sleep and

Agenda SOLACI 2020

2020 SOLACI Calendar of Events | A Year Full of Extraordinary Interventional Cardiology Events

SOLACI’s commitment to the development of interventional cardiology in Latin America doubles down in 2020. Our institution is fostering a variety of events, programs, and activities to continue boosting our specialty in our region, a tradition we have never ceased to honor in the past 26 years. From February 28th to March 2nd, 2021, Hilton Buenos


SOLACI Research | SOLACI’s Innovative Research Area

We have the pleasure to announce the creation of SOLACI’s research department under the name “SOLACI Research”, aimed at fostering clinical research in the region by creating registries, developing local guidelines, core-lab, consultation and training sessions coordinated by SOLACI. All interventional cardiologists meeting our basic requirements willing to participate can join the research department as

The Most Read Scientific Articles of January in Solaci.org

The Most Read Scientific Articles of January in Solaci.org

01- Soon after the EXCEL “Scandal” the NOBLE 5-year Outcomes Come Out: Mere Coincidence? There is no such thing as coincidence, at least not for the evidence-based medical science. This is what the NOBLE 5-year outcomes, soon to be published in the Lancet, seem to say, in line with the BBC exposé of the EXCEL

Become a Member

Why join SOLACI? The Latin American Society of Interventional Cardiology (SOLACI) has been consistently promoting and developing interventional cardiology in our region for the past 26 years. This landmark organization is present in 20 countries across Latin America and the Caribbean; its educational programs, as well as the renowned yearly Congress and Sessions, reflect its prestige. In

The Most Read Scientific Articles of December in Solaci.org

The Most Read Articles of December in solaci.org

1- Consensus on How to Conduct Follow-Up in Peripheral Vascular Disease Peripheral vascular disease involves multiple areas and, therefore, can have very different presentations (from complete lack of symptoms to disabling symptoms). Depending on clinical presentation, general condition, anatomical localization, and lesion extension, revascularization can be indicated alongside optimal medical treatment. Read also HERE 2-