BCPA News

Annual General Meeting 2015

AGM Weekend 2015   Now a familiar part of the BCPA calendar the weekend is to be held at the Dunchurch Park Signature Hotel, Dunchurch, Warwickshire during the weekend of 15-17 May 2015

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Mitral Regurgitation

   Innovative heart valve procedure transforms patients’ quality of life. A breakthrough, minimally invasive medical device is offering an important non-surgical treatment for patients, suffering from a leaky heart valve, who have limited therapeutic options to improve their quality of life.

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Caring the Caros way

   Caros is the simplest way to manage, monitor & maintain your health

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Refuel your cells with a Q10 supplement

   Europe's leading manufacturer of dietary supplements and preventative nutrition, Pharma Nord has a special offer for BCPA members.

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Get PST Aware - A New Educational Campaign

   Roche Diagnostics is launching an educational campaign in September 2010 for people on long term oral anticoagulants, their carers and other healthcare professionals that look after them.

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Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation

   Finally an alternative to open surgery for patients with high surgery associated risks. TAVI is an alternative to open heart surgery and is considered as a minimally invasive approach.

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Cardiovascular Patients’ Bill Of Rights

   MPs of all parties joined the British Cardiac Patients Association in Westminster to support the launch of the Cardiovascular Patients’ Bill of Rights on Wednesday 15 January.

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Millions May Be At Risk Of Flu This Winter

   1 in 3 believe flu is just a ‘severe cold’, despite potentially life-threatening consequences.
   Half of Britons still succumb to ‘old wives tales’ instead of seeking GP advice

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NICE appraisal of Drug-Eluting Stents

Final Appraisal Determination

   The final decision from NICE has been sent to the formal consultees involved in this appraisal who have 15 working days to consider whether they wish to appeal against it.

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