WORLD HEART FEDERATION

Wolrd Congress on Rheumatic Heart Disease

 

2-4 November Abu Dhabi
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  12-P Beneficial Effect of Resveratrol to Inhibit Pathological Myofibroblast Differentiation of Valvular Interstitial Cell in Experimental Heart Valve Model Ricardo Adrian Nugraha Received Received
  15-P IMMUNE SYSTEM ACTIVATION IN RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE Abdul Wajid Khan Faisal Received Received
  16-P IMPROVISED TRICUSPID ANNULOPLASTY DURING LEFT SIDE VALVE SURGERY CAUSED BY RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE. Fekede agwar Received Received
  17-P Doctors with borders: the impact of international travel bans on Timorese citizens awaiting cardiac intervention Elizabeth Paratz Received Received
  18-P Taking the pulse of Timor-Leste€s cardiac needs: a ten-year descriptive time-trend analysis Elizabeth Paratz Received Received
  19-P Adult and paediatric cardiac intervention in Timor-Leste: disease burden, demographics and clinical outcomes Elizabeth Paratz Received Received
  20-P Telemedicine to Timor-Leste: implementing an international cardiac telehealth service during population dislocation, floods and COVID-19 Elizabeth Paratz Received Received
  22-P Echocardiographic profile of children with Rheumatic Heart Disease at Tertiary Cardiac Center of Nepal Subhash Shah Received Received
  34-P A snowball approach for screening of asymptomatic Rheumatic Heart Disease among school age children in Ethiopia: A comparative cross-sectional study Demeke Mekonnen Mengistie Received Received
  36-P MitraClip versus Pascal in transcatheter mitral valve repair (TMVR) and the most valuable outcomes following surgery: A systematic review meta-analysis of 1398 patients. Mohamed Gbreel Received Received
  37-P Follow-up echocardiographic changes in children and youth aged less than 25 years with latent rheumatic heart disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis of global data. Carl Francia Received Received
  39-P RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE AN ECHO BASED SCREENING: A FOUR -YEAR AUDIT OF SUVA SCHOOL PROGRAM FROM 2018-2021 Valeria Walesi Natuman Received Received
  41-P FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SEVERITY OF RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE AMONG PATIENTS IN MOI TEACHING AND REFERRAL HOSPITAL, KENYA, 2020 Nasirumbi Magero Received Received
  44-P MANAGEMENT OF ACQUIRED HEART VALVULOPATHY: CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY ON 159 CASES IN THE CARDIOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF THE IDRISSA POUYE GENERAL HOSPITAL Aliou Alassane Ngaide Received Received
  45-P A COMPARISON OF STERNAL PRECAUTIONS V/S MODIFIED STERNAL PRECAUTIONS DURING CARDIAC REHABILITATION OF PATIENTS FOLLOWING MEDIAN STERNOTOMY. A RANDOMISED PILOT CONTROLLED TRIAL Sridhar Shirodkar Received Received
  47-P Prevention of Rheumatic Heart Diseases in Chongwe District, Zambia Webby Mwamulela Received Received
  48-P ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC ASSESSMENT OF MITRAL VALVE BY WILKINS SCORING TO DETERMINE THE OUTCOME OF PERCUTANEOUS MITRAL BALLOON VALVULOPLASTY Zeeshan Ahmed Kayani Received Received
  49-P Clinical presentation, echocardiographic findings and short term outcomes of children admitted with rheumatic heart disease in a tertiary care hospital in Khartoum €Sudan. Esraa Almahi Received Received
  51-P IRON DEFICIENCY IN CHRONIC HEART FAILURE PATIENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL IN LUSAKA, ZAMBIA. Sandra Lungu Received Received
  53-P How much penicillin to prevent streptococcal pharyngitis? Thel Hla Received Received
  54-P EARLY OUTCOMES OF MITRAL VALVE REPLACEMENT PERFORMED BY RESIDENTS ON HIGH RISK PATIENTS AT A CENTRE SERVING URBAN POOR COMMUNITY. (A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE) Alfred Omo Received Received
  55-P RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN SCHOOL ATTENDING NEPALESE CHILDREN: A DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF THE NATIONAL HEART SCREENING DATABASE Prakash Raj Regmi Received Received
  56-P TRENDS IN RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN EGYPT (2006-2023): DATA FROM THE NATIONAL RHEUMATIC HEART PREVENTION AND CONTROL PROGRAM Alaaeldin Elghamrawy Received Received
