BHRS Recommended Training Videos

BHRS council has gathered, and will continue to grow, this list of useful videos below in the field of arrhythmia care.

We also have a number of additional premium videos available to members only which can be accessed via the below button.
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AF Ablation- A look at Balloon Technologies
AF ablation- A look at Balloon Technologies by Erik Wissner. Includes; Point-by-Point ablation and importance of continuity. Comparisons between energy delivery methods. Learning curves for trainees with different technologies. Review of the evolving cryo balloon generations...
Part 1: Advanced cardiac anatomy for the cardiac electrophysiologist
Advanced cardiac anatomy for the cardiac electrophysiologist: Part 1- Heart in the chest and epicardium by Dr. Kalyanam Shivkumar. These lectures were given as part of the Virtual #EPFellowsConference during the Covid Pandemic in 2020 to provide an ongoing learning opportunity for EP trainees...
Part 2: Advanced cardiac anatomy for the cardiac electrophysiologist
Advanced cardiac anatomy for the cardiac electrophysiologist: Part 2- Anatomical considerations and access to the pericardial space by Dr. Kalyanam Shivkumar. These lectures were given as part of the Virtual #EPFellowsConference during the Covid Pandemic in 2020 to provide an ongoing learning opportunity for EP trainees...
Introduction to Intracardiac EGMs
This powerpoint discusses intracadiac electrograms. It is critically important for all electrophysiologists to understand in detail how unipolar and bipolar signals are recorded and how they should be interpreted in order to maximise the safety and success of epc studies and catheter ablation procedures...
Entrainment Mapping: The Post-Pacing Interval
This PowerPoint slide presentation is intended for a wide EP audience. It reviews the factors that must be present for cardiac reentry to occur, explains the concept of the "excitable gap," demonstrates how pacing can be used to "take over" a circuit (entrainment of the circuit), and shows how bipolar electrogram recordings are interpreted in the context of...
Pace Mapping: Principles and Pitfalls
This PowerPoint slide presentation is intended for a wide EP audience. It starts with the basic concepts behind pace mapping, and proceeds to review various scenarios where pacing may produce a QRS morphology that is misleading, potentially resulting in false conclusions about the relevance of that pacing site vis-a-vis the clinical PVC or ventricular tachycardia...
Activation Mapping: Basic Concepts, Pitfalls, and Windowing
This PowerPoint slide presentation is intended for a wide EP audience. It starts with the basic principles of activation mapping for those new to the concept (Dr. Cooper recommends everyone listens to the introduction and first few slides), proceeds (at 26:52) to use a simplified conduction model to describe common...

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