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Iron deficiency in heart failure – from evidence to practice

 

We are happy to announce that he report on the Vifor sponsored symposium “Iron deficiency in Heart Failure – From Evidence to Practice”, which was held during the last ESC Congress in Amsterdam on 1st September 2013, is now available.

 

 

We are happy to announce that he report on the Vifor sponsored symposium “Iron deficiency in Heart Failure – From Evidence to Practice”, which was held during the last ESC Congress in Amsterdam on 1st September 2013, is now available.

 

The report covers all topics addressed at the symposium, with insights on the Health Economic assessment of Ferinject® in heart failure, demonstrating its favourable cost-effectiveness. The document will be published in the following two specialised journals:

 

      Hospital Pharmacy Europe. It is a medical communication journal entirely focused on cardiovascular disease therapy with an audience of 12,000+ hospital pharmacists in all the EU countries. The report will be published in a supplement focused on cardiovascular diseases “Hospital Cardiovascular Disease Europe“ by 25th November 2013 and it will also be distributed at the ESC and CIRSE in 2014.

http://content.yudu.com/Library/A2kkga/HospitalCardiovascul/

 

      Hospital Healthcare Europe. It is the official best practice guide of the European Hospital and Healthcare Federation. It reaches 17,000 European Hospitals (EU, including Switzerland) with a two way distribution: hospital administrators and chief of departments. The report will be published in the Cardiology section of the book by the first week of March 2014.

http://www.hospitalhealthcare.com/

 

Both of them are printed magazines. There exists also a digital copy but it is used only to show clients and prospective clients the content and the layout of the magazine.

 

As Vifor Pharma owns the copyrights, this report can be used for further activities.

Translation in any language can be organised but has to be managed by the provider.

 

The costs per reprint depend on the number of reprints order per language. The range will be £1.5±1/reprint.

 

Please let us know how many reprints you need in your language/country by next Thursday, Dec 12.



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