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How to prepare and send your video


Before you start

- Keep everything in English (both your speech and slides).

- Use Powerpoint to prepare some slides with your clinical case.
~ - Use a big text size (font) – minimum 24.
- Keep it simple. Stick to the information included in the approved manuscript. Adding further images or data might lead to a rejection of the video and a delay in the publication of the clinical case.
- Download and use the Powerpoint template provided below.
- Turning your camera on is highly encouraged. EVIGATION wants to give as much recognition as possible to the authors and to promote interaction between HCPs.
- Don’t exceed 5 minutes of total recording time.



Recording the video

The easiest way to record your presentation is using the built-in recording option of Powerpoint. Another option is using Zoom.


Instructions for Powerpoint
- You can learn how to record a presentation on Powerpoint


- After you record the video and before you export it, click on “Personalize export”. Then, select HD(720p), change the filename to the ID number of your clinical case and export.


Instructions for Zoom
- You can learn how to record a presentation on Zoom on the following video.
- Before you record, go to Settings/Video and make sure the option “HD”, under Camera, is selected.


Sending the file

- If you haven’t done it yet, change the filename to the ID number of your clinical case, by clicking on the file with the right mouse button and selecting “Change name”.
- Upload the file using a file sharing service such as Google Drive, WeTransfer, Dropbox or OneDrive.
- Send the file to [email protected].
- Please, don’t delete the file from your computer until being notified that the video is approved by the editor.

If you have any doubts or problems during the process, please contact [email protected].

Subject areas

> Imaging

— Multimodality
— Echocardiography
— Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging
— Cardiac computed tomography
— Nuclear techniques

> Coronary artery disease

— Acute coronary syndrome
— Chronic coronary syndrome

> Valvular heart disease

— Aortic regurgitation
— Aortic stenosis
— Mitral regurgitation
— Mitral stenosis
— Tricuspid regurgitation
— Tricuspid stenosis
— Pulmonary regurgitation
— Pulmonary stenosis
— Multivalvular disease
— Prosthetic valves
— Endocarditis

> Rhythm disorders

— Syncope — Atrial fibrillation
— Atrial flutter
— Supraventricular tachycardia
— Ventricular arrhythmia
— Bradycardia
— Cardiac ion channel dysfunction
— Pacemaker
— Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator
— Cardiac resynchronization therapy device

> Heart Failure

— Heart failure with reduced ejection fraction
— Heart failure with mildly reduced ejection fraction
— Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction
— Acute heart failure
— Cardiomyopathy
— Pericardial disease
— Right heart dysfunction
— Cardiac dysfunction in oncology patients

> Acute cardiovascular care

— Post-cardiac arrest
— Critically ill cardiac patient
— Patient after percutaneous cardiac procedure
— Patient after cardiac surgery
— End-of-life care in a critically ill cardiac patient

> Prevention, rehabilitation, sports

— Heart disease in the athlete (Sports Cardiology)
— Arterial hypertension
— Dyslipidaemia
— Heart disease in diabetes
— Primary prevention of cardiovascular disease
— Secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease
— Cardiac rehabilitation

> Miscellaneous

— Cardiac tumour
— Aortic disease
— Trauma to the aorta or the heart
— Peripheral artery disease
— Thromboembolic venous disease
— Pulmonary thromboembolism
— Pulmonary hypertension
— Adult congenital heart disease
— Pregnancy and heart disease
— Digital health in Cardiology

Help us improve

This is the beta version of EVIGATION - Clinical Cases Platform. This means that, although the platform is functional, we're still working on some additional features. As a healthcare professional, your feedback is essential for improving the experience.

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The best way to contact us is by email.

For questions about clinical cases submissions, please contact: [email protected]
For technical assistance at any step of the process, or bug report, please contact: [email protected]