Online analysis based on ESC 2022 mentions
in the period 22 August – 02 September 2022
The European Society of Cardiology welcomed delegates from across the globe to celebrate 70 years since the first ESC Congress. The world’s largest conference in cardiovascular medicine hosted a four-day agenda on the latest developments within the domain. This year’s agenda solely focused on important content for clinical practice and research, with a spotlight on ‘Cardiac Imaging’ and its profound implications for prevention, clinical decision-making, diagnosis and follow-up therapeutic procedures.
Volume over time is tracked back to one month before the event when most exhibitors started announcing their participation.
Relative shares (in percents) are calculated out of all categorised posts within the respective social media.
Posts about the leading 5 topics are 56% of all categorised posts and 21% of all posts, related to the event.
Training & Education, as well as Heart Failure still lead the scoreboard. In comparison to ESC’s 2021 Brand Buzz report, there are two entirely new topics–Diagnostics and Pharmaceuticals, whereas COVID-19 and Big Data Applications in Healthcare have fallen off the ranks, respectively to 9th and 14th place.
In LinkedIn only, Heart Failure, Diagnostics and Pharmaceuticals scored higher than Training & Education.
The top brands that have generated the most engagement with their social media activity – likes, comments, reshares, etc
What did the highest-ranking companies in Brand Buzz analysis talk about?
Delegates were able to discover a range of new data from a new exploratory analysis of FIDELITY with a prime focus on mortality in patients with kidney disease (CKD) and type 2 diabetes (T2D) under the Kerendia treatment or placebo. Bayer’s presentation covered a total of three late-breaking abstracts, highlighting the company’s commitment to improving the lives of patients with kidney and cardiovascular diseases.
AstraZeneca unfolds the cover of a long-term heart failure research. The research studied opportunities for exploring novel target therapies that could potentially slow down, halt and reverse heart failure progression.
Sanofi focused on the ever so popular topic of influenza prevention through vaccines. They spoke about the next generation influenza vaccines with a sole focus of protecting as many people as possible against flu and the complications that could potentially come with it.