Lack of awareness and treatment of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) puts African Americans at greater risk of death from the condition, according to a new national survey released today by the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS). The survey findings uncovered significant perception gaps between healthcare providers and consumers when it comes to understanding the condition, its symptoms, risk factors and treatments. Responsible for more than 350,000 U.S. deaths each year, SCA occurs when the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating. Approximately 95 percent of SCA cases result in death; however, it is proven most deadly in African Americans.
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The meeting will present current and future management on sudden cardiac death, new drug and ablation treatment for atrial fibrillation, pacing and ICD advances, cardiac resynchronization techniques, remote patient monitoring, and advances in neuromodulation for heart failure and hypertension. The well received certificate Cardiac Rhythm Management Course will continue, and new courses on EPS/ECG added.
Members are invited to register for the Scientific Sessions three weeks prior to nonmembers. Submit your application by December 21 to receive a registration invitation before nonmembers are invited to the Sessions.
Application Advanced Mapping and Ablation Technologies (Activity Expired)15264
The session will explore the newer technologies that exist for mapping and ablating some of the common, and less common, substrates that may be treated in the pediatric and adult electrophysiology laboratory.
30 Years Of Ablation (Activity Expired)15265
This session is an historical journey through early DC ablation up to modern electroporative, automatic, and non-thermal ablation techniques, reviewed by a pioneer and expert in the field of interventional electrophysiology.
New Technologies for AF Ablation: Do They Add Value? (Activity Expired)15266
Emphasizing the limitations of current atrial mapping and ablation techniques and where improvement is needed.
Members are invited to register for the Scientific Sessions three weeks prior to nonmembers. Submit your application by December 14 to receive a registration invitation before former Scientific Sessions attendees.
Members are invited to register three weeks prior to nonmembers. Submit your application by December 7 to be considered in time to get the member registration announcement.
Symposium will have two educational sessions and a panel discussion on device guidelines applicable to India. Session 1-Reducing stroke in Atrial Fibrillation and Heart Failure, Session 2-Optimizing technology, health care delivery and practice guidelines in India. There will be an awards ceremony
FHRS eligibility criteria and application for International Electrophysiologists.