  57-P A STRATEGIC POLICY OF CAPACITY BUILDING FOR THE DEFINITIVE TREATMENT OF ADVANCED RHEUMATIC AND STRUCTURAL HEART PATHOLOGIES-35 YEARS OF EVIDENCE, IMPACT AND LESSONS LEARNED IN UNDERSERVED NATIONS Nilas Young Received Received
  58-P Effect of rheumatic process on myocardial performance in patients with mild to moderate rheumatic mitral regurgitation: a strain study Asim Katbeh Received Received
  64-P Filling the evidence gap to reduce the incidence of skin infections through environmental health initiatives Stephanie Enkel Received Received
  65-P Putting the P in SToP: Health Promotion and Environmental Health in the See, Treat and Prevent Skin Sores and Scabies Trial Stephanie Enkel Received Received
  70-P PATTERN OF RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE AND TREATMENT PRACTICES AMONG LIBYAN ADULT FEMALES AT TERTIARY CENTER VALVE CLINIC (TRIPOLI / LIBYA / 2017-2022); THE PERSISTING BURDEN AND CHALLENGES Elham Elgdhafi Received Received
  72-P DEVELOPMENT OF A PEPTIDE-BASED VACCINE TO PREVENT RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE Michael Good Received Received
  76-P RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE (RHD) BURDEN IN AUSTRALIA: RESULTS AND LEARNINGS FROM USE OF PERSON-LINKED MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL DATA Judith Katzenellenbogen Received Received
  78-P A STANDARDZIED COMPETENCY TRAINING PROGRAM TO BUILD CAPACITY OF FRONTLINE HEALTHCARE WORKERS TO CONDUCT ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC SCREENING FOR RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE Scott Wirth Received Received
  79-P HIGH RATES OF MORTALITY IN UGANDA FOLLOWING ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER: A COMMUNITY-BASED PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY Scott Wirth Received Received
  81-P Subcutaneous infusion of penicillin (SCIP): Preliminary results of a phase II trial Julie Bennett Received Received
  82-P School and clinical-based experimentation to ascertain Streptococcus pyogenes (Strep A) transmission Stephanie Enkel Received Received
  83-P HOUSEHOLD TRANSMISSION OF STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES (STREP A): A REVIEW TO INFORM POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH INTERVENTIONS FOR REMOTE LIVING ABORIGINAL COMMUNITIES AT HIGH RISK OF RHEUMATIC FEVER Stephanie Enkel Received Received
  85-P RAPID MOLECULAR TESTING AIDS TIMELY DIAGNOSIS OF STREP A INFECTION IN NEW ZEALAND CHILDREN WITH ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER Rachel Webb Received Received
  86-P PAROXYSMAL ATRIAL FIBRILLATION WITH HOLTER ECG MONITORING IN PATIENTS WITH SEVERE RHEUMATIC MITRAL STENOSIS IN SINUS RHYTHM AT TIKUR ANBESSA SPECIALIZED HOSPITAL, AAU: PROSPECTIVE CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY Demu Mideksa Received Received
  87-P POST-OPERATIVE OUTCOMES IN CRITICALLY ILL RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE PATIENTS AT THE SALAM CENTRE FOR CARDIAC SURGERY KHARTOUM (SUDAN): A 5-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS (2017-2022) Naomi Kebba Received Received
  88-P RHEUMATIC MITRAL REPAIR IN NEPAL: EARLY EXPERIENCE Rabindra Timala Received Received
  91-P PREVENTING A FUTURE CRISIS: ADDRESSING RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN SCHOOL STUDENTS IN NOAKHALI DISTRICT, BANGLADESH Shamim Hayder Talukder Received Received
  92-P VALVE SURGERY IN THE FIGHT AGAINST RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE (RHD) IN NIGERIA: IS VICTORY IN SIGHT? Ndubueze Ezemba Received Received
  93-P IMPLEMENTATION OF RHD SCREENING PROGRAMS INVOLVING NONEXPERTS: REALIST INITIAL PROGRAM THEORIES Benjamin Jones Received Received
  94-P DEVELOPING A STRATEGY FOR POSTOPERATIVE TISSUE VALVE ADVOCACY IN A LOW-RESOURCE SETTING Julie Carragher Received Received
  96-P AUTOMATED TWO-WAY MESSAGING INTERVENTION TO SUPPORT SECONDARY PROPHYLAXIS ADHERENCE IN RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE ndate fall Received Received
  97-P MODES OF TRANSMISSION AND ATTACK RATES OF GROUP A STREPTOCOCCAL INFECTION: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS Dr Dylan Barth Received Received
  99-P MATERNAL AND FETAL OUTCOMES OF PER CUTANEOUS BALLOON MITRAL VALVULOPLASTY €IN RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE(PBMV) DURING PREGNANCY Hetan Shah Received Received
  103-P THE NEED FOR A ROBUST INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE TO DRIVE CARDIAC DAMAGE IN GAS M PROTEIN INDUCED RAT MODEL OF AUTOIMMUNE VALVULITIS Natkunam Ketheesan Received Received
