• HRC2022
  • 9 - 11 Oct 2022

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Sessions

08:30 - 10:00 EP Masterclass 2 Hall 10a
08:30 - 10:00 EGM Championships Hall 11a
08:30 - 12:15 AF Association Symposia 1 & 2 - Pre Recorded Session Hall 7b
08:30 - 12:15 Oral Abstracts 2 - Highest Scoring Abstracts / Arrhythmia Mechanisms / In Silico Tools Hall 3a
08:30 - 17:15 STARS Symposium Hall 9
08:30 - 17:15 Paediatric Session Hall 10b
08:45 - 10:00 What is the future of One Shot balloon PVI? - Biosense Webster Session Interactive Area - Exhibition Hall
10:45 - 12:15 Cases and Traces Hall 3b
10:45 - 12:15 Pacing - Arrhythmia Alliance Symposia 2 Hall 10a
10:45 - 12:15 Merging expertise to advance AF treatment - AtriCure Interactive Area - Exhibition Hall
10:45 - 12:15 40 Years of Ablation, what have we learned? - BHRS Session Hall 11a
10:45 - 12:15 Basic Science Primer Hall 11b
13:30 - 14:30 Ben Freedman Lecture Hall 11b
13:30 - 15:00 Heart Rhythm Trainee Session Hall 7b
13:30 - 15:00 Masterclass Devices 2 - Pacing is good right? Hall 11a
13:30 - 15:00 Discover how digital technology is helping to reduce pressure on the NHS, empower patients and deliver personalised care - Huma Hall 3b
13:30 - 15:00 CRT: Furthering the reach and improving outcomes - Abbott Hall 10a
13:30 - 15:00 Pulsed Field Ablation is it a game changer for EP services in the UK? - Boston Scientific Interactive Area - Exhibition Hall
13:30 - 17:15 Young Investigators Competition Hall 3a
15:00 - 15:45 Moderated Posters 1 Poster Area - Exhibition Hall
15:45 - 16:45 Hugh Calkins Lecture Hall 11b
15:45 - 17:15 Nurses 2 - Steps in Research Progression Hall 3b
15:45 - 17:15 Telemedicine and Digital Cardiology Hall 10a
15:45 - 17:15 Genetics of Sudden Death – Beyond the Mendelian Paradigm Arrhythmia Alliance & Heart Rhythm Society Joint Session Hall 11a
15:45 - 17:15 S-ICD Symposium title: S-ICD First: Driving Device Therapy Excellence within the NHS - Boston Scientific Interactive Area - Exhibition Hall

EP Masterclass 2 - Hall 10a - 08:30 - 10:00

Chair: Ms Eleri Roberts Manchester, UK
08:30 Types of refractory periods: what are they and why do they matter? Dr Fu Siong Ng London, UK
08:45 Re-entry: how to identify it and what it means for mapping? Dr Joseph De Bono Birmingham, UK
09:00 Tachycardias resulting from triggered automaticity Dr Afzal Sohaib London, UK
09:15 What determines the haemodynamic consequences of a tachycardia? Mr Ian Wright London, UK
09:30 Discussion
10:00 Close

EGM Championships - Hall 11a - 08:30 - 10:00

Chair: Mr Stuart Allen Manchester, UK
Panel Mr Christopher Monkhouse, Dr Honey Thomas, Mr Paul Doherty London, UK, Northumbria, UK, Solihull, UK

