Johns Hopkins Arrhythmia Symposium: Case-Centered Discussions

Co-Sponsored Event

CME: 6.50; CE: 6.50

Duration: 1 Day

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Activity Description:

This one-day, case-based format symposium is designed to update arrhythmia management health workers on relevant topics including, controversial issues, new and improved medications and devices, and new techniques for treating related conditions. 

Registration Information:

Learn more about this event and register  here.   

Location:

Johns Hopkins Hospital Schaffer Auditorium, Baltimore, Maryland USA

Course Directors/Faculty:

Saman Nazarian, MD, PhD

Hugh Calkins, MD

Learning Objectives:

  • Diagnose and perform basic management of inherited arrhythmia syndromes.
  • Explain the basic technique for catheter ablation, identify suitable candidates, and discuss success rates, and complications associated with the procedures.
  • Explain the basic of pacemaker and ICD System Management.

Target Audience:

Internists, Cardiologists, Cardiac Electrophysiologists, and Allied Health Professionals in Arrhythmia Management.

Contact Information:

Kimberly Butler
Tel: 410-955-5881