EP Fellows Transseptal Course

Date: 23 Sep 2023
Location: Richmond, VA

Designed for fellows early in their Clinical Electrophysiology program, this course aims to provide technical and clinical guidance to advance your transseptal skills and introduce electroanatomical mapping through didactic and hands-on training.  Participants can expect to gain a comprehensive and foundational understanding of relevant anatomy, step-by-step transseptal technique, imaging, 3D mapping, troubleshooting challenging scenarios, and the latest transseptal technology. The faculty for this course consists of leading electrophysiologists recognized for their expertise in EP procedures.

Course Highlights

  • Understand necessary anatomy and correlation to imaging for transseptal puncture   
  • Review the best tools for safe, controlled, and precise transseptal access   
  • Understand step-by-step transseptal technique    
  • Learn effective troubleshooting strategies for challenging transseptal scenarios  
  • Recognize and manage potential complications of transseptal puncture 
  • Build foundational knowledge on electroanatomical mapping and safely navigating the left atrium

Course Faculty

Dr. Jayanthi Koneru
Associate Professor of Cardiology, Fellowship Program Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology
VCU Medical Center (Richmond, VA)
Dr. Jonathan Chrispin
Director of Ventricular Arrhythmia Research, Associate Professor of Medicine
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (Baltimore, MD)
Dr. Manish Shah
Program Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship Training
MedStar Washington Hospital Center (Washington, DC)

Booking Your Travel

Boston Scientific will assist with arranging your travel to/from Richmond, VA. For compliance purposes, all travel must be booked by Boston Scientific. Our travel team will help select the best possible flights within our compliance guidelines.

For more information, you may contact a course coordinator at: ASMedEd@bsci.com

A one-night hotel reservation will be provided for guests attending this course for the night of Friday, September 22nd. 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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