EHRA Advanced Cardiac Electrophysiology Course 2018

The EHRA Education Committee is committed to offering continuous medical education to cardiologists specialised in pacing and arrhythmias

Topics :

01- Basic Electrophysiology Mechanisms cellular ectrophysiology and ion channels how they work, when they go wrong and how drugs affect them.

02- Cardiac anatomy for the electrophysiologist.

03- Conduction and refractoriness fixed and functional block how we study electrical properties in Clinical EP and revision of the concept of entrainment.

04- Differential diagnosis on ECG and mechanisms of supraventricular tachycardias.

05- Diagnostic tools – Intracavitary recordings and electrophysiology equipment (Bipolar vs unipolar signals, amplifiers, filters, catheters and digital recording systems.).

06- The diagnostic EP study (Intervals, indications and diagnostic maneuvers like pace mapping and entrainment).

07- Atrial flutter and atrial macroreentry electrophysiologic diagnosis Entrainment manoeuvres.

08- Practical examples on how to read ECGs and tracings, part 2 focusing on wide QRS tachycardias

09- Practical examples on how to read ECGs and tracings part 3 focusing on atrial tachycardiaflutters.

10- Therapeutic tools – Basic Concepts, techniques and safety issues of ablation

11- The electrophysiology study and ablation of AV nodal reentry.

12- The electrophysiology study of accessory pathway conduction.

13- How to perform transeptal catheterization

14- Imaging anatomy and 3D mapping system principles.

15- The basic principles of ablation of AF (focusing on techniques and simple examples of PV tracings.

16- PV ablation for atrial fibrillation. Patient selection, ablation techniques, electrogram analysis.

17- Role of single shot techniques for atrial fibrillation ablation.

18- Ablation for macro re-enterant atrial tachcardia and atypical atrial flutter.

19- Ablation for focal atrial tachycardia.

20- The basic principles of mapping and ablating VT

21- Ablation of VT in the normal heart

22- Idiopathic VT. Tracings, management and ablation techniques

23- Ablation of ventricular fibrillationPartager

24- Role of MRI and CT in substrate ablation for VT, Epicardial VT ablation, case examples

25- Role of roboics in arrhthmia ablation, Traces, case examples

26- Diagnosis and mechanisms of inherited cardiomyopathies and channelopathies

27- Complex decisions in genetic arrhythmias and channelopathies Prophylactic ICD genetic testing

28- Pacemaker cases


Details : 28 Videos + 1 PDF

Price : $ 40

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