Rhythm Interventions Online 2022 - Boston Scientific Symposia Sessions

Published: 06 December 2022

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Rhythm Interventions Online 2022 - Boston Scientific Symposia Sessions

 

Part 1: Personalised AF Solutions: At the Dawn of the PFA Era

 

  • Introduction – Dhiraj Gupta, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool, UK
  • From rhythm control to stroke prevention, combining LAAC and ablation – Roland Tilz, University Heart Center, Luebeck, DE
  • Beyond PVI… effective lesion for optimal outcomes – Dhiraj Gupta, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool, UK
  • Pioneering pulsed field ablation, 2 years of clinical results – Boris Schmidt, CCB Markus Krankenhaus, Frankfurt, DE
  • Take-away messages – Dhiraj Gupta, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool, UK

 

Part 2: The S-ICD: Ask Me Anything

 

  • Cardiac defibrillation and cardiac pacing: a marriage of inconvenience
  • Modular: pacing only for patients that demonstrate a real need
  • Most ICD patients could be suitable for an S-ICD

Lucas Boersma, Antonius Ziekenhuis Nieuwegein, NL

These symposia were supported by Boston Scientific

Personalised AF Solutions: At the Dawn of the PFA Era – Learning Objectives

  • Explore the available personalised AF solutions based on the individual needs of the patient in the AF journey
  • Learn about streamlined patient management, combining atrial fibrillation ablation with left atrial appendage closure
  • Get insight into the usage of local impedance beyond PVI
  • Review 2 years of clinical results with the pulsed field ablation system and workflow best practices

The S-ICD: Ask Me Anything – Learning Objectives

  • Discuss indications of defibrillation and pacing therapy
  • Assess the risk/benefits of the S-ICD and how this lowers the complication rate
  • Discuss how contemporary and real-world data relate to current clinical practice
  • Learn how the S-ICD can communicate with a LCP to personalise S-ICD therapy

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Faculty Biographies

Roland R Tilz

Roland R Tilz

Prof Roland Tilz is the deputy director of the Medical Center II of the University Hospital in Lübeck and professor of the invasive electrophysiology at the University Lübeck. He is committed to training in the field of “Invasive electrophysiology and cardiac rhythm implants”. Prof Roland Tilz trained at the Addenbrooks Hospital in Cambridge (UK), Bedford Hospital (UK), Klinikum Bayreuth and at the Asklepios Klinik St. Georg in Hamburg. 

 

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