Coronary Venous Mapping Case ObservationBroaden your procedural skillset and learn innovative strategies to localize and treat complex arrhythmia substrates with expert proctoring at an experienced high-volume center.
This program is designed to provide electrophysiologists with in-depth guidance on techniques for coronary small vein mapping with EPstar Fixed Electrophysiology Catheters, to facilitate the identification and modification of substrates underlying idiopathic VT, PVCs, perimitral flutter and persistent AF. Learn innovative strategies and new tools to target hard-to-reach arrhythmogenic substrates through didactic presentations, case reviews, and observation of live cases over a one- or two-day program.
- Understand how coronary sinus mapping can enhance procedural workflow for identification, characterization, and modification of complex substrates,
- Learn step-by-step technique for coronary sinus mapping including coronary sinus catheterization and how to safely navigate into small, distal branches of the coronary venous system such as Vein of Marshall and septal coronary veins
- Gain insights on the latest tools and emerging techniques to access and navigate the smaller branches of the coronary venous system.
The number of participants per program is limited to enable optimal one-on-one interaction with faculty.
When in-person live case observation is not feasible, this program may be carried out virtually. Inquire for more information.
This program is intended for practicing clinical electrophysiologists who have completed their fellowship training.
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