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EAS Advanced Course on Epidemiology & Genetics - Causality of Risk Factors - Preliminary Programme
Thursday May 24, 2018
  12.00-13.00  Arrivals and Registration
  13.00-13.15  Opening 
György Paragh, Debrecen, Hungary
Paolo Parini, Stockholm, Sweden
  13.15-13.45  Lipoprotein metabolism
Speaker TBC
  13.45-14.15  Epidemiology and brief history of FH
Speaker TBC
  14.15-14.35  Dietary management of dyslipidaemia
Maciej Banach, Lodz, Poland 
  14.35-15.05  Lipid lowering effect of nutraceuticals 
Maciej Banach, Lodz, Poland  
  15.05-15.25  Discussion 
  15.25-15.55  Genetic origin of FH
István Balogh, Debrecen, Hungary 
  15.55-16.25  Metabolic abnormalities in familial hypercholesterolaemia
László Márk, Gyula, Hungary 
  16.25-16.35  Discussion 
  16.35-17.00  Coffee Break 
  17.00-17.30  Cardiovascular pathology
Judit Barta, Debrecen, Hungary
  17.30-18.00  Clinical symptoms of FH
Zsolt Pécsvárady, Budapest, Hungary 
  19.30-22.00 Welcome Dinner
Friday May 25, 2018
  09.00-09.20 Diagnosis of FH
Zoltán Böröcz, Budapest, Hungary
  09.20-09.40  Screening of FH
Béla Benczúr, Szekszárd, Hungary
 

09.40-10.00

Differential diagnosis of hypercholesterolaemias
István Reiber, Székesfehervár, Hungary
  10.00-10.20  Discussion
  10.20-10.40  Imaging techniques and laboratory biomarkers for prognosis of FH
György Kerekes, Debrecen, Hungary 
 

10.40-11.00

Evolution of lipid lowering therapy
György Paragh, Debrecen, Hungary 
  11.00-11.20 Statin intolerance
Péter Fülöp, Debrecen, Hungary
  11.20-11.40 Combination of statin and other lipid lowering treatment
László Bajnok, Pécs, Hungary
  11.40-12.00  Discussion
  12.00-13.30 Lunch 
  13.30-13.50 LDL apheresis. Prognostic value of Lp(a) in patients with FH
Mariann Harangi, Debrecen, Hungary
  13.50-14.10  Treatment of FH in children
Edit Bárdi, Linz, Austria
  14.10-14.30  Treatment of FH in pregnancy
Imre Juhász, Debrecen, Hungary 
  14.30-14.50  Discussion
  14.50-15.00  Coffee Break 
    Guided walking tour of the city of Debrecen and its famous university
  19.00-22.00 Dinner
Saturday May 26, 2018
  09.00-09.30  New treatments for severe familial hypercholesterolaemia
Paolo Parini, Stockholm, Sweden
  09.30-10.00  Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of familial hypercholesterolaemia
Paolo Parini, Stockholm, Sweden
  10.00-10.20  Role of patient societies
Ákos Gesztes, Budapest, Hungary
  10.20-10.40  How can the FH organisation be enlarged to lipid patient organisations and to be strengthened?
Theodora Weisz, Zurich, Switzerland
  10.40-11.00  Coffee Break
  11.00-12.00  Case presentations
  12.00-13.00 Lunch
  13.00-14.00  Case presentations 
  14.00-14.15  Closing 
    Departure 
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
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