AF Association Symposia 1 & 2 - Pre Recorded Session - Hall 7b - 08:30 - 12:15

Chair: Prof Ben Freedman, Prof Jeroen Hendriks Sydney, AU, Maastricht, NL; Adelaide, AU
AF Detection in different context - How do we get it right for the local population?
What works for whom in AF screening - A realist review Dr Coral Hanson Edinburgh, UK
AF Screening in indigenous populations Mr Suud Nahdi Sydney, AU
Rural screening for AF Dr Jessica Orchard Sydney, AU
Pharmacy based AF screening Prof Filipa Alves da Costa Lisbon, PT
AF detection in Vaccine Clinics Dr Nithya Nanda, Mrs Trudie Lobban, MBE Slough, UK, Winchester, UK
Discussion
Chair: Prof Dhiraj Gupta, Prof Sanjiv Narayan Liverpool, UK, Palo Alto, US
Correct Drugs vs Ablation
Do the outcomes of early rhythm control with catheter ablation extend to patients with persistent AF too? Prof Dhiraj Gupta Liverpool, UK
The impact of anti-arrhythmic drugs on Atrial fibrillation burden Prof Paulus Kirchhof Hamburg, DE
The role of omega-3 fatty acids in atrial fibrillation management Dr Christine Albert Los Angeles, US
Machine Learning to Guide Ablation and Drug Therapy for Atrial Fibrillation Prof Sanjiv Narayan Palo Alto, US
What does Surgical Therapy for Atrial Fibrillation add to Catheter Ablation? Dr David DeLurgio Atlanta, US
Future Trials to Advance Ablation Therapy for Atrial Fibrillation Dr Atul Verma Toronto, CA

Oral Abstracts 2 - Highest Scoring Abstracts / Arrhythmia Mechanisms / In Silico Tools - Hall 3a - 08:30 - 12:15

Chair: Dr Mark Specterman, Dr Moloy Das London, UK, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
Highest Scoring Abstracts
08:30 THE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC SUBSTRATE OF BRUGADA SYNDROME PATIENTS CAN BE REVEALED BY ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC IMAGING Ji-Jian Chow London, UK
08:45 REAL-WORLD RESULTS OF OESOPHAGEAL PROTECTION DURING LEFT ATRIAL ABLATION Lisa Leung London, UK
09:00 SILENT VEINS DURING CRYOBALLOON ABLATION OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AS A NOVEL AND INDEPENDENT PREDICTOR OF LONG-TERM OUTCOME: RESULTS FROM THE MIDDELHEIM-PVI REGISTRY 2 Yves De Greef Antwerp, BE
09:15 PREDICTORS AND CLINICAL VALUE OF LATE GADOLINIUM ENHANCEMENT ON CMR IN PATIENTS WITH PREMATURE VENTRICULAR CONTRACTIONS AND NORMAL ECHOCARDIOGRAM Richard Ang London, UK
09:30 REDEFINING ATRIAL SCAR: AN ANALYSIS USING PACING THRESHOLDS ELECTROGRAM AMPLITUDES AND LOCAL IMPEDANCE. CAN WE IMPROVE ON 0.05 AND 0.5MV? Alexander Bates Southampton, UK
09:45 THE EFFECT OF HIS BUNDLE PACING VS. CONVENTIONAL BIVENTRICULAR PACING ON REPOLARISATION IN PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE WITH REDUCED EJECTION FRACTION AND LEFT BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCK Jack Samways London, UK
10:00 Break
Chair: Dr Mark Specterman, Dr Moloy Das London, UK, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
Arrhythmia Mechanisms / In Silico Tools
10:45 CREATING PATIENT-SPECIFIC ATRIAL FIBRILLATION MODELS FROM IMAGING & ELECTROANATOMIC MAPPING DATA Giulia Raffaele London, UK
11:00 HEART RHYTHM VARIABILITY IN PATIENTS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AND ATRIAL FLUTTER DEPENDING ON IMMUNE STATUS SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATION AND RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN-ALDOSTERONE SYSTEM ACTIVITY Olena Ilchyshyna Kyiv, UA
11:15 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE-ENABLED ELECTROCARDIOGRAM TO DISTINGUISH CAVOTRICUSPID ISTHMUS DEPENDENCE FROM OTHER ATRIAL TACHYCARDIA MECHANISMS Arunashis Sau London, UK
11:30 UHF-ECG DETECTED QRS FRACTIONATION PREDICTS ARRHYTHMIC RISK IN PATIENTS WITH HEREDITARY ARRHYTHMIC CONDITIONS Keenan Saleh London, UK
11:45 THE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL SUBSTRATE OF HCM AND PROPENSITY TO VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION AS MEASURED BY ECG IMAGING Ji-Jian Chow London, UK
12:00 ASSESSMENT OF SCAR BETWEEN ATRIA RHYTHMS AND ATRIAL FIBRILLATION TYPES. DOES ULTRA HIGH DENSITY MAPPING OFFER NEW INSIGHTS? Alexander Bates Southampton, UK
12:15 Close

