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04/18/2015 01:56 pm
This 60 minute three-part webinar contrasts the transvenous ICDs to the novel subcutaneous ICD.
Part 1: Screening and Selection of Patients
Part 2: Surgical Implantation
Part 3: What You Need to Look for During Device Follow -up
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Dr. Jeanne E. Poole, MD, FHRS
University of Washington School of Medicine
Bradley P. Knight, MD, FHRS
Cooley Professor of Medicine
Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology
Lyle W. Larson, PA-C, PhD
Division of Cardiology
University of Washington
Carrie Brown, APN
Heart Rhythm Center
University of Chicago Medicine
- Assess patients’ appropriateness for S-ICD therapy
- Differentiate between transvenous and subcutaneous ICDs with regard to surgical procedure and possible complications
- Explain the differences in post-operative follow up between the transvenous ICD and the SICD
Allied health professionals and referring physicians, including cardiologists who will conduct the initial screening of patients that would benefit from device therapy, including subcutaneous ICD systems and who manage the patient’s post-operative and follow-up care.
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This program is made possible in part by Boston Scientific.