The purpose of this symposium is to update medical practitioners in the greater Midwest region on the future of cardiac electrophysiology (EP), and on new diagnosis and treatment guidelines in the care and management of patients with arrhythmias, heart failure, and other issued impacting the electrical system of the body. Participants will learn about advances in ablation techniques, device management, appropriate use criteria, and survey new developments in guidelines and recommendations. A review of clinical trials that have helped change the clinical practice of EP will also be held. Participants in this symposium will examine the latest trends in Left Atrial Appendage (LAA) treatment options and gain a greater understanding of anticoagulation and stroke prophylaxis.
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Kansas City Marriott Downtown
200 W 12th Street
Kansas City, MO 64105
Dr. Dhanunjaya Lakkireddy
At the completion of this symposium, participants should be able to:
- Discuss types of devices used for monitoring and treatment of arrhythmias
- Describe alternative therapies of treatment in patients with arrhythmias
- Discuss advances in ablative techniques for arrhythmias
- Demonstrate the use of imaging techniques to improve procedural outcomes
- Apply guideline-endorsed, clinically applicable strategies to help resolve lead failure, device malfunctions, and other device-related issues
- Discuss how to improve safety and efficacy of electrophysiology (EP) procedures
- Summarize clinical trials that helped change clinical practice in the EP field
- Identify updates in heart failure treatment options
- Investigate the role that genetics has in patients with arrhythmias
- Explain anticoagulation treatment and stroke prophylaxis options for cardiac patients
- Examine clinical evidence for the latest trends in LAA treatments
This symposium is designed for physicians, advanced practice registered nurses, and allied health professionals in the fields of electrophysiology, interventional cardiology, interventional radiology, and vascular surgery.