Designed for fellows in the 2nd year of their Clinical Electrophysiology program and early career electrophysiologists, this workshop aims to provide technical and clinical guidance on advanced techniques in the EP lab through didactic and hands-on training. Faculty for this course consists of leading electrophysiologists recognized for their expertise in EP procedures. Participants can expect to gain insights and exposure into coronary venous mapping of complex substrates, advanced ICE and fluoro reduction techniques, as well as percutaneous epicardial access.
Director of Electrophysiology Clinical Research & Innovations
Texas Heart Institute
Dr. Miguel Valderrabano
Division Chief of Cardiac Electrophysiology
Houston Methodist Hospital
Dr. Rodney Horton
Adjunct Professor, Cardiac Electrophysiology
Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia
Baylis Medical may assist in arranging your travel to/from Houston, TX. For compliance purposes, all travel must be booked by Baylis Medical. Our travel team will help select the best possible flights within our compliance guidelines.
A one-night hotel reservation will be provided for guests attending this course. Upon registration, you will be able to request a reserved room for your stay.
By registering for an in-person program, you understand that while Baylis Medical encourages vaccination against COVID-19, we cannot guarantee that everyone in attendance will have been vaccinated. Baylis Medical events adhere to local regulations regarding COVID-19 which vary by jurisdiction.
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