Welcome to the International Society for Mechanical Circulatory Support


The International Society for Mechanical Circulatory Support

(formerly the International Society for Rotary Blood Pumps)




NEWS


 

ISMCS Membership call 2023 is open!

 

We are inviting you to become a member or renew your annual membership at the International Society for Mechanical Circulatory Support! 

Numerous membership benefits such as  reduced fee for the Annual Meeting, free Artificial Organs Journal Subscription, as well as Webinars and Events are awaiting you!

 

Join the Society today to be part of an expert consortium of clinicians, engineers, nurses, trainees, students and industry dedicated to further improve the therapy of patients with end stage heart failure!


Want to know more about ISMCS?
The focus of ISMCS is to provide a broad and international forum for intensive discussion of research, development, clinical use and social acceptance of rotary blood pumps and all related forms of mechanical circulatory support!


Watch our ISMCS Board Member, Ina Laura Perkins explaining the backgorund, goals, missions and current projects of our society. 

Click here for further information!

 



29th Annual Meeting of the ISMCS 

from 30th October to 1st November 2023

Preparation for ISMCS 2023 in Texas in late October/early November is already underway. Save the date!

 

For furhter information please visit the Next Conferences page of this website.

 


2022 Critical Heart Disease Congress & ISMCS Parallel Session

 

Represented by our President Elect Antonio Loforte, by our Secretary General Thomas Schlöglhofer and our Board Members Ina Laura Perkins and Shaun Gregory, we participated in the 2022 Critical Heart Disease Congress & International Society for Mechanical Circulatory Support parallel session.

 

 


1st ISMCS Webinar - Recording Available

 

Take the opportunity to get insights into the research of our society members & award winners Kar Ying Thum and Maria Rocchi. Listen to their talks about “The Effect of RVAD Implantation Site on the Risk of Right Intracardiac Thrombosis” and “Anatomical and Functional Optimization of a Hybrid Simulator to Support Medical Device Testing”.

 

Access the recording here!

 


Our Official Journal