  106-P Whole genome sequencing (WGS) to determine the resistome and virulome of GAS to improve management and control of RHD. Kimona Rampersadh Received Received
  107-P Systematic Review: Understanding the oropharyngeal microbiota in healthy children to inform primary prevention strategies for RHD. Kimona Rampersadh Received Received
  108-P FROM RESEARCH TO NATIONAL REGISTRY: SCALE OF A NOVEL M-HEALTH APPROACH FOR MANAGING RHD IN UGANDA Emmy Okello Received Received
  109-P BUILDING THE NEXT GENERATION OF RHD RESEARCH LEADERS IN UGANDA: THE IMPACT D43 TRAINING PROGRAM AT MAKERERE UNIVERSITY Emmy Okello Received Received
  112-P SCREENING DETECTED SEVERE RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN TIMOR-LESTE - CLINICIANS PERSPECTIVE FROM THE CONTEXT OF LENO BESIK STUDY Anferida Fernandes Received Received
  114-P Rationale and Design of A Controlled Quasi-Experimental Study Testing The Efficacy of A Rheumatic Heart Disease Education Program in Babati, Tanzania Jessica Abrams Received Received
  116-P RHEUMATIC FEVER AND RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE-RELATED KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, PRACTICES, AND HEALTH-SEEKING EXPERIENCES IN FIJI Jyotishna Mani Received Received
  117-P THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE AND ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER IN FIJI. Jyotishna Mani Received Received
  119-P RWANDAN NURSES SAVE LIVES: RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE Maria Kidner Received Received
  120-P ANTICOAGULATION MANAGEMENT OF POSTOPERATIVE RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE PATIENTS IN RWANDA Nikki Schulick Received Received
  122-P ESTABLISHING DECENTRALIZED RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE SERVICES IN UGANDA € THE ADD-RHD STUDY: A PRELIMINARY REPORT FROM THE FIELD Neema Minja Received Received
  123-P STRUCTURED PSYCHOTHERAPY IS BENEFICIAL FOR REDUCING EMOTIONAL DISTRESS IN ADULTS PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC RHEUMATIC VALVULAR HEART DISEASEIN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: A CASE REPORT Adebusola Ogunmodede Received Received
  124-P POPULATION HEALTH IMPACTS OF THE RHEUMATIC FEVER STRATEGY IN AUSTRALIA, 2010-2017 Ingrid Stacey Received Received
  125-P BUILDING TOWARDS SCALE-UP OF RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE SERVICES IN UGANDA: THE ADUNU PROGRAM Doreen Nakagaayi Received Received
  126-P YARNING WITH A REMOTE ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY ABOUT THE FUTURE OF SKIN HEALTH Rebecca Famlonga Received Received
  129-P ASSESSMENT OF IMMEDIATE POST-OPERATIVE CHANGE IN RIGHT VENTRICULAR FUNCTIONAL PARAMETERS AND ASSOCIATED OPERATIVE CHARACTERISTICS AMONG PATIENTS UNDERGOING MITRAL VALVE REPLACEMENT Raheela Aamir Received Received
  130-P LACK OF AWARENESS OF SECONDARY RHEUMATIC PREVENTION IN PREOPERATIVE CANDIDATES FOR MITRAL VALVE SURGERY- ALARMING SITUATION Raheela Aamir Received Received
  131-P OBSTRUCTIVE CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING RHEUMATIC VALVULAR HEART SURGERY Raheela Aamir Received Received
  133-P A PARTNERSHIP OF CLINICAL EXCELLENCE AND CULTURAL SAFETY Sara Noonan Received Received
  134-P STopping Acute Rheumatic Fever Infections To Strengthen Health (STARFISH) - What are the most effectiveenvironmental health initiatives to reduce Strep A transmission? Ainslie Poore Received Received
  135-P Preoperative left ventricular dysfunction is a risk factor for late death in paediatric patients after Rheumatic Heart Disease surgery for isolated aortic valve disease Hilary Hardefeldt Received Received
  136-P Modelling the epidemiological impact of vaccines against group A Streptococcus: Strengths, challenges, and future directions. Jeffrey Cannon Received Received
  138-P DECOLONISING RHD: ELEVATING THE VOICES OF FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE IN AUSTRALIA Vicki Wade Received Received
  139-P Retention in Registry-Based Care for Rheumatic Heart Disease in Northern Uganda Jafesi Pulle Received Received
  140-P RAPID MOLECULAR POINT-OF-CARE TEST FOR STREP A PHARYNGITIS IN REMOTE-LIVING SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN Janessa Pickering Received Received
  141-P Partnering with the Community to Design a Sore Throat Treatment Program in Uganda Joselyn Rwebembera Received Received