STARS Symposium - Hall 9 - 08:30 - 17:15

PACEMAKERS AND SYNCOPE
Chair: Prof Richard Sutton, Prof Robert Sheldon, Dr Zachary Whinnett Monte Carlo, MC, Calgary, CA, London, UK
08:30 Patient selection for pacing: age, symptoms, and effect of clustering Prof Axel Brandes Odense, DK
08:45 Patient selection for pacing: importance of cardioinhibition, timing, and vasodepression Prof Richard Sutton Monte Carlo, MC
09:00 Beyond cardioinhibition. What additional benefits does CLS pacing bring to the patient with mixed vasodepressor and cardioinhibitory responses? Prof Richard Sutton Monte Carlo, MC
09:15 Syncope recurrence after pacing Dr Artur Fedorowski Stockholm, SE
09:30 Narrow QRS heart block, adenosine, and pacemakers Dr Ahran Arnold London, UK
09:45 Syncope and bifascicular block: EP studies, ILRs, or pacemakers? Prof Robert Sheldon Calgary, CA
10:00 Break
PRACTICAL ISSUES IN SYNCOPE MANAGEMENT
Chair: Dr Mehran Asgari, Prof Robert Sheldon Inverness, UK, Calgary, CA
10:45 First contact: complementary roles of risk assessment and diagnosis Dr Mehran Asgari Inverness, UK
11:00 ED patient: arrhythmia outcomes and ECG recordings in first 2 weeks Prof Robert Sheldon Calgary, CA
11:15 Older syncope clinic patients with non-informative histories and ECGs: tilt, ILR, other, or none? Prof Robert Sheldon Calgary, CA
11:30 Tilt testing: when do I need to do a tilt test? Dr Boon Lim London, UK
11:45 Drugs for vasovagal syncope: midodrine, fludrocortisone, atomoxetine Prof Satish Raj Calgary, CA
12:00 Syncope in the elderly with resting hypertension Dr Giulia Rivasi Florence, IT
12:15 Lunch
PoTS AND LONG-COVID
Chair: Dr Nicholas Gall, Prof Satish Raj London, UK, Calgary, CA
13:30 PoTS, PoTS Plus, or simply fellow travellers? Prof Lesley Kavi Warwickshire, UK
13:45 PoTS: new medical and non-medical treatment Prof Satish Raj Calgary, CA
14:00 PoTS and autoimmunity: Taking science to treatment Dr Artur Fedorowski Stockholm, SE
14:15 Long COVID: autonomic dysfunction or microvascular dysfunction? Dr Nicholas Gall London, UK
14:30 Long COVID: A diagnosis and management primer Dr Melanie Dani London, UK
14:45 Long COVID: The value of a holistic approach? Dr Melanie Dani London, UK
15:00 Break
LIFE AT THE EDGE OF SYNCOPE RESEARCH
Chair: Prof Robert Sheldon, Prof Sebastian Stec Calgary, CA, Warsaw, PL
15:45 1a. Cardioneuroablation: little brain of the heart Dr Boon Lim London, UK
15:55 1b. Cardioneuroablation: evidence and approaches Prof Sebastian Stec Warsaw, PL
16:05 1c. Cardioneuroablation: patient selection, study outcomes Dr Boon Lim London, UK
16:15 2a Great opportunities in Syncope Dr Artur Fedorowski Stockholm, SE
16:25 2b. Great opportunities in Syncope Dr Boon Lim London, UK
16:35 2c. Great opportunities in Syncope Prof Robert Sheldon Calgary, CA
16:45 2d. Great opportunities in Syncope Prof Richard Sutton Monte Carlo, MC
16:55 3. Open discussion
17:15 Close

