10th International Symposium on Catheter Ablation Techniques

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- Duration: 3 Days

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Activity Description:

The Tenth Annual International Symposium on Catheter Ablation Techniques (ISCAT) will be held in Paris, 15 -17 October 2014.

Over the last 18 years, the field of Electrophysiology and Catheter Ablation has rapidly evolved, experience profound changes in indications, techniques and technologies. ISCAT aims to give an overview of the field of catheter ablation providing access to the best scientific knowledge. The first half day, Wednesday morning, will be devoted to "classical" electrophysiology and catheter ablation.

At the request of many participants in previous editions, we will use these sessions to explore both the basics and current trends of this field.

Wednesday afternoon, Thursday, and Friday will be fully dedicated to the International Symposium on The Fibrillating Heart - with internationally renowned leaders in the field. All technical and clinical aspects of current methods for ablation of atrial fibrillation and ventricular arrhythmias will be discussed.

Importantly, the very popular sessions dedicated to the laboratory technicians will be repeated.

Finally, we will increase the time devoted to electrophysiologists in training with help of the Reunion of European countries for the Treatment of Arrhythmias in Cardiology (RETAC) in highly practical sessions. As for the previous editions, the Rhythmology and Stimulation Group of the French Society of Cardiology and EHRA will contribute significantly to our program.   

Registration Information:

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Hotel Pullman Montparnasse 19,

rue du Commandant Mouchotte

75014 Paris - France 

Course Directors/Faculty:

Pr. E. Aliot - Pr. M. Haissaguerre

Learning Objectives:

  • Provide an update in the fields of catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation and ventricular arrhythmias. 
  • Describe the practical approach. Illustrated in numerous video presentations and several workshops between the plenary sessions. 

Target Audience:

Cardiologists, Cardiovascular Surgeons, Electrophysiologists, Interns, Nurses, and Technicians

Contact Information:

Christelle Diat
Tel: +33 (0)1 41 92 01 20