  142-P THE GAP BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE AND ACTION: UNDERSTANDING COMMUNITY BEHAVIOUR AROUND MANAGEMENT OF PEDIATRIC SORE THROATS IN UGANDA Juliet Alepere Received Received
  143-P A HEALTH TECHNOLOGY LANDSCAPE ASSESSMENT FOR A NOVEL M-HEALTH APPROACH FOR MANAGING RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE: LESSONS FROM THE ACT APPLICATION Jafesi Pulle Received Received
  145-P THE GAP BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE AND ACTION: UNDERSTANDING FRONTLINE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF PEDIATRIC SORE THROATS IN UGANDA Gloria Kaudha Received Received
  146-P Partnerships on the Missing Piece Journey to Prevent Acute Rheumatic Fever Bernadette Wong Received Received
  147-P INTRAMUSCULAR VERSUS ENTERAL PENICILLIN PROPHYLAXIS TO PREVENT PROGRESSION OF LATENT RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE (the GOAL-IE TRIAL): A NON-INFERIORITY RANDOMIZED TRIAL PROTOCOL Joselyn Rwebembera Received Received
  148-P ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER PRESENTATIONS IN SOUTH AUCKLAND NEW ZEALAND 2020 - 2022 AND IMPACT OF THE GLOBAL COVID-19 PANDEMIC Adam Dennison Received Received
  149-P Strep A strains in throat and skin identified in Missing Piece Surveillance Janessa Pickering Received Received
  150-P HAPPY HEART CLINIC. FROM ZERO TO HERO Erin Ferguson Received Received
  151-P Methods and preliminary data from HYDRxARF, an open label/proof of concept treatment trial of hydroxychloroquine for acute rheumatic fever. Rebecca Somerville Received Received
  152-P Surveillance results from the Missing Piece Study Janessa Pickering Received Received
  153-P Telling the Missing Piece Story: Participatory Action with a Community in the Kimberley Kassandra Fernando Received Received
  154-P ADDRESSING RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN FIJI THE PACIFIC ISLANDS: A PAEDIATRICIAN€S PERSPECTIVE OF CHALLENGES AND THE WAY FORWARD. Mary Anne Harihiru Koraai Received Received
  155-P DISSEMINATING THE RESULTS OF THE STOP TRIAL ACROSS NINE REMOTE ABORIGINAL COMMUNITIES IN THE AUSTRALIAN KIMBERLEY Asha Bowen Received Received
  156-P STOP: A COMMUNITY-ENGAGED APPROACH TO TACKLING THE HIGH BURDEN OF SKIN SORES IN REMOTE-LIVING AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL CHILDREN Asha Bowen Received Received
  157-P A new rapid test approach for the detection of Strep A in the throat and reduction in ARF in remote Australia Asha Bowen Received Received
  158-P YARNING TO STOP SKIN SORES AND SCABIES: A CULTURALLY-APPROPRIATE METHOD OF EVALUATING A REMOTE CLINICAL TRIAL Asha Bowen Received Received
  159-P ADHERENCE TO BENZATHINE PENICILLIN G OF ADOLESCENTS WITH RHEUMATIC FEVER AND RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN A TERTIARY HOSPITAL Ara Noraene Vertudez Received Received
  160-P OUTCOMES FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN WITH SCREENING DETECTED RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN TIMOR-LESTE Juliana Dos Santos Sarmento Received Received
  161-P First Degree Relative RHD Echocardiographic Screening Sukafa Matanaicake Received Received
  162-P Prevalence of Rheumatic Heart Disease in Bali, Indonesia: A School-based Echocardiographic Screening Luh Oliva Saraswati Suastika Received Received
  163-P Assessment of Improvement in Left Atrial Volume Index after Percutaneous Transvenous Mitral Commissurotomy Asim Ali Received Received
  164-P Molecular Epidemiology of Superficial Streptococcus pyogenes Infections in the SToP Trial, Western Australia Emma Pearson Received Received
  166-P ECG evolution after hydroxychloroquine treatment in acute rheumatic fever € data from HYDRxARF Rebecca Somerville Received Received
  167-P Severe RHD from Antenatal Echocardiographic Screening Sukafa Matanaicake Received Received
  168-P TE MÄ€TAI MANAWA A WHÄ€NAU: Improving access to healthcare and echocardiographic screening for families affected by rheumatic fever in South Auckland, New Zealand Adam Dennison Received Received
  171-P FIJI ANTENATAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY SCREENING (FANS) FOR RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE BY TRAINED NON-EXPERT HEALTH PERSONNEL. Mairini Rokovunisei Received Received
  173-P TREATING ADVANCED RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE: THE FIFTEEN-YEAR EXPERIENCE OF SALAM CENTRE FOR CARDIAC SURGERY (KHARTOUM, SUDAN) Gina Portella Received Received
