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4pm CET | 10am ET


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Symposia Sessions

Day 1 - 30 November 6:00pm CET

Enhance Your Mapping and Ablation Efficiency

This session is supported by Biosense Webster.

  • Mattias Duytschaever, Bruges, BE
  • Benjamin Berte, Luzern, CH

Learning Objectives
  • Demonstrate the efficiency, efficacy and safety with latest mapping and focal ablation technology
  • Understand the efficiency, efficacy and safety that may be achieved with the latest mapping and focal ablation technology
  • Learn how to overcome the challenges of electro-anatomical mapping of complex arrhythmias
  • Update knowledge on the results of the POWER-PLUS study, including its implications for real-world patient outcomes


Day 2 – 1 December 3:00pm CET

DiamondTemp: Now is the Real-time for Temperature Controlled Ablation

This session is supported by Medtronic.

  • Claire Martin, Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, UK
  • John Silberbauer, Sussex Cardiac Centre, Brighton, UK

  • Introduction - DiamondTemp
  • Introducing temperature-controlled ablation
  • High-resolution electrogram
  • Procedure outcomes

Learning Objectives
  • Learn about ablation strategies using the DiamondTemp™ catheter for VT
  • Update knowledge on assessment of high-density electrograms during a VT ablation using a split-tip electrode
  • Discover how temperature-controlled ablation technology impacts lesion creation


Day 2 – 1 December 5:35 pm CET

Personalised AF Solutions: At the Dawn of the PFA Era

This session is supported by Boston Scientific.

  • Introduction - Dhiraj Gupta, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool, UK
  • From rhythm control to stroke prevention, combining LAAC and ablation - Roland Tilz, University Heart Center, Luebeck, DE
  • Beyond PVI… effective lesion for optimal outcomes - Dhiraj Gupta, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool, UK
  • Pioneering pulsed field ablation, 2 years of clinical results - Boris Schmidt, CCB Markus Krankenhaus, Frankfurt, DE
  • Take-away messages - Dhiraj Gupta, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool, UK

Learning Objectives
  • Explore the available personalised AF solutions based on the individual needs of the patient in the AF journey
  • Learn about streamlined patient management, combining atrial fibrillation ablation with left atrial appendage closure
  • Get insight into the usage of local impedance beyond PVI
  • Review 2 years of clinical results with the pulsed field ablation system and workflow best practices


Day 2 – 1 December 9:15 pm CET

Case Workflow with Volta Medical's VX1 companion AI decision support technology

This session is supported by Volta Medical.

  • Dr Devi Nair will feature the use of the Volta VX1 decision support AI software to help locate dispersion electrograms, believed to be AF drivers, in a persistent AF case.

Learning Objectives
  • Observe the real-time detection and annotation of dispersion electrograms using Volta VX1
  • How the Volta VX1 AI has been developed using machine and deep learning AI processes
  • Volta's compatibility with the top mapping and recording systems and multipolar catheters
  • How the Volta VX1 technology can be adapted into extra PV strategies for persistent and redo AF cases


Day 3 – 2 December 5:35 pm CET

The S-ICD: Ask Me Anything

This session is supported by Boston Scientific.

  • Cardiac defibrillation and cardiac pacing: a marriage of inconvenience
  • Modular: pacing only for patients that demonstrate a real need
  • Most ICD patients should be S-ICD patients

Lucas Boersma, Antonius Ziekenhuis Nieuwegein, NL

Learning Objectives
  • Discuss indications of defibrillation and pacing therapy
  • Assess the risk/benefits of the S-ICD and how this lowers the complication rate
  • Learn how the S-ICD can communicate with a LCP to personalise S-ICD therapy
  • Discuss how contemporary and real-world data relate to current clinical practice


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