European Society for Cardiovascular and Endovascular Surgery (ESCVS)
Société européenne de chirurgie cardiovasculaire et endovasculaire
Europäische Vereinigung für Kardiovaskuläre und Endovaskuläre Chirurgie
1951-05-31 Turin Italy
31 May 1951, Turin (Italy), by René Leriche, as European Chapter of H-XC1443 - International Society for Vascular Specialists (ISVS). Original title: European Society for Cardiovascular Surgery (ESCVS) – Société européenne de chirurgie cardiovasculaire – Europäische Vereinigung für Herz- und Gefässchirurgie.
Promote investigation and study of the art, science and therapy of cardiovascular diseases, coordinate this knowledge and disseminate it; facilitate exchange of ideas in the field of cardiovascular diseases through meetings and by personal contacts among cardiovascular specialists.
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Committee; National Delegates' Committee; Cardiac and Vascular Programme Committees.
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