  174-P Serum FCN-3 protein as a potential biomarker in assessing Rheumatic Heart Disease Taariq Salie Received Received
  175-P ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE SERVICES FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE (PLWRHD) IN A PANDEMIC ENVIRONMENT IN FIJI: LESSONS FROM A TARGETED COVID-19 VACCINATION DRIVE Jimaima Kailawadoko Received Received
  177-P Use of Alternative Drugs for Rheumatic Fever Prophylaxis in Place of Injection Benzathine Penicillin Khalida Soomro Received Received
  178-P Resolution and Reduction of Left Atrial Appendage Thrombus in Rheumatic Mitral Stenosis: A Study on the Effects of Oral Anticoagulation Khalida Soomro Received Received
  180-P DURABILITY AND SAFETY OF PROSTHETIC HEART VALVES IN PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY Niamh Stevens Received Received
  181-P BRIDGING THE GAP: USING PATIENT-LED INITIATIVES TO ADDRESS RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN FIJI Erini Kala Received Received
  182-P INTEGRATING ECHO SCREENING INTO THE SCHOOL HEALTH NURSE VISITS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN FIJI ISLANDS Ilikena Malo Received Received
  183-P Moorditj Skin Means Moorditj Health: Community-led Research in Western Australia Strengthening Aboriginal Childrens Skin Health Asha Bowen Received Received
  185-P The burden of atopic dermatitis and bacterial skin infections among urban-living Indigenous children and young people in high-income countries: a systematic review Asha Bowen Received Received
  187-P Rhythm in Rheumatic Heart Disease Patients: Anticoagulation Strategy and 30 days and 6 months Outcomes Bashir Ahmed Received Received
  188-P The Echocardiographic Diagnosis Of Rheumatic Heart Disease: A Review of the Performance and Application Of The World Heart Federation Criteria James Marangou Received Received
  190-P NATURAL HISTORY AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SECONDARY PROPHYLAXIS OF LATENT RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE AFTER INITIAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC NORMALISATION Joselyn Rwebembera Received Received
  191-P Hindering Factors For Secondary Prophalaxis Among Rural Community in Sindh, Pakistan: A Cross-Sectional Study Kubra Khaliq Received Received
  192-P DEVELOPMENT OF THE ACTIVE COMMUNITY CASE MANAGEMENT TOOL (ACT) - A DYNAMIC APPLICATION FOR RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE MANAGEMENT Sarah de Loizaga Received Received
  194-P CASE MANAGERS AND PEER SUPPORT GROUPS (CAMPS) FOR PROPHYLAXIS ADHERENCE IN RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE Sarah de Loizaga Received Received
  195-P HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE AND HEALTHCARE CONSULTATIONS AMONG ADULT PATIENTS BEFORE AND AFTER DIAGNOSIS WITH RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN NAMIBIA Panduleni Penipawa Shimanda Received Received
  197-P A PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON ADHERENCE TO SECONDARY PROPHYLAXIS FOR RHEUMATIC FEVER USING BENZATHINE PENICILLIN G IN MOZAMBIQUE Zakir Ossman Received Received
  198-P ABSENCE OF GROUP A STREPTOCOCCUS (GAS) IN CHILDREN WITH SUSPECTED PHARYNGITIS IN A HIGHLY ENDEMIC AREA IN MAPUTO CITY DURING THE HOT SEASON Ananias Muteto Received Received
  199-P CAN WE MODERNIZE THE DIAGNOSIS OF RHD? RATIONALE AND DESIGN OF THE ARC NETWORK Andrea Beaton Received Received
  200-P RESULTS OF A NOVEL TRAIN THE TRAINER MODEL FOR SCALING RHD ACTIVE CASE FINDING Doreen Nakagaayi Received Received
  201-P SUBCUTANEOUS ADMINISTRATION OF BENZATHINE PENICILLIN G HAS FAVOURABLE PHARMACOKINETIC CHARACTERISTICS FOR THE PREVENTION OF RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE. Joseph Kado Received Received
  202-P ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY TRAINING AMONG HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS IN RURAL RWANDA Leslie Kaze Received Received
  203-P SUBCUTANEOUS INFUSIONS OF HIGH-DOSE BENZATHINE PENICILLIN G (SCIP) IS SAFE, TOLERABLE AND POTENTIALLY SUITABLE FOR LESS FREQUENT DOSING FOR RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE SECONDARY PROPHYLAXIS. Joseph Kado Received Received
  204-P COMMUNITY AWARENESS ON RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE TRAINING WORKSHOP IN TANZANIA : A PROSPECTIVE OBSERVATIONAL STUDY Clement Kabakama Received Received
