Winter Arrhythmia School invites you to submit your abstract before November 15th, 2015! Deadline: November 15th, 2015 International Winter Arrhythmia School (IWAS) is accepting abstracts for the 13th IWAS. The subject should be related to Channelopathy, Sudden death and Syncope. The registration fee for authors who have been selected for either a poster display or […]
First Place went to Fariha Sadiq Ali for “Advanced Interatrial Block Predicts New Onset Atrial Fibrillation in Patients with Severe Heart Failure and Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy”. Congratulations!
Second Place went to Philippa Krahn for “Intrinsic Magnetic Resonance Characterization of Acute Ventricular RF Ablation Lesions”. Congratulations!
Third Place went to Debra Campbell for “Performing Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Patients with Conditional Cardiac Devices: A Collaborative Protocol to Mitigate Risk.” Congratulations!
The 12th IWAS will feature a special focus on robotics in electrophysiology. Sessions will discuss the use of the Stereotaxis, Hansen, Magnetecs, and Amigo systems, as well as the way robotics use should progress in electrophysiology.
This software is a novel educational tool utilizing online technology to assess and compare the competency of participants in ECG interpretation and management of critical diagnoses.
Catheter ablation using contact force technology: Is it effective and safe? Have we reached our goals?
This session includes: a comprehensive review of ultrasound guided techniques, and features a hands-on training component with live models and simulations.
The special Echo in Electrophysiology workshop will teach the value of echocardiography in patients with arrhythmia.