Paediatric Session - Hall 10b - 08:30 - 17:15

SESSION 1
Chair: Prof Eric Rosenthal, Dr Vinay Bhole London, UK, Birmingham, UK
08:30 Action potential made easy: key to understanding arrhythmia mechanisms to guide treatment Dr Vinay Bhole Birmingham, UK
08:50 What is sinus rhythm, and sinus node related arrhythmia, IST, SART, POTS, SAEB, SA, SSS? Prof Eric Rosenthal London, UK
09:10 Atrial tachycardia diagnostic pearls and effective acute management options: adenosine, DC shock or IV medication? Dr M Cecilia Gonzalez Corcia Bristol, UK
09:30 Fundamentals of AVN rentry tachycardia: how to recognise and manage it? Prof Graham Stuart Bristol, UK
09:50 Questions
10:00 Break
SESSION 2
Chair: Prof Graham Stuart, Prof Orhan Uzun Bristol, UK, Cardiff, UK
10:45 Paediatric algorithms to differentiate wide complex SVT from VT: can we apply adult criteria? Dr Carolina Escudero Edmonton, CA
11:05 Why documenting tachycardia at start and termination would be of help in the diagnosis and management of arrhythmias? Dr Susan Etheridge Utah, US
11:25 Pharmacological or DC cardioversion of atrial flutter and fibrillation in children: how to do and when to do it? Prof John Triedman Boston, US
11:45 Pharmacological conversion of VT versus DC cardioversion: how to do it safely and effectively? Prof Alpay Celiker Istanbul, TR
12:05 Questions
12:15 Lunch
SESSION 3
Chair: Dr M Cecilia Gonzalez Corcia , Dr Susan Etheridge Bristol, UK, Utah, US
13:30 How to deliver safe anaesthetics for LQT, CPVT and Brugada, time to develop guidelines? Dr Tim Murphy Bristol, UK
13:50 How to manage preoperative arrhythmias in congenital heart disease? Dr M Cecilia Gonzalez Corcia Bristol, UK
14:10 How to manage acute postoperative arrhythmias in paediatric intensive care? Dr Susan Etheridge Utah, US
14:30 How to manage chronic persistent postoperative arrhythmias in congenital heart disease? Prof Alpay Celiker Istanbul, TR
14:50 Questions
15:00 Break
SESSION 4
Chair: Prof John Triedman, Prof Orhan Uzun Boston, US, Cardiff, UK
15:45 What should not we miss when we look at the paediatric ECG? Dr Anjan Batra California, US
16:05 What to look for on intracardiac EMG during SVT and VT mapping? Prof John Triedman Boston, US
16:25 Left Bundle Branch Pacing in Children and CHD patients Dr Ferran Roses-Noguer London, UK
16:45 Effective and disease specific programming of ICD in children: tips and tricks Dr Jan Till London, UK
17:05 Questions
SESSION 5 - PAEDIATRIC ABSTRACT DISCUSSION
Chair: Dr Jan Till, Dr M Cecilia Gonzalez Corcia London, UK, Bristol, UK
17:15 LATE PRESENTATION OF WOLFF-PARKINSON-WHITE SYNDROME IN CHILDREN WITH PREVIOUSLY NORMAL ELECTROCARDIOGRAM (ECG) - A CASE SERIES Muthukumaran Ravichandran Cardiff, UK
17:30 Close

What is the future of One Shot balloon PVI? - Biosense Webster Session - Interactive Area - Exhibition Hall - 08:45 - 10:00

Chair: Prof Andre Ng Leicester, UK
08:45 Innovation in One Shot balloon based PVI? Dr Malcolm Finlay London, UK
09:20 Is Skin to skin PVI in 30mins possible? Dr Justo Julia Calvo Brighton, UK
10:00 Close