  207-P RISKS FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH MECHANICAL VALVES THROMBOSIS: THE EXPERIENCE OF SALAM CENTRE FOR CARDIAC SURGERY Nicoletta Erba Received Received
  212-P REACHING THE UNREACHED: HOW THE MATER HOSPITAL IN KENYA IS BRIDGING A HUGE GAP IN RHEUMATIC FEVER (RF) AND RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE (RHD) PREVENTION, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT Agnes Chitira Received Received
  214-P RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN MOZAMBIQUE: RESULTS OF 21 YEARS OF SURGERY Carol Nhavoto Received Received
  218-P CLINICAL PROFILE AND INTRA-HOSPITAL OUTCOMES OF ADULTS ADMITTED WITH HEART FAILURE DUE TO CHRONIC RHEUMATIC VALVULAR HEART DISEASE IN ILORIN, NORTH CENTRAL NIGERIA € AN EIGHT YEAR HOSPITAL REGISTRY James Ayodele Ogunmodede Received Received
  221-P Health care provider-led education to prevent streptococcal infections and the risk of rheumatic heart disease: A Systematic Review Laylah Ryklief Received Received
  222-P TECHNICAL DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR A WEB RHD REGISTRY APPLICATION FOR USE IN LOW-RESOURCE SETTINGS Riley Morrison Received Received
  223-P CLINICAL AND ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC OUTCOMES IN RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE PATIENTS WITH SUPRA-SYSTEMIC PULMONARY HYPERTENSION: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE SALAM CENTRE FOR CARDIAC SURGERY Franco Masini Received Received
  224-P Humoral immune responses to Streptococcus pyogenes within a household cohort study in The Gambia. Alex Keeley Received Received
  225-P MITRAL VALVE SURGICAL STRATEGIES FOR PATIENTS IN HAITI: EXPERIENCES AND OUTCOMES Owen Robinson Received Received
  229-P MITRACLIP/TRICLIP VERSUS PASCAL IMPLANTATION IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING TRANSCATHETER TRICUSPID VALVE REPLACEMENT (TTVR) FOR TRICUSPID REGURGITATION (TR). WHICH SYSTEM IS PREFERRED? A POOLED META-ANALYSIS OF 2178 PATIENTS Mohamed Gbreel Received Received
  230-P Pacific communities co-designing and leading interventions to prevent rheumatic fever in Aotearoa New Zealand Siobhan Tuakoi Received Received
  231-P PREVALENCE AND PREDICTORS OF OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH PREDOMINANT RHEUMATIC MITRAL STENOSIS IN EASTERN NEPAL Sahadeb Prasad Dhungana Received Received
  232-P Predictors of blood transfusion among patients who underwent open-heart surgery due to rheumatic heart disease. Fekede Agwar Received Received
  235-P Targeted profiling of the oropharyngeal microbiota in patients with severe Rheumatic Heart Disease: a case-control study Evelyn Ngwa Lumngwena Received Received
  237-P Progress towards ending RHD in Australia Rosemary Wyber Received Received
  238-P A Comparison of Community Sensitization Approaches to Increase Health Seeking Behavior for Acute Rheumatic Fever in Uganda Rachel Sarnacki Received Received
  240-P GLUCOCORTICOIDS FOR TREATMENT OF SEVERE RHEUMATIC CARDITIS. IS IT STILL AN OPTION? PRELIMINARY RESULTS Sheila Aissa Received Received
  241-P PROFILE OF RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE AT CARDIAC CENTER IN MEDAN CITY, INDONESIA: MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY Tengku Winda Ardini Received Received
  242-P LEFT ATRIAL STRAIN OF LOW GRADIENT SEVERE MITRAL STENOSIS FOLLOWING BALLOON MITRAL VALVULOPLASTY Nabila Damaiati Received Received
  243-P Left atrial compliance after following percutaneous mitral balloon valvuloplasty is an independent predictor of long-term cardiovascular events Isabella Fonseca Received Received
  244-P Health Related Quality of Life of Ugandan Children Following Valve Replacement Surgery for Rheumatic Heart Disease Mohammed Ahmed Mohammed Received Received
  245-P ASSOCIATION OF LEFT ATRIAL STRAIN CHANGES TO FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IMPROVEMENT IN MITRAL STENOSIS PATIENTS AFTER BALLOON MITRAL VALVULOPLASTY Yudhistira Kurnia Received Received
  247-P Insights into the mechanisms of left ventricular dysfunction through assessment of diastolic flow in patients with mitral stenosis using 3D echocardiography MARIA DO CARMO NUNES Received Received
  249-P RESULTS OF MITRAL VALVE REPAIR IN RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN MOZAMBIQUE Sheila Aissa Received Received
  252-P ENHANCING TERTIARY CARE AND SURGERY IN NAMIBIA: AN ANALYSIS Josef Nashilongo Received Received
