The official language of the BEC&ISEVS Endovascular Academy is English.
We are inviting all endovascular and vascular specialists to attend the BEC&ISEVS Endovascular Academy. The Program will benefit to all health-care professionals regardless of their level of expertise: beginners, well-trained and experts.
Endovascular specialists, Angiologists, Cardiovascular surgeons, Interventional cardiologists, Interventional radiologists, Conventional cardiologists, Diagnosis radiologists, Neuro-surgeons and Neuro-radiologists.
Other health care professionals
Endovascular and vascular nurses, Endovascular technicians, Engineers and Industry partners.
BEC&ISEVS Endovascular Academy is one of the regional largest and most important educational meeting specializing in interventional cardiovascular medicine. For over 7 years, BEC has been the center of cutting-edge educational content for the Balkan countries. BEC showcases the latest advances in current therapies and clinical research. Our longstanding commitment to lifesaving innovation translates into improved patient care.
Registration and Information Services
The registration and information desks will be located at the reception of congress center and will be operating between 07.30 and 20.00 hours. Registration fees cover access to the scientific sessions, the industry exhibits and the congress documents (Program Leaflet, Certificate of Attendance, Abstract book and badge).
Participants who have not previously registered will be able to complete their registration formalities at "On-Site Registration Desks". For further information and terms-conditions please visit accommodation page.
Badges will be distributed at the registration desks. Participants without badges will not be admitted to the congress activities.
111, Tsarigradsko Shosse Blvd.
Sofia, 1784, BULGARIA
tel: ++359 889 900 603
Public transsport Information
Currency. The official currency in Bulgaria is the lev. One lev is divided into 100 stotinki. The Bulgarian lev has a fixed rate of 1.96 lv for one euro.
Novotel Hotel Sofia
115 Tsarigradsko Shosse Blvd, Sofia, Bulgaria
Tel: +35929043000; Fax: (+359)2/9043000
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