European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA) 2019 Congress

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Convergent Procedure: A New Approach to Atrial Fibrillation Ablation
Sunday 17 March at 12:45 - 13:45 CET, Coumel Lecture Room (*Lunch will be provided)

Course Director: Jaswinder Gill (London UK)
Learning Objectives: After this session electrophysiologists will be able to identify the causes of sub-optimal outcomes in atrial ablation, describe the convergent procedure and approproiate patients, and outline the electrophysiologists's role. 
Accredited by the European Board for Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) for one hour of External CME credits
Endorsed by the British Heart Rhythm Society (BHRS)

12:45 - The ongoing challenges of atrial fibrillation (Jaswinder Gill, London, UK)
12:50 - The electrophysiologic problem leading to sub-optimal outcomes (Claudio Tondo, Milan, Italy)
13:00 - Convergent ablation: The what and the why (Felix Yang, New York, USA)
13:15 - The role of the electrophysiologist in convergent ablation: The how and the who (Syed Ahsan, London, UK)
13:30 - Panel Q&A (Facilitated by Jaswinder Gill, London, UK)

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About EHRA:

The Annual Congress of the European Heart Rhythm Association brings together scientists and healthcare professionals involved with arrhythmias from all around the world. We have put together a scientific programme designed to provide attendees with the latest in science and education in the field of cardiac rhythm disorders. During this three-day congress, a variety of formats including state of the art lectures, debates, abstract presentations, live cases and practical workshops will cover all aspects of arrhythmias, pacing and electrophysiology. Delegates will have the opportunity to learn about the latest research, discover cutting-edge technology, and gain practical knowledge from world-renowned experts. A particular emphasis has been placed to bring content closer to daily practice.



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