  253-P MORBIDITY, MORTALITY AND SURVIVORSHIP BIAS IN PREVALENT AND INCIDENCE RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY TULIANA CUA Received Received
  257-P CHANGES IN THE RIGHT VENTRICULAR GLOBAL LONGITUDINAL STRAIN AFTER BALLOON MITRAL VALVULOPLASTY: A COMPARISON BETWEEN HIGH GRADIENT VERSUS LOW GRADIENT VERY SEVERE RHEUMATIC MITRAL STENOSIS Gusti Ayu Temi Vidianti Received Received
  260-P LATENT RHD IN WEST AFRICA (LATTE study) Lamin Jaiteh Received Received
  265-P Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes of a Contemporary Cohort with Acute Rheumatic Fever from the Northeast Region of Brazil Renata Mendoza Received Received
  266-P INVESTIGATING BENZATHINE PENICILLIN PROPHYLAXIS IN RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE MORTALITY: A VERBAL AUTOSPY STUDY Treasure Mkaliainga Received Received
  267-P EDUCATIONAL TOOLS FOR ENHANCING RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE AWARENESS IN UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS MARIA DO CARMO NUNES Received Received
  268-P A PILOT RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE SCREENING PROGRAM USING PORTABLE, HANDHELD ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY IN RIVAS, NICARAGUA Matthew Lawlor Received Received
  271-P CLINICAL AND ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS WHO DEVELOPED ADVERSE EVENTS FOLLOWING BENZATHINE PENICILLIN G INJECTION FOR SECONDARY PROPHYLAXIS OF RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE: EXPERIENCE FROM A UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL IN ETHIOPIA Abraha Hailu Weldegerima Received Received
  272-P DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF MULTIPLEXED ELECTROCHEMILUMINESCENT ASSAYS FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF HUMAN IMMUNOGLOBULING ANTIBODIES TO GROUP A STREP ANTIGENS Alma Fulurija Received Received
  274-P DEADLY HEART TREK: COMMUNITY-CONSULTATION AND CULTURE DRIVEN CARE INITIATIVES TO ENHANCE RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE ELIMINATION IN REMOTE & REGIONAL COMMUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA Georgina Byron Received Received
  276-P Left ventricle myocardial work correlated with functional capacity in severe mitral stenosis patients Estu Rudiktyo Received Received
  277-P OUTCOMES OF AORTIC AND MITRAL VALVE REPLACEMENT IN PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE Sheila Aissa Received Received
  278-P A CASE REPORT: BIOLOGICAL MITRAL VALVE REPLACEMENT IN A 12 YEAR OLD GIRL Amanda Anyoti Received Received
  280-P Antibiotic prevention and management of laboratory confirmed Strep A skin infections to prevent acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease: A systematic review Mark Engel Received Received
  281-P A MUCOSAL VACCINE AGAINST STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES: THE POTENTIAL TO PREVENT RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE Manisha Pandey Received Received
  284-P LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF RHEUMATIC AORTIC REGURGITATION AFTER PERCUTANEOUS TRANSMITRAL COMMISSUROTOMY Marrah Angela Comia Received Received
  285-P RELIABILITY AND AGREEMENT OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC MEASURES OF ANTERIOR MITRAL LEAFLET THICKNESS IN PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATIC MITRAL VALVE DISEASE Manjit Mahendran Received Received
  289-P STREP A PHARYNGITIS RATES IN CHILDREN LIVING IN URBAN AUSTRALIA EMERGING AFTER THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Alma Fulurija Received Received
  290-P HEMODYNAMIC PARAMETERS ASSOCIATED WITH SEVERE RHEUMATIC MITRAL STENOSIS WITH LOW TRANSMITRAL GRADIENT Satrial Iip Received Received
  292-P The Clinical Profile of Rheumatic Heart Disease at a Tertiary Care Hospital in Indonesia: An Observational Study Dyah Samti Mayasari Received Received
  293-P CLINICAL PROFILE AND ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY FEATURES OF PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE: SINGLE-CENTRE RETROSPECTIVE STUDY IN INDONESIA Nani Damanik Received Received
  300-P IN VITRO MODEL OF VALVULAR FIBROSIS: VALVE INTERSTITIAL CELLS OF ORYCTOLAGUS CUNICULUS INDUCED BY TRANSFORMING GROWTH FACTOR- 1, INTERLEUKIN-1, INTERLEUKIN-6, AND TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR- NASTITI IMANA INTANSARI Received Received
