Baroreflex Activation Therapy for the Treatment of HFrEF – When CRT Is Not an Option

Published: 05 July 2021

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Overview

In this webinar, cardiologists, heart failure specialists and electrophysiologists will go through this simple implantable device that electrically stimulates the carotid baroreflex to improve symptoms of HFrEF. The panel will discuss patient indication, our latest clinical data, and incorporation into clinical practice.

This webinar is supported by CVRx.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Review the role of the baroreflex as a primary regulator of cardiovascular function and have a better understanding of the mode of action.
  • Identify the patient indication for carotid baroreceptor stimulation in heart failure with reduced ejection fraction.
  • Review the long term data and experience with baroreflex activation therapy in heart failure with reduced ejection fraction.
  • Get to know the device, and the implantation procedure of BAROSTIM.
  • Exchange with experienced physicians that prescribe and use BAROSTIM in their hospitals.

Target Audience

  • Heart Failure Specialist
  • Cardiologist
  • Interventional Cardiologist
  • Rhythmologist

Series overview

Part 1

Welcome and Introduction

1 session

Part 2

Introduction: BAT Mode of Action & Patient Indication for HF

1 session

  • Introduction: BAT Mode of Action & Patient Indication for HF

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Part 3

Clinical Results (Presentation of clinical data on Heart Failure as HOPE4HF & BeAT-HF study)

1 session

  • Clinical Results (Presentation of clinical data on Heart Failure as HOPE4HF & BeAT-HF study)

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Part 4

Device Presentation & Implant Procedure

1 session

  • Device Presentation & Implant Procedure

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Part 5

Case Study: advanced HF, ventricular arrhythmias and BAROSTIM

1 session

  • Case Study: advanced HF, ventricular arrhythmias and BAROSTIM

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Part 6

Summary of Baroreflex Activation Therapy for HFrEF

1 session

  • Summary of Baroreflex Activation Therapy for HFrEF

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