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FURTHER, TOGETHER

Further, Together.

During this challenging time, we are committed to continuing to educate and support healthcare professionals. We recognize that many are dealing with increasing complexities of workflow and may be busy supporting efforts to contain and treat Covid-19. As such, we have taken the decision to bring you some of our EHRA scientific sessions via on-demand video.

As needs evolve, we will continue to work with healthcare providers to navigate this new landscape and ensure that we go Further, Together.

WHAT FURTHER, TOGETHER MEANS   DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

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Session 1

FROM HIS-BUNDLE TO LEADLESS PACING: THE FUTURE IS HERE

His-bundle pacing: Where do we stand?

Presenter: Z. Whinnett (London, GB)

21:31 mins

AV synchronous pacing using a single-chamber leadless pacemaker

Presenter: C. Steinwender (Linz, AT)

12:57 mins

Leadless pacing: Latest clinical results

Presenter: S. Winter (Cologne, DE)

14:31 mins

HIS-BUNDLE AND LEADLESS PACING: THE FUTURE IS HERE

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Session 2

REMOTE MONITORINg of cardiac device patients in the COVID-19 ERA

Device Management Lessons Learned during COVID-19

Presenter: H. Burri (Geneva, CH)

14:46 mins

Management of heart failure patients using a device based risk assessment algorithm

Presenter: F. Ahmed (Manchester, GB)

11:18 mins

A monitoring and triaging center for remote monitoring: Latest experience

Presenter: G. Giannola (Cefalu, IT)

20:36 mins

Future of Continuous Monitoring in a Remote Environment

Presenter: A. Patwala (Newcastle-under-Lyme, GB)

15:40 mins

MOVE DATA, NOT PATIENTS WITH MEDTRONIC REMOTE PATIENT MANAGEMENT

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Session 3

CARDIAC DEVICE THERAPY FOR HEART FAILURE: THE FUTURE IS HERE

How effective are ICDs in modern heart failure patients?

Presenter: C. Sticherling (Basel, CH)

17:17 mins

Optimising cardiac resynchronisation therapy using the latest technologies

Presenter: K. Vernooy (Maastricht, NL)

19:14 mins

REDUCING UNNECESSARY SHOCKS WITH NEW SMART DEVICE FEATURES AND TECHNOLOGIES

Presenter: A. Rao (Warrington, GB)

12:49 mins

What did we learn from the WRAP-IT study and how to put it into clinical practice?

Presenter: J. Wright (Liverpool, GB)

15:51 mins

FEWER SHOCKS GREATER LIVING

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Session 4

A LEGACY OF DIFFERENTIATED INNOVATION IN CARDIAC ABLATION

Cryoballoon ablation in atrial fibrillation: lessons learned from 500.000 patients treated

Presenter: C. de Asmundis (Brussels, BE)

9:54 mins

Improving lives with catheter Cryoablation in patients with atrial fibrillation and heart failure

Presenter: F. Arribas (Madrid, ES)

13:30 mins

Cryoballoon pulmonary vein isolation as first ablation strategy for patients with ATRIAL FIBRILLATION

Presenter: M. Moltrasio (Milan, IT)

15:39 mins

Advancements in RF ablation – the role of real-time temperature-controlled energy delivery

Presenter: A. Verma (Newmarket , CN)

17:10 mins

DIFFERENTIATED INNOVATION IN cardiac ablation

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