  301-P Pattern of Rheumatic Heart Disease among Patients Attending at a Tertiary Care Hospital in Somalia: First Report from Somalia Mohamed Farah Yusuf Mohamud Received Received
  302-P DIGOXIN OR BETA BLOCKER, WHICH AGENT IS SUPERIOR IN THE TREATMENT OF RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE (RHD) PATIENTS : A RETROSPECTIVE COMPARATIVE STUDY FROM SINGLE-CENTRE RHD REGISTRY Fitranti Laitupa Received Received
  303-P IS THERE A LINK BETWEEN SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS AND RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE (RHD) SEVERITY: AN INSIGHT FROM SINGLE-CENTER RHD REGISTRY Fitranti Laitupa Received Received
  304-P THE DETERMINANT FACTORS OF HEART FAILURE IN RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE (RHD) : A REPORT FROM SINGLE-CENTER SECONDARY CARE HOSPITAL RHD REGISTRY Fitranti Laitupa Received Received
  306-P Circulating serum levels of Group A Streptococcal antibodies in RHD Kélin Engel Received Received
  308-P Mucosal immunization with Group A streptococcal antigens elicits the production of functional systemic and mucosal antibodies in mice Alex Remmington Received Received
  309-P UNDERSTANDING NATURAL IMMUNITY TO GAS: RATIONALE AND DESIGN OF THE ISPY-LIFE SUBSTUDY TO AFFINITY-PURIFY ANTI-STREPTOCOCCAL ANTIBODIES FROM POOLED ADULT IVIG IN SOUTH AFRICA Mark Engel Received Received
  310-P CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND OUTCOMES OF CHILDREN WITH RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE: A GLOBAL RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE REGISTRY (REMEDY) SUB-ANALYSIS Liesl Zuhlke Received Received
  312-P RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE GRANT FUNDING AT THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH, 2010 TO 2022 Mary Masterson Received Received
  313-P ASSESSING RESEARCH CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE: NATIONAL HEART, LUNG, AND BLOOD INSTITUTE WORKSHOP FINDINGS Mary Masterson Received Received
  314-P CLINICAL AND SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILES OF RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN TERTIARY HOSPITAL IN EASTERN INDONESIA Aussie Fitriani Ghaznawie Received Received
  315-P UNRAVELING THE BEAT: RBBB AND THE WILKINS SCORE IN MITRAL STENOSIS PROGRESSION Eva Nur Lizar Received Received
  316-P CLINICAL PROFILE, TREATMENT AND FOLLOW-UP OF PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATIC MITRAL STENOSIS IN A TERTIARY CENTER IN TANZANIA Reuben Mutagaywa Received Received
  317-P Progressive deterioration in clinical outcome in RHD (influence of therapeutic interventions) Susy Kotit Received Received
  318-P EVALUATION OF DIAGNOSTIC SCORE FOR RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE (DSR) TO ASSESS PROGRESSION OF SUBCLINICAL RHD AT 7 YEARS FOLLOW UP Dinesh Choudhary Received Received
  319-P DIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER FOR RESEARCH AND SURVEILLANCE: LESSONS FROM LAHORE Gul Afshan Received Received
  321-P ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY SCREENING FOR DIAGNOSIS OF RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE BY NURSES: A DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY STUDY IN NEPAL Prakash Regmi Received Received
  322-P The Role of Biomarkers in Optimizing The Time of Surgical Intervention in Rheumatic Aortic Stenosis Mohammad Eltahlawi Received Received
  323-P PRIMORDIAL PREVENTION OF RHD: RESEARCH PRIORITIES FOR ADDRESSING THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH Michael Baker Received Received
  326-P Pericardial effusion, nutritional status, and distance from tertiary care predict all-cause mortality among Malawian children with rheumatic heart disease Amy Sanyahumbi Received Received
  328-P PERINATAL OUTCOMES FOR AUSTRALIAN WOMEN WITH ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER AND RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE Charles Viska Received Received
  329-P THE 2023 WORLD HEART FEDERATION GUIDELINES FOR THE ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSIS OF RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE Joselyn Rwebembera Received Received
  330-P A M-PROTEIN BASED SUPER IMMUNOGEN PROVIDES LONG-TERM IMMUNOGENICITY AND PROTECTION AGAINST GROUP A STREPTOCOCCUS (STREPA) UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS Victoria Ozberk Received Received
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