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Evolving Status of Left Bundle Branch Area Pacing
  • Journal Club

Evolving Status of Left Bundle Branch Area Pacing

19th Jan 2022

In this video from Arrythmia Academy’s Journal Club, Dr Chu-Pak Lau (Queen Mary Hospital, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong) moderates a discussion between Dr Weijian Huang (The First Affiliated Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, Wenzhou, China) and Dr Pugazhendhi Vijayaraman (Geisinger Heart Institute, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, US) on the topic of Left Bundle Branch Pacing, and how this area of Electrophysiology is evolving.

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Image Integration for VT Ablation: Pros and Cons

    Image Integration for VT Ablation: Pros and Cons

    21st Jan 2021

    We are pleased to present a series of brand new videos from the Alliance Bordeaux Program which was an online meeting hosted virtually in September 2020.

    The course provides a unique opportunity to learn about the latest techniques and innovative treatment options for atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia from world-leading experts.

    In this video, Dr H Cochet (Bordeaux, FR) discusses the advantages of image integration for VT ablation.

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    Editor in Chief

    Angelo Auricchio is Editor in Chief of Arrhythmia Academy, Director of the Clinical Electrophysiology Unity at the Fondazione Cardiocentre Ticino in Lugano, Switzerland and Professor of Cardiology at the University Hospital, Magdeburg, Germany. He is the past President of European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA) and Scientific Director at the Fondazione Ticino Cuore, an institution devoted to increasing the public awareness of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest victims and to improve the survival rate of its victims.

    In 1991, he received the Young Investigator Award of the North American Society of Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology, and in 2005 he received the Fritz Acker Award from the Germany Society of Cardiology for his research on cardiac resynchronization therapy. Dr Auricchio is also an inventor with 10 active patents and applications, the most relevant being a left ventricular pacing lead with an over-the-wire design; this lead represents today, the standard pacing technique for cardiac resynchronization therapy.

    Editorial Board

    • Luis Aguinaga
      Centro Privado de Cardiología, Tucuman, Argentina

    • Tolga Aksu
      Yeditepe University Hospital, Istanbul-Turkey