• HRC2019
  • 6 - 9 Oct 2019, The ICC, Birmingham UK
08:30 - 12:15 Oral Abstracts 3 Hall 8a
08:30 - 12:15 AHSN Symposia - Going Further and Faster to Prevent Strokes with AHSNs Hall 8b
08:30 - 10:00 Master Class Devices, Part 6 - Arrhythmia Management Hall 9
08:30 - 10:00 Complex Issues in Device Therapy Hall 10
08:30 - 10:00 Master Class EP, Part 2 Hall 11
08:30 - 12:15 Syncope: Mind & Body 2 - Supported by STARS Hall 3 - Interactive Area
10:45 - 12:15 Cases & Traces (2) EP Ablation Hall 9
10:45 - 12:15 Ablation of Long Standing Persistent AF Hall 10
10:45 - 12:15 Improving Outcomes of Scar-VT Ablation: Imaging, Access, Catheter and Endpoints Hall 11

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

Chair: Dr Mark Earley London UK
Chair: Dr Mark Hall Liverpool UK
AF & Ablation
08:30 LEFT ATRIAL POSTERIOR WALL ISOLATION (THE "BOX LESION PATTERN") IN THE TREATMENT OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION: A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE Dr Guy Furniss Plymouth UK
08:45 DAY CASE CRYOBLATION (CRYO) FOR PAROXYSMAL ATRIAL FIBRILLATION (pAF) IN THE DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL IS SAFE AND EFFECTIVE IF DONE IN HIGH VOLUME WITH EXPERIENCED OPERATORS Dr Aaisha Opel London UK
09:00 ABLATION INDEX-GUIDED PULMONARY VEIN ISOLATION FOR ATRIAL FIBRILLATION MAY IMPROVE CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN COMPARISON TO CONTACT FORCE-GUIDED ABLATION Mr Ahmed Hussein Liverpool UK
09:15 THE PROCEDURAL COMPLICATION RATES AND SHORT-TERM SUCCESS RATES OF THORACOSCOPIC AF ABLATION DURING THE INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING CURVE Mr Charles Pearman Liverpool UK
09:30 INITIAL PROCEDURAL RESULTS FROM DDRAMATIC-SVT STUDY: AD MECHANISM IDENTIFICATION AND LOCALISATION USING DIPOLE DENSITY MAPPING TO GUIDE ABLATION STRATEGY Dr Andrew Grace Cambridge UK
09:45 MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY IN MIDDLE-AGED INDIVIDUALS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION: UK BIOBANK DATA Dr Derek Connelly Glasgow UK
10:00 Break
Chair: Dr Jack McCready Brighton UK
Chair: Dr Derek Connelly Glasgow UK
Clinical EP
10:45 THE GM AHSN AF LANDSCAPE TOOL: A SHARED PUBLIC DATA PLATFORM TO PROMOTE QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS AND IDENTIFY OPPORTUNITIES TO PREVENT AF-RELATED STROKE IN THE DEVOLVED GREATER MANCHESTER HEALTH SYSTEM Mr Andi Orlowski Manchester UK
11:00 REAL WORLD PERSISTENCE, ADHERENCE AND SWITCH-OVER ACROSS ANTICOAGULANTS IN ATRIAL FIBRILLATION-A NATIONAL POPULATION-BASED STUDY Mr Armitava Banerjee London UK
00:00 ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION AND ATRIAL FIBRILLATION Ms Triona McNicholas Dublin IR
11:30 PREVALENCE OF SHORT QT AND CRITERIA OF SEVERITY IN A YOUNG ASYMPTOMATIC COHORT Dr Rui Providencia London UK
11:45 SURFACE ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC FEATURES AND PREVALENCE OF ARRHYTHMIAS IN PAEDIATRIC FRIEDREICH'S ATAXIA Ms Maria Elena Montanes London UK
12:00 RISK STRATIFICATION OF TYPE 1 MYOTONIC DYSTROPHY: IS THE ECG ACCURATE ENOUGH TO SELECT PATIENTS AT RISK OF BRADYARRHYTHMIC EVENS? Dr Rui Providencia London UK
12:15 Close

AHSN Symposia - Going Further and Faster to Prevent Strokes with AHSNs - Hall 8b - 08:30 - 12:15

08:30 Welcome
08:45 Successes on the road to reducing strokes. How Academic Health Science Networks collaborate with partner organisations to reduce AF related Strokes
Developing a genotype guided dosing service Dr Julia Reynolds Warrington UK Download Presentation
The Greater Manchester Data Landscape Tool Mr Andi Orlowski Manchester UK
Don't Wait to Anticoagulate Ms Sarah White Bristol UK Download Presentation
London Communities of Practice Dr Sotiris Antoniou London UK Download Presentation
Detecting AF Dr Sadia Khan London UK Download Presentation
Outreach and virtual clinics Dr Sharron Gordon Basingstoke UK
09:30 Struggle & Stumble: the difficult path to adopting innovation Ms Kate MacKay Kent UK
10:00 Break
10:45 Keynote presentation 1 - Personalisation of anticoagulation using Genomics Prof John Burn Newcastle UK
11:10 Does Warfarin's Legacy live on? Dr Sharron Gordon Basingstoke UK
11:30 Ask an AHSN. How do we go Further and Faster to prevent AF related Stroke? Mr Tony Jamieson York UK
11:50 Summary
12:00 Networking - Meet the AHSN's
12:15 Close

