Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology

Cover image for Vol. 37 Issue 4

Edited By: John D.Fisher

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 36/79 (Engineering Biomedical); 66/124 (Cardiac & Cardiovascular Systems)

Online ISSN: 1540-8159

Pacemakers, ICDs and CRT 2010


14th Annual Understanding and Managing Pacemakers, ICDs, and CRT for the Allied Professional

The following presentations are brought to you free of charge by Wiley-Blackwell and Medtronic from the 14th Annual Understanding and Managing Pacemakers, ICDs, and CRT for the Allied Professional Meeting. To find out more information about the program please consult the 2011 Course Website.

Wiley Blackwell

Medtronic

          
 hemodynamics thunb

Hemodynamics of Device Therapy        
David L. Hayes, MD

  

Programming: Tenets for all Devices & Which Pacing Mode is Best?
David L. Hayes, MD

  Industry Speed Session

Industry Speed Session #1


  Common Trouble Shooting

Common Troubleshooting
David L. Hayes, MD

  Device Interference

Device Interference
David L. Hayes, MD 

  Interpreting

Interpreting the Paced Electrocardiogram
Samuel J. Asirvatham, MD

  Pacemaker Troubleshooting

Pacemaker Troubleshooting 1
David L. Hayes, MD

  CRT-ECG Interpretation

CRT-ECG Interpretation
S. Asirvatham, MD

  remote monitoringRemote Monitoring: State of the Art
David L. Hayes, MD
Elizabeth A. Ching, RN
Nick Payne, RN
& Industry Expert Panel
  advanced featuresAdvanced Pacemaker Features: Industry Insight
Paul J. Wang, MD
David Hayes, MD - moderators
   Pacemaker Troubleshooting II
David L. Hayes, MD
  CRT Troubleshooting

CRT Troubleshooting
P. Wang, MD

  RecallsRecalls; Advisories; End of Life Issues
Paul J. Wang, MD and Faculty Panel
  

CRT Device A-V and V-V Optimization Cases**
Brian Powell, MD

 
Dealing with Concerns of the ICD Patient
Melissa Rott, RN
 
   

What Do Device Experts Need to Know about Echo for CRT Management?
Brian Powell, MD

  DFT testing

DFT Testing
Paul Wang, MD

  ICD testing

ICD Troubleshooting
Paul J. Wang, MD

  State of the Art

CRT 2010 – State of the Art
David L. Hayes, MD

  Mechanism

CRT – Mechanisms of Clinical Effectiveness
Samuel J. Asirvatham, MD

   Tools to Assess the CRT Patient (including Electrocardiography of CRT)
Samuel J. Asirvatham, MD
  

CRT Troubleshooting & Dealing with the Non-Responder
Paul J. Wang, MD

 
 

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