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Inherited Arrhythmia Syndromes
Inherited Arrhythmia Syndromes by Dawood Darbar. Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology Chief, Division of Cardiology, University of Illinois, Chicago. Includes: Long QT syndrome, Brugada syndrome, ARVC, CPVT and Familial AF...
EGM interpretation: Deep dive using Case studies
EGM interpretation: Deep dive using Case studies by Michael V. Orlev - Professor of Medicine, Steward St Elizabeth’s Medical Centre, Tufts Medical School...
Device malfunction and troubleshooting: Case-based discussion
Device malfunction and troubleshooting: Case-based discussion by Michael S.Lloyd. Case-based problem solving including: Lead noise-presentation and causes, recognising the death EGM, Aliasing, Tram-tracking and double counting + more...
Intramural Ventricular Tachycardia
Intramural Ventricular Tachycardia by Usha B Tedrow (Clinical director of the Ventricular arrhythmia program). Includes: NICM and intra-mural scar, Imaging to identify intra-mural scar, Approaches to ablation of intra-mural VT including: Intra-mural needle ablation, Alcohol septal ablation...
SVT with VA dissociation
SVT with VA dissociation by Nitish Badhwar (Professor of Medicine and Director of Cardiac EP training program). Includes: Mechanisms behind VA dissociation during SVT, Techniques in the EP lab to differentiate SVTs, Concealed pathways, Interesting cases in the lab...
How to avoid complications in the EP lab
How to avoid complications in the EP lab by Susan Kim. Includes: Complications in Device procedures and EP procedures, High volume vs low volume centre profiles, Venous access considerations for CIED implantation, Practices to reduce bleeding and infection, Management...
Non-ischaemic cardiomyopathies
Non-ischaemic cardiomyopathies by William G Stevenson. Includes: SCD risk and risk of VT, Intra-cellular remodelling, scar and mechanism of arrhythmias, Role and evidence of ICD therapy in NICM and value of HF medications, PVCs and NICM, Genotype and NICM, and Cases ...
Electrophysiologically correctable cardiomyopathies
Electrophysiologically correctable cardiomyopathies by Behzad B. Pavri. Includes: Intra-cellular and genetic considerations in these patients, Common culprits- AF, PVCs, LBBB, RVp, The role of medical management vs ablation vs re-sync, QRS analysis in dys-synchrony-induced HF...
Biophysics of radio-frequency ablation
Biophysics of radio-frequency ablation by William H Sauer. Includes: Implications of dispersive electrode pad placement and set up, Impact of catheter size, orientation and irrigation on power, Different settings to deliver personalised lesion types, Steam pops- how they occur...
Part 2: Idiopathic Ventricular Fibrillation: a 40-year journey
Part 2: Idiopathic Ventricular Fibrillation: a 40-year journey by Bernard Belhassen. Includes: Management considerations in the paediatric population, take-aways from the literature and 40-year experience, cathter ablation in iVF and interesting case studies of iVF...
Part 1: Idiopathic Ventricular Fibrillation: a 40-year journey
Part 1: Idiopathic Ventricular Fibrillation: a 40-year journey by Bernard Belhassen. Includes: High risk features in patient presenting with syncope, the EPS in patients with iVF, the role of anti-arrhythmics in iVF, and ICD as treatment not prevention...
Retrograde Conduction
Retrograde conduction by John M. Miller - Professor of Medicine, Director of electrophysiology, Indiana University School of Medicine. This includes: Technique and pitfalls when testing retrograde conduction, clinical value of retrograde conduction and worked EGM case studies...
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