European Society for Noninvasive and Preventive Cardiology (ESNIPC)
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1960 Zeist Netherlands
1960, Zeist (Netherlands), as European Society for Ballistocardiographic Research. Subsequent name changes: to European Society for Ballistocardiography and Cardiovascular Dynamics, 1971; European Society for Noninvasive Cardiovascular Dynamics (ESNICVD), 1978. Current name adopted, 2009. Also referred to as BCG Society. Current by-laws adopted 22 Sep 1986, Purmerend (Netherlands). Registered in accordance with Netherlands Civil Code.
Unite scientists and professionals whose common interest is to promote understanding of cardiovascular physiology, pathophysiology and imaging with non-invasive methods, in both research and medical practice, with major commitment in prevention of the most common forms of cardiovascular disease in adults and in prevention of sudden death in athletes.
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