EnSite™ X EP System and OT Practical Tutorials
Published: 25 April 2022
TUTORIAL 2 – Meet the Expert, with Dr Tarvinder Dhanjal
This six-part programme, recorded at EHRA 2022, brings together five leading experts to share experience with impedance and magnetic cardiac mapping, explore the value of Omnipolar technology in atrial fibrillation and complex atrial procedures, and consider the value of Omnipolar technology in combination with imaging integrations in complex ventricular procedures.
Dr Ross Hunter (Barts Heart Centre, London, UK) and Dr Arian Sultan (University Hospital Cologne, DE) guide us through 'Omnipolar Mapping Workflow in PVI and Complex Atrial Cases: What Should You Know?'; Dr Tarvinder Dhanjal (University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust, UK) delivers an insightful presentation entitled 'Impedance and Voxel Cardiac Mapping: The Power of Choice'. Finally, Dr Andreu Porta-Sanchez and Dr Ivo Roca Luque (Hospital Clinic Barcelona, ES) address 'Omnipolar Mapping and Imaging in Complex Ventricular Cases: What Should You Know?'.
Each tutorial provides theoretical and practical real-world experience to support optimal patient outcomes.
More from this programme
TUTORIAL 1 – Omnipolar Mapping Workflow in PVI and Complex Atrial Cases: What Should You Know?
TUTORIAL 2 – Impedance and Voxel Cardiac Mapping: The Power of Choice
TUTORIAL 3 – Omnipolar Mapping and Imaging in Complex Ventricular Cases: What Should You Know?
Dr Tarv Dhanjal, University Hospital Coventry & Warwickshire, NHS Trust, UKDr. Dhanjal is a Consultant Cardiologist, Electrophysiologist and honorary Associate Clinical Professor of Cardiology at the University Hospital Coventry & Warwickshire; University of Warwick and was previously Clinical Lecturer in Cardiology at St. Thomas' Hospital, UK. His expertise is in complex ablations: AF ablation and VT ablation. He has won many prizes, and is a published researcher and book author. Dr Dhanjal is also a fellow of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP), British Medical Association, British Cardiac Society, Heart Rythmn Society and the Medical Defence Union.