• HRC2019
  • 6 - 9 Oct 2019, The ICC, Birmingham UK

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Sessions

08:30 - 15:00 Arrhythmia Alliance Symposia (2) - Continued Hall 5
08:30 - 12:15 Oral Abstracts (3) Hall 8a
08:30 - 10:00 Nurses (2) Hall 8b
10:45 - 12:15 AHSNs - Working together to reduce AF-Related Strokes Executive Room 1
13:30 - 15:00 Master Class Devices (5) - Interactive EGM Session Hall 8a
13:30 - 17:15 Cases & Traces (2) Hall 8b
15:45 - 17:15 Master Class Devices (6) - CRT/HF Hall 8a

Arrhythmia Alliance Symposia (2) - Continued Arrhythmia Alliance Symposia (2) - Continued - Hall 5 - 08:30 - 15:00

Arrhythmia Mapping
Chair: Dr Stuart Harris , Dr Vias Markides Basildon UK, London UK
08:30 Customisation of AF ablation strategy - Is this truly achievable yet? Dr Vias Markides London UK
08:40 Is Global Mapping the key to better AF ablation outcomes? Dr Tom Wong London UK
08:50 Artificial intelligence-guided catheter ablation Prof Riccardo Cappato Milan IT
09:00 Does high density mapping of ventricular tachycardia translate into better outcomes? Dr Paolo Della Bella Milan IT
Chair: Dr Derick Todd Liverpool UK
09:15 Debate: Non-contact mapping is the future of 3D mapping (again)
Pro Dr Andrew Grace Cambridge UK
Con
09:50 Panel discussions/questions
10:00 Break
Catheter Ablation
Chair: Dr Paolo Della Bella , Dr Tom Wong Milan IT, London UK
10:45 Should we ablate atrial fibrillation before it has even happened? Dr Julian Jarman London UK
10:55 High power short duration ablation: is it ready for prime-time? Dr Derick Todd Liverpool UK
11:05 Atrial fibrillation in heart failure: overlooked and under-ablated! Dr David Jones Harefield UK
11:15 Limitations of current technologies and what is around the corner Dr Shouvik Haldar London UK
Chair: Dr Magdi Saba London UK
11:30 Debate: One-shot/balloon ablation should be the approach for ALL index AF ablation procedures
Pro Dr Jack McCready Brighton UK
Con Prof Mark O'Neill London UK
12:00 Panel discussions/questions
12:15 Lunch
Controversies
Chair: Dr Vanita Aora , Dr Vias Markides New Delhi IN, London UK
13:30 Are we ignoring brain lesions as a consequence of ablation? Dr Matthew Wright London UK
13:40 High energy devices in the octogenarians Prof Francisco Leyva Birmingham UK
13:50 Inflammation and ventricular tachycardia - do we know enough?
14:00 Does VT ablation actually confer a mortality benefit? Dr Nick Linton London UK
14:15 Debate: Every primary care patient with AF should be referred to specialist electrophysiology services
Pro Dr Wajid Hussain London UK
Con Dr Piers Clifford Buckingham UK
14:50 Panel discussions/questions
15:00 Close

Oral Abstracts (3) - Hall 8a - 08:30 - 12:15

Chair: Dr Fozia Ahmed, Dr Malcolm Finlay Manchester UK, London, UK
Devices
08:30 TISSUE CHARACTERISATION PREDICTS REMODELING IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CRT- A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS FROM A LARGE TERTIARY CENTRE Katie Thomasson London UK
08:45 ECGI DERIVED LEFT VENTRICULAR ACTIVATION PATTERNS PREDICT CORRECTION OF LBBB BY HIS BUNDLE PACING Ahran Arnold London UK
09:00 LEFT VENTRICULAR PACING VECTOR OPTIMIZATION IN AN IDEALLY DEPLOYED QUADRIPOLAR LEAD IN CARDIAC RESYNCHRONIZATION THERAPY: EFFECT OF OPTIMIZING QRS AREA Osita Okafor Sutton Coldfield UK
09:15 IMPROVED ELECTROMECHANICAL STABILITY OF A NOVEL ACTIVE FIXATION CORONARY SINUS LEAD COMPARED TO PASSIVE FIXATION LEADS: A MULTI-CENTRE STUDY Dimitrios Gerontitis Southampton UK
09:30 IMPROVING CARDIAC DIAGNOSTICS USING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY- INVESTIGATION OF PALPITATIONS USING THE ZENICOR ECG Thet Su Su London UK
09:45 COMBINED COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY WITH DYNAMIC PERFUSION AND MECHANICS WITH PREDICTED ACTIVATION PATTERN CAN SUCCESSFULLY GUIDE IMPLANTATION OF A WIRELESS ENDOCARDIAL PACING SYSTEM Baldeep Sidhu London UK
10:00 Break
Chair: Dr Ashley Nisbet , Dr Malcolm Finlay Bristol UK, London, UK
Mapping & Ablation
10:45 RETRO-MAPPING: A 5-DIMENSIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR MAPPING WAVEFRONTS DURING AF REVEALS MECHANISTIC INSIGHT WITH BOTH FOCAL ACTIVATION AND STABLE VECTORS Ian Mann London UK
11:00 THE STOCHASTIC TRAJECTORY ANALYSIS OF RANKED SIGNALS (STAR) MAPPING METHOD TO IDENTIFY DRIVING SITES IN PERSISTENT ATRIAL FIBRILLATION: APPLICATION THROUGH SEQUENTIAL MAPPING. Shohreh Honarbakhsh London UK
11:15 HIGH-DENSITY MAPPING OF DYNAMIC FUNCTIONAL SUBSTRATE CHANGES IN VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA IMPROVES OUTCOMES IN VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA ABLATION Neil Srinivasan London UK
11:30 THREE-DIMENSIONAL 12-LEAD ECG-BASED ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC IMAGING IN CARDIAC RESYNCHRONIZATION THERAPY RECIPIENTS: VALIDATION AGAINST NON-CONTACT ELECTROANATOMICAL MAPPING Osita Okafor Sutton Coldfield UK
11:45 CARDIAC RESPONSE TO CRT AND HEART RATE AUGMENTATION: THE FIRST ASSESSMENT WITH CMR Aaron Koshy Leeds UK
12:00 USE OF NOVEL MARKERS OF ORGANISATION AND RAPIDITY TO PREDICT SITES OF AF TERMINATION WITH ABLATION GUIDED BY STOCHASTIC TRAJECTORY ANALYSIS OF RANKED SIGNALS (STAR) MAPPING Shohreh Honarbakhsh London UK
12:15 Close