Cases and Traces - Hall 3b - 10:45 - 12:15

Chair: Dr Archie Rao, Dr Nick Kelland Liverpool, UK, Sheffield, UK
10:45 BIV TRIGGER PACING - KEPT HIM ALIVE Ruben Lamelas London, UK
10:55 THREE TIMES FOR A WELSHMAN - LESSONS LEARNT FROM AN SVT THAT WOULDN'T GO AWAY Dewi Thomas Swansea, UK
11:05 THREE TYPES OF SVT IN THE SAME PATIENT Amar Alhamdi Sulaimanya, IQ
11:15 ATRIAL PACING INDUCED OVERSENSING IN SUBCUTANEOUS IMPLANTABLE CARDIOVERTER DEFIBRILLATOR Amy Wharmby London, UK
11:25 HIGH FREQUENCY ECG MAPS DEMONSTRATING RESYNCHRONISATION WITH LEFT BUNDLE BRANCH PACING FOLLOWING FAILED CRT Jamie Walton Birmingham, UK
11:35 SHOULD PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION OF TOTALLY OCCLUDED VESSELS BE ROUTINELY UNDERTAKEN IN PATIENTS PRESENTING WITH ISCHAEMIC VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA STORMS? Sanjiv Petkar Wolverhampton, UK
11:45 SUCCESSFUL SHORT-TERM SALVAGE OF AN EXTERNALISED CARDIAC IMPLANTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICE GENERATOR WITH TAUROLIDINE - A CASE REPORT Benito Baldauf Kiel, DE
11:55 CARDIAC ARREST - QUERY CAUSE Akriti Naraen Liverpool, UK
12:05 THE PATH OF LEAST RESISTANCE Mark Anthony Sammut Sheffield, UK
12:15 Close

Pacing - Arrhythmia Alliance Symposia 2 - Hall 10a - 10:45 - 12:15

Chair: Dr Francis Murgatroyd, Dr Zachary Whinnett London, UK, London, UK
10:45 How to approach the patient with challenging venous access Prof Francisco Leyva Birmingham, UK
11:00 Conduction System Pacing for bradycardia: When, why and how? Dr Badrinathan Chandrasekaran Wiltshire, UK
11:15 Conduction system pacing for CRT: When and how to deliver Prof Pugazhendhi Vijayaraman Pennsylvania, US
11:30 Programming conduction system pacing Dr Jonathan Lyne Dublin, IE
11:45 Should Leadless Pacing be first line therapy? Dr Chris Pepper Leeds, UK
12:00 Challenging LV lead implantation: the role of interventional CRT Prof Nik Patel Eastbourne, UK
12:15 Close

Merging expertise to advance AF treatment - AtriCure - Interactive Area - Exhibition Hall - 10:45 - 12:15

Chair: Dr Randall Lee, Dr Riyaz Kaba San Fransico, US, London, UK
Capstones and limitations of interventional strategy in AF management Dr Syed Ahsan London, UK
Integrating the hybrid convergent approach into clinical practice Prof Jaswinder Gill London, UK
Surgical approach to AF: current state-of-the-art Prof George Krasopoulos Oxford, UK
LAA management for AF patients: a plus or a must? Dr Randall Lee San Fransico, US

40 Years of Ablation, what have we learned? - BHRS Session - Hall 11a - 10:45 - 12:15

Chair: Dr Alistair Slade, Prof Derek Connelly Truro, UK, Glasgow, UK
10:45 Ablation for SVT - is there anything more to learn? Dr Edward Rowland London, UK
11:00 Ablation for ventricular arrhythmias - state of the art Dr Claire Martin Cambridge, UK
11:15 Mapping systems - where are we and what do we need? Dr Ashley Nisbet Bristol, UK
11:30 Persistent AF - the final frontier? Prof Ross Hunter London, UK
11:45 Discussion
12:15 Close

