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Date : Tuesday, September 25th 2018 from 05:30pm to 06:30pm (GMT+1)
Honolulu : Tuesday, September 25th 2018 from 06:30am to 07:30am (GMT-10)
San Francisco : Tuesday, September 25th 2018 from 09:30am to 10:30am (GMT-7)
New York : Tuesday, September 25th 2018 from 12:30pm to 01:30pm (GMT-4)
Buenos Aires : Tuesday, September 25th 2018 from 01:30pm to 02:30pm (GMT-3)
Reykjavik : Tuesday, September 25th 2018 from 04:30pm to 05:30pm (GMT)
London / Dublin : Tuesday, September 25th 2018 from 05:30pm to 06:30pm (GMT+1)
Paris / Berlin : Tuesday, September 25th 2018 from 06:30pm to 07:30pm (GMT+2)
Istanbul : Tuesday, September 25th 2018 from 07:30pm to 08:30pm (GMT+3)
Moscou / Dubaï : Tuesday, September 25th 2018 from 08:30pm to 09:30pm (GMT+4)
Bangkok : Tuesday, September 25th 2018 from 11:30pm to 12:30am (GMT+7)
Shanghai : Wednesday, September 26th 2018 from 12:30am to 01:30am (GMT+8)
Tokyo : Wednesday, September 26th 2018 from 01:30am to 02:30am (GMT+9)
Sydney : Wednesday, September 26th 2018 from 03:30am to 04:30am (GMT+11)
Wellington : Wednesday, September 26th 2018 from 05:30am to 06:30am (GMT+13)
Last update : 2018-10-08
Language(s) : English

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HOW TO GET YOUR EBAC CERTIFICATE
(ONLY IF YOU'VE WATCHED THE WEBINAR IN LIVE)


1. Check your inbox: You'll receive an email to get your 
EBAC Certificate  of Attendance
2. Fill in the survey and answer the Multiple Choice Questions
3. If you've answered 4 MCQs correctly at least, you'll receive an email with your 
EBAC Certificate of Attendance in the next days

 

CME PROVIDER: JIF Angio
Course Director: Dr Alexandre Avran

This programme is accredited by the European Board for Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) for 1 hour of external CME credit. Each participant should claim only those hours of credit that have actually been spent in the educational activity.


The EP field is undergoing an important transformation with regard to standardize the Afib procedure, in a safe, effective and efficient way. The purpose of this webinar is to support participants interested in advancing their RF AF ablation practice and in knowing new experiences in using Ablation Index for PVI. The webinar faculty will discuss their experiences, presenting their data and sharing tip&tricks to reproduce and standardize a successful ablation strategy in a simple way.

Program

17:30-17:40
Introduction & Presentation
Prof. Duytschaever
 
17:40-17:55
Real World Experience from UK: Simplification and Standardization
Dr Wright
 
17:55-18:15
Real World Experience from Italy: Reproducibility
Dr Stabile
 
18:15-18:30
Q&A session. Take home messages and Conclusion
Panel discussion
 

 

Educational objectives

  • Discuss new real world clinical experiences using Ablation Index for PVI 
  • Increase Standardization and Reproducibility, Optimizing the workflow and improving efficiency during RF ablation procedures
  • Improve knowledge of the use of Ablation Index during AF ablation (tips and optimized workflow)

Audience

  • Cardiac electrophysiologists and allied health professionals performing and assisting during RF AF ablation procedures
  • Healthcare professionals using alternative AF ablation techniques will also find this topic appealing

 

In compliance with EBAC guidelines, all speakers/chairpersons participating in this programme have disclosed or indicated potencial conflicts of interest which might cause a bias in the presentations. The Organizing Committee/Course Director is responsible for ensuring that all potencial conflicts of interest relevant to the event are declared to the audience prior to the CME activities.
 

Supported by an unrestricted grant from Biosense Webster

 

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  • Bashilov S. I have no video!

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    • Chingiz S. hI! What we should do when making RF lesion between LSPV and LAA, if patient has arris(acute) angle(ridge)?

      • Matt W. When stability is an issue there are a few things that can be tried.
        If using a fixed sheath (eg SR0) then you can go into the ostium of the LSPV and reduce the AI, eg 350. If under general anaesthesia you could ask for a period of apnoea, you could use a steerable sheath for better stability
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    • Usama B. I did attend it and not sure how to claim my certificate
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      • Rocio R. Please, check your inbox! Normally we have sent you an email if you've watched the webinar in live. If you have any problem, send an email to intouch@incathlab.com

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    • Usama B. Thank you
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      • Matt W. Thanks.

        In response to some of the questions.

        Tamponade frequency is very low (

      • Matt W.

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    • Chingiz S. where is video?

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      • Rajin C. great talk

        • Matt W. Thankyou.

          There were a lot of questions we didn't have time to include.

          There was a question on the routine use of integrated CT.
          I don't personally do this. I prefer the real-time map made with the multipolar mapping catheter, as not only does it give me anatomy but also voltage information.

          There was another question about what to do if you don't isolate on the first pass. There are a number of possibilities- pace and ablate along the line; interrogate the AI numbers along the line, look for the contiguity of each lesion- looking for the weakest link. Pace from inside the vein and map the exit, use the multipolar mapping catheter to guide you. It's best to have a number of ways of mapping gaps as sometimes one way will be better than others.
          Matt Wright

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      Honolulu : Tuesday, November 3rd 2015 from 06am to 07:15am (GMT-10)
      San Francisco : Tuesday, November 3rd 2015 from 08am to 09:15am (GMT-8)
      New York : Tuesday, November 3rd 2015 from 11am to 12:15pm (GMT-5)
      Buenos Aires : Tuesday, November 3rd 2015 from 01pm to 02:15pm (GMT-3)
      London / Dublin : Tuesday, November 3rd 2015 from 04pm to 05:15pm (GMT)
      Paris / Berlin : Tuesday, November 3rd 2015 from 05pm to 06:15pm (GMT+1)
      Istanbul : Tuesday, November 3rd 2015 from 06pm to 07:15pm (GMT+2)
      Moscou / Dubaï : Tuesday, November 3rd 2015 from 08pm to 09:15pm (GMT+4)
      Bangkok : Tuesday, November 3rd 2015 from 11pm to 12:15am (GMT+7)
      Shanghai : Wednesday, November 4th 2015 from 12am to 01:15am (GMT+8)
      Tokyo : Wednesday, November 4th 2015 from 01am to 02:15am (GMT+9)
      Sydney : Wednesday, November 4th 2015 from 02am to 03:15am (GMT+10)
      Wellington : Wednesday, November 4th 2015 from 04am to 05:15am (GMT+12)

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