Master Class Devices, Part 6 - Arrhythmia Management - Hall 9 - 08:30 - 10:00

Morderator Dr Adrian Morley Davies Stoke on Trent UK
08:30 Debate - All device patients should be on remote follow up only - For Mr Stuart Allen Manchester UK Download Presentation
08:30 Debate - All device patients should be on remote follow up only - Against Ms Karen Lascelles London UK Download Presentation
09:30 Debate - All patients who undergo AVN Abl should receive CRT-P - For Dr Amir Zaidi Manchester UK
09:30 Debate - All patients who undergo AVN Abl should receive CRT-P - Against Dr Derick Todd Liverpool UK Download Presentation
10:00 Close

Complex Issues in Device Therapy - Hall 10 - 08:30 - 10:00

Chair: Prof Nicholas Linker Middlesbrough UK
08:30 Cardiac device infection: prevention and management Dr Ali Khavandi Bristol UK
09:00 Difficulties at implant: How to deal with difficult access and LV lead placement issues (venoplasty /snares/sub selectors) Dr Archana Rao Liverpool UK
09:30 Extraction of leads...when, why and how? Dr Chris Plummer Newcastle UK
10:00 Close

Master Class EP, Part 2 - Hall 11 - 08:30 - 10:00

08:30 Chair Dr Stuart Harris Basildon UK
08:30 Arrhythmia provocation Dr David Farwell Basildon UK Download Presentation
09:00 Ablation Lesion assessment Mr Ian Wright London UK Download Presentation
09:30 Advances in 3D Electro anatomical mapping Dr Nick Kelland Sheffield UK Download Presentation
10:00 Close

Syncope: Mind & Body 2 - Supported by STARS Syncope: Mind & Body 2 - Supported by STARS - Hall 3 - Interactive Area - 08:30 - 12:15

Chair: Dr Nicholas Gall London UK
Chair: Dr Morwenna Opie-Moran London UK
08:30 Welcome
08:35 Bedside approach to starting a good relationship with the patient with anxiety, depression, or even a conversion syndrome Dr Jane Hutton London UK Download Presentation
09:15 Concepts and genetics of the placebo effect Dr Robert Sheldon Calgary CA
09:40 Syncope Management Unit - EHRA Guidelines Prof Rose Anne Kenny Dublin IR
10:00 Break
10:45 Insights on syncope in adults over 50 years - from the TILDA study Prof Rose Anne Kenny Dublin IR
11:15 How to assess and diagnose pseudosyncope Prof Gert van Dijk Leiden NL Download Presentation
11:45 Cognitive behavioural therapy for pseudosyncope: a discussion Dr Morwenna Opie-Moran London UK Download Presentation
12:15 Close

Cases & Traces (2) EP Ablation - Hall 9 - 10:45 - 12:15

Chair: Dr Nick Kelland Sheffield UK
Chair: Dr John Paisey Southampton UK
10:45 Case 11 - A back-to-front arrhythmia: what is the mechanism? Ms Claire Martin UK
11:00 Case 12 - His Bundle Pacing to Confirm a Pra Hisian Pathway Mr Terry Dhillon UK Download Presentation
11:15 Case 13 - EP case Mr Rob Bowers Oxford UK
11:30 Case 14 - The Ripple Effect Ms Nikki Jones Bournemouth UK
11:45 Case 15 - Always read the leaflet before proceeding Dr Stephen Murray Newcastle upon Tyne UK
12:00 Case 16 - VT ablation and devices Ms Donah Zachariah Birmingham UK Download Presentation
12:15 Close

Ablation of Long Standing Persistent AF - Hall 10 - 10:45 - 12:15

Chair: Dr Wajid Hussain London UK
10:45 What the trials tell us and what they don't Dr Steve Furniss Eastbourne UK Download Presentation
11:15 Catheter Ablation: The optimal lesion set/role of the LAA isolation Dr Tom Wong London UK
11:45 Surgical/thoracoscopic ablation: past, present and future Dr Rashmi Yadav London UK Download Presentation
12:15 Close

Improving Outcomes of Scar-VT Ablation: Imaging, Access, Catheter and Endpoints - Hall 11 - 10:45 - 12:15

Chair: Dr Damian Redfearn Kingston CA
Chair: Prof Richard Schilling London UK
10:45 Role of pre-procedural CT/MRI imaging Dr Charlotte Manistry London UK
11:05 Should epicardial access be first-line in all patients? Dr Magdi Saba London UK
11:25 Contact force sensing: do the numbers matter? Dr Mark Hall Liverpool UK Download Presentation
11:45 Summary and Panel discussion
12:00 Close

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