Basic Science Primer - Hall 11b - 10:45 - 12:15

Chair: Dr Malcolm Finlay, Dr Mark Specterman London, UK, London, UK
FOCUS ON GENETICS AND FUTURE THERAPIES
10:45 ATG to TAG of arrhythmias and sudden cardiac death Dr Chiara Srocco London, UK
10:55 Will an EP ever need to know how… and why… to edit a gene? Prof Patricia Munroe London, UK
11:05 Discussion
FOCUS ON INFLAMMATION AND ARRHYTHMIA
11:15 Arrhythmia… what a flaming nuisance Dr Fu Siong Ng London, UK
11:25 ARVC and arrhythmia, it can be a bit hot and cold Dr Angeliki Asimaki London, UK
11:35 Discussion
FOCUS ON AF MAPPING
11:45 Mapping AF: isn’t that trying to produce a map of an ever changing map?! Prof Andre Ng Leicester, UK
11:55 Predicting the future: the state of whole organ modelling and simulation of the heart Dr Jenny Wang Oxford, UK
12:05 Discussion
12:15 Close

Ben Freedman Lecture - Hall 11b - 13:30 - 14:30

13:30 The role of Cardiac Nurses and  allied professionals in research and advocacy in early detection and appropriate management of AF Prof Lis Neubeck Edinburgh, UK
14:30 Close

Heart Rhythm Trainee Session - Hall 7b - 13:30 - 15:00

Chair: Dr Heather Edwards, Dr Nikhil Ahluwalia Cardiff, UK, London, UK
13:30 Use of intracardiac echo during EP procedures Dr Matthew Lovell Devon, UK
13:45 Q&A
14:00 How to spot an unusual pathways during a diagnostic EP study Dr Ashley Nisbet Bristol, UK
14:15 Q&A
14:30 Stereotatic Ablative Radiotherapy for Refractory Ventricular Dr Anish Bhuva London, UK
14:45 Q&A
15:00 Close

Masterclass Devices 2 - Pacing is good right? - Hall 11a - 13:30 - 15:00

Chair: Ms Holly Daw London, UK
13:30 Pacing, the new and wonderful Mr Christopher Monkhouse London, UK
13:45 Autocapture: benefits and the overlooked Mrs Kayleigh Mather Northumbria, UK
14:00 Optimal Pacing modes- GIRFT Mr James Elliott London, UK
14:15 Pacing Induced tachycardias: What is the Mechanism? Mr Ross Haynes London, UK
14:30 Optimising ATP, the art within ICD programming Ms Rebecca Imms Oxford, UK
14:45 Discussion
15:00 Close

Discover how digital technology is helping to reduce pressure on the NHS, empower patients and deliver personalised care - Huma - Hall 3b - 13:30 - 15:00

Digital technology is helping to transform care for patients with heart failure and other chronic conditions. Join our panel session to find out how remote patient monitoring is helping to both empower patients and improve health outcomes within the NHS. We’ll look at real-world case studies showing the use of this technology to effectively manage heart failure patients and prioritise cardiac surgery waiting lists.
Chair: Dr Arrash Yassaee London, UK
13:30 Speaker 1 Dr Neville Young York, UK
14:00 Speaker 2 Ms Mandie Welch Pontyclun, UK
14:30 Speaker 3 Dr Sunil Bhudia London, UK
15:00 Close

CRT: Furthering the reach and improving outcomes - Abbott - Hall 10a - 13:30 - 15:00

Chair: Prof Niresh Varma London, UK
13:30 Responder levels are good – but could they be great? Prof Niresh Varma London, UK
13:55 Academic to Pragmatic: How do we take the research and apply it to our practices? Dr Mike Chapman Middlesbrough, UK
14:20 "Getting it Right First Time” and CRT device Optimisation Ms Eleri Roberts Manchester, UK
14:45 Close

Pulsed Field Ablation is it a game changer for EP services in the UK? - Boston Scientific - Interactive Area - Exhibition Hall - 13:30 - 15:00

