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Abstract Submission

The International Coronary Congress is now accepting abstracts for the upcoming 10th Annual Meeting.
Submit Your Abstract
Deadline: Monday, 10 June, 2024 at 23:59 Eastern Time (New York)
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Abstract and Cases deemed appropriate for presentation before the International Coronary Congress (ICC) will have the following characteristics:
  • Original, new and significant scientific work.
  • Major updates and/or significant follow-up on established procedures and/or research.
  • Additional definition of previous studies that modify in a major way an understanding of techniques or technologies.
  • The submitted Abstract should not be similar to work submitted to, or under consideration by, other organizations and/or journals.

Abstract Preparation & Submission Instructions

  • Abstracts must be submitted electronically. The deadline is Monday, 10 June, 2024 at 23:59, Eastern Time (New York).

  • Total abstract word limit is 350. There is a minimum word count of 50 words.

  • There are two presentation formats: Oral Presentation and e-Poster Presentation. When submitting an abstract, one of the following options must be selected:
    • Oral Presentation
    • Oral or e-Poster Presentation
    • e-Poster Presentation Only

Abstract Submission Categories:

  • CABG in Women
  • Off-pump CABG
  • Best Practices in Cardiopulmonary Bypass and Cardioplegia
  • Minimally Invasive + Robotic CABG (MIDCAB/MICS/LAST) + Hybrid CABG
  • Conduit Configuration, Harvesting Techniques and Alternative Conduits
  • Novel Techniques and Technologies in CABG
  • ERAS after CABG/CABG Pathways
  • Outcomes in CABG
  • Atrial Fibrillation Management in CABG
  • Heart Failure and CABG
  • Coronary Imaging Angiography, CT FFR, MRI, Nuclear Stress
  • Relative Efficacy of CABG and PCI
  • Management of Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation during CABG
  • Challenging CABG Cases
  • Infection Prevention and Treatment
  • Management of CAD
  • Quality Control in CABG
  • Prevention and Treatment of Surgical Site Infection in CABG
  • Coronary Misc