The new logo ISHNE
The past decade was a period of dynamic development of prolonged ECG registration and ECG signal analysis techniques. This resulted in a significant extension of the area of interest of noninvasive electrocardiology.Considering this the BOT of ISHNE , made a decision to change the logo of our Society. The change involves adding the term "e-Cardiology".
Fifth Winter ISHNE Meeting passed into history.
On 5-8 March in Zakopane Kościelisko (Poland) the Fifth Winter ISHNE Meeting was held. Eminent lecturers - experts in the field of electrocardiology from Europe and the USA - came to Kościelisko. Interesting scientific and educational sessions were organized. Our journal, Annals of Noninvasive Electrocardiology, also had its own session witch was chaired by the Presidents of ISHNE: the present – Ryszard Piotrowicz and one of the past – Wojciech Zaręba. Very interesting were also Cardiology Meets Physics and Mathematics workshops.
Bruce Del Mar passed away
With deep sadness we share this news. Bruce Del Mar, a unique man full of passion and joy of life, the great inventor in the fields of aviation and electrocardiology, a longtime friend who has always supported ISHNE, passed away on February 12 at the age of 100.
President of ISHNE
We are pleased to announce that our website has been launched Education tab. You can find there an interesting ECG quiz sent by Andres Perez Riera, Raimundo Barbosa-Barros and Frank Yanowitz. We encourage all users of our website to solving the ECG quiz.
Special Holter Issue of Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases
Special Holter Issue of Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases edited by Dr Wojciech Zareba and dedicated to Professor Shlomo Stern has just been released!
You can find it on:www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00330620/56/2
Shlomo Stern passed away
With deep regret and sadness I am to share with you the news
of the death of Professor Shlomo Stern, one of the great ISHNE founders - actual father
of our Society and its good spirit.
The great scientist recognized all over the world as well as the pioneer of Holter monitoring passed away. Patients have lost their beloved doctor. People working closely with ISHNE have lost
a friend, a mentor, a warm and good man.
It is hard to imagine that at the next BOT meeting he will not speak, as usual, quietly, wisely
and as the last one - summarizing discussions and proposing good Solomon solution.
With deep regret
President of ISHNE
The Electoral Success of ISHNE Advisory Council Member
On 26-28 September in Wrocław (Poland) the XVII International Congress of Polish Cardiac Society was organized. During this Congress a Joint Session of Polish Cardiac Society and ISHNE was held. The session entitled “Who Should be Qualified for Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy” was chaired by Iwona Cygankiewicz and Krzysztof Wranicz and it attracted great interest among participants of the Congress.
Welcome address by the President of ISHNE.
Being elected the President is a great honor but first of all I feel a great responsibility. I am sure the members of the new Board of Trusties and Governors feel the same. I believe that WE ALL TOGETHER will work with full engagement.
New ISHNE website
With great satisfaction I wish to inform you that the new website of ISHNE has been created.
There, you can find a lot of information about 20-year-long history of our Society, its present time and the plans for the future.
The website provides you all with new possibilities to contact and collaborate with the Society, and to communicate with one another.
Appreciation and Celebration of Bruce Del Mar on the Occasion of his 100th Birthday from the International Society for Holter and Noninvasive Electrocardiology (ISHNE)
July 17, 2013
It is with the upmost appreciation, admiration, and gratitude that we honor Bruce Del Mar on his 100th birthday. Bruce has been one of the original and most important inventors and developers of ambulatory (Holter) equipment. He met with Norman Jefferis “Jeff” Holter in 1962 and together they developed the first equipment used in the recording of ECG signals from ambulatory individuals. The technologies have evolved to an extraordinary degree since the early days when an “ambulatory” monitor was larger than a heavy backpack.