Chair: Dr Claire Martin Cambridge, UK
13:30 Welcome & an Introduction to PFA Dr Claire Martin Cambridge, UK
13:40 The Learning Curve into Pulsed Field Ablation: FARAPULSE Experience at Papworth Dr Patrick Heck Cambridge, UK
14:00 The Liverpool Farapulse Experience and how do we Integrate PFA into the NHS? Dr Derick Todd Liverpool, UK
14:20 Clinical Evidence Building for the Future of Pulse Field Ablation Dr Claire Martin Cambridge, UK
14:40 Q&A
15:00 Close

Young Investigators Competition - Hall 3a - 13:30 - 17:15

Chair: Dr Fu Siong Ng, Prof Neil Herring, Prof Pier Lambiase, Dr Rachel Myles, Prof Sabine Ernst London, UK, Oxford, UK, London, UK, Glasgow, UK, London, UK
Clinical Science
13:30 IMPACT OF LEFT VENTRICULAR SCAR BURDEN ON ACUTE RESPONSE TO CONDUCTION SYSTEM PACING Nadine Ali London, UK
14:00 YIELD OF 12-LEAD 24-HOUR AMBULATORY ECG MONITORING IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF A SPONTANEOUS TYPE 1 BRUGADA PATTERN AND ITS PROGNOSTIC VALUE. A SUB-STUDY OF THE BHF RASE BRUGADA PROJECT Chiara Scrocco London, UK
14:30 CARDIAC RESYNCHRONISATION THERAPY ACUTELY ALTERS CARDIAC METABOLIC SUBSTRATE UPTAKE CORRELATING WITH IMPROVEMENTS IN SYSTOLIC FUNCTION AND LONG-TERM REVERSE REMODELLING Peregrine Green Oxford, UK
15:00 Break
Basic Scientist
15:45 SELECTIVE T-TYPE CALCIUM CURRENT BLOCK AFFECTS ACTION POTENTIAL DYNAMICS IN MURINE ATRIAL MYOCYTES Aled Jones London, UK
16:15 DEFINING THE LOCAL IMMUNE DRIVERS IN ATRIAL FIBRILLATION: THE ROLE OF TISSUE-RESIDENT MEMORY T CELLS Vishal Vyas London, UK
16:45 THE EFFECT OF RADIOTHERAPY ON THE VOLTAGE OUTPUT OF CARDIAC IMPLANTABLE DEVICES Amy Fenwick Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
17:15 Close

Moderated Posters 1 - Poster Area - Exhibition Hall - 15:00 - 15:45

Chair: Dr Malcolm Finlay, Dr Mark Specterman London, UK, London, UK
15:00 IMMEDIATE INPATIENT IMPLANTABLE LOOP RECORDER IMPLANTATION FOR THE DETECTION OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN CRYPTOGENIC STROKE Jacqueline Hunt Eastbourne, UK
15:05 FIRST WORLDWIDE REPORT OF CT/TOE FUSION TOOL TO GUIDE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY PROCEDURES Gonca Suna Cambridge, UK
15:10 DRUG-RELATED ATRIOVENTRICULAR CONDUCTIVE DISORDERS - A PREDICTIVE-ORIENTED APPROACH Dragos Marcu Iasi, RO
15:15 TRANSVENOUS LEAD EXTRACTION: A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE OF THE TANDEM PROCEDURE Zaki Akhtar London, UK
15:20 OMNIPOLAR ELECROGRAMS ARE MORE CONSISTENT AND IMPROVE SUBSTRATE CHARACTERISATION IN HUMAN ATRIAL FLUTTER Dimitrios Panagopoulos Oxford, UK
15:25 APPLICATION OF THE MADIT ICD BENEFIT SCORE TO A TERTIARY UK CENTRE PRIMARY PREVENTION POPULATION Nikesh Jathanna Nottingham, UK
15:30 INITIAL EXPERIENCE OF A NOVEL RADIOFREQUENCY WIRE-BASED TRANSSEPTAL PUNCTURE SYSTEM Fazlullah Wardak Southampton, UK
15:35 PATIENTS WITH SEVERE SYSTOLIC HYPERTENSION REQUIRING PACEMAKER IMPLANTATION ARE MORE LIKELY TO HAVE PRESERVED LEFT VENTRICULAR SYSTOLIC FUNCTION; AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY David Morgan Lincoln, UK
15:40 ASSESSMENT OF OPTIMAL THRESHOLDS FOR VENTRICULAR SCAR SUBSTRATE CHARACTERIZATION Fatima Bangash Basildon, UK
15:45 Close

