This program is designed to provide electrophysiologists, cardiologists, internists, and associated professionals with state of the art information on invasive and non-invasive electrocardiography and electrophysiologic tools used in the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of cardiac rhythm disorders
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The Colorado Arrhythmia Symposium 2013 Annual Conference is a 3-day educational program focusing on advanced electrophysiology concepts and new developments in clinical strategies to treat arrhythmias. Partcipants learn from the conference faculty through didactic lectures, case presentations, debates, and informal discussion as we did previous years.
As an Employer of Choice, The Heart Rhythm Society offers a robust benefit package., We are proud of our benefit offerings and believe they provide a substantial measure of security, protection and flexibility for our staff and their families, both now and in the future.
A new study shows young adults with congenital heart disease (CHD) also living with an implantable cardioverter- defibrillator (ICD) experience a high level of shock-related anxiety. The multicenter study, published in the June edition of HeartRhythm, the official journal of the Heart Rhythm Society, is the first to discover that shock-related anxiety is associated with sexual dysfunction in young adults and calls on healthcare providers to address these issues to improve the quality of life for patients.
BOSTON, May 14, 2009 — Common psychotropic medications such as antipsychotics, antidepressants and benzodiazepines, may contribute to an increased risk of sudden death during an acute coronary event, according to a new study released today at Heart Rhythm 2009, the Heart Rhythm Society’s 30th Annual Scientific Sessions. This case-control study is the first of its kind to compare psychotropic medication use in heart attack survivors and victims of sudden cardiac death.
WASHINGTON, DC — New research proves the feasibility of leadless pacing in heart failure patients with ultrasound-mediated stimulation energy. The new study published in the June edition of the HeartRhythm Journal, the official journal of the Heart Rhythm Society, sought to apply ultrasound-mediated leadless pacing technology in heart failure patients and to evaluate the effects of respiration and body posture on the acoustic window. The study is the first of its kind to demonstrate successful leadless pacing in human subjects with advanced heart failure.