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European Parliament write to EU Commission on Structural Heart Disease

MEP César Luena (S&D, ES) wrote to the European Commission on its new EU4Health programme which aims to ‘improve the resilience of health systems and ensure better health outcomes for all’. …

French Senator mentions structural heart disease during public session

Senator Catherine Deroche mentioned structural heart diseases during a public session held on the law proposal on the citizen rescuer...

Italian MPs from the Democratic Party submit parliamentary question on covid-19 and shd

During the COVID-19 emergency, there has been a delay of elective surgery which has caused a significant reduction of treatment of heart valve disease. Combined with scarce diagnostic capacities this leads to …

Belgian MP submits parliamentary question regarding the national situation on Structural Heart Diseases

On 25 May 2020, the Member of the Belgian Federal Parliament (MP) Els Van Hoof submitted a parliamentary question on the way Belgium plans to …

Scottish MP submits Parliamentary Question on non-COVID-19 diseases during lockdown

To ask the Scottish Government what plans it has to make an assessment of the reported increase in number of deaths from non-COVID-19-related diseases during the lockdown period...

Scottish MP submits Parliamentary Question regarding treatment of cardiovascular diseases during COVID-19

To ask the Scottish Government what action it is taking to provide treatment for people with pre-existing cardiovascular conditions during the COVID-19 lockdown

Scottish MP submits Parliamentary Question on Heart Valve Disease

To ask the Scottish Government what action it is taking to ensure that people with severe heart valve disease have access to minimally-invasive treatment that can reduce time spent in hospitals to help reduce their exposure to COVID-19 …

Question to Federal Minister of Health Maggie de Block

Structural heart disease is a growing problem in Belgium. It is currently estimated that 240,000 Belgians suffer from structural heart disease and almost half a million people are expected to be affected by these diseases by 2040 …

Italian institutions, clinical experts and scientific societies together to set best standards for tackling Structural Heart Disease

A high-level meeting called ‘Active ageing: new balance and priorities in a changing society’ took place in Rome at the Ministry of Health on 23rd November 2019 to focus on Structural Heart Disease...