Hugh Calkins Lecture - Hall 11b - 15:45 - 16:45

15:45 Talk title tbc Dr Nassir Marrouche New Orleans, US
16:45 Close

Nurses 2 - Steps in Research Progression - Hall 3b - 15:45 - 17:15

Chair: Mrs Angela Hall, Mrs Catherine Laventure Jersey, UK, Peterborough, UK
15:45 One week follow up post-ablation telephone calls Mrs Jessica Burrell Birmingham, UK
16:00 Evaluating if lifestyle interventions are addressed in accordance with best practice guidelines for AF: a clinical audit Mrs Leigh Isaac Oxford, UK
16:15 ILR outcomes from the TLOC clinic Ms Kelly Anne Kinsella Jersey, UK
16:30 The UK experience of PoTS: SSPoTS study Phase 1 results of healthcare practitioners and people with PoTS interviews Mrs Helen Eftekhari Coventry, UK
16:45 Does BMI affect patient quality of life, symptoms and patient experiences following AF ablation? A mixed methods study Mrs Angela Griffiths Oxford, UK
17:00 Should we be screening people with diabetes, for AF? Mrs Angela Hall Jersey, UK
17:15 Close

Telemedicine and Digital Cardiology - Hall 10a - 15:45 - 17:15

Chair: Dr Shouvik Haldar, Dr Wajid Hussain London, UK, London, UK
15:45 DEBATE: Every arrhythmia patient consultation should be VIRTUAL
PRO Dr Mark Mason London, UK
CON Dr Andreas Kyriacou Sheffield, UK
16:15 Impact of wearables on real world clinical practice in arrhythmias Prof Lis Neubeck Edinburgh, UK
16:30 Predicting the Future with ECGs Prof Paul Friedman Rochester, US
16:45 Discussion
17:15 Close

Genetics of Sudden Death – Beyond the Mendelian Paradigm Arrhythmia Alliance & Heart Rhythm Society Joint Session - Hall 11a - 15:45 - 17:15

Chair: Prof Andrew Krahn, Dr Francis Murgatroyd Vancouver, CA, London, UK
15:45 Family Evaluation: Who gets what kind of genetic testing? Prof Andrew Krahn Vancouver, CA
16:00 Polygenic Risk Scores and Sudden death Prof Patricia Munroe London, UK
16:15 Caring for Families: The ICC Approach Ms Ellie Quinn London, UK
16:30 Whole exome and genome sequencing in sudden death: pearls and pitfalls Prof Elijah Behr London, UK
16:45 AI, Data science and genetics: Can complicated processes lead to simple solutions? Prof Sanjiv Narayan Palo Alto, US
17:00 Panel Discussion
17:15 Close

S-ICD Symposium title: S-ICD First: Driving Device Therapy Excellence within the NHS - Boston Scientific - Interactive Area - Exhibition Hall - 15:45 - 17:15

Chair: Prof Tim Betts Oxford, UK
15:45 Welcome and Introduction Prof Tim Betts Oxford, UK
15:50 Establishing an S-ICD First Approach within a Large UK Tertiary Centre Mr Christopher Monkhouse London, UK
16:05 Starting Regional Anaesthesia for S-ICD Implantation – The Cardiologist Perspective Dr Duncan Field Colchester, UK
16:20 Regional Anesthesia and Sedation – The Anaesthetist Perspective Dr Parthipan Jegendirabose Colchester, UK
16:35 A Patient Journey – The Nottingham Experience Dr Jenny Chuen Nottingham, UK
16:50 Q&A
17:15 Close

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