Nurses (2) - Hall 8b - 08:30 - 10:00

Chair: Ms Angela Hall, Ms Shona Holding Jersey UK, Bradford UK
08:30 A-A update Mrs Trudie Lobban MBE Chipping Norton UK
08:40 ECG workshop Dr Pierre Le Page Devon UK
09:00 Obesity and AF Mrs Angela Griffiths Oxford UK
09:15 What Partners of ICD patients experience: what the research tells us Dr Carl Rideout Wolverhampton UK
09:35 How partners of ICD patients are supported Ms Sarah Roberts Leicester UK
09:50 Panel discussions/questions
10:00 Close

AHSNs - Working together to reduce AF-Related Strokes - Executive Room 1 - 10:45 - 12:15

Chair: Ms Helen Williams London UK
10:45 Overview of the AHSN AF programme Ms Helen Williams London UK
11:00 AF detection devices roll out in south London Mr Dominic Norton London UK
11:15 AF detection devices roll out in the North East and North Cumbria Ms Nikki Holdsworth Newcastle Upon Tyne UK
11:30 Addressing the sub optimally treated AF patient - Roll out in Wessex Dr Sharron Gordon Winchester UK
11:45 Addressing the sub optimally treated AF patient - from local to national roll out. Examples of anticoagulation service innovations/improvements Ms Helen Williams London UK
12:00 Q & A
12:15 Close

Master Class Devices (5) - Interactive EGM Session - Hall 8a - 13:30 - 15:00

Chair: Mr Stuart Allen Manchester UK
Panel Ms Eleri Roberts, Mr Paul Doherty, Dr William Foster Manchester UK, Solihull UK, Worcester UK
15:00 Close

Cases & Traces (2) - Hall 8b - 13:30 - 17:15

Chair: Dr John Paisey, Dr Nick Kelland Southampton UK, Sheffield UK
13:30 Extraction of CRT-D using superior and femoral access in a patient with LSVC : when EP tools obtain another meaning Anna Kefala Southampton UK
13:40 Shocking end to atrial automatic threshold test Ruben Lamelas London UK
13:50 Pacing induced VF - The imperfect ICD storm Noor Sharrack London UK
14:00 Retrieval of Medtronic Micra leadless pacemaker system from the right pulmonary artery following tether failure Richard Dobson Bristol UK
14:10 Detecting deceased patients on remote monitoring: A case series Christopher Monkhouse London UK
14:20 Cardiac devices and MRI electrocardiographic features when reprogramming changes are not made Bhavisha Patel London UK
14:30 Saving a racing heart : Effective Interventions in Tachycardia-Induced Cardiomyopathy (TCM) Sher May Ng London UK
14:40 Q & A's
15:00 Break
15:45 Pseudo Ventricular tachycardia recorded on dual chamber pacemaker EGM storage nearly leads to inappropriate medication changes and upgrade of pacing system Anthony Mason Watford UK
15:55 Subcutaneous ICD - Importance of effective patient selection and effective screening. How this may be extend the application of the technology beyond normal constraints Jamie Walton Birmingham UK
16:05 Fatal Consequences of inappropriate therapy in a single VF zone primary prevention defibrillator Samuel Griffiths London UK
16:15 A get out of jail approach to an occluded SVC to achieve CRT (His) Vishal Luther London UK
16:25 Out of hospital arrest in a patient with a homozygous SCN1A mutation: Can this lead to an increased predisposition to cardiac arrhythmia and sudden death in childhood? Jennifer Shortland Bristol UK
16:35 A truncating KCNQ1 variant causing Jervell and Lange-Nielsen syndrome but not Long QT syndrome James Cranley Cambridge UK
16:45 Bradycardia in a cyclist: What is the mechanism and management strategy? Peter Kabunga London UK
16:55 Q & A's
17:15 Close

Master Class Devices (6) - CRT/HF - Hall 8a - 15:45 - 17:15

Chair: Dr Honey Thomas, Dr Stuart Harris Northumbria UK, Basildon UK
15:45 Utilising device diagnostics for managing HF Dr Fozia Ahmed Manchester UK
16:15 Can HIS pacing replace CRT? Dr Badrinathan Chandrasekaran Swindon UK
16:45 CRT Algorithms (MPP, aCRT, SyncAV etc): are they worth the effort? Mr Christopher Monkhouse London UK
17:15 Close

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